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HR Officer
Be Recruitment Company
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Location Icon Sydney

Our Client is an independent, not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to enhancing relationships within families and their communities in order to foster personal and social wellbeing.They are loo...

Our Client is an independent, not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to enhancing relationships within families and their communities in order to foster personal and social wellbeing.

They are looking for an HR Officer / Assistant to support the existing HR BP in transaction HR tasks including onboarding, contract generation and working with the newly implemented HRIS. This is a great opportunity to work "under the wing" of a successful HRBP and learn from the best. 

There are a number of larger project underway including some significant Change Management projects and the successful applicant will have the opportunity to work directly on these new and exciting projects.

Key position Responsibilities:
  • Assisting in the recruitment process, including arranging interviews, reference checking, immigration checks and maintenance of employment documentation.
  • Maintain the integrity of their recruitment system and HRIS system.
  • Process new employee onboarding and current employee change of conditions.
  • Contributing to the development and execution of HR strategies, initiatives, reports, projects and procedures 
  • Contributing to the development of HR forms, templates and other documents.
  • Ensure compliance with all legal, company and regulatory standards relating to HR & Safety.
About You:
  • Proven experience in an HR administration role
  • Experience and understanding of Australian HR systems and standards
  • Flexible and adaptable to a changing and growing environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work under pressure.
  • High attention to detail and accuracy in data entry.
  • Ability to learn new systems and procedures quickly and effectively.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, especially Word and Excel.
For more information on this role please contact Zena Clark on 0427 285892 or by email
Human Resources Administrator
Complete Recruitment Matters
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Our client is a leading family run farming business located in the outer North East of Melbourne. The business is experiencing considerable growth and has an extensive number of projects they are...

Our client is a leading family run farming business located in the outer North East of Melbourne. The business is experiencing considerable growth and has an extensive number of projects they are working on, while proactively planning for future ventures.

Due to this growth, we are looking for a Human Resources Administrator to step in and assist the HR Manager & team with day to day activities along with developing various HR related processes and policies to help support the growth of the business. 

Some of your key responsibilities in this role will include:

  • Re-vamping position descriptions for all roles
  • Assisting with the development of an online induction program
  • Assisting with training & development programs
  • Assisting with the development of a graduate program
  • Supporting the wellbeing program
  • Assisting with recruitment where needed
  • Various other ad hoc Human Resources duties as directed by the HR Manager

To be successful in this role we are looking for someone who has:

  • Excellent experience in Human Resources Administration
  • The ability to work autonomously and within a team environment
  • Outstanding attention to detail
  • A mature-minded and pro-active manner
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Initiative and a can-do approach
  • Strong relationship building skills

Ideally you will be tertiary qualified in Human Resources, however solid working experience in this field will also be considered.  This is initially a 6-month (ideally full-time) contract position with a view to extend beyond this and is available for an immediate start. 

If you want to become a member of this wonderful family business, that truly values its employees then look no further – this is the job for you!

Simply click onto the apply now button and submit your cover letter and resume for immediate consideration or contact Vivian Meloni on 0438 001 840 for a confidential discussion.

Human Resources Business Partner
AIA Australia and New Zealand
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Location Icon Greater Melbourne Area

At AIA, our vision is to help people live healthier, longer, better lives by encouraging them to make positive lifestyle changes one step at a time. Our firm belief is that by following our Opera...

At AIA, our vision is to help people live healthier, longer, better lives by encouraging them to make positive lifestyle changes one step at a time. Our firm belief is that by following our Operating Philosophy of doing the right thing, in the right way with the right people, the results will come. AIA Insurance for Life, Health and Wellbeing.

The Opportunity at AIA

Be part of an engaged, supportive People & Culture team and showcase your partnering skills to support a variety of stakeholders during this exciting time of integration at AIA Australia!

About the AIA opportunity

As a Human Resources Business Partner, you will work alongside the General Manager of People & Culture Business Partnering in this true end to end business partner role.  Following impressive growth over the last few years and a significant integration we are looking to strengthen and provide additional support to our business partnering team.  

You will work closely with the broader people & culture function in this max term, part time opportunity and will have several key responsibilities which will include:

  • Support the talent assessment process and change management related to the integration project
  • Coach leaders through the formal performance management processes
  • Advice leaders on employee relations matters and conduct investigations as required
  • Partner with the reward team to provide remuneration and reward advice to leaders to support the year end annual remuneration process

To be successful in this position, you will have:

  • Significant experience in a similar role, ideally within financial services
  • Previous experience working on acquisitions
  • A strong understanding of current employment legislation
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Exceptional planning and organizational skills, sound judgement and the ability to work with competing priorities and manage expectations

In return, AIA Australia offers you the opportunity to:

  • Access our training and development to upgrade or build on your current skills
  • Make a difference in someone’s life every day
  • Work for a business helping millions of Australians every year
  • Work in a business with no dress code
  • Enjoy wonderful internal Health and Well-being initiatives that support you
  • Work with supportive and inclusive people and managers.

What’s next?

If you're passionate about making a difference, then click the ‘Apply now’ button!  Our in-house Talent team will review your interest and update you on your application, including adding you to our talent pipeline to jump you to the front of the queue for upcoming opportunities within our business.

Please note that applications close for this role on Saturday 10th October 2020

Healthier, Longer, Better Lives
At AIA, wellbeing is at our core. We understand that healthy employees are happy employees. That’s why we have a culture of care that promotes wellbeing and flexibility, recharge days, flexible work arrangements and an AIA Vitality membership.  

We focus on career development, people development and leadership capability, so that you’ll be nurtured and have every opportunity to reach your full potential.

We recognise your efforts and hard work because we understand that everyone in our AIA family is important. When people feel valued, they become more productive and satisfied, and we want you to feel inspired every day.

We are an equal opportunity employer that embraces and values diversity and inclusion in our workforce.  We believe that for people to be their best selves at work, they must feel they can be themselves.  We celebrate both our differences and similarities including how we dress, and we trust our employees to dress appropriately and comfortably for their day.

You must provide all requested information, including Personal Data, to be considered for this career opportunity. Failure to provide such information may influence the processing and outcome of your application. You are responsible for ensuring that the information you submit is accurate and up-to-date.

HR Advisor
Protech NT
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Protech Darwin has an exciting 3-6 month FIFO mining assignment available for a Darwin based experienced HR Advisor on a family friendly roster - 4/3 Days. This is a pivotal site based role which...

Protech Darwin has an exciting 3-6 month FIFO mining assignment available for a Darwin based experienced HR Advisor on a family friendly roster - 4/3 Days. This is a pivotal site based role which has the potential to be extended and would best suit a self-motivated professional.

Reporting directly to the HR Superintendent, ideally you will possess a minimum of 5 years HR experience in either mining and or heavy earth industries.

Key requirements include:
  • Tertiary qualification in HR / IR or Social Sciences
  • Minimum of 5 years' experience - senior generalist
  • Willingness and capability to drive HR related matters
  • Knowledge in Employee Relations & Workers Compensation legislation
  • Experience with SAP and INX (Adv)
  • Ability to manage investigations and engage in conflict resolution

The successful candidate will responsible in the space of ER, workplace investigation, stakeholder engagement, providing support to site leaders with people matters and maintaining a positive influence in the workplace.

Key Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Promoting organisational culture in line with company values, policy and legislative intent.
  • Promoting the company's Employee Assistance Program
  • Provide HR advice to management and employees about investigations, conflict resolution and termination
  • Assist leaders with performance management
  • Uphold personal commitment to safety, environmental and Social Responsibilities
  • Support injury management / return-to-work
  • Provide advice on HR Policies and process including Leave Procedure, Parental Leave and Benefits programs
  • Advise leaders on general employee role changes, movements and conduct exit interviews terminations

If you believe you have the required skills and experience we encourage you to apply today as this position is required for an immediate start.

For an initial confidential chat please contact Peter during business hours on T: (08) 8980 9000.

Human Resources Officer
Community Lifestyle Support Ltd
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A rare opportunity has now risen for a Full-time Human Resources Officer to join our HR team. About Community Lifestyle Support:At CLS we see our role as helping to make life easier and a little ...

A rare opportunity has now risen for a Full-time Human Resources Officer to join our HR team. 

About Community Lifestyle Support:

At CLS we see our role as helping to make life easier and a little more fun. We are a not-for-profit charitable enterprise that is committed to making a difference. 

Originally a small Bundaberg based organisation with over 25 years’ experience delivering holistic, person-centred support we have now grown to provide a wide range of dynamic and innovative services including allied health, assistive technology, supported accommodation and community living.

We currently have over 230 frontline employees providing support to people across numerous sites in Bundaberg and Fraser Coast Region (Hervey Bay and Maryborough). Our growth over the last 24 months is set to continue throughout 2020 and beyond, which has now led to this unique and exciting opportunity.

About the Role:

The position will work across both our Bundaberg and Hervey Bay offices (the primary location being Bundaberg). The HR Officer plays a pivotal role across the HR team for CLS as a catalyst for change, collaboration and innovation. 

This position will report directly to the Human Resources Manager and will be required to:


  • Be the first point of contact for resolution of all generalist human resources enquiries.
  • Facilitate the end to end recruitment and selection process of general and specialised positions, coordinating the entire recruitment and onboarding process.
  • Provide services to managers and staff on recruitment processes, employment conditions, policies, procedures, processes, Awards, and relevant legislation.
  • Maintain recruitment, human resources and other related databases including data entry and standard management reporting to input this data into relevant reports.
  • Provide high-level administrative, clerical services and generation of documentation (policies, procedures, processes, and position descriptions).
  • Assist the HR Manager on a range of employee and industrial relations matters, such as the resolution of disputes, conflicts and other situations between staff, unions, and management.
  • Assist the HR Manager on several aspects of HR planning activities while implementing HR strategies and practices that contribute to the various departments achieving their strategic priorities and business objectives
  • Collaborate with the HR Manager on a broad range of activities to support planning, implementation and delivery of human resources projects and services.
  • In conjunction with the Safety Officer and the HR Manager, collaborate in the Workplace Health & Safety Management Systems, Workcover claims, Rehabilitation and Return to Work plans, incident investigations, and ensuring that the health, safety & welfare of all staff is managed at all times.

To be successful in your new role you will need to demonstrate:

  • Tertiary qualification with 1-2 years’ experience in Human Resources or related field.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of contemporary HR practices across all functions and associated IR legislation.
  • A leadership style that provides a role model for getting the best out of others and making judgements that honour the principles of procedural fairness and natural justice.
  • High-level capability in dealing with people and people-related issues at all levels.
  • Well-developed skills associated with a multi-disciplined workforce including human relations, conflict resolution, change management, problem solving and negotiation.
  • Knowledge of legislation covering employment issues and the ability to apply that knowledge.
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) and sound influencing skills.
  • Ability to build positive relationships and communicate effectively is imperative.
  • High-level ability to use computer applications and undertake related analysis.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills including demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a flexible team-based environment.
  • An ability to consult and collaborate with others.
  • Previous experience and knowledge working within a not for profit environment – Desirable
  • Previous experience and knowledge working in disability industry – Desirable

What’s in for you:

  • A fun, curious, supportive, and hardworking environment where we really do value our people.
  • Work and life balance with negotiable flexible working hours (family friendly)
  • Supportive and inclusive work environment
  • Opportunities for internal career path advancement
  • Opportunities for professional development
  • Competitive Hourly Rates
  • Salary packaging options $15,899.90 ($30,000 grossed-up) per FBT year. Find out more at
  • Leave loading 17.5%
  • Organisation funded access to Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

Interviews will be offered promptly on receipt of suitable applications.

NOTE: During the Interview you will be asked to provide a copy of the NDIS “Worker Orientation Module ‘Quality, Safety and You" certificate accessible for FREE via

For further information about Community Lifestyle Support please visit our website

For information specific to this role please contact Sammie Nyiha, HR Manager:

Option 1 Email - or

Option 2 Telephone - 1300 257 753. 

CLS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply for this position, click on "Apply for this job" and submit your cover letter and resume addressing the key selection criteria.

This position does not have a closing date. We review applications daily and will close the vacancy when available positions have been filled.

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How much do Generalist Hr & Consulting earn in Australia? The average salary of Generalist Hr & Consulting is $88,466 in Australia
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Range $90K - $100K
Last updated October 09 2020
The average pay range for Generalist Hr & Consulting is between $90K and $100K. Salaries vary from a low of $50K up to $140K per year. The average number of Generalist Hr & Consulting roles advertised per month is 715 in Australia between November 2019 and October 2020.
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Last updated August 31 2020
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See which recruitment agencies advertise the most Generalist HR & Consulting roles. See what salaries they paid for Generalist HR & Consulting in Australia. See how they compare to the average Generalist HR & Consulting salary of $88,466.
Hays Human Resources
Sydney (100%)



The Next Step
Sydney (74%), Melbourne (26%)



Michael Page Human Resources
Sydney (66%), Perth (24%), Melbourne (10%)



u&u. Recruitment Partners
Brisbane (62%), Sydney (38%)



Burgess Paluch Legal Recruitment
Melbourne (33%), Perth (30%), Sydney (27%), Brisbane (10%)



Last Updated July 29 2020
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Where are Generalist HR & Consulting in Australia sourced from?
Generalist HR & Consulting are sourced from
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Australian Red Cross
Department of Planning and Environment
Mission Australia
Cornerstone HR
Generalist HR & Consulting are sourced in Australia are most likely to be sourced from these schools
Griffith University
Monash University
University of New South Wales
University of South Australia
Last updated October 19 2020
Where are most Generalist Hr & Consulting roles located in Australia?
Sydney 1503 / 30%
Melbourne 1091 / 22%
Brisbane 695 / 14%
Perth 549 / 11%
Adelaide 327 / 6%
Last updated October 10 2020
Which locations in Australia pay the most for Generalist Hr & Consulting?
Sydney ($98K)
Melbourne ($97K)
Canberra ($92K)
Perth ($91K)
Brisbane ($90K)
Last updated October 10 2020