A new opportunity exists for a Remunerations Benefits Manager to be the subject matter expert in providing effective remuneration solutions, aligning employee benefits across the nib Group whilst improving the HR reporting capability for consumption of the Board. Reporting directly to the Head of People Services, this role will work closely with the People Culture team contributing to the overall People Strategy and to further assist in the development and implementation of key people initiatives. What you™ll do This role will see you work closely with key stakeholders across the nib Group to assess the effectiveness of Executive, General Employee and Contact Center rewards, including the alignment of such programs with a company™s people objectives and corporate strategy. You will run with the group wide remuneration programs and cyclical activities such as the annual remuneration review, the annual short term incentive plan, and market matchingpricing as well as delivering effective board papers to the Remuneration People committee Board. As a senior leader within the People Culture team, you will support the team on the implementation of new initiatives and strategic products and drive and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business growth and change strategies. You will have the ability to make an impact within the business and have some great involvement in nib™s growth ambitions, new initiatives and our business agenda. About You Your proven remuneration and benefits expertise in supporting remuneration programs within a corporate environment, coupled with your experience in aligning remunerations and benefits following acquisitions across multiple countries and regions will ensure your success in this role. You are experienced in leading and executing enterprise wide projects and possess detailed knowledge of employment legislation, remuneration and benefit design, theory, methodology, best practices and industry trends within a regulatory environment. Your ability to create and manipulate management information from raw data sources to provide insights and recommendations will be leveraged from your understanding of the importance of providing high quality HR metrics and how they can be used to inform decision making. Needless to say, you possess strong numerical, problem solving and analytical skills. Naturally, you will enjoy working in an agile environment and be comfortable working in an organisation where growth and change are part of the norm. Interested to join our team? Submit your interest by submitting your resume and a cover letter telling us a little more about you. nib is an EEO employer and promotes diversity in the work place.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
A new opportunity exists for a Remunerations Benefits Manager to be the subject matter expert in providing effective remuneration solutions, aligning employee benefits across the nib Group whilst improving the HR reporting capability for consumption of the Board. Reporting directly to the Head of People Services, this role will work closely with the People Culture team contributing to the overall People Strategy and to further assist in the development and implementation of key people initiatives. nib offers a unique opportunity to work for an ASX 200 listed business, with a national footprint balanced by the relaxed lifestyle that Newcastle affords. What you™ll do This role will see you work closely with key stakeholders across the nib Group to assess the effectiveness of Executive, General Employee and Contact Center rewards, including the alignment of such programs with a company™s people objectives and corporate strategy. You will run with the group wide remuneration programs and cyclical activities such as the annual remuneration review, the annual short term incentive plan, and market matchingpricing as well as delivering effective board papers to the Remuneration People committee Board. As a senior leader within the People Culture team, you will support the team on the implementation of new initiatives and strategic products and drive and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business growth and change strategies. You will have the ability to make an impact within the business and have some great involvement in nib™s growth ambitions, new initiatives and our business agenda. About You Your proven remuneration and benefits expertise in supporting remuneration programs within a corporate environment, coupled with your experience in aligning remunerations and benefits following acquisitions across multiple countries and regions will ensure your success in this role. You are experienced in leading and executing enterprise wide projects and possess detailed knowledge of employment legislation, remuneration and benefit design, theory, methodology, best practices and industry trends within a regulatory environment. Your ability to create and manipulate management information from raw data sources to provide insights and recommendations will be leveraged from your understanding of the importance of providing high quality HR metrics and how they can be used to inform decision making. Needless to say, you possess strong numerical, problem solving and analytical skills. Naturally, you will enjoy working in an agile environment and be comfortable working in an organisation where growth and change are part of the norm. Interested to join our team? Submit your interest by submitting your resume and a cover letter telling us a little more about you. nib is an EEO employer and promotes diversity in the work place.
Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia
Support business leaders in a strategic capacity Permanent opportunity to drive transformation and growth Townsville based About Us Pacific National is one of Australias largest rail providers. We handle and haul millions of tonnes of agricultural and resource commodities, retail goods, manufacturing products, construction and other materials that keep the regions economy, businesses and households running. We employ around 4000 people in over 100 sites across Australia. Join us on the journey to being the recognised leader for rail freight solutions, growing the market and shaping the industry. The Opportunity Under a new ownership model, our organisation is positioning for growth. Accordingly, we are in the process of aligning our People and Culture service delivery to the business strategy. We have an opportunity for a high-performing HR Business Partner in Townsville to partner with and support our business streams in QLD as well as our HR Leadership Team. We are seeking broad-based, commercially-minded, pragmatic people across the following skill sets Broad-based HR generalist advisory capability. Change implementation, transformation and projects. Culture, leadership development and organisational capability. Employee relations. Workforce planning and organisation design. Capability and Talent. Due to the geographic coverage of this role, travel to multiple sites across Queensland is required. About You Candidates will possess the following skills and attributes Relevant HR-based tertiary qualifications and demonstrated practical experience, from a heavy industry. Collaborative approach to partnering with senior leaders and supporting strategic objectives. Exceptional communication, advisory and interpersonal skills. Highly organised with the ability to prioritise and achieve results within a dynamic, fast-paced and changing environment. Capability to work effectively with people at all organisational levels, coaching and influencing. Strong analytical, problem-solving, and project management capability. The Benefits Our culture embraces diversity and flexible work options. Working for us will put you in a strategic position with your career, with opportunities for growth and development along with financial and non financial benefits, such as paid parental leave, opportunity to purchase additional annual leave, discounts on health insurance, travel and more. Were looking for people who share our values of Safety, People Teamwork, Customer and Performance, and live these values through open and honest communications, personal accountability and respect. We embrace diversity in our workforce and encourage everyone to apply. Closing Date Applications close on 29th July 2018. Next Steps Are you ready to be part of our future? To apply, please click on the Apply button below and follow the prompts. To find out more about careers with us, our benefits and the opportunities we offer, visit our careers page www.pacificnational.com.aucareers Home Safely Everyday - Our top priority is getting you home to your family safely every day.
Rowes Bay QLD 4810, Australia
Carlton United Breweries (CUB) is one of Australia™s most iconic companies. We locally brew some of Australias most famous beers link removedincluding Victoria Bitter, Carlton Draught, Pure Blonde, Great Northern, Matilda Bay and ciders link removed including Strongbow, Mercury and Bulmers, as well as distribute some of the world™s leading international brands including Corona, Stella Artois and Budweiser. Joining CUB, you are opening up a world of career possibilities. We are a part of AB InBev link removed, the largest and only truly global brewer selling over 400 brands link removed across 100 markets and employing 200,000 people. Our Dream is to bring people together for a better world link removed. We are committed to driving growth that leads to better living for more people in more places and focussed on bringing people and cultures together through our brands and experiences. The Role Reporting to the HSE Manager, as HSE Coordinator you will be responsible for identifying and prioritising Abbotsford operational safety and environment issues and implementing strategies to deliver the CUB™s aspirational goal of zero harm. What you contribute Support the execution and embedding of the Safety Strategy at Abbotsford Brewery. Partner with all internal stakeholder groups to champion a Health and Safety culture at the brewery Provide support in the management of external relationships involving government HSE regulatory authorities, industry bodies and external HSE consultants. Monitor brewery environmental performance and keep abreast of external issues to identify and advise around emerging sustainability or environmental risks Prepare and process workers compensation paperwork in consultation with Work Area Managers. Assist in the preparation of return to work plans in consultation with the respective work areas. Assess employees returning to work after illness or injury, including evaluation of the work area an ensuring task analysis are maintained and current. Who you are We are seeking a high calibre practitioner, with experience in complex manufacturing environments. To be successful in the role, you will have Demonstrated ability to understand and implement EHS programs Strong stakeholder management at all levels of the business Ability to run effective training and facilitation sessions Experience in the implementation and auditing of continuous improvement management system. Tertiary qualified in Engineering or OHS Return To Work Coordinator Certificate First Aid Level II III Certificate Workers compensation claims and return to work experience Demonstrated communication skills both written and verbal Experience in manufacturing will be highly regarded What we offer Learn on the job. Jump in at the deep-end. Dream big At CUB, our greatest strength is our people. We recruit people who can be better than ourselves and retain people by allowing them to grow at their own pace, providing training opportunities and offering a safe environment where they will be rewarded for their contributions. To learn more, visit CUB - Our 10 principles link removed. Join one of the world™s largest consumer packaged goods companies where opportunity awaits. Apply now
Abbotsford VIC 3067, Australia
SumTotal Australia New Zealand is proud member of the Angus Knight group. SumTotal is a leading Learning Management solutions provider in the region. Our products are used by large corporations and government departments to capture, manage and disseminate knowledge for employees, partners and customers. SumTotals team is expanding and you have the opportunity to join our team as a casual LMS Administrator. This role will be based within the Learning and Development department of one of our retail clients in the Sydney CBD area. The role is for an LMS Administrator to support and nurture end users in their use of the Learning Management System. We WANT you if you have Acted in a first level application support role previously? Be responsible for the growth of the client™s learning program through additional sales. Completed relevant tertiary study in the past 3 years? A commitment to providing the highest quality of customer service? Exposure to trouble shooting application and network connectivity issues, isolate causes and provide timely solutions? An understanding of the technology requirements for implementing web based enterprise wide applications? Previous experience with Learning Management Systems (LMS)
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Due to business growth an exciting opportunity exists within our Talent Acquisition Team to utilise your recruitment experience providing support to our Protective Services Division. Based at our Head Office in West Ryde, you will be responsible for the entire recruitment process including advertising, sourcing, screening and interviewing candidates through to conducting reference checks, negotiating remuneration and offering onboarding. To be successful in this role, you must possess Demonstrated experience in 360 recruitment life cycle Demonstrated success hiring blue collar roles Understanding of behavioural interviewing techniques Well-developed communication skills, both written verbal Strong candidate management relationship building skills You are a positive individual who possesses a strong business ethic and desire to succeed. Your time management skills and attention to detail will ensure that you are successful in this position. About Us In April 2018, SNP joined the Certis Group, Asia™s leading advanced integrated security services provider. This relationship will enhance the Australian market with cutting-edge expertise in service excellence frameworks, innovation and technology. Check us out. SNPs values are fundamental to our success. They are the foundation of our company, define who we are and set us apart from the competition. If you are keen to join the revolution hit APPLY NOW. SNP Security promotes diversity in the workplace through our ConnectedWomen initiative and via our Indigenous partnership with Corroboree Security. Master Licence No 400674602
Sydney NSW 2114, Australia
Full Time Permanent Position Available 80 Hours Per Fortnight Reference 1908 Are you passionate, fun, values driven and a highly talented HR practitioner? Northeast Health Wangaratta is the largest Regional Healthcare facility in the Hume Region and a fabulous opportunity within our People Culture team has opened up. Whilst you must have qualifications and experience to successfully perform the tasks in this role, most importantly, we want someone who is fun, interesting and passionate about what they do, who wants to make a difference to the lives of our employees, so they can provide our patients with exceptional health care. NHW has 1350 staff that our team supports and in addition, we provide our services to six other health organisations across the Hume region. Our environment is busy, our team are sensational and we are truly excited about working with you. You must be a great communicator and be able to lead and manage a team of committed professionals. The successful applicant will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees. Interested? Please call Fiona Shanks, Director - People Culture on 0457 591 059 to introduce yourself and find out more about the position. Alternatively, we look forward to receiving your application soon. Applying for the role A PD for this role can be downloaded from the NHW website careers page Completed applications, addressing the selection criteria from the PD, are to be emailed to fiona.shanksnhw.org.au Applications close Wednesday 1 August 2018
Wangaratta VIC 3677, Australia
Downer has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Zero Harm Coordinator to join our Mining, Energy and Industrial team. The primary purpose of this position is to support the effective and efficient delivery of digital and infield Zero Harm programs, performance reporting and organisational learning. Reporting to the Zero Harm Manager and Performance and Programs team, your duties will include Ensure lessons learnt from incidents and other business experiences are efficiently collated, reviewed developed and effectively disseminated to relevant stakeholders. Deliver training and instruction in the use and implementation of Zero Harm data collection system and other Downer Zero Harm systems. Grow and curate the MEI Zero Harm intranet associated SharePoint Portals. Administration, maintenance and integrity verification of Zero Harm data collection systems and processes. Provide support to the Zero Harm Analyst develop the Zero Harm reporting capability and report preparation. Assist with the development execution of Zero Harm performance and program deliverables. Design and develop collateral to support the delivery of digital and infield zero harm good practices. About you Experience working as part of a safety team Proven experience working in Mining Energy, Industrial or Construction Organisation Experience with administering SharePoint or similar content management systems Intermediate knowledge of the Microsoft Office programs (Word Excel Outlook Publisher) Highly-developed interpersonal, communication and presentation skills Ability to develop standardsprocedures and develop training packages Report writing and data analysis skills What we offer A workplace that focuses on Zero Harm A workplace that recognizes and rewards hard work and creative ideas A workplace that provides opportunity to make an impact with a growing and forward thinking company and A workplace that encourages you to further develop your skills and professional development. Please note, Downer do not accept resumes via email and please ensure you attach copies of your Resume and proof of eligibility to work in Australia i.e. passportbirth certificate to your online application. As an employer who embraces Equal Opportunity and promotes diversity, we encourage men and women of all ages and backgrounds, including Indigenous Australians, to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest however, only those under consideration will be contacted. For technical queries, please email Jessica.Grahamdownergroup.com
Sydney NSW 2113, Australia
WE™RE FOR your growth¦ At AIA Australia we focus on career development, people development and leadership capability, so that you™ll be nurtured and have all the opportunities to reach your full potential. Join one of Asia Pacific™s largest life insurers that is committed to your personal and professional growth. We have an exciting 12 month role to join AIA Australia as an OD Manager for a period of 12 months based at our headoffice on St Kilda Road. In this role will manage the design and implementation of a new post-integration Learning development curriculum, performance management and CPDcompliance learning. You will ensure full integration and alignment across projects and business units, and ensue the Integration Experience and Integration project ethos is considered through all stages of scoping and design. To be successful as an OD Manager, you will have proven experience in Integrating organisations and in managing large scale HROD projects. Accreditation in a Project Management or change management methodology will be highly regarded as well as experience with Digital, Culture and Engagement programs of work. You will also possess excellent stakeholder management skills and experience with influencing key Senior Leaders with diplomacy and tact. If this sounds like something you™re passionate about and something you have been working towards or achieving, we would love to hear from you. WE™RE FOR your wellbeing¦ We understand healthy employees are happy employees. That™s why we have a culture of care that promotes wellbeing, inclusion and flexibility. With fruit box deliveries, recharge days, flexible work arrangements and an AIA Vitality membership (including a FitBit), we endorse work-life balance. WE™RE FOR your recognition¦ 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™RE FOR your success¦ Your success is ours. Not only do we provide you with all the resources for you to thrive, we enable you to be the best that you can be. We encourage creative thinking and you will even be rewarded for it WE™RE FOR you¦ For further information please contact vanessa.hofmanaia.com Applications close 31 July 2018
Victoria St, Elsternwick VIC 3185, Australia
Volvo Group Australia currently has an opportunity for an experienced and proactive State Human Resources Consultant to join our customer centric Human Resources team. This role will be based in Western Sydney, with some flexibility in location. You will be a critical partner for our business, in alignment with HR Business Partner, and will assist in driving and influencing operational outcomes and key people strategies, as well as providing practical support and advice on all HR matters to our sites across NSW. In return, you will be offered a competitive remuneration package, opportunities to work on projects and liaise closely with a supportive and knowledgeable team. This is a fantastic opportunity for a qualified Human Resources professional who specialises in Employee Relations, who is looking to grow their career within a globally recognised company. You will thrive on a challenge, be proactive, self-motivated, and have demonstrated ability to work autonomously while having the capability of working effectively with the wider HR team located interstate. If you are committed to safety and providing great customer service, than we want to hear from you. About the role Build strong relationships within the business area to integrate and align HR plans with overall business strategy First point of contact for HR queries relating to HR policies, HR life cycle processes and system questions or issues. Provide specialist advice, guidance and high-level support regarding sensitive employee relations matters to managers Liaise with New South Wales dealership management teams with regards to recruitment requirements Coach managers to improve capability and effectiveness Coach and challenge managers in decision making on HR matters and in the roll out and management of HR processesactivities Liaise with HR Services to ensure effective joint delivery of services to the business Maintain a high level of communication with management and actively support business initiatives Coordinate the talent management process Work closely with the HR network and support organisations to ensure compliance and appropriate decisions About you Tertiary qualifications in BusinessHuman Resources. Minimum 4 years experience in a similar role Strong working knowledge of employment law issues and the ability to apply these to a variety of situations Experience of Enterprise Bargaining Agreements Strong organisational, interpersonal and communication skills Ability to work successfully in a global matrix organisation Experience of coaching and facilitation A team player with a friendly, and collaborative working style Benefits Competitive remuneration and additional superannuation payments Work related vehicle Career development with Global prospects Salary sacrifice fifth week of annual leave Service recognition Employee benefits and discounts from a large selection of Retailers Supportive and friendly team culture focused on quality and service A strong commitment to safety A dedicated Health Wellbeing program Discounted Private Health Insurance Dental Workplace Giving Program Free parking volvogroup.jobs
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Who are we? The Toll Group is the Asian regions leading provider of integrated logistics services, generating annual revenue of AU8.3 billion and employing over 40,000 people across an extensive network of 1,200 sites throughout more than 50 countries across the world. We™re committed to providing a safe, diverse, satisfying and fulfilling workplace for all of our people. We value integrity, trust, teamwork and being open and transparent. Tolls first class collection of and access to transport and infrastructure assets, including road fleets, air and marine capacity, warehousing, ports and railways, allow us to achieve worlds best practice in supply chain management. The opportunity? As part of Toll Group™s new growth strategy, a temporary opportunity has become available within Toll™s Global Express Division for a HSE Coordinator. Reporting to the Health Safety and Environment Site Manager you will play a pivotal in providing advice and assistance to reduce workplace injuries, illnesses and incidents, fostering a strong safety culture. Key responsibilities include Carry out incident investigations and risk assessments in a timely and accurate manner Monitor and audit workers and contractors safety performance and if required take action to rectify concerns Contribute to development and implementation of safety management system Provide leadership and support to internal and external stakeholders Present and execute innovative solutions regarding OHS requirements, performance and initiatives Analyse HSE performance, identifying key areas for improvement The ideal candidate? To be considered for this role, you will have a minimum Diploma in HSE or related discipline, with solid 2-3 years™ experience and working knowledge of appropriate Australian Safety legislation, standards and codes. You will have high level written and verbal communication skills, and proven success in driving a strong safety culture. This critical role will suit an outstanding performer with enthusiasm and drive, and with experience gained within aviation, transport and logistics. This is a business critical role where we are looking to move swiftly. An immediate requirement. Toll is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we encourage men and women of all ages and Indigenous Australians to apply.
Sydney NSW 2766, Australia
Employment Type Temporary Full Time until 16082019 Position Classification Health Mgr Lvl 2 Remuneration 1828.83 - 2169.14 Hours Per Week 38 Requisition ID REQ51619 South Western Sydney is an exciting, interesting and dynamic place to live and work. South Western Sydney is home to a mixture of metropolitan and rural communities which is culturally diverse. South Western Sydney has a very significant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community, especially in Campbelltown, Wollondilly, Camden, Wingecarribee and Liverpool. SWSLHD™s key strategy to positively transform how our patients, consumers, staff and communities experience our organisation and services is Transforming Your Experience. SWSLHD upholds the values of Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. Equal Employment Opportunity South Western Sydney Local Health District is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disability are encouraged to apply for all internal and externally advertised positions. If you require assistance, please advise the contact person at the time of your application. What youll be doing The purpose of this position is to provide education, coaching and support to enable staff, supervisors, managers and the executive Team to prevent andor manage unacceptable behaviors in SWSLHD. This position develops programs and initiatives to build organisational capacity and capability in the prevention and management of unacceptable behavior and promoting a positive, safe and respectful workplace. This position takes a primary role in the cultural development of the organisation, with ownership over the effective delivery, implementation and reporting of the People Matters Survey results and strategy. Selection Criteria Relevant tertiary qualifications andor relevant work experience, or a combination of study and work experience. Experience developing andor implementing positive, respectful workplace culture change programs, including strategy design and project planning. Demonstrated high level written and verbal communication, interpersonal skills, facilitation and conflict resolution skills, that can be applied operationally in the business. Well developed analytical and problem solving skills that enable reporting on complex workforce issues, sound decision making, timely responses and innovative solutions. Well developed organisational skills with the capacity to successfully manage competing priorities and meet deadlines. Ability to develop, implement and evaluate related policies, procedures and resource materials. Demonstrated ability to facilitate transformational change solutions through collaborative approaches. Demonstrated capacity to drive organisational development initiatives from initial conception through to implementation and delivery, and offer business focused solutions that enhance individual, team and organisational capability. Need more information? 1) Click here for the Position Description 2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Rebecca Leon on 8738 5929 or email Rebecca.Leonhealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close 29072018 Interview Date Range 06082018 - 10082018 To view the position description or submit your applications please click the Apply button below. We are committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practices, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and promote a smoke-free work environment. Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks conducted for all positions.
Westfield Liverpool, Northumberland St, Liverpool NSW 2170, Australia
We are offering a unique opportunity to an experienced and ambitious Administrator who is passionate about people and would like to develop a future career in recruitment. This role supports and partners with the national TA team and ensures all recruitment administration requirements are met throughout the full recruitment cycle. You will be working across a variety of large scale projects and disciplines providing effective and efficient administration and coordination support. Duties include Working with the TA team on developing and maintaining talent pipelines across disciplines to meet ongoing project manpower needs Assisting TA Leads with creating requisitions, posting online advertising, reviewing applications and assist in delivering recruitment campaigns Plan, arrange and attend campus and office based recruitment events, including our Jacobs Go and Graduates Programs Act as an ambassador of the firm, articulating our culture, purpose and student opportunities Collecting candidate documentation and adding to Taleo Undertaking reference checks if required Formulating, extending and following up on offers Assisting the TA Managers with weekly and adhoc recruitment reporting Coordinating and tracking agency candidate submissions as required Taleo and LinkedIn database searching Providing general day-to-day administrative and coordination support to the TA Managers Leads that will include transactional activities such as printing, document collection and filing, correspondence, meeting and interview bookings, escorting candidates etc About you Experience as a CoordinatorAdministrator in a Consulting Engineering or similar environment Experience working with internalexternal stakeholders and business leaders Strong attention to detail with professional written and verbal communication skills Ability to learn systems such as Taleo Ability to deliver excellent customer service with sound organisational skills Friendly team player who is comfortable working autonomously and prioritising workload in a fast-paced environment Flexible in approach to work whilst able to work under pressure and meet competing deadlines Why Jacobs At Jacobs we offer rewarding careers with ongoing development opportunities, flexible working arrangements and a culture that is collaborative and inclusive. Achieve more with a global brand.
Sydney NSW 2060, Australia
Generous salary packaging options in addition to your competitive take-home pay Ongoing training and development opportunities Enjoy significant benefits such as workplace incentives, family and lifestyle provisions and much more As Canberras longest-standing aged care provider, and one of the largest private employers in the ACT. Our residential aged care facilities, retirement villages and home care services across Canberra offer extraordinary experiences and personal rewards. What we offer Goodwin offer significant employee benefits such as discounts from local companies, training, workplace incentives, family and lifestyle provisions. Who we need We are currently looking for a vibrant and enthusiastic full time Training Officer to join our People and Culture team. The Training Officer is responsible for the coordination, implementation and evaluation of Goodwin learning and development programs which support the strategies to build a sustainable, resilient and adaptable workforce. You will be Scheduling, booking and coordinating training sessions Delivering orientationinduction and mandatory training sessions to new and current employees Coordinating learning development activities throughout Goodwin, such as workshops and employee meetings which may include sourcing guest speakers, specialist providers and educational specials and presenting on best practice An administrator to the Goodwin Learning Management System Ensuring administrative responsibilities are carried out efficiently i.e. maintaining current training attendance records Ensuring all training venues, equipment, catering and other requirements are bookedcancelled Booking external conferencestraining sessionscourses and related arrangements for Goodwin employees Providing regular reports To apply you must have Minimum Cert IV in Training and Assessment, andor tertiary qualifications in the relevant discipline andor experience in adult education and learning. Previous experience in delivering effective manual handling training Previous experience in Aged Care is highly regarded Strong Microsoft Suite skills will be required for the successful applicant If this sounds like you and youre excited by an opportunity to work with Goodwin, then apply now For more information, go to www.goodwin.org.au or contact Tracy Huegill on 02 6175 5082. You must be an Australian Citizen or have work rights for Australia to be eligible to apply. All Goodwin employees undergo a Criminal Background Check as a pre-requisite to employment Applications close 3 August 2018
Duntroon, Campbell ACT 2600, Australia
6 month role Frenchs Forest location Immediate start If you are an experienced internal recruitertalent acquisition professional seeking something challenging, fast paced, where every day is different - we would like to hear from you. Be a part of something bigger Opening 30 October 2018, Northern Beaches Hospital will be a fully licensed private hospital, providing care to public and private patients from an outstanding facility with a large range of quality services provided by exceptional nurses, doctors and staff. As the Talent Acquisition Specialist, you will make an impact by recruiting the right people to provide right care at the new hospital. As an experienced Recruitment professional you will be able to make an impact quickly and be able to partner with senior leaders to recruit a broad range of positions. Managing the roles end to end you will coordinate the selection process, write job adverts, screen and interview candidates, create shortlists and manage the offer process. You will focus on developing innovative approaches to delivering high quality, cost-effective sourcing strategies. You will also be integral in shaping our agile approach to direct sourcing. Experience and skills required Relevant qualification andor experience in recruitment Proven track record of recruitment, selection matching of great talent Excellent communication and presentation skills, both verbal and written Innovative research skills and techniques to find suitable candidates Exceptional stakeholder management skills Able to work under the pressure of tight deadlines while remaining focused on quality Good understanding of how to source talent on social media Strong negotiation and administrative skills Strong technical skills to include MS Office applications and recruitment software Self-driven and dedicated to deliver exceptional results Ability to act in a confidential and discretionary manner Please note this a temporary role for a period of up to six months. Applications close Wednesday 25 July 2018 For further enquiries careersnorthernbeaches.com.au or for more information please visit our website at northernbeacheshospital.com.au To Apply All applications must be lodged online. Please click the Apply button to lodge an application (applications should include cover letter, CV and 2 current work-related referees).
Frenchs Forest NSW 2086, Australia
For us, an engaging, enjoyable workplace is the foundation for great work - which is why your attitude and your passion is just as important to us as your experience We offer an attractive salary and benefits in an equal opportunity workforce. We encourage applications from people of all ages, including indigenous Australians and those with a disability. About the role Part of the HR Planning and Enablement team, as HR Analyst, you™ll engage with senior stakeholders and the HRBP community across our diverse business to provide advice, guidance and support in the areas of HR metrics reporting, analysis and insight, position classifications and organisational management. Your exceptional reporting and analytical skills as we as your well developed stakeholder management skills will ensure the true value of workforce data and insights is realised to inform strategic business decisions. About you Here™s what we™re looking for. Firstly, you™ll have a strong background in data analytics and an interest in Human Resources. You™ll be comfortable dealing with complex and unstructured data sets and enjoy a mix of thinking big-picture and working in the detail, allowing you to be creative and challenge the status-quo. Love getting out and about? Great You™ll also have the opportunity to engage with a broad range people across the business, so your communication and interpersonal skills are essential. Prior experience with reporting and the ability understand and be creative in presenting data insights will absolutely impress. Our people have always been fundamental to our success and as technology becomes an increasing part of our business, our human touch will become more important, not less. We™re looking forward to delivering the services Australians want and need, with our renowned commitment to service, for generations to come. Australia Post is part of the fabric of Australia “ and has been for over 200 years. Through our huge range of services, we help communities stay connected, businesses reach new customers, and people stay in touch. To register your interest with our passionate careers team, please click ˜Apply Now™ and remember to enter your details and upload you™re most recent resume.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
We are looking for an experienced fulltime recruiter for a period of six months A bit about the role We are looking for someone to hit the ground running and be part of the People Culture team in an end-to-end recruitment role. The role will complete end-to-end recruitment “ meaning you will start the recruitment process and manage it until the candidate commences. You will need experience in job posting jobs and preparing advertisements You will also complete all contracts of employment and any contract variations as required. The role is fast paced and requires someone that can juggle multiple priorities. Selection Criteria - you will need the following Previous demonstrated experience in high volume end-to-end recruitment, ideally in Children™s Services Great communication skills (verbal and written) and to be able to deliver high levels of professional service Demonstrated high levels of attention to detail Ability to manage a busy workload, prioritise and meet deadlines Be comfortable in getting in and learning new systems and process¦fast Self-motivated with strong planning and organisational skills, enabling you to juggle competing priorities A current paid Working with Children Check Whats in it for you In return you will be offered a discount on childcare rates, ongoing training and development, access to a large support network at Corrimal HQ and the opportunity to work with a market leader in the childcare industry. Please address the above criteria in your cover letter, provide details of your Working With Children Check and use the Apply for this Job button on this page.
East Corrimal NSW, Australia
About the business When you look at great firms to be part of you have to look at their credentials. Do they have long serving staff that have progressed up the ladder? Are they an industry leader? How long have they been established? Have they won any awards.? My client can answer positively to all these questions (and more) so the real question is do you have what it takes to be part of their team? This is what you need Background in technology recruitment that shows you will have some credibility with clients Track record of working on a major account and growing it substantially The ability to work within a major account, seek out opportunities and turn them into revenue An entrepreneurial flair that comes to the fore when a challenge is presented This is what they offer Immediate access to one of the businesss largest accounts A great salary and potential to earn massive bonuses A highly professional working environment Focused energetic, collegiate team What Next This is definitely a hard working environment but one in which you will be given masses of autonomy to be successful. Coming to work will not be a chore but will become your passion as your skills increase and you become a key player within this highly successful business. If you want to plan your career and not just the next job then contact Deborah Ross on 0411 878 732 or send your resume to deborahrosspartners.com.au
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
About the business This boutique recruitment firm has had an amazing journey from start up 6 years ago to now being a leader in their specialist sector. The business has been built on providing great talent within a specialist niche, continual professional development of consultants and solid values. In addition, they have demonstrated an appreciation of the needs of their individual consultants to allow them the freedom to have family responsibilities work in harmony with their careers. About the role Work on an established desk at executive level with some great niche clients A highly professional working environment with great perks Focused energetic, collegiate team and a passionate business owner Skills and experience A track record of achievement as an agency based recruitment consultant that will enable you to be credible with corporate clients Very strong communication and organizational skills The ability to work within an established portfolio and grow the accounts
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Are you curious about HR you completed a degree and loved the Psych or HR papers, but not quite sure what to use it for? Are you interested in an opportunity to develop your commercial acumen by working alongside an experienced CEO and capable Executive Assistant in an agile and rapidly growing HR Consulting firm? So what experience do you need? Apart from 12 months post-grad work experience in either Admin, Customer Service, HR Support or similar, the answer is very little You need be able to solve problems in an agile way, maintain focus, be systematic with a bit of resilience thrown in to handle the up and downs of a company growing fast. Fast forward 6 months, and you will have learnt about how a rapidly growing business navigates the commercial waters, by helping keep a sales team on track, supporting at client meetings from preparing presentations to drafting proposals, updating a Client Relationship Management (CRM) solution, being active in Social Media, and with a different hat on, managing a director™s inbox and diary. Hop on board and accelerate your nascent HR career tracking with a unique insight into the corporate world. Sydney based, global presence, with a guaranteed trip to Auckland or two.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia