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Human Resource Assistant Jobs In Melbourne

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Recruitment Administrator

Datacom Connect are currently seeking a highly driven Administrator to join our fast paced Recruitment team in North Ryde. This is a fantastic career opportunity, providing valuable recruitment and HR experience. With over 5,200 people, and revenues of over 1.1 billion, Datacom is one of Australasia™s largest professional IT services companies. Datacom has extensive expertise in the operation of data centres, the provision of IT services, software engineering and management, as well as payroll and customer service design and operations. Founded in 1965 and operating across Australia and New Zealand, Asia, Europe and the US, Datacom has a successful trading history of consistent growth, profitability and a track record of delivering innovative, cost effective technology solutions. About the Role Assessment centre set up and facilitation Resume screening and phone interviews Updating and maintaining candidate information in our Recruitment Management System. Reference checking Coordination of background checks, including government security clearances and police checks Contributing to internal reviews and audits to identify gaps and resolve issues in processes General administration tasks as required About You Excellent organisational and multi-tasking skills Independently motivated with the ability to prioritise tasks and work under pressure to meet deadlines Strong attention to detail The ability to use initiative and judgment in resolving problems High level oral and written communication skills with good interpersonal skills The ability to work as part of a team as well as independently Proficient in the use of all Microsoft Office products Experience in office administration is essential Due to security clearance requirements, you must be an Australian Citizen to apply for this role How to Apply To apply, please send your application to Georgia Browning, Recruitment Manager by clicking APPLY NOW.

location Sydney NSW 2113, Australia

National Sales Training Manager

About Us Viewble Media is a world-leading company that is experiencing 100 growth every 6 months and expanding globally. We develop and install high-tech digital media AV systems in retail spaces across Australia, Asia, USA and Europe. Our clients showcase their products and services on the AV systems and take advantage of the massive exposure these systems generate. We work hard and play hard and due to this unprecedented explosion of growth weve been able to create this new position to make your own. The Role Based at our head office in Currimundi on the beautiful Sunshine Coast (but extensive travel required) and reporting to the Head of Sales (Australasia), we have a newly created position of National Sales Training Manager. We are looking for someone with a proven track record in coaching, training and mentoring in the field of sales and outstanding learning and development skills. Your working week will be diverse and busy and will include but not limited to the following core responsibilities Design effective and up to date training materials and programs to enhance the salesforces capabilities including new product launches Collaborate with Distributors to conduct needs analysis to ensure training is aligned with Viewble Media strategies and legalcomplianceregulatory requirements Design onboarding training programs specifically for new hires Collaborate and coordinate with Distributors to conduct new hire training, product launch training, and other training initiatives Provide feedback and input on ways to improve training programs, structure and resources and proactively analyse, assess and report the impact of training programs Collaborate with Distributors on ad-hoc training based on regional or local needs. This includes conducting training needs assessments, content development, deployment and measurement of effectiveness post training. Maintain an updated curriculum database and training records. Schedule individual and team training plans and programs on a regular basis. Create an open communication environment and gather the salesforces preferences for potential training. Stay up-to-date with employee development trends by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, maintaining personal networks and participating in professional organisations. Skills and Experience To be considered for this position, we are looking for someone with the following MUST be available to do extensive interstate travel. Bachelors degree in Education, Business or relevant field. Additional certification in training (preferred). Proven work experience and success as a National Sales Training Manager. Experience coaching and mentoring a high performance sales team. Extensive knowledge of learning principles and modern training techniques. Ability to understand sales processes, preferably with customer service experience. Ability to understand and analyse sales performance metrics. Ability to manage the full training cycle. Experience with learning management software. Proficiency in MS Office. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Strong organisational and team management skills. Benefits and Perks Viewble Media is kicking goals around the globe and this is a great opportunity to lead and grow with a young, dynamic and exciting international media company. We pay well because we want the best on board with us.

location Sunshine Coast QLD 4551, Australia

Trainer & Assessor

Current drivers licence, mobile phone and own reliable transport Certificate IV or higher in TAE40110 + LLN andor TAE40116...

location Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia

Offshore Construction Manning Consultant

Brunel (Australasia) is a market leader in providing experienced and competent offshore personnel to the offshore oil gas industry. About the role The successful applicant will be employed as a Offshore Manning Consultant. We are looking for an experience offshore constructionmaintenance Supervisor or Tradesman position with a sound understanding of offshore industry to join our Perth based Team. The duties will include all activities and operational support of deployed offshore personnel including Assisting with development of offshore constructionMaintenance manning structure proposals Providing Trade input during client, company and third party audits Assisting in the implementation of all recruitment activities within the team Ensuring deployment personnel under hisher control conform to qualification and competency requirements Ensuring vessels and facilities are manned in accordance with stated Flag, client instructions and statutoryregulatorylegal requirements Assisting with work rights check (including Visa requirements) and other background checks as required What you require Trades experience “ offshore construction Demonstrated knowledge and experience within the Offshore Constructionmaintenance Industry (Rigs, construction, Vessels) Knowledge of training and competency requirements for offshore personnel and crew Supervisor experience - preferred Excellent knowledge of Marine and construction certificates of competency - preferred Knowledge of MLC, AMSA regulations pertaining to crew - preferred High level competency of Microsoft Office and data entry What you get City location Competitive wage In house training and support Opportunity to demonstrate your skills offshore If interested, please click apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

Workplace Relations Specialist (12 Month Contract)

See yourself in our team Our Workplace Relations team operates as subject matter experts to provide end to end advice and support on all employee relations operational and case management matters. Do work that matters In this rewarding and varied role you will have the opportunity to partner with your business units to provide specialist employment relations advice to employees, line management and senior management as required and take full ownership and accountability for managing cases end to end. More specifically you will be responsible for Providing advice and guidance to employees, line and senior management of a particular business unit on industrial instruments and employment arrangements as well as matters such as performance management, misconduct, personal illness, discrimination, harassment, victimisation and bullying. Supporting employees and management to settle employee disputes and workplace grievances by advising on and or conducting internal investigations, mediation sessions or early resolution meetings. Supporting the resolution of individual workplace relations issues through advice on workplace policies of the Group and related employment and legal obligations. Dealing with the Finance Sector Union (FSU), solicitors and other workplace representatives in the resolution of cases. Work with your team, business unit, HR andor the wider Group on key projects which impact the Workplace Relations team or the wider group. We™re interested in hearing from people who have Demonstrable experience in the provision of workplace relationsHR advice. A good knowledge of the Australian industrial relations environment. Well developed problem solving ability. Tertiary qualifications in HR Management, Industrial Relations, Law or a related discipline and solid experience in the provision of employment relations advice OR extensive experience in the provision of employment relations advice. Strong negotiating and presentation skills. Strong communicator with the ability to work with and manage a number of stakeholders at various levels. Effective time management skills and the ability to manage a number of cases and competing priorities. Why you should join our team We are passionate. People who join our team have the sharpest skills and experience but, above all, they live and breathe our values. We are customer focussed. We are a dynamic team that is focused on providing exceptional customer service, while at the same time fostering career development into a variety of areas across HR. If you™re a passionate Workplace Relations Specialist and you™re excited by the opportunity to work with our leaders within CommBank then we would love to hear from you At CommBank, were committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce reflecting the customers, businesses and communities we serve. As a values driven organisation, we nurture and support our people through focussing on skill and talent development, collaboration, flexibility and internal promotion. With service in mind at every touch point, we take accountability for the role we play in securing and enhancing the financial wellbeing of people, businesses and communities. At CommBank you can be you LI

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Recruitment Consultant

360 degree Recruitment Consultant A desk with awesome potential Full Motor Vehicle and Fuel card on offer We are a well-established, well grounded National company specialising in Blue and White Collar recruitment both temporary and permanent recruitment. We are experiencing growth and are in need of an additional consultant to drive our business growth into new the new year and beyond. On offer is a 360 degree role which requires you to buildnurture business relationships and work with candidates from sourcing through to placement stage across a multitude of industries. We are the sort of company that will allow you to build and grow without the micromanagement, daily reports and small stuff that makes your life hard. We value integrity, honesty and mutual respect. We like to have fun within the workplace, and enjoy what we do, and we know that results drive all the above. Responsibilities Conduct general HR functions such as tool box talks, monitoring staff performance, and associated recruitment activities Identify and develop new clientbusiness relationships. Handling the job process from beginning to end including short-listing, interviewing, reference checking and referral to clients Maintain, Build and Expand your Blue Collar Temp Desk On Offer Lucrative un-capped commission structure paid weekly on GP, coupled with additional financial rewards. The opportunity to work with exceptional leaders across a wide range of industries If you are a high achieving Recruiter working across ANY blue collar industry, this is your chance to break away from an environment that is holding you back and join an environment which will constantly support your growth. To apply online please click the Apply button below.

location Port St, Highett VIC 3190, Australia

Excited about Employee Experience?

Defence Bank have begun an exciting journey to join our employee and member experience together so that we can take the business to a whole new level. We are searching for special someone to join the People Culture team to truly evolve our employee experience to be market leading. You will closely collaborate and partner with all other business units, particularly Marketing to share our collective talent and expertise and most importantly to create fun and energy at work, or as we like to call it, funergy. Who are we? We are a bank who is member-owned and who re-invests our profits into improving products and services to benefit our members. We are honoured to open our doors each day to protect the financial needs of those who protect our country. Our members include the men, women and families that make up the Defence Community. We regard this as a privilege and dont take it for granted. To deliver on this, we need a team of passionate, dedicated and resilient individuals who are committed to making a difference for our members. We are proud to be kicking goals in the people space, with top decile employee engagement in 2018, a 2016 Employer of Choice award in the Australian HR Awards and a finalist in the 2017 AHRI and HR Awards. We are striving to be an even better place for work for our employees. About the role Reporting to the Executive Manager - People Culture, this role is directly responsible for our Xcelerate Community, which is a key component of Xcelerate, our Employee and Member Experience program. Phase One is complete with comprehensive employee and member research having been undertaken. We are now ready to roll up our sleeves and put this valuable feedback into action. As the Employee Experience lead, your focus will be to partner with the business to execute people strategies and programs that drive business results and people development. You will apply your HR knowledge to deliver quality solutions to improve the employee experience, increase engagement, improve efficiency and ultimately deliver improved outcomes for our employees who will in turn improve outcomes for our members. You will be actively involved in employee communication, managing our PC Calendar, improving our employee experience across all touch points, improving our intranet and HR systems, building a high-performing culture, feedback channels and talent development, and building internal skills, training and capability. About you You will be a high performer, passionate about the opportunity to integrate EX and CX together. Youre a self-starter with the courage to question things and do things differently. Ideally you will have experience in a similar role, involved in change or transformation projects. Other must have include Passionate about both EX and CX Proven experience in a similar role The ability to gain support from key stakeholders to deliver outcomes Project Management experience, managing multiple deliverables and stakeholder expectations Highly collaborative and a great team player Go getter attitude bringing funergy to work Brilliant organisational and communication skills Externally and internally connected and inquisitive Great initiative and ideas Experience working in a dynamic environment Ideally youll have tertiary qualifications in HR or MarketingCommunications Do you want to be part of a team striving for the summit and beyond? Join our climb today Queen Street CBD Location. Salary package based on experience up to 125K. Please apply online. We look forward to hearing from you. Please note Successful applicants will be required to undergo a police check.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Recruitment Advisor

Who are we? We™re people who care. Lifestyle Solutions provides services to people with disability, young people and children in Out Of Home Care, their families and communities across the nation. We believe everyone is equal “ our staff and the people we support, our customers. Equality and respect is at the heart of everything we do. We are on a journey to deliver better service. We want people on our team who want to make a difference to the lives of others. People who know that it™s the small things that make the biggest difference. People who do what they say they™ll do and want to be a part of creating an organisation where we all own our part in making Lifestyle Solutions a great place to work. What is the role? Based in our head office in Newcastle, we have an opportunity for an individual to join the Lifestyle Solutions Recruitment team in the capacity as Recruitment Advisor. Reporting to the Head of Talent, our Recruitment Advisors are responsible for facilitation the end to end recruitment and selection process for a portfolio of business units or operations, driving continuous improvement processes and providing quality experiences and services to internal and external stakeholders. You will have the opportunity to influence, mentor and support Hiring Managers and liaise with Operational and HR partners. Our ideal candidate is a strong communicator and relationship-builder who can balance the challenges and demands of a fast-paced environment. The right individual will be a self-starter with a strong work ethic, lots of initiative and proactive strategic thinking skills. Who are you? You are someone who gets excited by innovation. You are a self- motivated œGo Getter who wants to work for a values-based organisation whose solutions are leading edge. You are creative, collaborative, passionate and innovative as a Talent Advisor. In addition, you possess the following relevant skills Previous experience (4+ years) in a similar internal Recruitment position or External Agency Previous experience performing high volume, end to end recruitment A proven track record in gathering business information, creating recruitment solutions and meeting agreed timeframes to meet workforce needs Proven ability to proactively work with customers, listening to and understanding their needs, anticipating and providing solutions and giving high priority to customer satisfaction Effective communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills, able to communicate effectively with people at all levels in individual and group situations Extensive experience with progressive recruitment and talent management systems, approaches, technologies and methodologies. Strong customer service orientation Desirable Knowledge and Skills Tertiary qualifications in a related discipline Demonstrated experience in the use of eRecruitment or HRIS systems Why choose us? At Lifestyle Solutions, we are open, we listen, and we learn, connect and collaborate with others. We are passionate about our clients, our people and our business. This is your opportunity to be a part of an energetic and high performing team. As a market aware, progressive and flexible company, your work will be rewarded with a competitive remuneration package. Lifestyle Solutions offers various employee benefits including salary packing options. For further information contact Lisa Marshall on 0409228539

location Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia

Assistant HR Manager

McColls Transport is a dynamic transport company that specialises in Bulk Food, Farm Milk and Bulk Chemicals throughout Australia, employing over 450 people nationally. McColls is seeking an experienced HR professional to join our team here in Geelong on a permanent basis. Reporting directly to the General Manager Human Resources, this role is responsible for partnering with the divisional departments of our business throughout Australia to provide effective HR support. Ideally, this role will suit and attract a high functioning HR Generalist with experience in high volume and dynamic workloads. The ideal candidate will Supervise end to end recruitment process Create and maintain relevant policy and procedure as required Assist with Enterprise Agreement negotiation across multiple business units and States Co-ordinate employee relations matters Oversee the Workers Compensation function Nationally Provide coaching, guidance and support to operational leaders regarding legislation, organisational function and change Support the business in regard to investigations to deliver fair and just outcomes Assist with the development and implementation of broad people based initiatives Oversee business payroll function. To be successful in this position, you will need to demonstrate A minimum 5+ years of Human Resource experience in a generalist capacity A tertiary qualification in Human Resources or relevant industry exposure Well-developed knowledge of current legislation with the ability to interpret and apply relevant legislation and awards Previous experience in Enterprise Agreement negotiation and disciplinary investigations Relevant experience and qualification in RTW co-ordination for large employee base Experience in a high volume and fast paced blue-collar or corporate HR environment across a multi-site business Strong ability to communicate at all levels of organisation Proven experience in managing cultural change Transport experience will be advantageous. If you feel that you have the above attributes, are ready to take the next step in your career, please forward your resume to

location Geelong VIC 3220, Australia

Organisational Development Advisor

Your new employer The Town has a dynamic future and we are looking for an enthusiastic, energetic and experienced Organisational Development Advisor in this newly created role. Your new role Join our HR OD team to support the Town in our mission to be an innovative, empowered and culturally responsible organisation. This position is responsible for the coordination of organisational effectiveness, including the coordination of organisational development projects, staff capacity building, and leading innovation and change initiatives. This role will also be involved in workforce plan initiatives. What you™ll need to succeed an ability to provide an effective advisory service for staff on organisational development matters an understanding of contemporary organisational development practices and procedures well-developed verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills within an organisational development environment a qualification in an organisational development-related degree experience in organsational development change management initiatives or programs Human Synergistics accreditation is desirable. The benefits of working for us salary range of 85,426 “ 90,101 per annum up to 15.5 Council superannuation contribution five weeks annual leave work-life balance including flexible working arrangements, easy access to public transport and our famous Albany Hwy café strip job share opportunities may be considered free use of gym and aquatic facilities (conditions apply) ongoing training and development exciting change-creating projects Sound like you? For further information on this position and how to apply please visit our website, All applications must address the bolded selection criteria in the position description and include in your cover letter along with your CV. Closing date 4pm Monday 1 October 2018

location Perth WA 6100, Australia

National Recruitment Consultant

We are seeking a talented recruitment consultant to recruit, place and support healthcare professionals in rural and remote locations around Australia. This is a varied and challenging role, facilitating end to end recruitment delivering a premium recruitment service and building long term candidate relationships. Based in Cairns, QLD the position is supported by a local business manager and a team of passionate consultants located locally and at sites across the HCA network. Healthcare Australia (HCA) is the leading healthcare recruitment solutions provider of nursing, aged care and medical staff in Australia with operations in every state and territory. Our Rural and Remote business division has experienced significant growth and we are seeking a talented recruitment consultant to recruit, place and support healthcare professionals in Rural and Remote locations across the country. Key responsibilities include Establishing and maintaining strong relationships with a team of nurses from various clinical backgrounds by facilitating and supporting them on remote placements around the country Adopt successful end to end candidate recruitment and marketing initiatives Deliver exceptional customer service Candidate travel bookings Proactively network to build market and brand awareness. Extra-large administration component If you can do all the above whilst maintaining a sense of humour and team comradery, then we want you. The ideal candidate will have Exceptional presentation, organisation and customer service Superior communication skills, written and verbal Initiative, flexibility and strong attention to detail Self-driven and thrives on a challenge, knowing they have support behind them to exceed their targets and reap the benefits of commissions Willingness to learn and adapt to changing markets High level of administrative aptitude Core values that align with ours The successful candidate will receive an attractive remuneration, incentives, further training and development as well as the opportunity to further their career with a healthcare market leader. If you™d like to join a team of hard working professionals who are passionate about what they do, then HCA is for you. We are a people-centric business with our core values being the heart and soul of all that we do. Please send online applications only, directly through this website. Please note that only candidates who are shortlisted for interview will be contacted directly.

location Barron Gorge QLD 4870, Australia

Business Analyst

Business Analyst Business analytics consulting rather than a technical BA. 9 month FTC, supporting the future way of work stream WorkdaySAP experience is ideal Summary Human Resources (HR) plays a vital role in supporting our organisation, and the breadth of our function is significant. HR is made up of three main areas Group People Services (GPS), Centres of Expertise (CoE) and Business Unit HR (BU HR). The Group People Services team is looking to hire a Business Analyst for its HR Solution Delivery Team. Do work that matters This is an exciting opportunity for candidates with a passion to improve business operations, processes systems across the HR technology platform. The HR Solution Delivery team partners with HR and the business to enhance new ways of working, build awareness and drive adoption of world class technology solutions offered by HR. You will do this by contributing to the design, development and implementation of solutions on key of transformational technology projects. See yourself in our team The HR Solutions Delivery team comprises experienced professionals that supports the new HR systems processes at CBA. They provide ongoing training, support and development to all their employees. They also pride themselves in having the best team environment that encourage work life balance. The role is responsible for business analysis planning and monitoring to identify opportunities for improvement in processes systems, determine which activities are necessary. The role will also liaise with stakeholders in order to understand the structure, policies, and operations of the organisation and to recommend solutions that enable the organisation to achieve its goals. Key responsibilities will include Effectively identify and define business needs and problemsissues to enable a feasible solution scope to be developed. Assess and document the current state of business to identify and recommend improvements and verification and validation of resulting requirements Identifies and manages gaps, determining the effectiveness of proposed solutions and developing Business Requirements documents and models Identify the risks associated with the proposed solution as well as the risk for not implementing the solution Contributes to the conversion of business needs into functional designs Effectively communicating requirements to stakeholders, managing conflicts, issues and changes in order to ensure that stakeholders and project team members remain in agreement on solution scope We™re interested in hearing from people who Have experience in business analysis or process improvement Financial Services Industry Experience Experience working in technology enabled change programsprojects Experience in the following areas or technology solutions Workday (Integrations Security) Other HR Payroll systems (e.g. PSHR, SAP) System integration development support At CommBank, were committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce reflecting the customers, businesses and communities we serve. As a values driven organisation, we nurture and support our people through focussing on skill and talent development, collaboration, flexibility and internal promotion. With service in mind at every touch point, we take accountability for the role we play in securing and enhancing the financial wellbeing of people, businesses and communities. At CommBank you can be you.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Safety Manager - Somersby

Safety Manager “ Somersby About Us CSR Hebel is Australias leading manufacturer of Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC), an amazingly innovative and lightweight building material that brings building into the 21st century. The unique content structure of Hebel significantly improves time to build and requires less energy, resulting in the improved comfort of the new home. Our manufacturing plant in Somersby is currently expanding and we are in the process of building a brand new highly automated manufacturing line adjacent to the existing site. The opportunity Due to an internal promotion, we are now looking for an influential, dynamic and most importantly, people focused Safety Manager to lead and oversee the safety aspects of our business covering Our two manufacturing plants in Somersby Supply and Install (Construction) teams Providing safety support for our NZ Hebel Business Reporting to the Operations Manager of Hebel, the main purpose of this role will be to deliver on the following key areas Design simplified safety management systems for line managers to implement and use and ensure their clear understanding of all safety systems through coaching and mentoring Own, design and deliver engineered safety solutions that are based on engineering and elimination controls for risk Lead the way with Safety and improving culture to integrate safety improvement with site operational improvement activity. Ideally you will have Proven success in a WHSE leadership role “ preferably in a manufacturing, multi-site and construction environment (minimum 3 years) OR a background in operations engineering Relevant tertiary qualifications in WHSE, a background in engineering would be a bonus Strong understanding of WHSE legislation and systems The ability to connect and partner with your stakeholders Dynamic personality, ability to lead and mentor as well as get involved when needed. Constructive situational leadership style with the ability adapt and pivot, specific to the context Exceptional verbal, written and behavioural communication skills, adapting to construction sites, factories, logistics and the board room This position supports our safety strategy and would be perfect for someone who is looking for a dynamic role and an opportunity to develop their career. Apply online today As part of the CSR Process, the successful applicant will be subject to a pre-employment medical, including a full drug screen.

location North Gosford NSW 2250, Australia

HSE Coordinator

We are a progressive company employing over 600 people permanently and up to 950 seasonally, contributing significantly to the economy of Queensland and of the Mackay and Mossman regions in particular. Our history spans over 140 years, a testament to our resilience and innovation in the industry. We are committed to industry leadership in safety and environmental sustainability. Our focus on diversification, including clean, green, renewable energy consolidates our business sustainability and further benefits the local community and the environment, helping us to grow a greener future. Our employees are essential to our success and are held accountable to our Values, which motivates us to ensure People and Safety remain paramount in all that we do. Safety and Teamwork are integral to our culture, and our Drive for Results is built on our ability to Challenge, Innovate and Change. By living our values and ethical principles, and actively fostering diversity and inclusion, our people make Mackay Sugar a company of the future. As an employee of Mackay Sugar, you™ll enjoy benefits such as career opportunities, training and development, access to discounted products and services at more than 20 local businesses and wellbeing initiatives including free annual flu vaccinations, and regular health checks. About the opportunity Reporting to the Group Manager “ HRHSE, you will be responsible for driving safety and environmental performance, while providing support and advice to the operations team on all facets of health, safety and environment activities. You will be a person who is driven by systems, processes and discipline, have a thorough understanding of risk management principles and extensive experience with safety and environment systems, auditing, injury management, rehabilitation, incident reporting and investigation. A competitive remuneration package will be on offer. As a minimum you will hold and or maintain the following Qualifications and Licences Current qualification in Occupational Health and Safety, Certificate IV in Training and Assessing, Five years experience in a similar role, involving manufacturing or a large scale industrial setting You will be a person that is comfortable with working in a continuous improvement environment, and you will investigate incidents and close out actions in a timely manner facilitate risk assessments and safety audits maintain the safety and environment systems, ensuring compliance with relevant industry standards conduct analysis on safety trend data and compile relevant reports promptly and effectively manage injuries be driven by systems, processes and discipline be team-oriented have a positive attitude have effective communication skills and be focused on internal customer service. For further information about this permanent opportunity, please contact Carissa Mansfield, Group Manager “ HRHSE on 07 4953 8212. To apply, please visit to answer role-specific screening questions and attach your resume and supporting documents. Applications close at 400pm Friday 28th September 2018. Mackay Sugar Limited is an equal opportunity employer.

location Dumbleton QLD 4740, Australia

Graduate Recruiter

Who are we? Within 5 years Sugarman Australia will be a recognised leader in the provision of multi-disciplinary staffing across the Temporary, Fixed-Term and Permanent markets. We will have a foothold in every major city in Australia New Zealand, projecting us to be one of the top ten most profitable healthcare recruiters in the southern hemisphere. We are looking for ambitious Graduate Recruitment Consultants who want to share in our success and become the future leaders of our business. Our office is based in the heart of the CBD, just a one minute walk from Martin Place station or three minute walk from Wynyard. Set in amongst the best cafes, bars and nightlife we adopt a work-hard-play hard mentality. Our culture is unique, if you ask anyone within our business why they work for Sugarman Australia, the answer will be œthe people. Why work for us? Realistic first year earnings for Graduate Recruitment Consultants 80k+, realistic second year earnings 100k + Corporate bonuses and discount scheme Highly competitive commission structure, paid monthly Undergo an intensive 6 month induction and training program Supportive leadership team with a strong coaching culture Honest and transparent organisation with a structured career pathway Current job opportunities in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth Regular social events including end of month drinks, team building exercises, lunch clubs, Melbourne Cup Day celebrations, Christmas parties and loads more What does the Graduate Recruitment Consultant role look like? 360 recruitment role Candidate attraction advertising, headhunting, networking and interviewing Build your business within the BOOMING healthcare sector through smart selling Place candidates into permanent, fixed term and temporary placements What are we looking for? We are looking for people who are committed to succeed within a target driven sales market to become Graduate Recruitment Consultants. If you are a natural communicator and influencer we want to hear from you Recruitment is a tough gig, to be successful you will need to be resilient, hard working, committed and passionate about forging a serious career within the recruitment space. Interested and want to know more? Click APPLY NOW for a quick response or call Leanne Smith with any questions you might have on 02 9549 5700. Visit our website Sponsorship is not offered for this position. If you are an experienced recruiter looking for sponsorship or sponsorship transfer please call us directly on 02 9549 5700.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Experienced Recruitment Consultant Wingfield

APG is a national employer of choice supplying a flexible workforce to industries who promote safety and well being as priorities. We are currently seeking an experienced Recruitment Consultant to join our busy Wingfield team to continue servicing the existing client base as well as assisting in its expansion. Recruitment Consultants provide a vital link between clients and candidates. The role can be both challenging and rewarding and involves advertising vacancies, interviewing applicants to determine their job requirements and suitability for particular jobs, checking previously work references and suitability of applicants, and referral to employers. This position will also assist with new business development and monthly WHS site visits. The successful applicant will be motivated, enthusiastic and self-driven Deliver onsite Inductions have a minimum of 2 years experience in a fast paced recruitment role. have experience working with a high volume account be able to work autonomously or as part of a team possess intuition and an understanding of peoples qualities , as well as good analytical and decision-making skills have excellent oral and written communication skills possess confidentiality, tact and discretion when dealing with people. Successful applicants will need to posses excellent Customer Service Skills, Interpersonal Communication skills, be able to attend to all safety protocols and have a passion for success and also be part of and add to a professional and energetic team who share the common goal to succeed in a challenging competitive industry. You will also demonstrate the ability to think outside the box and have strong computer skills, an excellent work ethic as well as being highly organised and willing to work autonomously. This position would suit someone that has exposure and experience in a recruitment environment, providing the opportunity to further accelerate and advance their careers in a challenging but rewarding industry. To take advantage of this great opportunity, or for a confidential discussion, please email your resume to

location Adelaide SA 5013, Australia

Senior Psychologist

Are you a registered psychologist looking for a role where you will work across diverse areas of workplace psychology, mental health and wellbeing? Are you an experienced facilitator? Do you thrive in a fast paced, dynamic and collaborative consulting environment? Flexible working arrangements offered Introducing CommuniCorp CommuniCorp Group ( is a specialist psychology firm providing a broad range of corporate psychology and professional development services. The CommuniCorp Group client base includes many leading organisations right across the Asia Pacific region. We have a reputation for excellence and a focus on practicality in the services we provide. What will your role look like? We are seeking a psychologist with a passion for developing positive workplace mental health and wellbeing to assist us in delivering our premium range of products and services. This diverse and challenging role will require facilitation across a number of areas from complex personalities in the workplace, to workplace mental health and wellbeing, resilience, and managing staff with mental health concerns. This individual will also work collaboratively with the CommuinCorp team to develop new business and prioritise ongoing client relationship management. The ideal candidate 5+ Years™ experience Full registration with AHPRA is required Broad clinical and organisational psychology knowledge is imperative Strong levels of facilitation skills and consulting and around psychological services Excellent communication skills Please submit your application via the apply for this job button. Should you require additional information please call Megan Liu, Talent Acquisition Consultant on 0417 817 131 Agencies please note this recruitment assignment is being managed directly by our internal Talent Acquisition team. We will reach out to our preferred agency partners in the rare instance we require additional talent options. Your respect for this process is appreciated.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

HSE Manager

About the Company Since the early 1980s, the CV Services Group has been steadily creating a legacy our team are proud of. Offering an integrated range of trade services, our four unique businesses each deliver a specialised offer across the electrical, plumbing, building and signage sectors. We like to think that we are a little bit different. We have a passion for going the extra mile for our customers, made possible by our exceptional CV people. With close to 600 dedicated CV team members across six locations, CV prides itself on having the best people in the game, backed by an unwavering commitment to support our staff to be the best they can be. About the Opportunity We are seeking a qualified, experienced and passionate Health, Safety and Environment Group Manager. Driving HSE strategy and direction for the group, you will own the HSE agenda. You will partner with the businesses to develop and implement innovative HSE programs that are fully compliant, deliver real outcomes and drive cultural change. To achieve this you will use your experience in influencing, mentoring and hands-on support of teams across multiple sites. You will manage and be supported by a small team of experienced HSE professionals. This is both a strategic and hands on role for a tertiary qualified HSE professional who is able to demonstrate a proven record of success, ideally within a construction and trades environment. You must also demonstrate the energy, drive and credibility to translate business needs into practical HSE solutions. Your ability to effectively communicate, problem solve, influence and build credible relationship at all levels of the business will be critical to your success. The Role Develop and drive HSE vision, strategy, and culture across the group Provide leadership and direction to the HSE Team Ensure effective HSE policies systems and processes are in place Manage effective and efficient HSE monitoring and compliance programs Partner with the businesses and the field teams to ensure all work is done safely Experience Minimum of 5 years™ experience (preferably in the construction industry) Relevant tertiary qualifications in the HSE area Proven leadership capabilities in leading and managing a HSE team Experienced in developing strong stakeholder relationships Well-developed people management and interpersonal skills Ability to think laterally and use initiative to solve problems The Candidate As a business that prides itself on its people, cultural fit is vital. We are looking for someone who is a self-starter, leads by example, has a can-do attitude, is an excellent communicator and works well in a team environment. The successful candidate will receive a competitive salary, opportunities for growth and a secure working environment. Don™t miss out on this great opportunity - take the next step in your career and click ˜Apply™ today Applications close 5th October 2018. Please note, candidates are encouraged to submit their application as early as possible as CV Services reserves the right to reduce the application period andor remove the job advertisement early should a suitable applicant be found. All enquiries regarding this role can be directed to Ian Norman on 07 3622 4333. If you would like to know more about our business, please visit our website

location Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

Change Manager

Big 4 Bank l CBD location Initial 5-month contract, extensions likely 900 - 1000 + super per day This leading Big 4 Bank is looking for an influential Change Manager to lead change management deliverables for a major Insurance Transformation program. The role Reporting to the Portfolio Director and working with a Change Analyst you will manage and support change management activities and ensure embedment across the program. Collaborating with Project Directors, Program Managers, Training and the wider team you will ensure the execution of the change management strategy and training and communications plans. This role will focus on the people side of change, including changes to business processes, systems and technology, job roles and organisation structures. Who you are With your background in leading change within Financial Services Insurance you will have significant experience in scoping, planning and executing change management across large scale transformation programs, in both Agile and Waterfall environments. Key requirements include Tertiary qualification(s) in Business, HR, Finance andor Change ManagementLD certification “ ProsciCMI accreditation etc. Previous Insurance experience - Life General Wealth Management Experience in driving large scale transformation, ideally in Insurance Ability to influence and negotiate with senior stakeholders Ability to manage complexity and change occurring across multiple business units Highly collaborative team player with strong customer service focus and a hands on approach What™s next? Are you a driven and results-focused Change leader who would love to make an impact and help transform Australia™s leading Bank? Please apply today or contact Zena Phillips on (quoting reference number S6) The Finite Group is a multi-award winning consultancy recognised across ANZ for excellence in recruitment for the Technology Consultancy space. We have 20+ years of year-on-year success. Our teams specialise in the following areas of recruitment (contract and permanent) Project Services I Change Management I DevOps Business Intelligence Big Data Analytics Infrastructure Engineering Digital iOS Android Front End Development Back End Development UX UI Research AdOps Service Delivery

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Employee Relations Specialist

Boeing Aerostructures Australia is Australias leading designer and manufacturer of composite flight control components for commercial aircraft. We are in the business of connecting people globally with the worlds best commercial airplanes. Our people are hardworking, innovative and take pride in the quality of our products. We work in an environment that is built on leading with courage passion, empowering each other, collaborating with candour and honesty, partnering with speed and agility and embracing change. Based at our Port Melbourne manufacturing site, we are seeking an Employee Relations Specialist for a 2 year maximum-term contract to partner with the HR organization to deliver on key upcoming employee relations projects. About the Role In this role, you will collaborate with your colleagues in HR to provide sound, pragmatic advice on a wide range of employee relations matters including- employee consultation, HR and employment policies and processes, and the legislative framework. Joining the organization at a time when the enterprise agreement is due to be approved, you will support and work alongside another Senior ER Specialist to drive project based change linked to the enterprise agreement implementation. You will also support programs that positively impact employee engagement, productivity and business performance at a time when both the customer and HR is moving through an organizational transformation. About You To succeed in this fast-paced role you will Be passionate about providing advice to a range of stakeholders on a wide variety of ER matters Enjoy being hands on delivering project based goals for the benefit of the business and our team members You will possess strong verbal written communication skills Understand the key workplace issues faced by globally complex manufacturingengineering organization You will have at least 5 years employee relations experience gained through working at the ˜coal face, taking a well-reasoned values based approach to resolving workplace issues and providing advice on agreementlegislative interpretation and application. The role would be ideal for a candidate who is looking to build their strategic ER skills, or who wishes to further strengthen their capability in managing change, andor improving an employee relations culture andor leading ER projects. Our Environment The role offers hands on work, for a passionate person who thrives in a dynamic workplace environment, who takes pride in their relationship building, who enjoys a workplace environment that champions safety, health well-being, quality products and services, and focuses on continuous improvement and problem solving. The successful applicant will work as part of a small HR team within a subsidiary of a large organisation, you get the best of all worlds - part of a close knit team, opportunity to lead and drive projects, within a company considered to be a global industrial champion. At Boeing Aerostructures Australia, we are committed to creating an inclusive and incident and injury free workplace, where employees can realise their career goals and make a positive contribution to Boeings success. If this role is you and youre excited by the opportunity to be part of building something amazing, we welcome your application. Additional Information Remuneration will be commensurate with skills and experience. The successful candidate will undertake pre-employment checks and a 3 month probationary period.

location Port St, Highett VIC 3190, Australia