HSEQ Coordinator “ Foodservice Food Services industry Tullamarine location, free parking on-site The Company The Hudson Pacific Corporation is one of Melbournes premium food service companies, stocking over 4500 lines and supplying the trade across Melbourne. Along with Dairy Country, Bakery Fresh and Associated Foodservice we form the Commercial division, with over 400 employees. The Role This role is responsible for the implementation and ongoing coordination of quality, food safety, environment, health and safety processes at all foodservice facilities to comply with internal and regulatory standards. To be considered for this role, you will have the following experience Act as subject matter expert for HSEQ within the site Work with warehouse management team to implement and coordinate HSE Management System to meet regulatory requirements and protect all employees. Work with warehouse management team to implement and coordinate food safety processes to meet customer requirements and maintain external certification. Monitor food safety processes ongoing Conduct self-assessments of HSE Management System and QualityFood Safety system work with warehouse management to facilitate and coordinate improvements. Evaluate environmental performance against objectives and work with foodservice warehouses for continuous improvement. Participate in external audits as required. Assist warehouse management team with coordination of RTW activities About You To be successful in this role applicants must Post-secondary qualifications in HSE desirable OR Degree qualification in food sciencetechnology desirable 5-7 years™ warehousing and transportation experience, 3-5 years™ experience in HSE andor qualityfood safety In-depth knowledge of HSE legislation Working knowledge of HACCP and BRC standard food safety requirements Excellent communication skills, ability to work with minimal supervision and work cross functionally with all operations departments Attention to detail Please note you must have the right to work in Australia to be considered for this role.
Gladstone St, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039, Australia
The City of Launceston, an accredited Employer of Choice, is seeking to fill the following position Workplace Health Safety Coach POS1289 In this permanent full-time position (19-day month), you will work in partnership with our people to grow their safety skills, knowledge and behaviour. To be successful, you will be comfortable providing hands-on coaching to diverse audiences and operational areas. You will be a sound WHS practitioner who is able to communicate effectively, inspire, motivate, assess and respond to safety performance opportunities. Skills in incident investigation, observations and reviewing are essential. You will need A Certificate IV in WHS or similar qualification, or the ability to achieve it. Ability to interpret documents and working guidelines related to WHS information and legislation framework. A working knowledge of WHS standards and practices including safety assessment, analysis and investigations. Very good interpersonal skills, the ability to quickly build rapport to influence, persuade and lead people in good WHS practice. Demonstrated ability to develop WHS strategies, systems, policies and procedures. The ability to work with a high degree of autonomy to deliver agreed outcomes, tasks and projects. Proficient skills in corporate applications including Microsoft Office Suite. Sound analytical and problem solving skills. A current drivers licence. Highly developed coaching and influencing skills. The ability to demonstrate a strategic perspective and link organisation objectives to tangible activities and projects. Essential Minimum three years experience in a practicing WHS role or similar role with transferable skills. Desirable Knowledge or experience with Information Management Software. Desirable Knowledge and experience in workplace auditing or inspection. If you are interested, for further information and instructions on how to apply please go to the employment page of our website at www.launceston.tas.gov.au and download the Employment Information Pack for this position. For further information, please contact Nicole Walsh, Human Resources Manager, on 6323 3000. To apply, please address your application to Human Resources clearly stating the position number and send to contactuslaunceston.tas.gov.au Your application should include a Cover Letter, your current Resume and a statement addressing the Selection Criteria outlined in the Position Description. You must address the Selection Criteria, found in the Position Description to be eligible for interview. Applications must be received by 3.00pm, Friday, 10 August, 2018
Blackstone Heights TAS 7250, Australia
The Role An opportunity has become available for a Common Law, Injury Management and Investigation Specialist to join Gold Coast Health (GCH) where the focus of our 9000-strong team is on providing world-class health care to over 550,000 people living in the Gold Coast, and northern New South Wales region. You will take responsibility for Facilitating complex workplace rehabilitation and return to work cases aligning with QH Workplace Rehabilitation System Providing expert advice and support to Line Managers through to Executive with unsupported and Common Law workers compensation claims Analysing injury, Workcover and human resources data to establish risk profiles and prioritise strategic direction Drafting responses on behalf of Executive and Management to regulatory bodies researching and references applicable common law precedent. Attending external meetings and compulsory common law cases with panel Solicitors to support Executive or Managers Supervising Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service (GCHHS) Safety Practitioners (including rehabilitationfire) as required Requirements for the role While not mandatory, a Certificate IV in WHS, Cert IV in Training and Assessment (TAE) andor qualifications or extensive industry experience in accidentincident investigation would be well regarded While not mandatory, current Workplace Rehabilitation Accreditation would be well regarded This position requires the incumbent to operate a government vehicle and an appropriate licence endorsement to operate this type of vehicle is required Benefits Career Development Leave loading Mentoring Salary Packaging Modern Facilities Diverse Work Culture Salary information Temporary full time (up to six months) Base salary ranging from 3782.80 “ 4052.10 per fortnight Up to 12.75 employer superannuation contribution 17.5 leave loading About Gold Coast Health Nationally and internationally recognised location for innovative medical research and health care Annual operating budget exceeding 1.3 billion More than 1100 beds across three hospitals - Gold Coast University Hospital, Robina Hospital, Varsity Lakes Day and Robina and Southport Health Precincts Acute and sub-acute care in hospital and community settings Opportunity to combine professional advancement, job satisfaction and relaxation into one fulfilling lifestyle link removed About Injury Management, Work Health and Safety GCH is committed to attracting the right people for our organisation. To help us with this we have developed a Core Capability Framework which defines the skills and behaviours required to perform successfully as an organisation. How to Apply Please click the Apply button to review the Role Description and submit your application by Thursday, 2nd August 2018 Job Ad reference GC282756 Please note no third party applications will be accepted.
Gold Coast QLD 4215, Australia
Imagine working in an environment where the culture is built on Open Book Management principles. Imagine a workplace that shares its financial information with every employee. Imagine being celebrated for who you are and rewarded for achieving your goals a work. About the role As a Human Resources Manager you will provide dedicated support to the Centre Manager and Leadership Team with all aspects of the Human Resources (HR) function. Your role will be fast-paced and dynamic. To be successful in this role, you will have highly developed verbal and written communication skills demonstrated experience in end to end recruitment (experience with PageUp and Preceda would be advantageous) ability to analyse attrition trends and capability to create initiatives to minimize impacts to the business experience in a HR Business Partner or HR Generalist role (highly desirable) demonstrated experience and knowledge of Employment Legislation, Workplace Health Safety, Employment Industrial Relations, Enterprise Agreements and Employment Contracts and Human Resource Policies (highly desirable) experience in leading, developing and coaching people an ability to prioritize or delegate tasks to ensure expectations are met by the business from the HR function What we can offer you a diverse and supportive team environment “ everyone is welcome here, and our differences make us stronger the potential to receive monthly rewards for achieving targets an environment filled with fun, respect, integrity, innovation and transparency growth and development opportunities an Annual Awards Night where we celebrate achievements and successes Stellar is an equal employment opportunity employer and we value diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We encourage applications from people of all ages and genders, people who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and groups who are culturally and linguistically diverse. You must be an Australian citizen to apply for this role and be prepared to complete a background check. About us We are an award-winning business process outsourcer, with contact centres in Australia, the Philippines and the USA. We partner with some of the world™s most loved brands, as well as government, healthcare and travel industries.
Curtin Stadium, Bentley WA 6102, Australia
We are seeking an experienced individual to lead a team of professionals to develop and deliver strategies and initiatives which contribute to VBAs high performing workplace, and positive and inclusive culture. The role provides strategic advice and develops and implements programs and plans on all areas of organisational development and diversity and inclusion. Key Selection Criteria To be successful in this position, you will need to demonstrate Thorough understanding of contemporary and best practice OD and HR methodologies Experience in delivery of high quality OD programs, business transformation and culture change initiatives Ability to tailor solutions to a complex and fast changing workplace environment. Highly developed analytical, conceptual and problem-solving skills with the ability to identify emerging trends and systemic issues, coordinate high impact responses and evaluate effectiveness. Builds and maintains relationships with people at all levels of the organisation to achieve high quality outcomes and solutions. An effective leader who builds strong team relationships and develops and motivates a high performing team Excellent organisational and self-management skills with the ability to plan, prioritise and deliver work, and be professional, flexible and agile delivery of service Why work for the VBA? Work for the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) and you will join a values-based organisation who invests in employees. Our value We Problem Solve, We Work as One and We Deliver. Benefits of working for the VBA include Flexible working arrangements Employee health and wellbeing initiatives Amazing workplace in our award winning, heritage listed, 5-Star Green Star Docklands office Employee learning and development opportunities To find out more about why its great to work for the VBA, visit Careers at www.vba.vic.gov.au. Application Process For full job details and to apply, click Apply Now below. The VBA job application process requires you to Upload your current resume, cover letter, proof of your right to work in Australia (citizenship or residency document or Australia working visa) and any qualifications relevant to the role. Complete the questionnaire provided after you click ˜Next at the bottom of the application page Candidates are not required to address all selection criteria, only those listed in the questionnaire. Only electronic applications submitted via careers.vic.gov.au will be accepted Standard recruitment practice applies, which may include interviewing, skillscompetency testing, reference checking andor other selection processes. Applications due by midnight on Sunday 29 July 2018. No agencies please.
Docklands VIC, Australia
Implement and maintain programs to provide a safe healthy working environment Provide HSE support across two sites - Northam and Perth Assist injured employees in all aspects of returning to work About You You are passionate about providing exceptional Health Safety and Environment (HSE), and Return to Work (RTW) support and services. You display an empathetic approach and high emotional intelligence, and have subject matter expertise across health safety and environmental matters, and your significant experience in Safety Services Management allows you to provide robust advice, guidance, counselling and education. You demonstrate exceptional moral values in all that you do. About the Role Reporting to the HSE Director, you will provide the overall coordination of Health, Safety and Environmental procedures in the workplace at both Perth Immigration Detention Centre and Yongah Hill Immigration Detention Centre., ensuring consultation and communication amongst employees and management. You will implement programs to provide a safe and healthy working environment for all personnel and to assist injured employees in all aspects of workers` compensation and rehabilitation for compensable and non-compensable injuries facilitate coordination of rehabilitation and return to work activities to support employees with work related and non-work related conditions and ensure all injuries and incidents are investigated at the appropriate level To be successful in this role, you will have Diploma or greater in OHS or other relevant field Sustained experience in an WHSE position Experience working in a multi-disciplinemulti-function environment Sound experience working in the construction industry in an HSE capacity Maintain a current Australian Federal Police Clearance Hold a WA Return to Work Qualification. Maintain ˜™Collect Specimens for Drugs of Abuse Testing HLTPAT005 Where required maintain a current œWorking with Children certificate in accordance with the relevant state child protection legislation This is a position of trust and responsibility and to support this we will conduct a thorough probity assessment as an essential selection component for this role. About Us At Serco, you™ll be part of a team of more than 50,000 people delivering essential services on behalf of governments and organisations around the world. We apply worlds best practice, insights and technology across six key sectors Citizen Services, Defence, Healthcare, Immigration, Justice and Transport. But no matter your role or where you™re based, we each share the same goal “ to bring service to life to make a positive difference every day. To learn more please visit www.serco.comaspac. Join Us If you are inspired to make a positive difference and would like to be considered for this opportunity, please submit your cover letter and resume by clicking the Apply Now button. Serco values of Trust, Care, Innovation and Pride underpin everything we do. We are curious, creative and collaborative. Our people help in ways that matter. We are committed to diversity and we encourage people from different backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse and people with disabilities to apply.
Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
We are looking for a high energy, passionate and experienced Trainer to join our Owner Services Loyalty Department at our Corporate Office in Bundall. You will be responsible for the training needs of the Owner Services Loyalty employees across our two corporate offices located in Gold Coast, Australia and Clark, Philippines, delivering effective training and coaching to Travel agents and Reservation consultants. Working closely with our with Clark, Philippines based Trainers, you will assess the initial and ongoing training needs and deliver appropriate training solutions, particularly in relation to new hire induction, relevant systems, conflict resolution and quality end-to-end customer service, ensuring memorable customer experiences is achieved. Working within a team environment you will have a confident manner and positive attitude. You can inject energy into any room and ensure that your participants leave the training excited to make positive change. You are passionate about customer service and driving positive change, encouraging and supporting our Reservation and Travel agents to provide personalised and memorable experiences to our valuable customers. About You To be successful in this role, you will have the following skills and attributes Strong personal values regarding customer service, delivering on our ˜Count On Me™ promise and integrity in all activities Qualified and experienced trainer with Cert IV Training and Assessment Strong skills using MS Office and e-learning software, particularly Articulate Innovative thinker with experience in design, delivery and development of training materials including online resources Excellent presentation skills and able to present in a clear, professional and confident manner, engaging your audience Strong organisation, planning and time management skills High standards of personal presentation An ability to thrive in a fast paced, high call volume call centre Illustrates experience in handling difficult customer complaints, monitoring customer service standards and implementing training to improve service levels within a face to face presentation environment and over the phone Willing and able to travel to our Philippines office to conduct training as required. Who are we? With offices in Australia, Singapore and Philippines, hotels and resorts across the Asia Pacific region and close to 2,000 members, Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific is one of the largest industry employers. Our success lies with our employees and we take great pride in recruiting the best talent. We are passionate about our team members reaching their full potential through world-class development opportunities. What do we offer? We occupy a centrally located, modern corporate office with sweeping views of the Gold Coast. We™re a company that continues to grow and develop, providing exposure to the type of Global Corporation rarely seen on the Gold Coast. We offer an onsite gym, subsidised health cover, and discounted resort stays across Australia, New Zealand and Fiji and many more benefits
Gold Coast QLD 4217, Australia
The role The Principal HR Advisor will provide expert advice and recommendations on appropriate management and resolution of industrial relations matters and complex employment matters as well as establish and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholder groups, including Queensland Government departments, senior executives, managers and unions. Additional responsibilities include Manage key emergent projects and initiatives impacting the eHealth Queensland workforce, including providing high level support in the implementation of whole of government human resource and industrial relations policy and initiatives. Prepare high level advice on various complex employee relations and industrial relations matters. Assist in the development of professional and expert specialist knowledge and skills in junior level staff within the Workforce Relations team. Manage matters before various tribunals and commissions, including (but not limited to) Queensland Industrial Relations Commission. Are you right for this role? To be successful in this role you will demonstrate Ability to advise on complex public-sector employment matters including, but not limited to, dismissal, discipline, suspension and medical assessment of employees. Proven ability to interpret and apply public sector legislation, directives, policies and agreements to manage complex and sensitive employment matters. Highly developed consultation and negotiation skills with a proven ability to provide timely, authoritative advice to senior management in relation to complex employment matters About Corporate Services - eHealth Queensland Corporate Services is made up of five core delivery teams and each have an important role to play in supporting the overall vision for eHealth Queensland. These core areas are Financial Management, Business Planning and Analysis, People and Culture, Procurement and Risk Audit. These functions support the vision by enabling it to be a stronger business partner, driving a more commercial approach, delivering value through procurement, understanding and mitigating risk and most importantly, taking our stakeholders on the eHealth Queensland journey. eHealth Queensland is one of the largest Information Communication Technology operations in the state. It is responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of information systems and technologies so that Queensland Health employees and health providers have access to information that supports the delivery of health care. Benefits of working with eHealth Queensland By joining eHealth Queensland you will work within a fast-paced, challenging and supportive environment where every employee plays a critical role in our ongoing success. You will enjoy a variety of benefits, including Competitive salary + generous superannuation and leave loading Flexible working arrangements Diverse work culture Career training and development To apply for this exciting opportunity, submit your resume and a one-two page cover letter online today.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
The Reject Shop is an ASX listed Australian Discount Variety retailer currently operating more than 350 stores nationally. Our values of ˜Our Customer, Our Team and Our Performance™ is at the forefront of everything we do About the role We currently have an exciting opportunity available for an innovative, passionate and enthusiastic eLearning designer and developer. This could be the perfect opportunity for you to implement interactive digital initiatives and to further develop your skillset in the digital sphere within the retail world. Is the end user (your customer) always at the heart of your eLearning solutions? Do you have the vision and ability to transform dry content into authentic, engaging, cool, interactive and practical eLearning deliverables? Our values of ˜Customer, Team and Performance™ highlight the priorities and focus of the role, and are reflected in the key accountabilities outlined below Customer Keep the customer at the heart of everything you do Identify and understand the development needs across the business and develop solutions to meet these needs Team Work collaboratively with the Retail Operations team (and other functions) to identify and resolve their changing development needs Manage a remote team from storyboard to build phase Performance eLearning development such as interactive courses, videos and infographics Project manage the design, development and implementation of eLearning deliverables Manage and maintain our LMS and generate reports through a visual representation Key skills and attributes At least 1-year experience in a similar eLearning and digital role Confident with Learning Management Systems and eLearning authoring tools Ability to keep projects simple and effective Always seeing the ˜purpose™ and ˜why™ of developing a project Effective planning and project management skills and committed to deadlines A flexible and consultative approach The wish List Adobe Captivate and Articulate Storyline experience Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Illustrator) Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Excel) VideoScribe and Piktochart Lastly, do you hold yourself to high performance standards, have bags of energy and a creative flair that will help us deliver an ambitious eLearning strategy that is fun and makes a difference to our team members? Are you experienced in working with other teams to deliver effective eLearning resources? If this sounds like the opportunity you have been waiting for, we would love to hear from you Apply now What to find out more about how FUN and REWARDING a career with us can be? Click on the link below httpswww.rejectshop.com.aucareersintroduction
Flemington Drive, Flemington VIC 3031, Australia
About Opal aged care Opal Aged Care is one of Australia™s largest private residential aged care providers and has ambitious growth plans adding 1,000 beds per year through new developments, extensions and acquisitions. With 70+ homes in four states, we currently employ over 7,000 staff to provide specialist residential aged care services including dementia, and respite care, to over 6,000 residents. Here at Opal we pride ourselves in employing staff that share our core values of respect, compassion accountability. Your new role Based at our Sydney CBD Head Office, The Learning Organisational Development Consultant is responsible for the development, management and delivery of LOD programs and initiatives across Opal, and developing the capability of our staff to ensure exceptional care is delivered to our residents. What you can expect from us? A friendly, social, collaborative team Convenient CBD location with panoramic views of the city Work with Australia™s largest privately owned aged care provider Substantial long term career goals within a high growth organisation An opportunity to step into one of Australia™s fastest growing industries A competitive salary package. Key requirements Previous experience in a similar role working as part of a LODHR team Experience with partnering with Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) and Australian Apprenticeship Centres (AACs) to deliver accredited training Demonstrated experience with Learning Management Systems (preferably Learning Seat) Ability to work with internal and external stakeholders at all levels with strong relationship building skills Opal Aged Care offers access to professional development opportunities and an excellent team environment amongst other employee benefits, including store discounts and health and well-being programs. All applicants must be willing to obtain a police clearance certificate via Opals police check system and undergo a pre-employment medical.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
About Us With 1,800 stores serving more than 32 million customers worldwide, Specsavers is proud to not only provide exceptional customer experiences, but to always be on the vanguard of improving clinical and retail effectiveness. We are at the forefront of leading, shaping and defining the future of the optical and audiology professions, ensuring more and more Aussies and Kiwis have access to the best value healthcare wherever they are. We are an award-winning retail organisation with achievements in innovation, and have been recognised as an Employer of Choice. The Role Our Professional Recruitment Team are the linchpin of the Audiology business recruiting talented audiology professionals for partnership opportunities across our growing audiology business. We are currently looking for a self-driven Professional Recruitment Coordinator to join the team in our Port Melbourne office. You will support team in achieving recruitment objectives through sourcing and attracting the best audiology professionals across Australia and New Zealand. Your creative and proactive approach will see you build candidate pipelines and source new and innovative avenues to connect with audiology professionals. Naturally a people person, you will build strong relationships and have exceptional candidate management skills. As Franchise Recruitment Coordinator, you will be responsible for the following duties Growing our candidate pipeline via targeted initiatives across industry platforms, social media, employee referrals, LinkedIn Recruiter and other avenues as they present themselves. Lead nurturing our inactive candidate pool, creating engaging content and opportunities to reconnect. Build effective relationships across the Retail Support team to gain a deep understanding of recruitment priorities. Participate in industry conferences and other recruitment related events so that potential candidates have an opportunity to learn about Specsavers Audiology. Ensure all resourcing specific systems are maintained and developed to support resourcing and talent strategy (including intranet, careers website, LinkedIn and applicant tracking system). Conduct screening of new candidates, to ensure that candidates presented meet initial suitability requirements. Identify and implement candidate sourcing plans. Create and regularly review recruitment activity reports. About you Reporting to the Professional Recruitment Manager, you will possess the following skills Relevant experience working in HR ideally within a Recruitment Administrator or Coordinator role Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related discipline would be advantageous Excellent stakeholder management skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Excellent organisational and time management skills Self-motivator and able to work within a fast-paced environment At Specsavers, we value our people and offer not only competitive reward and benefits but also on-going development and training. We support creative minds and recognise hard work. If this sounds like you, why wait? Submit your application today
Port St, Highett VIC 3190, Australia
Based in Sydney (Barangaroo) Gain exposure to a diverse range of industries as well as the opportunity to be working on a variety of WHS projects Work with clients listed in the ASX Top 200 12 month contract About the role A unique Consulting opportunity currently exists within our Workforce Strategies (WFS) specialist practice, which is part of the international Marsh Risk Consulting division. WFS is a dynamic practice driven by an impressive team of Consultants whom specialise in the Work Health and Safety (WHS), Workers Compensation insurance and injury claims management field. As a Consultant within the practice, key responsibilities will include Providing clients with strategic and operational solutions to their WHS and risk management needs, including conducting WHS audits, risk assessments, systems development and training Establishing and developing relationships with existing clients and internal stakeholders Working as part of a team for key client projects to reduce incidents through WHS and injury management programs Assisting in the design and development of cloud-based WHS systems Ensuring projects are delivered on time and in scope To be successful in this role, you will need to possess A Bachelor degree in WHS andor related disciplines is mandatory 3-5 years™ experience in a safety related role Prior experience working within a consulting environment would be highly regarded A solid understanding of WHS legislation and risk management Excellent communication skills Crucial to your success in this role is the ability to effectively communicate, problem solve, influence and build credible relationships at all levels both internally and with clients. Strong organisation and planning skills, as well the ability to work with high levels of initiative and to strict deadlines are essential in this role. The opportunity to work on client sites will frequently be offered and some overnight travel, where relevant for projects, will be required. About Marsh Marsh is a global leader in insurance broking and risk management. Marsh helps clients succeed by defining, designing, and delivering innovative industry-specific solutions that help them effectively manage risk. Marsh™s approximately 30,000 colleagues work together to serve clients in more than 130 countries. Marsh is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh McLennan Companies (NYSE MMC), a global professional services firm offering clients advice and solutions in the areas of risk, strategy, and people. How to Apply Apply now, by sending your resume and cover letter to Parisa Holden by using the link provided. Please note should your resume be shortlisted, you will receive a link from HireVue to complete a digital video interview as part of the recruitment process. Applications will only be accepted from candidates who have the appropriate approval to work in Australia. Successful applicants will be required to complete Criminal Record check prior to commencement of employment. Marsh is an equal opportunity employer committed to embracing a diverse and inclusive work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people regardless of their sex, maritalparental status, ethnic origin, nationality, age, background, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Start your new Career in 2018 Work with a high performing team. Be supported by professional colleagues. Make 2018 THAT year for you Is it time to break out of that rut you™re in? Is the call of change whispering in your ear? Love to travel (a little bit?) (Are you bored to death with the dull boring churn of that all too-familiar industry that you™ve been dabbling in for so long?) Then get your funky resume on, and send it in We need to hear from you We offer service solutions to the mining industry, fabrication and workshop services to local industry and undertake building construction and demolition projects within the Northern Queensland region. (This is only a teeny weeny little bit of what we do “ check out our website) We™re seeking a mature-minded, bubbly, motivated person to join our team and service our key clients by providing workforce solutions and industry personnel within our Townsville branch. Wait, what™s THAT? (I hear you ask)¦..well don™t panic “ we™ll teach you About you You will have at least 5 years™ experience in a service industry, such as retail, property, hospitality or similar, a proven track record in developing business and key relationships, and understand the fundamentals of key customer service delivery. You will be creative and think outside the square, and enjoy working in a team environment. You will be flexible and adaptable to different industry requirements, and have the ability to think on your feet. What we offer A supportive team culture in a fast- paced environment, and a focus on growing our people and encouraging creativity, and an opportunity for YOU to get out of THAT rut If you enjoy a career where no two days are the same, then we want to hear from you Apply through SEEK today.
Rowes Bay QLD 4810, Australia
Reference No 318884 Adelaide CBD Ongoing, 2 positions 89,184 - 94,543 per annum, ASO6 The Opportunity We have an exciting opportunity for 2 Organisational Development Consultants to be part of our Corporate Services Division within PIRSA. The role reports to the Manager, People Partnerships Capability. The Organisational Development Consultant will provide strategic support to build organisation capability and a positive workplace culture. This involves creating, developing and delivering innovative OD initiatives to improve organisation performance and drive employee engagement. The OD Consultant will liaise with managers across PIRSA, PC business partners and the internal communication team and external training providers. The OD Consultant, is responsible for developing and implementing the Diversity Inclusion Plan including Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander, disability youth employment across the Agency. The role will focus on strengthening and building new pathways to employment for Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander, disability youth employment across the Agency. The OD Consultant will prepare, co-ordinate and manage the development, implementation and evaluation of complex People and Whole of Government (WOG) equity and diversity strategies, plans and programs for the Agency to attract, develop and retain a diverse and equitable workforce. The role will also be responsible for the development, coordination, promotion, implementation and evaluation of various identified organisational development initiatives and programs. These are in the areas of attraction, development and engagement of the workforce and organisational culture change strategies across PIRSA. The OD Consultant, will liaise with managers across PIRSA, PC business partners and the members of the Executive to ensure strategies and initiatives are implemented in Divisions. About Us Primary Industries and Regions SA, as a key economic development agency of the South Australian Government, works across a diverse range of industry sectors including agriculture, livestock, forestry, fishing and aquaculture and regional development. We involve and engage with others to ensure we make good decisions, have clear policies, plan and implement effective programs, drive relevant projects, promote efficient resource use and broker shared responsibility. In this way we enable the StateÃ‚¬„s primary industry sectors and regions to remain competitive, productive and sustainable. Benefits At PIRSA, we offer our employees challenging and rewarding work with opportunities for career progression, learning and development and flexibility. Our Commitment to Diversity PIRSA is committed to building a flexible, diverse and inclusive culture, planning for and promoting diversity. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQ, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups. PIRSA recognises the benefits that such an approach brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of SA. Special Conditions 2 ongoing positions are available. An appropriate qualification is desirable andor equivalent experience is required. Current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment is highly desirable. Possession of a current drivers licence and a willingness to drive is required. Out of hours work may be required. Enquiries Bruen Holman-Bates Phone 8429 0802 Email bruen.holman-batessa.gov.au Website www.pir.sa.gov.au Application requirements Applications must be submitted online via httpiworkfor.sa.gov.au, citing Reference Number 318884 If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit a Covering Letter (no more than 3 pages) outlining your skills and experience in relation to the Professional and Technical Knowledge, Strategic Focus and Initiative capabilities of the role description and a current CV. Applicants must include the contact information of 3 current referees and a completed Pre-Employment Declaration in the SA Public Sector form. Applications Close 1 August 2018 Flexibility Statement The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.
Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
Reference No 318868 Adelaide CBD Full Time up to 24 months 110,505 - 114,813 per annum, ASO8 The Opportunity We have an exciting opportunity for a Manager, People Partnerships and Capability to be part of our Corporate Services Division within PIRSA. The role reports to the General Manager, People and Culture. The Manager, People Partnerships Capability is responsible for leading the development and implementation of a critical partnership model of service delivery that clearly links people strategies with business priorities and decisions and involves a significant program of work and change initiatives across the Agency. The model will build and sustain a partnership based approach between People Partnerships Capability and Leaders that influences and proactively lifts the productivity and performance of PIRSA. About Us Primary Industries and Regions SA, as a key economic development agency of the South Australian Government, works across a diverse range of industry sectors including agriculture, livestock, forestry, fishing and aquaculture and regional development. We involve and engage with others to ensure we make good decisions, have clear policies, plan and implement effective programs, drive relevant projects, promote efficient resource use and broker shared responsibility. In this way we enable the State™s primary industry sectors and regions to remain competitive, productive and sustainable. Benefits At PIRSA, we offer our employees challenging and rewarding work with opportunities for career progression, learning and development and flexibility. Our Commitment to Diversity PIRSA is committed to building a flexible, diverse and inclusive culture, planning for and promoting diversity. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQ, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups. PIRSA recognises the benefits that such an approach brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of SA. Special Conditions This is a temporary term vacancy for up to 24 months. An appropriate qualification is desirable andor equivalent experience. Possession of a current driver™s licence and a willingness to drive is required. Out of hours work may be required. Enquiries Bruen Holman-Bates Phone 8429 0802 Email bruen.holman-batessa.gov.au Website www.pir.sa.gov.au Application requirements Applications must be submitted online via httpiworkfor.sa.gov.au, citing Reference Number 318868 If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit a Covering Letter (no more than 3 pages) outlining your skills and experience in relation to the Professional and Technical Knowledge, Strategic Focus and People Management capabilities of the role description and a current CV. Applicants must include the contact information of 3 current referees and a completed œPre-Employment Declaration in the SA Public Sector form. Applications Close 1 August 2018 Flexibility Statement The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.
Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
Chinese Bank - Mandarin Required Min 3 years recruiting exp in Australia for 100+ employees Report to COO. A leading Chinese Bank with strong presence across Australia has an opportunity for an experienced PayrollHR Officer to work with senior banking executives on payroll, recruiting and a diverse range of HR duties. As you will be submitting reports back to Head Office in mainland China, a sound knowlrdge of mainland Mandarin is essential. Ideal candidates will must have a minimum of 3 years payroll, recruiting and HR experiene in Australia in a 100+ employee firm. Exposure to various payroll systems will be highly regarded. For more information about this outstanding opportunity call PETER FLOOD on 02 8267 6500.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
To meet Modis™s continuously growing pipeline of work, we are looking for an IT Recruitment Lead Manager to join the team to support and drive our expanding business. This permanent position is for an immediate start based in our Barton, Canberra offices Key Responsibilities Ensure the fast delivery of quality resources for opportunities across all business units Coordination and Sourcing high quality talent using all available techniques Responsible for the delivery of other recruitment consultants in the team Ensuring the internal recruitment system is maintained with current, up to date and accurate information Creation and maintenance of talent pools to meet current and future demand Manage your individual performance with any issues to be escalated to your manager Manage the prioritisation of your workload Work closely with Account Managers, Business Developers and Client Relationship Managers to ensure demand for external candidates is captured Ensure best practice process is adhered to and quality expectations are met Create and maintain effective talent pools to ensure warm listed candidates are available Ensure there is sufficient talent available at all times to meet demand in identified core talent areas. Skills and Experience Proven experience in an IT Recruitment Lead role Exceptional headhunting experience i.e. LinkedIn searches, database searches etc Strong Canberra network of candidates contacts that can be drawn upon to fill assignments and generate referrals Excellent communication and relationship building skills Strong negotiation skills The ability to work in a fast paced environment What™s on offer? Talented, committed, can do individuals have always been the cornerstone of Modis™s business. We are a people focused organisation committed to diversity in our workforce. We offer competitive salary packages and staff benefits, the opportunity to work with exceptional leaders across a wide range of industries and collaborative and supportive work environment. œModis is an Equal Opportunity employer, committed to all forms of workforce inclusion. We actively invite and encourage applications by candidates from diverse backgrounds
Duntroon, Campbell ACT 2600, Australia
Modis is a national professional services company with global capability. Our committed and talented professionals have delivered world class IT and business Consulting services across a wide range of industries. As a member of global professional services group Ajilon, we offer world-class employment opportunities. Our reputation is our biggest strength and our clients engage us for our exceptional people, our strong ˜can-do™ approach and our continual focus on delivering practical solutions. We continue to succeed by engaging the best people, by ensuring our methods are current and relevant, and - above all - by understanding our clients and their businesses. About the Role Due to major wins and new projects nationally, we are currently seeking a Senior Recruitment Consultant to join our busy ACT team. As the successful candidate you will work closely with the ACT based Account Managers ensuring all recruitment demand is met, as well as support the National Recruitment Team with overflow and administrative duties as required. Duties Reporting to the Recruitment Team Leader your duties will include, but aren™t limited to Contribution to the delivery of suitable candidates for opportunities across all business units Supporting the delivery team ensuring recruitment demand SLAs are met Advertising via appropriate channels General recruitment activities such as conducting interviews, reference checks, performing database searches etc Management maintenance of Candidate Management System Scheduling and participating in candidate interviews Adherence to all national and client specific recruitment processes Prioritisation of your workload to assist with peaks in opportunities nationally Skills Experience To be considered for this opportunity you must possess the following skills and experience Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Strong negotiation and time management skills The ability to build meaningful relationships with key stakeholders The ability to work in a dynamic and demanding environment Culture Benefits Our people are the lifeblood of our business, and it is our people, irrefutably, who are our single biggest differentiator over other consulting organisations. At Ajilon, you will work for a highly successful growing organisation that offers national consulting opportunities and you will have the freedom to create your own success, as well as learning and development support in order to realise your potential. We invite you to apply below and learn more about diverse range of opportunities at Ajilon and what makes our workplace culture inspiring. At Modis you will also have access to our Faculty, which is a national initiative to provide professional development opportunities to our people. The Faculty vision is to support high quality, consistent, reliable performance of our people through training and knowledge sharing. Our objective is to provide professional development and technical training to as many Ajiloners as possible, focusing on core technical skills through certified training programs and generic soft skills development. How to apply Due to new privacy laws regarding the collection and handling of personal information, all applications must be submitted online. Once you click on the œapply for this job button below you will be directed to our Online Centre where you will have the opportunity to read and agree to our Privacy and Collection statements allowing your details to be formally lodged and processed correctly. Alternatively, if you would like more information on the role, please contact Tanya Calder on 02 6103 1800.
Duntroon, Campbell ACT 2600, Australia
Senior role focusing on strategy and planning Develop People Plans to Support Business Goals Coaching EGM and Executive Leadership team Location Sydney, NSW Application close date 2nd August 2018 Origin - Australias Leading Integrated Energy Company An integral part of Australia™s energy future, we explore, produce, generate and sell energy to power millions of Australian homes and businesses every day, keeping them going and growing. Origin offers exciting and rewarding career opportunities - from project management and leadership, to technical and engineering. Working for Origin can take you all over Australia - in the field, as well as in the office - or around the world. With global energy demand growing, Origin is looking for new ways to meet that need and create tomorrow™s energy solutions. It™s an exciting time to be a part of Origin. Weve changed the look of People and Culture - be part of a leading HR operational model This is a strategic partnering role that will require proven experience coaching executives who lead complex businesses. The Role A key position within our new PC structure, this opportunity will see you partner and consult with Origin Business Unit leaders, taking a brief from one of our Executive General Managers (EGM) and translating their commercial direction into a high-level Business Unit people plan. The role will focus on identifying opportunities, initiating, delivering results and working proactively to support people initiatives and strategies within the business unit and in the broader Origin context. You will utilise expertise in our People Culture Centres of Excellence to assist with the delivery of services. Responsibilities in this role will include Develop and implement the business unit people plans and strategies which are aligned to business objectives and the Origin-wide people strategy plan Design and implementation of a Culture and Engagement action plan Provide leadership coaching and expert advice on organisational design, maximising team potential, agility and meeting business needs Provide expert change management advice to leadership teams, support change management plans and processes ensuring that change is managed effectively Coach senior leaders on cultural, change and behavioural issues in accordance with Origins values and behaviours Advise business leaders on strategic people issues and share critical cultural insights to support effective change Lead organisational change projects Integral to supporting the function you really must understand the divisions business context Partner with executive and plan 3-5 year strategy Gather understand future business requirements for division within a minimum 12-24 month timeframe This is your opportunity to contribute to an Origin-wide people plan, whilst supporting the delivery of strong commercial outcomes through the development of your own people strategy for one of the most exciting parts of our business. Is This You? Experience in strategy development and implementation Have strong commercial acumen, previous experience in leading or running your own business is desirable with a broad understanding of business complexities Development and execution of high quality change and communication plans Excellent track record in change leadership and process methodologies Experience in organisation design, change communication and complex stakeholder management Demonstrated track record in role modelling constructive behaviours and excellent relationship building skills Strong strategic flexible influencing capability We embrace the diversity of our people and flexible working arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities that we serve. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply. Make an impact on Australias Energy Future If dynamic and challenging career opportunities and workplace flexibility are important to you, go with the employer that thinks differently. For more information contact Iain Pratt on 03 86 657 325. Job Requisition 66807
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
About Us SustainDigital is a boutique digital recruitment agency, based in the CBD in Sydney. We have a successful brand with over 10 years in the local market, and a team of highly experienced recruitment consultants with individual specialisations. Due to high demand from our clients and subsequent growth plans for 20182019, we are looking to hire a number of Recruitment Consultants with 12 months plus experience to join our dynamic digital team. Experience within Digital marketing, Experience design or Mobile development would be extremely favourable. Are you finding your current recruitment company lacking in structure, support, training, or earning potential? Do you enjoy recruitment, but are wondering about the long term potential? If so, we are the business for you. We have several desks available across the digital spectrum, working closely with 2 highly experienced managers who have extensive market knowledge and client relationships to leverage off. We provide full training, exciting career progression opportunities, weekly, monthly and quarterly incentives and uncapped earning potential. Our office environment is relaxed yet structured, with a casual dress code and a high energy vibe. Essentially, you will receive all the support and structure a Consultant requires, coupled with an environment that gives you the freedom and autonomy and importantly the support to run your business within ours. What are we looking for? 12 months + previous recruitment experience(any vertical) Contract or Perm Genuine passion and interest in recruitment, with that inner drive to be successful and be the best Confident, well presented and commercial, you are client facing and switched on FUN Someone who wants to have a laugh and enjoys the high energy and excitement of a busy recruitment sales floor What do we offer you? salary up to 65,000 - 90,000 + Super + Commissions Existing desk with clients and candidate contacts for immediate contact A FUN, outgoing, high energy and social team environment Superb training and development program that ensures your success VISA transfers Weekly and monthly team events such as lunch clubs, sporting days, sailing on the harbour, and overseas holiday targets
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia