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  • Administrator - Human Resources

    <div class=jobsearch-jobDescriptionText id=jobDescriptionText><div><ul><li>3 Months - start immediately- potential to extend<li><li> Parking provided - Ingleburn location<li><li> Work closely with payroll and HR<li><ul> National manufacturing business recently acquired by a prominent private equity firm currently undergoing a restructure is ready to hire a capable individual to the HR and payroll team based in their Ingleburn office.<br> <br> Reporting into the HR Adviser, your role will encompass day to day tasks of a HR coordinator including,assisting the team with typing contracts, placing ads, scheduling interviews , typing offer letters, updating the ,database filing employee files, updating job specs, handling HR inquiries, answering emails conducing reference checks, and working closely with payroll processing the KRONOS Time and Attendance cards and talking to line managers to verify hours<br> <br> <b>What you will bring<b><br> <ul><li>Tertiary qualified with minimum 1-2 years administration experience<li> <li>You are proactive, and have strong initiative and follow up<li> <li>Very articulate on the phone and in person<li> <li>You have a professional approachable attitude where nothing is too much trouble, because you are hungry to learn and do well.<li> <li>Incredible eye for detail<li> <li>Must be advanced word, PowerPoint and excel<li> <li>This is a fast paced environment so you need to be able to pick up technology and systems quickly<li> <ul>It is essential that you have your own transport and are available to start work next week.<br> <br> <b>Please click on apply immediately as we are ready to hire<b><br> <b>Please send a WORD version of your resume for review.<b><br> 956057<div><div>

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Consultant

    <div class=jobsearch-jobDescriptionText id=jobDescriptionText><div><ul><li>Fantastic company culture <li><li>Lansvale location - onsite parking available <li><li>Diverse role - no two days are the same <li><ul><p>Our client is a leading producer of market pulp, paper and fibre based packaging. They are committed to delivering innovative, environmentally sustainable products. Currently, we are seeking an experienced HR Consultant to join their HR team to provide HR services to support business in achieving its strategy. This is a 12 month contract based in Lansvale.<p> <p> <p><p>Key responsibilities include<p> <ul> <li>Provide HR support and advice to Managers across the business<li> <li>Coordinate recruitment processes include drafting business cases and advertisements, interviewing, referencing and pre-employment checks<li> <li>Coordinate induction on-boarding processes and educating managers on onboarding procedures<li> <li>Identify and recommend opportunities for process and system improvements<li> <li>Provide education and coaching on HR policies and leading practices to managers and employees<li> <li>Assist managers in performance managing employees<li> <li>Complete HR administration functions<li> <ul> <p>To be successful in this role you will have<p> <ul> <li>Experience in a similar role<li> <li>The confident ability in recruiting and onboarding new staff<li> <li>Strong attention to detail<li> <li>Ability to maintain confidentiality<li> <ul> <p>In return, you will<p> <ul> <li>Work within a diverse role, no two days are the same<li> <li>Work with a company that encourage a positive and supportive environment<li> <li>Have the potential to travel interstate on an adhoc basis<li> <li>Receive a competitive salary<li> <li>Work close to home with onsite parking<li> <li>Flexibility in working hours<li> <ul> <p>If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, click the Apply button now Interviews will be commencing immediately with the role commencing in March.<p><br> <p> <p><br> 200162274158154412098842<div><div>

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Consulting Partner- BFSI

    <div class=jobsearch-jobDescriptionText id=jobDescriptionText><div><div>Wipro™s Consulting team works on organization-wide initiatives covering the business architecture, information architecture, infrastructure architecture, governance and transformation. People who play these roles have carried various titles and come from various backgrounds. Some come from a technology specialist background, others come from a broader technical architecture background. But all have a strong background in supporting both sales and delivery of strategic programs. Successful candidates for this role will bring<div><div><ul><li><div> Proven track record in consulting sales preferably Customer Experience, Business Acceleration, or EA Services sales to Fortune 500 level.<div><li><li><div> 15+ years of consulting sales experience in Financial Services or Capital Markets<div><li><li><div> Deliver specialized solutions, characterized by high performance and innovation, using a combination of consultancy, software and hardware<div><li><li><div> Excellent consulting skills, experience in influencing change, negotiating and selling<div><li><li><div> Demonstrate the ability to build and expand on new relationships<div><li><li><div> Previous PampL accountability and revenuesorder booking targets for teams of 20-40 consultants.<div><li><li><div> Keen eye on emerging Technology and Architecture trends and their potential impact on tomorrow™s business<div><li><li><div> Ability to study organizational mission, goals and drivers, confer with senior executives and synthesize the IT capabilities required to address business needs<div><li><li><div> This role will require extensive travel across the assigned country and possible international travel.<div><li><li><div> Candidate should be proficient in English with a secondary language skill that are appropriate to either US or EU sales roles.<div><li><li><div> Generating consulting business from new and existing accounts and have the capability to drive and lead customer relationships into multimillion dollar engagements.<div><li><li><div> Experience in account planning, business development strategies, and participating in large integrated deals.<div><li><li><div> Consulting Practices management and working knowledge of off-shore far-site model<div><li><li><div> Experience in defining strategic IT plans for large organizations and developing target architectures<div><li><li><div> Experience in developing transition plans and the governance procedures, policies and guidelines to ensure that project initiatives comply with the overall architecture direction<div><li><li><div> Experience in evaluating vendors, products and emerging industry trends<div><li><li><div> Experience in one or more of the following EA Methods amp Frameworks “ TOGAF, Zachman, RM-ODP, FEAF, Gartner EA Framework, Meta Group EA Framework etc<div><li><ul><div> <div><div>Wipro is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and makes all employment and employment-related decisions without regard to a persons race, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by applicable law<div><div><div><div>

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Specialist Sydney, Australia

    <div class=jobsearch-jobDescriptionText id=jobDescriptionText><div><h3 class=jobSectionHeader><b>Description<b><h3><div><i> Position at Industrial Light amp Magic<i><div><p><p><p> ILM opened its Sydney studio in the summer of 2019. The youngest of all of the ILM studios, the Sydney studio leverages the expertise and technological know-how developed over 40 years at Industrial Light amp Magic combined with the top artists and technicians in the region. Knowledge and culture flow freely between the company™s five studios and the global team shares tools and workflow allowing for seamless collaboration on all shared projects.<p><p> As we grow ILM Sydney, we are seeking an HR Specialist to join the team and be a part of this exciting opportunity.<p><p> The Human Resources Specialist will be responsible for providing support and guidance to employees and our support service business leaders in all HR areas and to drive the deployment of our overall Human Resources strategy.<p><h3 class=jobSectionHeader><b> Primary Responsibilities<b><h3><ul><li> Manage day to day HR Operations outside of GHRO, including payroll process, contracts, orientation, onboarding and offboarding<li><li> Manages the visa application process for candidates relocating to Australia<li><li> Assist managers with day to day questions on HR Programs such as performance management, compensation, talent retention, benefits, learning and development.<li><li> Partners with facilities to manage the O,HampS program and ensure requirements are met, including workers compensation claims<li><li> Assist with administration of the benefits and wellness program<li><li> Coordinates logistics of HR based training programs<li><li> Assist in the development and update of studio policies practices<li><li> Assist in the management of the HR life cycle programs such as merit planning, performance, promotions and out of cycle requests<li><li> Administers day-to-day personnel changes including using various systems to update information, communicate changes, and direct HRIS in processing the changes.<li><li> Manage project employee renewal process including extensions, tracking of exit dates, database input, reporting, and status communication with management.<li><li> Assist in driving the business principles of inclusion and to take an active role in generating a sense of belonging across the business<li><li> Participates as a member of the ILM HR Team, including involvement in team meetings, learning opportunities and team-building activities.<li><li> Performs special projects as needed on an on-going basis.<li><li> Generates weekly and ad hoc data reports, as necessary<li><ul><h3 class=jobSectionHeader><b> Education Experience<b><h3><ul><li> Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or similar discipline<li><li> Minimum of two years experience in a HR Coordinator or Advisor position<li><li> Experience in both startups and large organizations and entertainmentcreative industry preferred.<li><ul><h3 class=jobSectionHeader><b> Required Skills Competencies<b><h3><ul><li> Ability to communicate with all levels of employees and understand cultural differences.<li><li> Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both oral and written).<li><li> Proven ability to interact effectively within the department, across and outside the organization.<li><li> Strong organisational skills and ability to juggle competing priorities.<li><li> Proven ability to work efficiently, effectively as part of a team, and independently where assigned.<li><li> A good working knowledge of G-Suite, Excel and Powerpoint.<li><li> Prior experience using payroll systems preferred (ADP, SAP, Workday).<li><ul><p><p><p> This position is with Lucasfilm Entertainment Company Ltd. LLC, which is part of a business segment we call Industrial Light amp Magic. Lucasfilm Entertainment Company Ltd. LLC is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, colour, religion or belief, sex, nationality, ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, disability or pregnancy or maternity. Disney fosters a business culture where ideas and decisions from all people help us grow, innovate, create the best stories and be relevant in a rapidly changing world.<p> Lucas Lucas Lucas<div><div>

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Graduate

    We are Achieve Australia Our mission is to achieve social inclusion for people with disability. We are focused on providing support and services for people with a disability with integrity, commitment and passion to achieve a life that is meaningful and valued. The People Performance and Culture Team at Achieve Australia has a clear mission “ to drive a productive, engaged and competitive workforce that is the company of choice for professionals working in disability services. Our people, their strengths, talent and energy are our most important strength. Currently we have over 1,200 employees who work hard to deliver on the right of people with disability to achieve meaning and valued lives across Sydney and Northern NSW. About the Roles We are seeking two driven and passionate HR Graduates to join our team and play a key role in the delivery of our strategy to the organization. You can expect exposure to an array of HR functions, structured learning and development and opportunity to assist in various projects driven by the team. HR Grad “ Resourcing and Recruitment (days split across North Ryde and Newington) responsibilities Support the recruitment function for the organisation through advertising, screening, interviews, pre-employment checks, onboarding and generating employment contracts. Supporting Rostering functions Ensuring compliance amp auditing requirements are in line with company policy and legislation. Maintaining of spreadsheets, assisting with data entry and providing administrative support to members of the team to deliver effective support across the business. Ad hoc tasks as directed. HR Grad “ HR and Learning amp Development (based at North Ryde) responsibilities Assist with general HR queries, often engaging in award interpretation. Coordinating Compliance, Contracts and Employment Letters for existing employees Coordinating LampD training Maintaining LampD records and system processes Ensuring compliance amp auditing requirements are in line with company policy and legislation. Maintaining of spreadsheets, assisting with data entry and providing administrative support to members of the team to deliver effective support across the business. Ad hoc tasks as directed. Essential Selection Criteria Recent completion of a Bachelor™s Degree in Human Resources or at least 2 years™ experience in HR Strong attention to detail, with exceptional written and verbal skills Intermediate MS Office skills (particularly Excel) Ability to prioritize, multitask and complete set work efficiently Ability to work well in a high performing team environment Exceptional interpersonal and relationship building skills Proactive approach to problem-solving with a solutions focused mentality and strong decision-making capability and Highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be extremely effective independently. What We Offer Be part of a dedicated team providing a great service to the community Salary packaging benefits exclusive for the Not for Profit sector Flexible working environment and a supportive leadership team If you want to make a difference in people™s lives and this sounds like you, APPLY NOW For more information contact Carrie Evans, HR Business Partner on 0417 288 771 or cevansachieveaustralia.org.au Achieve Australia is committed to implementing safer recruitment practices. This means we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support and we expect staff to share this commitment. As a result your application may be subject to a number of pre-employment checks including a criminal history. Please note criminal history does not immediately effect employment opportunities. Applications will be assessed on merit. We are Achieve Australia Our mission is to achieve social inclusion for people with disability. We are focused on providing support and services for people with a disability with integrity, commitment and passion to achieve a life that is meaningful and valued. The People Performance and Culture Team at Achieve Australia has a clear mission “ to drive a productive, engaged and competitive workforce that is the company of choice for professionals working in disability services. Our people, their strengths, talent and energy are our most important strength. Currently we have over 1,200 employees who work hard to deliver on the right of people with disability to achieve meaning and valued lives across Sydney and Northern NSW. About the Roles We are seeking two driven and passionate HR Graduates to join our team and play a key role in the delivery of our strategy to the organization. You can expect exposure to an array of HR functions, structured learning and development and opportunity to assist in various projects driven by the team. HR Grad “ Resourcing and Recruitment (days split across North Ryde and Newington) responsibilities Support the recruitment function for the organisation through advertising, screening, interviews, pre-employment checks, onboarding and generating employment contracts. Supporting Rostering functions Ensuring compliance amp auditing requirements are in line with company policy and legislation. Maintaining of spreadsheets, assisting with data entry and providing administrative support to members of the team to deliver effective support across the business. Ad hoc tasks as directed. HR Grad “ HR and Learning amp Development (based at North Ryde) responsibilities Assist with general HR queries, often engaging in award interpretation. Coordinating Compliance, Contracts and Employment Letters for existing employees Coordinating LampD training Maintaining LampD records and system processes Ensuring compliance amp auditing requirements are in line with company policy and legislation. Maintaining of spreadsheets, assisting with data entry and providing administrative support to members of the team to deliver effective support across the business. Ad hoc tasks as directed. Essential Selection Criteria Recent completion of a Bachelor™s Degree in Human Resources or at least 2 years™ experience in HR Strong attention to detail, with exceptional written and verbal skills Intermediate MS Office skills (particularly Excel) Ability to prioritize, multitask and complete set work efficiently Ability to work well in a high performing team environment Exceptional interpersonal and relationship building skills Proactive approach to problem-solving with a solutions focused mentality and strong decision-making capability and Highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be extremely effective independently. What We Offer Be part of a dedicated team providing a great service to the community Salary packaging benefits exclusive for the Not for Profit sector Flexible working environment and a supportive leadership team If you want to make a difference in people™s lives and this sounds like you, APPLY NOW For more information contact Carrie Evans, HR Business Partner on 0417 288 771 or cevansachieveaustralia.org.au Achieve Australia is committed to implementing safer recruitment practices. This means we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support and we expect staff to share this commitment. As a result your application may be subject to a number of pre-employment checks including a criminal history. Please note criminal history does not immediately effect employment opportunities. Applications will be assessed on merit. We are Achieve Australia We are Achieve Australia Our mission is to achieve social inclusion for people with disability. We are focused on providing support and services for people with a disability with integrity, commitment and passion to achieve a life that is meaningful and valued. The People Performance and Culture Team at Achieve Australia has a clear mission “ to drive a productive, engaged and competitive workforce that is the company of choice for professionals working in disability services. Our people, their strengths, talent and energy are our most important strength. Currently we have over 1,200 employees who work hard to deliver on the right of people with disability to achieve meaning and valued lives across Sydney and Northern NSW. About the Roles About the Roles We are seeking two driven and passionate HR Graduates to join our team and play a key role in the delivery of our strategy to the organization. You can expect exposure to an array of HR functions, structured learning and development and opportunity to assist in various projects driven by the team. HR Grad “ Resourcing and Recruitment (days split across North Ryde and Newington) responsibilities HR Grad “ Resourcing and Recruitment (days split across North Ryde and Newington) Support the recruitment function for the organisation through advertising, screening, interviews, pre-employment checks, onboarding and generating employment contracts. Supporting Rostering functions Ensuring compliance amp auditing requirements are in line with company policy and legislation. Maintaining of spreadsheets, assisting with data entry and providing administrative support to members of the team to deliver effective support across the business. Ad hoc tasks as directed. HR Grad “ HR and Learning amp Development (based at North Ryde) responsibilities HR Grad “ HR and Learning amp Development (based at North Ryde) Assist with general HR queries, often engaging in award interpretation. Coordinating Compliance, Contracts and Employment Letters for existing employees Coordinating LampD training Maintaining LampD records and system processes Ensuring compliance amp auditing requirements are in line with company policy and legislation. Maintaining of spreadsheets, assisting with data entry and providing administrative support to members of the team to deliver effective support across the business. Ad hoc tasks as directed. Essential Selection Criteria Essential Selection Criteria Recent completion of a Bachelor™s Degree in Human Resources or at least 2 years™ experience in HR Strong attention to detail, with exceptional written and verbal skills Intermediate MS Office skills (particularly Excel) Ability to prioritize, multitask and complete set work efficiently Ability to work well in a high performing team environment Exceptional interpersonal and relationship building skills Proactive approach to problem-solving with a solutions focused mentality and strong decision-making capability and Highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be extremely effective independently. What We Offer What We Offer Be part of a dedicated team providing a great service to the community Salary packaging benefits exclusive for the Not for Profit sector Flexible working environment and a supportive leadership team If you want to make a difference in people™s lives and this sounds like you, APPLY NOW APPLY NOW For more information contact Carrie Evans, HR Business Partner on 0417 288 771 or cevansachieveaustralia.org.au Achieve Australia is committed to implementing safer recruitment practices. This means we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support and we expect staff to share this commitment. As a result your application may be subject to a number of pre-employment checks including a criminal history. Please note criminal history does not immediately effect employment opportunities. Applications will be assessed on merit.

    location North Ryde, New South Wales


  • HR Coordinator

    Permanent role CBD Location 60-90k + super Your new company A fantastic opportunity is available for an experienced HR Coordinator to join the team on a permanent basis. You will be working for a start-up Engineering company that are based in the CBD. Your new role As the HR Coordinator you will provide the HRBP with administrative support that will ensure the HR Department is running effectively and efficiently in order to support the organisations people. Some of your responsibilities will include Recruitment On-boarding and off-boarding Organisational Development People performance What youll need to succeed Have a tertiary degree in Human Resources or a similar qualification. Ideally you will have previous experience in a construction or engineering environment. You will be a self-motivated individual with high attention to detail and strong administrative skills. Have excellent communication skills with a proactive and positive attitude. What youll get in return You will get to work in a HR role in a reputable and regarded organisation. Seize this opportunity to take an active role in developing your HR career and be rewarded with competitive rates along with the chance of making a real difference in an expanding organisation. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV and a cover letter to Sandra.higginshays.com.au LHS 297508 2340967 Permanent role CBD Location 60-90k + super Your new company A fantastic opportunity is available for an experienced HR Coordinator to join the team on a permanent basis. You will be working for a start-up Engineering company that are based in the CBD. Your new role As the HR Coordinator you will provide the HRBP with administrative support that will ensure the HR Department is running effectively and efficiently in order to support the organisations people. Some of your responsibilities will include Recruitment On-boarding and off-boarding Organisational Development People performance What youll need to succeed Have a tertiary degree in Human Resources or a similar qualification. Ideally you will have previous experience in a construction or engineering environment. You will be a self-motivated individual with high attention to detail and strong administrative skills. Have excellent communication skills with a proactive and positive attitude. What youll get in return You will get to work in a HR role in a reputable and regarded organisation. Seize this opportunity to take an active role in developing your HR career and be rewarded with competitive rates along with the chance of making a real difference in an expanding organisation. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV and a cover letter to Sandra.higginshays.com.au LHS 297508 2340967 Your new company A fantastic opportunity is available for an experienced HR Coordinator to join the team on a permanent basis. You will be working for a start-up Engineering company that are based in the CBD. Your new role As the HR Coordinator you will provide the HRBP with administrative support that will ensure the HR Department is running effectively and efficiently in order to support the organisations people. Some of your responsibilities will include Your new company Your new role Recruitment On-boarding and off-boarding Organisational Development People performance What youll need to succeed Have a tertiary degree in Human Resources or a similar qualification. Ideally you will have previous experience in a construction or engineering environment. You will be a self-motivated individual with high attention to detail and strong administrative skills. Have excellent communication skills with a proactive and positive attitude. What youll get in return What you need to do now LHS 297508

    location Australia, New South Wales


  • HR Assistant

    A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join the HR team in a global law firm offering progression and project work. The role is a permanent opportunity, supporting the HR Advisor and working as part of the wider HR team. Key Responsibilities Providing administrative support for the Maternity Leave, Flexible Work Arrangement, Termination and On boarding Carrying out monthly HR audits and subsequent tasks General Office Administration - stationary orders, scanning archiving and uploading of documents to relevant HR Systems Assisting the LampD Manager with any administration and coordination of projects and training programs Provide administrative support to the Head of HR Process expenses Ad hoc HR project work Process all HR Transactions - data entry in the HR Information System, Employee Relations case logging, employee database filing Mailbox management- employee query management and assisting employees with HR and policy related queries Run ad hoc HR reports General team co-ordination Prepare and print letters HR Process Improvement tasks Key Requirements 6-12 months or more HRadministrative experience Degree in Human Resources or equivalent Exceptional organisational skills Highly motivated, enthusiastic, drive to succeed Excellent written and verbal communication skills High level of attention to detail Can-do attitude Benefits Modern, open plan offices Dress for your day Structured learning and development programs for all career levels Extensive health and wellbeing program including healthy start breakfast program, mindfulness training, subsidised fitness, team sports and health checks Flexible working opportunities Salary continuance insurance To apply please click apply or call India Morish�on +61 (0) 2 8289 3280�for a confidential discussion. A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join the HR team in a global law firm offering progression and project work. The role is a permanent opportunity, supporting the HR Advisor and working as part of the wider HR team. A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join the HR team in a global law firm offering progression and project work. The role is a permanent opportunity, supporting the HR Advisor and working as part of the wider HR team. Key Responsibilities Providing administrative support for the Maternity Leave, Flexible Work Arrangement, Termination and On boarding Carrying out monthly HR audits and subsequent tasks General Office Administration - stationary orders, scanning archiving and uploading of documents to relevant HR Systems Assisting the LampD Manager with any administration and coordination of projects and training programs Provide administrative support to the Head of HR Process expenses Ad hoc HR project work Process all HR Transactions - data entry in the HR Information System, Employee Relations case logging, employee database filing Mailbox management- employee query management and assisting employees with HR and policy related queries Run ad hoc HR reports General team co-ordination Prepare and print letters HR Process Improvement tasks Key Requirements 6-12 months or more HRadministrative experience Degree in Human Resources or equivalent Exceptional organisational skills Highly motivated, enthusiastic, drive to succeed Excellent written and verbal communication skills High level of attention to detail Can-do attitude Benefits Modern, open plan offices Dress for your day Structured learning and development programs for all career levels Extensive health and wellbeing program including healthy start breakfast program, mindfulness training, subsidised fitness, team sports and health checks Flexible working opportunities Salary continuance insurance To apply please click apply or call India Morish�on +61 (0) 2 8289 3280�for a confidential discussion. A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join the HR team in a global law firm offering progression and project work. The role is a permanent opportunity, supporting the HR Advisor and working as part of the wider HR team. Key Responsibilities Key Responsibilities Providing administrative support for the Maternity Leave, Flexible Work Arrangement, Termination and On boarding Carrying out monthly HR audits and subsequent tasks General Office Administration - stationary orders, scanning archiving and uploading of documents to relevant HR Systems Assisting the LampD Manager with any administration and coordination of projects and training programs Provide administrative support to the Head of HR Process expenses Ad hoc HR project work Process all HR Transactions - data entry in the HR Information System, Employee Relations case logging, employee database filing Mailbox management- employee query management and assisting employees with HR and policy related queries Run ad hoc HR reports General team co-ordination Prepare and print letters HR Process Improvement tasks Key Requirements Key Requirements 6-12 months or more HRadministrative experience Degree in Human Resources or equivalent Exceptional organisational skills Highly motivated, enthusiastic, drive to succeed Excellent written and verbal communication skills High level of attention to detail Can-do attitude Benefits Benefits Modern, open plan offices Dress for your day Structured learning and development programs for all career levels Extensive health and wellbeing program including healthy start breakfast program, mindfulness training, subsidised fitness, team sports and health checks Flexible working opportunities Salary continuance insurance To apply please click apply or call India Morish�on +61 (0) 2 8289 3280�for a confidential discussion. A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join the HR team in a global law firm offering progression and project work. The role is a permanent opportunity, supporting the HR Advisor and working as part of the wider HR team. A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join the HR team in a global law firm offering progression and project work. The role is a permanent opportunity, supporting the HR Advisor and working as part of the wider HR team.

    location Australia, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    HR Business Partner with package of 200,000 CBD location - 6 month True business partnering role with blue collar client group About Them This is an exciting opportunity to become embedded within a dynamic HR team with a change agenda and become part of an innovative, hard-working HR function within a large, complex organisation who are recognised as a true global leader within their sector and who have evolved and reacted to constantly changing market demands with fluidity. Driven by performance and an increasing need to drive change within their customer groups, this is a genuine opportunity for a highly commercial, business-focused HR Business Partner to join their team. About the Role Reporting to a Senior HR professional you will be a genuine business partner who can offer exceptional consulting, advisory and coaching expertise to your dedicated client group, which is made up of highly specialised professionals who are known for their technical expertise. Key to the role are cultural change, talent development, engagement and succession, change management, as well as providing day-to-day operational support across a broad range of generalist activities, whilst ensuring that business unit and organisation-wide HR strategies are implemented and achieved. Additional operational responsibilities include Employee and Industrial Relations, Employee Engagement and enhancing productivity and leadership capability in this hands on delivery role. About You Tertiary qualified in HR, you will be a seasoned, proactive HR generalist with demonstrated experience in delivering results in a fast-paced and commercial business. A depth of and experience across all areas including performance management, engagement, cultural change, workforce planning and employeeindustrial relations is essential, as is your proven ability to build relationships and engage a broad range of stakeholders across a large, demanding client group. You will also have experience implementing transformational change initiatives in complex, environments and will be a highly influential individual with resilience, drive, dedication, confidence, accountability, ambition and high work ethics. Experience in complex, blue collar environments is essential and international work experience will be a distinct advantage. About Applying Please apply online or for further information in confidence please contact Kelly Pike on kpikethenextstep.com.au quoting reference number 3101442 You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this job. 3101442 HR Business Partner with package of 200,000 CBD location - 6 month True business partnering role with blue collar client group About Them This is an exciting opportunity to become embedded within a dynamic HR team with a change agenda and become part of an innovative, hard-working HR function within a large, complex organisation who are recognised as a true global leader within their sector and who have evolved and reacted to constantly changing market demands with fluidity. Driven by performance and an increasing need to drive change within their customer groups, this is a genuine opportunity for a highly commercial, business-focused HR Business Partner to join their team. About the Role Reporting to a Senior HR professional you will be a genuine business partner who can offer exceptional consulting, advisory and coaching expertise to your dedicated client group, which is made up of highly specialised professionals who are known for their technical expertise. Key to the role are cultural change, talent development, engagement and succession, change management, as well as providing day-to-day operational support across a broad range of generalist activities, whilst ensuring that business unit and organisation-wide HR strategies are implemented and achieved. Additional operational responsibilities include Employee and Industrial Relations, Employee Engagement and enhancing productivity and leadership capability in this hands on delivery role. About You Tertiary qualified in HR, you will be a seasoned, proactive HR generalist with demonstrated experience in delivering results in a fast-paced and commercial business. A depth of and experience across all areas including performance management, engagement, cultural change, workforce planning and employeeindustrial relations is essential, as is your proven ability to build relationships and engage a broad range of stakeholders across a large, demanding client group. You will also have experience implementing transformational change initiatives in complex, environments and will be a highly influential individual with resilience, drive, dedication, confidence, accountability, ambition and high work ethics. Experience in complex, blue collar environments is essential and international work experience will be a distinct advantage. About Applying Please apply online or for further information in confidence please contact Kelly Pike on kpikethenextstep.com.au quoting reference number 3101442 You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this job. 3101442 HR Business Partner with package of 200,000 CBD location - 6 month True business partnering role with blue collar client group About Them About the Role About You About Applying

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • hr administrator

    The Company Our client is an independent, co-educational, primary and secondary school in Sydney™s Eastern suburbs. They are seeking a HR Admin assistant to join their friendly team Responsibilities Supporting HR Manager with clerical and administration duties Assisting with general Human Resource tasks Organise and plan events Staff functions Meetings and training Preparing reports and documentation Organising travel and accommodation for staff members Skills Must be fluent in French and English (essential) 1 year experience in HR High attention to detail Maintaining confidentiality Work well in a team environment If you meet the requirements and have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Anastasia on 8215 1070 or anastasia.watsonrandstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. It is required be resident in the country The Company Our client is an independent, co-educational, primary and secondary school in Sydney™s Eastern suburbs. They are seeking a HR Admin assistant to join their friendly team Responsibilities Supporting HR Manager with clerical and administration duties Assisting with general Human Resource tasks Organise and plan events Staff functions Meetings and training Preparing reports and documentation Organising travel and accommodation for staff members Skills Must be fluent in French and English (essential) 1 year experience in HR High attention to detail Maintaining confidentiality Work well in a team environment If you meet the requirements and have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Anastasia on 8215 1070 or anastasia.watsonrandstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. It is required be resident in the country The Company The Company Our client is an independent, co-educational, primary and secondary school in Sydney™s Eastern suburbs. They are seeking a HR Admin assistant to join their friendly team Responsibilities Responsibilities Supporting HR Manager with clerical and administration duties Assisting with general Human Resource tasks Organise and plan events Staff functions Meetings and training Preparing reports and documentation Organising travel and accommodation for staff members Skills Skills Must be fluent in French and English (essential) Must be fluent in French and English (essential) Must be fluent in French and English (essential) 1 year experience in HR High attention to detail Maintaining confidentiality Work well in a team environment If you meet the requirements and have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Anastasia on 8215 1070 or anastasia.watsonrandstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • hr business partner

    This past paced leading financial services organisation currently has an exciting opportunity for an experienced people-focused and influential HR Business Partner to join their team on a 6 months basis. Based in Sydney Olympic Park, you will join a team of dedicated HR professionals with a strong commercial focus providing advice and support to their Sydney office of roughly 1000 people with the support of one other HRBP and a people connect team. Key responsibilities Act as a trusted adviser and business partner to business units by delivering solutions to address business, commercial and people related matters within unionised and nonunionised employees. Act as a confidential adviser to support all employees Identify risk, themes and opportunities for improvement and make recommendations for commercial and innovative solutions. Be responsible for the day to day management and interpretation of our HR policies, processes and procedures whilst ensuring compliance with regards to broader HR legislative requirements Assist in delivering initiatives designed to maximise the engagement of employees. Work collaboratively with the team on key projects. Qualifications Ideally 5 years experience in a hands on generalist role, with sound knowledge within a unionised environment Previous experience working as a business partner in an internal consulting role providing advice and support to managers Strong businesscommercial acumen with a track record of developing strong relationships internally, externally and across business units. Previous experience with a focus on assisting with organisational development strategies to promote workforce capabilities, retention and culture. Sound understanding of the financial services space would be ideal experience working within an ambiguous environment where there has been massive changeacquisitions. Tertiary qualifications in HR or Business degree. Due to the contract nature of the assignment, the recruitment process will move very quickly so please apply now or email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Khouri on mkhourihrpartners.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. It is required be resident in the country This past paced leading financial services organisation currently has an exciting opportunity for an experienced people-focused and influential HR Business Partner to join their team on a 6 months basis. Based in Sydney Olympic Park, you will join a team of dedicated HR professionals with a strong commercial focus providing advice and support to their Sydney office of roughly 1000 people with the support of one other HRBP and a people connect team. Key responsibilities Act as a trusted adviser and business partner to business units by delivering solutions to address business, commercial and people related matters within unionised and nonunionised employees. Act as a confidential adviser to support all employees Identify risk, themes and opportunities for improvement and make recommendations for commercial and innovative solutions. Be responsible for the day to day management and interpretation of our HR policies, processes and procedures whilst ensuring compliance with regards to broader HR legislative requirements Assist in delivering initiatives designed to maximise the engagement of employees. Work collaboratively with the team on key projects. Qualifications Ideally 5 years experience in a hands on generalist role, with sound knowledge within a unionised environment Previous experience working as a business partner in an internal consulting role providing advice and support to managers Strong businesscommercial acumen with a track record of developing strong relationships internally, externally and across business units. Previous experience with a focus on assisting with organisational development strategies to promote workforce capabilities, retention and culture. Sound understanding of the financial services space would be ideal experience working within an ambiguous environment where there has been massive changeacquisitions. Tertiary qualifications in HR or Business degree. Due to the contract nature of the assignment, the recruitment process will move very quickly so please apply now or email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Khouri on mkhourihrpartners.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. It is required be resident in the country This past paced leading financial services organisation currently has an exciting opportunity for an experienced people-focused and influential HR Business Partner to join their team on a 6 months basis. Based in Sydney Olympic Park, you will join a team of dedicated HR professionals with a strong commercial focus providing advice and support to their Sydney office of roughly 1000 people with the support of one other HRBP and a people connect team. people-focused influential HR Business Partn team Key responsibilities Key responsibilities Act as a trusted adviser and business partner to business units by delivering solutions to address business, commercial and people related matters within unionised and nonunionised employees. Act as a confidential adviser to support all employees Identify risk, themes and opportunities for improvement and make recommendations for commercial and innovative solutions. Be responsible for the day to day management and interpretation of our HR policies, processes and procedures whilst ensuring compliance with regards to broader HR legislative requirements Assist in delivering initiatives designed to maximise the engagement of employees. Work collaboratively with the team on key projects. Qualifications Qualifications Ideally 5 years experience in a hands on generalist role, with sound knowledge within a unionised environment Previous experience working as a business partner in an internal consulting role providing advice and support to managers Strong businesscommercial acumen with a track record of developing strong relationships internally, externally and across business units. Previous experience with a focus on assisting with organisational development strategies to promote workforce capabilities, retention and culture. Sound understanding of the financial services space would be ideal experience working within an ambiguous environment where there has been massive changeacquisitions. Tertiary qualifications in HR or Business degree. Due to the contract nature of the assignment, the recruitment process will move very quickly so please apply now or email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Khouri on mkhourihrpartners.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    Senior HRBP required on a permanent, full time basis in the heart of Sydneys CBD. Your new company This is an excellent opportunity to be a true partner of a well-known not-for-profit organisation. This organisation prides itself on their collaborative and inclusive culture. You will be situated to a range of public transport options in Sydneys CBD. Your new role Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, you will be responsible for aligning business objectives with people leaders across the business nationally. You will also Formulates relationships across the HR function to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflect business objectives. Key tasks include Provide workforce strategic and operational guidance, advice and support to designated MA State Director Leadership Team, People Leaders and employees as required. Provide coaching and advice to relevant People Leaders on complex HRER related issues. Ensure HRER solutions provided to the relevant People Leader achieve positive business outcomes. Respond to triaged HR requests within a timely manner. Complete other ad hoc work as directed by your People Leader. Utilise people leader tools and resources and support leader development. Ensure managers are active participants in dealing with HR matters as per the HR Self Service Model. Utilise metric tools to educate People Leaders to improve operational performance. What youll need to succeed The successful applicant will have a tertiary qualification in HR or related discipline along with a number of years experience as a HR Business Partner. What youll get in return In return, you will receive 110 k plus super along with salary packaging benefits which reduce taxable income. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, along with and a brief paragraph outlining how your experience matches the criteria. For further information, please contact Alana Willis at alana.willishays.com.au or by calling (02) 8226 9857. LHS 297508 2342949 Senior HRBP required on a permanent, full time basis in the heart of Sydneys CBD. Your new company This is an excellent opportunity to be a true partner of a well-known not-for-profit organisation. This organisation prides itself on their collaborative and inclusive culture. You will be situated to a range of public transport options in Sydneys CBD. Your new role Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, you will be responsible for aligning business objectives with people leaders across the business nationally. You will also Formulates relationships across the HR function to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflect business objectives. Key tasks include Provide workforce strategic and operational guidance, advice and support to designated MA State Director Leadership Team, People Leaders and employees as required. Provide coaching and advice to relevant People Leaders on complex HRER related issues. Ensure HRER solutions provided to the relevant People Leader achieve positive business outcomes. Respond to triaged HR requests within a timely manner. Complete other ad hoc work as directed by your People Leader. Utilise people leader tools and resources and support leader development. Ensure managers are active participants in dealing with HR matters as per the HR Self Service Model. Utilise metric tools to educate People Leaders to improve operational performance. What youll need to succeed The successful applicant will have a tertiary qualification in HR or related discipline along with a number of years experience as a HR Business Partner. What youll get in return In return, you will receive 110 k plus super along with salary packaging benefits which reduce taxable income. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, along with and a brief paragraph outlining how your experience matches the criteria. For further information, please contact Alana Willis at alana.willishays.com.au or by calling (02) 8226 9857. LHS 297508 2342949 Your new company This is an excellent opportunity to be a true partner of a well-known not-for-profit organisation. This organisation prides itself on their collaborative and inclusive culture. You will be situated to a range of public transport options in Sydneys CBD. Your new role Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, you will be responsible for aligning business objectives with people leaders across the business nationally. You will also Formulates relationships across the HR function to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflect business objectives. Key tasks include Your new company Your new role Provide workforce strategic and operational guidance, advice and support to designated MA State Director Leadership Team, People Leaders and employees as required. Provide coaching and advice to relevant People Leaders on complex HRER related issues. Ensure HRER solutions provided to the relevant People Leader achieve positive business outcomes. Respond to triaged HR requests within a timely manner. Complete other ad hoc work as directed by your People Leader. Utilise people leader tools and resources and support leader development. Ensure managers are active participants in dealing with HR matters as per the HR Self Service Model. Utilise metric tools to educate People Leaders to improve operational performance. What youll need to succeed What youll get in return What you need to do now LHS 297508

    location Australia, New South Wales


  • hr business partner

    This past paced leading financial services organisation currently has an exciting opportunity for an experienced people-focused and influential HR Business Partner to join their team on a 6 months basis. Based in Sydney Olympic Park, you will join a team of dedicated HR professionals with a strong commercial focus providing advice and support to their Sydney office of roughly 1000 people with the support of one other HRBP and a people connect team. Key responsibilities Act as a trusted adviser and business partner to business units by delivering solutions to address business, commercial and people related matters within unionised and nonunionised employees. Act as a confidential adviser to support all employees Identify risk, themes and opportunities for improvement and make recommendations for commercial and innovative solutions. Be responsible for the day to day management and interpretation of our HR policies, processes and procedures whilst ensuring compliance with regards to broader HR legislative requirements Assist in delivering initiatives designed to maximise the engagement of employees. Work collaboratively with the team on key projects. Qualifications Ideally 5 years experience in a hands on generalist role, with sound knowledge within a unionised environment Previous experience working as a business partner in an internal consulting role providing advice and support to managers Strong businesscommercial acumen with a track record of developing strong relationships internally, externally and across business units. Previous experience with a focus on assisting with organisational development strategies to promote workforce capabilities, retention and culture. Sound understanding of the financial services space would be ideal experience working within an ambiguous environment where there has been massive changeacquisitions. Tertiary qualifications in HR or Business degree. Due to the contract nature of the assignment, the recruitment process will move very quickly so please apply now or email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Khouri on mkhourihrpartners.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. It is required be resident in the country posted 14 February 2020 contact melissa khouri, hr partners job type contract salary AU 120,000 - AU 130,000 per year This past paced leading financial services organisation currently has an exciting opportunity for an experienced people-focused and influential HR Business Partner to join their team on a 6 months basis. Based in Sydney Olympic Park, you will join a team of dedicated HR professionals with a strong commercial focus providing advice and support to their Sydney office of roughly 1000 people with the support of one other HRBP and a people connect team. Key responsibilities Act as a trusted adviser and business partner to business units by delivering solutions to address business, commercial and people related matters within unionised and nonunionised employees. Act as a confidential adviser to support all employees Identify risk, themes and opportunities for improvement and make recommendations for commercial and innovative solutions. Be responsible for the day to day management and interpretation of our HR policies, processes and procedures whilst ensuring compliance with regards to broader HR legislative requirements Assist in delivering initiatives designed to maximise the engagement of employees. Work collaboratively with the team on key projects. Qualifications Ideally 5 years experience in a hands on generalist role, with sound knowledge within a unionised environment Previous experience working as a business partner in an internal consulting role providing advice and support to managers Strong businesscommercial acumen with a track record of developing strong relationships internally, externally and across business units. Previous experience with a focus on assisting with organisational development strategies to promote workforce capabilities, retention and culture. Sound understanding of the financial services space would be ideal experience working within an ambiguous environment where there has been massive changeacquisitions. Tertiary qualifications in HR or Business degree. Due to the contract nature of the assignment, the recruitment process will move very quickly so please apply now or email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Khouri on mkhourihrpartners.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. It is required be resident in the country This past paced leading financial services organisation currently has an exciting opportunity for an experienced people-focused and influential HR Business Partner to join their team on a 6 months basis. Based in Sydney Olympic Park, you will join a team of dedicated HR professionals with a strong commercial focus providing advice and support to their Sydney office of roughly 1000 people with the support of one other HRBP and a people connect team. people-focused influential HR Business Partn team Key responsibilities Key responsibilities Act as a trusted adviser and business partner to business units by delivering solutions to address business, commercial and people related matters within unionised and nonunionised employees. Act as a confidential adviser to support all employees Identify risk, themes and opportunities for improvement and make recommendations for commercial and innovative solutions. Be responsible for the day to day management and interpretation of our HR policies, processes and procedures whilst ensuring compliance with regards to broader HR legislative requirements Assist in delivering initiatives designed to maximise the engagement of employees. Work collaboratively with the team on key projects. Qualifications Qualifications Ideally 5 years experience in a hands on generalist role, with sound knowledge within a unionised environment Previous experience working as a business partner in an internal consulting role providing advice and support to managers Strong businesscommercial acumen with a track record of developing strong relationships internally, externally and across business units. Previous experience with a focus on assisting with organisational development strategies to promote workforce capabilities, retention and culture. Sound understanding of the financial services space would be ideal experience working within an ambiguous environment where there has been massive changeacquisitions. Tertiary qualifications in HR or Business degree. Due to the contract nature of the assignment, the recruitment process will move very quickly so please apply now or email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Khouri on mkhourihrpartners.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. posted 14 February 2020 contact melissa khouri, hr partners job type contract salary AU 120,000 - AU 130,000 per year posted 14 February 2020 contact melissa khouri, hr partners job type contract salary AU 120,000 - AU 130,000 per year

    location Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales


  • Client Partner - Financial Services

    Job Description DXC Technology aspires to be a strategic partner in helping our business and government clients better serve their clients and citizens. We work to overcome their IT challenges, collaborating to make technology work for them, help them innovate, anytime and anywhere. This is high profile client management and business development opportunity with an service delivery focus. You will be expected to drive excellent client outcomes for one of DXC™s key strategic accounts. Your remit will be to understand complex client problems and design pragmatic solutions, whilst delivering on our commitments for the client contract against SLAs and KPIs for contract variations, change of contract, change requests, new work, end of life and end of service requests. If you are a dedicated and enthusiastic professional with a strong goal orientated style, this is a great career move for you to work in an sales and technology advisory role with a key client. Responsibilities Develop and nurture an excellent client relationships at the executive level through pro-active and open communication Working closely with the Delivery leads, you will prepare for meetings for Delivery and reporting on SLAs and DXC performance Recommend methods to improve performance with regards to service level agreements, metrics and measurements, and business trends Interfaces with work teams to ensure budgetary and financial priorities and procedures are handled appropriately Act as the main contact point for our customer to ensure customer satisfaction with solutions, develop stronger on-going relationships, build new and broader relationships and identify additional business opportunities Key Skills and Experience Extensive sales and business development experience in the Financial Services industry (experience on account of and above 20 million p.a.) is required An understanding of mainframe and midrange is relevant, as well as familiarity with Banking or FS, and knowledge of WorkloadCompute incl Cloud, Service Management and Security is ideal. Experience crafting as-a-Service (comprising infrastructure, applications and service components) deals that focus on delivering business outcomes would be an advantage Demonstrate initiative, professionalism, and a willingness to go beyond expectations Builds excellent rapport, trust and relationships with clients and internal colleagues within a complex matrixed environment You are commercially savvy, and enjoy providing guidance and coaching to the client in an advisory capacity DXC Technology (NYSE DXC) is the world™s leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, helping clients harness the power of innovation to thrive on change. Created by the merger of CSC and the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, DXC Technology serves nearly 6,000 private and public sector clients across 70 countries. How To Apply If you have the above skill set, and if you would like to be part of a culture that rewards performance and encourages ideas, then please press the apply now button below and submit your details. Job Description DXC Technology aspires to be a strategic partner in helping our business and government clients better serve their clients and citizens. We work to overcome their IT challenges, collaborating to make technology work for them, help them innovate, anytime and anywhere. This is high profile client management and business development opportunity with an service delivery focus. You will be expected to drive excellent client outcomes for one of DXC™s key strategic accounts. Your remit will be to understand complex client problems and design pragmatic solutions, whilst delivering on our commitments for the client contract against SLAs and KPIs for contract variations, change of contract, change requests, new work, end of life and end of service requests. If you are a dedicated and enthusiastic professional with a strong goal orientated style, this is a great career move for you to work in an sales and technology advisory role with a key client. Responsibilities Develop and nurture an excellent client relationships at the executive level through pro-active and open communication Working closely with the Delivery leads, you will prepare for meetings for Delivery and reporting on SLAs and DXC performance Recommend methods to improve performance with regards to service level agreements, metrics and measurements, and business trends Interfaces with work teams to ensure budgetary and financial priorities and procedures are handled appropriately Act as the main contact point for our customer to ensure customer satisfaction with solutions, develop stronger on-going relationships, build new and broader relationships and identify additional business opportunities Key Skills and Experience Extensive sales and business development experience in the Financial Services industry (experience on account of and above 20 million p.a.) is required An understanding of mainframe and midrange is relevant, as well as familiarity with Banking or FS, and knowledge of WorkloadCompute incl Cloud, Service Management and Security is ideal. Experience crafting as-a-Service (comprising infrastructure, applications and service components) deals that focus on delivering business outcomes would be an advantage Demonstrate initiative, professionalism, and a willingness to go beyond expectations Builds excellent rapport, trust and relationships with clients and internal colleagues within a complex matrixed environment You are commercially savvy, and enjoy providing guidance and coaching to the client in an advisory capacity DXC Technology (NYSE DXC) is the world™s leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, helping clients harness the power of innovation to thrive on change. Created by the merger of CSC and the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, DXC Technology serves nearly 6,000 private and public sector clients across 70 countries. How To Apply If you have the above skill set, and if you would like to be part of a culture that rewards performance and encourages ideas, then please press the apply now button below and submit your details. Job Description DXC Technology aspires to be a strategic partner in helping our business and government clients better serve their clients and citizens. We work to overcome their IT challenges, collaborating to make technology work for them, help them innovate, anytime and anywhere. This is high profile client management and business development opportunity with an service delivery focus. You will be expected to drive excellent client outcomes for one of DXC™s key strategic accounts. Your remit will be to understand complex client problems and design pragmatic solutions, whilst delivering on our commitments for the client contract against SLAs and KPIs for contract variations, change of contract, change requests, new work, end of life and end of service requests. If you are a dedicated and enthusiastic professional with a strong goal orientated style, this is a great career move for you to work in an sales and technology advisory role with a key client. Responsibilities Responsibilities Develop and nurture an excellent client relationships at the executive level through pro-active and open communication Working closely with the Delivery leads, you will prepare for meetings for Delivery and reporting on SLAs and DXC performance Recommend methods to improve performance with regards to service level agreements, metrics and measurements, and business trends Interfaces with work teams to ensure budgetary and financial priorities and procedures are handled appropriately Act as the main contact point for our customer to ensure customer satisfaction with solutions, develop stronger on-going relationships, build new and broader relationships and identify additional business opportunities Key Skills and Experience Key Skills and Experience Extensive sales and business development experience in the Financial Services industry (experience on account of and above 20 million p.a.) is required An understanding of mainframe and midrange is relevant, as well as familiarity with Banking or FS, and knowledge of WorkloadCompute incl Cloud, Service Management and Security is ideal. Experience crafting as-a-Service (comprising infrastructure, applications and service components) deals that focus on delivering business outcomes would be an advantage Demonstrate initiative, professionalism, and a willingness to go beyond expectations Builds excellent rapport, trust and relationships with clients and internal colleagues within a complex matrixed environment You are commercially savvy, and enjoy providing guidance and coaching to the client in an advisory capacity DXC Technology (NYSE DXC) is the world™s leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, helping clients harness the power of innovation to thrive on change. Created by the merger of CSC and the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, DXC Technology serves nearly 6,000 private and public sector clients across 70 countries. How To Apply If you have the above skill set, and if you would like to be part of a culture that rewards performance and encourages ideas, then please press the apply now button below and submit your details. How To Apply

    location Macquarie Park, New South Wales


  • HR Generalist - NSW State Government Department

    Generalist HR role in Sydney area for a Federal Government Department HR Generalist “ NSW State Government Department Generalist HR role in Sydney area Your new company This Government organisation requires a HR Generalist on a 3-6 month ongoing contract, working closely within the small HR team in Western Sydney. This Government Organisation is forward thinking, offering a great working location and team culture. They require an experienced professional to work across a range of HR functions. Your new role You will be adopting the role of a HR Generalist, with your main focus on business as usual HR, updating systems and reports. Furthermore, you will support the HR team in the day-to-day operations, working closely with senior people management in supporting designated geographic regions. You will manage the administration of the people policies, procedures and programs. The HR Generalist carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas employee relations, training, payroll administration, recruitmentemployment, compensation, and employment lawcompliance. What you™ll need to succeed You will have excellent demonstrated experience in a generalist HR environment and competence working with HRIS. Furthermore, you will have relevant tertiary HR qualifications with a minimum of 2 years™ experience working in an HR department. You will be confident working in a small HR team liaising with staff of all levels. You will be an organised and solution focused and be a quick learner for new HR systems. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Adam Gayton now on 0282269711. If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact me for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2342042 Generalist HR role in Sydney area for a Federal Government Department HR Generalist “ NSW State Government Department Generalist HR role in Sydney area Your new company This Government organisation requires a HR Generalist on a 3-6 month ongoing contract, working closely within the small HR team in Western Sydney. This Government Organisation is forward thinking, offering a great working location and team culture. They require an experienced professional to work across a range of HR functions. Your new role You will be adopting the role of a HR Generalist, with your main focus on business as usual HR, updating systems and reports. Furthermore, you will support the HR team in the day-to-day operations, working closely with senior people management in supporting designated geographic regions. You will manage the administration of the people policies, procedures and programs. The HR Generalist carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas employee relations, training, payroll administration, recruitmentemployment, compensation, and employment lawcompliance. What you™ll need to succeed You will have excellent demonstrated experience in a generalist HR environment and competence working with HRIS. Furthermore, you will have relevant tertiary HR qualifications with a minimum of 2 years™ experience working in an HR department. You will be confident working in a small HR team liaising with staff of all levels. You will be an organised and solution focused and be a quick learner for new HR systems. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Adam Gayton now on 0282269711. If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact me for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2342042 HR Generalist “ NSW State Government Department Generalist HR role in Sydney area Your new company This Government organisation requires a HR Generalist on a 3-6 month ongoing contract, working closely within the small HR team in Western Sydney. This Government Organisation is forward thinking, offering a great working location and team culture. They require an experienced professional to work across a range of HR functions. Your new role You will be adopting the role of a HR Generalist, with your main focus on business as usual HR, updating systems and reports. Furthermore, you will support the HR team in the day-to-day operations, working closely with senior people management in supporting designated geographic regions. You will manage the administration of the people policies, procedures and programs. The HR Generalist carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas employee relations, training, payroll administration, recruitmentemployment, compensation, and employment lawcompliance. What you™ll need to succeed You will have excellent demonstrated experience in a generalist HR environment and competence working with HRIS. Furthermore, you will have relevant tertiary HR qualifications with a minimum of 2 years™ experience working in an HR department. You will be confident working in a small HR team liaising with staff of all levels. You will be an organised and solution focused and be a quick learner for new HR systems. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Adam Gayton now on 0282269711. If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact me for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2342042 LHS 297508

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    Temp role with an immediate start Pivotal role offering competitive hourly rate Western Sydney based and free onsite parking The Company A multinational business located in the Parramatta region which has seen success in their field for over 30 years is seeking an experienced immediately available HR Business Partner. The Role Reporting to the HR Director, you will be involved in the following to assist in working towards the organisational goals General HR duties including contracts and letters Elements of project work Recruitment assistance Provide HR adviceguidance to leaders Work with business leaders to work to achieve the goals The Candidate To be a successful applicant, you will possess the following Minimum 5 years experience in HR Must have IRER exposure Must have excellent communication skills both written and verbal Manufacturing or industrial industry experience is highly regarded Ability to mullti task and work towards deadlines The Benefits Competitive hourly rate on offer Immediate start required Free onsite undercover parking Well established organisation Market leader in their field Partner with the leaders of the business To apply online please click on the appropriate link below and send your resume in WORD format. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion please contact Julide Ozkose on 02 9891 7409. Please visit www.veritasrecruitment.com.au to view more jobs. 20044158157358065335 Temp role with an immediate start Pivotal role offering competitive hourly rate Western Sydney based and free onsite parking The Company A multinational business located in the Parramatta region which has seen success in their field for over 30 years is seeking an experienced immediately available HR Business Partner. The Role Reporting to the HR Director, you will be involved in the following to assist in working towards the organisational goals General HR duties including contracts and letters Elements of project work Recruitment assistance Provide HR adviceguidance to leaders Work with business leaders to work to achieve the goals The Candidate To be a successful applicant, you will possess the following Minimum 5 years experience in HR Must have IRER exposure Must have excellent communication skills both written and verbal Manufacturing or industrial industry experience is highly regarded Ability to mullti task and work towards deadlines The Benefits Competitive hourly rate on offer Immediate start required Free onsite undercover parking Well established organisation Market leader in their field Partner with the leaders of the business To apply online please click on the appropriate link below and send your resume in WORD format. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion please contact Julide Ozkose on 02 9891 7409. Please visit www.veritasrecruitment.com.au to view more jobs. 20044158157358065335 Temp role with an immediate start Pivotal role offering competitive hourly rate Western Sydney based and free onsite parking The Company The Company A multinational business located in the Parramatta region which has seen success in their field for over 30 years is seeking an experienced immediately available HR Business Partner. The Role The Role Reporting to the HR Director, you will be involved in the following to assist in working towards the organisational goals General HR duties including contracts and letters Elements of project work Recruitment assistance Provide HR adviceguidance to leaders Work with business leaders to work to achieve the goals The Candidate The Candidate To be a successful applicant, you will possess the following Minimum 5 years experience in HR Must have IRER exposure Must have excellent communication skills both written and verbal Manufacturing or industrial industry experience is highly regarded Ability to mullti task and work towards deadlines The Benefits The Benefits Competitive hourly rate on offer Immediate start required Free onsite undercover parking Well established organisation Market leader in their field Partner with the leaders of the business To apply online please click on the appropriate link below and send your resume in WORD format. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion please contact Julide Ozkose on 02 9891 7409. Please visit www.veritasrecruitment.com.au to view more jobs.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor

    3 Month Contract with a Potential for Extension Government based Client in Ashfield 62.00 Per Hour Plus Super The HR Generalist will work on various elements of major workforce reform projects within the People Team. Reporting to the HR Manager, the HR Advisor is also responsible for providing consistent operational HR consulting and advice on a range of human resource management services. Key Responsibilities Preparing draft employee communications regarding Reform updates including email communications, information packs, Managers information packs, letter writing and intranet content. Monitoring and Responding to email queries received via the team mailbox either from employees or key stakeholders. Project Coordinating various stages of reform implementation i.e. working with key stakeholders to achieve objectives, liaising with Executive, distribution and collation of information. There are HR Business Partnering aspects to the role. Driving best practice and conducting internal investigations when required Assisting the wider business with general HR queries and requests Criteria for Selection This is an end to end HR GeneralProject roles requiring someone with HR experience along with project coordination experience. The candidate must be able to work autonomously and see work tasks through to completion within extremely tight deadlines and time-frames. This is an extremely fast paced environment with multiple reforms being implemented simultaneously. Experience with SAP HR is preferred. Outstanding communication style and ability If you are interested in the role and fit the above criteria apply via the job board, alternatively you can send over your resume to JeremyOlaivarkellyservices.com.au BBBH486698158157456835245 3 Month Contract with a Potential for Extension Government based Client in Ashfield 62.00 Per Hour Plus Super The HR Generalist will work on various elements of major workforce reform projects within the People Team. Reporting to the HR Manager, the HR Advisor is also responsible for providing consistent operational HR consulting and advice on a range of human resource management services. Key Responsibilities Preparing draft employee communications regarding Reform updates including email communications, information packs, Managers information packs, letter writing and intranet content. Monitoring and Responding to email queries received via the team mailbox either from employees or key stakeholders. Project Coordinating various stages of reform implementation i.e. working with key stakeholders to achieve objectives, liaising with Executive, distribution and collation of information. There are HR Business Partnering aspects to the role. Driving best practice and conducting internal investigations when required Assisting the wider business with general HR queries and requests Criteria for Selection This is an end to end HR GeneralProject roles requiring someone with HR experience along with project coordination experience. The candidate must be able to work autonomously and see work tasks through to completion within extremely tight deadlines and time-frames. This is an extremely fast paced environment with multiple reforms being implemented simultaneously. Experience with SAP HR is preferred. Outstanding communication style and ability If you are interested in the role and fit the above criteria apply via the job board, alternatively you can send over your resume to JeremyOlaivarkellyservices.com.au BBBH486698158157456835245 3 Month Contract with a Potential for Extension 3 Month Contract with a Potential for Extension Government based Client in Ashfield Government based Client in Ashfield 62.00 Per Hour Plus Super 62.00 Per Hour Plus Super The HR Generalist will work on various elements of major workforce reform projects within the People Team. Reporting to the HR Manager, the HR Advisor is also responsible for providing consistent operational HR consulting and advice on a range of human resource management services. Key Responsibilities Key Responsibilities Preparing draft employee communications regarding Reform updates including email communications, information packs, Managers information packs, letter writing and intranet content. Monitoring and Responding to email queries received via the team mailbox either from employees or key stakeholders. Project Coordinating various stages of reform implementation i.e. working with key stakeholders to achieve objectives, liaising with Executive, distribution and collation of information. There are HR Business Partnering aspects to the role. Driving best practice and conducting internal investigations when required Assisting the wider business with general HR queries and requests Criteria for Selection Criteria for Selection This is an end to end HR GeneralProject roles requiring someone with HR experience along with project coordination experience. The candidate must be able to work autonomously and see work tasks through to completion within extremely tight deadlines and time-frames. This is an extremely fast paced environment with multiple reforms being implemented simultaneously. Experience with SAP HR is preferred. Outstanding communication style and ability If you are interested in the role and fit the above criteria apply via the job board, alternatively you can send over your resume to JeremyOlaivarkellyservices.com.au

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Roll'd Oconnell St (Sydney) - Delivery Partner

    JOB DESCRIPTIONJOB TITLE Catering delivery partnerJOB TYPE ContractorLOCATION Sydney CBD and surrounding suburbsSUPERVISORMANAGER Reporting to Store ManagerABOUT US and THE JOBRolld Australia one of the fastest growth FampB businesses in the industry. As our business is expanding quickly, we are looking for a long-term delivery partner within Sydney CBD and surrounding suburbs to growth with us.This Job is ideal for those who currently work for Ubereats, Deliveroo and others food delivery platforms. To start with, there will be TWO deliveries at the set time to ONE location per day together with other catering deliveries around the area. This would also see your role expand to deliver for multiple set locations and become our permanent employeeMAIN DUTIESRESPONSIBILITIES - Deliver stock a set location- 2 set delivery rounds per day from Monday to Sunday- The first round at 700AM and the second at 230PM- Follow the procedure to arrange stock on the shelves and sign off- Other regular catering delivery during the weekSALARYBENEFITS - We pay per km + time for you to arrange stock on the shelves (25hour is just indicative)- You will be considered as our employee and will receive meal benefit- Apart from two set delivery times, you are flexible to do other jobs.- Delivery bag will be providedSKILLS amp EXPERIENCEQualifications - Car or Motorcycle License that is allowed to use in Australia- Must have transaport, either car or mortobike.Experience - Strong experience in delivery service, ideally has experience with UbereatsDeliverooSkills - Influent EnglishPERFORMANCE GOALS - PunctualityJob Types Contract, PermanentSalary 25.00 hourLocationSydney NSW (Required)LicenceDrivers Licence (Required)NSW or equivalent (Required)LanguageEnglish (Required)Work EligibilityThe candidate can work temporarily with restriction on hours (Preferred)BenefitsStaff corporate discountsJob DutiesDelivering to commercial locationsDelivering to residential locations JOB DESCRIPTION JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE Catering delivery partner JOB TITLE JOB TYPE Contractor JOB TYPE LOCATION Sydney CBD and surrounding suburbs LOCATION SUPERVISORMANAGER Reporting to Store Manager SUPERVISORMANAGER ABOUT US and THE JOB ABOUT US and THE JOB Rolld Australia one of the fastest growth FampB businesses in the industry. As our business is expanding quickly, we are looking for a long-term delivery partner within Sydney CBD and surrounding suburbs to growth with us. This Job is ideal for those who currently work for Ubereats, Deliveroo and others food delivery platforms. To start with, there will be TWO deliveries at the set time to ONE location per day together with other catering deliveries around the area. This would also see your role expand to deliver for multiple set locations and become our permanent employee MAIN DUTIESRESPONSIBILITIES MAIN DUTIESRESPONSIBILITIES - Deliver stock a set location - 2 set delivery rounds per day from Monday to Sunday - The first round at 700AM and the second at 230PM - Follow the procedure to arrange stock on the shelves and sign off - Other regular catering delivery during the week SALARYBENEFITS SALARYBENEFITS - We pay per km + time for you to arrange stock on the shelves (25hour is just indicative) - You will be considered as our employee and will receive meal benefit - Apart from two set delivery times, you are flexible to do other jobs. - Delivery bag will be provided SKILLS amp EXPERIENCE SKILLS amp EXPERIENCE Qualifications Qualifications - Car or Motorcycle License that is allowed to use in Australia - Must have transaport, either car or mortobike. Experience Experience - Strong experience in delivery service, ideally has experience with UbereatsDeliveroo Skills Skills - Influent English PERFORMANCE GOALS PERFORMANCE GOALS - Punctuality Job Types Contract, Permanent Salary 25.00 hour Location Sydney NSW (Required) Licence Drivers Licence (Required) NSW or equivalent (Required) Language English (Required) Work Eligibility The candidate can work temporarily with restriction on hours (Preferred) Benefits Staff corporate discounts Job Duties Delivering to commercial locations Delivering to residential locations

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Coordinator

    Exciting end to end HR opportunity Head office within Sydney CBD Expand into the LampD space THE ROLE Our client is a leading Australian business delivering major nationwide commercial projects. At present they are seeking an experienced HR Coordinator to join their office in Sydney to deliver a robust HR service to the business. This is a fantastic opportunity not only to progress your HR career, but to also expand the learning amp development aspect of the business. You will be be across everything from recruitment, workforce planning, performance reviews, site visits and providing general advice to the wider business. This role would suit a dynamic, passionate individual who is really looking to add value to a company with a genuinely great culture who are going from strength to strength. Duties will include but not be limited to Provide general HR advice across the business. Work closely with stakeholders and employees to provide ongoing HR advice across a wide geographic remit including a number of project sites Review and improve current HR policies and procedures Manage the end to end recruitment function Create and manage the Learning amp Development space within the business The successful applicant will require Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related field5 + years experience Previous experience within construction or related industry a passion for Learning amp development. For any questions relating to this role or other opportunities with DampB and our clients please contact Brooke Hudson on 029376 8200 or click apply. Your application will be treated as strictly confidential. Like us on Facebook httpswww.facebook.comdesignandbuildrecruitment Follow us on Instagram httpswww.instagram.comdesign.build.recruit Connect with us on LinkedIn httpswww.linkedin.comcompanydesign-amp-build-recruitment Check us out on Google httpsbit.ly2whfDMO Exciting end to end HR opportunity Head office within Sydney CBD Expand into the LampD space THE ROLE Our client is a leading Australian business delivering major nationwide commercial projects. At present they are seeking an experienced HR Coordinator to join their office in Sydney to deliver a robust HR service to the business. This is a fantastic opportunity not only to progress your HR career, but to also expand the learning amp development aspect of the business. You will be be across everything from recruitment, workforce planning, performance reviews, site visits and providing general advice to the wider business. This role would suit a dynamic, passionate individual who is really looking to add value to a company with a genuinely great culture who are going from strength to strength. Duties will include but not be limited to Provide general HR advice across the business. Work closely with stakeholders and employees to provide ongoing HR advice across a wide geographic remit including a number of project sites Review and improve current HR policies and procedures Manage the end to end recruitment function Create and manage the Learning amp Development space within the business The successful applicant will require Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related field5 + years experience Previous experience within construction or related industry a passion for Learning amp development. For any questions relating to this role or other opportunities with DampB and our clients please contact Brooke Hudson on 029376 8200 or click apply. Your application will be treated as strictly confidential. Like us on Facebook httpswww.facebook.comdesignandbuildrecruitment Follow us on Instagram httpswww.instagram.comdesign.build.recruit Connect with us on LinkedIn httpswww.linkedin.comcompanydesign-amp-build-recruitment Check us out on Google httpsbit.ly2whfDMO Exciting end to end HR opportunity Head office within Sydney CBD Expand into the LampD space THE ROLE Our client is a leading Australian business delivering major nationwide commercial projects. At present they are seeking an experienced HR Coordinator to join their office in Sydney to deliver a robust HR service to the business. This is a fantastic opportunity not only to progress your HR career, but to also expand the learning amp development aspect of the business. You will be be across everything from recruitment, workforce planning, performance reviews, site visits and providing general advice to the wider business. This role would suit a dynamic, passionate individual who is really looking to add value to a company with a genuinely great culture who are going from strength to strength. Duties will include but not be limited to Provide general HR advice across the business. Work closely with stakeholders and employees to provide ongoing HR advice across a wide geographic remit including a number of project sites Review and improve current HR policies and procedures Manage the end to end recruitment function Create and manage the Learning amp Development space within the business The successful applicant will require Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related field5 + years experience Previous experience within construction or related industry a passion for Learning amp development. For any questions relating to this role or other opportunities with DampB and our clients please contact Brooke Hudson on 029376 8200 or click apply. Your application will be treated as strictly confidential. Like us on Facebook httpswww.facebook.comdesignandbuildrecruitment Follow us on Instagram httpswww.instagram.comdesign.build.recruit Connect with us on LinkedIn httpswww.linkedin.comcompanydesign-amp-build-recruitment Check us out on Google httpsbit.ly2whfDMO THE ROLE THE ROLE THE ROLE Our client is a leading Australian business delivering major nationwide commercial projects. At present they are seeking an experienced HR Coordinator to join their office in Sydney to deliver a robust HR service to the business. This is a fantastic opportunity not only to progress your HR career, but to also expand the learning amp development aspect of the business. You will be be across everything from recruitment, workforce planning, performance reviews, site visits and providing general advice to the wider business. This role would suit a dynamic, passionate individual who is really looking to add value to a company with a genuinely great culture who are going from strength to strength. Duties will include but not be limited to Provide general HR advice across the business. Work closely with stakeholders and employees to provide ongoing HR advice across a wide geographic remit including a number of project sites Review and improve current HR policies and procedures Manage the end to end recruitment function Create and manage the Learning amp Development space within the business The successful applicant will require Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related field5 + years experience Previous experience within construction or related industry a passion for Learning amp development. For any questions relating to this role or other opportunities with DampB and our clients please contact Brooke Hudson on 029376 8200 or click apply. Your application will be treated as strictly confidential. Like us on Facebook httpswww.facebook.comdesignandbuildrecruitment Follow us on Instagram httpswww.instagram.comdesign.build.recruit Connect with us on LinkedIn httpswww.linkedin.comcompanydesign-amp-build-recruitment Check us out on Google httpsbit.ly2whfDMO Our client is a leading Australian business delivering major nationwide commercial projects. At present they are seeking an experienced HR Coordinator to join their office in Sydney to deliver a robust HR service to the business. This is a fantastic opportunity not only to progress your HR career, but to also expand the learning amp development aspect of the business. You will be be across everything from recruitment, workforce planning, performance reviews, site visits and providing general advice to the wider business. This role would suit a dynamic, passionate individual who is really looking to add value to a company with a genuinely great culture who are going from strength to strength. Duties will include but not be limited to Provide general HR advice across the business. Work closely with stakeholders and employees to provide ongoing HR advice across a wide geographic remit including a number of project sites Review and improve current HR policies and procedures Manage the end to end recruitment function Create and manage the Learning amp Development space within the business The successful applicant will require Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related field5 + years experience Previous experience within construction or related industry a passion for Learning amp development. For any questions relating to this role or other opportunities with DampB and our clients please contact Brooke Hudson on 029376 8200 or click apply. Your application will be treated as strictly confidential. Like us on Facebook httpswww.facebook.comdesignandbuildrecruitment Follow us on Instagram httpswww.instagram.comdesign.build.recruit Connect with us on LinkedIn httpswww.linkedin.comcompanydesign-amp-build-recruitment Check us out on Google httpsbit.ly2whfDMO Our client is a leading Australian business delivering major nationwide commercial projects. At present they are seeking an experienced HR Coordinator to join their office in Sydney to deliver a robust HR service to the business. This is a fantastic opportunity not only to progress your HR career, but to also expand the learning amp development aspect of the business. You will be be across everything from recruitment, workforce planning, performance reviews, site visits and providing general advice to the wider business. This role would suit a dynamic, passionate individual who is really looking to add value to a company with a genuinely great culture who are going from strength to strength. Duties will include but not be limited to Provide general HR advice across the business. Work closely with stakeholders and employees to provide ongoing HR advice across a wide geographic remit including a number of project sites Review and improve current HR policies and procedures Manage the end to end recruitment function Create and manage the Learning amp Development space within the business The successful applicant will require Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related field5 + years experience Previous experience within construction or related industry a passion for Learning amp development. For any questions relating to this role or other opportunities with DampB and our clients please contact Brooke Hudson on 029376 8200 or click apply. HR Coordinator Duties will include but not be limited to Provide general HR advice across the business. Work closely with stakeholders and employees to provide ongoing HR advice across a wide geographic remit including a number of project sites Review and improve current HR policies and procedures Manage the end to end recruitment function Create and manage the Learning amp Development space within the business The successful applicant will require Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related field5 + years experience Previous experience within construction or related industry a passion for Learning amp development. Your application will be treated as strictly confidential. Like us on Facebook httpswww.facebook.comdesignandbuildrecruitment Follow us on Instagram httpswww.instagram.comdesign.build.recruit Connect with us on LinkedIn httpswww.linkedin.comcompanydesign-amp-build-recruitment Check us out on Google httpsbit.ly2whfDMO Like us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram Connect with us on LinkedIn Check us out on Google

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • hr business partner

    This past paced leading financial services organisation currently has an exciting opportunity for an experienced people-focused and influential HR Business Partner to join their team on a 6 months basis. Based in Sydney Olympic Park, you will join a team of dedicated HR professionals with a strong commercial focus providing advice and support to their Sydney office of roughly 1000 people with the support of one other HRBP and a people connect team. Key responsibilities Act as a trusted adviser and business partner to business units by delivering solutions to address business, commercial and people related matters within unionised and nonunionised employees. Act as a confidential adviser to support all employees Identify risk, themes and opportunities for improvement and make recommendations for commercial and innovative solutions. Be responsible for the day to day management and interpretation of our HR policies, processes and procedures whilst ensuring compliance with regards to broader HR legislative requirements Assist in delivering initiatives designed to maximise the engagement of employees. Work collaboratively with the team on key projects. Qualifications Ideally 5 years experience in a hands on generalist role, with sound knowledge within a unionised environment Previous experience working as a business partner in an internal consulting role providing advice and support to managers Strong businesscommercial acumen with a track record of developing strong relationships internally, externally and across business units. Previous experience with a focus on assisting with organisational development strategies to promote workforce capabilities, retention and culture. Sound understanding of the financial services space would be ideal experience working within an ambiguous environment where there has been massive changeacquisitions. Tertiary qualifications in HR or Business degree. Due to the contract nature of the assignment, the recruitment process will move very quickly so please apply now or email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Khouri on mkhourihrpartners.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. It is required be resident in the country This past paced leading financial services organisation currently has an exciting opportunity for an experienced people-focused and influential HR Business Partner to join their team on a 6 months basis. Based in Sydney Olympic Park, you will join a team of dedicated HR professionals with a strong commercial focus providing advice and support to their Sydney office of roughly 1000 people with the support of one other HRBP and a people connect team. Key responsibilities Act as a trusted adviser and business partner to business units by delivering solutions to address business, commercial and people related matters within unionised and nonunionised employees. Act as a confidential adviser to support all employees Identify risk, themes and opportunities for improvement and make recommendations for commercial and innovative solutions. Be responsible for the day to day management and interpretation of our HR policies, processes and procedures whilst ensuring compliance with regards to broader HR legislative requirements Assist in delivering initiatives designed to maximise the engagement of employees. Work collaboratively with the team on key projects. Qualifications Ideally 5 years experience in a hands on generalist role, with sound knowledge within a unionised environment Previous experience working as a business partner in an internal consulting role providing advice and support to managers Strong businesscommercial acumen with a track record of developing strong relationships internally, externally and across business units. Previous experience with a focus on assisting with organisational development strategies to promote workforce capabilities, retention and culture. Sound understanding of the financial services space would be ideal experience working within an ambiguous environment where there has been massive changeacquisitions. Tertiary qualifications in HR or Business degree. Due to the contract nature of the assignment, the recruitment process will move very quickly so please apply now or email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Khouri on mkhourihrpartners.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. It is required be resident in the country This past paced leading financial services organisation currently has an exciting opportunity for an experienced people-focused and influential HR Business Partner to join their team on a 6 months basis. Based in Sydney Olympic Park, you will join a team of dedicated HR professionals with a strong commercial focus providing advice and support to their Sydney office of roughly 1000 people with the support of one other HRBP and a people connect team. people-focused influential HR Business Partn team Key responsibilities Key responsibilities Act as a trusted adviser and business partner to business units by delivering solutions to address business, commercial and people related matters within unionised and nonunionised employees. Act as a confidential adviser to support all employees Identify risk, themes and opportunities for improvement and make recommendations for commercial and innovative solutions. Be responsible for the day to day management and interpretation of our HR policies, processes and procedures whilst ensuring compliance with regards to broader HR legislative requirements Assist in delivering initiatives designed to maximise the engagement of employees. Work collaboratively with the team on key projects. Qualifications Qualifications Ideally 5 years experience in a hands on generalist role, with sound knowledge within a unionised environment Previous experience working as a business partner in an internal consulting role providing advice and support to managers Strong businesscommercial acumen with a track record of developing strong relationships internally, externally and across business units. Previous experience with a focus on assisting with organisational development strategies to promote workforce capabilities, retention and culture. Sound understanding of the financial services space would be ideal experience working within an ambiguous environment where there has been massive changeacquisitions. Tertiary qualifications in HR or Business degree. Due to the contract nature of the assignment, the recruitment process will move very quickly so please apply now or email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Khouri on mkhourihrpartners.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

    location Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Recognised as a leader in this purpose led sector, we are embedding innovative recruitment strategies to attract high calibre talent to our organisation. This is a unique opportunity to work within a collaborative People and Culture team based in Sydney servicing the organisations 5 locations across the state. This is a hands on business partnering role that will suit an individual passionate about talent acquisition. You will be responsible for the delivery of  best practice solutions in partnership with the internal stakeholders, to select the best talent and manage the end to end recruitment process. The ideal candidate will be able to hit the ground running and enjoy the challenges of this broad and varied role. They will be a proactive and self-driven professional who has the ability to think strategically to drive the future success of both the talent acquisition function and the organisation more broadly. Accountabilities Accountabilities · Proactively source future candidates using a variety of methods including creating and managing the talent pipeline, advocating and championing the brand and EVP. · Develop bespoke sourcing strategies for each role and work location through partnerships with each Hiring Manager · Screen and check suitable candidates to shortlist to Hiring Managers · Maintain and champion the recruitment system · Manage Employment Contracts and the onboarding process with the support of our Induction Program. Position Requirements Position Requirements ·We™re looking for an enthusiastic, collaborative individual who has extensive experience in end to end sourcing or recruitment. ·Internal relationship building skills are a necessity together with exceptional communication skills including the art of extracting EVP of individual teams and services. ·Experience working to and meeting demanding targets and deadlines within recruitment campaigns in a high-volume environment. To Apply, please submit your resume along with a one-page statement explaining how your skills and experience align to this role.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Consultant

    The HR Consultants focus is to drive a high performing culture through strategic and operational HR. Client Details Client Details Confidential Description Description This role would suit a HR generalist who is looking to gain experience in Employee relations and strategic HR - Provide coaching and advice to team leaders - ER case management - Partner with the wider HR function - Develop and implement HR strategies - Take ownership of the HRIS - Support key HR projects in 2020 centred around business growth Profile Profile - System savvy amp strong technically - Passionate about helping others succeed - Previous experience in a HR generalist role - Some employee relations experience - Experience in supporting HR projects Job Offer Job Offer -Excellent culture - Progressive amp large HR function that is well-established - Developmental opportunities - Collaborative HR team - HR Project work - Free parking on site To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Rachel Grimison on +612 8046 0792.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Consultant

    Sunnyfield is known as one of the largest, most progressive amp innovative disability service providers in NSW, and the People Learning and Culture team plays a vital role to enable the expected large growth and ongoing success. Our Vision is excellence in supporting people with intellectual disabilities. Our Mission is to enrich the lives of people with intellectual disability by creating choice, opportunities and skills for life. In taking Sunnyfield from good to great, the Performance Consultant will focus on both the reactive and proactive elements of building a sustainable, high performance culture. The role will work closely with the business to support people managers with IRER matters by providing professional advice, coaching and generalist HR support on a range of human resources and industrial related issues in a consistent and timely manner. Your responsibilities will include to Focus primarily on performance, including performance management, capability development and ultimately staff engagement and retention. Provide day to day coaching and guidance to managers coupled with implementation of performance and learning and development initiatives and projects You will support a high performance culture by working closely with the business in acting as the first point of contact for any performance issues including performance improvement plans, employee counselling and participation in Response Team investigations Support two (2) HR Business Partners in various strategic PLC initiatives as well as being involved in PLC related projects Ensure compliance with employment and industrial relations requirements including applicable industrial instruments, Enterprise Agreements, National Employment Standards (NES) and other relevant legislation To be successful in this role you will have Degree Qualifications in Human Resources, Industrial Relations or Business Demonstrated ability in managing and achieving successful outcomes in complex employee issues High level understanding of all areas of employment law and WHS Strong experience across employmentindustrial relations and knowledge of HR and employment legislation, in particular the SCHADS and Supported Employees Award Ability to manage time, set priorities and to achieve targets in a performance driven environment Passion for Leadership mentoring, coaching and capability build. Intermediate to Advanced Microsoft Office If you are passionate about making a difference every day, have experience in being a successful PLC Performance Specialist, we look forward to receiving your application. To be considered for this exciting role, please click on the Apply button and attach your Cover Letter and Resume.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Generalist

    About Us About Us Civica (www.civica.com) is a market-leading specialist in business-critical software applications, digital solutions and managed services that help teams and organisations around the world to transform the way they work. Civicas software and digital solutions are market leaders in their industries and are known globally. In Australia, our software and cloud solutions and services have powered some of the most important organisations in our communities like schools, libraries, local councils and state agencies, community organisations, and others to help them meet the changing needs of the citizens they serve. Our team is proud to work within the sectors we do, where we make a real difference, contributing to the growth of the societies that we live in. Want to join us and help continue our mission? About the role About the role We have a 10-month maternity leave contract for an experienced HR Generalist to join our team in Mascot. Part of the wider HR team, you will be the key HR business partner for two business units. You will have key involvement in a range of HR related requirements including, strategic direction, coaching amp development and people initiatives. A fast-paced environment you will thrive on supporting leaders and employees to get the best outcomes whilst harnessing a collaborative amp inclusive culture. You will be fundamental in supporting business fluctuations and helping leaders navigate through strategic plans as Civica continue to drive business growth and outcomes. Responsibilities Responsibilities Provide strategic direction and coaching for the business unit leadership team Coach, support and develop leaders by building trusted business partnerships and relationships Provide commercially focused HR advice and support on all employee relations issues in line with best practice, company procedures and legislation Work with the wider HR team to build and ensure efficiency and effectiveness of the function in its delivery of business advice and transactional services Deliver on people initiatives including aligning performance, capability and talent initiatives to the business strategy About you About you You will be an experienced HR generalist with exposure to the software industry a plus but not mandatory. You will also have Ability to negotiate with and influence stakeholders to achieve strategic and commercially astute outcomes Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills and an ability to engage and build networks A passion for working with people to get the best outcomes Your Benefits Your Benefits At Civica we believe our people are our biggest asset and we pride ourselves on cultivating a supportive and modern working environment whilst providing you with the tools you need to get the job done. We will offer what you would expect in todays modern work environments Join a growing and successful business Exciting incentives and commission Genuine career development Flexible working conditions We are big on sharing celebratory moments, and they often involve cake (We do gluten free options) - Friday Happy Hour is also a thing What Next? What Next? Do we sound like a good match? If so then we would love to hear from you Please include a cover letter outlining how your experience, aspirations and values are a match, along with your resume and we will take it from there. Civica is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Civica is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. No agencies please, we will reach out if we need to. No agencies please, we will reach out if we need to.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Coordinator - Leading Global Law Firm

    The Employer The role About you be an experienced support professional, with excellent administration skills and at least two years experience supporting senior-level professionals have gained that experience in a professional servicespartnership firm. (Law firm experience would be viewed favourably.) offer either tertiary HR qualifications or hands-on experience in another HR support position Why apply? Next steps... APPLY Sarah Hall, Director Knight Fowler Jenkins Sarah can also be contacted on + 61 (0)415 491 047. www.knightfowlerjenkins.com www.knightfowlerjenkins.com www.knightfowlerjenkins.com www.knightfowlerjenkins.com www.knightfowlerjenkins.com Recruiting practice services and legal support professionals for law firms and in-house legal departments, across Australia. Recruiting practice services and legal support professionals for law firms and in-house legal departments, across Australia. Recruiting practice services and legal support professionals for law firms and in-house legal departments, across Australia. Recruiting practice services and legal support professionals for law firms and in-house legal departments, across Australia. Recruiting practice services and legal support professionals for law firms and in-house legal departments, across Australia. Recruiting practice services and legal support professionals for law firms and in-house legal departments, across Australia. As a recruitment consultancy, Knight Fowler Jenkins may collect personal and sensitive information. For further information, please refer to the privacy policy on our website.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor

    State Government organisation are seeking an experienced HR Advisor for a 2 month assignment Your new company This is a 2 month assignment for the lead department of a State Government agency based in Western Sydney. Your new role Over the period, you will act as a trusted advisor, supporting the client on HR consulting services and advice in a range of human resource areas including organisational capability, workforce planning, recruitment, talent development, performance management, employee engagement, recognition and reward, industrial relations, case management, HR legislation and policy, change management, Work Health and Safety and HR project management . Over the period, you will deal with conflict resolution matters, performance management and complex investigations. What youll need to succeed You will have extensive experience and expertise across all HR disciplines. You will be an experienced ER Specialist, ideally with experience from the public sector, having handled and resolved conflict or disputes and experience coaching management through ER matters. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related discipline What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to Jessica.collinsonhays.com.au, or call us now. If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. SA Licence number LHS 297508 Your new company Your new role What youll need to succeed What you need to do now SA Licence number

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner role with a National Financial Services brand base in the Sydney CBD, for 6-12 months Your new company One of Australia™s largest Motoring business located in the heart of Sydney™s CBD. Will offer you a high-end working environment with state of the art office facilities. The company provides world- leading customer experiences. A HR Business Partner is required to join the companies Sydney Office. Your new role As the HR Business Partner you will be passionate in helping to drive success in a motoring business through the provision of industry leading people through the employee lifecycle. You will support frontline and middle management levels on all aspect of human resources. Your primary responsibilities include performance management, remuneration and benefits, employee relations, talent management and succession planning, risk management and EEO. What youll need to succeed You will have strong HR Generalist skills with excellent communication presentation and interpersonal skills. You will hold a Current Driver™s license and Tertiary level qualifications in HR or similar business discipline is essential. Ideally, you will have experience in case management, grievance handling, managing performance and discipline matters Have excellent consulting and negotiation skills. Preferably have a strong proactive client service focus. Have ability to work in a highly collaborative team environment and have ability to use sound judgement. Preferably strong knowledge of an industrial environment. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or email elaine.mccarthyhays.com.au If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. SA Licence number LHS 297508 Your new company Your new role What youll need to succeed What you need to do now SA Licence number

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Across the globe the team at IDEXX are focused on enhancing the health and well-being of pets, people, and livestock.  We work to raise the standard of care for all animals, make drinking water safe for billions and keep our livestock population healthy and free of disease.  What we do each day is more than just a job and that creates an energy which is contagious. We live and work in an incredible environment full of passionate and committed people. Across the globe the team at IDEXX are focused on enhancing the health and well-being of pets, people, and livestock.  We work to raise the standard of care for all animals, make drinking water safe for billions and keep our livestock population healthy and free of disease.  What we do each day is more than just a job and that creates an energy which is contagious. We live and work in an incredible environment full of passionate and committed people. The Opportunity The Opportunity We have an exciting and unique opportunity for a talented HR professional with a passion for partnering with the business to achieve our strategic objectives through our people.  Working with the ANZ Human Resources team this key role supports our Commercial and Shared Services teams to ensure we leverage our talent to inspire exceptional commercial and strategic initiative execution. IDEXX is a global market leader and this position impacts on its continuing growth and ongoing success through employee engagement, leadership development and management capability, talent planning, performance management, change management and much more.  You will also be involved in the delivery of HR projects and the implementation of strategic HR initiatives with the support of our global HR partners. The Successful candidate¦ The Successful candidate¦ A minimum of a Bachelor™s degree in Human Resources, or a related field 5+ years™ experience in a HR Business Partnergeneralist role with commercial exposure Demonstrated ability to influence and drive commercially sound business outcomes Sound knowledge of IndustrialEmployee relations, employment law and interpretation of Awards Demonstrated ability building relationships, communicating with, influencing and partnering with the business Strong facilitation and change management aptitude Prior experience in a fast-paced global organisation Experience with HR technology, such as Workday. What we can offer? What we can offer? An opportunity to join a global market leader that continues to reinvest 100M per annum into research and development devoted to veterinary diagnostics. An environment that values and respects the role of the HR business partner An opportunity to make a difference and positively impact the community alongside a fantastic local team who pursue our purpose with passion. A commitment to your ongoing development with our education support initiatives, we provide ongoing health and wellness activities, and voluntary community leave entitlements. If you are passionate about making a difference and being rewarded for your efforts, please APPLY or contact Kathryn Kelly, Talent Acquisition Specialist - Kathryn-Kellyidexx.com APPLY If you would like to learn more about IDEXX and what we do please take a look at our website at httpswww.idexx.com.auen-au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • People Services Coordinator

    Thorn is one of Australias leading financial service providers, offering a broad range of financial solutions to meet growing demand from niche consumer and commercial markets. Thorn Group consists of Radio Rentals which has 61 stores nationally and Thorn Business Finance. At our heart our purpose is to provide an amazing customer experience and we are committed to giving customers access to essential household items and technology. To achieve this we base everything we do on our company values We look after our customers We are all one team We strive to improve An exciting opportunity is available for a People Services Coordinator to join the Thorn team. You will be responsible for a payroll of approx. 600 employees using iChris. The role also involves managing our Reward amp Recognition program, managing the online uniform ordering process and providing support to the broader People amp Capability team. The team operates in a fun and collaborative manner and this is a great opportunity to work in a supportive team where everyone ˜pitches in™ to get the job done. Key Responsibilities Key Responsibilities End to end processing of the payroll function including PAYG, payroll tax, superannuation, salary sacrifice and other deductions ensuring that it is conducted with accuracy, in a timely manner and meets legislative amp compliance requirements Managing the Time amp Attendance system (iChris), which includes setting up and updating rosters in system and ensuring rosters are compliant with relevant award Setting up new employees, as well as processing and managing all payroll changes and any out of cycle payments HR Administration documentation such as reporting line, salary and terms and condition changes as appropriate Experience in reading, interpreting and actioning information from industrial awards and legislation that are relevant to the payroll function High quality organisational skills and ability to work under pressure and to tight timelines Work within the People amp Capability team to assist developing and implementing initiatives and solutions Act as the first point of contact for queries from employees and external partners Ensure that relevant HRIS systems are maintained and system integrity upheld Ensuring that month end processing and reporting requirements are met Manage end to end uniform process within the business ensuring budgetary requirements are met Manage the Reward amp Recognition program Manage the People amp Capability team mail boxes, responding to queries or escalating as required About You About You As the successful applicant you will need to be service oriented, have excellent written and verbal communication skills and have a flexible approach to the changing demands of our various operating areas. You will also have Minimum 3 years end to end payroll experience using iChrisChris21 with a demonstrated knowledge of legislative amp compliance requirements Exposure to time and attendance systems and rostering requirements Experience in a customer focused environment essential Ability to establish effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders Organisational, time management and administrative skills essential Proficiency in MS Office applications essential What™s In It For You? What™s In It For You? An attractive salary package, reflective of your experience Awesome Employee Benefits including employee discounts, retail discounts and annual flu vaccinations Free Parking How to apply How to apply Does this sound like you? Submit your application using the ˜Apply Now™ button and start your journey with us Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. .

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Reward Services Client Manager

    The Opportunity   Our Rewards Solutions Business are hiring  We are seeking an experienced Client Manager for a unique role in our Rewards team, managing a large remuneration services contract with a key external client in the financial services industry. You will play a key role in our financial services vertical, where you will be responsible for managing key project timelines, while maintaining and developing our relationship with our client to ensure we partner effectively across the project. The Opportunity Client Manager Your responsibilities will include Responsibility for the cycle to cycle delivery of contracted services Ownership of the project plan for development and delivery of all new contract services, monitoring, updating and reporting on project timelines and cycle schedules Attendance of and being the key contact for committee meetings First point of contact for any non-routine issues Management of the survey audit program Membership data management About you About you To be successful in this role, you will have Experience working in a Remuneration and Rewards, HR function either internally or within Consultancy Financial services industry experience from a people remuneration perspective Proven ability to manage scope, issues and decisions via a strong governance model Experience exposure to the survey data Aon Culture amp Benefits Aon Culture amp Benefits With close to 1800 employees, we are the largest organisation of our kind in Australia. Globally, we have an employee base of 50,000 people working across 120 countries. This allows us to gather the best thinking from around the world and deliver solutions locally. We provide colleagues with the support to make an impact, a team that will inspire you to achieve, and on-going opportunities for development Aon is the leading global provider of risk management, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, and human resource solutions. Our key advantage is our broad view of two of the most important issues in our economy today risk and people. Utilising this advantage, we™re driven to empower economic and human possibility for clients, colleagues and communities around the world.   At Aon, you™ll be part of a team which will support and inspire you, and provide the opportunities and resources to develop your skills. It™s an environment which encourages you to achieve your best - together we™ll empower results. Aon is the leading global provider of risk management, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, and human resource solutions. Our key advantage is our broad view of two of the most important issues in our economy today risk and people. Utilising this advantage, we™re driven to empower economic and human possibility for clients, colleagues and communities around the world.   At Aon, you™ll be part of a team which will support and inspire you, and provide the opportunities and resources to develop your skills. It™s an environment which encourages you to achieve your best - together we™ll empower results. Aon is an equal opportunity employer and we invite you to be part of an organisation that has a diverse workplace, values continuous learning and supports many charities and environmental initiatives. Aon is an equal opportunity employer and we invite you to be part of an organisation that has a diverse workplace, values continuous learning and supports many charities and environmental initiatives.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Director of Talent and Culture- Qantas Lounges

    Accor offers Lounge guests a new attitude for cosmopolitan business and leisure travellers visiting the Qantas Domestic amp International Lounges across Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Los Angeles and London. The team consists of close to 1200 employees working across 30 upscale lounges. We have the pleasure of looking after the most valued Qantas™s customers every week. Reporting to the Regional General Manager of Lounges and Senior VP Talent and Culture Pacific for Accor, you will lead all talent acquisition, talent management and development, workplace health and safety, industrial relations and safety compliance. You will lead and develop a team of 7 TampC team members across geographic and diverse time zones. No two days will be the same - you will have plenty of opportunity to make your mark whilst continuing to learn and grow in your Human Resources generalist career. Your responsibilities will includeLead the recruitment amp induction to ensure we meet staffing needs including monitoring of manning guides and budgets.Coordinate employee rewards and benefits programs as well as internal staff events in line with business expectationsSupport our leaders by providing HR guidance on employee benefits, rewards amp recognition programs amp management of Workers CompensationCoach and support our leaders through disciplinary mattersAnalysing amp report on TampC information and assist with key projectsGeneral Administration tasks such as accurately managing personnel documentation amp employee files as well as payroll preparation, and month end reportingTo be successful in this role you willQualifications in Human Resources or related field.Have proven administrative, organisational and time management skillsPossess the adaptability to build strong working relationshipsHave a thorough working understanding of IR law, WHS legislation, Worker™s Compensation and knowledge of the Hospitality Industry General Award, and IR knowledge across multi-site and geographic diverse locationsA hospitality background and previous experience delivering the HR function within a hotel environment desirable however not essential. Your responsibilities will include Your responsibilities will include

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Generalist

    This newly created role will suit an experienced, hands-on, HR professional willing to support our start up organisation as we move into the next phase of business development. About the Company About the Company Saluda Medical is a medical device company developing advanced neuromodulation systems for the next generation of implantable stimulation devices. We are a cutting edge, progressive, Australian company at the forefront of spinal cord stimulation technologies for the management of chronic pain. Our team is made up of world-class engineers, clinicians and seasoned professionals with experience in bringing medical technologies to life. About the Role About the Role This is an exciting time to join the business as it grows from a research and development organisation into a successful commercial entity and this role is critical in helping facilitate the transition while retaining the positive, inclusive corporate culture. Working closely with a small administration team and reporting to the Head of HR to create the HR infrastructure to support the business ongoing, you will be responsible for providing HR support to over 100 employees in Australia and contributing to our worldwide development. While encompassing the full employee lifecycle and employee engagement, there is a strong focus on recruitment, as well as creating, reviewing and updating company policies and procedures. In addition to solid HR experience, successful candidates will have demonstrated a hands on approach, with the enthusiasm to work collaboratively and develop the HR capability of an organisation.  You will have a proven track record of excellent stakeholder management and strong business acumen. Responsibilities Responsibilities Conduct and facilitate recruitment and selection, employee onboarding and provide advice to managers in this regard. Encourage a culture of trust, innovation and customer focus from all stakeholders. Provide up-to-date market trends on new legislation and initiatives, including regulatory, professional and legislative changes that could impact the business. Support and develop overall HR strategies systems, tactics and procedures across the company, with an emphasis on quality, productivity, standards and continuous improvement. Support and coach Managers to continue to develop their capabilities Assist in the development of reward amp recognition and motivational techniques. Protect the interests of employees and the company in accordance with company HR policies and governmental laws and regulations to minimise overall risk associated with the ongoing practices in the company Provide advice regarding disciplinary performance and grievance issues ensuring compliance with relevant legislation, aiming for an outcome where all parties involved experience maximum satisfaction. Review and monitor employee safety, welfare, wellness and health Provide guidance and support for WHS issues Conduct and oversee employee offboarding, terminations and exit interviews appropriately as required Work to expand the Learning and Development program, supporting the company™s and individual™s needs Facilitate communication and promote understanding within the company Provide advice, assistance and suggestions for staff performance evaluations Provide basic counselling to staff who experience performance related obstacles Collaborate in the development and implementation of an appropriate HRM system Manage and support the HRM system once implemented Requirements Requirements Minimum of 4 years™ experience as a Human Resources Manager including knowledge and experience in employment law, remuneration and benefits, compensation, organisational planning, recruitment, WHS, organisation development, employee relations, safety, employee engagement, and employee development Minimum of a bachelor™s degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Business, or other relevant degree Enthusiastic team player with strong interpersonal skills and the confidence to work independently as required Excellent organisational management skills Exceptional written and spoken communication skills Approachable and professional, with solid problem-solving skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks Self-motivated and well organised Demonstrated ability to serve as a knowledgeable resource to the management team Knowledge of HR systems and databases Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Sound judgement, ability to retain confidentiality and use discretion. Thorough knowledge and willingness to comply with EEO and WHS standards. If you would like to be part of our team developing the worlds next generation of implantable device technology, please apply online now, ensuring you include a cover letter detailing why you believe you would be well suited to the role. Thank you. If you would like to be part of our team developing the worlds next generation of implantable device technology, please apply online now, ensuring you include a cover letter detailing why you believe you would be well suited to the role. Thank you. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Applications without cover letters, as per above, will not be considered. Applications without cover letters, as per above, will not be considered. You must have the legal right to work unrestricted in Australia, no visa or sponsorship support is available for this role. You must have the legal right to work unrestricted in Australia, no visa or sponsorship support is available for this role.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • People Services Manager

    The People Services Manager will play a key role in managing the People and Culture Services function, ensuring accurate and timely HR support is provided. This position will be involved with running and sponsoring PampC operational projects and be involved with systems that interface and impact on the payroll system and reporting. The key duties and responsibilities of this role will entail Reviewing and managing the current service model and a team to two HR advisors Designing and optimising the model to ensure the support and the delivery of highly client focused, reliable and efficient first point of contact service for tier 1 employee questions regarding entitlements, policy, and other related queries Provide support for key cyclical PampC initiatives including Salary Reviews, performance management, Employee Opinion Surveys. Support and manage data integrity of P amp C systems to ensure accurate reporting and flow of data to inter-related systems Designing and implementing metrics - including Service Level Agreements Managing the self-service intranet based HR Portal. Act as an escalation point for more complex HR queries Provide ER Policy advice to the HR Business Partners and the greater business. Report in to Head of People amp Culture Operations As the successful candidate for this role you will have Recently held a similar role in an HR Shared Services environment, ideally in a people management capacity Recent local ER knowledge and practical experience. Strong communication and stakeholder management skills are essential Demonstrated experience and working knowledge of industrial instruments (eg Modern Awards, Enterprise Agreements, Fair Work Act) The ability to take ownership and ensure delivery of initiatives A strong client service focus and the ability to create a client centric culture

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Manager People Consulting

    See yourself in our team CommBank have recently transformed the Human Resources (HR) operating model, which has opened up a number of opportunities within the newly formed People Solutions Team. The People Consulting team co-design and deliver solutions that solve critical people issues that drive measurable business value. The team operates as an in-house HR consultancy solution. Do work that matters Team members may work independently, or in small teams of various compositions, depending on the initiative and may gain diverse exposure by working on a variety of strategic initiatives across the Group, in partnership with the HR BPs and their business areas Your impact and contribution See yourself in our team Do work that matters Your impact and contribution Partner with key stakeholders to create, develop and deliver projects identified through prioritisation and which reflect a key business need Support or lead elements of prioritisation, analysis, design, development, delivery, evaluation and operational reporting metrics for projects or tasks assigned to you Apply a structured project and change management process to create highly impactful, timely project delivery Coach and influence business leaders to support effective project delivery Were interested in hearing from people who have Were interested in hearing from people who have Experienced human resources practitioner High level understanding of key people lifecycle activities and the risks and requirements to deliver these Proven consulting andor project management skills Ability to establish productive working relationships with senior business leaders and the HR community Strong customer focus and the ability to fully understand their needs and translate these into fit for purpose deliverables Demonstrable achievements in managing situations where leadership and influencing skills are paramount to success Excellent interpersonal skills and sound judgement If this sounds like the role for you then we would love to hear from you. Apply Now

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor

    State Government Contract 2 Months Can be based in the CBD or Parramatta In this role you will be delivering client focused HR consulting services and advice in a range of human resource areas including Organisational capability, workforce planning, recruitment, talent development, performance management, employee engagement, recognition and reward, industrial relations, case management, HR legislation and policy, change management, Work Health and Safety and HR project management Identify and advise on people related issues, exercising sound judgement, empathy and discretion, when dealing with sensitive and complex human resource management cases to deliver positive and harmonious workforce solutions Coach and advise business stakeholders on a range of HR solutions to support their business strategies, plans and priorities. Identify opportunities for improvement in HR service delivery including assessing and updating HR methods and processes Build and maintain strong client relationships with key business stakeholders to support business outcomes To be a successful candidate in this role you will have relevant tertiary qualifications with several years™ experience in an HR AdvisorBusiness Partner role to be able to Manage and prioritise conflicting priorities to meet critical time deadlines to meet the HR requirements of diverse business stakeholders Develop and maintain current professional knowledge to implement, review and adapt operations Adapt HR policies and practices to deliver consistent quality HR service and support to business stakeholders in a dynamic public sector environment· To express your interest in this role please forward your resume and covering letter (preferably in Word format) via the link by COB 19220.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Generalist

    The HR Advisor would provide generalist human resources advice and deliver strategic HR projects. Client Details Client Details Not-for-Profit organisation supporting the community. Description Description ERIR Offer strategic HR advice to the Executive and coaching to Managers and staff in line legislative guidelines and Policy Develop policies and practices Learning and development Recruitment Develop and implement various HR projects Manage WHS and Return-to-Work processes and programs Provide advice on Award and EBA provisions, conditions, HR policies and procedures and other HR matters Profile Profile Relevant experience in HR Desirable experience in the HealthNot-for-Profit industry Demonstrated knowledge of Employment Law in Australia Stakeholder management skills Strong interpersonal amp communication skills Relevant degree Job Offer Job Offer Values-based organisation A great step up for a HR Advisor who is ready to take on more responsibility Close-knit team Growing organisation To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Rachel Grimison on +612 8046 0792.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Coordinator/Payroll

    National manufacturing business recently acquired by a prominent private equity firm currently undergoing a restructure is ready to hire a capable individual to work in the HR team supporting payroll with their outsourcing project.Reporting into the HR Adviser, your role will encompass day to day tasks of a HR coordinator including, recruitment, advertising, screening, organising interview schedules,database maintenance, filing employee files, policy writing, handling HR enquiries, answering emails, typing contracts, reference checks, onboarding and working closely with payroll processing the KRONOS Time and Attendance cards for 150 staff nationally. Key Responsibilities  Ensuring the time and attendance records are interfaced from KRONOS into SAP for processing. Checking the time and attendance system to ensure hours are complete and times are approved. Requires speaking with Managers at site level to obtain confirmation regarding time card variances and corrections Coordinate the preparation of new starter information ensuring all paperwork is sent through to central payroll Currently, they forward changes to the payroll team and then check the change request have been actioned correctly. Maintain confidentiality and provide a focal point for payroll related queries Prompt and efficient communication between site managers and all other relevant stakeholders Ensure data and records are entered accurately All day to day generalist HR duties supporting HR What you will bring Tertiary qualified with minimum 1-2 years experience working in HRpayroll.  You are proactive, and have strong initiative and follow up Very articulate with a strong sense of urgency Incredible eye for detail   Essentially, you are an experienced HR Administrator  who has excellent communication skills with a great attitude to work. You will be a strong team player who is trustworthy,reliable  and can work unsupervised. Due to the location of the role it is essential you have your own transport, free parking is provided. Please click on apply immediately as we are ready to hirePlease send a WORD version of your resume for review. National manufacturing business recently acquired by a prominent private equity firm currently undergoing a restructure is ready to hire a capable individual to work in the HR team supporting payroll with their outsourcing project.Reporting into the HR Adviser, your role will encompass day to day tasks of a HR coordinator including, recruitment, advertising, screening, organising interview schedules,database maintenance, filing employee files, policy writing, handling HR enquiries, answering emails, typing contracts, reference checks, onboarding and working closely with payroll processing the KRONOS Time and Attendance cards for 150 staff nationally. Key Responsibilities  Ensuring the time and attendance records are interfaced from KRONOS into SAP for processing. Checking the time and attendance system to ensure hours are complete and times are approved. Requires speaking with Managers at site level to obtain confirmation regarding time card variances and corrections Coordinate the preparation of new starter information ensuring all paperwork is sent through to central payroll Currently, they forward changes to the payroll team and then check the change request have been actioned correctly. Maintain confidentiality and provide a focal point for payroll related queries Prompt and efficient communication between site managers and all other relevant stakeholders Ensure data and records are entered accurately All day to day generalist HR duties supporting HR What you will bring Tertiary qualified with minimum 1-2 years experience working in HRpayroll.  You are proactive, and have strong initiative and follow up Very articulate with a strong sense of urgency Incredible eye for detail   Essentially, you are an experienced HR Administrator  who has excellent communication skills with a great attitude to work. You will be a strong team player who is trustworthy,reliable  and can work unsupervised. Due to the location of the role it is essential you have your own transport, free parking is provided. Please click on apply immediately as we are ready to hirePlease send a WORD version of your resume for review. Key Responsibilities Ensuring the time and attendance records are interfaced from KRONOS into SAP for processing. Checking the time and attendance system to ensure hours are complete and times are approved. Requires speaking with Managers at site level to obtain confirmation regarding time card variances and corrections Coordinate the preparation of new starter information ensuring all paperwork is sent through to central payroll Currently, they forward changes to the payroll team and then check the change request have been actioned correctly. Maintain confidentiality and provide a focal point for payroll related queries Prompt and efficient communication between site managers and all other relevant stakeholders Ensure data and records are entered accurately All day to day generalist HR duties supporting HR What you will bring Tertiary qualified with minimum 1-2 years experience working in HRpayroll. You are proactive, and have strong initiative and follow up Very articulate with a strong sense of urgency Incredible eye for detail Please click on apply immediately as we are ready to hirePlease send a WORD version of your resume for review.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor

    Fantastic opportunity to join a high performing team with a strong focus on collaboration and service excellence Collaborate with key stakeholders to design and lead the operational delivery of key initiatives, while also providing proactive risk-based advice and support to clients on complex people issues. Brisbane, Melbourne or Sydney 16-month maximum term contract, all role types considered, part-time encouraged to apply The role The role Suncorp™s People Solutions team is responsible for providing timely and pragmatic advice and support to internal clients across the full employee lifecycle. This team also proactively drives compliance and leader education on people issues. This role is responsible for leading, planning and implementing people-related initiatives, ensuring alignment to the People Experience (PX) Service Delivery Model across Australia and New Zealand. About you About you Problem solver High learning agility Flexible mindset to ˜work™ Comfort working autonomously and with ambiguity Ability to work successfully in a changing and fast-paced environment High degree of flexibility and balancing competing priorities ˜We™ rather than ˜I™ mindset to achieving goals Self starter Resilient and adaptable Key accountabilities Key accountabilities Reporting to the PX Manager, Compliance amp Delivery, you will Work in collaboration with key stakeholders to design and lead the operational delivery of key initiatives, ensuring appropriate planning and prioritisation. Work closely with all PX teams to ensure compliance and end-to-end operational considerations are planned and prioritised. Work across a broad range of issues including regulatory response, organisational change, legislative compliance, third party management, developing and reviewing policies for continuous improvement and complex case management. Provide pragmatic and risk conscious advice to a variety of key stakeholders. Identify trends, emerging people risks and areas for continuous improvement via regular reporting. Develop and co-ordinate the execution of clear project management and stakeholder engagement plans. Work with a continuous improvement and process efficiency approach, by driving consistency and exploring opportunities to remove duplication (including contributing to improving team operating procedures). Drive proactive supplier governance for People Solutions, aligning with the Suncorp Supplier Governance Framework. Skills amp Experience Skills amp Experience Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, Employee Relations or Law. Excellent stakeholder management skills with collaborative and consultative approach. Passion for simplification and continuous improvement. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to identify, analyse and resolve problems. Ability to prioritise multiple tasks and meet deadlines. Seasoned HR professional with broad experience across various HR areas of expertise. Demonstrated experience in developing and managing project artefacts, including change and communications plans. Demonstrated experience in identifying, reporting and managing risk. Our Benefits Our Benefits Discounts of up to 25 on our various Insurance, Banking amp Superannuation products. Flexible working environment and arrangements genuine focus on work-life balance. Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail amp shopping travel amp holiday health amp wellbeing). We offer support and various programs for our people (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Health amp Wellbeing, Study Support, Employee Referral Program (600), Facilities for nursing mothers, Company share options, Social club, Years of Service Recognition). About Suncorp About Suncorp Suncorp Group Limited is a top 20 ASX-listed company with 96 billion in assets and over 13,000 employees. The company is rapidly evolving to enhance its position as a leading as a diversified financial services organisation, delivering highly valued banking and wealth, and insurance products and services across Australia and New Zealand. We are passionate about inspiring our people by creating an inclusive culture, offering flexible work, career development and internal mobility, and building connected relationships amongst our team members and with our customers. If this role sounds like the challenge you have been looking for please submit an application online today.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Business Partner (Relocate to Ayers Rock Resort, NT)

    Are you ready for a unique employment experience with a sense of adventure looking to experience the diversity of the outback while growing your career, building lifetime friendships and all while saving for your future? Due to an internal promotion within our team, we are currently seeking a dedicated and highly motivated Human Resources Business Partner to join our fast paced and friendly Sails in the Desert team within our Ayres Rock Resort. Primary Objective of Role Are you ready for a unique employment experience with a sense of adventure looking to experience the diversity of the outback while growing your career, building lifetime friendships and all while saving for your future? Primary Objective of Role To ensure that the Human Resources needs of ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort are met through the provision of professional, timely and quality Human Resource Management services. To provide œinternal customer service to Voyages Hotels and Resort staff in an efficient and friendly manner, in line with ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort standards, to ensure the highest customer satisfaction (both internal and external) at all times To take a lead role in monitoring the development of First Nation team members within the business and providing opportunities for advancement and career Your new roleReporting to the General Manager of Sails in the Desert and General Manager Human Resources Operations you will be you will be responsible for working closely with Heads of Departments and driving and fostering a positive work environment in our business. Your new role Motivate employees to improve their effectiveness and efficiency through - Incentive programs, Performance appraisal techniques, quality of work life, Organizational development programs Improve employees qualifications by providing programs for training and development, education assistance, transfers and career management Retain qualified employees through Human Resource Programs and services including - Compensation and benefits, rewards and promotions, Employee relations and counselling Provide timely advice to all staff when requested in relation to Enterprise Bargaining Agreements, Industrial relations, Work Place Health and Safety, Workers compensation and rehabilitation, Human Resource Service Level Agreements In conjunction with finance and payroll provide relevant advice to Managers in relation to budgets and payroll functions Support the HR Strategy through communication, implementation and execution of HR policies and procedures Model, coach and facilitate behaviours that are consistent with ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort values Contribute to the implementation of change Leadership solutions at Ayers Rock Resort to support both the HR and business Strategy Identify opportunities to improve HR practices, systems and procedures across the range of human resources activities including recruitment, performance management, induction, learning and development, employee relations, succession planning and career management. To succeed in this role, you will have To succeed in this role, you will have Minimum of 5 years of experience as a Human Resources professional within the hospitality industry or related customer service industry 5 years of experience Understanding of principals of cultural competence within the context of a business that supports First Nation development and enterprise Employment Relations experience will be highly regarded Solid knowledge and experience in the area of learning and development. Experience and knowledge of the Australian Qualifications Training Framework will be highly regarded Ability to effectively create and manage a productive and successful team Strong conflict resolution skills at a departmental level Ability to work autonomously and as part of a management team Excellent English communication skills Financial skills including budget management and reporting as required Ability to effectively manage conflicting priorities Self-motivated and committed approach to the achieving the business goals Ability to lead by example at all times including professional behaviours, work standards and positive outlook Reliability amp Trustworthiness Good computer and literacy skills In return we offer In return we offer Competitive remuneration package Competitive remuneration package Relocation Assistance to assist in your move to Yulara Relocation Assistance to assist in your move to Yulara Vacation Bonus after 12 months of employment at our resort Opportunity to save money with your subsidised furnished staff accommodation with a generous discounted rate Opportunity to save money with your subsidised furnished staff accommodation with a generous discounted rate Resort discounts for all outlets and tours within Yulara such as IGA Supermarket, Shell Petrol Station and more Training amp Study opportunities provided by our Learning amp Development Team Benefits through our Partnership with Accor About our CompanyVoyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is a unique Australian travel company wholly owned by the Indigenous Land amp Sea Corporation (ILSC) offering experience-based holidays in spectacular wilderness locations including Ayers Rock Resort in the iconic Red Centre, Home Valley Station in the Kimberley region of Western Australia and tourism facilities at Mossman Gorge in Tropical North Queensland. About our Company This position is for our Ayres Rock Resort which is located in the Northern Territory. The resort has five individually branded hotel and apartment complexes across the resort we offer both our guests and employees a multitude of world class accommodation options. With four individually branded hotel and apartment complexes across Ayers Rock Resort we offer both our guests and employees a multitude of world class accommodation options.The Ayers Rock Resort complex also includes the Australian Tourism Award winning, Uluru Meeting Place, a campground, the Red Ochre Spa, the award winning Sounds of Silence (entered into the Australian Tourism Hall of Fame) as well as 15 independently branded food and beverage outlets.Voyages vision is to offer our visitors a genuine Indigenous experience while making a real difference for Indigenous communities through employment, development and business opportunities in tourism. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • People & Culture Coordinator

    Job Posting Title People amp Culture Coordinator Summary Aristocrat is seeking a PampC Coordinator within the People amp Culture team and is responsible for supporting the Senior Manager PampC and providing general support to the PampC team and Business Partners to achieve maximum productivity as well as serve as a point of contact for all operational and shared services enquiries to ensure the department provides professional, quality service to the business. What youll do Support and follow up new starter paperwork in partnership with involved business partners, payroll and compliance Coordinate and support employee events both on- and off-site Monitor, manage and respond to general employee queries via the Employee Support inbox Point of contact for Winning Ways queries Review Winning Ways reports to ensure budgets are spent appropriately. Collate and gather visa supporting documentation where required in partnership with involved business partners Support the local onboarding procedure and orientation Organise and manage the local service recognition process Co-ordinate the monthly CEO report submission Maintain and issue jury duty letters, confirmation of employment, promotion letters, letters of service and ad-hoc letters in partnership with HR Operations, Business Partners, Shared Services and Payroll Update and maintain the HR intranet Point of contact for general Workday queries and ad-hoc reporting requirements Process department invoices where appropriate Ad-hoc recruitment support where required Conducts new hire orientation on behalf of the PampC Team Consistently seeks to find areas of process improvement within the PampC Function to facilitate team effectiveness and a better customer service experience Work closely with the global PampC Group Transformation team to bring alignment across the global function on various processes, ways of working and continuous Workday improvement Work closely with the PampC team on local issues, the HRHelp inbox and injury management General administrative support where required What were looking for 2 years experience in Human Resources People function Generalist The ability to research and analyse various different type of data information Experience in matrix structured organisation Must have the ability to make recommendations to effectively resolve problems or issues, by using judgement that is in consistent with standards, practices, policies, procedures, regulation or government law Ability to organise and prioritise work and competing stakeholders Demonstrated experience in establishing and maintaining effective stakeholder relationships Why Aristocrat? World Leader in Gaming Entertainment Robust benefits package Global career opportunities Our core values All about the player, Talent Unleashed, Collective Brilliance and Good Business, Good Citizen Our Winning Ways Unite - Come together as one team, with one vision Develop - Empower, inspire and grow our people Deliver - Execute with excellence, be accountable for results Play - Be creative, celebrate success The US based roles may require registration with the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) andor other gaming jurisdictions in which we operate. Location North Ryde, NSW, AU Job family JFHR Coordination Contract Type Regular Time Type Full time Company Aristocrat Technologies Australia PL Job Posting Title People amp Culture Coordinator Summary Aristocrat is seeking a PampC Coordinator within the People amp Culture team and is responsible for supporting the Senior Manager PampC and providing general support to the PampC team and Business Partners to achieve maximum productivity as well as serve as a point of contact for all operational and shared services enquiries to ensure the department provides professional, quality service to the business. What youll do Support and follow up new starter paperwork in partnership with involved business partners, payroll and compliance Coordinate and support employee events both on- and off-site Monitor, manage and respond to general employee queries via the Employee Support inbox Point of contact for Winning Ways queries Review Winning Ways reports to ensure budgets are spent appropriately. Collate and gather visa supporting documentation where required in partnership with involved business partners Support the local onboarding procedure and orientation Organise and manage the local service recognition process Co-ordinate the monthly CEO report submission Maintain and issue jury duty letters, confirmation of employment, promotion letters, letters of service and ad-hoc letters in partnership with HR Operations, Business Partners, Shared Services and Payroll Update and maintain the HR intranet Point of contact for general Workday queries and ad-hoc reporting requirements Process department invoices where appropriate Ad-hoc recruitment support where required Conducts new hire orientation on behalf of the PampC Team Consistently seeks to find areas of process improvement within the PampC Function to facilitate team effectiveness and a better customer service experience Work closely with the global PampC Group Transformation team to bring alignment across the global function on various processes, ways of working and continuous Workday improvement Work closely with the PampC team on local issues, the HRHelp inbox and injury management General administrative support where required What were looking for 2 years experience in Human Resources People function Generalist The ability to research and analyse various different type of data information Experience in matrix structured organisation Must have the ability to make recommendations to effectively resolve problems or issues, by using judgement that is in consistent with standards, practices, policies, procedures, regulation or government law Ability to organise and prioritise work and competing stakeholders Demonstrated experience in establishing and maintaining effective stakeholder relationships Why Aristocrat? World Leader in Gaming Entertainment Robust benefits package Global career opportunities Our core values All about the player, Talent Unleashed, Collective Brilliance and Good Business, Good Citizen Our Winning Ways Unite - Come together as one team, with one vision Develop - Empower, inspire and grow our people Deliver - Execute with excellence, be accountable for results Play - Be creative, celebrate success The US based roles may require registration with the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) andor other gaming jurisdictions in which we operate. Location North Ryde, NSW, AU Job family JFHR Coordination Contract Type Regular Time Type Full time Company Aristocrat Technologies Australia PL Job Posting Title Job Posting Title Summary Summary What youll do What youll do Support and follow up new starter paperwork in partnership with involved business partners, payroll and compliance Coordinate and support employee events both on- and off-site Monitor, manage and respond to general employee queries via the Employee Support inbox Point of contact for Winning Ways queries Review Winning Ways reports to ensure budgets are spent appropriately. Collate and gather visa supporting documentation where required in partnership with involved business partners Support the local onboarding procedure and orientation Organise and manage the local service recognition process Co-ordinate the monthly CEO report submission Maintain and issue jury duty letters, confirmation of employment, promotion letters, letters of service and ad-hoc letters in partnership with HR Operations, Business Partners, Shared Services and Payroll Update and maintain the HR intranet Point of contact for general Workday queries and ad-hoc reporting requirements Process department invoices where appropriate Ad-hoc recruitment support where required Conducts new hire orientation on behalf of the PampC Team Consistently seeks to find areas of process improvement within the PampC Function to facilitate team effectiveness and a better customer service experience Work closely with the global PampC Group Transformation team to bring alignment across the global function on various processes, ways of working and continuous Workday improvement Work closely with the PampC team on local issues, the HRHelp inbox and injury management General administrative support where required What were looking for What were looking for 2 years experience in Human Resources People function Generalist The ability to research and analyse various different type of data information Experience in matrix structured organisation Must have the ability to make recommendations to effectively resolve problems or issues, by using judgement that is in consistent with standards, practices, policies, procedures, regulation or government law Ability to organise and prioritise work and competing stakeholders Demonstrated experience in establishing and maintaining effective stakeholder relationships Why Aristocrat? Why Aristocrat? World Leader in Gaming Entertainment World Leader in Gaming Entertainment Robust benefits package Robust benefits package Global career opportunities Global career opportunities Our core values All about the player, Talent Unleashed, Collective Brilliance and Good Business, Good Citizen Our core values All about the player, Talent Unleashed, Collective Brilliance and Good Business, Good Citizen Our Winning Ways Our Winning Ways Unite - Come together as one team, with one vision Develop - Empower, inspire and grow our people Deliver - Execute with excellence, be accountable for results Play - Be creative, celebrate success The US based roles may require registration with the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) andor other gaming jurisdictions in which we operate. Location Location Job family Job family Contract Type Contract Type Time Type Time Type Company Company

    location West Ryde, New South Wales


  • Retail Learning & Development Partner

    CHANEL continuously strives to create a passionate connection between the clients and the brand. To drive this, a key focus is engaging our own people who are the front face of CHANEL by strengthening their learning and development. This role serves as an integral conduit between learning and retail. The incumbent will support the implementation of people development initiatives and drive changes through coaching, role modelling and cross-function collaboration. What will you do? Translate and transfer classroom learning into POS executions to strengthen client experience, raise capability and improve performance Elevate the learning journey by identifying needs, curating and customizing learning solutions (coaching, on-site training, digital learning etc) on products, services, client experience and retail topics Work closely with Boutique Managers, Sales Managers and Areas Sales Managers to develop individual development plans for the retail teams as appropriate Support the on-boarding of new Beauty Advisors and Specialists by leveraging on the digital platform and other available tools to assimilate them into the new environment and coach them on products, selling skills and client experience Share best practices, key observations and individual boutique strategies with the retail leadership team and ODHR team to define learning interventions and adaptations Participate in people development discussions with retail leadership and ODHR. What are we looking for? At least 8 years™ experience in selling client services within a luxury beauty retail environment with a minimum of 2 years™ experience at the Leadership level. Diploma degree in Business, adult education or related discipline would be advantageous. Experience in designing personalized learning paths and curating training content with a good understanding of organizational behavior Exceptional communication and presentation skills “ able to interact strategically and operationally with a broad range of stakeholders Highly invested in motivating, developing, mentoring and driving high performance. If this role interests you, please apply. CHANEL continuously strives to create a passionate connection between the clients and the brand. To drive this, a key focus is engaging our own people who are the front face of CHANEL by strengthening their learning and development. This role serves as an integral conduit between learning and retail. The incumbent will support the implementation of people development initiatives and drive changes through coaching, role modelling and cross-function collaboration. What will you do? Translate and transfer classroom learning into POS executions to strengthen client experience, raise capability and improve performance Elevate the learning journey by identifying needs, curating and customizing learning solutions (coaching, on-site training, digital learning etc) on products, services, client experience and retail topics Work closely with Boutique Managers, Sales Managers and Areas Sales Managers to develop individual development plans for the retail teams as appropriate Support the on-boarding of new Beauty Advisors and Specialists by leveraging on the digital platform and other available tools to assimilate them into the new environment and coach them on products, selling skills and client experience Share best practices, key observations and individual boutique strategies with the retail leadership team and ODHR team to define learning interventions and adaptations Participate in people development discussions with retail leadership and ODHR. What are we looking for? At least 8 years™ experience in selling client services within a luxury beauty retail environment with a minimum of 2 years™ experience at the Leadership level. Diploma degree in Business, adult education or related discipline would be advantageous. Experience in designing personalized learning paths and curating training content with a good understanding of organizational behavior Exceptional communication and presentation skills “ able to interact strategically and operationally with a broad range of stakeholders Highly invested in motivating, developing, mentoring and driving high performance. If this role interests you, please apply. CHANEL continuously strives to create a passionate connection between the clients and the brand. To drive this, a key focus is engaging our own people who are the front face of CHANEL by strengthening their learning and development. This role serves as an integral conduit between learning and retail. The incumbent will support the implementation of people development initiatives and drive changes through coaching, role modelling and cross-function collaboration. What will you do? Translate and transfer classroom learning into POS executions to strengthen client experience, raise capability and improve performance Elevate the learning journey by identifying needs, curating and customizing learning solutions (coaching, on-site training, digital learning etc) on products, services, client experience and retail topics Work closely with Boutique Managers, Sales Managers and Areas Sales Managers to develop individual development plans for the retail teams as appropriate Support the on-boarding of new Beauty Advisors and Specialists by leveraging on the digital platform and other available tools to assimilate them into the new environment and coach them on products, selling skills and client experience Share best practices, key observations and individual boutique strategies with the retail leadership team and ODHR team to define learning interventions and adaptations Participate in people development discussions with retail leadership and ODHR. Translate and transfer classroom learning into POS executions to strengthen client experience, raise capability and improve performance Elevate the learning journey by identifying needs, curating and customizing learning solutions (coaching, on-site training, digital learning etc) on products, services, client experience and retail topics Work closely with Boutique Managers, Sales Managers and Areas Sales Managers to develop individual development plans for the retail teams as appropriate Support the on-boarding of new Beauty Advisors and Specialists by leveraging on the digital platform and other available tools to assimilate them into the new environment and coach them on products, selling skills and client experience Share best practices, key observations and individual boutique strategies with the retail leadership team and ODHR team to define learning interventions and adaptations Participate in people development discussions with retail leadership and ODHR. What are we looking for? At least 8 years™ experience in selling client services within a luxury beauty retail environment with a minimum of 2 years™ experience at the Leadership level. Diploma degree in Business, adult education or related discipline would be advantageous. Experience in designing personalized learning paths and curating training content with a good understanding of organizational behavior Exceptional communication and presentation skills “ able to interact strategically and operationally with a broad range of stakeholders Highly invested in motivating, developing, mentoring and driving high performance. If this role interests you, please apply.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    people2people are working closely with a Transport amp Logistics Industry leader who are seeking a Human Resource BP to manage the full HR life cycle to start immediately on a 12-month contract located in Western Sydney. THE COMPANY An international Transport amp Logistics Leader with innovative solutions in various sectors has an opportunity for an experienced Human Resources Business Partner to join a diverse team to drive strategy and manage Industrial amp Employee Relations issues. THE ROLE In this role you will be responsible for management of a significant staff division in IRER issues, including providing strategic advice to management. Your duties will include but are not limited to Manage and maintain developmental planning, performance improvement and reviews Analyse and identify initiatives to support employee engagement and employee relations Deliver change management solutions to process improvements Work collaboratively on initiatives to support employees Maintain HR systems and ensure compliance ABOUT YOU To be eligible for this role you must have Tertiary Qualifications in Human Resources or a related field Preferable experience in working in Transport amp Logistics Strong experience in a Human Resource BP position Previous experience in managing a significant number of staff High level of accuracy and attention to detail with ability to meet competing deadlines Superb internal and external stakeholder engagement To apply for the role, click the appropriate link on this page or call Ellen Panayi on 8270 9796 for a confidential discussion people2people are working closely with a Transport amp Logistics Industry leader who are seeking a Human Resource BP to manage the full HR life cycle to start immediately on a 12-month contract located in Western Sydney. THE COMPANY An international Transport amp Logistics Leader with innovative solutions in various sectors has an opportunity for an experienced Human Resources Business Partner to join a diverse team to drive strategy and manage Industrial amp Employee Relations issues. THE ROLE In this role you will be responsible for management of a significant staff division in IRER issues, including providing strategic advice to management. Your duties will include but are not limited to Manage and maintain developmental planning, performance improvement and reviews Analyse and identify initiatives to support employee engagement and employee relations Deliver change management solutions to process improvements Work collaboratively on initiatives to support employees Maintain HR systems and ensure compliance ABOUT YOU To be eligible for this role you must have Tertiary Qualifications in Human Resources or a related field Preferable experience in working in Transport amp Logistics Strong experience in a Human Resource BP position Previous experience in managing a significant number of staff High level of accuracy and attention to detail with ability to meet competing deadlines Superb internal and external stakeholder engagement To apply for the role, click the appropriate link on this page or call Ellen Panayi on 8270 9796 for a confidential discussion people2people are working closely with a Transport amp Logistics Industry leader who are seeking a Human Resource BP to manage the full HR life cycle to start immediately on a 12-month contract located in Western Sydney. THE COMPANY An international Transport amp Logistics Leader with innovative solutions in various sectors has an opportunity for an experienced Human Resources Business Partner to join a diverse team to drive strategy and manage Industrial amp Employee Relations issues. THE ROLE In this role you will be responsible for management of a significant staff division in IRER issues, including providing strategic advice to management. Your duties will include but are not limited to Manage and maintain developmental planning, performance improvement and reviews Analyse and identify initiatives to support employee engagement and employee relations Deliver change management solutions to process improvements Work collaboratively on initiatives to support employees Maintain HR systems and ensure compliance ABOUT YOU To be eligible for this role you must have Tertiary Qualifications in Human Resources or a related field Preferable experience in working in Transport amp Logistics Strong experience in a Human Resource BP position Previous experience in managing a significant number of staff High level of accuracy and attention to detail with ability to meet competing deadlines Superb internal and external stakeholder engagement To apply for the role, click the appropriate link on this page or call Ellen Panayi on 8270 9796 for a confidential discussion Manage and maintain developmental planning, performance improvement and reviews Analyse and identify initiatives to support employee engagement and employee relations Deliver change management solutions to process improvements Work collaboratively on initiatives to support employees Maintain HR systems and ensure compliance Tertiary Qualifications in Human Resources or a related field Preferable experience in working in Transport amp Logistics Strong experience in a Human Resource BP position Previous experience in managing a significant number of staff High level of accuracy and attention to detail with ability to meet competing deadlines Superb internal and external stakeholder engagement

    location Parramatta, New South Wales


  • HR Coordinator

    Business Need Purpose of Role To support the Human Resources Team through the completion of Human Resource duties and continuous improvement of HR systems and procedures. Job responsibilities Including but not limited to Human Resources and Recruitment administrative functions Manage the HR recruitment systemCreate advertisements and advertise positions internally and externallyCo-ordination of interviewsCo-ordination of pre-employment medicalsSet up new starter paperworkEmployment contracts and lettersSet up of psychometric testing for candidatesGeneral filing and administration Learning and Development administrative functions Support in the execution of programs, projects and initiativesCo-ordination of room bookings and training resourcesFollow up on course completions Support other members of the HR team in key areas of Performance managementEmployee relations including investigationsDraft letters, emails as directed by the members of the HR teamManage the probationary period reviewProcess employee referralsInvolvement in the application of work visasInterpreting awardsagreements and contracts in relation to overtime, shift allowancesLiaising with staff and management on payroll related queriesGenerate HR reportsComplete termination administrationContinuous improvement and development of HR systems and processesManage employee data and job position information in Preceda (or relevant HRIS), ensuring accuracy of informationOther administration tasksProject work as requiredConduct inductions for new starters and contractors as and when requiredAdhere to Weir Code of Conduct Job knowledge Other requirements Education andor Experience Human Resources Degree or similarSix months to one year related experience andor trainingExcellent attention to detailAbility to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholdersAbility to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines Language Skills Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Mathematical Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Reasoning Ability Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Computer Skills Intermediate knowledge of MS Office (WordExcelOutlook), Preceda, Success Factors, Workday Physical Demands The employee must occasionally lift andor move up to 15 pound Business Need Purpose of Role To support the Human Resources Team through the completion of Human Resource duties and continuous improvement of HR systems and procedures. Job responsibilities Including but not limited to Human Resources and Recruitment administrative functions Manage the HR recruitment systemCreate advertisements and advertise positions internally and externallyCo-ordination of interviewsCo-ordination of pre-employment medicalsSet up new starter paperworkEmployment contracts and lettersSet up of psychometric testing for candidatesGeneral filing and administration Learning and Development administrative functions Support in the execution of programs, projects and initiativesCo-ordination of room bookings and training resourcesFollow up on course completions Support other members of the HR team in key areas of Performance managementEmployee relations including investigationsDraft letters, emails as directed by the members of the HR teamManage the probationary period reviewProcess employee referralsInvolvement in the application of work visasInterpreting awardsagreements and contracts in relation to overtime, shift allowancesLiaising with staff and management on payroll related queriesGenerate HR reportsComplete termination administrationContinuous improvement and development of HR systems and processesManage employee data and job position information in Preceda (or relevant HRIS), ensuring accuracy of informationOther administration tasksProject work as requiredConduct inductions for new starters and contractors as and when requiredAdhere to Weir Code of Conduct Job knowledge Other requirements Education andor Experience Human Resources Degree or similarSix months to one year related experience andor trainingExcellent attention to detailAbility to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholdersAbility to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines Language Skills Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Mathematical Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Reasoning Ability Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Computer Skills Intermediate knowledge of MS Office (WordExcelOutlook), Preceda, Success Factors, Workday Physical Demands The employee must occasionally lift andor move up to 15 pound Business Need Purpose of Role To support the Human Resources Team through the completion of Human Resource duties and continuous improvement of HR systems and procedures. Job responsibilities Including but not limited to Human Resources and Recruitment administrative functions Manage the HR recruitment systemCreate advertisements and advertise positions internally and externallyCo-ordination of interviewsCo-ordination of pre-employment medicalsSet up new starter paperworkEmployment contracts and lettersSet up of psychometric testing for candidatesGeneral filing and administration Learning and Development administrative functions Support in the execution of programs, projects and initiativesCo-ordination of room bookings and training resourcesFollow up on course completions Support other members of the HR team in key areas of Performance managementEmployee relations including investigationsDraft letters, emails as directed by the members of the HR teamManage the probationary period reviewProcess employee referralsInvolvement in the application of work visasInterpreting awardsagreements and contracts in relation to overtime, shift allowancesLiaising with staff and management on payroll related queriesGenerate HR reportsComplete termination administrationContinuous improvement and development of HR systems and processesManage employee data and job position information in Preceda (or relevant HRIS), ensuring accuracy of informationOther administration tasksProject work as requiredConduct inductions for new starters and contractors as and when requiredAdhere to Weir Code of Conduct Job knowledge Other requirements Education andor Experience Human Resources Degree or similarSix months to one year related experience andor trainingExcellent attention to detailAbility to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholdersAbility to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines Language Skills Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Mathematical Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Reasoning Ability Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Computer Skills Intermediate knowledge of MS Office (WordExcelOutlook), Preceda, Success Factors, Workday Physical Demands The employee must occasionally lift andor move up to 15 pound Business Need Purpose of Role To support the Human Resources Team through the completion of Human Resource duties and continuous improvement of HR systems and procedures. Business Need Purpose of Role To support the Human Resources Team through the completion of Human Resource duties and continuous improvement of HR systems and procedures. To support the Human Resources Team through the completion of Human Resource duties and continuous improvement of HR systems and procedures. Job responsibilities Including but not limited to Human Resources and Recruitment administrative functions Manage the HR recruitment systemCreate advertisements and advertise positions internally and externallyCo-ordination of interviewsCo-ordination of pre-employment medicalsSet up new starter paperworkEmployment contracts and lettersSet up of psychometric testing for candidatesGeneral filing and administration Learning and Development administrative functions Support in the execution of programs, projects and initiativesCo-ordination of room bookings and training resourcesFollow up on course completions Support other members of the HR team in key areas of Performance managementEmployee relations including investigationsDraft letters, emails as directed by the members of the HR teamManage the probationary period reviewProcess employee referralsInvolvement in the application of work visasInterpreting awardsagreements and contracts in relation to overtime, shift allowancesLiaising with staff and management on payroll related queriesGenerate HR reportsComplete termination administrationContinuous improvement and development of HR systems and processesManage employee data and job position information in Preceda (or relevant HRIS), ensuring accuracy of informationOther administration tasksProject work as requiredConduct inductions for new starters and contractors as and when requiredAdhere to Weir Code of Conduct Job responsibilities Including but not limited to Human Resources and Recruitment administrative functions Manage the HR recruitment systemCreate advertisements and advertise positions internally and externallyCo-ordination of interviewsCo-ordination of pre-employment medicalsSet up new starter paperworkEmployment contracts and lettersSet up of psychometric testing for candidatesGeneral filing and administration Learning and Development administrative functions Support in the execution of programs, projects and initiativesCo-ordination of room bookings and training resourcesFollow up on course completions Support other members of the HR team in key areas of Performance managementEmployee relations including investigationsDraft letters, emails as directed by the members of the HR teamManage the probationary period reviewProcess employee referralsInvolvement in the application of work visasInterpreting awardsagreements and contracts in relation to overtime, shift allowancesLiaising with staff and management on payroll related queriesGenerate HR reportsComplete termination administrationContinuous improvement and development of HR systems and processesManage employee data and job position information in Preceda (or relevant HRIS), ensuring accuracy of informationOther administration tasksProject work as requiredConduct inductions for new starters and contractors as and when requiredAdhere to Weir Code of Conduct Including but not limited to Human Resources and Recruitment administrative functions Human Resources and Recruitment administrative functions Manage the HR recruitment system Create advertisements and advertise positions internally and externally Co-ordination of interviews Co-ordination of pre-employment medicals Set up new starter paperwork Employment contracts and letters Set up of psychometric testing for candidates General filing and administration Learning and Development administrative functions Learning and Development administrative functions Support in the execution of programs, projects and initiatives Co-ordination of room bookings and training resources Follow up on course completions Support other members of the HR team in key areas of Support other members of the HR team in key areas of Performance management Employee relations including investigations Draft letters, emails as directed by the members of the HR team Manage the probationary period review Process employee referrals Involvement in the application of work visas Interpreting awardsagreements and contracts in relation to overtime, shift allowances Liaising with staff and management on payroll related queries Generate HR reports Complete termination administration Continuous improvement and development of HR systems and processes Manage employee data and job position information in Preceda (or relevant HRIS), ensuring accuracy of information Other administration tasks Project work as required Conduct inductions for new starters and contractors as and when required Adhere to Weir Code of Conduct Job knowledge Other requirements Education andor Experience Human Resources Degree or similarSix months to one year related experience andor trainingExcellent attention to detailAbility to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholdersAbility to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines Language Skills Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Mathematical Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Reasoning Ability Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Computer Skills Intermediate knowledge of MS Office (WordExcelOutlook), Preceda, Success Factors, Workday Physical Demands The employee must occasionally lift andor move up to 15 pound Job knowledge Other requirements Education andor Experience Human Resources Degree or similarSix months to one year related experience andor trainingExcellent attention to detailAbility to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholdersAbility to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines Language Skills Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Mathematical Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Reasoning Ability Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Computer Skills Intermediate knowledge of MS Office (WordExcelOutlook), Preceda, Success Factors, Workday Physical Demands The employee must occasionally lift andor move up to 15 pound Education andor Experience Human Resources Degree or similarSix months to one year related experience andor trainingExcellent attention to detailAbility to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholdersAbility to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines Education andor Experience Human Resources Degree or similar Six months to one year related experience andor training Excellent attention to detail Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines Language Skills Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Language Skills Mathematical Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Mathematical Reasoning Ability Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Reasoning Ability Computer Skills Intermediate knowledge of MS Office (WordExcelOutlook), Preceda, Success Factors, Workday Computer Skills Physical Demands The employee must occasionally lift andor move up to 15 pound Physical Demands

    location Artarmon, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    This role will partner with internal business units to build capability and provide HR consulting and operational support across the full employment lifecycle, including expertise and advice to managers and employees in relation to HR processes and policies, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, learning and development and WHS. In addition to the HR generalist remit, this role will assist the Human Resources Manager in the development of strategic HR initiatives and delivery of programs in Organisational development, Learning and development, Talent and succession and Wellbeing. Key Accountabilities Provide strategic business partnership and coaching to MLA leaders to drive business results and promote a high performance culture. Partner with business unit hiring managers to oversee the recruitment process from end-to-end and coach hiring managers in best practise behavioural based interviewing techniques. Conduct job evaluation and ensure consistent application of remuneration and benefits policies. Ensure the induction and on-boarding framework is effective and executed across MLA to achieve desired outcomes. Coach and build capability of leaders in HR policies and processes, including talent planning, learning and development and performance management to promote engagement and a culture of continuous growth and development. Provide guidance to managers in coaching andor performance improvement counselling of employees in line with policies and legislative requirements. Manage and resolve employee relations issues, conducting effective, thorough and objective investigations in accordance with substantive and procedural fairness principles. Manage expatriate employment for overseas offices including relocation of employees, visa applications and employee relation matters in line with specific location legislation and culture Desired Skills and Experience The successful candidate will have Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related discipline combined with at least 5 years™ generalist human resources experience. Demonstrates experience of operating in a business partner model, working with leaders to drive business results and applies a pragmatic approach. Demonstrates knowledge and application of Australian employment legislation. Demonstrates knowledge of current thinking in Human Resources issues and trends. Why work for MLA? We aim to provide a modern and flexible work environment for our employees, complimented by benefits that promote overall employee wellbeing, including not-for-profit salary packaging, wellbeing events , rewards and recognition and a fun culture driven by our social club. Interested? Apply now via the link below to view the full position description. If you have questions in relation to the advertised position contact the Human Resources team by emailing careersmla.com.au Applications close 28 February 2020. Candidate screening and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the advertisement. POSITION DESCRIPTION This role will partner with internal business units to build capability and provide HR consulting and operational support across the full employment lifecycle, including expertise and advice to managers and employees in relation to HR processes and policies, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, learning and development and WHS. In addition to the HR generalist remit, this role will assist the Human Resources Manager in the development of strategic HR initiatives and delivery of programs in Organisational development, Learning and development, Talent and succession and Wellbeing. Key Accountabilities Provide strategic business partnership and coaching to MLA leaders to drive business results and promote a high performance culture. Partner with business unit hiring managers to oversee the recruitment process from end-to-end and coach hiring managers in best practise behavioural based interviewing techniques. Conduct job evaluation and ensure consistent application of remuneration and benefits policies. Ensure the induction and on-boarding framework is effective and executed across MLA to achieve desired outcomes. Coach and build capability of leaders in HR policies and processes, including talent planning, learning and development and performance management to promote engagement and a culture of continuous growth and development. Provide guidance to managers in coaching andor performance improvement counselling of employees in line with policies and legislative requirements. Manage and resolve employee relations issues, conducting effective, thorough and objective investigations in accordance with substantive and procedural fairness principles. Manage expatriate employment for overseas offices including relocation of employees, visa applications and employee relation matters in line with specific location legislation and culture Desired Skills and Experience The successful candidate will have Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related discipline combined with at least 5 years™ generalist human resources experience. Demonstrates experience of operating in a business partner model, working with leaders to drive business results and applies a pragmatic approach. Demonstrates knowledge and application of Australian employment legislation. Demonstrates knowledge of current thinking in Human Resources issues and trends. Why work for MLA? We aim to provide a modern and flexible work environment for our employees, complimented by benefits that promote overall employee wellbeing, including not-for-profit salary packaging, wellbeing events , rewards and recognition and a fun culture driven by our social club. Interested? Apply now via the link below to view the full position description. If you have questions in relation to the advertised position contact the Human Resources team by emailing careersmla.com.au Applications close 28 February 2020. Candidate screening and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the advertisement. POSITION DESCRIPTION This role will partner with internal business units to build capability and provide HR consulting and operational support across the full employment lifecycle, including expertise and advice to managers and employees in relation to HR processes and policies, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, learning and development and WHS. In addition to the HR generalist remit, this role will assist the Human Resources Manager in the development of strategic HR initiatives and delivery of programs in Organisational development, Learning and development, Talent and succession and Wellbeing. Key Accountabilities Provide strategic business partnership and coaching to MLA leaders to drive business results and promote a high performance culture. Partner with business unit hiring managers to oversee the recruitment process from end-to-end and coach hiring managers in best practise behavioural based interviewing techniques. Conduct job evaluation and ensure consistent application of remuneration and benefits policies. Ensure the induction and on-boarding framework is effective and executed across MLA to achieve desired outcomes. Coach and build capability of leaders in HR policies and processes, including talent planning, learning and development and performance management to promote engagement and a culture of continuous growth and development. Provide guidance to managers in coaching andor performance improvement counselling of employees in line with policies and legislative requirements. Manage and resolve employee relations issues, conducting effective, thorough and objective investigations in accordance with substantive and procedural fairness principles. Manage expatriate employment for overseas offices including relocation of employees, visa applications and employee relation matters in line with specific location legislation and culture Desired Skills and Experience The successful candidate will have Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related discipline combined with at least 5 years™ generalist human resources experience. Demonstrates experience of operating in a business partner model, working with leaders to drive business results and applies a pragmatic approach. Demonstrates knowledge and application of Australian employment legislation. Demonstrates knowledge of current thinking in Human Resources issues and trends. Why work for MLA? We aim to provide a modern and flexible work environment for our employees, complimented by benefits that promote overall employee wellbeing, including not-for-profit salary packaging, wellbeing events , rewards and recognition and a fun culture driven by our social club. Interested? Apply now via the link below to view the full position description. If you have questions in relation to the advertised position contact the Human Resources team by emailing careersmla.com.au Applications close 28 February 2020. Candidate screening and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the advertisement. POSITION DESCRIPTION This role will partner with internal business units to build capability and provide HR consulting and operational support across the full employment lifecycle, including expertise and advice to managers and employees in relation to HR processes and policies, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, learning and development and WHS. In addition to the HR generalist remit, this role will assist the Human Resources Manager in the development of strategic HR initiatives and delivery of programs in Organisational development, Learning and development, Talent and succession and Wellbeing. Key Accountabilities Provide strategic business partnership and coaching to MLA leaders to drive business results and promote a high performance culture. Partner with business unit hiring managers to oversee the recruitment process from end-to-end and coach hiring managers in best practise behavioural based interviewing techniques. Conduct job evaluation and ensure consistent application of remuneration and benefits policies. Ensure the induction and on-boarding framework is effective and executed across MLA to achieve desired outcomes. Coach and build capability of leaders in HR policies and processes, including talent planning, learning and development and performance management to promote engagement and a culture of continuous growth and development. Provide guidance to managers in coaching andor performance improvement counselling of employees in line with policies and legislative requirements. Manage and resolve employee relations issues, conducting effective, thorough and objective investigations in accordance with substantive and procedural fairness principles. Manage expatriate employment for overseas offices including relocation of employees, visa applications and employee relation matters in line with specific location legislation and culture This role will partner with internal business units to build capability and provide HR consulting and operational support across the full employment lifecycle, including expertise and advice to managers and employees in relation to HR processes and policies, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, learning and development and WHS. In addition to the HR generalist remit, this role will assist the Human Resources Manager in the development of strategic HR initiatives and delivery of programs in Organisational development, Learning and development, Talent and succession and Wellbeing. Key Accountabilities Key Accountabilities Provide strategic business partnership and coaching to MLA leaders to drive business results and promote a high performance culture. Partner with business unit hiring managers to oversee the recruitment process from end-to-end and coach hiring managers in best practise behavioural based interviewing techniques. Conduct job evaluation and ensure consistent application of remuneration and benefits policies. Ensure the induction and on-boarding framework is effective and executed across MLA to achieve desired outcomes. Coach and build capability of leaders in HR policies and processes, including talent planning, learning and development and performance management to promote engagement and a culture of continuous growth and development. Provide guidance to managers in coaching andor performance improvement counselling of employees in line with policies and legislative requirements. Manage and resolve employee relations issues, conducting effective, thorough and objective investigations in accordance with substantive and procedural fairness principles. Manage expatriate employment for overseas offices including relocation of employees, visa applications and employee relation matters in line with specific location legislation and culture Desired Skills and Experience Desired Skills and Experience The successful candidate will have Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related discipline combined with at least 5 years™ generalist human resources experience. Demonstrates experience of operating in a business partner model, working with leaders to drive business results and applies a pragmatic approach. Demonstrates knowledge and application of Australian employment legislation. Demonstrates knowledge of current thinking in Human Resources issues and trends. Why work for MLA? We aim to provide a modern and flexible work environment for our employees, complimented by benefits that promote overall employee wellbeing, including not-for-profit salary packaging, wellbeing events , rewards and recognition and a fun culture driven by our social club. Interested? Apply now via the link below to view the full position description. If you have questions in relation to the advertised position contact the Human Resources team by emailing careersmla.com.au Applications close 28 February 2020. Candidate screening and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the advertisement. POSITION DESCRIPTION The successful candidate will have Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related discipline combined with at least 5 years™ generalist human resources experience. Demonstrates experience of operating in a business partner model, working with leaders to drive business results and applies a pragmatic approach. Demonstrates knowledge and application of Australian employment legislation. Demonstrates knowledge of current thinking in Human Resources issues and trends. Why work for MLA? Why work for MLA? We aim to provide a modern and flexible work environment for our employees, complimented by benefits that promote overall employee wellbeing, including not-for-profit salary packaging, wellbeing events , rewards and recognition and a fun culture driven by our social club. Interested? Apply now via the link below to view the full position description. If you have questions in relation to the advertised position contact the Human Resources team by emailing careersmla.com.au careersmla.com.au Applications close 28 February 2020. Applications close 28 February 2020. Candidate screening and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the advertisement. Candidate screening and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the advertisement. POSITION DESCRIPTION POSITION DESCRIPTION

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Casual Activity Support Partners - Disability

    Are you wanting to make a difference in the lives of people with a disability? Do you have a passion for helping and mentoring others to achieve their best? Do you have a talent that you would like to share with others to help make their lives as exciting as they can be? Are you local to the Sydney North Shore Region? Would you like to work for a company that provides you with opportunities to move across different sections and types of work within the community services industry? About the program CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay is a diverse and innovative social care provider delivering childrens services education and care, disability services, a range of family support programs and therapeutic out of home care to 20,000+ children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and on the NSW Central Coast. Through dedicated disability hubs, community and home-based locations across northern Sydney and the Central Coast, CatholicCare provides a comprehensive range of individual and group programs for those with disability. About the role We are currently seeking highly motivated individuals as Activity Support Partners in a casual capacity within the Disability Futures Team. Using your people™s skills and knowledge you will deliver person-centred activities in supervised or unsupervised settings to participants. Applicants will have the opportunity to support people across a number of settings including day long activities in the community and in-centre, afterschool programs within school environments and other centres, an art studio, community-based recreational programs and in their home. We are looking for Casuals that are flexible, with availability to work at short notice. Shifts are usually between Monday and Saturday and between 9am to 6pm. Key Responsibilities include Supporting the implementation of individualised Life Style Plans. Making decisions using sound judgement and problem-solving skills to advocate for the participant. Accompanying participants on any required excursions events or outings Implementing and providing feedback on the participants Person-Centred Plan Liaising with families, and other stake holders for identifying ways to enrich individual people™s Life and experiences. Providing a safe environment for participants Ensuring service provision complies with the Disability Inclusions Act and the service principles outlined by the NDIS through its code of Conduct About you To be considered for this role you will Hold (certificate III in disabilities or equivalent andor relevant experience in the field) Possess experience working and engaging with vulnerable children, young people and their families Have experience supporting or empowering others to achieve personal outcomes Have the following attributes Demonstrated ability to proactively manage risk, based on a set information provided Good attention to detail Ability to adapt to regularly changing circumstances Ability to uphold Catholic Values including respect, dignity and empathy with others. Commit to attending relevant training sessions Commit to attending a compulsory three-monthly meeting in a Weekday evening for 3 hours. Have highly developed communication and time management skills Ability to work under pressure Confident computer skills Hold a valid NSW Driver™s licence as well as First aid Certificate Certificate of understanding and Commitment to the NDIS code of conduct Working with CatholicCare CatholicCare offers a range of initiatives to actively promote your lifework balance and development of our employees through Working for a not for profit organisation who strive for a world where people are safe, happy, well and connected with each other in inclusive communities Great training and learning opportunities to help further your career An Employee Assistance Program offering free and confidential counselling and support To apply If you are a passionate person who realises the tremendous opportunity that this role offers and want to utilise your skills and passion in a rewarding environment, we want to hear from you Simply complete your work history amp education information on the application page and attach your resume amp cover letter. You are welcome to include any certificates or licences in the education section to assist us in assessing your suitability for this role. We encourage and welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Apply Now CatholicCare is a child-safe and child-friendly organisation “ all staff must comply with our child-safe child-friendly policies and Code of Conduct. All child related roles are subject to a satisfactory Working with Children Check Clearance in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012. Completing a National Criminal History Record Check clearance is a requirement of this position No recruitment agencies please Are you wanting to make a difference in the lives of people with a disability? Do you have a passion for helping and mentoring others to achieve their best? Do you have a talent that you would like to share with others to help make their lives as exciting as they can be? Are you local to the Sydney North Shore Region? Would you like to work for a company that provides you with opportunities to move across different sections and types of work within the community services industry? About the program CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay is a diverse and innovative social care provider delivering childrens services education and care, disability services, a range of family support programs and therapeutic out of home care to 20,000+ children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and on the NSW Central Coast. Through dedicated disability hubs, community and home-based locations across northern Sydney and the Central Coast, CatholicCare provides a comprehensive range of individual and group programs for those with disability. About the role We are currently seeking highly motivated individuals as Activity Support Partners in a casual capacity within the Disability Futures Team. Using your people™s skills and knowledge you will deliver person-centred activities in supervised or unsupervised settings to participants. Applicants will have the opportunity to support people across a number of settings including day long activities in the community and in-centre, afterschool programs within school environments and other centres, an art studio, community-based recreational programs and in their home. We are looking for Casuals that are flexible, with availability to work at short notice. Shifts are usually between Monday and Saturday and between 9am to 6pm. Key Responsibilities include Supporting the implementation of individualised Life Style Plans. Making decisions using sound judgement and problem-solving skills to advocate for the participant. Accompanying participants on any required excursions events or outings Implementing and providing feedback on the participants Person-Centred Plan Liaising with families, and other stake holders for identifying ways to enrich individual people™s Life and experiences. Providing a safe environment for participants Ensuring service provision complies with the Disability Inclusions Act and the service principles outlined by the NDIS through its code of Conduct About you To be considered for this role you will Hold (certificate III in disabilities or equivalent andor relevant experience in the field) Possess experience working and engaging with vulnerable children, young people and their families Have experience supporting or empowering others to achieve personal outcomes Have the following attributes Demonstrated ability to proactively manage risk, based on a set information provided Good attention to detail Ability to adapt to regularly changing circumstances Ability to uphold Catholic Values including respect, dignity and empathy with others. Commit to attending relevant training sessions Commit to attending a compulsory three-monthly meeting in a Weekday evening for 3 hours. Have highly developed communication and time management skills Ability to work under pressure Confident computer skills Hold a valid NSW Driver™s licence as well as First aid Certificate Certificate of understanding and Commitment to the NDIS code of conduct Working with CatholicCare CatholicCare offers a range of initiatives to actively promote your lifework balance and development of our employees through Working for a not for profit organisation who strive for a world where people are safe, happy, well and connected with each other in inclusive communities Great training and learning opportunities to help further your career An Employee Assistance Program offering free and confidential counselling and support To apply If you are a passionate person who realises the tremendous opportunity that this role offers and want to utilise your skills and passion in a rewarding environment, we want to hear from you Simply complete your work history amp education information on the application page and attach your resume amp cover letter. You are welcome to include any certificates or licences in the education section to assist us in assessing your suitability for this role. We encourage and welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Apply Now CatholicCare is a child-safe and child-friendly organisation “ all staff must comply with our child-safe child-friendly policies and Code of Conduct. All child related roles are subject to a satisfactory Working with Children Check Clearance in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012. Completing a National Criminal History Record Check clearance is a requirement of this position No recruitment agencies please Are you wanting to make a difference in the lives of people with a disability? Are you wanting to make a difference in the lives of people with a disability? Do you have a passion for helping and mentoring others to achieve their best? Do you have a passion for helping and mentoring others to achieve their best? Do you have a talent that you would like to share with others to help make their lives as exciting as they can be? Do you have a talent that you would like to share with others to help make their lives as exciting as they can be? Are you local to the Sydney North Shore Region? Are you local to the Sydney North Shore Region? Would you like to work for a company that provides you with opportunities to move across different sections and types of work within the community services industry? Would you like to work for a company that provides you with opportunities to move across different sections and types of work within the community services industry? About the program About the program CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay is a diverse and innovative social care provider delivering childrens services education and care, disability services, a range of family support programs and therapeutic out of home care to 20,000+ children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and on the NSW Central Coast. Through dedicated disability hubs, community and home-based locations across northern Sydney and the Central Coast, CatholicCare provides a comprehensive range of individual and group programs for those with disability. About the role About the role We are currently seeking highly motivated individuals as Activity Support Partners in a casual capacity within the Disability Futures Team. Using your people™s skills and knowledge you will deliver person-centred activities in supervised or unsupervised settings to participants. Applicants will have the opportunity to support people across a number of settings including day long activities in the community and in-centre, afterschool programs within school environments and other centres, an art studio, community-based recreational programs and in their home. We are looking for Casuals that are flexible, with availability to work at short notice. Shifts are usually between Monday and Saturday and between 9am to 6pm. Key Responsibilities include Supporting the implementation of individualised Life Style Plans. Making decisions using sound judgement and problem-solving skills to advocate for the participant. Accompanying participants on any required excursions events or outings Implementing and providing feedback on the participants Person-Centred Plan Liaising with families, and other stake holders for identifying ways to enrich individual people™s Life and experiences. Providing a safe environment for participants Ensuring service provision complies with the Disability Inclusions Act and the service principles outlined by the NDIS through its code of Conduct About you About you To be considered for this role you will Hold (certificate III in disabilities or equivalent andor relevant experience in the field) Possess experience working and engaging with vulnerable children, young people and their families Have experience supporting or empowering others to achieve personal outcomes Have the following attributes Demonstrated ability to proactively manage risk, based on a set information provided Good attention to detail Ability to adapt to regularly changing circumstances Ability to uphold Catholic Values including respect, dignity and empathy with others. Commit to attending relevant training sessions Commit to attending a compulsory three-monthly meeting in a Weekday evening for 3 hours. Have highly developed communication and time management skills Ability to work under pressure Confident computer skills Hold a valid NSW Driver™s licence as well as First aid Certificate Certificate of understanding and Commitment to the NDIS code of conduct Working with CatholicCare Working with CatholicCare CatholicCare offers a range of initiatives to actively promote your lifework balance and development of our employees through Working for a not for profit organisation who strive for a world where people are safe, happy, well and connected with each other in inclusive communities Great training and learning opportunities to help further your career An Employee Assistance Program offering free and confidential counselling and support To apply To apply If you are a passionate person who realises the tremendous opportunity that this role offers and want to utilise your skills and passion in a rewarding environment, we want to hear from you Simply complete your work history amp education information on the application page and attach your resume amp cover letter. You are welcome to include any certificates or licences in the education section to assist us in assessing your suitability for this role. We encourage and welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Apply Now Apply Now CatholicCare is a child-safe and child-friendly organisation “ all staff must comply with our child-safe child-friendly policies and Code of Conduct. All child related roles are subject to a satisfactory Working with Children Check Clearance in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012. Completing a National Criminal History Record Check clearance is a requirement of this position No recruitment agencies please

    location Waitara, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Generalist

    Australian success story Varied and interesting role Market Leader Positive amp Empowering Culture Sydney or Brisbane The organisation The organisation Acknowledged as one of the most successful and rapidly growing Australian businesses, the company you would be joining employs over 600 staff. It is a multi-site organisation that has double in size over the past 4 years. The role contributes to HR initiatives that drive culture, development and engagement across the business The role Duties include Provide support and advice on a multitude of HR issues such as recruitment amp selection, inductions, performance management, employee relations, training and development. Build solid partner relationships with the business and develop the respect needed to effectively influence and negotiate the best outcomes for the business. Problem-solve employee issues, handle grievances, investigations and professionally deal with union related matters. Coordinate quarterly performance review and annual remuneration review processes to ensure accurate completion and consistency across the business. Assist in Enterprise Bargaining Agreement negotiations with the union and manage any workplace relations related matters. To be successful in this role, it is essential that you have the following To be successful in this role, Experience working in a fast paced multi-site environment Tertiary HR qualification Dynamic and motivated 5 years + experience Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and be able to deliver them on time Strong attention to detail and ability to work logically, consistently and accurately High energy and confident Experience working with Australian awards (Retail, Storage Services, Road Transport and Textile would be advantageous) Professional with the ability to relate to all levels of employees Hands on approach Experience in blue collar environment is highly regarded Must have flexibility to travel interstate as needed Be commercially focused with strong business acumen and a passion for creating a positive and innovative culture Experience in facilitating group training sessions for management and staff. You will support the Chief Human Resources Officer in all generalist HR activities, including driving HR initiatives, policies and processes across the business. If this sounds like you,  and you would like to join a rapidly growing organisation that has a great culture, then please send your resume to Myreen360hr.com.au or call Myreen on 9819 6324 for a confidential discussion.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Generalist - Rapidly Growing Fintech Business

    Partner with the online business unit in this growing Fintech Partner with the online business unit in this growing Fintech Travel to Belrose and Melbourne occassionally required Travel to Belrose and Melbourne occassionally required A genuinely rare opportunity in a hands on role within a global leader A genuinely rare opportunity in a hands on role within a global leader The Company The Role The Duties Partnering with internal stakeholders to provide proactive strategic support and ER advice Work as part of the HR shared services team to support the wider business First point of contact for leaders and their teams on all HR matters Talent cycle for client group (reviews performance, development, talent, salary) and training on processes in line with the HR talent cycle calendar Performance improvementissue resolution, coaching, counselling and process support to leaders and team leaders Talent acquisition provide support in the acquisition of senior placements on the client group Ensure information is communicated effectively within your business unit HR policy development, implementation and interpretation Manage visa processing for client group in conjunction with our immigration lawyer HRIS “analyse trends and metrics to develop solutions, programs and policies in line with the HR team Assist in remuneration benchmarking for new and existing roles Organisational design work Support with strategic business initiatives Talent management and recruitment Complex employee relations The Candidate Exposure to fast paced organisations going through significant transformation and change Ideally had experience in the fintech space Experience working in technology companies andor with Sales, CX and Software Development teams (highly desirable) A flexible and collaborative approach, with an ability to thrive in ambiguity and enjoy a fast-paced and dynamic environment A proven track record in HR business partnership or HR advisory A broad HR experience and, ideally, relevant education in HR A persuasive, energetic and engaging style Significant employee relations experience Strong understanding of employment legislation Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills A well-organised, process orientated and positive approach An interest in getting involved and making things happen Please be aware The Process

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner X2

    - 00007M81 CBD Location Excellent Benefits Large scale projects environment 6 Month contract “ Potential to extend Transport for NSW is delivering a once-in-a-century investment in new infrastructure and services, including Sydney Metro. The first line of this new fully automated railway opens this year in the city™s North West and, by 2024, will deliver 31 metro stations and more than 66 kilometres of metro rail. Planning is also underway for future lines which will shape the way Australia™s largest city travels, making Sydney Metro the biggest public transport project in Australian history. Sydney Metro is leading Australia™s biggest public transport infrastructure program developing, delivering and operating a new world-class metro railway system for Sydney. Our multi-disciplinary team have set out to transform the way Sydney travels and shaping the future of Australia™s largest city. We currently have an opening for a HR Business Partner to come on-board on a six month contract and join the team where you will partner with a dedicated portfolio leadership team to develop a highly engaged and productive workforce through successful workforce planning, leadership and capability development and sound and appropriate workforce behaviour and management standards. Key responsibilities Provide business with strategic and tactical advice, support and solutions on people matters to ensure organisational capability and leadership capability is built. Partner with Organisational Effectiveness colleagues to develop and implement strategies and plans to develop and grow people capability and manage the associated change to ensure the organisation achieves its current and future business objectives Implement strategies and initiatives that address issues such as succession planning, superior workforce development, key employee retention and organisation design within the business to ensure that the business has the capability to deliver current and future business objectives Support the business to effectively manage the impact of transformational change through utilising change processes and developing mitigation strategies to ensure limited industrial impact and maintain business continuity. Implement strategies and programs to resolve identified significant current and future people capability issues within the business and to ensure that the risk is mitigated and the business achieves its objectives To be successful in this role you will have a wealth of experience as a HR Business Partner and be comfortable operating in large matrix environment. Excellent communications skills will be pivotal to your success as you will operating with senior stakeholders across the business. Please click on the link below to view the role description httpsfiles.jobs.nsw.gov.aup2p8gk How to apply To apply please submit your resume and covering letter which addresses the reason for your interest, including how your experience would fit this position. If you require further information please email michael.dackombetransport.nsw.gov.au Note The successful candidate will be required to undertake background checks and criminal record checks. Applications close 02nd March 11.59PM Location Sydney Region-Sydney City Work Type Full-time Total Remuneration Package Transport Service Grade 9 (132,583-148,492), plus employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. Contact Michael Dackombe - michael.dackombetransport.nsw.gov.au Closing Date 02-Mar-2020 Job Category HR Generalist Organisation Corporate Services - 00007M81 CBD Location Excellent Benefits Large scale projects environment 6 Month contract “ Potential to extend Transport for NSW is delivering a once-in-a-century investment in new infrastructure and services, including Sydney Metro. The first line of this new fully automated railway opens this year in the city™s North West and, by 2024, will deliver 31 metro stations and more than 66 kilometres of metro rail. Planning is also underway for future lines which will shape the way Australia™s largest city travels, making Sydney Metro the biggest public transport project in Australian history. Sydney Metro is leading Australia™s biggest public transport infrastructure program developing, delivering and operating a new world-class metro railway system for Sydney. Our multi-disciplinary team have set out to transform the way Sydney travels and shaping the future of Australia™s largest city. We currently have an opening for a HR Business Partner to come on-board on a six month contract and join the team where you will partner with a dedicated portfolio leadership team to develop a highly engaged and productive workforce through successful workforce planning, leadership and capability development and sound and appropriate workforce behaviour and management standards. Key responsibilities Provide business with strategic and tactical advice, support and solutions on people matters to ensure organisational capability and leadership capability is built. Partner with Organisational Effectiveness colleagues to develop and implement strategies and plans to develop and grow people capability and manage the associated change to ensure the organisation achieves its current and future business objectives Implement strategies and initiatives that address issues such as succession planning, superior workforce development, key employee retention and organisation design within the business to ensure that the business has the capability to deliver current and future business objectives Support the business to effectively manage the impact of transformational change through utilising change processes and developing mitigation strategies to ensure limited industrial impact and maintain business continuity. Implement strategies and programs to resolve identified significant current and future people capability issues within the business and to ensure that the risk is mitigated and the business achieves its objectives To be successful in this role you will have a wealth of experience as a HR Business Partner and be comfortable operating in large matrix environment. Excellent communications skills will be pivotal to your success as you will operating with senior stakeholders across the business. Please click on the link below to view the role description httpsfiles.jobs.nsw.gov.aup2p8gk How to apply To apply please submit your resume and covering letter which addresses the reason for your interest, including how your experience would fit this position. If you require further information please email michael.dackombetransport.nsw.gov.au Note The successful candidate will be required to undertake background checks and criminal record checks. Applications close 02nd March 11.59PM Location Sydney Region-Sydney City Work Type Full-time Total Remuneration Package Transport Service Grade 9 (132,583-148,492), plus employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. Contact Michael Dackombe - michael.dackombetransport.nsw.gov.au Closing Date 02-Mar-2020 Job Category HR Generalist Organisation Corporate Services - 00007M81 CBD Location Excellent Benefits Large scale projects environment 6 Month contract “ Potential to extend Transport for NSW is delivering a once-in-a-century investment in new infrastructure and services, including Sydney Metro. The first line of this new fully automated railway opens this year in the city™s North West and, by 2024, will deliver 31 metro stations and more than 66 kilometres of metro rail. Planning is also underway for future lines which will shape the way Australia™s largest city travels, making Sydney Metro the biggest public transport project in Australian history. Sydney Metro is leading Australia™s biggest public transport infrastructure program developing, delivering and operating a new world-class metro railway system for Sydney. Our multi-disciplinary team have set out to transform the way Sydney travels and shaping the future of Australia™s largest city. We currently have an opening for a HR Business Partner to come on-board on a six month contract and join the team where you will partner with a dedicated portfolio leadership team to develop a highly engaged and productive workforce through successful workforce planning, leadership and capability development and sound and appropriate workforce behaviour and management standards. Key responsibilities Provide business with strategic and tactical advice, support and solutions on people matters to ensure organisational capability and leadership capability is built. Partner with Organisational Effectiveness colleagues to develop and implement strategies and plans to develop and grow people capability and manage the associated change to ensure the organisation achieves its current and future business objectives Implement strategies and initiatives that address issues such as succession planning, superior workforce development, key employee retention and organisation design within the business to ensure that the business has the capability to deliver current and future business objectives Support the business to effectively manage the impact of transformational change through utilising change processes and developing mitigation strategies to ensure limited industrial impact and maintain business continuity. Implement strategies and programs to resolve identified significant current and future people capability issues within the business and to ensure that the risk is mitigated and the business achieves its objectives To be successful in this role you will have a wealth of experience as a HR Business Partner and be comfortable operating in large matrix environment. Excellent communications skills will be pivotal to your success as you will operating with senior stakeholders across the business. Please click on the link below to view the role description httpsfiles.jobs.nsw.gov.aup2p8gk How to apply To apply please submit your resume and covering letter which addresses the reason for your interest, including how your experience would fit this position. If you require further information please email michael.dackombetransport.nsw.gov.au Note The successful candidate will be required to undertake background checks and criminal record checks. Applications close 02nd March 11.59PM CBD Location Excellent Benefits Large scale projects environment 6 Month contract “ Potential to extend Transport for NSW is delivering a once-in-a-century investment in new infrastructure and services, including Sydney Metro. The first line of this new fully automated railway opens this year in the city™s North West and, by 2024, will deliver 31 metro stations and more than 66 kilometres of metro rail. Planning is also underway for future lines which will shape the way Australia™s largest city travels, making Sydney Metro the biggest public transport project in Australian history. Sydney Metro is leading Australia™s biggest public transport infrastructure program developing, delivering and operating a new world-class metro railway system for Sydney. Our multi-disciplinary team have set out to transform the way Sydney travels and shaping the future of Australia™s largest city. We currently have an opening for a HR Business Partner to come on-board on a six month contract and join the team where you will partner with a dedicated portfolio leadership team to develop a highly engaged and productive workforce through successful workforce planning, leadership and capability development and sound and appropriate workforce behaviour and management standards. Key responsibilities Provide business with strategic and tactical advice, support and solutions on people matters to ensure organisational capability and leadership capability is built. Partner with Organisational Effectiveness colleagues to develop and implement strategies and plans to develop and grow people capability and manage the associated change to ensure the organisation achieves its current and future business objectives Implement strategies and initiatives that address issues such as succession planning, superior workforce development, key employee retention and organisation design within the business to ensure that the business has the capability to deliver current and future business objectives Support the business to effectively manage the impact of transformational change through utilising change processes and developing mitigation strategies to ensure limited industrial impact and maintain business continuity. Implement strategies and programs to resolve identified significant current and future people capability issues within the business and to ensure that the risk is mitigated and the business achieves its objectives To be successful in this role you will have a wealth of experience as a HR Business Partner and be comfortable operating in large matrix environment. Excellent communications skills will be pivotal to your success as you will operating with senior stakeholders across the business. Please click on the link below to view the role description httpsfiles.jobs.nsw.gov.aup2p8gk How to apply How to apply To apply please submit your resume and covering letter which addresses the reason for your interest, including how your experience would fit this position. If you require further information please email michael.dackombetransport.nsw.gov.au Note The successful candidate will be required to undertake background checks and criminal record checks. Applications close 02nd March 11.59PM Location Sydney Region-Sydney City Location Work Type Full-time Work Type Total Remuneration Package Transport Service Grade 9 (132,583-148,492), plus employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. Total Remuneration Package Contact Michael Dackombe - michael.dackombetransport.nsw.gov.au Contact Closing Date 02-Mar-2020 Closing Date Job Category HR Generalist Job Category Organisation Corporate Services Organisation

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor

    Job Description State Government Contract 2 Months Can be based in the CBD or Parramatta In this role you will be delivering client focused HR consulting services and advice in a range of human resource areas including Organisational capability, workforce planning, recruitment, talent development, performance management, employee engagement, recognition and reward, industrial relations, case management, HR legislation and policy, change management, Work Health and Safety and HR project management Identify and advise on people related issues, exercising sound judgement, empathy and discretion, when dealing with sensitive and complex human resource management cases to deliver positive and harmonious workforce solutions Coach and advise business stakeholders on a range of HR solutions to support their business strategies, plans and priorities. Identify opportunities for improvement in HR service delivery including assessing and updating HR methods and processes Build and maintain strong client relationships with key business stakeholders to support business outcomes To be a successful candidate in this role you will have relevant tertiary qualifications with several years experience in an HR AdvisorBusiness Partner role to be able to Manage and prioritise conflicting priorities to meet critical time deadlines to meet the HR requirements of diverse business stakeholders Develop and maintain current professional knowledge to implement, review and adapt operations Adapt HR policies and practices to deliver consistent quality HR service and support to business stakeholders in a dynamic public sector environment· To express your interest in this role please forward your resume and covering letter (preferably in Word format) via the link by COB 19220. Job Description State Government Contract 2 Months Can be based in the CBD or Parramatta In this role you will be delivering client focused HR consulting services and advice in a range of human resource areas including Organisational capability, workforce planning, recruitment, talent development, performance management, employee engagement, recognition and reward, industrial relations, case management, HR legislation and policy, change management, Work Health and Safety and HR project management Identify and advise on people related issues, exercising sound judgement, empathy and discretion, when dealing with sensitive and complex human resource management cases to deliver positive and harmonious workforce solutions Coach and advise business stakeholders on a range of HR solutions to support their business strategies, plans and priorities. Identify opportunities for improvement in HR service delivery including assessing and updating HR methods and processes Build and maintain strong client relationships with key business stakeholders to support business outcomes To be a successful candidate in this role you will have relevant tertiary qualifications with several years experience in an HR AdvisorBusiness Partner role to be able to Manage and prioritise conflicting priorities to meet critical time deadlines to meet the HR requirements of diverse business stakeholders Develop and maintain current professional knowledge to implement, review and adapt operations Adapt HR policies and practices to deliver consistent quality HR service and support to business stakeholders in a dynamic public sector environment· To express your interest in this role please forward your resume and covering letter (preferably in Word format) via the link by COB 19220. Job Description Job Description Job Description State Government Contract 2 Months Can be based in the CBD or Parramatta In this role you will be delivering client focused HR consulting services and advice in a range of human resource areas including Organisational capability, workforce planning, recruitment, talent development, performance management, employee engagement, recognition and reward, industrial relations, case management, HR legislation and policy, change management, Work Health and Safety and HR project management Identify and advise on people related issues, exercising sound judgement, empathy and discretion, when dealing with sensitive and complex human resource management cases to deliver positive and harmonious workforce solutions Coach and advise business stakeholders on a range of HR solutions to support their business strategies, plans and priorities. Identify opportunities for improvement in HR service delivery including assessing and updating HR methods and processes Build and maintain strong client relationships with key business stakeholders to support business outcomes To be a successful candidate in this role you will have relevant tertiary qualifications with several years experience in an HR AdvisorBusiness Partner role to be able to Manage and prioritise conflicting priorities to meet critical time deadlines to meet the HR requirements of diverse business stakeholders Develop and maintain current professional knowledge to implement, review and adapt operations Adapt HR policies and practices to deliver consistent quality HR service and support to business stakeholders in a dynamic public sector environment· To express your interest in this role please forward your resume and covering letter (preferably in Word format) via the link by COB 19220.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Manager

    You™re a People Person. And a Forward Thinker. And a Culture Champion. Just like everyone at Apparent. We™ve enjoyed phenomenal and exciting business growth over the past 18 months, and we™re looking for a talented HR Manager who can work collaboratively with the agency leaders to ensure our people are progressing and are fully engaged. The role of HR Manager is critically important to Apparent™s business success. People are our most valued asset and you™ll be the one to ensure we have a happy and productive workplace. Promoting the agency™s values and shaping a positive culture is a vital aspect of the HR Manager™s role. You™ll join a creative team of fearless, hard working account handlers, strategists, producers and creative thinkers who always strive towards excellence. While we operate at a global level, we maintain a start up culture within an environment that is social, fun and engaging, in a warehouse-style office space that is full of natural light. This is a newly created role that reports to our Head of People Strategy. The role is to Develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives to further build Apparent as an agency of choiceDevelop and maintain HR related policies, job descriptions and procedures to be up to date and compliantWork with team leaders to determine how we can best retain our high performing peopleOversee and manage a performance appraisal system that drives high performance and adds to a culture of feedback and progressionDesign an employee benefits incentive programme that differentiates Apparent as an employer of choiceSupport the Talent Director with recruitment of various rolesDevelop employee engagement metrics and other HR metrics to ensure a healthy engaged culturePromote and monitor employee safety, welfare, wellness and healthSolve people issues by quickly implementing people driven solutionsProvide HR expertise across career planning, performance management, data analysis, benefits and incentives, employee relations, recognition programmes and people development. Key skills and experience 5+ years proven working experience as a HR Manager in a fast paced, dynamic working environment with relevant tertiary education. Creative agency experience is ideal.In depth knowledge of Australian employment law and HR best practicesA high performer who is people orientated and results drivenDemonstrated business acumen to drive organisational and people related strategies and outcomesEffective communicator with the ability to build relationships with leaders and drive organisational changeAbility to work within constraints and to challenge the status quoDemonstrable experience with human resources metrics and culture changeKnowledge of HR systems and databasesExcellent active listening, negotiation and presentation skillsThe ability to partner, influence and build strong relationships at all levels of the businessPragmatic, resilient and hands-on style with experience in coaching and process improvements If this sounds like you and you care about people as much as we do, we™d like you to get in touch. Please email your resume and cover letter to careersapparent.com.au We look forward to hearing from you, “ The team at Apparent You™re a People Person. And a Forward Thinker. And a Culture Champion. Just like everyone at Apparent. We™ve enjoyed phenomenal and exciting business growth over the past 18 months, and we™re looking for a talented HR Manager who can work collaboratively with the agency leaders to ensure our people are progressing and are fully engaged. The role of HR Manager is critically important to Apparent™s business success. People are our most valued asset and you™ll be the one to ensure we have a happy and productive workplace. Promoting the agency™s values and shaping a positive culture is a vital aspect of the HR Manager™s role. You™ll join a creative team of fearless, hard working account handlers, strategists, producers and creative thinkers who always strive towards excellence. While we operate at a global level, we maintain a start up culture within an environment that is social, fun and engaging, in a warehouse-style office space that is full of natural light. This is a newly created role that reports to our Head of People Strategy. The role is to Develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives to further build Apparent as an agency of choiceDevelop and maintain HR related policies, job descriptions and procedures to be up to date and compliantWork with team leaders to determine how we can best retain our high performing peopleOversee and manage a performance appraisal system that drives high performance and adds to a culture of feedback and progressionDesign an employee benefits incentive programme that differentiates Apparent as an employer of choiceSupport the Talent Director with recruitment of various rolesDevelop employee engagement metrics and other HR metrics to ensure a healthy engaged culturePromote and monitor employee safety, welfare, wellness and healthSolve people issues by quickly implementing people driven solutionsProvide HR expertise across career planning, performance management, data analysis, benefits and incentives, employee relations, recognition programmes and people development. Key skills and experience 5+ years proven working experience as a HR Manager in a fast paced, dynamic working environment with relevant tertiary education. Creative agency experience is ideal.In depth knowledge of Australian employment law and HR best practicesA high performer who is people orientated and results drivenDemonstrated business acumen to drive organisational and people related strategies and outcomesEffective communicator with the ability to build relationships with leaders and drive organisational changeAbility to work within constraints and to challenge the status quoDemonstrable experience with human resources metrics and culture changeKnowledge of HR systems and databasesExcellent active listening, negotiation and presentation skillsThe ability to partner, influence and build strong relationships at all levels of the businessPragmatic, resilient and hands-on style with experience in coaching and process improvements If this sounds like you and you care about people as much as we do, we™d like you to get in touch. Please email your resume and cover letter to careersapparent.com.au We look forward to hearing from you, “ The team at Apparent You™re a People Person. And a Forward Thinker. And a Culture Champion. Just like everyone at Apparent. We™ve enjoyed phenomenal and exciting business growth over the past 18 months, and we™re looking for a talented HR Manager who can work collaboratively with the agency leaders to ensure our people are progressing and are fully engaged. The role of HR Manager is critically important to Apparent™s business success. People are our most valued asset and you™ll be the one to ensure we have a happy and productive workplace. Promoting the agency™s values and shaping a positive culture is a vital aspect of the HR Manager™s role. You™ll join a creative team of fearless, hard working account handlers, strategists, producers and creative thinkers who always strive towards excellence. While we operate at a global level, we maintain a start up culture within an environment that is social, fun and engaging, in a warehouse-style office space that is full of natural light. This is a newly created role that reports to our Head of People Strategy. The role is to Develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives to further build Apparent as an agency of choiceDevelop and maintain HR related policies, job descriptions and procedures to be up to date and compliantWork with team leaders to determine how we can best retain our high performing peopleOversee and manage a performance appraisal system that drives high performance and adds to a culture of feedback and progressionDesign an employee benefits incentive programme that differentiates Apparent as an employer of choiceSupport the Talent Director with recruitment of various rolesDevelop employee engagement metrics and other HR metrics to ensure a healthy engaged culturePromote and monitor employee safety, welfare, wellness and healthSolve people issues by quickly implementing people driven solutionsProvide HR expertise across career planning, performance management, data analysis, benefits and incentives, employee relations, recognition programmes and people development. Develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives to further build Apparent as an agency of choice Develop and maintain HR related policies, job descriptions and procedures to be up to date and compliant Work with team leaders to determine how we can best retain our high performing people Oversee and manage a performance appraisal system that drives high performance and adds to a culture of feedback and progression Design an employee benefits incentive programme that differentiates Apparent as an employer of choice Support the Talent Director with recruitment of various roles Develop employee engagement metrics and other HR metrics to ensure a healthy engaged culture Promote and monitor employee safety, welfare, wellness and health Solve people issues by quickly implementing people driven solutions Provide HR expertise across career planning, performance management, data analysis, benefits and incentives, employee relations, recognition programmes and people development. Key skills and experience 5+ years proven working experience as a HR Manager in a fast paced, dynamic working environment with relevant tertiary education. Creative agency experience is ideal.In depth knowledge of Australian employment law and HR best practicesA high performer who is people orientated and results drivenDemonstrated business acumen to drive organisational and people related strategies and outcomesEffective communicator with the ability to build relationships with leaders and drive organisational changeAbility to work within constraints and to challenge the status quoDemonstrable experience with human resources metrics and culture changeKnowledge of HR systems and databasesExcellent active listening, negotiation and presentation skillsThe ability to partner, influence and build strong relationships at all levels of the businessPragmatic, resilient and hands-on style with experience in coaching and process improvements 5+ years proven working experience as a HR Manager in a fast paced, dynamic working environment with relevant tertiary education. Creative agency experience is ideal. In depth knowledge of Australian employment law and HR best practices A high performer who is people orientated and results driven Demonstrated business acumen to drive organisational and people related strategies and outcomes Effective communicator with the ability to build relationships with leaders and drive organisational change Ability to work within constraints and to challenge the status quo Demonstrable experience with human resources metrics and culture change Knowledge of HR systems and databases Excellent active listening, negotiation and presentation skills The ability to partner, influence and build strong relationships at all levels of the business Pragmatic, resilient and hands-on style with experience in coaching and process improvements If this sounds like you and you care about people as much as we do, we™d like you to get in touch. Please email your resume and cover letter to careersapparent.com.au We look forward to hearing from you, “ The team at Apparent

    location Redfern, New South Wales


  • HR Manager People Consulting

    See yourself in our team CommBank have recently transformed the Human Resources (HR) operating model, which has opened up a number of opportunities within the newly formed People Solutions Team. The People Consulting team co-design and deliver solutions that solve critical people issues that drive measurable business value. The team operates as an in-house HR consultancy solution. Do work that matters Team members may work independently, or in small teams of various compositions, depending on the initiative and may gain diverse exposure by working on a variety of strategic initiatives across the Group, in partnership with the HR BPs and their business areas Your impact and contribution Partner with key stakeholders to create, develop and deliver projects identified through prioritisation and which reflect a key business need Support or lead elements of prioritisation, analysis, design, development, delivery, evaluation and operational reporting metrics for projects or tasks assigned to you Apply a structured project and change management process to create highly impactful, timely project delivery Coach and influence business leaders to support effective project delivery Were interested in hearing from people who have Experienced human resources practitioner High level understanding of key people lifecycle activities and the risks and requirements to deliver these Proven consulting andor project management skills Ability to establish productive working relationships with senior business leaders and the HR community Strong customer focus and the ability to fully understand their needs and translate these into fit for purpose deliverables Demonstrable achievements in managing situations where leadership and influencing skills are paramount to success Excellent interpersonal skills and sound judgement If this sounds like the role for you then we would love to hear from you. Apply Now If youre already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), youll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We™re keen to support you with the next step in your career. Were aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date 02032020 See yourself in our team CommBank have recently transformed the Human Resources (HR) operating model, which has opened up a number of opportunities within the newly formed People Solutions Team. The People Consulting team co-design and deliver solutions that solve critical people issues that drive measurable business value. The team operates as an in-house HR consultancy solution. Do work that matters Team members may work independently, or in small teams of various compositions, depending on the initiative and may gain diverse exposure by working on a variety of strategic initiatives across the Group, in partnership with the HR BPs and their business areas Your impact and contribution Partner with key stakeholders to create, develop and deliver projects identified through prioritisation and which reflect a key business need Support or lead elements of prioritisation, analysis, design, development, delivery, evaluation and operational reporting metrics for projects or tasks assigned to you Apply a structured project and change management process to create highly impactful, timely project delivery Coach and influence business leaders to support effective project delivery Were interested in hearing from people who have Experienced human resources practitioner High level understanding of key people lifecycle activities and the risks and requirements to deliver these Proven consulting andor project management skills Ability to establish productive working relationships with senior business leaders and the HR community Strong customer focus and the ability to fully understand their needs and translate these into fit for purpose deliverables Demonstrable achievements in managing situations where leadership and influencing skills are paramount to success Excellent interpersonal skills and sound judgement If this sounds like the role for you then we would love to hear from you. Apply Now If youre already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), youll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We™re keen to support you with the next step in your career. Were aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date 02032020 See yourself in our team See yourself in our team CommBank have recently transformed the Human Resources (HR) operating model, which has opened up a number of opportunities within the newly formed People Solutions Team. The People Consulting team co-design and deliver solutions that solve critical people issues that drive measurable business value. The team operates as an in-house HR consultancy solution. Do work that matters Do work that matters Team members may work independently, or in small teams of various compositions, depending on the initiative and may gain diverse exposure by working on a variety of strategic initiatives across the Group, in partnership with the HR BPs and their business areas Your impact and contribution Your impact and contribution Partner with key stakeholders to create, develop and deliver projects identified through prioritisation and which reflect a key business need Support or lead elements of prioritisation, analysis, design, development, delivery, evaluation and operational reporting metrics for projects or tasks assigned to you Apply a structured project and change management process to create highly impactful, timely project delivery Coach and influence business leaders to support effective project delivery Were interested in hearing from people who have Were interested in hearing from people who have Experienced human resources practitioner High level understanding of key people lifecycle activities and the risks and requirements to deliver these Proven consulting andor project management skills Ability to establish productive working relationships with senior business leaders and the HR community Strong customer focus and the ability to fully understand their needs and translate these into fit for purpose deliverables Demonstrable achievements in managing situations where leadership and influencing skills are paramount to success Excellent interpersonal skills and sound judgement If this sounds like the role for you then we would love to hear from you. Apply Now If youre already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), youll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We™re keen to support you with the next step in your career. Were aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. If youre already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), youll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We™re keen to support you with the next step in your career. Were aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. If youre already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), youll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We™re keen to support you with the next step in your career. Were aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. If youre already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), youll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We™re keen to support you with the next step in your career. Were aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. If youre already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), youll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We™re keen to support you with the next step in your career. Were aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. If youre already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), youll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We™re keen to support you with the next step in your career. Were aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. If youre already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), youll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We™re keen to support you with the next step in your career. Were aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. If youre already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), youll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We™re keen to support you with the next step in your career. Were aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696.

    location Australia, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Are you ready for a unique employment experience with a sense of adventure looking to experience the diversity of the outback while growing your career, building lifetime friendships and all while saving for your future? Due to an internal promotion within our team, we are currently seeking a dedicated and highly motivated Human Resources Business Partner to join our fast paced and friendly Sails in the Desert team within our Ayres Rock Resort. Primary Objective of Role To ensure that the Human Resources needs of ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort are met through the provision of professional, timely and quality Human Resource Management services. To provide ?internal customer service? to Voyages Hotels and Resort staff in an efficient and friendly manner, in line with ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort standards, to ensure the highest customer satisfaction (both internal and external) at all times To take a lead role in monitoring the development of First Nation team members within the business and providing opportunities for advancement and career Your new role Reporting to the General Manager of Sails in the Desert and General Manager Human Resources Operations you will be you will be responsible for working closely with Heads of Departments and driving and fostering a positive work environment in our business. Motivate employees to improve their effectiveness and efficiency through - Incentive programs, Performance appraisal techniques, quality of work life, Organizational development programs Improve employees qualifications by providing programs for training and development, education assistance, transfers and career management Retain qualified employees through Human Resource Programs and services including - Compensation and benefits, rewards and promotions, Employee relations and counselling Provide timely advice to all staff when requested in relation to Enterprise Bargaining Agreements, Industrial relations, Work Place Health and Safety, Workers compensation and rehabilitation, Human Resource Service Level Agreements In conjunction with finance and payroll provide relevant advice to Managers in relation to budgets and payroll functions Support the HR Strategy through communication, implementation and execution of HR policies and procedures Model, coach and facilitate behaviours that are consistent with ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort values Contribute to the implementation of change Leadership solutions at Ayers Rock Resort to support both the HR and business Strategy Identify opportunities to improve HR practices, systems and procedures across the range of human resources activities including recruitment, performance management, induction, learning and development, employee relations, succession planning and career management. To succeed in this role, you will have Minimum of 5 years of experience as a Human Resources professional within the hospitality industry or related customer service industry Understanding of principals of cultural competence within the context of a business that supports First Nation development and enterprise Employment Relations experience will be highly regarded Solid knowledge and experience in the area of learning and development. Experience and knowledge of the Australian Qualifications Training Framework will be highly regarded Ability to effectively create and manage a productive and successful team Strong conflict resolution skills at a departmental level Ability to work autonomously and as part of a management team Excellent English communication skills Financial skills including budget management and reporting as required Ability to effectively manage conflicting priorities Self-motivated and committed approach to the achieving the business goals Ability to lead by example at all times including professional behaviours, work standards and positive outlook Reliability amp Trustworthiness Good computer and literacy skills In return we offer Competitive remuneration package Relocation Assistance to assist in your move to Yulara Vacation Bonus after 12 months of employment at our resort Opportunity to save money with your subsidised furnished staff accommodation with a generous discounted rate Resort discounts for all outlets and tours within Yulara such as IGA Supermarket, Shell Petrol Station and more Training amp Study opportunities provided by our Learning amp Development Team Benefits through our Partnership with Accor About our Company Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is a unique Australian travel company wholly owned by the Indigenous Land amp Sea Corporation (ILSC) offering experience-based holidays in spectacular wilderness locations including Ayers Rock Resort in the iconic Red Centre, Home Valley Station in the Kimberley region of Western Australia and tourism facilities at Mossman Gorge in Tropical North Queensland. This position is for our Ayres Rock Resort which is located in the Northern Territory. The resort has five individually branded hotel and apartment complexes across the resort we offer both our guests and employees a multitude of world class accommodation options. With four individually branded hotel and apartment complexes across Ayers Rock Resort we offer both our guests and employees a multitude of world class accommodation options. The Ayers Rock Resort complex also includes the Australian Tourism Award winning, Uluru Meeting Place, a campground, the Red Ochre Spa, the award winning Sounds of Silence (entered into the Australian Tourism Hall of Fame) as well as 15 independently branded food and beverage outlets. Voyages vision is to offer our visitors a genuine Indigenous experience while making a real difference for Indigenous communities through employment, development and business opportunities in tourism. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Are you ready for a unique employment experience with a sense of adventure looking to experience the diversity of the outback while growing your career, building lifetime friendships and all while saving for your future? Due to an internal promotion within our team, we are currently seeking a dedicated and highly motivated Human Resources Business Partner to join our fast paced and friendly Sails in the Desert team within our Ayres Rock Resort. Primary Objective of Role To ensure that the Human Resources needs of ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort are met through the provision of professional, timely and quality Human Resource Management services. To provide ?internal customer service? to Voyages Hotels and Resort staff in an efficient and friendly manner, in line with ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort standards, to ensure the highest customer satisfaction (both internal and external) at all times To take a lead role in monitoring the development of First Nation team members within the business and providing opportunities for advancement and career Your new role Reporting to the General Manager of Sails in the Desert and General Manager Human Resources Operations you will be you will be responsible for working closely with Heads of Departments and driving and fostering a positive work environment in our business. Motivate employees to improve their effectiveness and efficiency through - Incentive programs, Performance appraisal techniques, quality of work life, Organizational development programs Improve employees qualifications by providing programs for training and development, education assistance, transfers and career management Retain qualified employees through Human Resource Programs and services including - Compensation and benefits, rewards and promotions, Employee relations and counselling Provide timely advice to all staff when requested in relation to Enterprise Bargaining Agreements, Industrial relations, Work Place Health and Safety, Workers compensation and rehabilitation, Human Resource Service Level Agreements In conjunction with finance and payroll provide relevant advice to Managers in relation to budgets and payroll functions Support the HR Strategy through communication, implementation and execution of HR policies and procedures Model, coach and facilitate behaviours that are consistent with ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort values Contribute to the implementation of change Leadership solutions at Ayers Rock Resort to support both the HR and business Strategy Identify opportunities to improve HR practices, systems and procedures across the range of human resources activities including recruitment, performance management, induction, learning and development, employee relations, succession planning and career management. To succeed in this role, you will have Minimum of 5 years of experience as a Human Resources professional within the hospitality industry or related customer service industry Understanding of principals of cultural competence within the context of a business that supports First Nation development and enterprise Employment Relations experience will be highly regarded Solid knowledge and experience in the area of learning and development. Experience and knowledge of the Australian Qualifications Training Framework will be highly regarded Ability to effectively create and manage a productive and successful team Strong conflict resolution skills at a departmental level Ability to work autonomously and as part of a management team Excellent English communication skills Financial skills including budget management and reporting as required Ability to effectively manage conflicting priorities Self-motivated and committed approach to the achieving the business goals Ability to lead by example at all times including professional behaviours, work standards and positive outlook Reliability amp Trustworthiness Good computer and literacy skills In return we offer Competitive remuneration package Relocation Assistance to assist in your move to Yulara Vacation Bonus after 12 months of employment at our resort Opportunity to save money with your subsidised furnished staff accommodation with a generous discounted rate Resort discounts for all outlets and tours within Yulara such as IGA Supermarket, Shell Petrol Station and more Training amp Study opportunities provided by our Learning amp Development Team Benefits through our Partnership with Accor About our Company Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is a unique Australian travel company wholly owned by the Indigenous Land amp Sea Corporation (ILSC) offering experience-based holidays in spectacular wilderness locations including Ayers Rock Resort in the iconic Red Centre, Home Valley Station in the Kimberley region of Western Australia and tourism facilities at Mossman Gorge in Tropical North Queensland. This position is for our Ayres Rock Resort which is located in the Northern Territory. The resort has five individually branded hotel and apartment complexes across the resort we offer both our guests and employees a multitude of world class accommodation options. With four individually branded hotel and apartment complexes across Ayers Rock Resort we offer both our guests and employees a multitude of world class accommodation options. The Ayers Rock Resort complex also includes the Australian Tourism Award winning, Uluru Meeting Place, a campground, the Red Ochre Spa, the award winning Sounds of Silence (entered into the Australian Tourism Hall of Fame) as well as 15 independently branded food and beverage outlets. Voyages vision is to offer our visitors a genuine Indigenous experience while making a real difference for Indigenous communities through employment, development and business opportunities in tourism. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Are you ready for a unique employment experience with a sense of adventure looking to experience the diversity of the outback while growing your career, building lifetime friendships and all while saving for your future? Due to an internal promotion within our team, we are currently seeking a dedicated and highly motivated Human Resources Business Partner to join our fast paced and friendly Sails in the Desert team within our Ayres Rock Resort. Primary Objective of Role Primary Objective of Role To ensure that the Human Resources needs of ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort are met through the provision of professional, timely and quality Human Resource Management services. To provide ?internal customer service? to Voyages Hotels and Resort staff in an efficient and friendly manner, in line with ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort standards, to ensure the highest customer satisfaction (both internal and external) at all times To take a lead role in monitoring the development of First Nation team members within the business and providing opportunities for advancement and career Your new role Motivate employees to improve their effectiveness and efficiency through - Incentive programs, Performance appraisal techniques, quality of work life, Organizational development programs Improve employees qualifications by providing programs for training and development, education assistance, transfers and career management Retain qualified employees through Human Resource Programs and services including - Compensation and benefits, rewards and promotions, Employee relations and counselling Provide timely advice to all staff when requested in relation to Enterprise Bargaining Agreements, Industrial relations, Work Place Health and Safety, Workers compensation and rehabilitation, Human Resource Service Level Agreements In conjunction with finance and payroll provide relevant advice to Managers in relation to budgets and payroll functions Support the HR Strategy through communication, implementation and execution of HR policies and procedures Model, coach and facilitate behaviours that are consistent with ILSC Voyages Ayers Rock Resort values Contribute to the implementation of change Leadership solutions at Ayers Rock Resort to support both the HR and business Strategy Identify opportunities to improve HR practices, systems and procedures across the range of human resources activities including recruitment, performance management, induction, learning and development, employee relations, succession planning and career management. To succeed in this role, you will have Minimum of 5 years of experience as a Human Resources professional within the hospitality industry or related customer service industry 5 years of experience Understanding of principals of cultural competence within the context of a business that supports First Nation development and enterprise Employment Relations experience will be highly regarded Solid knowledge and experience in the area of learning and development. Experience and knowledge of the Australian Qualifications Training Framework will be highly regarded Ability to effectively create and manage a productive and successful team Strong conflict resolution skills at a departmental level Ability to work autonomously and as part of a management team Excellent English communication skills Financial skills including budget management and reporting as required Ability to effectively manage conflicting priorities Self-motivated and committed approach to the achieving the business goals Ability to lead by example at all times including professional behaviours, work standards and positive outlook Reliability amp Trustworthiness Good computer and literacy skills In return we offer Competitive remuneration package Relocation Assistance to assist in your move to Yulara Vacation Bonus after 12 months of employment at our resort Opportunity to save money with your subsidised furnished staff accommodation with a generous discounted rate Resort discounts for all outlets and tours within Yulara such as IGA Supermarket, Shell Petrol Station and more Training amp Study opportunities provided by our Learning amp Development Team Benefits through our Partnership with Accor About our Company The Ayers Rock Resort complex also includes the Australian Tourism Award winning, Uluru Meeting Place, a campground, the Red Ochre Spa, the award winning Sounds of Silence (entered into the Australian Tourism Hall of Fame) as well as 15 independently branded food and beverage outlets. Voyages vision is to offer our visitors a genuine Indigenous experience while making a real difference for Indigenous communities through employment, development and business opportunities in tourism. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    A critical hire for the HR team and reporting to the HR Director, the HR Business Partner will partner with People Managers across the business focussing on building the culture and managing the cyclical people agenda. The role will have a strategic component but will also contain the more hands on elements expected in a generalist role due to the fast moving, varied nature of the organisation. One of the key areas of focus will be to assist with the roll out of the engagement survey managing the transition to a new outsourced payroll provider. In addition to the above this person will partner with specialist teams in Talent Acquisition, Compensation and Benefits, and Learning and Development to execute programs ensuring that business needs are met. THE CRITERIA To be in the running for this opportunity you will be a highly competent and hands on HR Business Partner with 5 “ 8 years™ experience. You will have led large scale projects and have knowledge of payroll management and outsourcing. Strong hands on experience in employee relations and employee engagement with the ability to navigate within a fast paced and complex environment is essential. Please contact Jenna Flamsteed for more information on 02 8011 4151. We look forward to receiving your application. A critical hire for the HR team and reporting to the HR Director, the HR Business Partner will partner with People Managers across the business focussing on building the culture and managing the cyclical people agenda. The role will have a strategic component but will also contain the more hands on elements expected in a generalist role due to the fast moving, varied nature of the organisation. One of the key areas of focus will be to assist with the roll out of the engagement survey managing the transition to a new outsourced payroll provider. In addition to the above this person will partner with specialist teams in Talent Acquisition, Compensation and Benefits, and Learning and Development to execute programs ensuring that business needs are met. THE CRITERIA To be in the running for this opportunity you will be a highly competent and hands on HR Business Partner with 5 “ 8 years™ experience. You will have led large scale projects and have knowledge of payroll management and outsourcing. Strong hands on experience in employee relations and employee engagement with the ability to navigate within a fast paced and complex environment is essential. Please contact Jenna Flamsteed for more information on 02 8011 4151. We look forward to receiving your application. A critical hire for the HR team and reporting to the HR Director, the HR Business Partner will partner with People Managers across the business focussing on building the culture and managing the cyclical people agenda. The role will have a strategic component but will also contain the more hands on elements expected in a generalist role due to the fast moving, varied nature of the organisation. One of the key areas of focus will be to assist with the roll out of the engagement survey managing the transition to a new outsourced payroll provider. In addition to the above this person will partner with specialist teams in Talent Acquisition, Compensation and Benefits, and Learning and Development to execute programs ensuring that business needs are met. THE CRITERIA To be in the running for this opportunity you will be a highly competent and hands on HR Business Partner with 5 “ 8 years™ experience. You will have led large scale projects and have knowledge of payroll management and outsourcing. Strong hands on experience in employee relations and employee engagement with the ability to navigate within a fast paced and complex environment is essential. THE CRITERIA Please contact Jenna Flamsteed for more information on 02 8011 4151. We look forward to receiving your application. Please contact Jenna Flamsteed for more information on 02 8011 4151. We look forward to receiving your application.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor

    6 Month Contract with the opportunity of extension 80,000 plus super Macquarie Park Provide support for HR systems and deliver day to day coaching and advice to employees and line managers on employee relations. Client Details Our client is a security and safety equipment company based in Macquarie Park who are in a transformation journey for HR, changing how they service internal customers and give proactive solutions. Description Provide day to day HR process and admin support Developing and maintaining documentation, policies and procedures Coordination of various HR programs including employee training and development and supporting talent and culture initiatives Collaborate with the HR team to develop effective recruitment strategies and future staffing needs Process complaints regarding employee issues and assist in any necessary investigations. Profile Bachelors degree in human resources or related fields 3 years plus experience Knowledge of federal and state employment law Experience with HRMSHRIS systems Advanced Excel skills Job Offer 80,000 plus super 6 month contract which is highly likely to be extended Flexible start and finish time Parking on site 6 Month Contract with the opportunity of extension 80,000 plus super Macquarie Park Provide support for HR systems and deliver day to day coaching and advice to employees and line managers on employee relations. Client Details Our client is a security and safety equipment company based in Macquarie Park who are in a transformation journey for HR, changing how they service internal customers and give proactive solutions. Description Provide day to day HR process and admin support Developing and maintaining documentation, policies and procedures Coordination of various HR programs including employee training and development and supporting talent and culture initiatives Collaborate with the HR team to develop effective recruitment strategies and future staffing needs Process complaints regarding employee issues and assist in any necessary investigations. Profile Bachelors degree in human resources or related fields 3 years plus experience Knowledge of federal and state employment law Experience with HRMSHRIS systems Advanced Excel skills Job Offer 80,000 plus super 6 month contract which is highly likely to be extended Flexible start and finish time Parking on site 6 Month Contract with the opportunity of extension 80,000 plus super Macquarie Park 6 Month Contract with the opportunity of extension 80,000 plus super Macquarie Park 6 Month Contract with the opportunity of extension 80,000 plus super Macquarie Park 6 Month Contract with the opportunity of extension 80,000 plus super Macquarie Park Provide support for HR systems and deliver day to day coaching and advice to employees and line managers on employee relations. Client Details Our client is a security and safety equipment company based in Macquarie Park who are in a transformation journey for HR, changing how they service internal customers and give proactive solutions. Description Provide day to day HR process and admin support Developing and maintaining documentation, policies and procedures Coordination of various HR programs including employee training and development and supporting talent and culture initiatives Collaborate with the HR team to develop effective recruitment strategies and future staffing needs Process complaints regarding employee issues and assist in any necessary investigations. Profile Bachelors degree in human resources or related fields 3 years plus experience Knowledge of federal and state employment law Experience with HRMSHRIS systems Advanced Excel skills Job Offer 80,000 plus super 6 month contract which is highly likely to be extended Flexible start and finish time Parking on site Provide support for HR systems and deliver day to day coaching and advice to employees and line managers on employee relations. Client Details Client Details Our client is a security and safety equipment company based in Macquarie Park who are in a transformation journey for HR, changing how they service internal customers and give proactive solutions. Description Description Provide day to day HR process and admin support Developing and maintaining documentation, policies and procedures Coordination of various HR programs including employee training and development and supporting talent and culture initiatives Collaborate with the HR team to develop effective recruitment strategies and future staffing needs Process complaints regarding employee issues and assist in any necessary investigations. Profile Profile Bachelors degree in human resources or related fields 3 years plus experience Knowledge of federal and state employment law Experience with HRMSHRIS systems Advanced Excel skills Job Offer Job Offer 80,000 plus super 6 month contract which is highly likely to be extended Flexible start and finish time Parking on site

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Employee Relations Partner

    You are an exceptional Employee Relations Partner with a passion for delivering appropriate solutions for employees and leaders while contributing to our team culture. You love to partner closely with the HR Business Partner team and leaders to enable premier management coaching. Youll be joining the team at a very early stage and will be instrumental in shaping the direction of the ER function at Atlassian. This is a great opportunity to work on novel issues in an exciting environment at a company that is in the midst of scaling beyond 4,000 employees. What does that mean for you? A lot of opportunity to put your stamp on how we handle employee relation matters for years to come. You should thrive in a fast-paced environment and are comfortable with change and the ambiguity that sometimes comes with it. You are enthusiastic, flexible in your approach and open to learning. You have strong coaching muscles while leading with empathy and balance. More about this role Provide enthusiastic (education and prevention) and reactive (conflict management and investigations) support and Run investigations including documentation and recommendations from prep to intake to completion. Serve as subject matter expert on Australian employment law and Atlassian policies, procedures, practices, and partners to resolve issues as needed. In partnership with the talent COE, develop and facilitate engaging training to leaders and employees about employee relations issues, investigations, and handling performance Use data to identify employee relations trends and dedicatedly provide preventative trainings, systems processes On your first day, youll have 5+ years Employee Relations experience in a fast-growing company Bachelors Degree in a related field Demonstrates knowledge in ER practices, guidelines and regulations regarding compliance with all employment laws, policies, procedures, and processes. Experience advising on a wide range of employee populations Strong skills in anticipating and identifying problems and use sound judgment and fact-based analysis to develop effective and efficient solutions. Ability to listen, and clearly articulate a point of view and recommendations both in speaking and writing More about the team On the Atlassian People team, we play as a team, and we have fun doing it. We use an analytical, data inclined approach to tackle problems, build programs, and help Atlassians constantly improve upon how they work. You™ll work with a team that partners with business and technology teams to ensure our employees are innovating at their peak, leading teams and guiding their amazing people. More about our benefits Whether you work in an office or a distributed team, Atlassian is highly collaborative and yes, fun To support you at work (and play) we offer some fantastic perks ample time off to relax and recharge, flexible working options, five paid volunteer days a year for your favourite cause, an annual allowance to support your learning amp growth, unique ShipIt days, a company paid trip after five years and lots more. More about Atlassian Creating software that empowers everyone from small startups to the who™s who of tech is why we™re here. We build tools like Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, and Trello to help teams across the world become more nimble, creative, and aligned”collaboration is the heart of every product we dream of at Atlassian. From Amsterdam and Austin, to Sydney and San Francisco, we™re looking for people who want to write the future and who believe that we can accomplish so much more together than apart. At Atlassian, we™re committed to an environment where everyone has the autonomy and freedom to thrive, as well as the support of like-minded colleagues who are motivated by a common goal to Unleash the potential of every team. Additional Information We believe that the unique contributions of all Atlassians is the driver of our success. To make sure that our products and culture continue to incorporate everyones perspectives and experience we never discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, or marital, veteran, or disability status. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. You are an exceptional Employee Relations Partner with a passion for delivering appropriate solutions for employees and leaders while contributing to our team culture. You love to partner closely with the HR Business Partner team and leaders to enable premier management coaching. Youll be joining the team at a very early stage and will be instrumental in shaping the direction of the ER function at Atlassian. This is a great opportunity to work on novel issues in an exciting environment at a company that is in the midst of scaling beyond 4,000 employees. What does that mean for you? A lot of opportunity to put your stamp on how we handle employee relation matters for years to come. You should thrive in a fast-paced environment and are comfortable with change and the ambiguity that sometimes comes with it. You are enthusiastic, flexible in your approach and open to learning. You have strong coaching muscles while leading with empathy and balance. More about this role Provide enthusiastic (education and prevention) and reactive (conflict management and investigations) support and Run investigations including documentation and recommendations from prep to intake to completion. Serve as subject matter expert on Australian employment law and Atlassian policies, procedures, practices, and partners to resolve issues as needed. In partnership with the talent COE, develop and facilitate engaging training to leaders and employees about employee relations issues, investigations, and handling performance Use data to identify employee relations trends and dedicatedly provide preventative trainings, systems processes On your first day, youll have 5+ years Employee Relations experience in a fast-growing company Bachelors Degree in a related field Demonstrates knowledge in ER practices, guidelines and regulations regarding compliance with all employment laws, policies, procedures, and processes. Experience advising on a wide range of employee populations Strong skills in anticipating and identifying problems and use sound judgment and fact-based analysis to develop effective and efficient solutions. Ability to listen, and clearly articulate a point of view and recommendations both in speaking and writing More about the team On the Atlassian People team, we play as a team, and we have fun doing it. We use an analytical, data inclined approach to tackle problems, build programs, and help Atlassians constantly improve upon how they work. You™ll work with a team that partners with business and technology teams to ensure our employees are innovating at their peak, leading teams and guiding their amazing people. More about our benefits Whether you work in an office or a distributed team, Atlassian is highly collaborative and yes, fun To support you at work (and play) we offer some fantastic perks ample time off to relax and recharge, flexible working options, five paid volunteer days a year for your favourite cause, an annual allowance to support your learning amp growth, unique ShipIt days, a company paid trip after five years and lots more. More about Atlassian Creating software that empowers everyone from small startups to the who™s who of tech is why we™re here. We build tools like Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, and Trello to help teams across the world become more nimble, creative, and aligned”collaboration is the heart of every product we dream of at Atlassian. From Amsterdam and Austin, to Sydney and San Francisco, we™re looking for people who want to write the future and who believe that we can accomplish so much more together than apart. At Atlassian, we™re committed to an environment where everyone has the autonomy and freedom to thrive, as well as the support of like-minded colleagues who are motivated by a common goal to Unleash the potential of every team. Additional Information We believe that the unique contributions of all Atlassians is the driver of our success. To make sure that our products and culture continue to incorporate everyones perspectives and experience we never discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, or marital, veteran, or disability status. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. You are an exceptional Employee Relations Partner with a passion for delivering appropriate solutions for employees and leaders while contributing to our team culture. You love to partner closely with the HR Business Partner team and leaders to enable premier management coaching. Youll be joining the team at a very early stage and will be instrumental in shaping the direction of the ER function at Atlassian. This is a great opportunity to work on novel issues in an exciting environment at a company that is in the midst of scaling beyond 4,000 employees. What does that mean for you? A lot of opportunity to put your stamp on how we handle employee relation matters for years to come. You should thrive in a fast-paced environment and are comfortable with change and the ambiguity that sometimes comes with it. You are enthusiastic, flexible in your approach and open to learning. You have strong coaching muscles while leading with empathy and balance. You are an exceptional Employee Relations Partner with a passion for delivering appropriate solutions for employees and leaders while contributing to our team culture. You love to partner closely with the HR Business Partner team and leaders to enable premier management coaching. Youll be joining the team at a very early stage and will be instrumental in shaping the direction of the ER function at Atlassian. This is a great opportunity to work on novel issues in an exciting environment at a company that is in the midst of scaling beyond 4,000 employees. What does that mean for you? A lot of opportunity to put your stamp on how we handle employee relation matters for years to come. You should thrive in a fast-paced environment and are comfortable with change and the ambiguity that sometimes comes with it. You are enthusiastic, flexible in your approach and open to learning. You have strong coaching muscles while leading with empathy and balance. More about this role Provide enthusiastic (education and prevention) and reactive (conflict management and investigations) support and Run investigations including documentation and recommendations from prep to intake to completion. Serve as subject matter expert on Australian employment law and Atlassian policies, procedures, practices, and partners to resolve issues as needed. In partnership with the talent COE, develop and facilitate engaging training to leaders and employees about employee relations issues, investigations, and handling performance Use data to identify employee relations trends and dedicatedly provide preventative trainings, systems processes More about this role Provide enthusiastic (education and prevention) and reactive (conflict management and investigations) support and Run investigations including documentation and recommendations from prep to intake to completion. Serve as subject matter expert on Australian employment law and Atlassian policies, procedures, practices, and partners to resolve issues as needed. In partnership with the talent COE, develop and facilitate engaging training to leaders and employees about employee relations issues, investigations, and handling performance Use data to identify employee relations trends and dedicatedly provide preventative trainings, systems processes More about this role More about this role Provide enthusiastic (education and prevention) and reactive (conflict management and investigations) support and Run investigations including documentation and recommendations from prep to intake to completion. Serve as subject matter expert on Australian employment law and Atlassian policies, procedures, practices, and partners to resolve issues as needed. In partnership with the talent COE, develop and facilitate engaging training to leaders and employees about employee relations issues, investigations, and handling performance Use data to identify employee relations trends and dedicatedly provide preventative trainings, systems processes Provide enthusiastic (education and prevention) and reactive (conflict management and investigations) support and Run investigations including documentation and recommendations from prep to intake to completion. Serve as subject matter expert on Australian employment law and Atlassian policies, procedures, practices, and partners to resolve issues as needed. In partnership with the talent COE, develop and facilitate engaging training to leaders and employees about employee relations issues, investigations, and handling performance Use data to identify employee relations trends and dedicatedly provide preventative trainings, systems processes On your first day, youll have 5+ years Employee Relations experience in a fast-growing company Bachelors Degree in a related field Demonstrates knowledge in ER practices, guidelines and regulations regarding compliance with all employment laws, policies, procedures, and processes. Experience advising on a wide range of employee populations Strong skills in anticipating and identifying problems and use sound judgment and fact-based analysis to develop effective and efficient solutions. Ability to listen, and clearly articulate a point of view and recommendations both in speaking and writing On your first day, youll have 5+ years Employee Relations experience in a fast-growing company Bachelors Degree in a related field Demonstrates knowledge in ER practices, guidelines and regulations regarding compliance with all employment laws, policies, procedures, and processes. Experience advising on a wide range of employee populations Strong skills in anticipating and identifying problems and use sound judgment and fact-based analysis to develop effective and efficient solutions. Ability to listen, and clearly articulate a point of view and recommendations both in speaking and writing On your first day, youll have On your first day, youll have 5+ years Employee Relations experience in a fast-growing company Bachelors Degree in a related field Demonstrates knowledge in ER practices, guidelines and regulations regarding compliance with all employment laws, policies, procedures, and processes. Experience advising on a wide range of employee populations Strong skills in anticipating and identifying problems and use sound judgment and fact-based analysis to develop effective and efficient solutions. Ability to listen, and clearly articulate a point of view and recommendations both in speaking and writing 5+ years Employee Relations experience in a fast-growing company Bachelors Degree in a related field Demonstrates knowledge in ER practices, guidelines and regulations regarding compliance with all employment laws, policies, procedures, and processes. Experience advising on a wide range of employee populations Strong skills in anticipating and identifying problems and use sound judgment and fact-based analysis to develop effective and efficient solutions. Ability to listen, and clearly articulate a point of view and recommendations both in speaking and writing More about the team On the Atlassian People team, we play as a team, and we have fun doing it. We use an analytical, data inclined approach to tackle problems, build programs, and help Atlassians constantly improve upon how they work. You™ll work with a team that partners with business and technology teams to ensure our employees are innovating at their peak, leading teams and guiding their amazing people. More about our benefits Whether you work in an office or a distributed team, Atlassian is highly collaborative and yes, fun To support you at work (and play) we offer some fantastic perks ample time off to relax and recharge, flexible working options, five paid volunteer days a year for your favourite cause, an annual allowance to support your learning amp growth, unique ShipIt days, a company paid trip after five years and lots more. More about Atlassian Creating software that empowers everyone from small startups to the who™s who of tech is why we™re here. We build tools like Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, and Trello to help teams across the world become more nimble, creative, and aligned”collaboration is the heart of every product we dream of at Atlassian. From Amsterdam and Austin, to Sydney and San Francisco, we™re looking for people who want to write the future and who believe that we can accomplish so much more together than apart. At Atlassian, we™re committed to an environment where everyone has the autonomy and freedom to thrive, as well as the support of like-minded colleagues who are motivated by a common goal to Unleash the potential of every team. Additional Information We believe that the unique contributions of all Atlassians is the driver of our success. To make sure that our products and culture continue to incorporate everyones perspectives and experience we never discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, or marital, veteran, or disability status. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. More about the team More about the team On the Atlassian People team, we play as a team, and we have fun doing it. We use an analytical, data inclined approach to tackle problems, build programs, and help Atlassians constantly improve upon how they work. You™ll work with a team that partners with business and technology teams to ensure our employees are innovating at their peak, leading teams and guiding their amazing people. More about our benefits More about our benefits Whether you work in an office or a distributed team, Atlassian is highly collaborative and yes, fun To support you at work (and play) we offer some fantastic perks ample time off to relax and recharge, flexible working options, five paid volunteer days a year for your favourite cause, an annual allowance to support your learning amp growth, unique ShipIt days, a company paid trip after five years and lots more. More about Atlassian More about Atlassian Creating software that empowers everyone from small startups to the who™s who of tech is why we™re here. We build tools like Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, and Trello to help teams across the world become more nimble, creative, and aligned”collaboration is the heart of every product we dream of at Atlassian. From Amsterdam and Austin, to Sydney and San Francisco, we™re looking for people who want to write the future and who believe that we can accomplish so much more together than apart. At Atlassian, we™re committed to an environment where everyone has the autonomy and freedom to thrive, as well as the support of like-minded colleagues who are motivated by a common goal to Unleash the potential of every team. Additional Information Additional Information We believe that the unique contributions of all Atlassians is the driver of our success. To make sure that our products and culture continue to incorporate everyones perspectives and experience we never discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, or marital, veteran, or disability status. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Workday & HR Administrator (Contract)

    Three month immediate start HR and Workday administration assignment US multinational located in Macquarie Park, close to metro station 60-70K plus superannuation The company The Australian subsidiary of a US multinational with offices located in Macquarie Park. The role Reports to the HR Director and provides administrative support using Workday HRIS. The responsibilities The responsibilities of the role will be fairly fluid and include updating HR records in Workday to ensure employee records are complete. production of HR correspondence and documents. responding to HR phone and email queries. The candidate In order to be successful in your application, you will be able to commence the assignment immediately and commit to the three month term. have experience with Workday. have experience in an adminstrative role, ideally in HR. The rewards The assignment is paying a salary of 60-70K plus superannuation. How to apply We move quickly to shortlist so dont delay your application. Send you resume in Word format via the job portal. Enquiries can be directed to Lee on 8765 9700. 3104893 Three month immediate start HR and Workday administration assignment US multinational located in Macquarie Park, close to metro station 60-70K plus superannuation The company The Australian subsidiary of a US multinational with offices located in Macquarie Park. The role Reports to the HR Director and provides administrative support using Workday HRIS. The responsibilities The responsibilities of the role will be fairly fluid and include updating HR records in Workday to ensure employee records are complete. production of HR correspondence and documents. responding to HR phone and email queries. The candidate In order to be successful in your application, you will be able to commence the assignment immediately and commit to the three month term. have experience with Workday. have experience in an adminstrative role, ideally in HR. The rewards The assignment is paying a salary of 60-70K plus superannuation. How to apply We move quickly to shortlist so dont delay your application. Send you resume in Word format via the job portal. Enquiries can be directed to Lee on 8765 9700. 3104893 Three month immediate start HR and Workday administration assignment US multinational located in Macquarie Park, close to metro station 60-70K plus superannuation The company The role The responsibilities updating HR records in Workday to ensure employee records are complete. production of HR correspondence and documents. responding to HR phone and email queries. The candidate be able to commence the assignment immediately and commit to the three month term. have experience with Workday. have experience in an adminstrative role, ideally in HR. The rewards How to apply

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Analyst

    Job Posting Title HR Analyst Summary An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced HR Analyst to join our People and Culture team. This role will be responsible for managing and reporting on Aristocrat™s people data using the Workday system. This role also requires great attention to detail and an appetite for constantly improving People amp Culture system, processes and reports. What youll do Executes and manages day to day People amp Culture transactions in the Workday system Collaborate with other People amp Culture analysts across the globe to deliver on business requirements and technology Partners with the People amp Culture team and the business to understand technology needs and provide exceptional customer support Manages and ensures the accuracy of all People amp Culture data and reporting Maintains, produces and distributes regular required (weekly monthlyannually) reports to employees, managers, People amp Culture, Finance, Payroll, Senior Business Leaders Identifies and supports the implementation of process improvements to gain efficiency and ensure data integrity throughout the Workday system Ensures that SLAs are maintained by vendor and escalates when appropriate Able to conduct training sessions of Business Systems for users across the organization, as necessary What were looking for Minimum 2 years of Workday system experience required 2-4 years of People amp Culture related experience 2-4 years of data management and reporting Able to create intelligent and insightful People amp Culture reports using Workday system Strong technical skills with Microsoft Office, particularly, Excel, Access, and Word, creating relational databases, spreadsheets and reports Strong attention to detail Ability to manage confidential information Ability to apply People amp Culture concepts, principles and theories Why Aristocrat? World Leader in Gaming Entertainment Robust benefits package Global career opportunities Our core values All about the player, Talent Unleashed, Collective Brilliance and Good Business, Good Citizen Our Winning Ways Unite - Come together as one team, with one vision Develop - Empower, inspire and grow our people Deliver - Execute with excellence, be accountable for results Play - Be creative, celebrate success The US based roles may require registration with the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) andor other gaming jurisdictions in which we operate. Location North Ryde, NSW, AU Job family JFPeople amp Culture Business Partner Contract Type Regular Time Type Full time Company Aristocrat Technologies Australia PL Job Posting Title HR Analyst Summary An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced HR Analyst to join our People and Culture team. This role will be responsible for managing and reporting on Aristocrat™s people data using the Workday system. This role also requires great attention to detail and an appetite for constantly improving People amp Culture system, processes and reports. What youll do Executes and manages day to day People amp Culture transactions in the Workday system Collaborate with other People amp Culture analysts across the globe to deliver on business requirements and technology Partners with the People amp Culture team and the business to understand technology needs and provide exceptional customer support Manages and ensures the accuracy of all People amp Culture data and reporting Maintains, produces and distributes regular required (weekly monthlyannually) reports to employees, managers, People amp Culture, Finance, Payroll, Senior Business Leaders Identifies and supports the implementation of process improvements to gain efficiency and ensure data integrity throughout the Workday system Ensures that SLAs are maintained by vendor and escalates when appropriate Able to conduct training sessions of Business Systems for users across the organization, as necessary What were looking for Minimum 2 years of Workday system experience required 2-4 years of People amp Culture related experience 2-4 years of data management and reporting Able to create intelligent and insightful People amp Culture reports using Workday system Strong technical skills with Microsoft Office, particularly, Excel, Access, and Word, creating relational databases, spreadsheets and reports Strong attention to detail Ability to manage confidential information Ability to apply People amp Culture concepts, principles and theories Why Aristocrat? World Leader in Gaming Entertainment Robust benefits package Global career opportunities Our core values All about the player, Talent Unleashed, Collective Brilliance and Good Business, Good Citizen Our Winning Ways Unite - Come together as one team, with one vision Develop - Empower, inspire and grow our people Deliver - Execute with excellence, be accountable for results Play - Be creative, celebrate success The US based roles may require registration with the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) andor other gaming jurisdictions in which we operate. Location North Ryde, NSW, AU Job family JFPeople amp Culture Business Partner Contract Type Regular Time Type Full time Company Aristocrat Technologies Australia PL Job Posting Title Job Posting Title Summary Summary What youll do What youll do Executes and manages day to day People amp Culture transactions in the Workday system Collaborate with other People amp Culture analysts across the globe to deliver on business requirements and technology Partners with the People amp Culture team and the business to understand technology needs and provide exceptional customer support Manages and ensures the accuracy of all People amp Culture data and reporting Maintains, produces and distributes regular required (weekly monthlyannually) reports to employees, managers, People amp Culture, Finance, Payroll, Senior Business Leaders Identifies and supports the implementation of process improvements to gain efficiency and ensure data integrity throughout the Workday system Ensures that SLAs are maintained by vendor and escalates when appropriate Able to conduct training sessions of Business Systems for users across the organization, as necessary What were looking for What were looking for Minimum 2 years of Workday system experience required 2-4 years of People amp Culture related experience 2-4 years of data management and reporting Able to create intelligent and insightful People amp Culture reports using Workday system Strong technical skills with Microsoft Office, particularly, Excel, Access, and Word, creating relational databases, spreadsheets and reports Strong attention to detail Ability to manage confidential information Ability to apply People amp Culture concepts, principles and theories Why Aristocrat? Why Aristocrat? World Leader in Gaming Entertainment World Leader in Gaming Entertainment Robust benefits package Robust benefits package Global career opportunities Global career opportunities Our core values All about the player, Talent Unleashed, Collective Brilliance and Good Business, Good Citizen Our core values All about the player, Talent Unleashed, Collective Brilliance and Good Business, Good Citizen Our Winning Ways Our Winning Ways Unite - Come together as one team, with one vision Develop - Empower, inspire and grow our people Deliver - Execute with excellence, be accountable for results Play - Be creative, celebrate success The US based roles may require registration with the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) andor other gaming jurisdictions in which we operate. Location Location Job family Job family Contract Type Contract Type Time Type Time Type Company Company

    location North Ryde, New South Wales


  • HR Administrator

    Leading medical devices firm based in Macquarie Park looking for an experienced HR admin. Your new company This leading medical devices organisation are looking for an HR Administrator to assist in their Macquarie Park offices. This international organisation is behind some of Australia™s best known medical devices. Your new role You will be adopting the role of a HR Admin with your main focus Assist with general HR enquiries HR Systems expertise Contract generation General recruitment Admin Helping with filing of employee files Recruitment support Pre-screening candidates High level compliance and reference tasks Coordinating Interviews Following up with paperwork on recruitment Sending letters of offer to candidates Update Excel spreadsheets and answer customer enquiries. What youll need to succeed You will have proven experience as a HR or general administrator. You will have a strong work ethic and be a confident communicator. This role requires excellent communication skills, local or strong international experience and full working rights. This role is an immediate start for a 7-month contract with the potential to be on-going. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV or send to oliver.gregoryhays.com.au, or call Oliver Gregory now on 0280626181. If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2343351 Leading medical devices firm based in Macquarie Park looking for an experienced HR admin. Your new company This leading medical devices organisation are looking for an HR Administrator to assist in their Macquarie Park offices. This international organisation is behind some of Australia™s best known medical devices. Your new role You will be adopting the role of a HR Admin with your main focus Assist with general HR enquiries HR Systems expertise Contract generation General recruitment Admin Helping with filing of employee files Recruitment support Pre-screening candidates High level compliance and reference tasks Coordinating Interviews Following up with paperwork on recruitment Sending letters of offer to candidates Update Excel spreadsheets and answer customer enquiries. What youll need to succeed You will have proven experience as a HR or general administrator. You will have a strong work ethic and be a confident communicator. This role requires excellent communication skills, local or strong international experience and full working rights. This role is an immediate start for a 7-month contract with the potential to be on-going. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV or send to oliver.gregoryhays.com.au, or call Oliver Gregory now on 0280626181. If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2343351 Your new company This leading medical devices organisation are looking for an HR Administrator to assist in their Macquarie Park offices. This international organisation is behind some of Australia™s best known medical devices. Your new role You will be adopting the role of a HR Admin with your main focus Your new company Your new role Assist with general HR enquiries HR Systems expertise Contract generation General recruitment Admin Helping with filing of employee files Recruitment support Pre-screening candidates High level compliance and reference tasks Coordinating Interviews Following up with paperwork on recruitment Sending letters of offer to candidates Update Excel spreadsheets and answer customer enquiries. What youll need to succeed What you need to do now LHS 297508

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources, Australia Campus Recruiting, Associate - Sydney

    Who We Are JPMorgan Chase amp Co. (NYSE JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of 2.7 trillion and operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small business, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase amp Co. serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the worlds most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Information about JPMorgan Chase amp Co. is available at www.jpmorganchase.com. What it Means To Work Here Here, youll feel welcomed and valued. Our clients, transactions, deals and projects are global so we work hard to create diverse, inclusive teams that support our business and each other. Learn about our culture here. Position Overview This position leads campus recruitment efforts for the J.P. Morgan Australia franchise covering all Infrastructure and Front Office positions across all lines of businesses that provides future leader talent for the firm. The firm recruits top talent from universities domestically to participate in the full time Analyst and Associate Program plus wintersummer internship programs which are considered a primary source for the full time program. The campus recruiter will be in charge of the end-to-end process of campus recruiting for program tracks in Australia, from managing stakeholder requirements, planning stage through to coordination of events, and recruiting to internship program management. Job Description Recruiting Strategy amp Execution Build and partner with senior business stakeholders and campus school teams to formulate effective recruiting strategy Formulate selling strategies for those candidates with offersDevelop and execute on campus diversity hiring for finance accounting programs or backgroundPartner internally with other areas of the firm and buildutilize external network to share and learn best practicesEngage with Program Management and business partners to understand needsdemand RelationshipResource Management Pre-screen candidates to recommend for additional interview roundsEnsure teams are consistent in interview structure and evaluation of candidatesMaintain relationships with candidates, which includes providing information on the firm, recruiting process, and helping to determine area of interest within the firm Seek out opportunities to build relationships with non-core schools and key organizationsBuild and maintain strong relationships with Program Management, hiring managers, and key stakeholders Ensure proper visibility of recruiting program with management, schools, and other key constituents Maintain strong relationships with both campus and lateral recruiting teams to leverage best practices. Winter and Summer Analyst Programs Plan and manage both the Winter and Summer Analyst Programs, including orientation days (with training) and continuing education through the summer. Provide support, mentorship and be point of escalation for interns during the course of the summerLead selection and evaluation process of interns to full time offers Measurement Measure recruiting success amp provide key metrics to management with a view of external market practi Qualifications 4+ years™ experience recruiting OR relevant junior talent resource management such as learning and development or HR Business partnering Demonstrated Project Management experience with the capability to lead and manage projects Ability to assess candidate skills Knowledge of Investment Banking Corporate Finance is a plusStrong organizational and planning abilities ability to multi-task Strategic thinker with strong analytical skills Demonstrated ability to build internal and external relationships Excellent written and spoken communication skillsStrong public speaking and presentation skills willingcomfortable presenting to large groups of people. Enjoy significant interaction with college students Extremely flexible and adaptable to a fast paced work environmentHeavy travel required during peak on-campus seasons We recognize that our people are our strength and the diverse talents they bring to our global workforce is directly linked to our success. We are an equal opportunity employer and place a high value on diversity and inclusion at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of any protected attribute, including race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital or veteran status, or disability, or any other basis protected under applicable local law. In accordance with applicable local law, we make reasonable accommodations for applicants™ and employees™ religious practices and beliefs, as well as any mental health or physical disability needs. Who We Are JPMorgan Chase amp Co. (NYSE JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of 2.7 trillion and operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small business, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase amp Co. serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the worlds most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Information about JPMorgan Chase amp Co. is available at www.jpmorganchase.com. What it Means To Work Here Here, youll feel welcomed and valued. Our clients, transactions, deals and projects are global so we work hard to create diverse, inclusive teams that support our business and each other. Learn about our culture here. Position Overview This position leads campus recruitment efforts for the J.P. Morgan Australia franchise covering all Infrastructure and Front Office positions across all lines of businesses that provides future leader talent for the firm. The firm recruits top talent from universities domestically to participate in the full time Analyst and Associate Program plus wintersummer internship programs which are considered a primary source for the full time program. The campus recruiter will be in charge of the end-to-end process of campus recruiting for program tracks in Australia, from managing stakeholder requirements, planning stage through to coordination of events, and recruiting to internship program management. Job Description Recruiting Strategy amp Execution Build and partner with senior business stakeholders and campus school teams to formulate effective recruiting strategy Formulate selling strategies for those candidates with offersDevelop and execute on campus diversity hiring for finance accounting programs or backgroundPartner internally with other areas of the firm and buildutilize external network to share and learn best practicesEngage with Program Management and business partners to understand needsdemand RelationshipResource Management Pre-screen candidates to recommend for additional interview roundsEnsure teams are consistent in interview structure and evaluation of candidatesMaintain relationships with candidates, which includes providing information on the firm, recruiting process, and helping to determine area of interest within the firm Seek out opportunities to build relationships with non-core schools and key organizationsBuild and maintain strong relationships with Program Management, hiring managers, and key stakeholders Ensure proper visibility of recruiting program with management, schools, and other key constituents Maintain strong relationships with both campus and lateral recruiting teams to leverage best practices. Winter and Summer Analyst Programs Plan and manage both the Winter and Summer Analyst Programs, including orientation days (with training) and continuing education through the summer. Provide support, mentorship and be point of escalation for interns during the course of the summerLead selection and evaluation process of interns to full time offers Measurement Measure recruiting success amp provide key metrics to management with a view of external market practi Qualifications 4+ years™ experience recruiting OR relevant junior talent resource management such as learning and development or HR Business partnering Demonstrated Project Management experience with the capability to lead and manage projects Ability to assess candidate skills Knowledge of Investment Banking Corporate Finance is a plusStrong organizational and planning abilities ability to multi-task Strategic thinker with strong analytical skills Demonstrated ability to build internal and external relationships Excellent written and spoken communication skillsStrong public speaking and presentation skills willingcomfortable presenting to large groups of people. Enjoy significant interaction with college students Extremely flexible and adaptable to a fast paced work environmentHeavy travel required during peak on-campus seasons We recognize that our people are our strength and the diverse talents they bring to our global workforce is directly linked to our success. We are an equal opportunity employer and place a high value on diversity and inclusion at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of any protected attribute, including race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital or veteran status, or disability, or any other basis protected under applicable local law. In accordance with applicable local law, we make reasonable accommodations for applicants™ and employees™ religious practices and beliefs, as well as any mental health or physical disability needs. Who We Are Who We Are JPMorgan Chase amp Co. (NYSE JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of 2.7 trillion and operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small business, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase amp Co. serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the worlds most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Information about JPMorgan Chase amp Co. is available at www.jpmorganchase.com. What it Means To Work Here What it Means To Work Here Here, youll feel welcomed and valued. Our clients, transactions, deals and projects are global so we work hard to create diverse, inclusive teams that support our business and each other. Learn about our culture here. Position Overview This position leads campus recruitment efforts for the J.P. Morgan Australia franchise covering all Infrastructure and Front Office positions across all lines of businesses that provides future leader talent for the firm. The firm recruits top talent from universities domestically to participate in the full time Analyst and Associate Program plus wintersummer internship programs which are considered a primary source for the full time program. The campus recruiter will be in charge of the end-to-end process of campus recruiting for program tracks in Australia, from managing stakeholder requirements, planning stage through to coordination of events, and recruiting to internship program management. Job Description Recruiting Strategy amp Execution Build and partner with senior business stakeholders and campus school teams to formulate effective recruiting strategy Formulate selling strategies for those candidates with offersDevelop and execute on campus diversity hiring for finance accounting programs or backgroundPartner internally with other areas of the firm and buildutilize external network to share and learn best practicesEngage with Program Management and business partners to understand needsdemand RelationshipResource Management Pre-screen candidates to recommend for additional interview roundsEnsure teams are consistent in interview structure and evaluation of candidatesMaintain relationships with candidates, which includes providing information on the firm, recruiting process, and helping to determine area of interest within the firm Seek out opportunities to build relationships with non-core schools and key organizationsBuild and maintain strong relationships with Program Management, hiring managers, and key stakeholders Ensure proper visibility of recruiting program with management, schools, and other key constituents Maintain strong relationships with both campus and lateral recruiting teams to leverage best practices. Winter and Summer Analyst Programs Plan and manage both the Winter and Summer Analyst Programs, including orientation days (with training) and continuing education through the summer. Provide support, mentorship and be point of escalation for interns during the course of the summerLead selection and evaluation process of interns to full time offers Measurement Measure recruiting success amp provide key metrics to management with a view of external market practi Position Overview Job Description Build and partner with senior business stakeholders and campus school teams to formulate effective recruiting strategy Formulate selling strategies for those candidates with offers Develop and execute on campus diversity hiring for finance accounting programs or background Partner internally with other areas of the firm and buildutilize external network to share and learn best practices Engage with Program Management and business partners to understand needsdemand Pre-screen candidates to recommend for additional interview rounds Ensure teams are consistent in interview structure and evaluation of candidates Maintain relationships with candidates, which includes providing information on the firm, recruiting process, and helping to determine area of interest within the firm Seek out opportunities to build relationships with non-core schools and key organizations Build and maintain strong relationships with Program Management, hiring managers, and key stakeholders Ensure proper visibility of recruiting program with management, schools, and other key constituents Maintain strong relationships with both campus and lateral recruiting teams to leverage best practices. Plan and manage both the Winter and Summer Analyst Programs, including orientation days (with training) and continuing education through the summer. Provide support, mentorship and be point of escalation for interns during the course of the summer Lead selection and evaluation process of interns to full time offers Measure recruiting success amp provide key metrics to management with a view of external market practi Qualifications Qualifications 4+ years™ experience recruiting OR relevant junior talent resource management such as learning and development or HR Business partnering Demonstrated Project Management experience with the capability to lead and manage projects Ability to assess candidate skills Knowledge of Investment Banking Corporate Finance is a plusStrong organizational and planning abilities ability to multi-task Strategic thinker with strong analytical skills Demonstrated ability to build internal and external relationships Excellent written and spoken communication skillsStrong public speaking and presentation skills willingcomfortable presenting to large groups of people. Enjoy significant interaction with college students Extremely flexible and adaptable to a fast paced work environmentHeavy travel required during peak on-campus seasons Demonstrated Project Management experience with the capability to lead and manage projects Ability to assess candidate skills Knowledge of Investment Banking Corporate Finance is a plus Strong organizational and planning abilities ability to multi-task Strategic thinker with strong analytical skills Demonstrated ability to build internal and external relationships Excellent written and spoken communication skills Strong public speaking and presentation skills willingcomfortable presenting to large groups of people. Enjoy significant interaction with college students Extremely flexible and adaptable to a fast paced work environment Heavy travel required during peak on-campus seasons We recognize that our people are our strength and the diverse talents they bring to our global workforce is directly linked to our success. We are an equal opportunity employer and place a high value on diversity and inclusion at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of any protected attribute, including race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital or veteran status, or disability, or any other basis protected under applicable local law. In accordance with applicable local law, we make reasonable accommodations for applicants™ and employees™ religious practices and beliefs, as well as any mental health or physical disability needs.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor

    6 Month Contract with the opportunity of extension 80,000 plus super Macquarie Park Provide support for HR systems and deliver day to day coaching and advice to employees and line managers on employee relations. Client Details Our client is a security and safety equipment company based in Macquarie Park who are in a transformation journey for HR, changing how they service internal customers and give proactive solutions. Description Provide day to day HR process and admin support Developing and maintaining documentation, policies and procedures Coordination of various HR programs including employee training and development and supporting talent and culture initiatives Collaborate with the HR team to develop effective recruitment strategies and future staffing needs Process complaints regarding employee issues and assist in any necessary investigations. Profile Bachelors degree in human resources or related fields 3 years plus experience Knowledge of federal and state employment law Experience with HRMSHRIS systems Advanced Excel skills Job Offer 80,000 plus super 6 month contract which is highly likely to be extended Flexible start and finish time Parking on site 0000064359-1158199871494033 6 Month Contract with the opportunity of extension 80,000 plus super Macquarie Park Provide support for HR systems and deliver day to day coaching and advice to employees and line managers on employee relations. Client Details Our client is a security and safety equipment company based in Macquarie Park who are in a transformation journey for HR, changing how they service internal customers and give proactive solutions. Description Provide day to day HR process and admin support Developing and maintaining documentation, policies and procedures Coordination of various HR programs including employee training and development and supporting talent and culture initiatives Collaborate with the HR team to develop effective recruitment strategies and future staffing needs Process complaints regarding employee issues and assist in any necessary investigations. Profile Bachelors degree in human resources or related fields 3 years plus experience Knowledge of federal and state employment law Experience with HRMSHRIS systems Advanced Excel skills Job Offer 80,000 plus super 6 month contract which is highly likely to be extended Flexible start and finish time Parking on site 0000064359-1158199871494033 6 Month Contract with the opportunity of extension 80,000 plus super Macquarie Park Provide support for HR systems and deliver day to day coaching and advice to employees and line managers on employee relations. Client Details Client Details Our client is a security and safety equipment company based in Macquarie Park who are in a transformation journey for HR, changing how they service internal customers and give proactive solutions. Description Description Provide day to day HR process and admin support Developing and maintaining documentation, policies and procedures Coordination of various HR programs including employee training and development and supporting talent and culture initiatives Collaborate with the HR team to develop effective recruitment strategies and future staffing needs Process complaints regarding employee issues and assist in any necessary investigations. Profile Profile Bachelors degree in human resources or related fields 3 years plus experience Knowledge of federal and state employment law Experience with HRMSHRIS systems Advanced Excel skills Job Offer Job Offer 80,000 plus super 6 month contract which is highly likely to be extended Flexible start and finish time Parking on site

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Graduate Consultant

    Looking to start your career in 2021, then you may be interested in a graduate consulting role with Nous Group. Nous Group is a leading Australian owned management consulting and leadership development firm, with offices and experienced consultants across the country. We exist to create innovative, enduring solutions for our clients and achieve positive influence. We consult across the public, private and not for profit sectors. Nous was recognised by clients as Best management consulting firm, Australia in the 2017 BRW Client Choice Awards, and Top 10 Best Place to Work Australia, Best Places to Work Awards 2019. We bring a unique, cross-disciplinary approach to the disciplines of business strategy, public policy, organisational capability, executive talent and development, and digital strategy and capability. As a graduate consultant you will have the opportunity to work across all of these service lines. You will play a key role in various multidisciplinary teams and get the opportunity to be involved in projects that use advanced data analytics techniques to better design policy, strategy and services to solve wicked problems re-design education innovation functions for a major university develop a strategy to respond to key health system challenges and reforms including the use of health analytics and technology? design a strategy for a major Australian bank to grow its overseas operations review care coordination for Indigenous Australians with chronic disease, using data analytics and drawing on consultations with service providers and indigenous clients develop an international operating model for a large diversified investor re-design a financial services providers people and culture functions using co-design techniques work with victims and perpetrators of family violence to create a service development plan for a contract centre To assist us in answering questions such as those above, graduate consultants at Nous are involved in the following activities Investigation “ research and analysis of information, interviewing clients and their stakeholders, and reviewing literature to identify key trends and draw out key insights. Presentation “ assistance in the development and presentation of correspondence, reports, presentations and articles, including statistical and graphical material. Implementation “ including assistance in the management of projects, assistance in the organisation of workshops, conferences and seminars. To succeed in a graduate consulting role at Nous you will need to be enthusiastic, curious and willing to learn intelligent and academically accomplished “ a distinction average or above is essential able to undertake structured analyses in a logical and efficient manner able to demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills well organised with the ability to manage multiple pieces of work in an organised manner comfortable working autonomously and in a self-managed way, using initiative to draw on the expertise of those around you be able to analyse and process quantitative data Want to find out more? Watch our graduate recruitment video Finally, the important details¦ We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Nous is a flexible workplace that offers consulting opportunities on a full-time and part-time basis. We seek people who demonstrate an ability to work effectively with individuals with diverse backgrounds. We are committed to diversity and inclusion. If you have experience working on complex problems and want to be part of a dynamic team that puts people at the centre of everything, then wed love to hear from you Please click Apply below. To apply for a role at Nous in Australia you must have Australian Permanent Residency or right to work in Australia. use advanced data analytics techniques to better design policy, strategy and services to solve wicked problems re-design education innovation functions for a major university develop a strategy to respond to key health system challenges and reforms including the use of health analytics and technology? design a strategy for a major Australian bank to grow its overseas operations review care coordination for Indigenous Australians with chronic disease, using data analytics and drawing on consultations with service providers and indigenous clients develop an international operating model for a large diversified investor re-design a financial services providers people and culture functions using co-design techniques work with victims and perpetrators of family violence to create a service development plan for a contract centre enthusiastic, curious and willing to learn intelligent and academically accomplished “ a distinction average or above is essential able to undertake structured analyses in a logical and efficient manner able to demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills well organised with the ability to manage multiple pieces of work in an organised manner comfortable working autonomously and in a self-managed way, using initiative to draw on the expertise of those around you be able to analyse and process quantitative data Want to find out more? Watch our graduate recruitment video

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


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