Exceptional communication skills required for influencing and disseminating information to key stakeholders. Federal Government client....
Duntroon, Campbell ACT 2600, Australia
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Lower Dandenong Rd, Parkdale VIC 3195, Australia
This is a varied and interesting role offering a diverse range of work and an opportunity to contribute your knowledge and skills within a growing organisation and would suit a person with an interest in WHS and Indigenous workforce development. The position is based in Alice Springs, with opportunities to travel regularly to the APY lands to work with our teams based at Umuwa and the APY Lands communities. You will be a self starter and able to develop and deliver a focused work plan to drive development and implementation of WHS systems, support in-house training in WHS and HR policies and procedures and provide administration support for WHS, HR and employment functions. Knowledge of, or experience in WHS and Human Resource implementation and administration would be an ideal background for this position. RASAC is a dynamic, forward looking and strong local Anangu organisation with a genuine commitment to Anangu workforce and community development. Experience working in a cross-cultural environment, with an emphasis on working with Aboriginal people and communities and in remote areas is highly desirable.
Larapinta NT 0870, Australia
Based in Brisbane, youll be responsible for leading, development and management of a large portfolio of both government and commercial clients across the IT space. With a passion for recruitment and being well networked within the Queensland IT market, you will work with your client base to develop recruitment solutions and help fulfill their needs, with the support of a seasoned delivery team. This role would be ideal for a senior IT recruiter in the Brisbane market thats now searching for something more strategic. Everyone in this business receives training and development, staff turnover is low and its a great culture where youll be trusted and supported rather than worked to unnecessary KPIs. This role can offer you an outstanding career in the IT recruitment industry, along with excellent remuneration industry leading commission, flexible work environment and a genuinely down to earth and close-knit team. If youre an agency recruiter looking for a new challenge and dont see yourself doing cold BD anymore, then please get in touch to discuss this opportunity in complete confidence. Jess Kennett - 0450 907 207 JessLimeres.com.au
Brisbane QLD 4106, Australia
Head Office - Perth Part-time Permanent The Bethanie Group is the largest not for profit provider of aged care services and retirement villages in Western Australia, providing over 60 years of professional care services between Geraldton and Bunbury. To meet our business needs we are seeking a part time Injury Management Consultant 3 to 4 days per week to deliver injury management services within the Perth metropolitan area. The Injury Management Consultant role has been recently created as part of Bethanie Groups™ ongoing commitment to staff safety and health. The role will function as a member of a broader Injury Management team which collectively provides professional workers™ compensation claims and injury management advice and support to Bethanie staff and management at sites located between Yanchep and Bunbury. The role will report directly to the Safety Manager and will be responsible for the coordination and delivery of claims and injury management services which support Bethanie achieve optimal injury management outcomes, claims performance and legislative compliance. To optimally support Bethanie business operations some flexibility in working hours will be required. The role will include a car allowance to enable attendance to sites and relevant appointments. Responsibilities include Deliver injury management services for workers across sites adopting best practice injury management principles. Support injured workers successfully engage in workplace rehabilitation through liaison with workers, management, medical and other treating professionals, the insurer and other relevant stakeholders. Contribute to claims review meetings with relevant stakeholders and other related activities as required (e.g. conciliation conferences). Maintain internal data systems and processes as relevant to injury and claims management activities and formulate reports. Maintain professional and legible case notes and records Co-ordinate reconciliation of workers™ compensation payments with payroll and insurer. Undertake injury management health and safety or other projects as required Requirements Willingness to uphold the vision, mission and values of The Bethanie Group Hold a relevant tertiary qualification in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy or another health related profession Demonstrated experience in coordinating and delivering best practice injury management services to injured workers and supporting successful injury management and claims outcomes A working knowledge of the Workers™ Compensation and Injury Management Act WA (1981) Proven ability to manage time, balance competing priorities and deliver to deadlines Proven ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing across all organisational levels Current ˜C™ Class Drivers Licence Have a current police clearance or have a wiliness to get one Experience working within the Health or Aged Care sector is advantageous but not essential Work experience or qualifications in occupational safety and health would be advantageous Benefits At Bethanie, we recognise that our employees are central to the culture and success of our organisation and we are committed to being an employer of choice Employee benefits including Salary Packaging up to 15,899pa. Salary Packaging allows you to pay for your expenses with money from your salary before tax is taken out. Pay less tax, and your take home pay increases Strong focus on organisational culture within an enthusiastic team environment “ You™re Among Friends Commitment to ongoing professional development Flexible working conditions Car allowance Employee Benefits including JB Hi-Fi discounts and Health Insurance benefits To Apply Please click on the Apply Link to upload your resume before the closing date. We reserve the right to withdraw this ad prior to the closing date. If you require any further information please contact Andrea Roelofs, Manager Safety on 6222 9108 or Cheryl Finestone - Senior Human Resources Business Partner on 6222 9080 Enquiries Andrea Roelofs Ph 62229108 Applications Close 30062018 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.
Perth WA 6035, Australia
An outstanding opportunity has presented itself to join our client located in Parkville and play a key role is shaping the human resources function during an exciting time of change. They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic HR professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support to the executive and a highly educated client group. You will consider yourself intelligent, savvy, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who has considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions that challenge the status quo. As a key member of the human resources leadership team and reporting to the director of human resources, you will work closely with the HR team, executive and your client group to deliver a range of HR activities. You will be responsible for the end to end implementation of change initiatives, deliver on key projects as well as the day to day HR operations for your client group. Key areas of responsibility include Establishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the business Demonstrate strength in Employee RelationsIndustrial Relations. Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Partner with the business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviews Actively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader business Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies. The successful candidate will have considerable experience within a similar roleenvironment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. You will be degree qualified in Business andor Human Resources and previous experience working within the Health sector will be highly regarded. Please apply now using the ˜Apply Now™ button. Alternatively, please call Andrew Paatsch for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number 14M0350849, or apply direct at www.hrpartners.com.au. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Parkville VIC 3052, Australia
My client is a boutique agency based in the centre of the CBD they are an award winning brand with a fantastic reputation, and work with some of the best companies on the market. They are looking to appoint a Consultant to join their Business Support Team, this role will involve working collaboratively with 4 consultants, dealing with existing business, gaining new business and managing temporary and permanent candidates. The focus this year is to build this division within the business further as they have seen a considerable growth to Business Support since the beginning of 2014 This is an excellent opportunity for a Consultant looking for their next challenge. Full training support will be given, you will get to work with 4 consultants who are smashing the Business Support market, work for a fun dynamic business, who are social and have a very collaborative culture, there are board rooms drinks every Friday and quarterly day out team activities. This is a company that also promote a great work life balance for all their employees. To be successful you should have a minimum of 6 months to 1 year experience as a recruitment Consultant, in any sector, ideally previous business support recruitment experience is desired. This is a role that offers a fun, stable work environment as well as excellent base and commission structure. Dont miss out on this opportunity Send your resume to katylimeres.com.au or give me a call on 0412 097 367.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
About Airswift Airswift is an international workforce solutions provider within the energy, process and infrastructure industries. Airswift serves as a strategic partner to our clients, offering a turnkey workforce solution to capture and deliver the top talent needed to complete successful projects by aligning with the unique needs of our clients. With over 800 employees in 70 offices worldwide, 6,500 contractors within energy, process and infrastructure industries. About the Role Our Service team provide excellent customer management to Contractors and Clients throughout the duration of their assignment from on-boarding to off-boarding. This includes all pre-access requirements, logistics, document recording, tracking of recharges, and ongoing support to queries. This position requires skills that are not only transactional but focus on the needs of the end-user and impact to the overall business. This role is ideal for detail focused individual who are excellent communicators and relationship builders. About You Excellent customer service, communication, and relationship building skills. Excellent Microsoft skills, in particular Word Excel, ATS or CRM experience. Very organised, adept in time management and can demonstrate structure in thinking. Ability to understand and deliver to business processes and needs Excellent attention to detail. Flexible attitude and ability to multi-task to service deliverables. Ability to clearly document and deliver complex business processes. Able to work independently whilst managing competing priorities, business processes and needs Click the Apply Now button for immediate consideration Benefits Competitive remuneration package 20 days annual leave BUPA private health insurance (extras hospital) Structured Learning Development Global career opportunities APPLY NOW to be considered as this role wont be open for long
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
Why Digital? Bupa Digital imagines, creates and nurtures the customer-facing digital experiences for one of Australia™s largest health insurers and providers of health care services. Our culture is critical to our success as a team working at the leading edge of digital with a goal of helping people live longer, healthier, happier lives. We can only be successful by attracting and retaining the best talent in the industry. Bupa already has an incredible culture but within Digital we pride ourselves in exceeding team member expectations. Your role, as the Senior Team Engagement Development Manager, is to ensure that we maintain an exceptional brand for our team in the market, that we meet and attract talent sharing the same passion for what we do, that we provide an outstanding onboarding experience and then driving ways to ensure we maintain that energy throughout each team member™s time with us. The Role As Senior Team Engagement Team Development Manager, your role is broad and extends not just to members of the Digital team, but also to the partnerships across the organisation. Leading a small but diverse and highly passionate team you will have responsibility for executive level coaching for Digital Leadership Team (DLT) members and Managers within Digital curation of the physical environment, including the approach for operating across both Melbourne and Sydney locations. This means owning the approach for enabling effective communication and collaboration between our two locations, creating, implementing, and driving brand strategy and awareness of the Bupa Digital team, both internally and externally to Bupa, the strategy and execution of team communications outside of formal programme governance. This covers internal engagement the Digital team, and also external engagement communications about the Digital team to relevant Bupa communities in the ANZ business and beyond, Partnership with the Bupa People team, recruitment, peers in other departments and teams, internal communications, and other groups as necessary the complete talent life cycle for the Digital team from employment branding attraction, onboarding, engagement to exit, And as a member of the Digital Leadership Team you will be accountable for role-modelling our ways of working, implementing complementary processes and providing peer-leadership to the group. About You This is a unique role, in a unique team, and we are looking for someone who¦ is passionate about leading Culture and Engagement programmes is an experienced coach of Execs and managers, and loves the impact they can play enjoys leading and growing a multidisciplinary team across Communications, Talent, Branding and Culture is planned and organised, with exceptional communication skills has a diverse background encompassing HR, Engagement, Coaching Communications Please reach out to Monique Carruthers on 0488 729 513 or via email monique.carruthersbupa.com.au for the success profile.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Monadelphous is a leading engineering group, based in Australia, who provide construction, maintenance and industrial services to the resources, energy and infrastructure sectors. With a 6,000 strong workforce and major projects and facilities around the world including, China, PNG, New Zealand, Mongolia and the United States, Monadelphous is a truly great company to work for and to work with. Due to continued growth into new markets and new locations we are seeking expression of interests from talented Leadership Coaches with an emphasis on safety who can build greater capability within Monadelphous leadership team and improve skills for leading a strong safety culture. Supporting the HSE team based in Brisbane this coach will facilitate Leadership development on an as required basis for key operations around Australasia. This role is on a casual employment basis in order to meet the needs of the business but is expected to be long term to support a sustainable coaching program. As a Safety Leadership Coach, you will have the opportunity to Positively influence senior business leaders Develop a leaders ability to inspire those around them Enhance the ability of leaders to provide information clearly, follow up on commitments and display empathy toward others Empower leaders to be proactive in their approach to all activities and stop unsafe acts Enhance the knowledge and understanding of what defines a safety leader Identify and assisting leaders to focus on areas requiring further development Understand the difference between leading and managing Understand the importance of the Company culture Were interested in hearing from people who can Demonstrate a successful career in a senior or executive role aligned to the business activities of Company Align with the Core Values of Company Demonstrate Leadership coaching experience Empathise with situations leaders face and display capability through their actions Demonstrate advanced interpersonal and listening skills along with the ability to inquire and question in a non-confrontational manner An organisation psychology background will be an advantage Our unrivalled culture, underpinned by our core values of safety and wellbeing, integrity, achievement, teamwork and loyalty, is embodied in our people and is a significant aspect of our competitive advantage. Monadelphous is an equal opportunity employer and believe diversity enriches our breadth of knowledge, capability and experience. We welcome applications from all backgrounds. If this role suits you apply now. For more information visit www.monadelphous.com.au
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
About us Hireup is an Australian technology startup connecting people with disability and support workers online. We harness technology to give people with disability the power to find, hire and manage their own support workers. We™re a socially driven, for-purpose startup, run by a dedicated team of (big) thinkers, builders and doers. And we™re looking for our next recruit. If you™re an experienced, talented and motivated Worker Safety and Wellbeing Coordinator with the ability to lead from the front, we want to hear from you. The right person for this role will be someone with a background in WHS Coordination, a passion for social justice and progress, an interest in technology enabled start-up businesses and someone who wants to be part of a vibrant team achieving genuine, large scale social impact. About the Role We are looking for a Worker Safety and Wellbeing Coordinator to join our Incident Response team. The role is primarily responsible for managing our injury and return to work programs and supporting the team with any worker incident, issue or complaint. Duties This role involves undertaking the following duties Provide support to injured workers through effective injury management and return to work programs. Help Hireup to continue to build scalable and world-class return to work programs Case manage issues that affect the wellbeing of a worker including incidents, issues, and complaints. Ensure Hireup is compliant with national injury management and return to work legislation and policy. Identify and advocate for injury and incident prevention systems and features within the business and the Hireup platform. Effectively document case management notes and provide reporting when required. About you Applicants must have Strong safety experience, and proven delivery on commitments Ability to handle conversations with confidence Coaching and conflict resolution skills Great organisational skills Ability to manage competing priorities while keeping the end goal in mind Proactive, open minded and willing to learn and grow with the business Ability to self-start and self-direct Loves to move at a fast pace, and seeks resolutions in a timely manner Experience with return to work coordination (desirable) Disability sector knowledge (desirable) Show us youre interested Email peoplehireup.com.au with your CV and cover letter. Tell us why you™d be perfect for this role We want to hear from anyone who™s ready for the next big and exciting challenge in their career.
Sydney NSW 2065, Australia
About Hurricanes Grill Bar Hurricanes Grill and Bar Bondi Beach opened in 1995 and is showing no signs of slowing down. We attribute our success to a strong staff culture, being well established in the community and being progressive in our approach. The position Hurricanes are seeking an experienced Human Resources Manager to join the Head Office team based in Bondi Beach. Position Responsibilities Talent Acquisition Workers compensation Exiting procedures Process Improvement HR guidance and support to management Performance management processes and reviews HR Projects Immigration sponsorship Recruitment and management of staff Required skills attributes Previous HR experience is essential Have the ability to oversee multiple venues Top Ryde, Bondi, Surfers Paradise and Narellan Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal with the ability to build effective relationships with a diverse range of people Highly motivated, positive with a friendly disposition Leadership, the ability to problem solve and use your initiative to continually improve systems and processes Effective time management skills with the ability to organise and strategise Must be willing to travel to all locations Hospitality experience and Tertiary qualifications would be advantageous Salary Benefits Competitive salary Opportunities to grow with the company Professional and friendly working environment
Bondi Beach NSW 2026, Australia
The Company Our client is a national IT Managed Service Provider who work with some of the nation™s most respected companies. They believe in relationships built on trust, openness and accountability to help organisations with extended branch networks to deliver IT infrastructure services efficiently and rapidly throughout Australia and New Zealand. The Role We are on the hunt for an HR and Payroll Officer to join this successful and eclectic team to provide support in all areas of Human Resources and accurate and efficient payroll services. Whilst the position initially will focus on streamlining the current payroll process to deliver a best practice payroll system, the position has the potential to expand further into the development and implementation of HR policies for a passionate, proactive and driven HR Specialist. Responsibilities Employee Documentation Administer all letters of offer and probation letters for casuals, permanents and independent contractors. Coordinate the completion of all employment contracts and contract amendments. Updating and maintaining personnel records as required. Data Processing Collecting, calculating and entering data in order to maintain payroll information and process a payroll run on time and accurately. Ensuring all incoming forms such as time sheets and applications for leave are authorised and approved. Process monthly reports for the reconciliation of payroll to Client Projects. Balance and reconcile monthly payroll output. Recruitment Developing job descriptions and advertisements, screening applications, arranging interviews, conducting interviews, completing reference checks and managing recruitment agencies. Relationship Management Liaison with staff in relation to any payroll queries or HR matters. Liaison with senior management in relation to new employee appointments terminations, leave entitlements and other payroll and HR matters. Assistance with the induction of new staff including detailed briefing on payroll forms and processes and Staff Policies.. Requirements Relevant Tertiary Qualification, min. 3 years experience in end to end payroll, recruitment and generalist HR experience. Experience in payroll, and the use of a computerised payroll system or other relevant database. Work collaboratively and contribute to a positive, supportive team environment. Proven communications skills both verbal and written. Proven ability to manage time, set priorities, plan and organise work in order to achieve desired outcomes under pressure.. Ability to adapt to new technology where beneficial to the payroll and HR function. Proven ability to maintain a high degree of professionalism and confidentiality at all times.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Hays Talent Solutions (HTS) delivers tailored Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) and Managed Services Program (MSP) solutions to a range of businesses across various industries. HTS is looking for an ambitious and driven IT recruiter to support our growth and continual improvement of our services to one of our major clients - Toyota Finance Australia. Your new role Our HTS Talent Acquisition Team is based onsite with the client at St Leonards, and provide a full RPO MSP solution for Toyota Finance Australia. In this new and exciting role you will use your technical IT recruitment skills to manage key stakeholders across the IT and PMO divisions of this global company. You™ll manage highly technical roles end to end, build talent pools, consult on sourcing strategies and advise on best practice. What youll need to succeed You will need to have worked as a recruiter (internal or via an outsourced program) within the Financial Services Industry and with proven expertise in recruiting technology and PMO based roles. You will strive to provide outstanding customer service whilst also showcasing your passion and drive to support your wider team. Your ability to build and maintain strong relationships with both clients and candidates will be essential to the role. What youll get in return You will benefit from ongoing support, training and development from the HTS leadership team, and have access to great future career opportunities within this or other solutions across ANZ or globally. What you need to do now If you are interested in this role, forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to russell.hibberthays.com.au.
Sydney NSW 2065, Australia
Trayne Consulting is currently seeking a Recruitment Consultant to join our fast paced busy team on a part time basis whilst working from your own home office. Specialising in HR Recruitment strategies, we partner with large national organisations and small businesses alike, offering individual, personalised, tailored solutions to meet our clients specific needs. At Trayne Consulting we pride ourselves on building long term partnerships with all of our clients, ensuring that we always demonstrate integrity, strong ethics and values together with dedicated customer focus with every interaction. Initially this role will see you focusing on our blue collartrades roles predominantly sourcing and recruiting sub-contractors for a variety of our National Clients across a variety of industries. As a part of a growing business, the Recruitment Consultant will be responsible for Understanding the recruitment briefs provided by either the Management Consultants, BDM or directly from the Client Ability to write innovative and creative ads and think outside the square for alternative advertising solutions as required Review and screen resumes in a timely and efficient manner Ability to discuss each role and the compliance requirements for each role with potential candidates Send information to potential candidates regarding the roles and ensure timely follow up Present candidates to clients which will include providing a succinct summary of applicants relevant experience. Co-ordinate interviews between candidates and clients, providing feedback as required Carry out reference checking Make candidates final offers and advising those that have been unsuccessful for the position whilst creating a strong talent pool for future recruits. Do what Recruiters love to do... Recruit To be considered for our Recruitment Consultant role you must have the following Demonstrated Recruitment Consultant experience highly desirable, however if you have a passion to work in the Recruitment space and are focused on finding the best candidate for each and every role then training will be provided Work in a timely and organised manner with clear and concise communication to ensure that all parties are on the same page Have the flexibility to ramp up work hours to meet the needs of the business Strong administrative and computer skills. Highly organised, sense of urgency, ability to prioritise, multi task and follow up all actions by using your calendar system Experience in Blue collarTrade recruitment a must with white collar experience highly advantageous. This is an ideal opportunity for someone with recruitment agency experience looking to work from home on a part time basis, who has flexibility to work longer days as the needs arise. This role will see you working approx. 15-25 hours per week spread over 5 days where you will need to be able to work during school holidays. In return we offer flexibility, freedom to think outside the box and the support where needed as well as a great rate of pay and bonuses. For this role you must have a current ABN, computerlaptop, with access to the internet and mobile phone with headset (with a plan that allows you to make a large number of calls to carry out phone interviews). If you think you are have what it takes to be successful in this dynamic role and want to be part of a vibrant, friendly team, then apply now by attaching a cover letter outlining why you are the best person for this role along with your up-to-date CV outlining your skills and attributes relevant to this exciting position. Due to a large number of applicants only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. All applications received by Trayne Consulting will be treated with strict confidentiality.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
We have an excellent opportunity for experienced HSE Advisor to join our large telecommunications construction team based in Huntingwood, NSW. As HSE Advisor you will be embedded in our project delivery team, and will be responsible for running inductions, engaging with construction teams and subcontractors on environmental and safety related issues, conducting site inspections and producing reports, administering our Safety Management System (Enablon). To be successful in this role it is expected that candidates will be tertiary qualified in Occupational Health Safety Environmental Quality, combined with previous field based HSE experience ideally including construction experience (preferable). You will be a strong communicator, confident in your approach with the ability to foster strong working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders. We will continue to support the development of your HSE career in a supportive, inclusive team based environment. Trust is at the heart of Lendleases Services business, a specialist maintenance and asset management contractor that provides services to the transport infrastructure, telecommunications, utilities, renewable energy, environmental remediation, industrial and resources sectors. For more than 60 years we have operated and maintained public and private infrastructure assets that serve millions of people every day, keeping communities connected and running. Lendlease is a diverse, flexible and inclusive employer of choice. We engage, enable and empower our people. Inclusion sets all of us up for success. Interested to find out more about us? To apply or explore all other opportunities please visit visit www.lendlease.comcareers.
Huntingwood NSW 2148, Australia
Serco is an extraordinary company, making a positive difference to people™s lives every day. We are part of a team of over 70,000 people delivering essential services on behalf of governments and organisations around the world. If you are inspired to make a positive difference, find out more about us at www.serco.comaspac Are you interested in a challenging role or career in the long term? Serco Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) has an opportunity for someone like you. This role presents a great opportunity for someone to make a full time commitment to this dedicated team in an amazing place to work who will aspire as we do to live the Serco Values of Trust Care Innovation and Pride. As the OSH Specialist, you will play an integral role to our facilities management teams on Occupational Safety, Health, Environmental and Emergency Management matters. You will be responsible for providing hands on assistance to ensure legislative compliance and risk mitigation strategies are implemented at Fiona Stanley Hospital. Our CEO promotes the ethos œYour work is never too urgent or important that you cannot take time to do it safely Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to Ensure that all personnel, plant and equipment operate in a safe and effective manner, which complies with or exceeds the requirements of good working practice or as detailed by current legislation and guidelines Act as an OSH resource and support for managers, health and safety representatives, employees, volunteers and contractors Assist the Senior OSH Specialist and line managers to manage hazards, incidents and injuries in work areas, carry out incident investigations and resolve any issues Assist with review and development of OSH policies and procedures Assist in the development and continuous improvement of the OSH management system to achieve and maintain AS4801 and ACHS accreditation Safety Health Rep coordination, training and support Manage the chemical register and safety record data OSH statistical reporting, medium level administration What we™re looking for Diploma in OSH (minimum) Cert IV in training and Assessment Emergency Management qualificationsexperience desirable Lead Investigator Lead Auditor qualifications and demonstrated experience Sound aptitude with Outlook, Word, Excel, report writing and HSE database systems Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of statutory legislation, compliance standards, practices and procedures Min 5 - 10 years experience working in a similar OSH role within a large corporate environment Understanding and ability to plan, conduct, evaluate and action OSH audits and inspections A resilience to work in a fast paced, multi task environment Previous health experience will be highly desirable The Perks Serco employees are rewarded with great perks, including A competitive salary Access to global career opportunities Staff recognition programs Plenty of social club and community fundraising activities Sercos work at Fiona Stanley is ground-breaking. We are working with new and innovative technologies in a state of the art facility and we are looking for team members who can bring with them passion, commitment and the dedication to work as one team to deliver an exceptional patient experience. Advertising for this position will close on 29 June 2018 “ Serco reserves the right to commence the employment process prior to this date. 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.
Perth WA 6150, Australia
Fixed Term Contract Until 31052019 Melbourne CBD based position About us Jemena owns and operates significant gas, electricity and water transportation assets across Australia™s east coast, supplying millions of households and businesses with essential services every day. With more than a century™s experience and expertise in the utilities sector and our strong portfolio of important distribution and transmission assets, we are ready to make the most of opportunities for growth and innovation. As a provider of gas, electricity and water, we have enduring relationships with our customers and the communities where we operate. They are at the heart of our commitment to deliver energy and water safely, reliably and affordably, and to the sustainable growth of our business in the long term. About the Opportunity An exciting opportunity for a Instructional Designer to join our Assert Management, SCADA and RTS Program team here in Melbourne. Working closely with the Training And Development Analyst, you will be proactive in supporting the design and development of our new SCADA and RTS training program. The successful person will be based in Melbourne and may be required to travel to Jemena™s Sydney office on a regular basis, throughout 2018 and 2019 to assist with training material development and training delivery support. In line with this key objective, key responsibilities include but are not limited to Develop training materials to support the program™s training curriculum. Schedule all relevant impacted stakeholders into SCADA RTS Program training. Liaise with the program™s SMEs to gather training data relevant to the program™s training curriculum. Document training attendance, provide weekly training reports, and reschedule non-attendees into training What we™re looking for To be considered for this position you will demonstrate the following Tertiary education andor 3+ years of experience in a relevant discipline such as Human Resources, Learning and Development or Change Management. Cert IV in Training and Assessment Experience in the implementation of technology-based training and development solutions which meet an organisation™s goals. Ability to develop strong and effective working relationships and work collaboratively with key stakeholders Experience in training and development within the utilities andor engineering is preferred To apply please submit a Cover Letter and CV Applications close Thursday, 21st of June at 11.59pm Jemena is not accepting submissions from recruitment agencies for this role. Jemena is a dynamic company that focuses on attracting and motivating talented industry professionals. We™ve made it our priority to create an exceptional workplace with competitive salaries, educational assistance and salary packaging options, among other benefits.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
About VGW VGW is a cutting-edge tech company focusing on online gaming. We own and operate several market-leading brands in the largest markets in the world and have about 300 people working for us globally, all committed to building something amazing, pushing our boundaries and having fun in the process. We™ve been disrupting online social casino and poker gaming since 2010 and bringing fun and excitement to millions of customers. VGW has a dynamic and happy workplace and we all have huge amounts of energy and a real passion for our products and our players. We couple that with the best of Aussie culture a laid-back approach, flexible working hours, Work From Home Fridays, casual dress and enjoying the beach whenever possible. About The Role This position has been created due to the unprecedented (and scary-in-a-good-way) growth of VGW, thanks to people thinking our games are as much fun as we believe they are. You™ll join us to support the People Culture Strategy by developing and then delivering a kick-ass Learning Development Framework and Program focused on increasing employee engagement, productivity, innovation and retention. On a day to day basis you can expect to be Developing the LD framework and associated programs from scratch. Designing and facilitating courses, career plans, workshops etc. Sourcing and maintaining relationships with vendors and consultants etc. Looking ahead planning for the future (business growth, changing needs, succession planning, meaningful advancement opportunities, mentoring programs etc). About You We™re looking for someone who has a genuine passion for technology (and people), enjoys working in collaborative teams and is not a jerk. It will help if you™re kind of cool, but we can train you if you™re not. Aside from that, we™d expect you to have 10 years + experience in an LD leadership role. An approach to LD which is fun and engaging. You™ll be part of the People Culture, which is the coolest team and we need to keep it that way -) Expert level skills in designing and executing LD programs, preferably within the tech space. You™re confident in your ability to add measurable value (increased retention, productivity etc). A genuine passion for developing and inspiring people and seeing them learn and succeed. The ability to work at C-level, rolling out broader LD frameworkstrategy but also to get your hands dirty with day to day implementation of your plan. Strategic and innovative project management skills. To complement our VGW team culture, we are only looking for people who Can solve problems, innovatively Can simplify and create efficiencies Have a record of self-learning and self-improvement Are proactive, self-motivated, logical and objective Learn quickly Have tenacity and willingness to go the distance to get something done Choose jobs they enjoy Are not jerks, are genuine and have a sense of humour What™s Next? Does this sound like your kind of challenge? If so, apply now We™ll be in touch soon.
Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
About us... LINK is the leading business brokerage firm in the world Founded in New Zealand and spanning the globe to Australia, South Africa, the United States of America and Philippines the organisation facilitates the sale and purchase of small to medium enterprises, as well as offers business valuation and consultancy services, buyer mandates and also specialises in mergers and acquisitions and management rights. We are a rapidly growing, global organisation ranked in the top 50 of BRWs fast 100. About you... We are looking for a confident and self-motivated individual who thrives in a fast-paced and high performance environment. If you have a flair for spotting sales talent, love to pick up the phone and are eager to join our award-winning team well offer you competitive remuneration plus bonus, a supportive and collaborative team culture, warm lists to get started and social perks throughout the year. About the role... Key responsibilities will include Part-time role 2 days per week Primarily involves effective telephone prospecting telemarketing and ongoing follow-up practices Collaborate with leadership team to build recruitment strategies and lists Facilitate recruitment from defining skill requirements to building a talent pool and hiring Create research and sourcing strategies utilising a variety of methods Pre-screen and recommend qualified candidates Provide detailed guidance to candidates regarding role responsibilities, tasks and benefits Verify references and conduct appropriate credential and background checks Build and manage candidate database Document interactions, outreach, screening results and staffing metrics Communicate with the leadership team regarding progress Meet hiring goals within desired time-lines Maintain compliance, confidentiality and best practice standards Experience and skills required Relevant qualification andor experience in recruitment telemarketing Innovative research skills and techniques to find suitable candidates Proficient computer skills and telephone techniques Thorough record keeping and reporting Can-do attitude and proactive approach Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to work autonomously, whilst driving results to meet targets If youd like to hear more, or wish to apply please click the apply button today and our talent team will be in touch
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