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Head of HR, Operations - ANZ (12 month contract)

Accolade Wines is the world™s leading provider of New World premium, commercial and value wines our Hardys brand is the most powerful Australian wine brand in the world. We sell our wines in over 100 countries and have more than 1,600 dedicated employees in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Europe, Asia, North America and South Africa and we make some of the world™s best known brands. With employment opportunities that range from the vine to the glass, this is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and enthusiastic HR professional to join our team. You will be joining the business at an exciting time with a recent change in ownership and the appointment of a new Executive Chairman. As a result, the business is undertaking a large strategic review which will result in significant transformation and change. Reporting to the Global General Manager, People and Communications based in Sydney, and working closely with senior leaders in both the Australian and New Zealand business to advise on all HR matters and implement the strategic and tactical HR plan aligned to the overall business strategy. In this role you will manage the Australia and New Zealand Operations HR processes and frameworks (performance management, salary review and bonus). Including Partner with the business and provide strategic people leadership advice to the Leadership Team to continuously enhance people and business results. Proactively influence, coach and challenge all people related activity. Act as an ambassador for and facilitate organisational capability initiatives e.g. leadership and team development, succession planning and talent management initiatives. Enhance people management capability through coaching and development of the leadership team, building skills, knowledge and competencies on all issues relating to people and organisation. Provide expert guidance and advice to diagnose, plan and implement organisational design and provide knowledge, tools and support to enable this to happen. Develop the people change management strategy and oversee effective implementation. Contribute to the strategic direction of the business unit and the people and communications function by leading and contributing, as required, to cross-functional projects and policy development. Provide expert guidance and advice to diagnose, plan and implement organisational design and provide knowledge, tools and support to enable this to happen. Shape and influence the delivery of the people strategy through business leaders. Together with the Leadership Team, manage resource planning and forecasting. Responsible for all Enterprise Bargaining Agreements including setting strategy, communicating to the business, seeking relevant approval and negotiating. Ensure timely and accurate provision of HRMI and data trends to the business in order to make informed decisions, development programs and frameworks to develop management and leadership skills and drive employee engagement. Our strong preference is that you will be located at our winery and manufacturing site in Berri, however, we will also consider applications from strong candidates located in either the Barossa or Adelaide with the understanding that frequent travel will be required. A Degree in Human Resources is highly preferred and a driver™s licence is essential. You will be required to travel within Australia and occasionally overseas. At Accolade Wines our name is our motto, so here™s to you ¦ and here™s to your future. Sound like your kind of drop? Please apply on our website at httpsjobs.accolade-wines.com to submit your cover letter and CV by Friday, 31st August 2018. Only applications received through this website will be accepted. No agencies or recruiters please. Only applicants selected for the interview process will be contacted.

location Adelaide SA 5161, Australia


Head of HR, Operations - ANZ (12 month contract)

Accolade Wines is the world™s leading provider of New World premium, commercial and value wines our Hardys brand is the most powerful Australian wine brand in the world. We sell our wines in over 100 countries and have more than 1,600 dedicated employees in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Europe, Asia, North America and South Africa and we make some of the world™s best known brands. With employment opportunities that range from the vine to the glass, this is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and enthusiastic HR professional to join our team. You will be joining the business at an exciting time with a recent change in ownership and the appointment of a new Executive Chairman. As a result, the business is undertaking a large strategic review which will result in significant transformation and change. Reporting to the Global General Manager, People and Communications based in Sydney, and working closely with senior leaders in both the Australian and New Zealand business to advise on all HR matters and implement the strategic and tactical HR plan aligned to the overall business strategy. In this role you will manage the Australia and New Zealand Operations HR processes and frameworks (performance management, salary review and bonus). Including Partner with the business and provide strategic people leadership advice to the Leadership Team to continuously enhance people and business results. Proactively influence, coach and challenge all people related activity. Act as an ambassador for and facilitate organisational capability initiatives e.g. leadership and team development, succession planning and talent management initiatives. Enhance people management capability through coaching and development of the leadership team, building skills, knowledge and competencies on all issues relating to people and organisation. Provide expert guidance and advice to diagnose, plan and implement organisational design and provide knowledge, tools and support to enable this to happen. Develop the people change management strategy and oversee effective implementation. Contribute to the strategic direction of the business unit and the people and communications function by leading and contributing, as required, to cross-functional projects and policy development. Provide expert guidance and advice to diagnose, plan and implement organisational design and provide knowledge, tools and support to enable this to happen. Shape and influence the delivery of the people strategy through business leaders. Together with the Leadership Team, manage resource planning and forecasting. Responsible for all Enterprise Bargaining Agreements including setting strategy, communicating to the business, seeking relevant approval and negotiating. Ensure timely and accurate provision of HRMI and data trends to the business in order to make informed decisions, development programs and frameworks to develop management and leadership skills and drive employee engagement. Our strong preference is that you will be located at our winery and manufacturing site in Berri, however, we will also consider applications from strong candidates located in either the Barossa or Adelaide with the understanding that frequent travel will be required. A Degree in Human Resources is highly preferred and a driver™s licence is essential. You will be required to travel within Australia and occasionally overseas. At Accolade Wines our name is our motto, so here™s to you ¦ and here™s to your future. Sound like your kind of drop? Please apply on our website at httpsjobs.accolade-wines.com to submit your cover letter and CV by Friday, 31st August 2018. Only applications received through this website will be accepted. No agencies or recruiters please. Only applicants selected for the interview process will be contacted.

location Gerard SA 5343, Australia


Human Resources Advisor

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented and experienced Human Resources Advisor to be part of our high performing team based in Smithton. You will be seen as a trusted advisor in the People and Capability team and partner with our Managers to implement our people strategy and drive programs of work aligning with our business™s strategic priorities. You will be responsible for HR and IR related activities such as industrial relations, coachingdeveloping managers and employees, performance reward, role design, optimisation of labour, succession planning and employee engagement initiatives. As the Human Resources Advisor, you will work within a wide range of existing people, policy and systems. What you will bring Strong experience in a Human Resources role ideally within a FMCG environment backed by formal qualifications in Human Resources or equivalent. Broad experience in the provision of generalist HR support in the areas of, talent management, employee relations, remuneration and compensation and HR policy development. Exceptional planning, decision making and problem solving ability. Excellent communication skills with a demonstrated ability to be able to influence across a broad range of people and teams and comfortable working with senior leaders. Ability to work autonomously whilst being a part of a matrix organisation and Regional HR team. Ability to facilitate investigations, disciplinary, termination and redundancy processes. Please contact us at humanresourcesmccain.com.au for a position description. Applications including a resume, cover letter, and proof of identity (eg. Birth Certificate and Drivers Licence or Passport) should be submitted via our website by close of business Sunday 9th September, 2018

location Marrawah TAS 7330, Australia


Global Mobility Advisor

Seeking an experienced Global Mobility specialist with a strong understanding of legislation and governance Enjoy flexibility, family friendly work practices and a strong team culture Based in Edinburgh Parks, SA or Williamstown, Vic At BAE Systems, our advanced defence technology protects people and national security, and keeps critical information and infrastructure secure. For over 65 years we have searched for new ways to provide our customers in Australia with a competitive edge across the air, maritime, land and cyber domains. We employ a skilled workforce of some 3,500 people at over 25 locations across Australia, and work closely with local partners to support economic development by transferring knowledge, skills and technology. Our work helps keep Australia safe and contributes to creating a more prosperous and innovative nation. We are excited to invite applications for an experienced Global Mobility Advisor to join the Human Resources team. The Global Mobility Advisor works as part of the Reward, Ethics, Mobility and Analytics team and is responsible for all aspects of global mobility for the Australia business. In terms of more specific responsibilities, the role will Proactively manage all aspects of the assignment life cycle for BAE Systems Australias globally mobile population Work with human resource business partners, business leaders and global mobility colleagues from across the global enterprise to advise on different mobility approaches and deliver a consistent and compliant service in line with global policies Consult with the business to design mobility packages, undertake assignment cost projections and advise on all aspects of process Coordinate and manage all outsourced services and providers including but not limited to immigration, relocation and tax Be responsible for all aspects of governance and compliance including immigration, and coordination of end of financial year and tax compliance activities Act as a consistent point of contact for assignees throughout their assignment Keep up-to-date with and provide updates to the business on changes such as immigration and tax that impact mobility operations Continuously improve existing processes, templates and systems Act as an escalation point for domestic mobility issues Develop an awareness of other activities undertaken within the reward team to assist at times of peak volume As the ideal applicant you will have Demonstrated experience in a global mobility role managing international assignees Experience with expatriate compensation methodologies An understanding of Australian income tax compliance requirements and implications The ability to work in a global team across time zones Excellent communication skills, with the ability to communicate with people from different levels across the organisation and to explain complex principles to employees Solid organisational skills with a strong attention to detail and high level of accuracy Applications should be addressed to Lesley Mackman, Senior Recruitment Specialist Please ensure you attach a current resume and copy of your relevant qualification(s) to your application. A cover letter is preferred. At BAE Systems, we have a strong safety, health and environmental culture employee safety and well-being is a top priority. We also maintain a genuine commitment to diversity and inclusion and to training and development, offer competitive benefits and enjoy a family friendly work place with flexible work practices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. To learn about other employment opportunities at BAE Systems, please visit BAE Systems Careers Australia BAE Systems Australia employees are encouraged to refer others for employment in line with the conditions of the Employee Referral Scheme. Further information regarding clearances is available at httpscareers.au.baesystems.comopportunity.html

location Stop RAAF Base - North side, Edinburgh SA 5111, Australia


HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

Are you looking for the next Adventure? Aurukun is located in the top end of beautiful Sunny QLD just 100 km south of Weipa. The Position- HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER As a Qualified Human Resources Manager you will work alongside a fantastic team. Aurukun is a close knit community. The position will give you a variety and rewarding work cycle. This position with take you to a Remote part of Australia where you can enjoy, fishing, camping, 4WD and the great outdoors. On Offer Human Resources Manager Negotiable Salary Package PLUS Locality Allowance PLUS Super 5 Weeks Annual Leave PLUS 12 days Personal Leave PLUS 8 Days Isolation Leave FULLY FURNISHED Accommodation HEAVILY Subsidised 1 Return Flight to Cairns p.a. Access to a Pool Car to travel to Weipa - 2 hrs drive to Weipa Position Requirements To be successful in this position, you will have Tertiary Qualification, AHRI Certification or equivalent experience in Human Resources Cert IV Work Health and Safety or equivalent experience Cert IV Training and Assessing advantageous but not essential An understanding of Aboriginal Torres Straight Islander cultures, with ability to communicate effectively with sensitivity with Indigenous people and knowledge or Aboriginal Culture and customs Capacity to demonstrate a high level of commitment to interact positivity in a remote Aboriginal community. Ideally, experience working in local Government and understanding of legislations. Human Resources Manager for over 120 staff. Experience Personal Attributes Demonstrated Human Resource Management experience including the setup of a Human Resources framework and strategic plan Demonstrated ability to undertake operational generalist HR duties plus provide strategic advice and guidance to senior management A sound understanding of the training and development including apprenticeships, traineeships, funding and Job Service Agencies A passion for the personal development of staff to assist them to reach their full potential and capacity building A solid understanding of WHS compliance and reporting requirements An ability to understand and interpret legislation and develop and interpret industrial instruments Strong interpersonal and communication skills with ability to negotiate, conflict manage and diffuse volatile situations Ability to work independently and as part of a team to achieve positive outcomes Computer literacy particularly Microsoft Office Suite of programs Please APPLY NOW If you fit the Criteria. Please APPLY with Resumes in Word Format. About us Frontline™s Construction division specialises in Contracts Management, Estimating, ForepersonsSupervisors, Health Safety and Environment roles, Management, Planning and Scheduling, Plant and Machinery operating, Project Management, Quality Assurance and Control and Surveying roles. Frontline Trades and Services division specialises in Air Conditioning Refrigeration, Automotive, Building Trades, Carpentry Cabinet Making, Cleaning, Electrical, Fitters Turners Machinists, Horticulture, Landscaping, Locksmithing, Maintenance Facilities Management, Painting Sign Writing, Plumbing, Printing Publishing, Welders Boiler Makers, Service Technicians Security Services. Frontline Recruitment Group was established in 1995 and is made up of Industry specific verticals with specialist consultants working to help match great candidates with great career opportunities. To apply online, please click on the apply button. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Ingrid Bloom at Frontline Construction on 0404 262 578 or via ibloomfrontlineconstruction.com.au, otherwise please check out our website for other available positions. www.frontlineconstruction.com.au CANBERRA SYDNEY BRISBANE MELBOURNE PERTH

location Blackbull QLD 4871, Australia


Sales Force Training Manager

About us Tupperware Australia and New Zealand is part of the global organisation, Tupperware Brands Corporation and is a direct selling company operating in over 100 countries around the world and listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Tupperware offers thousands of people in Australia and New Zealand a way to set up and run their own business, working their own hours and controlling their own income. With over 60 years™ experience in helping people achieve their dreams through the Tupperware Business Opportunity, Tupperware is about more than just great products that set new standards in quality and design it™s also about changing people™s lives through entrepreneurship, determination and personal development. About the opportunity We are seeking a passionate and experienced Trainer to maximise the performance and effectiveness of our sales force. Working closely with the National Sales Director, and our Regional Sales Managers, no two days will ever be the same Responsibilities Identify training needs for Tupperware Australia and New Zealand™s Consultants, Managers and Directors Develop new and specific training programs for all levels of the salesforce from onboarding programs for new Consultants and Managers, to Leadership Development for Executive Managers Write and produce new training material including film scripts, manuals, eLearning modules and other programmes Co-ordinate and document research for training projects Facilitate training sessions at Individual Distributorship level and at Tupperware run events Co-ordinate resources and props required for training events and filming Liase with training providers, event companies and venues to ensure events run to schedule and budget Submit regular reports and feedback to National Sales Director “ analyse and understand key performance indicator trends Ensure training is delivered in a consistent manner, in line with Tupperware policies, principles and philosophies About you To be successful in this role you will ideally have Certificate IV in training or other relevant qualification Experience in direct selling industry (ideal but not essential) Proven ability to lead and motivate others Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal with the ability to target different audiences and personality styles Proven experience with writing an facilitating training courses for a sales team Engaging presentation style Excellent project management skills Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint In return we can offer you¦ A supportive work environment Career opportunities within a global organisation Generous staff discount on our fabulous product If you feel you meet the above criteria and wish to take the leap and become part of the Tupperware team, please forward a copy of your current resume along with a covering letter outlining how you meet the requirements, and how you feel you can add value to this role. We look forward to hearing from you We would like to thank all applicants in advance for their interest in the role and time taken to apply however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please direct any queries to Anne Beaton HR Manager via email - annebeatonTupperware.com

location Mountain Gate Dr, Ferntree Gully VIC 3156, Australia


Learning and Development Coordinator

About Ashurst Ashurst is a leading global law firm with a history spanning almost 200 years, and clear strategy for our future growth. Our in-depth understanding of our clients and commitment to providing exceptional standards of service have seen us become a trusted adviser to local and global corporates, financial institutions and governments in all areas of commercial law. To find out more please visit here. DepartmentRole Overview The global Learning and Organisational Development (LOD) team is a centralised team predominantly based in Australia and the UK. The team works as one team, providing the same high quality learning experience and global offerings to our people in 25 offices around the world. The LD Coordinator is a broad support role that includes the coordination of LOD programmes and initiatives. The role will assist with administration, project planning, establishment of schedules, coordination of resources and facilitators, and the preparation of materials. This role will use technology that supports LOD including learning management systems, and other software for the development and facilitation of online learning. This role will often be the first point of contact for LOD programme participants and may be a first contact point for LOD queries and requests from staff globally. The wider LOD team is part of the HR function and is responsible for a range of learning and development programmes, projects and services including professional skills development for all levels from vacation clerks to partner and business support staff across the firm. The LD Coordinator needs strong attention to detail, and the ability to manage competing tasks and deadlines in a busy environment. They must have exceptional communication and project coordination skills, and the ability to work collaboratively in a virtual team. A full job description can be found on our careers page. Essential skills and experience Experience in a learning coordination role Ability to use and quickly learn new IT systems and learning technology Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite Project and event coordination experience Collaborative team player with a can-do attitude Clear communicator who can easily raise and discuss issues as needed Forward thinker who is able to plan ahead proactively Outstanding attention to detail and responsiveness Outstanding client service orientation Desired skills and experience Professional services or corporate experience, preferably in a LOD related role Understanding of the legal environment and lawyers work practices Experience using Learning Management Systems Experience developing e-Learning using rapid authoring tools, such as Articulate Our Culture is shaped by our core values of Collaboration, Excellence, Innovation, Integrity and Accountability. They guide how we relate with each other, our clients, our behaviour.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Senior Leadership Development Consultant

Who is Maximus? Maximus is one of the top leadership consultancies specialising in transforming organisations from the inside out. For over a decade we have been busy redefining the way leaders think, feel and act in medium and large enterprise.We exist to move minds, transform businesses and leave a legacy of proven value. We go above and beyond to ensure that every organisation, and leader within, evolves and becomes better as a result of our connection. The Opportunity As a result of our continued growth and success, an opportunity exists for a Senior Consultant to join our Melbourne team. You will be consulting with, designing and delivering solutions across multiple clients and multiple sites around Australia. To design and deliver impactful Leadership Development solutions, which embrace a holistic view of the organisation, the environment and the leaders, to achieve organisational transformation and change Work as part of the Maximus team to develop learning approaches and strategies that are customised to meet our clients need and expectations Facilitation and delivery of programs to leaders of all levels using an engaging and impactful style Manage multiple clients, projects and timelines with positive client outcomes Sustain positive stakeholder engagement and work alongside clients to manage and facilitate the programs The Requirements Highly engaging, able to connect and build relationships with clients quickly An interpersonal style that will engage and sustain the interest of diverse audiences across the life-cycle of a program An innovative thinker, who creates client solutions with a mindset of continuous improvement and creativity Enjoys the flexibility of working collaboratively but also independently Relevant qualifications across either Psychology, Organisational Development or a Business-related discipline Organisational Development and group facilitation experience is essential Proven track record of success in a similar role - ideally experience in a similar consulting firm We have created a stimulating and unique working environment where the rewards, both professional and personal, are exemplary. This role would suit someone who wants a career in consulting and wants to progress. We offer competitive salary and have a policy of ongoing development. For further information about Maximus please visit our website at www.maximus.com.au Please call Lucy Domingue for a confidential discussion about this opportunity on +61 2 9216 2800 or email Lucy.Dominguemaximus.com.au

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Workplace Trainer

We are Youfoodz the innovative fresh meal company that believes everyone can save a little time cooking¦by not cooking Our mission is simple. We believe in freedom and we think people deserve more of it. We want people to experience a little more life and do more of what they love. By taking over the grocery shopping, cooking and cleaning, we can save the average person up to 15 hours a week A fresh opportunity has emerged in our People and Culture team for a highly engaging, people focused Workplace Trainer We have exceptionally skilled subject matter experts who have built safety, compliance and SOP content “ now we need a dedicated trainer to deliver it We™re looking for someone who is engaging and flexible in their delivery of training. You are someone who easily builds rapport with a broad range of stakeholders and can quickly identify the needs and expectations of your training cohort. We have a diverse employee base operating shifts across a 247 manufacturing environment. You will enjoy flexibility in this role to ensure you can deliver training across all shift patterns. Key success indicators and responsibilities Facilitating training across multiple disciplines Planning and preparing for training by liaising with key stakeholders Developing a strong understanding of business requirements Planning and completing competency assessments Maintaining training records and reporting To be successful in this role you must have Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Strong communication skills Demonstrated training experience within productionmanufacturing environment highly desirable Dynamic and engaging training style Current Drivers Licence Were a energetic and talented crew at Youfoodz. Our success to date is testament to the team we have established “ we all roll-up our sleeves and put 110 heart and soul into everything we do. Youll get to work with a team that says YES to new ideas, a team that is all about innovation, continuous improvement and challenging the status quo. Come and join us at Australias fastest growing fresh meal company Be part of the Youfoodz story “ APPLY NOW by submitting a resume and cover letter detailing why we should look no further Extra points for creative delivery

location Brisbane St, Silver Spring, MD 20902, USA


Senior Health and Safety Environment and Quality (HSEQ) Advisor

We are looking for a full time experienced Senior HSEQ Advisor for our Far North Queensland Operations. This position is based in Cairns and is not a FIFO position. The successful applicant will be reliable, able to communicate well with others and will report to the HSEQ Manager Cairns Key Responsibilities Promote a positive safety culture and provide training, coaching and performance feedback where necessary to ensure specified requirements are being met Coordinate the business™s health, safety, environment and quality management system Manage environmental issuesmatters on vessels and at shore side facilities Assist as required with the Return to Work for employees through their injury management programs Liaise as required with a range of internal and external stakeholders including Government regulators authorities Maintain an understanding of current and potential health and safety legislation, codes of practices, Australian standards, and requirements impacting or likely to impact on Sea Swift Manage the end of month reporting process for the business and other reports has directed Well-developed problem-solving skills Develop and promote a positive safety culture with all remote depotsvessels Assist with the coordination of the Safe for Work process SkillsQualifications Demonstrated Experience in a Senior HSEQ Role for at least 5 years Relevant qualifications in Occupational Health Safety Sound knowledge and understanding of Occupational Health Safety and Workers Compensation legislation, regulations, standards and codes of practice, Marine Legislation. Excellent communication skills “ both verbal and written. Sound report writing skills Sound Knowledge of Microsoft office applications High motivation and excellent work ethics Ability to work as a member of a dynamic HSEQ Team Sea Swift has a zero tolerance to drugs and alcohol in the Workplace. All new employees will be required to undergo a drug and alcohol pre-employment screening. Please forward your resume to careersseaswift.com.au or post to PO Box 6755 Cairns QLD 4870 Note Only successful applicants shall be contacted.

location Barron Gorge QLD 4870, Australia


People & Development Manager | FTC

Holding Redlich is a progressive national law firm with an open, caring and supportive culture. We value our people and offer an environment of genuine professional support and opportunities for growth and development. The role We are a high performing People Development team and have an opportunity for an experienced People Development (Human Resources) Manager to join our Sydney office on a fixed termparental leave contract. The contract will commence in early October and run for 12 months. The role will provide generalist operational People Development management advice and support. As a key member of the PD team you will also assist the Head of People Development with the development and implementation of strategic projects and HR related programs to ensure the firms current and future People Development requirements are met. The key responsibilities of this role will include Act as a point of contact for all PD enquiries Develop strong working relationships with Partners, professional and business support staff Provide operational HR advice and support relating to employment conditions, legislation and other HR matters Work with partners and senior management to develop their HR capability, knowledge and skills Prepare and manage all employment contracts Maintain effective employee records management Ensure policy documents are maintained and updated as required Work with the Partners and the Recruitment Manager in relation to recruitment and selection Ensure compliance with the Firms recruitment guidelines and equal employment opportunity legislation. Liaise with other Business Services teams as required, promoting a supportive and inclusive culture. Maintain an effective knowledge base of HR best practice and IRER legislation. Report on performance review and counselling metrics. Support the business to ensure the feedback and development process is applied and undertaken in a timely manner. Work alongside the People Development Managers nationally on people projects. Supervise Float Secretaries, Receptionist, Mailroom and Catering Staff and WP Operator. Supervise and mentor the People Development Officer Your skills and experience To succeed in this role you will need Demonstrated experience as a People Development professional in a law firm or professional servicescorporate environment Excellent verbal communication skills interpersonal skills Strong written communication presentation skills Excellent organisational and time management skills with the ability to work effectively under pressure Understands the importance of integrity and privacy Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources is essential What we offer Holding Redlich also offers a range of benefits including an extensive in-house learning and development program, health wellbeing initiatives and regular social events. For a confidential discussion concerning this opportunity please contact Zoe Discombe, National Recruitment Manager on 03 9321 9802 or at zoe.discombeholdingredlich.com To apply please click on the Apply button and complete our online application. Unsolicited applications or enquiries from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Remuneration & Benefits Manager

Reporting to the General Manager of Human Resources, the successful candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing a best practice remuneration process including job evaluation methodology and transforming our benefits programs. Main responsibilities Develop and implement a best practice remuneration process including job evaluation methodology The coordination of companywide remuneration programs including executive remuneration, total rewards, short and long-term incentives and performance frameworks that align with the attraction, retention and capability requirements of the business Review and align incentives across the Group to ensure our team members are fully aligned to our current and future objectives and are rewarded appropriately Be an integral contributor to the delivery of the annual remuneration review process Providing timely and accurate remuneration information and reporting for market benchmarking, financial accruals and payments within corporate governance The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications and experience Tertiary qualifications in Business, Commerce, Economics, Mathematics, Human Resources, or a related discipline or equivalent knowledge and experience Experienced in applying complex remuneration knowledge including international salary and benefits practices Strong stakeholder management skills Excellent communication skills to discuss and interpret complex data for all audiences Highly numeric and analytical with the ability to consolidate and interpret complex data Advanced Excel skills Ability to work autonomously whilst proactively managing multiple competing priorities Why SNP? In April 2018, SNP joined the Certis Group, Asia™s leading advanced integrated security services provider. This relationship will provide the Australian market with enhanced expertise in service excellence frameworks, innovation and technology, hence creating greater added value for our customers. Check us out If this role interests you please do not delay and click on the Apply button now to submit your application. SNP Security promotes diversity in the workplace through our DiversityInclusion initiative and via our Indigenous partnership with Corroboree Security. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply for this role.

location Sydney NSW 2114, Australia


Professional Services Consultant

SumTotal Australia and New Zealand is the leading provider of e-Learning and Performance Management solutions, which enhance organisational and extended enterprise workforce learning and performance. We currently have a Sydney based opportunity for a Professional Services Consultant, with a track record in assisting organisations implement and deploy Learning Management Systems andor HRMS Systems. The position offers a unique opportunity in a growing market to work in a professional team to deliver high quality solutions for leading organisations. To achieve success and enjoyment in this role, you will possess the following. Prior Experience and Qualifications Qualification in business-related discipline Experience of about 3 years of client facing experience including Interacting professionally and proactively liaising with clients. Conducting customer workshops and training. Ability to identify opportunities for further consulting services. Consulting and Facilitation Skills Business analysis and consulting skills for deployment of Learning and Performance Management Systems (LPMS) including understanding business requirements and configuring the Learning and Performance Management systems to meet the requirements. Conduct and develop collateral for face to face software training for customers (LPMS). Interpersonal Skills Positive and confident communication style with well developed meeting facilitation skills. A commitment to providing the highest quality of customer service. Highly motivated, intuitive and creative. Ability to contribute to a positive team. environment and motivate others during project work. Analytical and problem resolution skills. Technology Skills Good understanding of the technology requirements for implementing web based enterprise wide applications. Programming Skills (ASP .Net, PHP, Java) and knowledge of Database Skills (SQL Server Oracle) will be highly regarded. Experience with Learning Management Systems (LMS), AICC andor SCORM compliance will be advantageous. You will be exposed to ongoing training and development within a consultative team environment. Some travel may be involved but you will normally be based at our modern, spacious and centrally located offices.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


General Manager - Human Resources

Our client has serviced the Victorian community for over 25 years, providing support and high quality aged care services to people from a diverse range of backgrounds. With a focus on cultural diversity and inclusion, people are at the heart and core of everything they do. With approximately 700 staff across multiple sites the organisation works true to its values of compassion, respect, positivity and to provide the best care possible to staff, residents and families. Reporting to the CEO, the General Manager of Human Resources will provide leadership and support to the HR team and organisation in cultural change, capability building, IR, risk management and generalist HR functions. With a strategic focus the GM of HR will also have vision for the future and work closely with the CEO on refreshing the HR strategy in line with organisational strategy, developing long term partnerships as well as strategic workforce planning. The GM HR will also work closely with the leaders on initiatives to develop high performing teams and liaise with the board in relation to the HR function. Tertiary qualified in Human Resources or related, the successful General Manager of Human Resources will have significant experience as a senior leader and have been involved with embedding the HR function in a business as a true partner. Previous experience developing and delivering the HR strategy and a strong business acumen will be essential. Industry experience may include aged care, health, NFP sectors. Adaptability, strong communication and influencing skills, team focused and someone who is prepared to help others when in need will be key to the success of this role. To be a part of this community focused organisation and work with passionate driven people please apply by visiting the Davidson website (www.davidsonwp.com) or alternatively to have a confidential conversation, please contact Sandra Kerr on 03 9929 9528.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Learning & Development Coordinator

Sitting within our global Knowledge Learning team, our LD team supports the development of our people to perform to their greatest potential. The team works collaboratively and innovatively across practice groups and functions to deliver learning solutions to our people and our clients and to support strategic firm projects. The team is committed to the career development of all our people and provides support through training, coaching and mentoring opportunities. The Knowledge and Learning team in our Melbourne office have a current opening for a Leaning Development Coordinator. This is a full time, permanent opportunity. You will provide excellent administrative support to the national LD team(e.g. calendar management, budget coding, meeting coordination) and assist in the coordination of the LD programs nationally. Day to day, your role will also include Keep accurate training records in Learning Site and monitor email inbox Collate evaluations of training conducted and send feedback to presenters Update National Induction materials and records as required Work with Professional Support Lawyers to coordinate legal learning programs for each practice group To be successful in this role, you will have a strong interest in Learning Development activities and learning generally. Previous experience in an administration role in a corporate environment would be highly regarded. You will also be highly organised with strong attention to detail. You will also have Intermediate level of proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel Previous experience with databases (including Learning Management Systems) essential Excellent client service skills Ability to work in a national, dispersed team Proven ability to work autonomously Ability to manage processes with minimal supervision Displays good judgment and problem solving abilities Enthusiastic and shows initiative Diversity Inclusion We aim to have a diverse, innovative culture where high performance, client focus and highly engaged people are our differentiator and where we celebrate the uniqueness of our people. Our firm is made up of people with a range of experience and backgrounds. We strive to ensure that our inclusive environment means our people feel valued and able to perform at their best by being their authentic selves at work. We know that our future success not only depends on being innovative and progressive in the changing legal market but, most importantly, on our people feeling engaged. We understand that our people have commitments and personal interests outside of work and we strive to create an agile working environment based on mutual trust and respect, in which people can perform at their best whilst maintaining sustainable balance across their work and non-work lives. To Apply Interested applicants who meet the criteria can apply by clicking on the Apply link. We appreciate the time and effort invested in compiling your application. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


General Manager - Workplace Health and Safety

National Personnel Administration Permanent Full Time General Manager WHS Full Time Permanent Opportunity Transformational Change Environment Lead the development of a national WHS team for The Salvation Army Based in Redfern, Sydney or Blackburn, Melbourne with some interstate travel Over the past year The Salvation Army (TSA) has been working towards joining the two existing Eastern and Southern territories into one unified organisation under the leadership of a National Commander. This will deliver a single Australia territory with an aligned vision, united voice, stronger partnerships, better stewardship, and the ability to make an even greater impact on the many people who depend on our services. For the first time in its Australian history TSA are building a national and unified Human Resources Team, providing services across Australia. In doing this the HR team are seeking to further enhance its service delivery in HR and WHS and invest in a range of strategic programs to support the development of its people. We are seeking to engage a General Manager WHS to develop and manage a National WHS function for The Salvation Army (TSA) that will lead the development of new nationally consistent policies, processes and systems. This position will lead a team of WHS specialists to effectively identify and manage WHS risks, injuries and Workers Compensation claims, deploy prevention and training initiatives and report on key WHS indicators. The GM WHS will report to the Chief Human Resources Officer, and will be part of the HR leadership team. The role will be responsible for the following Develop a national WHS strategy. Lead the implementation and evaluation of the WHS strategy across all divisions and enterprises ensuring consistency of practice is achieved and that best practice WHS management is undertaken across TSA. Provide leadership, direction and expert counsel to the CHRO and Cabinet on best practice WHS management, emerging trends and legislative compliance. For this role you will have at least 15 years™ experience in WHS leading a large or national WHS team. The position will be located in Melbourne or Sydney and may require interstate travel. For questions about the role please contact Bronwyn Cox on 0438 210 317. To apply for the position please submit your resume and cover letter via the ˜apply now™ link. How to Apply - External Applicants 1. Click the Apply Now button 2. Click the Register Apply button to complete the online form and application Enquiries Bronwyn Cox Ph Applications Close 24082018 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.

location Bondi Junction Train Station, Oxford St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022, Australia


Senior HR Advisor - Remuneration & Analytics

Our purpose is to provide innovative and low cost solutions across the mining infrastructure supply chain, by operating with integrity and respect, working in partnership with our clients, our customers, our people and the community. Our people are central to our success and demonstrate our vision to be recognised as one of the great Australian companies and a leading provider of innovative and sustainable mining services. What you can expect from MRL Due to our continued growth through 2018 and beyond, we are seeking an experienced Senior HR Advisor “ Remuneration Analytics to join our Applecross based team. Reporting to our Human Resources Shared Services Manager, you will be responsible for driving business performance by enabling access to real-time, meaningful HR metrics and delivering a remuneration and benefits framework aligned to the organisation™s growth strategy. In this role you will be responsible for creating and managing HR architecture in remuneration and reward, HR reporting and HR analytics. What we expect from YOU Develop and maintain organisation-wide remuneration programs including white and blue collar remuneration, employee benefits and our executive remuneration and incentive programs Provide expert advice and support to the business and HR Advisory team on the development of robust performance frameworks to drive employee development, progression and reward decisions Undertake market research to ensure the business has access to the most appropriate data to ensure market competitiveness Create HR reporting systems on lead and lag data to enable our people managers to access to real-time information to support in sound people decisions Support business development and tender activities by providing input to labour costing information on bids Maintain and foster a working environment which prompts safety in all that we do, whilst also providing outstanding service What YOU will bring Previous experience using SAP is essential, PageUp experienced is desired A sound understanding of the remuneration environment in mining and construction in Western Australia, including current market trends and issues Strong data analytics skills and advanced capability in Microsoft excel The ability to clearly communicate complex information to various levels within the organisation A desire to work collaboratively with multiple stakeholders A creative approach to problem solving What MRL offers YOU One Team - Work in a supportive, diverse team environment, with generous employee benefits on offer including chain store discounts and salary sacrificing options High Performing “ A workplace that lives and breathes a strong safety culture, with life of mine projects extending 20+ years Entrepreneurial - Genuine career development opportunities If you believe that you have the necessary attitude and skills for this role, apply now for a confidential chat with our Recruitment Team. Shortlisting will commence immediately. Please note that no agency applications will be accepted at this time, unless specifically requested. Mineral Resources Limited is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to apply. This role is eligible for the MRL internal referral program. About MRL As an ASX 200 and perennial high performing company, Mineral Resources Limited (MRL) is an Australian based leader in the performance and delivery of diversified mining services and minerals processing, underpinned by a growing world-class portfolio of mining operations across multiple commodities including iron ore and lithium.

location Brand Dr, Bentley WA 6102, Australia


Team Leader - Workforce Scheduling

We are Symmetry Human Resources, and we arent like the others. We truly value the candidate experience, from the point of advertisement through to when you start your new position and beyond. We pride ourselves on our candidate care, and we treat people like human beings. About the Role We are recruiting on behalf of a leader in the facilities services space. They are big players in the industry and have an excellent work culture. This is an awesome role and the company is big so there is loads of room for progression too The role is full time, Monday - Friday and located on St Kilda Road. Hours are between 7am - 6pm (if you start early you finish early, and if you start later your finish later). There would be the occasional evening on call where you are given a laptop and phone so you can work from home. Easy The role is a Team Leader position within the Workforce Scheduling team. You would be leading and managing a team of six coordinators who work to manage staffing requirements in a variety of industries. Not only would you be managing the team, youd also be getting stuck in to help out with the workforce staffing needs of the business. You would be managing internal and external stakeholder relationships and using that great personality of yours to get everyone on board. You would be managing and leading the team to succeed and adding your ideas as to how to improve and make the team more effective. This is a hugely varied and fast paced role, perfect for someone who wants to make the role their own and get stuck in What we are looking for A leader who is confident, dynamic, positive and engaging. Someone with demonstrated leadership and management experience. A go getter - you wont be afraid to get stuck in Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills. Previous experience in a workforce scheduling role or similar. Drive and vision - you will be good at motivating the team and bring new, innovative ideas to the team. Experience using the Fastrack system would be ideal, but dont panic if you havent used it before, you just need to be fast at picking up new systems. How to Apply If you have any questions, please contact Katie Wilde on (03) 8616 0555. If you have no questions and you just want to throw your hat straight in the ring, then APPLY NOW with your resume and a cover letter outlining why you think you would be a great fit

location Victoria St, Elsternwick VIC 3185, Australia


Learning & Development Facilitator - Sydney

Together we are stronger. As a leading international agribusiness, we operate a range of interlinked businesses Corporate, Grains, Malt and Oils - providing an integrated service across the food and beverage supply chain. About our team In 2016, GrainCorp celebrated 100 years of growth. Today, we are proud to be Australia™s largest agribusiness with diversified operations that span four continents and the global food supply chain. About the role Were seeking an experienced and energetic Learning Development Facilitator to join the Leadership Capability team within GrainCorps HR centre of excellence. Your primary purpose will be to equip front-line through to senior managers with the capability needed to meet not only the business, culture and people challenges of the day but also those deemed important to our future. You will play a crucial role delivering on key strategic deliverables such as managing and facilitating GrainCorp™s bespoke Leadership Programs, 360 surveys and feedback, designing leadership development programs and solutions (from time to time) and assisting across a variety of capability projects and team effectiveness initiatives. About your experience This role is suited to an experienced facilitator and trainer who has demonstrated experience in driving behavioural and culture change and developing leadership capabilities across all levels. With diverse sites and operations across Australia and New Zealand, travel will be involved and therefore you will need to be flexible in this area. To be successful in this role you will need to have relevant qualifications along with industry experience. Experience in program design would be advantageous, though not essential. Knowledge andor experience with developmental assessment and survey tools including DISC, LSI, OCI would be highly regarded. You will need to have the maturity to work autonomously and contribute as part of a diverse global team. It is crucial that you are flexible and adaptable in your work style to meet varying demands and priorities. You will have superb communication, presentation, facilitation and organisation and planning skills. Together we realise our potential. At GrainCorp, we value and respect the different perspectives and experiences our people bring to work each day. We aim to increase the diversity of our workforce - leading to a range of different thinking, perspectives and ideas that create the innovation we need to drive better business results. We aim to have a work environment where everyone feels included and everyone can realise their full potential. Next steps If you have questions regarding this role the Talent Acquisition Team is available to have a confidential discussion. You can contact Rav Naiker on 02 9266 9245.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Organisational Capability Manager

Join a passionate and forward-thinking team Manage and lead a range of new Learning and Development initiatives Ongoing position located in Melbourne CBD, Part-time arrangements will be considered About the branch The focus of the People and Culture Branch is to develop and support a flexible, capable, sustainable and equitable workforce management model, which is underpinned by the provision of appropriate, consistent and timely human resources services, systems and processes. About the role and your responsibilities As the Organisational Capability Manager, youll partner with the organisation to develop and deliver a range of capability solutions to ensure Parks Victorias people deliver on its brand of Healthy Parks Healthy People. Putting your learning and development expertise in practices you will develop initiatives that will ensure our workforce are capable, resilient and adaptive across all our regional and corporate teams. Youll develop and manage the learning and development strategy, which will see you incorporating leadership development programs, build a contemporary and inclusive orientation and induction program. Central to this role will be the management and monitoring of the learning and development system and further expanding and improving the eLearning program and implementing cost saving technology focused solutions. There is a range of exciting projects in this role and the ability to develop and manage an integrated capability framework along with the ability to stay up to date with and provide specialist advice on capability, development and guidance across the organisation will be key to your success in this role. As the manager you will also lead, support and coach a team of your own, youll develop and set the direction of your team to achieve strategic goals and plans. Occasional travel is expected across Metropolitan Melbourne and Regional Victoria, where youll get too visit some of our great parks. To be successful for this role you will need Demonstrated experience in strategic engagement and stakeholder management Demonstrated experience in provision of expert and technical advice and support in relation to learning, development, learning management systems and capability development Demonstrated high level judgement experience in analytical problem solving and decision making Excellent written and verbal communication skills with demonstrated facilitation experiences Experience in managing team performance Ability to work in a fast-paced environment experiencing rapid change Your application must include Your current Resume A cover letter Join our innovative organisation and enjoy what you do, apply today Application Closing date Sunday 2 September 2018 Parks Victoria requires all prospective employees to undergo a National Police Record Check prior to commencing employment. At Parks Victoria, we recognise that diversity and inclusion are central to being a modern, high-performing sustainable organisation that can deliver our strategic vision to be a world class parks service ensuring healthy parks for healthy people.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia