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  • HR Specialist / People & Culture

    The Agency Specialists in industry disruption, eWave is an independent digital transformation agency with commerce at its core. Using service design thinking, we have an unwavering commitment to delivering experience-driven digital reinvention that inspires deeper relationships between brands and their customers. Partnering with brands such as Nike, Canon, Coca-Cola Amatil, and Nestle, we work on some of the most exciting and innovative digital projects in the APAC market. Our team is our strongest asset, and together, were reimagining consumer needs using methods that bring our clients closer to their customers than ever before. Were thinkers, were creatives, were technologists, and were looking for people to join us on our journey. The Role We are looking for a commercially minded HR Specialist to join our team and to help us reach our strategic objectives and operational plans globally. You will be working closely with our existing HR team and driving initiatives across APAC that will help setup a scalable foundation for growth based on best practice. The role incorporates your traditional HR Specialist role infused with People and Culture initiatives that will help us retain and grow our best talent and to continue on our path as a people first organisation. Responsibilities HR Roll out coordination full ownership of all APAC annual HR programs - KPI setting, remuneration review, performance review bonus process You will be the go-to person for all things people, providing guidance to managers and team members regarding all people matters Manage all our internal HR people systems, ensuring personnel files are kept organised and up to date Manage our seamless HR experience for on-boarding and off-boarding employees Ensure best practice is followed for all employee related issues so we always act fairly and kindly in all employee relations activities HR administration, ensuring all HR documentation and policies are regularly reviewed and updated People and Culture LD Take ownership of our employee engagement survey and collaborate with the wider team to put action plans in place Assisting with company events, helping to come up with new and exciting ideas Support the Talent team by identifying and delivering new initiatives that attract, grow and retain our talent. Run our culture program, planning new regular internal initiatives Introduce new and monitor existing Learning and Development initiatives Experience 3+ years experience in a HR Specialist role Have a confident and bright personality, with the ability create and maintain great relationships across the business Previous experience managing internal HR software Ability to prioritise in a fast-paced environment with changing demands A team player but also have initiative to work individually and implement new processes You will have an eye for detail and high standards when it comes to your work Passionate about people and creating an exciting and collaborative working environment The Perks Unlimited paid Annual Leave Gifted Day of Birthday Leave Health and Wellness Initiatives Career Development Training Succession Planning Initiatives Lunch Catering Sponsorship of Attendance at International Events In-House Cultural Programs The Process Interviewing at the first possible stage Shortlisted candidates will be contacted within 3 business days from time of application. Please ensure you include your CV when submitting your application via LinkedIn

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    Human Resources HR Administrator The HR Administrator provides generalist human resources administration support to the organisation. Client Details Well-established Health Care provider Description Manage the HRIS system update data Provide support to the payroll team Recruitment Support the HR team across the full employment life-cycle Contract generation Maintain employee files Administering the on boarding and off boarding process Profile 6-18 months experience in HR or Recruitment experience Admirable Experience in the Healthhome care industry Qualifications in Human Resources Passionate about HR, with a strong desire to progress their career Desire to learn Flexible adaptable Job Offer An organisation that promotes from within Friendly and collaborative team Learning and development opportunities Immediately available To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Rachel Grimison on +612 8046 0792. Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    Human Resources HR Administrator The HR Administrator provides generalist human resources administration support to the organisation. Client Details Well-established Health Care provider Description Manage the HRIS system update data Provide support to the payroll team Recruitment Support the HR team across the full employment life-cycle Contract generation Maintain employee files Administering the on boarding and off boarding process Profile 6-18 months experience in HR or Recruitment experience Admirable Experience in the Healthhome care industry Qualifications in Human Resources Passionate about HR, with a strong desire to progress their career Desire to learn Flexible adaptable Job Offer An organisation that promotes from within Friendly and collaborative team Learning and development opportunities Immediately available To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Rachel Grimison on +612 8046 0792. Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Analyst & Reporting Specialist

    Human Resources HR Analyst Reporting Specialist This role works closely with the Regional HR Manager and the business across APAC to pro-actively identify and anticipate metric and analytic insight from HR oriented data. They provide analytics that support HR and the business in effective decision making, along with synergies and improvement opportunities. Client Details Global Listed Brand Description HR Reporting and Analytics Analyse data derived from various internal systems, in order to develop and report on key HR metrics. Use data and analysis to identify trends, create and maintain dashboards. Design and produce regularly scheduled reports, conduct ad hoc reporting, and monitor data integrity through analysis and audits. Develop and maintain actionable, proactive reports, metrics and scorecards that offer strategic insights for HR and functional leaders. Conduct data modelling, data analysis to identify and interpret key trends. Research external and internal data to prepare benchmarks and communicate trends and best practices. Work closely with other stakeholders including Payroll and Finance. Continuous improvement of policy, procedure, process Contribute to the development of HR Strategies, Polices and Procedures, including defining and enhancing the portfolio of services offered in HR Operations. Continuous improvement of people systems Designs and modifies local and global systems to meet user needs through developing a business case, testing and executing change through to completion. Works toward streamlining of service delivery across the team. Escalation of system problems to appropriate system owners. HR Projects Manages projects effectively by communicating priorities, results and issues to key stakeholders. Provides input to other HR Projects when required, as identified by HR and the Business. Risk Management Compliance Ensures appropriate controls to manage risk are in place for delivery of quality work and HR data requirements. Profile experience in a similar HRRem Analytics and Reporting role. Strong problem solving, time management and ability to work to tight deadlines. Advanced Excel - manipulate data, formulas, pivot tables, V-Lookups. Strong knowledge, experience and skills across multiple HR process areas including a knowledge of HR systems, core HR functions and legislative requirements Strong attention to detail, methodical and accurate Job Offer Global business working on regional HR projects Collaborative and high performing HR team Coaching from HRD new exciting projects to be a part of in REM CBD open plan modern office To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Adam Oldman on +61 2 8292 2213. Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Officer. Permanent Full Time - Rockdale or Newcastle

    Human Resources Officer. Permanent Full Time - Rockdale or Newcastle Join one of Australias largest social purpose organisations Great tax benefits and rostered days off Great opportunity to join a national team About the Organisation Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation of 7,000 employees working in more than 440 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers. We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each clients individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply. Key Responsibilities Provide HR support and advice to management and employees Coordination of transactional and tactical HR activities Conduct exit surveys Assist in the provision of HR reports Respond to award and pay enquiries Assist with Employee Relations investigations Various HR administrative tasks as required Skills and Experience Experience in a similar role within an HR function Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality Ability to use initiative, think laterally and solve problems High level ability to develop good working relationships Possess excellent written skills for the creation of procedures, reports, correspondence and other material. All successful candidates will be required to undergo probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the position). Benefits Great tax benefits and monthly rostered days off National HR team Join one of Australia™s largest social purpose organisations How to Apply Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click ˜Apply™ and follow the prompts. For any enquiries including persons with disability that require adjustments, contact Mikaella Latimore at recruitmentlwb.org.au Applications close at midnight on 20 June 2019. Life Without Barriers supports the Royal Commission into violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disability. We believe people with disability need to be heard and for these experiences to influence how support services like ours are delivered. View our statement here (httpsbit.ly2GzZGWA) www.lwb.org.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Officer. Permanent Full Time - Rockdale or Newcastle

    Human Resources Officer. Permanent Full Time - Rockdale or Newcastle Join one of Australias largest social purpose organisations Great tax benefits and rostered days off Great opportunity to join a national team About the Organisation Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation of 7,000 employees working in more than 440 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers. We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each clients individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply. Key Responsibilities Provide HR support and advice to management and employees Coordination of transactional and tactical HR activities Conduct exit surveys Assist in the provision of HR reports Respond to award and pay enquiries Assist with Employee Relations investigations Various HR administrative tasks as required Skills and Experience Experience in a similar role within an HR function Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality Ability to use initiative, think laterally and solve problems High level ability to develop good working relationships Possess excellent written skills for the creation of procedures, reports, correspondence and other material. All successful candidates will be required to undergo probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the position). Benefits Great tax benefits and monthly rostered days off National HR team Join one of Australia™s largest social purpose organisations How to Apply Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click ˜Apply™ and follow the prompts. For any enquiries including persons with disability that require adjustments, contact Mikaella Latimore at recruitmentlwb.org.au Applications close at midnight on 20 June 2019. Life Without Barriers supports the Royal Commission into violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disability. We believe people with disability need to be heard and for these experiences to influence how support services like ours are delivered. View our statement here (httpsbit.ly2GzZGWA) www.lwb.org.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Administrator (Melbourne or Sydney), Flexibl...

    Working at Allens entitles employees to a wide range of benefits including a gym membership, discounted product and services, charity matched funding programs,...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Coordinator

    People Culture Coordinator BINGO is growing “ and with you on board, we™ll ramp up even faster. Join us as our People Culture Coordinator and add your own experience to our driven, dynamic and experienced team. The People Culture Coordinator is responsible for the administration and coordination of all People Culture activities, and level 1 advisory recruitment, supporting the effective functioning of day to day Human Resources operations. The job Provide support for the Talent Acquisition process, including pre-employment medical booking, drafting of employment contracts and coordination of on-boarding and induction. End to end recruitment assistance including screening, booking interviews and employment offers Maintenance of employee files ensuring that all information is captured and recorded in a secure location. Conduct regular audits of employee files and follow up on outstanding documentation Update and amend alerts for employee requirements in the personnel database Draft all employee related documentation including contracts, review letters, confirmation of employment documents, HR letters and ad-hoc documentation including confirmation of employment letters, certificate of service etc. Maintain position descriptions for key positions in consultation with leaders Provide support with writing and amending HR and compliance related policies and procedures Monitor and maintain the HR folders and ensure organised and archived appropriately Record and monitor all staff transfers, new starters and terminations etc. in the relevant spreadsheets and databases Keep abreast of all standards, regulationslaws, issues, and news with respect to all aspects of Human Resource Administration (awards and agreements, employee entitlements, employment law etc) Provide ad-hoc administrative support as requested What you bring Three years™ experience in a similar role in a medium to large organisation Sound recruitment knowledge Sound computer and literacy skills Strong attention to detail Excellent communication skills Full Australian Working Rights About BINGO BINGO is an integrated waste management and recycling company. We™re also much more. A billion-dollar business with bright ambitions and an exciting future, we™re a fast-paced, family-feeling, inspiring place to work and grow. We value our team and treat them like family. Together, we™re going to drive change, get inventive and shape the future of our industry. We™re going to make Australia waste free, for all of us. Let™s go Apply for a career that means more today. For more information, please email recruitmentbingoindustries.com.au or contact Gina Bahri on 02 9114 7151 for a confidential discussion. 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


  • Human Resources Advisor

    Human Resources Advisor Johann Jacobs and Egbert Douwes didnt know where their journeys would lead them. They just believed that everyone deserved the coffee they love. And thats what we still stand for today. As a key member of our ANZ HR team, you will have the opportunity to work both collaboratively and autonomously. We value professionalism, delivery and drive for results¦ whilst having lots of fun and loving what we do This role will have responsibilities across two Sydney sites (Gordon and Kingsgrove). As our HR Advisor and reporting through to the ANZ HR Director, you will be responsible for supporting the full breadth of HR-related activities including our HR Signature Processes but this role is so much more than that One day you might be preparing an employment contract, the next you™re involved in a global project implementing our new HCM system. The role includes General HR administration, including letters and contracts associated with full employee lifecycle Facilitate onboarding buddy programmes Provide day-to-day advice to managers and associates Roll out and monitor HR policy and procedures Coach and advise managers and associates on all matters relating to performance management, disciplinary and terminations Provide managers and associates advice on all other employment relations matters Provide full HR support to the HR team in which drives achievement of the HR Strategy. To be successful in this role, you will need to possess the following skills and experience Recent tertiary qualifications in Human Resources 2+ years experience in a HR Admin HR Grad role (ideally within an FMCG or manufacturing environment) Strong attention to detail with a precise and process driven style of working Outstanding aptitude for systems, data and analytics (strong MS Excel skills preferred) Strong planning and organisational skills Ability and willingness to drive and influence change Ambition and a desire to try new things Resilience and desire for continuous improvement Yearning to get involved with both local and global projects A passion for all things coffee and tea What we can offer Best team mates around Intensive induction and support Growth, challenge and the ability to really make a difference Broad, diverse and exposed role Global organisation with long history that we are proud of and a future we™re excited to be creating At JACOBS DOUWE EGBERTS we can offer you the opportunity to join a highly successful global, yet local, coffee company at an exciting time of development and growth. We have a strong focus on developing our team members through a series of on the job challenges, coaching and training with the support of the right tools and technology. This position offers appealing remuneration and a suite of benefits, some of which may include Employee Assistance Program, wellbeing programs, free products, additional leave for you to volunteer or move house, paid parental leave, additional superannuation options, access to professional training and facilities, rewards and recognition programs, option to purchase additional leave, summer hours and so much more We are proud of our collaborative company culture and operate with a team of dedicated professional individuals who share the company strategy and vision. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from a diverse range of suitably qualified candidates. Please be advised that shortlisted candidates may be required to undertake pre-employment medical and background screening including reference checks. If you fit the above description apply online today, or contact Ali Barfoot, Talent Acquisition Manager on + 61 2 95513423 if you have any questions.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Advisor

    Human Resources Advisor Johann Jacobs and Egbert Douwes didnt know where their journeys would lead them. They just believed that everyone deserved the coffee they love. And thats what we still stand for today. As a key member of our ANZ HR team, you will have the opportunity to work both collaboratively and autonomously. We value professionalism, delivery and drive for results¦ whilst having lots of fun and loving what we do This role will have responsibilities across two Sydney sites (Gordon and Kingsgrove). As our HR Advisor and reporting through to the ANZ HR Director, you will be responsible for supporting the full breadth of HR-related activities including our HR Signature Processes but this role is so much more than that One day you might be preparing an employment contract, the next you™re involved in a global project implementing our new HCM system. The role includes General HR administration, including letters and contracts associated with full employee lifecycle Facilitate onboarding buddy programmes Provide day-to-day advice to managers and associates Roll out and monitor HR policy and procedures Coach and advise managers and associates on all matters relating to performance management, disciplinary and terminations Provide managers and associates advice on all other employment relations matters Provide full HR support to the HR team in which drives achievement of the HR Strategy. To be successful in this role, you will need to possess the following skills and experience Recent tertiary qualifications in Human Resources 2+ years experience in a HR Admin HR Grad role (ideally within an FMCG or manufacturing environment) Strong attention to detail with a precise and process driven style of working Outstanding aptitude for systems, data and analytics (strong MS Excel skills preferred) Strong planning and organisational skills Ability and willingness to drive and influence change Ambition and a desire to try new things Resilience and desire for continuous improvement Yearning to get involved with both local and global projects A passion for all things coffee and tea What we can offer Best team mates around Intensive induction and support Growth, challenge and the ability to really make a difference Broad, diverse and exposed role Global organisation with long history that we are proud of and a future we™re excited to be creating At JACOBS DOUWE EGBERTS we can offer you the opportunity to join a highly successful global, yet local, coffee company at an exciting time of development and growth. We have a strong focus on developing our team members through a series of on the job challenges, coaching and training with the support of the right tools and technology. This position offers appealing remuneration and a suite of benefits, some of which may include Employee Assistance Program, wellbeing programs, free products, additional leave for you to volunteer or move house, paid parental leave, additional superannuation options, access to professional training and facilities, rewards and recognition programs, option to purchase additional leave, summer hours and so much more We are proud of our collaborative company culture and operate with a team of dedicated professional individuals who share the company strategy and vision. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from a diverse range of suitably qualified candidates. Please be advised that shortlisted candidates may be required to undertake pre-employment medical and background screening including reference checks. If you fit the above description apply online today, or contact Ali Barfoot, Talent Acquisition Manager on + 61 2 95513423 if you have any questions.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator

    HR Coordinator CPB Contractors is the CIMIC Groups construction company and a leading international construction contractor, with operations across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Combining the expertise and track record formerly delivered by Leighton Contractors and Thiess, we deliver projects spanning all key sectors of the construction industry, including roads, rail, tunnelling, defence and building. Our Mission is to generate sustainable returns for our shareholders by delivering projects for our clients, while providing safe, rewarding and fulfilling careers for our people. We need people who are talented, motivated and disciplined, and who have a strong work ethic that drives them to succeed. The Tunnelling Major Projects Business Unit currently has an opportunity for an experienced HR Coordinator to join us for a 12 month parental leave cover position. Reporting to the Business Unit HR Manager, and based in North Sydney, this role will be responsible for Supporting the HRM with remuneration and benefits activities for staff “ including management of promotion and salary increase requests, and the annual remuneration review cycle. Leading the roll out and ongoing maintenance of CIMIC and CPB employee benefits Supporting the HRM with quarterly workforce planning activities Overseeing and supporting the projects with redeployment and resource management Analysis and reporting on HR metrics on a monthly and ad-hoc basis Generalist HR activities for the Business Unit, including ad-hoc recruitment, performance issues and closing out employee enquiries Supporting the projects with compliance to CPB™s HR process and system requirements Taking on the œBU Champion role for payroll issues, and other HR system initiatives About You To be successful in this role you will have Experience working in a similar role, preferably in the construction industry Ability to engage with and influence stakeholders are multiple levels of the organisation Strong analytical skills and attention to detail Ability to effectively manage and deliver against multiple priorities Experience with the Oracle HRIS, PageUp, and some exposure to payroll would be highly regarded Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel, and intermediate proficiency with the other Microsoft Office programs. Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management or a related discipline would be highly regarded This exciting role offers the opportunity to be involved in the delivery Sydneys key infrastructure. To apply, please follow the link below. Evidence of tertiary qualifications and proof of right to work will be required prior to successful appointment. Please note this role is being sourced by CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept unsolicited applications via external recruitment agencies.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator

    HR Coordinator CPB Contractors is the CIMIC Groups construction company and a leading international construction contractor, with operations across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Combining the expertise and track record formerly delivered by Leighton Contractors and Thiess, we deliver projects spanning all key sectors of the construction industry, including roads, rail, tunnelling, defence and building. Our Mission is to generate sustainable returns for our shareholders by delivering projects for our clients, while providing safe, rewarding and fulfilling careers for our people. We need people who are talented, motivated and disciplined, and who have a strong work ethic that drives them to succeed. The Tunnelling Major Projects Business Unit currently has an opportunity for an experienced HR Coordinator to join us for a 12 month parental leave cover position. Reporting to the Business Unit HR Manager, and based in North Sydney, this role will be responsible for Supporting the HRM with remuneration and benefits activities for staff “ including management of promotion and salary increase requests, and the annual remuneration review cycle. Leading the roll out and ongoing maintenance of CIMIC and CPB employee benefits Supporting the HRM with quarterly workforce planning activities Overseeing and supporting the projects with redeployment and resource management Analysis and reporting on HR metrics on a monthly and ad-hoc basis Generalist HR activities for the Business Unit, including ad-hoc recruitment, performance issues and closing out employee enquiries Supporting the projects with compliance to CPB™s HR process and system requirements Taking on the œBU Champion role for payroll issues, and other HR system initiatives About You To be successful in this role you will have Experience working in a similar role, preferably in the construction industry Ability to engage with and influence stakeholders are multiple levels of the organisation Strong analytical skills and attention to detail Ability to effectively manage and deliver against multiple priorities Experience with the Oracle HRIS, PageUp, and some exposure to payroll would be highly regarded Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel, and intermediate proficiency with the other Microsoft Office programs. Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management or a related discipline would be highly regarded This exciting role offers the opportunity to be involved in the delivery Sydneys key infrastructure. To apply, please follow the link below. Evidence of tertiary qualifications and proof of right to work will be required prior to successful appointment. Please note this role is being sourced by CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept unsolicited applications via external recruitment agencies.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner Virbac (Australia) Pty Ltd is a specialist animal health company with our core business in sheep and cattle products, veterinary pharmaceuticals and vaccines, equine products and a wide range of pet care products for dogs and cats. Globally, we are present in more than 100 countries with more than 4,900 employees worldwide. A family company, not only in regards to shareholding, but also through our management principles, our culture and our company values. By working for Virbac, you will enjoy a range of numerous benefits including flexible work arrangements opportunity to purchase additional leave additional superannuation access to a range of free staff products and most importantly, the opportunity to develop your career We have a fabulous opportunity available for a self-motivated HR professional who can demonstrate their ability to work both collaboratively as a team member and independently. In this role you will provide HR support to our Industrial Operations business covering our Penrith, Macquarie Park and Crookwell (country NSW) manufacturing facilities. You will be required to travel between these sites on a regular basis. As an active member of the broader HR team, you will have the opportunity to participate in a range of HR initiatives and projects. Reporting to the Regional HR Director, and working closely with the Director “ Industrial Operations, you will be responsible for implementing best practice, practical human resources solutions and providing advice to management and employees in order to meet current and future business needs, including recruitment resources management, industrial relations (including Award interpretation), training development, performance management, remuneration and benefits and the execution of appropriate HR policies, procedures and projects. In addition to your HR role, you will manage two receptionadministration assistants, who provide support to the broader business. To be successful in this role you will have Ability to build strong trusting work relationships with people at all levels of the business Demonstrated experience in Industrial and Employment Relations, ideally in a manufacturing environment Strong planning, organising and multi-tasking ability Excellent communication skills demonstrating respect, active listening, empathy and providing feedback Ability to analyse problems and situations and participate in identifying effective solutions Ability to influence and persuade others to achieve goals A validcurrent driver™s license and own vehicle. Ideally, you will have a tertiary qualification in Human Resources or a related field, coupled with a minimum of 5-6 years experience in the field of human resources. Experience working in a manufacturing environment will be advantageous. Closing date for applications is 21 June 2019 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 worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Officer

    Global Hospitality Solutions is a leading provider of outsourced services to hotels, serviced apartments and commercial buildings across Australia. With over 2,000 employees and servicing more than 2 million rooms each year, Global Hospitality Solutions provides outsourced housekeeping services to some of the most prestigious global hotel brands. The Human Resources Officer will deliver efficient, effective and consistent HR information, advice and administration support. You will assist in the achievement of business objectives and initiatives during an exciting period of change and a key member of a newly formed local HR team About the role This is a fantastic career opportunity for a suitably qualified and experienced Human Resources Officer. Reporting into the HR Manager, you will support the operations in the day to day HR functions, as well as work closely with the team to implement strategic HR initiatives throughout the Australian business. Key tasks include Provide advice to management regarding HR, employeeindustrial relations, development and performance issues Regular site visits to perform HR business partnering and maintain contact with operational teams Investigating HRIR issues and recommending solutions in accordance with legislation, policy and guidelines Providing advice across a range of IRER issues to key stakeholders Balancing transactional and strategic HR priorities simultaneously About you You are confident in your abilities, an excellent communicator, customer focused and an influential team member. You hold qualifications in HR and have relevant experience in a similar role. You have experienced working within a fast paced industrial environment and are results focused, resilient, resourceful, proactive and flexible. A high level of communication skills with the ability to engage and influence at all levels is essential to the success of this role. Previous proven experience in a complex multi-site business would be highly regarded. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. No agency applications will be considered The application form will include these questions How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations? How many years of in house recruitment experience do you have?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Consultant/Manager

    HR ConsultantManager We have an incredible opportunity for an experienced HR ConsultantManager to join our team on a full time basis for an initial 12 months. This role is unique and will allow you to Work from home 5 days a week with some interstate travel required from time to time Work for a specialist HR Consulting firm where you will receive coaching and support Undertake meaningful and exciting work with our client, where you can truely make an impact. A little bit about us¦ Liquid HR is a HR Consulting firm that was established in 2011 with a vision to become Australia™s premier Human Resources partner for small and medium-sized businesses. Now in 2019, we have offices in Sydney and Melbourne and a team of over 20 Consultants providing leading HR support for businesses across Australia. We place a huge value on respect, flexibility and integrity and we are looking for someone who can join our team that is aligned with those values. The opportunity... We are looking for someone to support our client on a full time basis. This role will involve driving and implementing a number of HR initiatives across the business, as well as streamlining a number of internal HR processes. In particular you will be tasked with HR Compliance Administration - streamlining employment contracts, position descriptions, policies, employee files and HR documentation Workers compensation - effective management of the entire workers compensation process across 5 states Recruitment - development and streamlining of the recruitment process across the business for all vacancies, ensuring that the organisation is able to attract key talent. Workforce Planning - working closely with the operational managers across the business to identify the optimum structure, including implementing labour cost targets and reviewing these on a regular basis to ensure the organisational structure supports the organisations strategic objectives Onboarding - review and implement an engaging onboarding program that will support all new employees during the first 12 months with the business Communication - as the organisations office locations are across a number of states and locations consider the most effective way to ensure employees feel informed and supported in their roles and knowledge sharingbest practice is apparent. Performance and feedback culture - develop and drive a performance feedback culture across the business, including the implementation of tools to support with this. Retention - undertake an analysis of organisational turnover and developdrive initiatives to address any identified areas for focus. Learning and development - assess the organisations current learning and development offer and implement initiatives to ensure this is a key focus and employees not only receive the appropriate training to perform their role, but development opportunities are clearly apparent. Remuneration - work closely with the payroll team to ensure all employees are paid the accurate rate of pay under the relevant award. For award free employees undertake a benchmarking exercise and develop a remuneration framework to ensure the attraction and retention of talent within the business. Employment Relations - management of any employee claimsgrievances in an effective manner in line with legislation. This is a stand alone role, however you will be supported by the Managing Consultant and a HR Advisor on a part time basis to support with daily operational requirements. Are you the person we are looking for? Cultural fit is paramount to us. We all get along well and are extremely passionate about HR and supporting our clients. We are looking for someone who is a great communicator, who has exceptional self-awareness and drive. You are dedicated and personable and have the ability to get into the detail when required, but also take a step back and look at the big picture. You have a great HR skill set that you have obtained from working with a variety of organisations. You have led and rolled out HR projects and have exceptional listening and interpersonal skills to be able to understand and meet the needs of a variety of individuals. This is a great opportunity to create your own work-life balance and join a team who are truly passionate about what they do. If this sounds like the role for you, please submit your cover letter and CV. 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? 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? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Services Advisor

    HR Services Advisor Join a highly collaborative and social HR team Grow your career through a rewarding and challenging role Bring your passion for people to a company that truly cares As part of our centralised HR Services team, the HR Advisor is responsible for delivering professional HR advice, support and coaching on key annual processes, performance management and interpretation of industrial instruments, policies and procedures to all Stockland people managers and employees. The role will provide a high level of customer service, by identifying the customer need, solution options and making recommendations that add value to the business. In addition, the HR Consultant will work in collaboration with the various stakeholders, partnering with the broader HR team to drive ongoing process improvement and identify ways to enhance the employee experience. About you Proven experience in HR, contact centre or similar customer service discipline Knowledge of and experience working with HR policies and procedures essential Experience working in a fast paced, team environment governed by SLAs Proficient in MS Office and the use of HRbusiness systems Knowledge and understanding of relevant ER legislation, performance and grievance handling processes and experience in coaching and advising people managers and employees preferable Currently hold or working towards tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related discipline, or equivalent relevant experience. At Stockland we are a company delivering outcomes that benefit the community at large. We work collaboratively and inclusively, building strong working relationships. Our portfolio is diverse and so are the opportunities for professional and career development. We are committed to providing our people with broad experiences to build a successful career. Stockland has a strong commitment to achieving the best outcomes through an inclusive and collaborative culture. Our customers come from diverse backgrounds and we want our teams to reflect this. We offer competitive remuneration and benefits. Benefits include free to access or subsidised lifestyle, health, well-being and financial services products. Agencies should note that unsolicited resumes will not be accepted for this position and Stockland will not pay any fees related to resumes that are submitted directly to hiring managers and not through our approved process. Where appropriate, the Careers Stockland Team will work with our preferred panel of agencies to source candidates for roles. To find out more visit stockland.com.aucareers

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Services Advisor

    HR Services Advisor Join a highly collaborative and social HR team Grow your career through a rewarding and challenging role Bring your passion for people to a company that truly cares As part of our centralised HR Services team, the HR Advisor is responsible for delivering professional HR advice, support and coaching on key annual processes, performance management and interpretation of industrial instruments, policies and procedures to all Stockland people managers and employees. The role will provide a high level of customer service, by identifying the customer need, solution options and making recommendations that add value to the business. In addition, the HR Consultant will work in collaboration with the various stakeholders, partnering with the broader HR team to drive ongoing process improvement and identify ways to enhance the employee experience. About you Proven experience in HR, contact centre or similar customer service discipline Knowledge of and experience working with HR policies and procedures essential Experience working in a fast paced, team environment governed by SLAs Proficient in MS Office and the use of HRbusiness systems Knowledge and understanding of relevant ER legislation, performance and grievance handling processes and experience in coaching and advising people managers and employees preferable Currently hold or working towards tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related discipline, or equivalent relevant experience. At Stockland we are a company delivering outcomes that benefit the community at large. We work collaboratively and inclusively, building strong working relationships. Our portfolio is diverse and so are the opportunities for professional and career development. We are committed to providing our people with broad experiences to build a successful career. Stockland has a strong commitment to achieving the best outcomes through an inclusive and collaborative culture. Our customers come from diverse backgrounds and we want our teams to reflect this. We offer competitive remuneration and benefits. Benefits include free to access or subsidised lifestyle, health, well-being and financial services products. Agencies should note that unsolicited resumes will not be accepted for this position and Stockland will not pay any fees related to resumes that are submitted directly to hiring managers and not through our approved process. Where appropriate, the Careers Stockland Team will work with our preferred panel of agencies to source candidates for roles. To find out more visit stockland.com.aucareers

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner Overview Partner with Global HR for the accountability for human resources management of the Operations Technology (OT) team and the developmentroll out of our Tech Hub strategy Partners closely with business leaders to implement HR Strategy Partners with COEs, GBSC and other HRBPs to ensure processes and initiatives are successfully implemented and effectively developed Applies 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 Role Implements HR strategies and talent initiatives for a function or local market Oversees the delivery of HR projects and programs and monitors progress against timelines and budgets Delivers communication for talent planning, Compensation planning and change-management processes Partners with management to ensure a successful performance management process and a successful change management delivery Responsible for planning and implementing leadership development, performance management, rewards and change management initiatives Participates in the day-to-day delivery of local HR operations and serves as the first point of contact for all regional HR inquiries Oversees surveys, data collection and reporting to apply quantitative and qualitative data to HR process improvement and development Responsible for management and delivery of audit reports and data for in country requests Drive the identification of automation opportunities to improve data flows in and out of the HR function locally Create and maintain a repository for HR tender information responses including collating existing information and preparing data points for typical information requests Maintain in country HR calendar to incorporate central initiatives as well as bespoke local activities across the spectrum of HR deliverables All About You Suitable candidates will bring previous HR Business Partner experience and demonstrated success coordinating and delivering corporate HR programsprocesses (e.g., talent management, year-end compensation planning) and reporting on progress Demonstrated success when consulting with leaders and other stakeholders on the local HR issues Experience building relationships and collaborating with other key stakeholders This is a 7 month HR Business Partner (maternity leave) position with a proposed start in June. To be considered for this role, please submit your application via the below URL httpsmastercard.wd1.myworkdayjobs.comCorporateCareersjobSt-Leonards-SydneyManager--Human-Resources-Business-PartnerR-83289 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?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner Overview Partner with Global HR for the accountability for human resources management of the Operations Technology (OT) team and the developmentroll out of our Tech Hub strategy Partners closely with business leaders to implement HR Strategy Partners with COEs, GBSC and other HRBPs to ensure processes and initiatives are successfully implemented and effectively developed Applies 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 Role Implements HR strategies and talent initiatives for a function or local market Oversees the delivery of HR projects and programs and monitors progress against timelines and budgets Delivers communication for talent planning, Compensation planning and change-management processes Partners with management to ensure a successful performance management process and a successful change management delivery Responsible for planning and implementing leadership development, performance management, rewards and change management initiatives Participates in the day-to-day delivery of local HR operations and serves as the first point of contact for all regional HR inquiries Oversees surveys, data collection and reporting to apply quantitative and qualitative data to HR process improvement and development Responsible for management and delivery of audit reports and data for in country requests Drive the identification of automation opportunities to improve data flows in and out of the HR function locally Create and maintain a repository for HR tender information responses including collating existing information and preparing data points for typical information requests Maintain in country HR calendar to incorporate central initiatives as well as bespoke local activities across the spectrum of HR deliverables All About You Suitable candidates will bring previous HR Business Partner experience and demonstrated success coordinating and delivering corporate HR programsprocesses (e.g., talent management, year-end compensation planning) and reporting on progress Demonstrated success when consulting with leaders and other stakeholders on the local HR issues Experience building relationships and collaborating with other key stakeholders This is a 7 month HR Business Partner (maternity leave) position with a proposed start in June. To be considered for this role, please submit your application via the below URL httpsmastercard.wd1.myworkdayjobs.comCorporateCareersjobSt-Leonards-SydneyManager--Human-Resources-Business-PartnerR-83289 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?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior HR Advisor - L&D Focus

    Senior HR Advisor - LD Focus CPB Contractors is the CIMIC Groups construction company and a leading international construction contractor, with operations across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Combining the expertise and track record formerly delivered by Leighton Contractors and Thiess, we deliver projects spanning all key sectors of the construction industry, including roads, rail, tunnelling, defence and building. Our Mission is to generate sustainable returns for our shareholders by delivering projects for our clients, while providing safe, rewarding and fulfilling careers for our people. We need people who are talented, motivated and disciplined, and who have a strong work ethic that drives them to succeed. The Tunnelling Major Projects Business Unit currently has a 12 month fixed term opportunity for a Senior HR Advisor, with a strong LD focus, to join the team. Reporting to the Business Unit HR Manager, and based in North Sydney, this role will be responsible for Leadership of the implementation of all CIMIC and CPB training requirements across the Business Unit and projects Leading the management and coordination of the CIMIC Graduate Program for the Business unit, including the selection, onboarding, rotation management and ongoing coachingsupport for all graduates in the program within the Tunnelling Major Projects division Developing, implementing and championing the full range of diversity and social inclusion initiatives across the Business Unit Championing and implementing the performance and development review process for the business unit and support the projects to achieve positive participation and development outcomes Coordination and facilitation of the CPB Business Unit induction for new starters Management of the review and approval of professional development requests from employees within the Business Unit in line with policy Provision of support and input to tenders and EOI™s with regards to Training and Workforce Development strategies for upcoming projects About You To be successful in this role you will have Experience working in a similar role, preferably in the construction industry Tertiary qualifications in a Human Resources Management, Learning and Development or a related discipline. Ability to engage with and influence stakeholders are multiple levels of the organisation Experience managing relationships with external training providers Ability to effectively manage and deliver against multiple priorities Experience with online training databases, or competency management systems would be highly regarded Proficient use of Microsoft Office This exciting role offers the opportunity to be involved in the delivery Sydneys key infrastructure. To apply, please follow the link below. Evidence of tertiary qualifications and proof of right to work will be required prior to successful appointment. Please note this role is being sourced by CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept unsolicited applications via external recruitment agencies.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior HR Advisor - L&D Focus

    Senior HR Advisor - LD Focus CPB Contractors is the CIMIC Groups construction company and a leading international construction contractor, with operations across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Combining the expertise and track record formerly delivered by Leighton Contractors and Thiess, we deliver projects spanning all key sectors of the construction industry, including roads, rail, tunnelling, defence and building. Our Mission is to generate sustainable returns for our shareholders by delivering projects for our clients, while providing safe, rewarding and fulfilling careers for our people. We need people who are talented, motivated and disciplined, and who have a strong work ethic that drives them to succeed. The Tunnelling Major Projects Business Unit currently has a 12 month fixed term opportunity for a Senior HR Advisor, with a strong LD focus, to join the team. Reporting to the Business Unit HR Manager, and based in North Sydney, this role will be responsible for Leadership of the implementation of all CIMIC and CPB training requirements across the Business Unit and projects Leading the management and coordination of the CIMIC Graduate Program for the Business unit, including the selection, onboarding, rotation management and ongoing coachingsupport for all graduates in the program within the Tunnelling Major Projects division Developing, implementing and championing the full range of diversity and social inclusion initiatives across the Business Unit Championing and implementing the performance and development review process for the business unit and support the projects to achieve positive participation and development outcomes Coordination and facilitation of the CPB Business Unit induction for new starters Management of the review and approval of professional development requests from employees within the Business Unit in line with policy Provision of support and input to tenders and EOI™s with regards to Training and Workforce Development strategies for upcoming projects About You To be successful in this role you will have Experience working in a similar role, preferably in the construction industry Tertiary qualifications in a Human Resources Management, Learning and Development or a related discipline. Ability to engage with and influence stakeholders are multiple levels of the organisation Experience managing relationships with external training providers Ability to effectively manage and deliver against multiple priorities Experience with online training databases, or competency management systems would be highly regarded Proficient use of Microsoft Office This exciting role offers the opportunity to be involved in the delivery Sydneys key infrastructure. To apply, please follow the link below. Evidence of tertiary qualifications and proof of right to work will be required prior to successful appointment. Please note this role is being sourced by CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept unsolicited applications via external recruitment agencies.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Administrator

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Events and Partnerships Officer - Data61

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Talent Acquisition Partner

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    location Windsor Rd, Winston Hills NSW 2153, Australia


  • HR Coordinator

    Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management or a related discipline would be highly regarded. Evidence of tertiary qualifications and proof of right to...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

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    location Warringah Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


  • HR Manager

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Consultant

    AMP Capital is a specialist investment manager with offices in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, Hong Kong, India, London, Chicago, New York, California,...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Consultant

    AMP Capital is a specialist investment manager with offices in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, Hong Kong, India, London, Chicago, New York, California,...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    HR Administrator TPG is driven by the belief that every person and organisation should have access to strong, reliable and affordable communication services. TPG is a highly successful ASX listed company founded in Australia in 1986. The TPG group of companies employs over 6000 people globally and offers a wide range of communication services to all types of customers from residential to the largest of private and government organisations. Today TPG is actively building and operating a global telecommunications business with brand new 5G ready national mobile networks currently under construction in Australia and Singapore. We also own and operate an extensive inter-capital and metropolitan fibre optic network throughout Australia and a submarine cable connecting Australia and Guam with onwards connectivity to USA and Asia. About the Role We are seeking the assistance of an enthusiastic and detail orientated individual to administer functions of our HR and Payroll operations. This role is based in our head office at Macquarie Park, reporting to a Payroll Manager. You will be working with a friendly and supportive team of HR and payroll professionals. This is a new role and would suit a range of different experiences. The ideal person would be able to commit to five days per week, five hours per day. However, there may be some flexibility for the right person. This role will involve a range of administrative type activities, primarily Processing employee travel requests using Corporate Traveller. Coordinating the allocation of employee mobile handsets and associated staff telecommunication services. Maintaining the companys time and attendance system. Collating various payroll claims in preparation for processing. Assisting with the recruitment process including shortlisting applications, phone interviewing and reference checking where appropriate. Assist with general office management activities as required. Although the tasks described above can be quite repetitive at times they are important to the business and its employees. Its a great introduction to our business and may prove to be just the right entry point for someone looking to kick start or restart a career in a corporate environment. We think this is also an ideal role for someone who would like to work close to home or perhaps is currently studying and able to work the required hours at the same time. We have free car parking on site and are very close to Macquarie Park train station and a bus stop. Walking distance to Macquarie Shopping Centre. About the Person The ideal person will possess the following skills, abilities and experience Previous experience in an office administration role or an impressive history of working in a customer service environment. Very good MS Office skills and able to pick up new software and applications quickly. Strong attention to detail and very good mathematical skills. Highly efficient and accurate work quality. Very good organisation skills and a strong ability to handle multiple tasks whilst still meeting deadlines. Strong written and oral communication skills are very important. Must have a positive, can do attitude. A people person with excellent phone manner is a must Applicants with completed tertiary qualifications in a related area will be regarded highly. For more information about TPG please visit our website www.tpg.com.au. Other opportunities at TPG can be found on Seek and our LinkedIn page httpsau.linkedin.comcompanytpgtelecom. Only applicants with unlimited rights to work in Australia will be considered. Due to the high volume of applications we receive for our vacancies we are unable to respond to each application.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    HR Administrator TPG is driven by the belief that every person and organisation should have access to strong, reliable and affordable communication services. TPG is a highly successful ASX listed company founded in Australia in 1986. The TPG group of companies employs over 6000 people globally and offers a wide range of communication services to all types of customers from residential to the largest of private and government organisations. Today TPG is actively building and operating a global telecommunications business with brand new 5G ready national mobile networks currently under construction in Australia and Singapore. We also own and operate an extensive inter-capital and metropolitan fibre optic network throughout Australia and a submarine cable connecting Australia and Guam with onwards connectivity to USA and Asia. About the Role We are seeking the assistance of an enthusiastic and detail orientated individual to administer functions of our HR and Payroll operations. This role is based in our head office at Macquarie Park, reporting to a Payroll Manager. You will be working with a friendly and supportive team of HR and payroll professionals. This is a new role and would suit a range of different experiences. The ideal person would be able to commit to five days per week, five hours per day. However, there may be some flexibility for the right person. This role will involve a range of administrative type activities, primarily Processing employee travel requests using Corporate Traveller. Coordinating the allocation of employee mobile handsets and associated staff telecommunication services. Maintaining the companys time and attendance system. Collating various payroll claims in preparation for processing. Assisting with the recruitment process including shortlisting applications, phone interviewing and reference checking where appropriate. Assist with general office management activities as required. Although the tasks described above can be quite repetitive at times they are important to the business and its employees. Its a great introduction to our business and may prove to be just the right entry point for someone looking to kick start or restart a career in a corporate environment. We think this is also an ideal role for someone who would like to work close to home or perhaps is currently studying and able to work the required hours at the same time. We have free car parking on site and are very close to Macquarie Park train station and a bus stop. Walking distance to Macquarie Shopping Centre. About the Person The ideal person will possess the following skills, abilities and experience Previous experience in an office administration role or an impressive history of working in a customer service environment. Very good MS Office skills and able to pick up new software and applications quickly. Strong attention to detail and very good mathematical skills. Highly efficient and accurate work quality. Very good organisation skills and a strong ability to handle multiple tasks whilst still meeting deadlines. Strong written and oral communication skills are very important. Must have a positive, can do attitude. A people person with excellent phone manner is a must Applicants with completed tertiary qualifications in a related area will be regarded highly. For more information about TPG please visit our website www.tpg.com.au. Other opportunities at TPG can be found on Seek and our LinkedIn page httpsau.linkedin.comcompanytpgtelecom. Only applicants with unlimited rights to work in Australia will be considered. Due to the high volume of applications we receive for our vacancies we are unable to respond to each application.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Assistant

    JOIN OUR TEAM HR Assistant 45 per hour + superannuation Immediate start, full-time availability initially required Macquarie University (North Ryde) location The Role A fantastic casual opportunity has arisen for an HR Assistant to provide administrative support for all aspects of the employee life cycle, from recruitment and induction up to termination. About You You will have a great attention to detail, experience working within HR in an administrative capacity and excellent interpersonal skills. You will have a client focused approach and thrive working in a fast-paced environment. Your fantastic organisational skills and ability to liaise effectively with staff whilst maintaining confidentiality will set you up for success in this role. Application Requirements You must be able to start immediately and initially be available to work approximately 35 hours per week (expected period around 2-3 months). Please note your availability in your application. This role will require a criminal history check. Please note, current students of Macquarie University will not be eligible to apply for this role, due to access to confidential staff information. Enquiries Sarah Rowsell, HR Consultant on sarah.rowsellmq.edu.au Applications Close Sunday, 16 June 2019 at 11.55pm Macquarie University is an EO Employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications are encouraged from people with a disability women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles) Indigenous Australians, people who identify as GLBTI and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Applications need to be submitted through the Macquarie University online recruitment system. Where circumstances such as disability or remote location prohibit your access to our online system please contact the enquiries person listed in this advertisement for assistance.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Assistant

    JOIN OUR TEAM HR Assistant 45 per hour + superannuation Immediate start, full-time availability initially required Macquarie University (North Ryde) location The Role A fantastic casual opportunity has arisen for an HR Assistant to provide administrative support for all aspects of the employee life cycle, from recruitment and induction up to termination. About You You will have a great attention to detail, experience working within HR in an administrative capacity and excellent interpersonal skills. You will have a client focused approach and thrive working in a fast-paced environment. Your fantastic organisational skills and ability to liaise effectively with staff whilst maintaining confidentiality will set you up for success in this role. Application Requirements You must be able to start immediately and initially be available to work approximately 35 hours per week (expected period around 2-3 months). Please note your availability in your application. This role will require a criminal history check. Please note, current students of Macquarie University will not be eligible to apply for this role, due to access to confidential staff information. Enquiries Sarah Rowsell, HR Consultant on sarah.rowsellmq.edu.au Applications Close Sunday, 16 June 2019 at 11.55pm Macquarie University is an EO Employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications are encouraged from people with a disability women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles) Indigenous Australians, people who identify as GLBTI and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Applications need to be submitted through the Macquarie University online recruitment system. Where circumstances such as disability or remote location prohibit your access to our online system please contact the enquiries person listed in this advertisement for assistance.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Assistant

    JOIN OUR TEAM HR Assistant 45 per hour + superannuation Immediate start, full-time availability initially required Macquarie University (North Ryde) location The Role A fantastic casual opportunity has arisen for an HR Assistant to provide administrative support for all aspects of the employee life cycle, from recruitment and induction up to termination. About You You will have a great attention to detail, experience working within HR in an administrative capacity and excellent interpersonal skills. You will have a client focused approach and thrive working in a fast-paced environment. Your fantastic organisational skills and ability to liaise effectively with staff whilst maintaining confidentiality will set you up for success in this role. Application Requirements You must be able to start immediately and initially be available to work approximately 35 hours per week (expected period around 2-3 months). Please note your availability in your application. This role will require a criminal history check. Please note, current students of Macquarie University will not be eligible to apply for this role, due to access to confidential staff information. Enquiries Sarah Rowsell, HR Consultant on sarah.rowsellmq.edu.au Applications Close Sunday, 16 June 2019 at 11.55pm Macquarie University is an EO Employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications are encouraged from people with a disability women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles) Indigenous Australians, people who identify as GLBTI and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Applications need to be submitted through the Macquarie University online recruitment system. Where circumstances such as disability or remote location prohibit your access to our online system please contact the enquiries person listed in this advertisement for assistance.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Assistant

    JOIN OUR TEAM HR Assistant 45 per hour + superannuation Immediate start, full-time availability initially required Macquarie University (North Ryde) location The Role A fantastic casual opportunity has arisen for an HR Assistant to provide administrative support for all aspects of the employee life cycle, from recruitment and induction up to termination. About You You will have a great attention to detail, experience working within HR in an administrative capacity and excellent interpersonal skills. You will have a client focused approach and thrive working in a fast-paced environment. Your fantastic organisational skills and ability to liaise effectively with staff whilst maintaining confidentiality will set you up for success in this role. Application Requirements You must be able to start immediately and initially be available to work approximately 35 hours per week (expected period around 2-3 months). Please note your availability in your application. This role will require a criminal history check. Please note, current students of Macquarie University will not be eligible to apply for this role, due to access to confidential staff information. Enquiries Sarah Rowsell, HR Consultant on sarah.rowsellmq.edu.au Applications Close Sunday, 16 June 2019 at 11.55pm Macquarie University is an EO Employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications are encouraged from people with a disability women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles) Indigenous Australians, people who identify as GLBTI and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Applications need to be submitted through the Macquarie University online recruitment system. Where circumstances such as disability or remote location prohibit your access to our online system please contact the enquiries person listed in this advertisement for assistance.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Interim HR Generalist / Manager

    Interim HR Generalist Manager FAST PACED CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION IMMEDIATE START 6+ MTHS CONTRACT LOW-MID 100ks An exceptional and inspiring HR Executive we placed with this award winning, market leading Global FMCG business is looking for immediate support. They are looking for a bright spark to help them in building a world-class employee experience and value proposition. What is exciting about this role? work with an innovative and pragmatic HR leader as they reshape their team and the wider organisation globally you will have the opportunity to truly operate across the full spectrum of HR on a daily basis and plenty of scope to improve and clarify processes and work on projects provide trusted advice and support to leaders regarding people operations work closely with the organisation as they build their employer brand to attract talent You will love this opportunity if you are still relatively early in your career but have experience across most facets of HR and are confident enough to offer sound advice and guidance to HR leaders, clients and employees given the pace of work required, at least 2 years demonstrated Australian legislative experience is essential and UK legislative experience would be desirable can oscillate between revising organisational policies to advising an employee on their leave balance to supporting a senior manager prepare to deliver a difficult performance conversation are passionate about producing high quality work at pace with exceptional attention to detail thrive on being asked to do things you haven™t done before and gain satisfaction in figuring out how to do them are curious to ask questions, keep learning and building your career love walking the floors and building a deep understanding of how the business works from the ground up Please apply if you have had experience in working across all elements of the employee lifecycle within a fast paced Australian work environment. 6 month contract to commence with strong potential to extend or go permanent. Ideally, the successful candidate will be able to start ASAP or no later than the week commencing 24th June so please do apply immediately if you are interested

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Graduate HR Coordinator - Rosehill based

    Graduate HR Coordinator - Rosehill based Veolia Australia New Zealand is the only global company to provide a full range of environmental services in the fields of water solutions, waste management solutions and energy solutions. With the global expertise gained from serving the environment for more than 150 years, Veolia operates in more than 40 countries around the world, with well over a hundred sites and approximately 4000 employees in Australia. Reporting to the NSW Talent Acquisition Manager, the Graduate HR Coordinator will Assist with the end to end recruitment service that includes the attraction and sourcing of talent as well as assist with HR related administrative tasks such as organising pre-employment medicals, reference checks and contract generation. Key Responsibilities (but not limited to) Assist with the end to end recruitment process for NSW roles Writing and posting job adverts Screening candidates Organise interviews Liaise with line-managers during the interview process Oversee the coordination of employment medicals Conduct reference checks. Coordinate the completion of letters of offer, probation letters, general letters as required Provide general administrative assistance and participate in the implementation of ER programs and policies Maintain and issue new starter kits In conjunction with the HR Advisors ensure payroll information is provided to the Payroll Officer in a timely manner to ensure payment is processed accurately and efficiently Ensure personnel files are established and maintained in accordance with Veolia guidelines for all employees The successful candidate requirements Tertiary qualification in HR or equivalent industry experience in a similar role Demonstrated experience providing an end to end recruitment service in either an agency or in-house role with experience in e-recruitment processes Demonstrated experience in general HR administration, coordination and planning Demonstrated experience in executing strategic sourcing approaches including LinkedIn and Professional Networking Demonstrated capacity to effectively communicate, promote and uphold HR initiatives and values, including discretion and confidentiality A strong focus in supporting and driving diversity and inclusion activities in recruitment Well-developed organisational and administrative skills, including strong attention to detail and the ability to prioritise and control own workload Effective communication skills (Written Verbal) Effective interpersonal skills, including the ability to clarify, time manage, resolve issues and make decisions Ability to partner with Business Units with limited supervision and establish and maintain ongoing effective relationships with partners This position presents as an excellent opportunity for an ambitious, career-minded individual with a genuine desire to succeed. In return for your skills, experience and commitment we offer an attractive remuneration package including staff benefits, health and wellbeing programs, a great working environment and a chance to join a global organisation that is at the forefront of the circular economy, resourcing the world. As part of the recruitment process, candidates will be required to undertake a pre-employment medical, fill out a characteristic profile survey on line and other relevant background checks. At Veolia we value diversity, equality and inclusion, we are committed to providing working environments where everyone is included and treated fairly and with respect. We welcome and encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent and people from diverse backgrounds to apply. For more information, visit www.veolia.com.aucareers

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Graduate HR Coordinator - Rosehill based

    Graduate HR Coordinator - Rosehill based Veolia Australia New Zealand is the only global company to provide a full range of environmental services in the fields of water solutions, waste management solutions and energy solutions. With the global expertise gained from serving the environment for more than 150 years, Veolia operates in more than 40 countries around the world, with well over a hundred sites and approximately 4000 employees in Australia. Reporting to the NSW Talent Acquisition Manager, the Graduate HR Coordinator will Assist with the end to end recruitment service that includes the attraction and sourcing of talent as well as assist with HR related administrative tasks such as organising pre-employment medicals, reference checks and contract generation. Key Responsibilities (but not limited to) Assist with the end to end recruitment process for NSW roles Writing and posting job adverts Screening candidates Organise interviews Liaise with line-managers during the interview process Oversee the coordination of employment medicals Conduct reference checks. Coordinate the completion of letters of offer, probation letters, general letters as required Provide general administrative assistance and participate in the implementation of ER programs and policies Maintain and issue new starter kits In conjunction with the HR Advisors ensure payroll information is provided to the Payroll Officer in a timely manner to ensure payment is processed accurately and efficiently Ensure personnel files are established and maintained in accordance with Veolia guidelines for all employees The successful candidate requirements Tertiary qualification in HR or equivalent industry experience in a similar role Demonstrated experience providing an end to end recruitment service in either an agency or in-house role with experience in e-recruitment processes Demonstrated experience in general HR administration, coordination and planning Demonstrated experience in executing strategic sourcing approaches including LinkedIn and Professional Networking Demonstrated capacity to effectively communicate, promote and uphold HR initiatives and values, including discretion and confidentiality A strong focus in supporting and driving diversity and inclusion activities in recruitment Well-developed organisational and administrative skills, including strong attention to detail and the ability to prioritise and control own workload Effective communication skills (Written Verbal) Effective interpersonal skills, including the ability to clarify, time manage, resolve issues and make decisions Ability to partner with Business Units with limited supervision and establish and maintain ongoing effective relationships with partners This position presents as an excellent opportunity for an ambitious, career-minded individual with a genuine desire to succeed. In return for your skills, experience and commitment we offer an attractive remuneration package including staff benefits, health and wellbeing programs, a great working environment and a chance to join a global organisation that is at the forefront of the circular economy, resourcing the world. As part of the recruitment process, candidates will be required to undertake a pre-employment medical, fill out a characteristic profile survey on line and other relevant background checks. At Veolia we value diversity, equality and inclusion, we are committed to providing working environments where everyone is included and treated fairly and with respect. We welcome and encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent and people from diverse backgrounds to apply. For more information, visit www.veolia.com.aucareers

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Researcher - Davidson Executive & Boards

    Researcher - Davidson Executive Boards Be part of Australia™s leading Executive recruitment team Enhance the workplace performance of prominent organisations Values-based team supporting flexibility At Davidson we live by the philosophy that it is not the leader™s role to build the business rather leaders build great teams and great teams build great businesses. We are creating a legacy as a market leader in workplace performance and we need committed and passionate people to join our organisation to help us realise our Vision. Our Values are the foundation of our business. Our first Value is 1+1, it™s all about teamwork. We believe that none of us can achieve our full potential on our own. By generously helping each other to succeed, each of us will achieve more than we could have alone. The Executive Boards team are seeking an experienced ResourcerResearcher to support Executive Search assignments by identifying and engaging talent using various online sourcing strategies and channels. Key responsibilities in this critical role include Talent identification and market mapping Candidate approaches Candidate screening Assisting with client proposals, longlist and shortlist presentations Other ad hoc duties as required We are seeking a committed and collaborative individual with A flexible working style and the ability to work with different stakeholders Developed problem-solving skills Acute attention to detail Effective communication skills Excellent time management skills to manage multiple assignments concurrently If this describes you, find out more by contacting Nicole Cain, Head of Research NSW on 02 8093 0631 or Antonia Lao, Principal Researcher on 03 9929 9516. Want to know more about Davidson Executive Boards? Visit us at www.davidsonexecutive.com davidsonexecutive.com BRISBANE MELBOURNE SYDNEY

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Researcher - Davidson Executive & Boards

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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Researcher - Davidson Executive & Boards

    Researcher - Davidson Executive Boards Be part of Australia™s leading Executive recruitment team Enhance the workplace performance of prominent organisations Values-based team supporting flexibility At Davidson we live by the philosophy that it is not the leader™s role to build the business rather leaders build great teams and great teams build great businesses. We are creating a legacy as a market leader in workplace performance and we need committed and passionate people to join our organisation to help us realise our Vision. Our Values are the foundation of our business. Our first Value is 1+1, it™s all about teamwork. We believe that none of us can achieve our full potential on our own. By generously helping each other to succeed, each of us will achieve more than we could have alone. The Executive Boards team are seeking an experienced ResourcerResearcher to support Executive Search assignments by identifying and engaging talent using various online sourcing strategies and channels. Key responsibilities in this critical role include Talent identification and market mapping Candidate approaches Candidate screening Assisting with client proposals, longlist and shortlist presentations Other ad hoc duties as required We are seeking a committed and collaborative individual with A flexible working style and the ability to work with different stakeholders Developed problem-solving skills Acute attention to detail Effective communication skills Excellent time management skills to manage multiple assignments concurrently If this describes you, find out more by contacting Nicole Cain, Head of Research NSW on 02 8093 0631 or Antonia Lao, Principal Researcher on 03 9929 9516. Want to know more about Davidson Executive Boards? Visit us at www.davidsonexecutive.com davidsonexecutive.com BRISBANE MELBOURNE SYDNEY

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    Human Resources Assistant Full-Time Law Partners is Australias largest specialist personal injury firm, helping thousands of Australians every year get the compensation they deserve. A unique opportunity currently exists for a full-time Human Resources Assistant to join our Sydney CBD office. About the Role This role is for a dynamic, energetic HR Assistant with at least one years HR experience, ideally gained within a professional services environment. Absolute client care drives everything we do at Law Partners so youll need to confident working in a very busy, client-centric environment. You™ll also be working with a relatively young team of very driven, high-achieving lawyers, paralegals. managers and staff who are absolutely passionate about what they do. With a proven track record in end to end recruitment, you will also have the drive to ensure the best candidate and employee experience possible and your organisational and communication skills will set you apart from the rest. Based in our modern, conveniently located Sydney CBD office and reporting to the HR Manager, you will be involved with all facets of the HR function, with a particular emphasis on recruitment as the firm in currently enjoying continued growth. The role will involve End to end recruitment and selection function of staff across all offices Coordinate the on-boarding of all new staff Assist in the coordination of the firm™s mandatory continuing professional development (CPD) and other training programs Coordinate all staff leave requests Coordinate HR information on the firm™s intranet Purchase gifts for staff Participation in HR projects and initiatives as directed About You The key to your success in this role will be your confident and articulate communication skills, both written and verbal. To be considered for this role you must have 1+ years prior HR experience, ideally gained within a professional services environment Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills A hard working and dedicated approach A friendly, down to earth nature that enjoys working as part of a team Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision Ability to commit to full-time employment (830am - 530pm) Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management preferred however, those studying will be considered if they possess the requisite experience The Benefits A rewarding role with a healthy worklife balance and a positive and friendly working environment Generous salary Career development opportunities Ongoing mentoring by an approachable manager Social events Low staff turnover If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you. Click the APPLY button below or contact us for more information. Previous applicants need not apply. No Agencies please. Sydney Parramatta Penrith Blacktown Norwest Liverpool Campbelltown Rockdale Miranda Wollongong Central Coast Newcastle Port Macquarie 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 many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    Human Resources Assistant Full-Time Law Partners is Australias largest specialist personal injury firm, helping thousands of Australians every year get the compensation they deserve. A unique opportunity currently exists for a full-time Human Resources Assistant to join our Sydney CBD office. About the Role This role is for a dynamic, energetic HR Assistant with at least one years HR experience, ideally gained within a professional services environment. Absolute client care drives everything we do at Law Partners so youll need to confident working in a very busy, client-centric environment. You™ll also be working with a relatively young team of very driven, high-achieving lawyers, paralegals. managers and staff who are absolutely passionate about what they do. With a proven track record in end to end recruitment, you will also have the drive to ensure the best candidate and employee experience possible and your organisational and communication skills will set you apart from the rest. Based in our modern, conveniently located Sydney CBD office and reporting to the HR Manager, you will be involved with all facets of the HR function, with a particular emphasis on recruitment as the firm in currently enjoying continued growth. The role will involve End to end recruitment and selection function of staff across all offices Coordinate the on-boarding of all new staff Assist in the coordination of the firm™s mandatory continuing professional development (CPD) and other training programs Coordinate all staff leave requests Coordinate HR information on the firm™s intranet Purchase gifts for staff Participation in HR projects and initiatives as directed About You The key to your success in this role will be your confident and articulate communication skills, both written and verbal. To be considered for this role you must have 1+ years prior HR experience, ideally gained within a professional services environment Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills A hard working and dedicated approach A friendly, down to earth nature that enjoys working as part of a team Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision Ability to commit to full-time employment (830am - 530pm) Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management preferred however, those studying will be considered if they possess the requisite experience The Benefits A rewarding role with a healthy worklife balance and a positive and friendly working environment Generous salary Career development opportunities Ongoing mentoring by an approachable manager Social events Low staff turnover If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you. Click the APPLY button below or contact us for more information. Previous applicants need not apply. No Agencies please. Sydney Parramatta Penrith Blacktown Norwest Liverpool Campbelltown Rockdale Miranda Wollongong Central Coast Newcastle Port Macquarie 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 many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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