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  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner Fantastic team and company culture Rapidly growing, global organisation Flexible Working options About Fresenius Kabi Fresenius Kabi is a subsidiary of Fresenius, a global healthcare group with over 200,000 employees around the globe. Specialising in lifesaving medicines and technologies for infusion, transfusion and clinical nutrition, our products and services are used to help care for critically and chronically ill patients. With our corporate philosophy of caring for life, we are committed to putting essential medicines and technologies in the hands of people who help patients and finding the best answers to the challenges they face. About the role We are currently seeking a motivated and proactive HR Business Partner to join our team based in Mount Kuring-gai. Reporting to the HR Director, this role is a very busy, diverse and hands-on position requiring you to partner with line managers to provide guidance and support on all aspects of HR. In addition, this position will be responsible for the management of the outsourced monthly payroll, therefore end to end payroll experience is necessary. Key Accountabilities Processing the monthly payroll, including the reconciliation and reporting process Manage the Superannuation process including, but not limited to, creating new employees, terminating employees and processing monthly contributions Manage the recruitment process in consultation with relevant line managers by ensuring direct HR participation in all stages of recruitment and candidate™s selection Consult and support Line Managers on operational HR and industrial relations matters Investigate, mediate and resolve grievances and disputes Manage the Company™s HRIS What we are looking for Tertiary qualified in HR or similar discipline and a minimum of 3 years™ experience in a similar role A strong HR Generalist background with experiences in recruitment, remuneration and benefits and managing performance is highly desirable Understanding of employment lawlegislation, including interpretation of industrial awardsagreements and employment contract management End-to-end payroll experience is essential Exposure to Micropay Meridian is preferable Experience with Mercer job methodology is desirable Experience in either implementing andor maintaining a time and attendance system Previous experience working in a global organisation would be advantageous Exceptional interpersonal skills, including the ability to effectively work with people at all levels in a collaborative and positive manner We value our employees and as a reward for your commitment and effort, we will provide you with a competitive base salary and an incentive scheme applicable to your position within the Company. In addition to this, we also provide A culture focused around health and wellbeing Learning and development opportunities Yearly team celebrations Ability to purchase additional leave Flexible working options fka.erecruitmentfresenius-kabi.com

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Consultant - 6 Month Fixed Term Contract

    HR Consultant - 6 Month Fixed Term Contract As Australias largest Member organisation, The National Roads Motorists Association (NRMA) provides a range of services for our Members and the community. Be a part of the ongoing success of one of Australia™s most iconic organisations and feel the buzz of real job satisfaction as you work with talented professionals in a collaborative environment where people come first. The opportunity we present is as a HR Consultant, in our Car Servicing business, on a 6 month fixed term contract. The purpose of this role is to provide advice and support to managers at all levels on all aspects of human resources including case management, change management, performance management, , employee relations, talent management and succession planning, risk management and EEO. Responsibilities Provide proactive and timely advice to managers using technical skillsknowledge on a broad range of employmentlegislation, HR policies, programs and practices Act as HR contact for managers, assisting with key people activities ie HR Calendar activities Become directly involved in supporting managers with case management e.g. disciplinary, grievance and ill and injured matters, ensuring the prompt and equitable resolution of such issues Support the Car Serving Business with key change management activities and initiatives to deliver on the business plan Position Requirements Tertiary level qualifications (e.g. bachelor degree) in HR or similar business discipline Strong knowledge of industrial environment and employee relations in a blue collar environment Demonstrated experience as a consultant advisor on a range of HR management issues and change management Demonstrated experience in case management, grievance handling, managing performance management, ill and injured and discipline matters Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills Demonstrated ability to achieve results and contribute to the success of the business Desirable Experience within a commercial environment We are proudly diverse and are committed to fostering an inclusive culture where all people are valued, respected and able to contribute their talents to drive organisational performance. We encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People Officer

    People Officer Transport Service Grade 5 79,383 - 87,3523 + employer™s contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading X5 12 month Fixed Term Opportunities Available Chippendale Location Agency Overview At Transport for NSW (TfNSW), people are at the centre of everything we do - the driving force of our success. It™s a team that will affect the lives of millions of people every day, connecting the population of NSW and shaping the future of our cities, centres and regions. It™s an exciting journey and a great time to join our team as we transform NSW The Opportunity We have a unique opportunity for People Officers to join our dynamic People and Culture team. It™s a great opportunity to work closely with the People team to drive Evolving Transport people initiatives and put our people at the heart of everything we do. We are seeking interest from HR professionals who want to be part of something big and make a positive impact on Evolving Transport. In this pivotal role, you will work closely with People Teams teams to develop an understanding of their key organisational priorities and to effectively gain commitment to implement the Evolving Transport people initiatives and projects. For more information on this position, view the role description here. Your ability to bring others along the journey and be part of something big will make a positive impact We are looking for someone who has the ability to work collaboratively in a team and can influence others to achieve goals. Communication and proactive at building strong relationships and partnerships is a big part of this role. Essential Requirements you are recognised for the way you work, endeavouring to achieve common outcomes for the greater good, by working collaboratively with others, showing resilience and demonstrating the leadership behaviours that are valued by Transport Demonstrated experience in providing support services in Human Resources or related discipline Benefits At Transport our people have access to a range of benefits that help balance life at work and at home. These include flexible working arrangements, professional development opportunities, health and wellbeing programs and a program that helps you stay connected with work before, during and after parental leave. Salary packaging options (Superannuationcar lease options) Flexible hours between 7am “ 7pm Flex days flexible working arrangements Career development and progression Partnership with Fitness Passport for ongoing staff and their families to access more than 390 gyms and pools at a discounted rate Our Commitment to Diversity TfNSW are committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture across the Transport cluster, planning for and promoting diversity. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTQIA, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups. TfNSW recognises the benefits that such an approach brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of NSW. If you are looking for an environment in which you can contribute to creating a legacy of achievement that will last for generations, and enjoy a flexible and diverse working environment which values collaboration and personal development, then we™d like to meet you. How to Apply To apply for this position, please submit a resume and brief covering letter (cover letter no longer than two pages) which addresses a) the reason for your interest, and b) how your skills and experience suit the role For more information on how to apply for a role in the NSW Public Sector please click here or for more information on Transport for NSW please click on link provided. Should you have enquiries about the role, please contact Lyndsay Le Gassick Lyndsay.legassicktransport.nsw.gov.au 0434 675 521 and quote 0000783W. If you encounter technical issues please contact I Work for NSW Support Team on 1800 562 679 (Mon-Fri) or supportjobs.nsw.gov.au Applications close 1159pm, Friday 23rd August 2019 Temporary opportunities for ongoing staff - Please note, the release of staff is at the discretion of your Manager, taking into account the needs of the business, ability to backfill the staff member™s role and or impact of the staff member™s absence from the team. Staff are advised to discuss their intention to apply for a temporary opportunity with their manager prior to submitting their application.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Permanent full-time generalist role based in Orange as part of our fabulous People Culture team (side note from the recruitment team “ we are part of this team and can vouch for its fabulousness) Mentor, coach support your service team managers - influence encourage the business to build a positive people culture Join our for purpose organisation “ be part of making an impact in the lives of our customers Relocation assistance will be considered and negotiated LiveBetter are a regionally based Community Services provider operating across NSW QLD. Following the amalgamation of many organisations we are focusing on the consolidation of our capabilities to ensure that our operational teams are best equipped to provide quality services to the people we support in our communities. Supported by our People Culture team, this is where the HR Business Partner will play a key role “ providing support to our people, developing and supporting people strategies that enable our people to provide the best services to our customers possible. About the role Reporting directly to the Human Resources Manager, the role works closely with the relevant service teams to create and implement effective HR initiatives to aid workforce performance, culture and capability across our diverse and geographically dispersed organisation. Scope includes planning, resourcing, recruitment support, talent management, performance management, industrial matters, diversity, onboarding, wellbeing, remuneration and benefits. Some key responsibilities of the role being Being the single point of contact on HR matters and provide strategic and tactical human resources advice. Taking key accountability for human resource deliverables, working with the service team managers and leveraging internal and external resources, policies, processes and systems as appropriate. Assisting the service team to deliver on growth and change targets through active management of resourcing needs, performance management and capability development. Understanding the service team strategy, the current status and needs, and assisting them to develop their supporting people strategy. Ensuring the service team people strategy is in line with the broader LiveBetter people strategy. Sharing responsibility with the service team for the implementation of people related initiatives. About you We would love to hear from you if you are a Bachelor Qualified Human Resources professional with a minimum of 5 years experience working within the Human Resource field. You will have a passion for supporting people to be the best they can be and be a proven influencer who excels at developing relationships at a variety of levels. To be successful in this role, you will also have these key skills Strong analytical and numeracy skills with ability to analyse information and formulate effective pragmatic solutions to meet business requirements. Self-motivated and able to work independently on multiple activities, prioritise and adapt to changing conditions. Effective verbal and written communication skills. Pragmatic customer focused style with excellent judgement. Ability to work effectively in a team environment as well as independently, whilst enjoying a degree of responsibility in your position. Demonstrated ability to plan and lead difficult conversations and to negotiate. Some travel will be involved in the role, so a current drivers licence is a must. For detailed information about this role please refer to the position description on our website (SEEK candidates click apply and you will be directed to our website). You will also be required to undertake and pass a National Criminal History Check and pre-employment health wellness check including drug and alcohol screening Sounds great? What next? To convince us that you are the best person for the job, please provide a resume that clearly demonstrates how your skills, experience and qualifications meet the requirements for this role. As part of your application, can you also please provide a cover letter of maximum three pages that address the following two targeted questions Please provide an account of when you have partnered with a stakeholder as part of a business partnering relationship to guide them through a performance or industrial matter that concerned one of their staff. What did you find the main challenges of this process to be? Please describe a time when you were required to influence stakeholders with varying levels of HR understanding with the aim of provoking positive change in the workplace. During this process how did go about developing personal creditability? What was the outcome? What were the key factors that you would identify as to why the outcome was successfulunsuccessful? Closing date 11.59pm, Wednesday 21 August 2019 Enquiries Tegan Baker, Human Resources Manager - 0438 346 191 Orange¦. What can it offer me? Experience Orange, explore the best of country charm hospitality, stunning scenery, beautiful wineries delicious food. Orange offers the full spectrum for balanced lifestyle choices¦ It has everything you need including Easy commute No traffic¦. Lots of places to park your car Outstanding health medical facilities (not that we hope you will need these) 3.5 hours from Sydney CBD, 3 hours from Canberra Direct flights to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane from our airport Relaxed lifestyle with a real community feel Facilities Shopping “ Major retailers, gorgeous boutiques, cafes, farmers market, art gallery, library, museum, indoor aquatic centre, beautiful parks and public spaces...... too much to list Look here httpsbrandorange.com.auorange-nswvisit-the-orange-region-guide About LiveBetter LiveBetter Community Services are one of the largest regionally based providers of community services in Eastern Australia. We strive to enable the people of regional Australia to live their best lives. We know that our staff are our greatest asset and offer Investment in staff training development with opportunities for diverse career paths A flexible family friendly workplace The opportunity to take advantage of great salary packaging benefits For further info about us and to see for yourself the great things that we do, you can visit httpswww.linkedin.comcompanylivebettercommunityservices httpswww.facebook.comLiveBetterAustralia httpslivebetter.org.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • 5 x Talent Advisors, Parramatta, NSW (until 30 June 2020)

    Welcome to Aruma We might have a new name, but we™re not the new kids on the block.¯You once knew us as House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation “ two great organisations, with over 100 years of combined experience, who came together in 2018. Yes, we™re a disability service provider, but we™re also so much more. We™re the trusted partner of over 5000 people with a disability throughout the east coast of Australia. Aruma is leading the new age, the new world of disability support “ the NDIS world. Aruma puts our customers first. And to do this we need you - staff who are brave, bold, and who dare to think differently. So, if you want to stand out and have a fulfilling career, then join us today Our values and how we need to behave to deliver them Due to significant growth we are seeking an inspiring team of 5 innovative Talent Advisors be based at our Parramatta office. Reporting to the Talent Acquisition Manager, you will be responsible for implementing innovative, timely and effective talent acquisition strategies for high quality talent in frontline, managerial and specialised roles with diverse talent pipelines. You will provide coaching and support to managers and partner with HR teams in forecasting talent needs and promoting careers at Aruma. You will support operational teams in identifying their talent needs and delivering proactive solutions to attract a diverse and sustainable talent community What success looks like¦ An improved quality of hire for all roles Increased brand awareness through a clear employee value proposition (EVP) A lower turnover rate organisation wide A reduced hiring time A reduced cost of hire An increased referral rate of internal employees Clearly identifiable and active talent pipelines Clear and meaningful talent metrics which enable accurate forecasting of workforce needs Optimal candidate and employee experience (EX) when applying for roles at Aruma and participating in the recruitment process A day in the life of a Talent Advisor¦ Working with the Talent Researcher to identify and engage with talent Candidate pre-screening by phone, Skype, internet Coordination of candidate interviews with Hiring Managers and panelists Coaching hiring managers in acquisition approaches, systems and processes, including conducting interviews Attending interviews where possible Providing advice to hiring managers on legislative requirements associated with all aspects of talent acquisition Creating talent pools for key roles and keeping candidates œwarm Tailoring acquisition strategies to support local and regional needs Overseeing all stages of the talent acquisition process to ensure a high level of candidate care Leading specialised recruitment campaigns Skills and Experience which will make you stand out Must have An inquisitive mind to identify the best solutions for business talent needs Ability to identify and engage with talent through innovative sourcing techniques using different thinking and an understanding of market trends Flexibility and agility as we establish and continue to evolve our Talent team A desire to learn and grow, seeking out best practices in market and sharing with colleagues to deliver continuous improvement initiatives that will deliver an exceptional experience Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a range of stakeholders at all levels High level interpersonal communication skills relationship management Nice to have Previous experience with innovative sourcing techniques 3-5 years end to end recruitment experience gained in-house or in an agency environment, successfully recruiting a diverse range of roles frontline to management Tertiary level qualifications in Human Resources, Business, Psychology or a related discipline Previous experience recruiting in a community services environment. Talent Advisor Success Profile Be part of this dedicated, collaborative team and make a difference We offer the benefits of flexibility, a competitive salary, the option of salary packaging of up to 15,990. For a confidential discussion regarding the role please contact Leanne Sharp, Talent Acquisition Manager on 0419 621 720 or send your CV through now. Close Date 23082019 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Capability Advisor (TPE010)

    People Capability Advisor (TPE010) About Thorn Thorn is one of Australias leading financial service providers, offering a broad range of financial solutions to meet a growing demand from niche consumer and commercial markets. Thorn Group comprises of Radio Rentals which has 90 stores nationally and Thorn Business Finance. Thorn is experiencing a period of exciting change. With a passionate CEO, the focus is on our customers, our people, our improvement and growth. About The Role This is an opportunity to work in a supportive HR team in an organisation where people remember your name, and you can directly influence outcomes for your stakeholders. The HR team works collaboratively and everyone ˜pitches in™ to get the job done. You will support the business by providing high level advice, guidance and support in a range of HR areas including workplace relations, workplace performance, code of conduct and work health and safety along with having a strong focus on recruitment and hiring the right people, Key Responsibilities Acting as a first point of call for all employee enquiries Maintain knowledge of current employment legislation Recruitment and selection processes Facilitate induction and onboarding process for new staff Support and assist managers in undertaking and implementing HR processes Training and competency programs Policy and award interpretation Performance development review and 90 day plan process Administer letters of offer and employment status changes, and maintain accurate personnel records and files. About You As the successful applicant you will need to be service oriented and have a flexible approach to the changing demands of our various operating areas. You will also have Experience within a related human resource position Qualification in Human Resources or a related discipline, Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail, Excellent written and verbal communication, Ability to work independently. In return for your skills and expertise you will be rewarded with an attractive salary package which will be reflective of your qualifications and experience. This is a critical role for the business and flexibility and agility is key. The need to demonstrate a sense of urgency and be commercially focused will be required to support a culture that is passionate, dynamic and fast moving. Our Culture At Thorn Group, we are only as strong as the people we hire. We thrive on working with our people to support and grow them. As a collaborative team, we work to create and lead a supportive and friendly environment for us all to enjoy. Our workforce is flexible, inclusive and diverse. How to apply Does this sound like you? Please apply now using the ˜Apply Now™ button. Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Consultant (with a little bit of Talent Acquisition!)

    Summary of Responsibilities This role is responsible for the fundamental administrative processes which support the People Culture function, including Providing assistance and guidance to the business using intermediate level technical knowledge, on a broad range of HR policies, programs and projectsinitiatives Employee record production and maintenance Recruitment support Providing the business with operational people support and advice. Principal Responsibilities Responsible for HR administration to support the People Culture team, including Co-ordinating the employee end-to-end life cycle including on-boarding, orientation, employee experience and off-boarding processes, including conducting exit interviews. Creating and maintaining employee records personnel files Talent Acquisition coordination and administration Generating employment contracts, new employee paperwork and confidential letters such as salary letters, disciplinary, maternity leave etc Providing key oversight, data input and management of HRIS requirements and other related HR systems regionally and globally. Updating data required in maintaining reports relating to headcount, recruitment and other people reports, including the production of organisational charts and external salary surveys. Implementing new policies, maintaining and updating the People and Culture policies and procedures manual and providing interpretations and counsel to the business, escalating where necessary Maintenance of PC Intranet pages Co-ordination of reward and recognition program i.e. Woo awards and other PC programs of work e.g. Talent programs, LD programs. Supporting the Talent Acquisition Manager in recruitment activities i.e. establishing job descriptions and writing job adverts, phone-screening shortlisting candidates, co-ordinating interviews, reference checking etc. Providing administrative assistance with quarterly MetLife Performance Development Program (PDP) and annual compensation review. Maintaining the filing system for employee files. Working directly with members of the People Culture team to execute and implement HR projects consistent with the HR Strategy KnowledgeSkillsCompetencies Required Knowledge of Human Resources organisational practices and legislation Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written Excellent organisational and time management skills Excellent PC skills Attention to detail Process driven with a focus on continuous improvement Willingness to learn and adaptability Proactive approach with ability to show initiative and work independently Strong service orientation Ability to multitask Numeric with good excel spreadsheet skills QualificationExperience Required 2-3 years™ experience in a similarly broad Human Resources Coordinator Officer role, preferably within Financial or Professional Services Completed a Human Resources, Psychology or Business related tertiary qualification Past experience with a Human Resource Information System Key Business Relationships People Culture team members MetLife Regional HR Team People Leaders MetLife employees Recruitment Agencies Ad hoc People and Culture external suppliers and vendors Whats in it for you? Great central location Fantastic employee benefits including - flexible work arrangements, health wellbeing allowance, access to corporate discounts through Perks at Work, additional purchased annual leave, super matching and free weekly fresh fruit. Access to ongoing professional development, including study support and career progression within a leading global organisation. To apply, please send your resume to aupeopleculturemetlife.com Applications close Wednesday 21st August 2019 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Business Partner - People & Culture

    Human Resources Business Partner - People Culture This is an exciting role with a direct reporting structure to the General Manager and CEO. The role is very generalist and covers a wide range of support to the national HR team. Must have FMCG Retail experience Must have been involved in recruitment process 3-5 years as a business partner - People Culture Client Details My client is a leading multi-national FMCG that is looking for someone with proven experience in this area. Description The key responsibilities of the Business Partner - People Culture will be Provide generalist HR support, acting as the first contact point for all HR related matters Provide HR support across the employment life-cycle - and all aspects of the recruitment process Preparation of PDs, advertisements, and assistance to line supervisorsmanagers with the recruitment and selection process Review candidate applications, conduct interviews and prepare short list recommendations for line managers Maintain an accurate HR information system Provide clear, accurate and timely advice to supervisorsmanagers on industrial instruments, employment related legislation and the applicationinterpretation of company policies and procedures Assistance to all line managers in all performance related matters Be an active part of the HR team promoting participation in HR initiatives and project Profile My client is looking for someone that ticks the following boxes 3-5 years proven experience as a generalistbusiness partner People and Culture Qualifications relating to Human Resources, Psychology or a related discipline Thorough understanding of Australian Employment Legislation and previous experience in interpreting modern awards and Enterprise Agreement™s Demonstrated experience in all aspects of the recruitment life-cycle Present as a friendly and approachable team player, be resilient and a dynamic self-starter Exceptional communication skills (written and verbal) Excellent computer skills, particularly in MS Word and Excel, experience in WorkDay would be an advantage Job Offer This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to join a well known FMCG based in Sydney CBD. This role is likely to last for 2-3 months but as it is a fast moving organisation other opportunities could arise. The role is looking to pay 55ph - 60ph + super. Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Officer & Administrator

    ACY Securities Pty Ltd ACY Securities, we are a financial services firm that focuses on technology and financial services education. As the HR Administrator you will be responsible for overseeing recruitment, interview and general HR needs. Description Reporting to company Directors and working closely with different department heads and team leader for all recruitment needs. You will be required to provide HR administrative support in various teams, focusing on employee relations, training and performance development, as well as any administrative duties to support these key functions. Your responsibilities will include Recruitment of various roles including but not limited to Operations and IT Development Maintain HR systems and folders including data entry and processing Manage on-boarding, internal changes off-boarding, allowances, sales bonus letters, and general personnel management Work with Team Leads to do performance reviews Generate all Contracts of employment and internal employee letters Provide general advice to personnel issues General Office Duties and Management Internal External activity management The following skills knowledge experience is required A diverse generalist and administrative role, your experience in recruitment in a different field is vitally important and your attention to detail and a solid understanding of best practice HR to help deliver professional results. You will be attributed to the following skills Minimum 3-5 years™ experience in HR or related administrative role preferably in an IT Development Environment High attention to detail, especially when working at a fast pace Experience in a high volume, admin-based role preferably in a professional environment. Experience working with a variety of stakeholders and liaising with internal and external recruiters Ability to use a range of software packages, including MS Office suite, Xero, MYOB Ability to work independently and use initiative as well as form part of a dynamic and effective team. If you think you have the above skills and experiences, please send your Cover Letter and Resume to hracy.com to address above selection criteria and demonstrate your suitability for the position. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Whats your highest level of education?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR/Employee Relations Specialist

    HREmployee Relations Specialist Aristocrat has a 6 months full time fixed term opportunity within our HRER Team for an experienced HRER Professional based in North Ryde, Sydney. As our HR Employee Relations Specialist, you will be responsible for partnering with the HR Business Partners and respective people managers for seamless resolution of employee relation issues and the HR team. What youll do Partner HR business partners their respective people managers ANZ Asia Pac in the seamless resolution of employee relations including grievances, performance management poor conduct cases. Seek to resolve disputes swiftly thoroughly deploying mediation reconciliation meetings with key stakeholders where required. Advise assist and counsel people managers in all aspects of employee relations, industrial relations, industrial instruments an employment law. Partner with OHS business partner on workers compensation related performance, conduct or grievance matters. Partner closely with our internal Legal team external Legal Counsel on escalations or FW claims. Co-ordinate with external counsel on round table case law facilitation of best practice sessions. Counsel employees that have channelled or escalated their concerns to HR business partners. Acts as a liaison between department managers and union representatives. Review and gap analysis of letter templates, employment agreements and policies related to ER and IR policies and procedures. Develop a best practice library. Formulate manage a resource circle of internal Leaders with the skills to undertake impartial end to end investigations where when necessary. Leverage external best practice benchmarks in the management of employee relations cases. Bring innovation fresh ideas in pursuit of our approach to case management. Upskilling people managers with fundamental principles of performance management dispute resolution. Data management metrics analysis on case management completion. What were looking for Relevant tertiary qualifications. 8+ years™ experience in a HR role. Highly organised. Good communication skills (verbal and written). Understanding of HR policies and procedures. Understanding FWA and EEO legislation and processes. 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

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Partner

    HR Partner The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is a dynamic and innovative university located in central Sydney, in the heart of the citys creative precinct. UTS has built a strong reputation for innovation, creativity and technology and our 2027 Strategic Plan outlines our vision to be a leading public university of technology. At UTS, people are integral to achieving our vision to be a leading public university of technology recognised for our global impact. People who are passionate about knowledge, learning, discovery and creativity-and engaging with national and international research and professional communities. As an organisation committed to social justice, excellence and impact, we hold fast to serving our communities and delivering value to our stakeholders. We are looking for a HR Partner, covering a period of maternity leave, to support people leaders as they implement strategies to attract, engage, retain and develop talented academics and professional staff who will deliver on our UTS strategic priorities. HRUs vision is to be at the core of UTSs success where people and culture are at the heart of what we do via a tiered Service Delivery Model. Partnering is an underlying philosophy to HR, and central to how we provide client service and support. In this role, you will work collaboratively with other HR generalists and specialists within the HR Unit whilst partnering with a dedicated portfolio of clients this will involve influencing, negotiating and exercising diplomacy with senior executives and managers across the university. You will join a cohesive and collaborative HR Partnership team and work within a broader HR Unit comprised of supportive and knowledgeable specialists. We are seeking a candidate with a consultative approach who, through their prior experience, is able to advise on a broad range of HR matters and build strong relationships with senior stakeholders within a defined portfolio. You will support senior clients in achieving their people planning and people management objectives through the use of HR enabling strategies and will proactively partner with clients and HR specialists to proactively case manage complex people related workplace relations matters. What can UTS offer you? A career in HR at UTS means joining a team of dedicated HR professionals that are inclusive, supportive, collaborative and outcome focused. We believe in work-life balance, which is why we support, offer and endorse working flexibly. With generous leave benefits, 17 superannuation in addition to base salary, a full time 35 hour working week and salary packaging opportunities were committed to ensuring our people feel valued. Our Ultimo campus is conveniently located within walking distance from Central Station and bus services. Inclusive of a gym, onsite medical, health and childcare facilities were dedicated to the health and wellbeing of our people. HR at UTS is focused on fostering career development and we offer a range of professional development tools, networks and programs to empower and support our people throughout their career journey. This position is full time and the appointment will be made on a fixed term basis for 1 year. Base Salary Range 100,317 to 122,610 pa (HEW 89) For more information on the application process, including the selection criteria which we require a response to and for details on how to submit your application, click on the apply link to be taken to the UTS website. Specific enquiries may be directed to Dominic via (02) 9514 7416. Please quote IRC140643. Please note, there is no official closing date for this role. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. All interested parties are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, as this role will be removed without notice. Applicants must have current and valid work rights in Australia. At UTS, the concepts of equity and social justice are key to our core and purpose - we are recognised widely as supporting inclusivity and valuing diversity through our Wingara Indigenous Employment Strategy, Social Impact Framework and UTS Access and Inclusion Plan. Cited as a WGEA Employer of Choice since the inception of the award, we are now among the first Australian institutions to receive the Athena SWAN Bronze Accreditation for our commitment to action addressing gender equity in the STEMM disciplines. We welcome applications from women, Indigenous Australians, people with disability, those who identify as LGBTIQ and applicants from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources and Safety Manager

    Human Resources and Safety Manager A newly created position as a Human Resources and Safety Manager is now available at our Andrews Meat Industries facility in Lidcombe, New South Wales. This role will be required to deliver high-quality HR support and advice, consistent with JBS Australia business objectives as well as our mission and values. The HR and Safety Manager will ensure development, implementation and maintenance of all HR Functions across the company. Role Responsibilities Ensure organisational compliance with HR and WHS laws and company policies. Attract and retain talent by driving effective recruitment and selection programs, ensuring employees are appropriately and effectively inducted. Manage external advertising, oversee the Recruitment function and complete all necessary approval paperwork as required. Assist managers supervisors on site and offer support and advice on HRIR issues using relevant Agreements, Policies and Legislation to execute strategies to reduce risk and cost in respect to complex Employee Relations issues, performance management and disciplinary processes and dismissals. Assist in the Performance Assessment review annually. Implement programs that reward and recognise team members and drive performance, engagement and retention, and assist with the completion of the Performance Assessment review annually. Update the HR database and training database as required. Consolidate and check all timesheets sent through for weekly and monthly pays (as required) and assist to resolve any payroll issues. Oversee the Workers Compensation and return to work procedures across the company. Oversee the WHS function - manage WHS issues and execute strategies on how to reduce injuries. Respond to audits as required and implement any improvements highlighted on site or as directed by head office. Implement and process termination, resignation and exiting paperwork and procedures. Conduct staff investigations when required. Ensure compliance with all relevant regulations, legislation, the JBS Safety Management System and the JBS Training Manual Proactively manage the Work Health and Safety Policies and Procedures for the site, including the frequent monitoring of the production floor. SkillsCompetencies Strong IRHR background with demonstrated experience in the Fair Work Act Ideally Tertiary Qualified in Human Resources Management or similar Manufacturing or Agriculture industry experience preferred but not essential Able to work under pressure and respond calmly in difficult situations maintaining a strong customer service focus The ability to prioritise tasks and be able to manage several projects and tasks simultaneously Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and within a team environment Effective influencing skills working with managers and supervisors Demonstrated achievement in developing and maintaining systems and procedures to support HR processes Must be energetic, passionate and enthusiastic with a demonstrated focus on system improvement. Demonstrated ability to effectively influence key stakeholders internally and externally on WHS and Training related topics. A certificate IV in WHS, either working towards, or completed Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and within a team environment Are you interested in this position? Please apply through our Careers Page httpjbssa.com.aujobs The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Recruitment / Resource Management - Melbourne / Sydney

    Recruitment Resource Management - Melbourne Sydney Job Description A wholly owned DXC company, DXC Red Rock is the largest independent provider of Oracle consulting and managed services in Australia and New Zealand. Established in 1998, Red Rock provides a complete service continuum around the Oracle stack and employs over 650 Oracle professionals across Australia and New Zealand. Seeking for a Resource Acquisition Consultant to join our practice in our Melbourne Sydney office. Key Responsibilities Develop and maintain efficient relationships with all hiring managers and administer all contractor recruitment activities for various projects. Co-ordination with DXC Recruitment team for Consulting team permanent employees Provide assistance to all hiring managers and Consulting Managers in the full life cycle of an engaged contractors. Provide subject matter expertise in all DXC staffing policies and processes Maintain knowledge base of known candidate pools of contractors that work across the Red Rock Solution footprint Develop and maintain efficient relationships with Talent agencies. Co-ordinate the DXC RRB process across Red Rock Trust, Transform Thrive with a company whose mission is to leading clients on their digital transformation journeys, DXC Technology will be recognized globally as a force multiplier, enabling clients to seize the opportunities presented by today™s rapidly changing technologies 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 resume. To apply, please press the apply now button. For any further information on DXC please visit our website at dxc.technology

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Director, Australia and New Zealand

    Did you know KONE moves over one billion people every day? In 2017, we had annual net sales of EUR 8.9 billion. We employ over 55,000 driven professionals in over 60 countries worldwide joined together by a shared vision. As a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, it is our mission to improve the flow of urban life. We believe in improving performance through inspiring, engaging and developing our people. Personal growth is strongly supported and there are significant opportunities for career development. Joining us means you will be part of a global network of people, working in a culture that fosters innovation and empowers you to make a difference. Why this role? KONE are looking to appoint a HR Director who will provide leadership across our Australia and New Zealand business. This position will be based at our Sydney Head office, located in Mascot. As HR Director you will drive and support the achievement of KONE™s business objectives and contribute by ensuring KONE attracts, manages, develops and retains employees. You will be responsible for the strategic planning of the HR function ensuring our leaders are both successful and inspiring. What will you be doing? Successfully develop, evaluate, implement and maintain global HR policies Create an engaged workforce who strive to achieve KONE™s business, quality, safety and environment objectives Liaise with the business to develop and implement HR strategies across ANZ Evaluate the workforce demands and in turn maintain control of fixed costs Provide guidance and leadership to the HR team Ensure as an organisation we comply with all applicable regulations, laws and employment standards Build strong connections with global counterparts and share best practices Develop annual HR strategy budgets Are you the one? Bachelor degree in a relevant field or equivalent experience Demonstrated Human Resource experience in a multinationalglobal company, highly desirable Proven track record in a multi-functional capacity as HR director Project management and change management experience Previous experience working in a matrix driven organisation, ideal Strong Industrial and workplace relations knowledge Exceptional organisation and communication skills High level of emotional intelligence What do we offer? Career progression opportunities within a global organisation Total reward elements that engage and motivate our employees and help us make KONE a great place to work Comprehensive learning and development programs covering a wide range of professional skills LI-RK1

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Graduate HR Advisor

    Graduate HR Advisor Ideal way to begin your HR career Get hands on HRIR experience within a supportive environment Convenient location - right next to Chatswood train station As a member of the HR Helpdesk team, the Graduate HR Advisor will be responsible for · Providing timely, consistent and high-quality advice across the entire HR life cycle to clientsmembers in a wide range of organisations and industries. · Assisting in the development of written HRIR articles to be published in client magazines and delivering presentations to members of client associations, which may include interstate travel. · Development of online resources. · Assisting in the constant development of new and agile customer service techniques to ensure the best possible experience for clientsmembers. · Determining which (more complex) enquiries require escalation to more senior members of the team. · Keeping up-to-date by attending monthly training sessions (among other CPD events) with one of Australia™s leading employment law firms. The successful applicant will possess - A tertiary qualification in HR, IR or similar. - Understanding of compliance and entitlements under the Australian workplace legislative framework. - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to influence others and build rapport as part of a team and in delivery of customer service. - Ability to analyse and resolve workplace issues. - Strong organisational, time management and problem-solving skills. - Some experience in a customer-service focused role would be well regarded. - Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. This position is the perfect entrance into the human resources field. With constant on the job training and new development opportunities around every corner, the Graduate HR Advisor position at Wentworth Advantage gives you the best possible start to your career in HR. As a bonus, you™ll also be the recipient of additional perks including birthday leave and subsidised gym membership. If this sounds like the role for you, then apply today For more information about the role or the organisation, contact Jack Byrnes or Joseph McHardy on 02 8448 3200 or visit httpsmyadvantage.com.au. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. You must hold Australian work rights to apply for this position. Recruitment agency applications will not be accepted for this position.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner Growing and evolving company with endless opportunities Career defining role High performing team culture An exciting opportunity has become available for a HR Business Partner to join our rapidly expanding and innovative organisation. We are looking for an experienced HR Business Partner to work closely with the Head of People and Advancement in planning and aligning the people strategy with the business strategy. We pride ourselves on being a digital first, data driven people business. Claim Central is an international industry leader across Claims Management Services, Insurance Technology and Data Analytics. With our award winning technology ClaimLogik providing complete transparency in the claims process, significantly reducing the claim life cycle and improving the customer experience. Claim Central was ranked 8th Most Innovative Company in Australia in 2016 by the Australian Financial Review. Whats in it for you? Collaborative environment An inclusive team that embraces diversity Option to work flexible hours Career growth and development Your responsibilities include Develop and execute HR Strategies and activities Provide support to Head of People and Advancement and management team HR reporting and metrics Workforce planning and end to end recruitment Employee Relations and a good working knowledge of the NES Building rapport with internal external stakeholders Ideal candidates will have the following attributes At least 3+ years as Senior HR Advisor HR Business Partner Tertiary qualifications in HR Previous experience in global HR strategies Prior experience in insurance is preferred Innovative and hard working Strong verbal and written communication skills. Self-motivated and a team player Results driven Excellent customer service and problem solving skills Efficient time management skills Attention to detail If you like the idea of being a part of revolutionary international company that individual career growth, then Apply Now Parramatta 2150 NSW

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

    Join this Fortune 500 client for a year long fixed term contract, become part of a globally recognised brand for an initial 6 month contract with a 12 month extension thereafter. We™re looking for an experienced HR professional to join our team for a six-month contract in either a fulltime or part-time capacity. In a full-time basis, this role is a five-days a week commitment for six months In a part-time basis, this role could be structured as a 30-hour week, with flexibility on days In either capacity, there is flexibility to work from home at least one day per week The role would be leading a variety of cases requiring HR expertise, predominantly in Employee Relations and Employee Experience work. The role requires a HR professional who is passionate about building the capability of our people manager community to lead their teams and enhance their impact. Therefore, we are seeking a team member who is a confident coach, with prior experience in supporting executive level leaders across a complex corporate structure in multiple locations. Additionally, the role will partner with colleagues in delivering some HR program deliverables and processes or policy development. With that in mind, the ideal candidate would be a confident and coach-centric communicator, with deep understanding of the relevant legal processes associated with Employee Relations in Australia. Key Accountabilities Partner with leaders and other key stakeholders to resolve individual employee issues. Independently manage a variety of Employee Relations cases, following a consistent standard internal process and ensuring legal accountabilities, while providing manager and employee guidance in a manner that reflects a culture of dignity, clarity and support Independently provide manager, and sometimes teams of managers, coaching on process, style and learnings as they develop their skills in performance management Collaborate with the broader HR team and leaders across Australia to successfully execute our key people priorities and core processes. This may involve work relating to manager capability, talent, or benefits advocacy, especially with regards to employee experiences Provide HR consulting skills on key HR operations and processes which are managed outside of Microsoft™s HR Operations Shared Service team including hiring transfers and performance management Analyse and report on data connected to key HR processes and employee experiences Skills and Qualifications To be successful in this role you should have at least 8 years™ experience as an HR professional, including experience in partnering and coaching managers on how to bring out the best in their team. You should have a solid track record of managing and resolving individual ER cases and demonstrated experience in implementing and facilitating capability initiatives that enhance the employee experience. You are passionate about HR having direct impact on business results and you will be able to demonstrate the following attributes Curiosity to understand our business and question the seemingly obvious Proven coaching, consulting and facilitation skills Strong communication, collaboration, relationship management and influencing skills Project management and Program Management skills “ demonstrable experience in planning and implementing end-to-end processes Experience of a multi-national, matrix reporting environment would be an advantage Strong knowledge of Australian employment legislation Demonstrable experience in analyzing business issues and providing scalable HR solutions that address align to broader business requirements. Ability to manipulate and analyze HR data and drive solutions or recommendations based on data insights Ability to deal with ambiguity, and achieve results in a fast-paced, heavily distributed team environment Education and Experience Education Level Required BSBA degree required in relevant field Years of Experience Required 8+ years of relevant work experience. You would be joining a friendly, hardworking team of like-minded HR professionals who are passionate about employee experience and leadership. We are creative thinkers who enjoy an extremely engaged partnership with the Senior Leadership Team on strategic business priorities. Our team culture is open and flexible. Apply now for an Immediate Interview

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Coordinator

    People Culture Coordinator About Us RSM is the 6th largest network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms, encompassing over 120 countries, 800 offices and more than 43,000 people internationally. We have 30 offices throughout Australia and offer personalised services with in-depth expertise and resources in the accountancy, business consulting and risk management areas. The Opportunity We have a great opportunity for a motivated and energetic People Culture Coordinator, with at least 12 months experience, to join a collaborative National People Culture (PC) team. Based in the heart of Sydneys CBD, this role will see you provide and deliver on a wide variety of Human Resources (HR) generalist activities and HR support to the senior PC team members, as well as the national PC team. Key responsibilities of the role include and not limited to Assist with end to end recruitment processes Manage Graduate and Vacation recruitment processes and campaigns Provide support to senior PC team members and assist them with operational matters Support the PC team with the administration of HR related enquires Employment contract management and preparation HR systems updating and support Maintain HR process manual Maintain and update PC intranet pages Generate reports from relevant HR and payroll systems Manage and assist with HR projects and Support WHS requirements. The Successful Applicant To be considered for this position, you will ideally have some experience working in a HR Coordinator capacity, as well as the following Relevant tertiary qualification - HR Up to 12 months relevant experience in a similar role assisting in recruitment activities and contributing to a busy HR team Previous experience in a professional or corporate environment preferred Demonstrated experience in recruitment and induction Strong interpersonal skills with a client focus Strong attention to detail Ethics, integrity and privacy Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and independently and Understanding of professional services and a multi stakeholder environment. Whats on Offer? Work alongside a friendly and dynamic national PC team culture Supported by a flexible working environment and Opportunity for ongoing professional development and mentoring from Senior PC team. To apply please click on the Apply button below and complete our online application form.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Coordinator

    The Role Reporting to the People Culture Manager, the role of the People Culture Coordinator is to assist TTC attract and acquire talent whilst also supporting the People and Culture Administration function. Key accountabilities include Recruitment of staff into all brands in a variety of role types, supporting the People and Culture team as required, administering employment contracts, terms and conditions changes and processing other administrative requests. Whilst this role predominately supports the Talent Acquisition goals of TTC, there is also scope for the right person to get involved in various People Culture Initiatives and activities. In short, we are looking for the next big thing in People, Culture Talent Acquisition The Candidate Not only will the ideal candidate be energetic, passionate and keen to make a difference, but they will also have previous experience working in high volume recruitment environment. Your strong ability to coach and influence leaders is the skills that will set you apart from other applicants. Not only will you be knowledgeable about, but you also get excited at the thought of the Fair Work Act and staying up to date with Australian employment law. Australian residents citizens only. The Company The Travel Corporation, a leading travel company compromising of well-known travel brands such as Contiki, AAT Kings, Trafalgar, Busabout, Adventure World, Uniworld Cruising and Insight Vacations. The Travel Corporation is represented by over 40 sales offices and 10,000 team members globally, whilst serving over 2 million customers annually across more than 70 countries. If you™re ready to kick off your career in one of the most exciting companies going around, APPLY NOW The Travel Corporation is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We not only encourage and support diversity in the workplace, we celebrate it If you feel you have the skills and experience to thrive in a supportive and inclusive environment, we want to hear from you

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Advisor - NSW & QLD

    San Miguel Yamamura Australasia (SMYA) is an established leader in packaging and contract wine filling in Australia and New Zealand. We started as Cospak Pty Ltd over 40 years ago and today the company is a joint venture between two packaging leaders, San Miguel Corporation of the Philippines and Nihon Yamamura Glass of Japan. SMYA is headquartered in Sydney and is present in all the major states across Australia and in Auckland, New Zealand. SMYA, a collective packaging specialist is composed of the synergies between Cospak Group (total packaging solutions) Vinocor (wine cork group) Portavin Integrated Wine Services (wine services) Barossa Bottling Services (contract wine bottling packaging) Best Bottlers (contract wine bottling, packaging distribution) and JMP Holdings (retail packaging solutions) Due to continued growth nationally, we are actively seeking an experienced Human Resources Advisor to be based at our Corporate Head Office in Minto (South Western Sydney). Reporting to the Group Human Resources Manager, your key responsibilities will include Providing recruitment and resource management to the NSW QLD based sites (end to end) Be involved in all aspects of the employee recruitment lifecycle (advertising, shortlisting, interviewing, reference checks, etc) Supporting employees and managers in addressing workplace relations issues and requests for support Producing and maintaining appropriate policies and employee contracts Providing direct end-to-end specialist support on employee relations and performance management matters Supporting employee engagement and culture through the provision of specialist employment relations advice to employees and management Support training and development initiatives across all levels of the business units Oversee onsite WHS matters including RTW coordination and management Generalist HR activities as directed. Experience Attributes Required Minimum three (3) years commercial experience in a multi-site environment Relevant qualification in Human Resources (or a related field), andor equivalent experience Good HR generalist knowledge with experience in industrial relations practices and processes Demonstrated ability to interpret, advise on and apply the relevant industrial instruments in the workplace Experience in advising and leading cultural change programs Good understanding of WHS process, including RTW The ability to act quickly in a fast-paced and dynamic environments Demonstrated ability to provide pro-active advice and support to the managers within the business, particularly on performance matters Demonstrated ability to use initiative and judgment in resolving problems High level communication skills, with the ability to negotiate with and influence key stakeholders Excellent written skills with strong attention to detail - e.g. policy development, documents for external jurisdictions contract preparation and performance management documentation. Proficient in Microsoft Office. Awaiting the successful candidate is a rare opportunity to join a rapidly expanding and marketing leading Australasian business, and will be rewarded with a competitive salary package and genuine career development and progression opportunities, both locally and internationally. If you think you fit the above profile, email your CV through the link below to register your interest today. APPLY NOW¦ The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources & Payroll Officer

    Human Resources Payroll Officer About Us... Recognised as one of Australias largest and most innovative produce suppliers, our farms and growers across Australia and the world provide our domestic and international customers with quality produce. The business now comprises of growing, importing, exporting, wholesale, pre-packing, ripening, logistics and marketing of produce in Australia and the world. We employ hundreds of people each year and distribute more than 40 produce varieties to locations across the world. We thrive on promoting a passionate work culture and reward employees with development opportunities and competitive remuneration. About the Role... Based at our Head Office in Flemington Sydney Markets, the Human Resources team support our 10 locations on all human resources, payroll and work health and safety matters. Due to continued growth of the organisation we have the opportunity for a new member to join our team as as a Human Resources Payroll Officer. Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, you will work with the Senior Payroll Officer to Set up and administer new employees Process the weekly payrolls, including data entry, checking and processing of information Process superannuation and payroll tax In addition, you will work with the Human Resources team to assist with a range of HR administration activities including Review and record visa compliance Manage our various compliance registers, such as licences, training and document control Coordinating training activities Processing employee exits, including liaising with the departments, IT and finance Conducting employee inductions We are a seasonal business, so the break up of the work will change throughout the year, so you will need to be flexible with your work responsibilities. Some periods you will spend 70 of your time assisting with payroll processing, and at other times it will be closer to 30 of your time. About You... You are an organised person, with strong computer skills and an excellent attention to detail. You role will work with closely with the Human Resources team and will be handling confidential personal information, so you will have a demonstrated ability to handle sensitive information and situations in a professional manner. You will have a minimum of 2 years experience processing payroll and a background in administration. You will have an awareness of the various Fair Work, superannuation, and taxation regulation that you need to operate within. We use Sage Micropay for our payroll processing, but experience with this system is not required. You will be provided with training and ongoing support as you transition into the position. Interested? Please click APPLY and submit your cover letter and resume addressed to Taryn Mielekamp. Please call or email (see details below) if you have any questions or wish to discuss further. Please note that all applications for this role must be processed through our online application system, and any applications that are forwarded to direct to my email address will be requested to be recompleted in our application system. Due to the dynamic nature of our business, applications will be assessed as they are received. Every application is reviewed, and candidates will receive notification of the outcome of their application. Recruitment agencies please note we are not providing exclusive recruitment or permission to advertise for this position, but you are welcome to submit any of your current quality candidates you feel may be suitable for the role. Taryn Mielekamp human.resourcesfpg.com.au 02 9704 8300 visit us at httpsfpg.com.au fpg.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Co-ordinator

    DXT is fast gaining a reputation as the leading service provider of transport services throughout NSW. Operating out of our Sydney depot and reporting to the General Manager your duties will include but not limited to Daily duties will include Co-ordinating and supporting the recruitment process Onboarding employees subcontractors to the company Determining suitable salaries and remuneration Providing the necessary support systems for payroll requirements Payroll processing (back-up) Administering payroll and maintaining employee records Developing adequate induction and training programs Supporting employee opportunities for professional development Coordinating training requirements Dealing with grievances and implementing disciplinary procedures Return to work Co-ordinator Developing wellbeing reward programs for staff retention Interaction with Employsure (Employment Relations) General administration The successful applicant will possess Sound understanding of the Road Transport distribution, Road Transport Long Distance , and Clerks Awards. Experience in Onboarding and Deboarding Good knowledge of payroll processes Excellent communication skills, both oral and written Ability to liaise with all stakeholders in a respectful and coherent manner Team player Identify and implement process opportunities to continuously improve the business. Assist in achieving a continuous improvement culture Skills required Excellent Employee Relations Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Knowledge of procedures and systems Please respond by emailing cover letter and resume to serge.mendezdxt.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor - 6 month contract

    Human Resources HR Advisor - 6 month contract National utilities company are looking for a HR Advisor for a 6 month contract. Role is based in Sydney CBD but travel to Western Sydney on occasion is necessary. Role is a generalist HR role with some focus around ER and recruitment Client Details National utilities company are looking for a HR Advisor for a 6 month contract. Role is based in Sydney CBD but travel to Western Sydney on occasion is necessary. (Ideal if you drive) Description Generalist HR Advisory, supporting the wider business from an HR perspective across strategic projects and procedures to ensure timely completion Assisting with delivering ER services across the business covering all forms of employment and advising stakeholders and managers in relation to Assist the HR Business Partners in the delivery of employee relations service covering all forms of employment. Reviewing policies and procedures and revamping where necessary HR Reporting Managing the end-to-end recruitment process alongside hiring managers Ensuring HR compliance ï¾ Profile Prior experience in a similar role within a blue collar environment Strong commercial acumen Strong interpersonal skills and stakeholder management skills Must be prepared to travel to Western Sydney on occassion HR, Business or Commerce Degree qualified Job Offer A 6 month ftc - 80,000 - 90,000 per annum To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Steve Lardis on +61 2 8292 2156 Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Mastercard Graduate 2020 Program - HR Associate

    Mastercard Graduate 2020 Program - HR Associate 2020 Mastercard Graduate Development Program Human Resources Associate, (HR) Please only apply by following this link httpsmastercard.wd1.myworkdayjobs.comCampusjobSt-Leonards-SydneyXMLNAME-2020--International-Markets-Graduate-Development-Program---SydneyR-89439 Overview Targeted Learning Development You will participate in a training program aimed at developing competencies in business acumen, leadership interpersonal skills, and project management. Mentorship Executive Sponsorship You will work with our dedicated leaders“successful managers and executives who inspire, mentor, and coach others toward successful careers here at Mastercard. Overview Working with human resources management in support of a number businessareas Partners closely with business leaders to implement HR Strategy Partners to ensure processes and initiatives are successfully implemented and effectively developed Grow knowledge of local laws and regulations to provide high-touch, employee“facing support in the areas of talent management, employee relations, total rewards, recruitment and development Responsibilities HR strategies and talent initiatives The delivery of HR projects and programs and monitor progress against agreed benchmarks Deliver communication for talent, planning and change-management processes Partners with the team to ensure a successful performance management delivery Participates in the day-to-day delivery of local HR operations and serves as the first point of contact for all regional HR inquiries Data collection and reporting to apply data to HR process improvement and development Program Length18 months Dates 3 February 2020 “ 3 August 2021 Location St Leonards, Sydney Type Paid, Full-time All About You We are looking for strong communicators and problem solvers, with robust analytical skills and great team players. You™re are a top performer academically and demonstrate leadership qualities You will have a Distinction or High Distinction Weighted Average Mark equivalent You will have taken on leadership or volunteer opportunities in various settings. You™re based in Sydney. You have the necessary Australian Permanent ResidenceCitizen rights and are able to work full-time You are a Final year student pursuing a bachelor™s degree in HR related studies Languages English required an additional languages a plus What is the Assessment and Selection Process? Please only apply by following this link httpsmastercard.wd1.myworkdayjobs.comCampusjobSt-Leonards-SydneyXMLNAME-2020--International-Markets-Graduate-Development-Program---SydneyR-89439 Application Your application should include your resume and a covering letter responding to the below question (max 500 words). œInnovation is at the heart of Mastercard™s 50-year history. We take an innovative, value-driven approach to the solutions we create and services we offer. Tell us about an innovative idea that you have contributed to and the impact the idea has had or will have. Assessment Centre Successful candidates will be invited to our Assessment Centre Day at the Mastercard office where you™ll get the chance to learn more about Mastercard and we get a chance to learn more about you through a face to face interview and a behavioural exercise. Following which shorted listed candidates will be invited to a final round interview. Applications Close 17 August 2019 Please only apply by following this link httpsmastercard.wd1.myworkdayjobs.comCampusjobSt-Leonards-SydneyXMLNAME-2020--International-Markets-Graduate-Development-Program---SydneyR-89439 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager / Leader of Rewards & HR Operations

    HR Manager Leader of Rewards HR Operations Benefits Expand your HR leadership skills in a proactive culture, driving new opportunities and best outcomes Work with a strong mentor who is highly regarded both internally and in Industry Market leading Rewards, Benefits and Corporate Social Responsibility programs Be part of a high achieving, established HR brand, during a time of growth Enjoy Global education and development pathways Impressive offices with Parking onsite Culture This global Healthcare company is a leader in our Industry. Beyond their impressive product portfolio and pipeline is the company culture and a strong HR Brand. This company is a genuine leader, creating best patient outcomes and with a true people focus. It is an exciting period, with portfolio growth and investment in People and Culture. It is a fast paced, innovative and rewarding workplace with exceptional HR engagement. The work environment facilitates collaboration and cross-divisional projects. About the opportunity Reporting to the locally based and established HR Lead, you will lead a team of HR Specialists for Advisory, Training, Compliance and Payroll. You will collaborate with highly regarded HRBPs and Talent Partners to consult with a broad range of stakeholders across the ANZ business. You will also lead as a centre of excellence for HR Rewards, Reporting and insights. This is a newly created role, taking the lead for HR Rewards and Operations. Bringing your HR Leadership experience, you will grow and develop your specialist team, leading key projects in HR Systems, Payroll outsourcing and Total Rewards strategy. Duties Lead a team of HR Specialists for Advisory, Training, Compliance and Payroll. Collaborate with the HRBPs to support people culture initiatives Develop the centre of excellence for HR Rewards, Reporting and insights. Influence commercial compensation review Manage HR reporting at local, global and external level Lead and contribute to key HR projects and continuous improvement Skills and Experience To be successful in this role you will be a highly commercial HR professional with management experience from HR Operations, Shared Services or you may have Rewards expertise, preferably from within the Healthcare Industry. You will have Substantial HR leadership or management of specialist HR functions Technical expertise in HR Operations and Reporting Strong influencing style and track record in HR Projects Exposure to Remuneration, Payroll and Rewards specialties advantageous Proven organisational skills, embracing competing priorities Self motivated, proactive and keen to succeed Qualifications in HR, Business andor Science or Nursing, preferred This is a rare leadership opportunity with an employer of choice. It is an ideal career move if you have HR Management experience, or expertise leading HR Projects from RemunerationRewards, Payroll or Reporting. The company culture and HR brand is exceptional. Apply today How to Apply Click Apply now or contact Samantha Pickering, Divisional Manager on (02) 8877 8731 for a confidential discussion. ( SK916994A ) CALL US TO DISCUSS YOUR CAREER 02 8877 8777 www.hpgconnect.com

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner (3-month contract)

    Human Resources Business Partner (3-month contract) 3-month contract, full-time position Competitive salary and salary packaging benefits North Ryde Are you passionate about social inclusion and improving the lives of people living with disability? Are you an experienced Human Resources Professional? Do you have extensive experience managing employee relations? Who are we? We are Achieve Australia. Our mission is to achieve social inclusion for people with disability. Every day we work hard to deliver on the right of people with disability to achieve meaningful and valued lives. We are building extraordinary lives With over 65 years™ experience we are still innovating in disability accommodation and support and we now have the opportunity for a HR Business Partner to join our ranks. We are looking for a passionate and energetic HR Generalist to provide hands on business partnering across our NSW sites. Reporting to the General Manager - People Operations, you will be partnering at a Regional Manager level, focused on building the culture through effective employee relations and employee engagement strategies, and influencing positive decision-making. What We Offer Salary packaging benefits exclusive for public benevolent institutions Great supportive team environment, with a constant learning focus Purposeful and value-driven work Heavily discounted gym membership Success in this roles looks like Degree-qualified with strategic business partnering background with extensive ER experience Proven experience and expertise in understanding business requirements and providing HR partnering solutions, coaching, advice and support. Demonstrated understanding of HR methodologies and legislation. Highly developed analytical, problem solving skills. Ability to coach, develop and motivate managers to engage in behavioural change. Sound judgement, pragmatic solutions, adaptability, reflective and committed to learning and providing opportunities for innovative approaches to tasks. Excellent interpersonal, presentation and communication skills. Strong proficiency with basic productivity tools and software (e.g. MS word, Excel) Due to the nature of our client-base, your application will be subject to a number of pre-employment checks including a criminal history, professional reference checks, driving record et al. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Internship - HR

    Internship - HR BHLs HR team has a mission to develop and support the company. We are looking for a proactive intern who can display resilience, communicates effectively, can plan and prioritise, works collaboratively and understands technology. The perfect intern thrives in a fast-moving and fluid environment. Heshe can zone into details and zone out to look at the bigger picture. You are an experienced administrator who is prepared to roll up your sleeves and get things done. About the company Boyuan Holdings Limited is an Australian property development company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX BHL). Our ambition is to create and deliver market-leading, quality residential and commercial communities where Australians live and work. What you can learn learn to move along HR initiatives in order to meet deadlines while developing and maintaining strong relationships learn how to set up HR systems to support business operations learn how to shortlist and phone interview candidates across different departments get involved in the development of education pieces for the business Assist with event management Who youll be Recent graduate, or near completion of a tertiary HR qualification 3 days per week availability A proactive approach in identifying opportunities to continuously improve the HR function Effective written and verbal communication skills Ability to handle confidential information with integrity If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you The application form will include these questions Do you have experience in an administration role? How many hours are you available to work per week?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor

    HR Advisor About the role A 12mth maternity leave contract - The HR Advisor supports the Divisional HR Business Partners whilst also providing broad generalist HR advisory support to the business to deliver outcomes, improve performance, build capability and support a positive workplace culture. The role will liaise with operational managers to implement local human resource initiatives that are appropriate for their business needs, but consistent with the organisations overall human resource strategy. The candidate we seek will ideally have Relevant HR or tertiary qualifications Demonstrated experience in Employee Relations Experience in providing general HR advice to staff and managers Ability to use and willingness to learn a variety of systems such as HRIS and recruitment programs Excellent professional communication skills (written and verbal) Exhibits a resourceful and proactive approach Ability to work autonomously and use initiative Exceptional interpersonal skills (high level of emotional intelligence and good judgement) Ability to juggle multiple tasks, projects, client demands and prioritise Ability to manage well under pressure Demonstrates problem-solving abilities Familiar with unionised industrial environments What we can offer you Flexible working arrangements - flexibility around the mode of hours worked each week First class modern facilities Collegial and collaborative environment with the aim of academic excellence Mobility within the organisation and locations A purpose driven, engaging and supportive team environment On the job learning and development Work perks such as Wherefit discounted gym memberships Travel rewards program JB HiFi, Apple Store and Hoyts cinema discounts to name a few A competitive salary package An opportunity to work with others committed to transforming lives through education Health and wellbeing packages which include free counselling for employees and family About Navitas Navitas is a leading global education provider that has helped generations of learners transform their lives through education. We create life-changing opportunities to learn by delivering an extensive range of educational services to over 70,000 aspirational students across our global network each year With a large diversified global footprint, Navitas are committed to improving lives through education, passion for student outcome and growth through conviction and rigour. Teaching and students are at the heart of what drives us. We are proud of our graduates, teachers and support staff and excited about our future, and the future of delivering accessible and effective education. Diversity and Inclusion Navitas promotes and embraces an inclusive and diversified workforce. We believe equality, flexibility and diversity in the workplace will deliver a rich and collaborative environment for our employees, students and clients. As such, we encourage applications from women, sexually and gender diverse people, culturally and linguistically diverse people, people of various faiths and beliefs and people with disabilities. How to apply Please apply online. For enquiries about the role, please contact Stefanie Leich on 0498 019 684 Applications close on Tuesday, 10092019 at 500pm however, we reserve the right to progress or confirm applicants prior to close date. Applications received after the close date may be considered pending the recruitment process. To our agency partners - thank you for your interest however, we will not be accepting unsolicited applications and we do not require support for this role, at this stage. Extra information For further information or to view other opportunities, please visit navitas.comcareers Successful candidates will require full working rights in Australia and undergo criminal records and working with children check. By submitting your application, you acknowledge and agree to Navitas™ Privacy policy. Further information can be found at navitas.comcareers

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

    About us A scenic 2.5 hours drive from Sydney, Emirates OneOnly Wolgan Valley is a chic conservation resort located in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage-listed region. Set on 7,000 acres of carbon-neutral wildlife reserve, the resort combines ultra-luxury with a quintessentially Australian bush experience. The resort offers award-winning culinary experiences, a range of nature activities including hiking, four-wheel driving, cycling and horse riding and the OneOnly Spa, for pampering spa and wellness experiences. Emirates OneOnly Wolgan Valley is an ultra-luxury, conservation-based resort highly acclaimed in the industry, it continues to be awarded for its excellence in tourism, accommodation, spa, cuisine and sustainability. Awards TAA Awards 2019. The Regional Deluxe Hotel of the Year for four years in a row. TripAdvisor Travellers Choice Award 2019 - Emirates OneOnly Wolgan Valley awarded - 5 in Top 25 Luxury Hotels in Australia - 11 in Top 25 Hotels in Australia - 24 in Top Hotels for Romance in Australia - 8 in Top 25 Luxury Hotels in the South Pacific Luxury Travel Magazine Gold List Awards 2019 - Best Australian Boutique Property, Villa or Lodge. Position We are seeking a qualified and experienced HR Manager to join our OneOnly HR team. The individual will lead the day-to-day HR Operations. This will include all aspects of Human Resources from Employee Relations, Compensation and Benefits, Performance Management, Recruitment, Housing, Wellness, HR Strategy as well as the Management of the HR Team, partnering HOD™s, Exec Com as well as driving the hotels KPI™s of GOP, LTO, Colleague Engagement Survey etc. To be considered for this exciting opportunity you must have Experience of a generalist HR Manager in a branded resorthotel Ideally CIPD qualified to level 5 (or equivalent) Be a hands-on HR Practitioner and will to challenge the status quo Good knowledge of Australian labour law Excellent communication skills What We Also Offer Award-winning international holiday destination Excellent internal growth opportunities Subsidised colleague accommodation Colleague discounts Close-knit family environment and work culture Walk to work - enjoy the beautiful valley Excellent colleague facilities - poolgymtennis court provided In-house colleague dining with hot meals Exciting outdoor activities for colleagues If you feel that you are the OneOnly for this role we are very keen to hear from you The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a human resources manager?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Business Partner

    ABOUT YWCA AUSTRALIA YWCA Australia is a feminist not-for-profit organisation focused on improving gender equality for women, young women and girls. Together we challenge the systems, structures and policies that act as barriers to women, especially young women, achieving their full potential. Our evidence-based programs and services aim to be inclusive of all women and offer support with housing, homelessness, safety and wellbeing. We aim to positively impact the lives of more than two million women, young women and girls by the end of 2023. ABOUT THE ROLE YWCA Australia is currently seeking a passionate, values driven Business Partner to join our national People Culture team. This role reporting to the Director, People and Culture will Build partnering relationships with client group managers to identify, develop and implement people initiatives in line with department plans and organisational strategy. Provide sound consultancy, advice, coaching and guidance across the employee lifecycle and People Culture programs. Coach managers on building and enhancing high performing teams focussing on team member experience and engagement. Support the development and implementation of the People Culture Strategic Plan to ensure alignment with broader organisational priorities, management plans and budgets. Provide high quality employee relations and industrial relations advice to both managers and employees using a case management approach with a focus on early intervention ABOUT YOU The ideal applicant we are seeking will have Tertiary qualification in HR or related field, or experience deemed equivalent Demonstrated experience in working as a business partner across the employee lifecycle A pragmatic, solutions-focussed and customer-centric approach to HR, with strong communication, influencing, analytical and strategic thinking skills Demonstrated change management experience with the ability to coach, develop and motivate managers to engage in behavioural change. A good understanding of employment legislation, industrial agreements, managing employee relation matters and contemporary HR practices. A high degree of confidence and resilience, with the ability to question and influence upwards A high degree of drive and initiative and the ability to balance competing priorities in a changing environment. Experience utilising technology to improve people practices, people metrics and the employee experience. Knowledge and experience within the NFP sector and understanding of the SCHADS award desirable. This position will require the applicant to satisfactorily complete a national criminal history record check and hold the relevant state-based working with vulnerable persons permit prior to employment. If interested, please submit your resume and cover letter addressing the selection criteria. APPLICATIONS CLOSE Friday, 23 August 2019

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Coordinator and Human Resources Assistant

    About the business National Projects Maintenance (NPM) is one of Australias fastest growing businesses in providing maintenance and project services. NPM offers end-to-end services to the commercial and industrial property industry, servicing private and public property portfolios, blue chip office and industrial tenants as well as local and state government property portfolios. About the role The purpose of the role of Office and Human Resources Coordinator. It is to provide superior administration support to the Human Resources Manager and General Manager and assist with the general management of the office. This role is a varied role and you will be responsible for the following · Managing the employee on-boarding and off-boarding processes including contract generation, new starter payroll admin processing, Day 1 induction, exit administration and departure interviews · Providing administration support to the Human Resources Manager and General Manager · Ensuring all staff records and files are current and accurate · Helping address and resolve staff queries and requests in a timely manner · Manage Online WHS Training Records ·  Support with recruitment efforts · Working alongside other teams such as operations, finance and IT to proactively ensure admin processes are seamless throughout the business · Responsible for arranging company events · A resourceful, cheerful, can-do personality · Supporting our out- sourced IT technician in resolving any IT issues from within the office · Ensuring office equipment is well stocked and working · Management of motor vehicle fleet · Assisting with the development and execution of initiatives, frameworks and systems designed to enhance the performance, engagement and capabilities of NPM employees. Benefits and perks Whats in it for you? · Recognised and rewarded for your hard work · Competitive salary package · Autonomous role with strong support networks · Career development · Good workplace culture Skills and experience To be successful in securing this role you will have · Previous administration experience · Qualification in Business or Human Resources · Advanced Microsoft skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) · Ability to maintain a strict level of confidentiality · Ability to prioritise a rapidly changing task list as well as being able to adapt to an evolving working environment · Ability to deal with a variety of stakeholders both internal and external · Demonstrate your ability to prioritize urgent tasks in a high paced environment with requests coming in from all parts of the business. · A resourceful, cheerful, can-do personality The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Human Resources Officer

    CONTEXT OF JOB We are seeking to appoint a Senior Human Resources Officer to join the Australian Human Resources Department based in Sydney. The position is responsible for providing day to day administration support to Snr Manager Human ResourcesAdmin SWP and assisting both the AdminHR Supervisor and Snr HRAdmin Executive with procurement tasks, administration, payroll duties and oversight of the automated roster platform. Other key duties include Administering staff travel requests in NSW and preparing the monthly travel report. Responding to employment related correspondence. Coordinating the Staff Ideas in Action scheme to ensure the Region achieves its targets. Performing general office administration duties. Monitoring monthly expenditure. Collating and submitting monthly accruals. Processing monthly and adhoc invoices. QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS Proficiency in Word, Excel, Access, SAP and an aptitude for IT systems and processes. Sound numeracy skills and good attention to detail. Excellent communication skills, with the ability to employ tact and maintain confidentiality. Strong organisational and time management skills. Outstanding customer service ethic. Australian citizenship or PR status. A qualification in Human Resource management or a related field and experience within the travel industry will be highly regarded. This is a full-time permanent position. All candidates must be eligible to work in Australia, as evidenced by Australian citizenship or Permanent Residency status. The position has a salary range of A57,786 - A71,289. The starting salary may be adjusted commensurate with experience and forms part of an overall salary package that includes superannuation, attractive travel benefits and subsidised health insurance. Please forward written applications with CV to Kieran OToole, Snr Manager Human ResourcesAdmin SWP, via email to LeanneKruegersingaporeair.com.sg by COB Monday, 19 August 2019.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator - 12 Month contract

    HR Coordinator - 12 Month contract As Australias largest Member organisation, The National Roads Motorists Association (NRMA) provides a range of services for our Members and the community. Be a part of the ongoing success of one of Australia™s most iconic organisations and feel the buzz of real job satisfaction as you work with talented professionals in a collaborative environment where people come first. The opportunity we present is as a HR Coordinator in our Talent Acquisition team for up to 12 months. The purpose of this role is to support the HR Operations and Talent Acquisition team with a number of projects as well as support for day-to-day duties, from contract generation to PolicyLegislation advice. As an HR Coordinator, you will be responsible for Oversee HR Operations and provide advice and support as required Processing Invoices and budget trackingrecord keeping. General HR Related comms. General supplier management Manage and build relationships with suppliers Ensuring the HR Intranet Content is up to date and new items are posted and promoted Be a subject matter expert for all recruitment and HR Related changes Support the People Culture team on annual HR events, i.e. Bonus and Remuneration Review Payroll Connect - People ServicesAdministration Lead Work with the Project Team and SMEs to transition HR AdminRecruitment activity to a Shared Services Model Working with the project teams with Process mapping Prepare and deliver training and training material Developing and aligning processes Identify opportunities for Shared Services to leverage changes occurring as part of Payroll Connect Project to align and streamline HR activities in a shared services model To be successful in this role you will have Demonstrated experience with continuous improvement projects and HR processes Experience in Project Implementation and training to small and large groups Extensive HR Coordination experience Understanding of Australian and New Zealand HR Legislation ideally ExperienceUnderstanding of a shared service environment Excellent communication skills both written and orally High attention to detail A HR Related DegreeTertiary qualification

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner Location Orchard Hills, Australia About Thales Thales people architect solutions that are relied upon to deliver operational advantage at every decisive moment throughout the mission. Defence and armed forces customers rely on us to deliver the full range of defensive systems for land, sea, and air. From early warning, to threat neutralisation, our platforms cover all levels from very short-range systems, to extended protection across the entire battle-space including Air Traffic Management, Vehicles and Tactical Systems and Missile Defence, Optronics, and Radar. We™re inventing the future, right here, right now, at Thales. We design the critical security solutions of tomorrow by combining the curiosity to explore, the intelligence to question and the vision to create. Together we solve complicated problems by combining our experience in the market with our leading research and development capabilities. About Our Site Our Orchard Hills site is home to Our Explosive Ordnance Services business which provides logistics services expertise to our customer, the Australian Defence Force. Thales EOS will train and qualify you to work in each area of our logistics business including, storage, maintenance and distribution. This will be comprised of ˜on the job™ training as well as courses through our in-house nationally recognised registered training organisation. Within the logistics services business there are 17 depots throughout Australia which allows for various development opportunities as we strongly believe in promoting from within where possible. Our Opportunity As the Human Resources Business Partner you will operate as a key advisor our Explosive Ordnance Services and Integrated Weapons Sensors businesses within the Thales Australia Vehicles and Tactical Systems domain (VTS). Reporting to the VTS HR Director, the HR Business Partner role is accountable for defining and driving a people agenda which will enable delivery of the business strategy and a high performance culture. A trusted partner, this role works with the business leaders to ensure that people initiatives help the business to attract, develop and retain talent. This role partners closely with our people and our managers and leaders in a wide variety of areas from high performance, talent management, change management, strategic workforce planning and employee relations. Responsibilities Partnering with business leaders to understand their people needsissues and deploy strategies to raise team capability, with a focus on strategic workforce plan. Influence business decision-making to ensure HR issues and risk are considered systematically at the earliest possible point Working closely with the HR Director to develop a tangible project plan to drive people initiatives and delivery across the leadership team Identifying and developing key talent to ensure the long term capabilities of Thales are met Providing support to case management, to the annual cycle of HR campaign activities and to operational requirements Ensure compliance with all legal, regulatory and Company HR requirements by working closely with our ER team About You Tertiary qualification in Human Resources with strong experience working in a manufacturing environment Strong stakeholder engagement skills with a wide variety of individuals Experience in EBA environments (essential) Proven experience in a complex matrix environment Past experience in a fast paced and changing environment You are a team player who is proactive, engaging, motivated, results driven and passionate about building manager capability Special Requirements This role will be based at our Penrith (Orchard Hills) site “ but there will be regular travel to our Lithgow site (weekly) and also our Sydney head office based at Sydney Olympic Park. The position is dependent on the candidate eligibility to obtain a Defence Security Clearance. The suitable candidate needs to be ITARS cleared therefore Thales needs to know if you hold any passport other than Australian, or have dual citizenship. You will also need to successfully clear a pre-employment medical and police check. At Thales we provide CAREERS and not only jobs. With Thales employing 80,000 employees in 68 countries our mobility policy enables thousands of employees each year to develop their careers at home and abroad, in their existing areas of expertise or by branching out into new fields. Together we believe that embracing flexibility is a smarter way of working. Great journeys start here, apply now

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

    Award Global Group which was established in 2005. After 14 years of rapid accumulation,Award Global has jumped into a top-ranking company in Australia,which integrates immigration and legal service,finance, entertainment production and other one-step professional services. Being one of the most influential companies in the financial service sector,Award Global has helped clients raise more than 10 billion in accumulated financing in the past 14 years. Position Description Implement organisational HR strategies Recruiting and staffing Employee onboarding and termination Annual budgeting and 12 month personnel cost rolling forecast Lay down KPI for the company Provide professional advice, support and guidance to management team around HR policies, procedures and issues Compensation and benefits administration Lay down company activities, inclusive of team building and annual gala. Build strong relationships with external suppliers, fostering trust and promoting collaboration. Job Requirements: A Bachelors degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Business, or Organization Development preferred. Several years of progressive leadership experience in Human Resources position expecially of hiring sales preferred. Specialized in employment law, compensation, organizational planning, organization development, employee relations, training, and preventive labor relations, preferred. Possess ongoing affiliations with leaders in successful companies and organizations that practice effective Human Resources Management. Better than average written and spoken communication skills. Outstanding interpersonal relationship building and employee coaching skills. Fluency in English and Mandarin. PR or Citizen preferred. To be considered for this role please email your CV to hrawardglobal.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator

    HR Coordinator The Company TNT and FedEx officially joined forces on 25 May 2016. A combined FedEx and TNT will enable us to more effectively grow and compete, to better meet the evolving needs of our customers and the global marketplace. For our future team members, as part of one of the strongest transportation and logistics companies in the world, this means more opportunities to grow, learn and succeed. As we continue to grow, learn and succeed. As we continue to combine the strengths of the companies, we have exciting and challenging opportunities for new, talented team members in our TNT HR Team. As TNT is part of the FedEx family of companies, this role will support the operations of both FedEx Express and TNT in Australia, and will be based at TNTs Mascot Head Office. The Philosophy People-Service-Profit (P-S-P). We take care of our People so that they can deliver impeccable Service to our Customers who will give us the Profit necessary for FedEx to be successful. Our success in the industry is attributed to our people.Through our P-S-P philosophy, we have a work environment that encourages employees to be innovative in delivering the highest possible quality of service to our customers. We care for our employees well-being and value their contributions to the company. The Role We believe our people are the foundation of success. We take pride in being one of the worlds most admired and trusted companies. This position is currently being advertised on an 18 month fixed term contract, you will be reporting to the HR Manager and your main responsibilities will be Accurate reporting on core HR metrics regarding training, recruitment, headcount, turnover and other statistics as required Supporting recruitment processes including assisting with the on-boarding of new starters Assisting with the coordination and administration of training sessions and conferences Supporting managers in people management according to company policies and law Working with the Return to Work consultant in managing workers compensation Adhoc duties as required by the HR Manager The Successful Candidate This role would be well suited for a candidate who has strong administration skills, has a genuine interest in HR and is looking for a new challenge and enjoys managing multiple priorities. Tertiary qualifications in HR or related discipline with previous experience working within a fast paced working environment Strong understanding of HR administrative and coordination practices A motivated self-starter with the drive to learn and contribute to the wider HR team A high level of computer literacy particularly with the Microsoft Office suite A willingness and capacity to embrace the mission and values of FedEx Knowledge of New Zealand employment standards is desirable The Benefits We honor innovation, integrity and commitment. We have many formal policies, procedures and programs to bring out the best in our staff, individually and in teams. Our missing is to strive to be the Best Company to work for with the Best Service and the Best Brand in our industry.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Assistant - Wunderman Thompson

    Wunderman Thompson is a creative, data and technology business built to inspire growth for its clients. We provide end-to-end solutions through creative, data, commerce, consulting and technology services at a global scale. Wunderman Thompson brings together over 20,000 creatives, data scientists, strategists and technologists in 90 markets. We have a national offering in Australia with offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. The role The HR Assistant is vital to the success of our HR function. They provide day to day administrative support to the Head of HR and ensure that our operational processes and procedures are implemented and executed in accordance with Wunderman Thompson HR strategy, policies and current legislation. Whilst primarily administrative, this role is highly valued for the strong contribution it makes to employee experience in a dynamic and creative environment. Responsibilities Preparation of employment agreements and other employee documentation. Facilitate the Joiners, Movers, Leavers process, ensuring it is accurate and compliant. Maintain and update the HR files, ensuring that they are current and accurate. Assist with the management of leave and employee benefits. Manage work rights and visa applications for non-residents. Collate, analyse and report on people data Active member of the office WHS committee Contribute to HR related agency project teams as requested Skills Experience Experience in an admin-based HR or Payroll position Creative industry experience highly regarded but not necessary Familiarity with key principles of employment law, relevant industry awards legislation Understanding of payroll practices and processes Exceptional attention to detail and organisational skills Microsoft office with advanced excel skills Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior HR Advisor - WhiteGREY

    The company A great opportunity to support a number of creative agencies that are part of WPP AUNZ, the leading marketing communications services group in Australia and New Zealand. All offices are housed in a beautiful historic building located in 1 Kent Street, Millers Point. Reporting to the HR Director you will responsible for delivering end-to end employee life cycle activities. You will support a diverse client group, providing informed, best practice advice, whilst working alongside the HR Director to drive innovative initiatives and solutions through the areas of attraction, development, and engagement. The role Reporting to the HR Director you will responsible for delivering end-to end employee life cycle activities. You will support a diverse client group, providing informed, best practice advice, whilst working alongside the HR Director to drive innovative initiatives and solutions through the areas of attraction, development, and engagement. You will be helping to create standardisation and process, and developing HR initiatives across several HR greenfield sites so being comfortable with ambiguity - flexible and adaptable with a willingness to roll up your sleeves, learn and ˜muck in™ where ever needed is required. 3 best things about the job The company “ a great opportunity to build on your HR generalist skills across a number of creative agencies within WPP AUNZ, the leading marketing communications services group in Australia and New Zealand The pace “ no two days will feel the same. You will have a highly social, fast paced job, providing first class service to the incredible talent inside our agencies The potential “ the scope for this role is never ending, you will learn from the large HR community across the WPP AUNZ group and also from the great talent in the team What youll be doing Generalist HR Act as the first point of contact for HR queries, providing pragmatic advice to employees and supporting Managers Administer and manage HR documentation, ensuring its up to date and in line with compliancelegal requirements. Coordinate all employee movements and track all employee details ensuring HR folder and database are up to date Manage payroll approval process in line with relevant CFO and finance team Proactively raise any potential employee issues with HR Director, providing thoughtful solutions and acting to resolve, where possible Act as WHS Champion, administering workplace health and safety activities, including return to work Handle ad-hoc HRTalent administration, reporting and compliance requirements as and when required. Engagement Cascade and embed business specific values and assist HR Director to create (and refresh) programs to ensure employees live and breathe relevant company values Ensure effective and timely internal communications throughout individual creatives agencies Development Work alongside hiring Managers to ensure appropriate on-boarding program is delivered for all new hires. Work alongside HR Director and manager to coordinate and administer performance review and KPI setting process across the agency. Attraction Assist internal talent team in ongoing recruitment process (posting ads, short listing candidates, reference checking, contracts, WPP AUNZ paperwork and set up etc.) when required Review and help prepare job descriptions, job ads, posting, tracking and management. Transformation Work with HR Director to create HR processes, tools, templates and resources to ensure efficient people processes that empower our people Complete exit interview with departing employees What you will need Proactive nature that is not afraid to fail, ability to multi-task is a MUST An understanding of WHS legislation and industrial relations Concern for quality and pride in all work produced consistently careful and methodical with a strong eye for detail to ensure accuracy and consistent delivery Excellent written and verbal communication skills Exposure toexperience working in a fast paced, dynamic environment Is a committed member of the team and is considered highly reliable and dependable Ability to work on own initiative constantly thinking ahead demonstrating a hands-on approach to all tasks taking an active and effective role in all day to day responsibilities Experience working in start-up andor greenfield site is highly desirable Qualifications in Human Resources or related field is highly advantageous

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Consultant

    People Culture Consultant Our client is an Australian success story - an Australian founded technology company who now have a global presence. There has been a great deal of interest and demand for their products, and with substantial backing they are financially sound. Their People and Culture team is expanding to keep pace with the growth of the company, and they are seeking an ambitious all-rounder to join the team. In this role you will be working to an inspirational People Culture Manager. You will be responsible for a range of projects developing processes that impact favourably on the employee experience. These could include performance mechanisms, employee engagement surveys, on-boarding and orientation processes. To be successful in the role you will need Several years™ experience working in human resource people culture teams Experience successfully managing at least one project from inception to completion Strong analytical skills with the ability to determine process improvements Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills An interest in the evolving technology sector will be beneficial. If you are interested in this great opportunity, please apply by clicking on the link below. For a confidential discussion please call Jenny on 02 8249 8381

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator/ Advisor

    HR Coordinator Advisor CAF Rail Australia is part of CAF, a global company providing railway solutions. In Australia we are currently growing and have 2 new projects in NSW. Dont worry if you dont know much about trains. Whats important is that you know about HR and have at least 3 years experience working in an HR role. We are after a skilled person who is ready for the next step in there career and want to take on more responsibility supporting the small team based in Australia. As the HR CoordinatorAdvisor you will support the team in the following Recruitment - Coordination of interviews including all pre-employment checks to production of employment contracts and on-boarding Reporting - Monthly and adhoc reporting on HR metrics such as headcount, turnover, absenteeism, etc. Payroll - Processing of timesheets and payroll for fortnightly and monthly pay Training - Coordinating training and accurate record keeping Employment relation issues Supporting management on day to day HR related issues Other administrative duties as required You will be the sole person in Sydney and have support from the HR Manager based in NZ and HR team. The ideal candidate will be used to working autonomously in a busy environment and able to work to deadlines while prioritising tasks. Please apply online letting us know why you are interested in the role. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of OHSWHS?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Talent Lead - 10 month fixed term contract

    Talent Lead - 10 month fixed term contract Support the growth and success of our Corporate Operations Group. Culture and talent are key to the future of our diverse, fast paced business. We are looking for a Talent or Organisational Development professional to lead and deliver our talent strategy, supporting our Corporate Operations Group. You will be responsible for leading the annual promotion and performance review period, working with the HR Business Partners and senior stakeholders across the business globally. In addition, you will be driving new and existing initiatives to support the Group™s engagement and culture, learning, and diversity and inclusion priorities. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to Macquarie™s talent and performance strategy and projects. You will have a strong background in organisational development or learning and development gained within a corporate or consulting environment, with some exposure to financial services. Strong stakeholder management skills are essential along with the ability to drive change across a complex business. You will have proven people leadership capability with direct management experience. Strong project management skills, a high level of numeracy and an interest in global markets are a significant advantage. The Corporate Operations Group (COG) brings together specialist support services including workplace, human resources, market operations and technology. COGs purpose is to drive operational excellence through business-aligned services with a focus on quality, cost and risk. COG comprises the following divisions Business Improvement and Strategy, Business Services, Human Resources, Market Operations, and Technology. Find out more about Macquarie careers at www.macquarie.comcareers Macquarie understands the importance of diversity and inclusion - our long history of success has come from being different. At Macquarie we value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. The one thing we all have in common is our focus on high performance. If youre capable, motivated and can deliver, we want you on our team. We facilitate a range of flexible working arrangements within our teams. Talk to us about what flexibility may be available.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Training Consultant

    Catalyst IT Australia is part of a global team of skilled open source technologists. We specialise in developing, designing and supporting enterprise grade systems using open source technologies. One of our key specialisations is the design, development and hosting of eLearning platforms. Catalyst is one of Moodles longest standing partners and co-founder of Totara LMS. We are expanding our Client Services team and looking for an HR Training Consultant to help deliver our clients more support in the application of their enterprise LMS solution. This is a full time role based in our Sydney (Chatswood) office. What you would do Provide current clients with support and input on their eLearning strategy Help clients develop some learning content Develop ongoing relationships with key clients Business analysis - Convert client requirements into developer tasks and tickets Business development support - provide technical assistance for demonstrations and sales proposals Ad-hoc training delivery when required Requirements of the role 3+ years sales experience in either the HR training and consulting space Familiarity with world of compliance-based training requirements in large organisations Exceptional communication and presentation skills Proven ability to effectively resolve customer issues Good attention to detail Why work with us? Work with a driven, friendly and supportive team Flat structure and non-corporate environment - we are a tech company Meaningful work - help our clients to take full advantage of their toolset Open-minded to how you work best, how you want to progress and what work you will do How to Apply Click the Apply button to submit your application. We look forward to hearing from you. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People and Culture Coordinator

    People and Culture Coordinator Who are we? Chatswood Toyota is an established and award-winning dealership in the heart of Sydney. We are a key part of a leading group in the automotive industry with 170 staff across 3 locations. Our core values of respect, teamwork, innovation and service are the basis for our culture, and the principles which we live by. The successful candidate will be at the forefront of the automotive industry, promoting Australias 1 brand and working alongside strong leaders and a supportive team. Who do we need? We are currently looking for a People and Culture Coordinator to take ownership in a fantastic standalone role. We are looking for someone with qualifications in Human Resources and a passion for developing people. It is also required that you hold a valid NSW drivers licence as you will be working across three sites What will you be doing? Reporting to the Managing Director, you will be in a standalone position with full responsibility for the HR function. Some of your daily activities will include Managing recruitment advertising through various platforms Screening candidate applications Conducting interviews and reference checks Writing and distributing employment agreements Inducting and onboarding new employees Coordinating performance management discussions and performance improvement plans Writing and issuing formal warnings and terminations where required Coordinating the return to work process Interpreting and ensuring compliance with the industry award Providing general advice to managers Coordinating employee engagement activities and benefits such as the health and wellbeing program Creating and publishing the staff newsletter What™s in it for you? Joining the Chatswood Toyota family means that you will benefit from a wide range of exciting benefits and perks including Exciting discounts on vehicles and servicing Access to corporate discounts on private health Access to Toyota Super with great rewards Opportunity to get involved with HR projects The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources / Payroll Assistant (Part-time 12 month contract)

    Australia™s largest indoor entertainment venue, Qudos Bank Arena, is looking for a professional, dedicated and driven individual to join our HR Payroll Team. This is a 12 month part-time contract position which sits as part of the Human Resources Department. There is flexibility with this role with regards to days and hours worked, however the ideal candidate will be able to work 3 full days per week, including Tuesday and Wednesday. Reporting directly into the Human Resources Manager, this is a multi-faceted role which would suit a true HR Payroll generalist. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing day-to-day assistance to both the Human Resources Manager and Payroll Administrator. The position will play a pivotal role in providing generalist support to the HR, Payroll and Office Administration functions, and will require someone who has knowledge and experience with Payroll, excellent communication skills, and who understands the importance of discretion and confidentiality. We are looking for a hands-on, team player who is able to work in a fast paced environment, and who has previous generalist Payroll, HR and Office Administration experience. IN THIS ROLE YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ASSISTING WITH Human Resources Casual and permanent employee recruitment and inductions Organising employee trainings and social activities Updating manuals, policies and staff guidelines of employment The preparation of the quarterly casual staff newsletter General HR administration tasks as directed, including filing and maintenance of personnel files, registers and database Payroll Administration of the rostering system Completion of the weekly casual employee pay run (end to end) Calculating Long Service Leave for casual employees, as well as checking continuous service Generating payroll reports as required General payroll administration tasks as directed, including filing and maintenance of Payroll systems Office Administration Daily coverage of the Front Reception Desk during lunch hour Front Desk tasks and duties in the absence of the Administration Assistant (Annual Leave Personal Leave). The uniform laundering function General Office administration duties as directed by the Human Resources Manager ESSENTIAL CRITERIA Tertiary education in Payroll Human Resources or a related discipline Previous experience using Sage Micropay is essential Proven competency conducting casual employee pay-runs A minimum of 4 years™ experience working in a similar capacity The ability to confidentially and discreetly manage sensitive information Completion of a National police background check. Ability to communicate well with staff, visitors, contractors, clients and executive personnel High level communication skills (written, verbal and interpersonal). Intermediate to advanced computer literacy is essential. You must be very confident using the Microsoft Office Suite. Knowledge of all current relevant HR and payroll related legislation A strong sense of workplace ethics with the ability to make rational decisions in line with Company values and policy. DESIRABLE SKILLS Experience using TimeTarget or a similar rostering system This is a newly created role which will expose the incumbent to a great range of HR, Payroll and general office administration duties and responsibilities. If you are interested in an exciting, yet challenging generalist role and think youve got what it takes to make your mark then we would love to hear from you To find out more regarding the culture, perks and benefits of joining our administration office team, please go to httpswww.qudosbankarena.com.auAbout-Qudos-Bank-ArenaJoin-the-Team How to apply Please email a copy of your Cover Letter and Resume to hrqudosbankarena.com.au Applications close 5pm, Thursday 29 August 2019 Due to the high number of expected applications, only those who are successful in attaining an interview will be contacted. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations? Do you have experience in an administration role? How many years of payroll experience do you have?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Advisor (Indigenous Identified)

    People Culture Advisor (Indigenous Identified) About Us Ability Options provides employment and disability services to people who need assistance to achieve their aspirations and inclusion the community. We operate services to support people with disabilities and those whose lives are changed as a result of accidents, unemployment and disadvantage. We are committed to a workplace culture that recognises diversity, equity and human rights. We respect and value the contribution of people from all cultures, backgrounds and beliefs, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people and people with disability. The Role We have an exciting opportunity for a dynamic People Culture Advisor to join our team to provide generalist support to our Employment and Disability Services Division. You will be the trusted advisor to frontline managers providing technical and practical advice, expertise and coaching on a broad range of people management and employee relations policies, procedures and practices, specifically in the engagement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. This is a full time role, predominantly based in our Bella Vista head office, but you might be required to travel to our other locations across Sydney, Hunter Valley and Mid North Coast. This role will work under the guidance of the relevant People Culture Business Partner, who will act as an escalation point as well as a mentor. Duties and Responsibilities include Provide accurate and timely support, advice, guidance and coaching to front line managers in a range of employee relations and people management matters, such as performance management, performance review, grievance and disciplinary. Undertake workplace investigation on routine matters as directed. Provide support and assistance in recruitment and talent management strategies, especially in developing effective strategies for attracting, recruiting and retaining ATSI employees. Assist in onboarding and induction of ATSI employees and act as a mentor for ATSI employees across the organisation as required. Assist in coordination and delivery of employee learning and development activities, specifically in delivering ATSI cultural awareness training and develop the necessary learning materials. Provide accurate counsel and interpretation to line managers regarding awards, legislations, policies, procedures and practices. Researching issues and developing recommendations to resolve people management issues. Participate and actively involved in PC projects and initiatives. Build effective rapport and work collaboratively with frontline managers About You Ability Options considers that being Aboriginal or a Torres Strait Islander is a genuine occupational requirement for this position under s 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). We are looking for a collaborative, resilient, agile and driven HR generalist who is solution and outcome focused. You have to be comfortable dealing in a complex, fast paced, constantly changing and evolving environment, as well as operating in an industry sector that has to comply with mandatory reporting requirements. You are passionate about empowering others through coaching and knowledge sharing. Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or equivalent years of experience in a similar role Intermediate competency with people systems, e.g. HRIS (ConnX), LMS, e-recruitment Intermediate competency with Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc). Satisfactory police clearance and Working with Children Check The Benefits When you join Ability Options you will experience a vibrant, values driven organisation where the people we support are at the centre of everything we do. In return for your skills and experience you will receive a competitive remuneration package, access to Fitness passport, a rewards and recognition program and the ability to significantly increase your take home pay with not-for profit salary packaging. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator (part time)

    HR Coordinator (part time) As a global leader in cash technology solutions, we provide the financial, retail, cash centre and gaming industries with confidence that their cash is protected and always working to help build a stronger business. Our cash automation technologies and process engineering services help businesses in more than 100 countries optimise the handling, movement and management of cash. While we span the globe, we personally engage with each customer to address their unique challenges and goals ” enhancing staff efficiency, reducing operating costs and enabling a more rewarding customer experience. We offer peace of mind. We enable transformation. We generate options. We empower people. We do all this by releasing companies from the burden of cash management, putting cash to work, and helping customers enhance the value that their staff and facilities add to their business. We currently have an exciting opportunity for a part time HR Coordinator to join our Macquarie Park based team. Reporting to the HR Manager Australia NZ and working 22.5 hours per week, this role provides support to the ANZ business and the HR Manager and is the first point of contact for HR related queries. Key responsibilities of this role will include Recruitment and onboarding administration, including managing Taleo requisitions, posting job advertisements, managing candidate responses, scheduling interviews, preparing offer documentation and managing induction agendas for new employees Assisting with employee visa applications and tracking Administering Glory™s annual performance review processes to Group timelines Coordinating Glory™s reward and recognition programs Managing LMS enrolments Employee engagement survey administration Managing market remuneration survey data submissions Coordinating the employee separation process Monitoring for currency all health and safety requirements including first aid certification, training, driver™s licences Workers compensation administration General HR correspondence, administration and project coordination as required. The successful applicant will have previous experience in an administrative role, hold tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or a related field, and have a genuine interest in developing a HR career. While previous HR experience is not essential, general knowledge of HR process, practices and related legislation will be considered favourably. Other attributes that will stand you in good stead for this role include Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times Strong MS Office skills, particularly Word and Excel Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal) High level of attention to detail and commitment to accuracy Strong organisational skills Self-motivated with a high level of initiative Proven ability to manage multiple priorities while completing work accurately and on time High level of professionalism Strong customer focus and stakeholder management ability Flexibility and willingness to learn and grow in the role. If you are looking for a challenging part time role with a successful global company that genuinely supports your ongoing growth and development, wed love to hear from you glory-global.com The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor

    HR Advisor This Australian organisation is a clear leader in facilities management and has is looking to extend its reach, both nationally and internationally. They hold some of the most prestigious contracts in Australia. Their ˜crown jewel™ contract is needing an experienced HR Advisor that will be able to work with the senior leadership team to provide invaluable HR support. Reporting functionally into the HR Director, you will be providing HR generalist support across multiple sites. Working with the senior leadership team you will provide insight into on boarding, ER issues and succession amongst others. You will be instrumental in ensuring people are motivated and engaged by helping to lift the management capabilities across this part of the business. This is a hands on role and will need you to be an excellent influencer and manage conflicting priorities putting the needs of the contract partner above all else. To be successful in this role you will be an accomplished HR professional that has worked in complex environments. You will have excellent knowledge of Australian employment legislation and be comfortable operating on your own. Ideally you will have worked in retail, hospitality or leisure as an HR professional. Your local practical knowledge will be supported by your qualifications. If this is the right role for you then please apply now (word format) or call Neil Chandaria on 03 9280 8021 for a confidential discussion.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor

    HR Advisor Position Summary Work within a well resourced and established technology company with the remit of implementing People and Culture initiatives. HR is well respected and valued by the company and the firm will back you with further training and development if required as they know that people are what drive their business This is a Temp - Perm situation however very flexible for the right candidate Open to 0.8 FTE. Key Responsibilities Drive People Culture initiatives to further organisational cultures, engagment and other change strategies. Manage the whole employee life cycle. Managing key stakeholders and provide expertise on all HR related matters. Key Requirements 3 years local generalist experience Ability to work independently. Drive to gain exposure in a supportive environment. Comfortable communicating with high level stakeholders. What to do now Click apply now or email James Hunt jhunthrpartners.com.au with your latest CV At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. hrpartners.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Performance Lead

    People Performance Lead Evolution Mining is a leading, growth focused Australian gold company. We own and operate a portfolio of gold mines across Australia. At Evolution our best discoveries are found every day through the innovation displayed by our people, our great teams, our 100 focus on getting our people home safely and our commitment to building an exceptional company. And we want you to help us discover more Business Partnering Change Management Capability Management The opportunity Due to an exciting internal promotion, a fantastic position has arisen for a talented People Performance Lead to join an amazing team with great style, charisma, banter and moments of HR brilliance. The primary responsibility of this role concentrates on supporting operational excellence across our business, through building trusted advisory relationships with our leaders and the teams they support. Through highly effective business partnering skills that simplify the complex across the areas of performance optimisation, talent development and the employee experience, your commercial acumen and pragmatism will illustrate how effective People Culture can add quantifiable value for Evolution. Additionally, this role is responsible for business partnering our (Group Office) leaders and their respective teams. If you are motivated by working on projects that will impact the wider business, while working in a dynamic and friendly team of hard working professionals - then we would love to hear from you Our ideal candidate will have experience in the following areas Embedding PC activities ERIREmployment Law Policy and procedure design At least 7-10 years experience in business partnering Data-driven decision making Strong relationship building skills Degree qualifications in HR or related discupline A great sense of humour About Evolution Since commencing in 2011, Evolution Mining has enjoyed significant success, however we are as passionate as ever and are energised to continue this journey and build upon our success. Our core values of Safety, Excellence, Accountability and Respect are the cornerstones for how our ~1400 team members work and ensure that we retain our reputation as a leading, growth focused Australian gold company. Our best discoveries are found every day, through the innovation displayed by our people, our 100 focus on getting our people home safely and our commitment to building an exceptional company. If you share our passion for excellence and want to be part of a business that strives to be the highlight of your career, we want to hear from you. What Now? Click the Apply Now button, or to discover more about us and how you can be part of the Evolution story, go to www.evolutionmining.com.audiscover

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Administrator

    Human Resources Administrator At Interflow were a family company serving Australia and New Zealand with industry leading pipeline repair, renewal and restoration services for over 80 years. Were built on a culture of innovation, using world leading products and techniques. About the role This role is a perfect opportunity if you are looking to œkick-start your HR career. Turn theory into practice in our agile People and Culture Team as we go through a period of transformation. Reporting into the Regional HR Business Partner you will be supported by a close-knit HR team and work alongside our HR Coordinator who will support your day to day learning and development. You will own your own portfolio supporting both HR and HSE. You will have experience working in similar HR role or currently completing final year in Human Resources studies and have a genuine desire for a career in HR. You will have excellent communication skills with a strong focus on customer service, exceptional planning and organisation skills, with a high attention to detail. As you will be exposed to sensitive information, you will be expected to handle confidential information in a professional manner. Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources are highly regarded. This is a full-time position over a 5-day work week, however flexibility on start and finish times, to work in with existing timetable for those completing studies, can be accommodated. Key Duties General Admin duties for both the HR and HSE departments. HR Filing (electronic). General Recruitment advertising for Blue Collar roles. Administration of probation reports. Answering general HR enquiries. Handling all invoicing for HR. Organising catering for work events. Supporting the Regional HR Business Partner for VIC, SA, WA New Zealand. Administrating workers compensation claims for VIC, SA, WA New Zealand. To be considered for our role you will 1-2 years previous experience in a HR or office role Can be completing your final year in Human Resources studies at university or TAFE or be a recent graduate. Be able to articulate and present your excellent verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrate a strong work ethic, with the capability for multi-tasking. Be able to work autonomously independently. Display intermediate understanding in MS Office (Word and Excel). An position with Interflow is a great place to the start of your HR journey so apply now by contacting Anne-Marie on 02 9636 0135 Interflow has built a business on innovation our people are the center of this through the diversity of their ideas and backgrounds. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply and help us continue our journey. Become part of our team today The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

    Join this Fortune 500 client for a year long fixed term contract, become part of a globally recognised brand for an initial 6 month contract with a 12 month extension thereafter. We™re looking for an experienced HR professional to join our team for a six-month contract in either a fulltime or part-time capacity. In a full-time basis, this role is a five-days a week commitment for six months In a part-time basis, this role could be structured as a 30-hour week, with flexibility on days In either capacity, there is flexibility to work from home at least one day per week You will ideally have ER and performance consulting experience 5-8 years HR Generalist experience Preferably from a large corporate environment or legal Big employers (banks, telco, IT) are the best because it means HRBP has had experience working in business with performance cycles, global processes and team structures Preferably with a HR tertiary qualification (though anyone with commensurate experience from 8 years in corporate HR team will be considered ) The role would be leading a variety of cases requiring HR expertise, predominantly in Employee Relations and Employee Experience work. The role requires a HR professional who is passionate about building the capability of our people manager community to lead their teams and enhance their impact. Therefore, we are seeking a team member who is a confident coach, with prior experience in supporting executive level leaders across a complex corporate structure in multiple locations. Additionally, the role will partner with colleagues in delivering some HR program deliverables and processes or policy development. With that in mind, the ideal candidate would be a confident and coach-centric communicator, with deep understanding of the relevant legal processes associated with Employee Relations in Australia. Key Accountabilities Partner with leaders and other key stakeholders to resolve individual employee issues. Independently manage a variety of Employee Relations cases, following a consistent standard internal process and ensuring legal accountabilities, while providing manager and employee guidance in a manner that reflects a culture of dignity, clarity and support Independently provide manager, and sometimes teams of managers, coaching on process, style and learnings as they develop their skills in performance management Collaborate with the broader HR team and leaders across Australia to successfully execute our key people priorities and core processes. This may involve work relating to manager capability, talent, or benefits advocacy, especially with regards to employee experiences Provide HR consulting skills on key HR operations and processes which are managed outside of Microsoft™s HR Operations Shared Service team including hiring transfers and performance management Analyse and report on data connected to key HR processes and employee experiences Skills and Qualifications To be successful in this role you should have at least 8 years™ experience as an HR professional, including experience in partnering and coaching managers on how to bring out the best in their team. You should have a solid track record of managing and resolving individual ER cases and demonstrated experience in implementing and facilitating capability initiatives that enhance the employee experience. You are passionate about HR having direct impact on business results and you will be able to demonstrate the following attributes Curiosity to understand our business and question the seemingly obvious Proven coaching, consulting and facilitation skills Strong communication, collaboration, relationship management and influencing skills Project management and Program Management skills “ demonstrable experience in planning and implementing end-to-end processes Experience of a multi-national, matrix reporting environment would be an advantage Strong knowledge of Australian employment legislation Demonstrable experience in analyzing business issues and providing scalable HR solutions that address align to broader business requirements. Ability to manipulate and analyze HR data and drive solutions or recommendations based on data insights Ability to deal with ambiguity, and achieve results in a fast-paced, heavily distributed team environment Education and Experience Education Level Required BSBA degree required in relevant field Years of Experience Required 8+ years of relevant work experience. You would be joining a friendly, hardworking team of like-minded HR professionals who are passionate about employee experience and leadership. We are creative thinkers who enjoy an extremely engaged partnership with the Senior Leadership Team on strategic business priorities. Our team culture is open and flexible. Apply now for an Immediate Interview

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    Areteans Technology Solutions Australia Pty Limited is a global leader in the PEGA space that excels in enabling Businesses to transform and evolve digitally by executing PEGA implementations the right way. With 100 focus on PEGA, we serve Fortune 500 mid- market organizations alike, delivering innovative Pega implementations with specialized Pega accelerators built in our own RD Innovation Labs. We are currently looking for Human Resource Office Administrator to join us immediately. Based at our corporate office in Sydney, the HR Office Administrator will oversee the day-to-day responsibilities of the office administration area, act as a point of escalation and provide hands-on experience in the HR domain. Furthermore, they will review existing processes and identify suitable improvement solutions to ensure maximum efficiency of the Office HR function. A passion for effective administrative processes, an ability to think systemically as well as a collaborative approach are essential in order to make an impact in this exciting position. Experience 2 Years Minimum in a similar role as an HR Administrator. Responsibilities Maintain smooth and efficient office operations on a daily basis including front desk operations, office equipment, upkeep of stock and facilities maintenance. Ensuring that the office environment is safe and in compliance with Australian Work Health and Safety standards, regulations and guidelines. Answering incoming calls, re-directing calls and messages and also reconciliation of staff expenses. Ensure a professional front-of-house, providing visitors, volunteers and new staff with a warm welcome to the organization Assisting with meeting minutes, agendas, meeting notifications and appointments General office duties like copying, scanning, filing and ordering office supplies. Provide local support for key employee life cycle processes such as recruitment, onboarding, transfer and exit procedures. Prepare employment contracts and letters, ensuring 100 accuracy Liaise with the Payroll team by providing them information on new starters, salary changes, promotions, leavers, and referrals on a monthly basis whilst adhering to internal deadlines. Collect HR compliance documents from new hires. Support Employee certification verification based on given frameworks. Provide support for local Immigration cases. Document management “ softcopy uploading and hardcopy retention. Maintain, manage and regularly audit all personnel files. Work along with the offshore HR team to ensure efficiency and compliance management. Support other functions as assigned Required qualificationsskills Proven experience as an HR assistant, staff assistant or relevant human resourcesadministrative position. Diploma or equivalent PC literacy (MS Office, in particular). Basic knowledge of labour laws. Ability to handle confidential information with integrity and discretion. Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment. Ability to support an international team where employees are in different locations and belong to different cultures. Ability to work in changing environment Must be legally entitled to work in Australia. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a human resources administrator? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Human Resources Business Partner

    Senior Human Resources Business Partner Are you passionate about driving people initiatives as a true business partner? Permanent full-time position + competitive remuneration + salary packaging Working from CareFlight™s Northmead HQ and Bankstown Airport base CareFlight is an aeromedical organisation with the mission to save lives, speed recovery and serve the community. Our trauma trained experts in critical medical care, aviation and logistics work as one team to provide integrated aeromedical solutions for patients with diverse needs in challenging environments. We operate a tertiary level clinical training centre that trains registrars, our own and other emergency service providers™ employees in pre-hospital treatment. We continuously seek better ways to achieve improved patient outcomes through research and innovation. The role We currently have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and passionate HR professional to join our collaborative and cohesive team. This newly established position of Senior Human Resources Business Partner reports to the Head of Human Resources and will provide hands on business partnering across NSW as well as deliver to strategic HR initiatives nationally. As a trusted advisor you will partner with the organisation to drive people initiatives, engagement and a high performing culture. Your key responsibilities will include Provide insights and commercially astute solutions and advise on HR projects and activities. In collaboration with the Head of Human Resources, assist with workforce planning, remuneration benchmarking, and related matters for tenders and proposals. Ensure Performance and Development plans are completed within required timeframes. Assist managers to undertake ongoing trainingdevelopment needs analysis and partner with them to sourcedevelopfacilitate engaging training programs to meet these needs. Advise managers and staff through issues (e.g. grievances, investigations, performance, training and development, career progression, policies and procedures) Provide award, contract and enterprise agreement interpretation. Lead enterprise bargaining discussions and follow FWC processes including lodgement of EBA applications. Manage end-to-end recruitment, onboarding and induction activities utilising CareFlight™s HRIS. Oversee the pre-employment (and random) drug and alcohol testing for new employees. Deputising for the Head of Human Resources as required. About you To be successful in this role you will have at least five years™ demonstrated HR business partnering experience and Tertiary qualifications in human resources management or relevant experience The ability to develop effective relationships, maintain confidentiality and be a trusted advisor Excellent knowledge of employment legislation and regulation Experience leading enterprise bargaining negotiations from start to finish A sound knowledge and understanding of workplace relations and employment legislation and the ability to work out from CareFlight™s Northmead HQ and Bankstown Airport base and travel intra interstate. The following will be highly regarded Experience gained in the aviation, medical or not-for-profit sectors. Development and delivery of leadership development programs or similar will be highly desirable. How to apply If you would like to be part of our team and a hard-working culture that values its people and their careers, you can apply using the link below. Please ensure you attach a current resume and covering letter that addresses the role™s essential criteria. Applications for this opportunity will close on Sunday, 8 September 2019. CareFlight values diversity in the workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. All employees must comply with CareFlight™s Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) as required by CASA and may be subject to random workplace testing. Criminal Record and Working With Children Checks also apply. CareFlight The next life we save could be yours

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Assistant - Top Ten Global Law Firm

    Human Resources Assistant - Top Ten Global Law Firm Full-time, permanent position for an experienced HR professional to join the Sydney one of the worlds leading law firms. The Employer This law firm is a genuine global player, employing lawyers across 25 countries. As an employer the firm is well sought after. Not only is its name recognised as a leading legal brand that employs the highest-quality legal practitioners, but its business services employees are both well-rewarded and well-supported. The Australian arm of the firm has a long history and sits within a wider Asia-Pac team. The firm is committed to expanding its Australian presence. Its therefore an exciting time for you, as an experienced HR professional, to join this leading international law firm in a newly created role. The role As HR Assistant you will work closely with a HR Manager and HR Advisor who both have national responsibilities. You will support them in their day-to-day needs and form part of a small, close-knit and team working closely with both of them as you offer HR support in areas as varied as recruitment, appraisals, remuneration reviews, grad-scheme management, international secondments, HR strategy, LD and a wide variety of national projects and roll-outs. Youll also have your own responsibilities including End-to-end management of recruitment administration, as well as hands-on recruitment responsibilities Coordinating on-boarding and inductions Being the first point of contact for HR queries General human resources administration including contract and letter generation Working collaboratively on all HR projects and events including diversity and inclusion initiatives. Liaising with key stakeholders and updating on processes and time-lines About you To secure your opportunity to join this leading firm, you will be an experienced HR professional with excellent administration skills and at least three years experience have worked in a professional services Partnership environment. (Law firm experience would be viewed favourably.) offer tertiary qualifications in HR Youll also be committed to a career in HR and offer the confidence, business acumen and communication skills to work with world-leading lawyers on a daily basis. Why apply? This newly created opportunity represents a very rare opportunity for a Sydney-based HR professional to join this leading international law firm. This role offers genuine career growth potential, youll join a firm that is looking to increase its Australian presence and youll have a supportive and experienced HR Manager and HR Advisor to work with yet youll also have the opportunity to develop your skills as you work autonomously on your own projects. This position is available on a permanent full-time basis and offers a generous salary, plus a discretionary bonus Next steps... To be considered for this opportunity, please submit a full, current CV via the APPLY button below, or on email to Sarah Hall, Director at Knight Fowler Jenkins at shallknightfowlerjenkins.com. Sarah can also be contacted on + 61 (0)415 491 047. www.knightfowlerjenkins.com 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. Sarah Hall 0415 491 047

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR all-rounder: Recruitment, Administration, and Performance

    Introduction JTC Technology is a small-medium IT support business based in the Hills District, servicing clients across the broader Sydney and Central Coast regions. As our team grows, we are establishing a part time HR role to support the recruitment, administration and employee performance aspects of our business. The successful candidate will become a key member of our small administration and management team, contributing to the broader ongoing growth and success of our business. As a part time, three days per week role, we envisage the ordinary work hours will be 8am to 430pm, or similar as negotiated. Due to the nature of the role, there will be additional hours required from time to time. The role will primarily be based in our Castle Hill office, however, it is expected there will be some travel to meet with employees in the field, when required. The role will involve the following responsibilities Recruitment Manage the whole recruitment process including writing job descriptions, posting jobs, pre-screening, booking interviews, conducting interviews in conjunction with colleagues, completing reference checks, making offers and all associated on-boarding processes, documentation administration tasks. HR administration Maintain compliant employment contracts, letters, and other HR documents and prepare correspondence as required. Manage documents and records for change of employment conditions such as changes to availability, pay rates and role statements. Provide HR advice to managers and staff and be available for all employees who have questions regarding HR related matters, company policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with Fair Work, relevant awards and legislation, and any client policies relevant to our work. Manage, review, update and communicate company policies and procedures. Promote workplace health and safety, ensuring all staff are aware of their responsibilities, and ensure the company meets WHS legal requirements. Ensure regular clear communication with all staff members verbally and electronically including any business changes updates, recognition of employees and accomplishments, and contribute to staff updates. Nurture a positive working environment that promotes employee engagement. Support all staff members by providing counselling guidance when needed and handle any disputes with skilful conflict resolution. Manage workers™ compensation claims and coordinate return to work. Process or assist with payroll when the payroll officer is on leave and at other times when required. Manage employee absence processes. Assist with general office administrative maintenance tasks and provide a high level of support to managers. Manage the end of employment process including exit interviews and surveys facilitate terminations and redundancies and provide written references as needed. Monitor and track completion of activities such as induction programs, probation reviews, annual reviews and training courses. Organise and facilitate staff training events and staff meetings. Performance Conduct staff probation reviews, annual reviews and other performance development assessments. Identify, make recommendations and address any employee underperformance, under engagement or non-compliance. To excel in this role, the successful applicant will have Skills and Experience Prior experience in a Human Resources role, including an understanding of relevant legislation and HR best practices. Excellent administration and communications skills, with a strong attention to detail. The ability to handle multiple priorities, being always highly organised. Excellent active listening, negotiation and presentation skills. Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to develop and maintain productive working relationships with managers and employees. A current NSW Drivers Licence and reliable vehicle. Would be advantageous Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management or a related discipline. Personal characteristics A positive attitude and strong work ethic. A genuine and humble approach to working with others. Teachable with a willingness to learn and develop, and able to adapt to our work environment. A proactive approach to work and willingness to undertake tasks outside of the core responsibilities. Lots of patience and a good sense of humour A Working with Children Check will be required for the successful applicant. Note to recruitment agencies please do not contact us to offer your services

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

    Reporting to the General manager, and based in Alexandria, the main responsibilities of this role will include Provide advice on to managers and staff on employment and personnel conditions, policies, procedures, processes, awards and relevant legislation Have full responsibility on recruitment processes. Provide analysis and regular reports on HR Metrics, KPIs and on yearly plans. Support documentation and safety implementation. To be successful in this role you will require Previous experience working as a HR Manager preferably in construction or similar industry. Previous experience working on both office and factory environment. Ability to engage with and influence stakeholders across multiple areas of the company Advance understanding of MS Office and reporting tools. Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management or a related discipline would be highly regarded Driving Licence This role is part-time 2-3 days week likely to be full time soon for the right person. Job may require to travel at factory in Girraween, 2145 NSW or other locations depending on the projects. Salary is based on the experience. If you feel you have the skillset to match this position description please forward an up to date copy of your resume via the Apply option on this page or send en email to infoeuronaturalstone.com The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a human resources manager? How many years of recruitment experience do you have?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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