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Safety and Wellbeing Adviser

Based at our Head office in Kelvin Grove, the purpose of this role is provide guidance to ensure that all legislative and operational health, safety and wellbeing requirements are met and the safety and wellbeing of employees and customers remain at the highest standard. About the role Evaluate incident notifications and support the undertaking of investigations to establish root causes with Supervisors and Managers Collaborate with sites to conduct audits to identify and minimise health and safety risks to employees including facilitating risk assessments and identifying unsafe acts, conditions and hazards, and assisting with recommendations for corrective action and implementing effective solutions Provide advice in line with Legislation, Standards, Codes of Practice and organisational policies and procedures Assist in the implementation of health and safety systems, policies and practice Assist in the delivery of safety training programs which up-skill staff and managers with safety knowledge and hazard management Support health and safety committees and representatives for specific portfolios. Analyse, understand and apply safety data to assist in the identification and management of risk and determine key issues related to incidents, injuries and wellbeing Provide excellent customer service and build and maintain effective relationships with key internal and external stakeholders What do we need from you? Minimum 2 years™ experience in relevant health and safety field Demonstrated knowledge, understanding and ability to apply the Work Health Safety Legislation and relevant Standards and Codes of Practice Knowledge of a range of working at heights, hazardous substances, manual handling in health care, general manual handling and ergonomics Competent computer skills including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and database management Proven experience in providing advice in Health, Safety and Wellbeing in a customer-focused service environment Ability to build effective relationships with stakeholders through effective professional communication Essential conditions Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety or relevant discipline, or experience deemed equivalent Federal Police Clearance must be attained Current drivers licence Regular travel across Queensland NSW is required Our People Provide support on work health and safety matters, developing a culture that recognises the importance of safety and continuous improvement. We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion. We recognise a diverse workforce contributes to better business outcomes. We are committed to creating a workplace where all employees have equal access. Our Story More services, supporting and enabling more people right across the country. That™s the reason RSL Care and RDNS came together. While some things change, some important things won™t. Our long held values of compassion and respect remain at the heart of everything we do. Our combined experience of over 200 years of service means we can deliver the highest standard of professional support and clinical care. Apply now Our application process takes less than 10 minutes. APPLY today

Brisbane QLD 4059, Australia


Talent Acquisition Specialist/ Lead

Innovative, collaborative and positive team-orientated environment Award winning PC team named among the most innovative for 2018 in HRD Convenient Randwick location, close to transport Children™s Cancer Institute is the only medical research institute in Australia wholly dedicated to curing childhood cancer and one of the leading medical childhood cancer research institutes worldwide. Our vision is to save the lives of all children with cancer and improve their long-term health, we don™t just hope to do it, we will do it and we™re looking for the brightest minds to help us get there. Children™s Cancer Institute provides the best possible environment for our staff thrive with state-of-the-art facilities at the Lowy Cancer Research Centre, UNSW Australia “ one of the leading cancer research centres in the world. We currently have a newly created opportunity for a creative and dedicated Talent Acquisition Specialist Lead to join our award winning People Culture team on a full-time permanent basis. The Talent Acquisition Specialist Lead is responsible for the operation, coordination and improvement of the recruitment process that supports workforce engagement and longevity at the Institute. As a key driver in the implementation of a recruitment strategy, your main focus will be providing efficient, proactive and quality end-to-end recruitment services to meet the current and future needs of the business. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to Manage the end to end talent life cycle Recruit, talented, engaged and high performing team members to meet resourcing requirements for the Institute and expectations of individual Hiring Managers with tailored best practice talent methodology Support, communicate and educate Institute stakeholders on the effective use of HR tools, policies, systems and processes which govern the talent life cycle Provide ongoing and quality talent metrics and analysis to support the employment lifecycle to effectively monitor, manage and plan organisational recruitment activities Analyse recruitment agency activities and reporting on performance, return on investment in terms of cost per hire and time agency spent on hire, longevity of candidate in role, and internal time spent on role Strategically build the talent function through innovative positive working relationships, talent plans, succession planning, talent tookits, exciting talent projects and refining promoting the EVP Act as a employer brand custodian for the Institute Manage the Recruitment inbox, LinkedIn People Culture posts and update of Glassdoor, Indeed company profile page Qualifications, experience and skills required Qualifications in Human Resource Management desirable Relevant professional memberships desirable Minimum 3-5 years relevant in-house recruitment specialist experience Experience in tailoring recruitment process per expectations of various hiring managers Experience and knowledge of interviewing principles, psychology, methods, tools and strategies Applicant tracking system (ATS) utilisation desirable Children™s Cancer Institute is strongly committed to the growth of their employees, so all team members can fulfil their aspirations. Youll be rewarded with a friendly and professional flexible work environment, comprehensive on-campus facilities, competitive salary, salary packaging options, on-site parking options, access to a leading EAP program and regular social activities. Join a group of dedicated people in a performance-driven environment to achieve success and discover what its like to look forward to coming to work every day and make a real difference. Were looking for people who share our values of accountability, integrity and camaraderie, teamwork, sharing and excellence, success and satisfaction. A detailed job description and additional information about Childrens Cancer Institute can be found on our website at www.childrenscancerinstitute.org.au. We embrace diversity and encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds and cultures. To apply, please click the APPLY link and forward both your resume AND cover letter clearly addressing the qualifications, experience and skills required. Note Applications will be reviewed prior to the closing date which is dependent on the status of the recruitment process.

Paul St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022, Australia


Learning & Development Manager

Learning Development Manager - blue chip entity Manage significant programs and help shape a culture of learning Report to the head of the function and work alongside engaged colleagues This highly regarded entity remains market-leading in a rapidly changing competitive landscape. The success of the business is very much linked to its ability to develop its people to meet the changing needs of the market and for its people to be engaged and empowered to manage their own learning pathways. The head of the function is seeking a senior LD Manager who can take ownership of a range of key LD initiatives. The practitioner will have the ability to design, develop and implement major interventions. They will be comfortable engaging others to perform key tasks where required but also be prepared to be hands-on and tactical. They will also have experience working with external coaches and have the wherewithal to manage and coach these professionals in the best ways to work with the firms talent. The successful practitioner will have experience in all aspects of LD in a corporation or major professional services firm and have a thorough understanding of adult learning principles and empowering individuals to manage their own learning. The right person will be innovative and know how to balance the use of process and method with achieving desired aims in a timely and fit-for-purpose manner. They will be reflective and considered and offer the right advice at the right time. They will be able to deal at the senior level and with junior practitioners alike. They will foster others and develop their colleagues. This is an opportunity to take ownership of a key plank of this major entitys learning strategy and help embed a new way of approaching learning within a sector ripe for innovation. Barber People is a boutique specialist HR Recruitment, Search and Talent firm based in Melbourne. We assist businesses build exceptional talent and help individuals grow their careers to the best of their potential. www.barberpeople.com.au

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


WHS Compliance Officer

Role We™re seeking a self-motivated and confident WHS Compliance Officer to join our team at our Austral Bricks® office in Horsley Park, NSW. Reporting to the NSW State Sales Manager you will be responsible for ensuring all safety policies and practices are adopted and followed. Train employees in safe operating procedures, record and investigate injuries and coordinate the return on injured workers. Duties include but are not limited to Assist in the preparation of WHS documentation Ensure that all WHS documentation is completed correctly Perform inductions for internalexternal customers Collate monthly WHS documentation from Satellite Sites Prepare monthly Gathering Statistics Organise WHS training for employees Ensure processes are monitored and reviewed Participate in injury, illness investigationsdocumentation Prepare AgendaMinutes for HSC committee and Monthly purchase orders into maximise including receipting. Success Requirements Certificate IV Work Health Safety. Strong time management, administration and organisational skills. Excellent attention to detail. Positive attitude and a strong work ethic. Ability to complete multiple tasks with varying levels of priority. Experience using Maximise system. Tertiary qualifications preferred. How to Apply If this sounds like the role for you, apply for this exciting opportunity now

Horsley Circuit, Oran Park NSW 2570, Australia


Recruitment and HR Officer

Morwell, Victoria 1 x Permanent full time position TRP 73,677 per annum including super and salary packaging Latrobe Community Health Service is a not-for-profit provider of a range of health and wellbeing services across Victoria. We are a growing organisation committed to excellent customer service and to being an active and positive participant in the life of the communities we serve. Our dedicated workforce is the key to our success and we aim to provide our employees a role in an organisation that is a truly great place to work. Do you have a record of achievement in recruitment and selection? Do you enjoy the challenge of recruiting to values? Can you take responsibility for end to end recruitment? This could be the role for you. You will be an experienced recruiter and HR generalist with a passion for finding the best people who likes to be kept busy working in a great team, helping out in HR when needed. For more information please contact Anne Coxall, Senior Manager People, Learning and Culture on 5136 5304. Applications close 11pm, Friday 29 July 2018. Applications from Aboriginal people, people who identify as LGBTI, people from a culturally diverse background and people with a lived experience of disability are encouraged. We are an equal opportunity employer

Hazelwood VIC 3840, Australia


Recruitment and HR Business Partner

1 x Permanent full time position TRP 81,000 per annum including super and salary packaging Latrobe Community Health Service is a not-for-profit provider of a range of health and wellbeing services across Victoria. We are a growing organisation committed to excellent customer service and to being an active and positive participant in the life of the communities we serve. Our dedicated workforce is the key to our success and we aim to provide our employees a role in an organisation that is a truly great place to work. Do you have a record of achievement in recruitment and selection? Do you enjoy the challenge of recruiting to organisational values? Can you take responsibility for end to end recruitment? This could be the role for you. You will be an experienced recruiter and HR generalist with a passion for finding the best people and who likes to be kept busy working in a great team, helping out in HR when needed. For more information please contact Anne Coxall, Senior Manager People, Learning and Culture on 5136 5304. Applications close 11pm, Friday 29 June 2018. Applications from Aboriginal people, LGBTI, people from a culturally diverse background and people with a lived experience of disability are encouraged. Reasonable adjustments will be made where required.

Hazelwood VIC 3840, Australia


Senior Human Resources Advisor

BGC Contracting is part of BGC Australia Pty Ltd, a diverse construction, manufacturing and contracting organisation with vast scale, an impressive depth of knowledge and robust financial backing. Since its beginnings in 1957, the BGC Group has grown with an annual turnover in excess of 3 billion, making it one of Australia™s largest privately owned companies. BGC Contracting is one of Australia™s major players in the provision of open pit mining contracting. With a long standing track record in iron ore, gold, coal and a diverse range of other commodities, our Mining Business Unit is committed to delivering mining services to high quality and safety standards for every stage of mine development and operation. At BGC Contracting, our people aren™t just our employees “ they™re our partners on the journey to transform tomorrow. We™re seeking skilled, driven and passionate people to join our team for a truly satisfying career, with opportunities to work with us on a national scale. Senior Human Resources Advisor BGC Contracting - Winner of Contract Miner of the year Awards for 2016 2017. We are Australia™s largest privately owned mining, construction and maintenance services company, working across the resources, energy and infrastructure sectors. Due to the sustained growth we are experiencing, BGC Contracting have a newly created role for an experienced Senior Human Resources Advisor to support our existing mining operations in South Australia. Based in Whyalla and reporting to our Project Manager, this role will see you acting as the focal point for several mining operations with a workforce of over 600 personnel across all generalist human resource and industrial relations activities. Working in this diverse environment, with a strong team culture committed to safety, you will be responsible for Proactively engaging with our project team providing advice, coaching and support across a range of generalist people management issues Coordinates the annual performance review process, probation reviews and required talent reviews Support frontline leader development in managing and developing our workforce Manage union right of entry requests and other union related interactions Providing advice in relation to all relevant employment instruments, entitlements, procedures and legislative requirements Coordinate the on boarding and recruitment of personnel in a timely fashion Conduct investigations in line with company procedures Support and manage employee change of conditions, promotions, transfers and terminations Provide regular reporting as required including data accuracy within the BGC Contracting HRIS system (JD Edwards) What we™re looking for Previous experience in a Senior Human Resource role ideally within the resource sector backed by formal qualifications in Human Resources or equivalent A strong team player who can communicate effectively with a range of key stakeholders Supports our project and conducts self in a manner aligned to the BGC Contracting values Someone who proactively engages with those around them and possess a high level of attention to detail What can BGC Contracting offer you? A challenging, rewarding and enjoyable workplace that supports innovation A culture driven organisation that™s passionate about its people and its values A broad range of opportunities nationally across diverse projects Strong pipeline of upcoming work. We also offer a range of additional benefits for BGC employees. Learn more about our BGC corporate benefits by following the link below. httpwww.bgcstaffbenefits.com.au Be part of something bigger. If you™re looking for a rewarding career and not just another job we want to hear from you. Please apply following the link below or via our website at www.bgc.cc This is a residential role. BGC Contracting are committed to supporting local jobs and the community. We embrace diversity across our operations and strongly encourage applications from all suitably qualified women, Indigenous people and other multicultural backgrounds.

South Australia 5600, Australia


Director, People and Culture

YWCA is a proud feminist, secular organisation committed to inclusion, excellence, innovation and integrity. YWCA has recently merged to become one national organisation with assets in excess of 60M and over 300 staff across more than 15 locations throughout Australia. The YWCA is a for purpose business which empowers women through leadership, advocacy and the provision of critical community services across Australia™s diverse social and geographic landscape. The YWCA is seeking to recruit an innovative Director, People and Culture who will provide executive leadership in the alignment of organisational strategy with performance, workforce planning, HR operations, policies and procedures. The Director will undertake key change strategies and build a respected culture and behaviours based on our values, which is lead and embraced by the organisation. This role will require vision, passion and resilience. To be successful you will have demonstrated experience in building and embedding value aligned cultures and behaviours. Be seasoned change leader, in managing restructuring, interrupting legislation, workforce planning and performance management. Commitment to feminism and the shared values of the YWCA will be critical. A detailed Position Profile is available from Vanessa Beggs (vanessa.beggsywca.org.au) Applications which include a brief resume and which directly address the selection criteria should quote Ref Director, People and Culture and be forwarded to vanessa.beggsywca.org.au. We will reply to the email address used for your application. Closing date 11pm (AEDT), Tuesday, 3rd July 2018

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Director, People and Culture

YWCA is a proud feminist, secular organisation committed to inclusion, excellence, innovation and integrity. YWCA has recently merged to become one national organisation with assets in excess of 60M and over 300 staff across more than 15 locations throughout Australia. The YWCA is a for purpose business which empowers women through leadership, advocacy and the provision of critical community services across Australia™s diverse social and geographic landscape. The YWCA is seeking to recruit an innovative Director, People and Culture who will provide executive leadership in the alignment of organisational strategy with performance, workforce planning, HR operations, policies and procedures. The Director will undertake key change strategies and build a respected culture and behaviours based on our values, which is lead and embraced by the organisation. This role will require vision, passion and resilience. To be successful you will have demonstrated experience in building and embedding value aligned cultures and behaviours. Be seasoned change leader, in managing restructuring, interrupting legislation, workforce planning and performance management. Commitment to feminism and the shared values of the YWCA will be critical. A detailed Position Profile is available from Vanessa Beggs (vanessa.beggsywca.org.au) Applications which include a brief resume and which directly address the selection criteria should quote Ref Director, People and Culture and be forwarded to vanessa.beggsywca.org.au. We will reply to the email address used for your application. Closing date 11pm (AEDT), Tuesday, 3rd July 2018

Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia


Director, People and Culture

YWCA is a proud feminist, secular organisation committed to inclusion, excellence, innovation and integrity. YWCA has recently merged to become one national organisation with assets in excess of 60M and over 300 staff across more than 15 locations throughout Australia. The YWCA is a for purpose business which empowers women through leadership, advocacy and the provision of critical community services across Australia™s diverse social and geographic landscape. The YWCA is seeking to recruit an innovative Director, People and Culture who will provide executive leadership in the alignment of organisational strategy with performance, workforce planning, HR operations, policies and procedures. The Director will undertake key change strategies and build a respected culture and behaviours based on our values, which is lead and embraced by the organisation. This role will require vision, passion and resilience. To be successful you will have demonstrated experience in building and embedding value aligned cultures and behaviours. Be seasoned change leader, in managing restructuring, interrupting legislation, workforce planning and performance management. Commitment to feminism and the shared values of the YWCA will be critical. A detailed Position Profile is available from Vanessa Beggs (vanessa.beggsywca.org.au) Applications which include a brief resume and which directly address the selection criteria should quote Ref Director, People and Culture and be forwarded to vanessa.beggsywca.org.au. We will reply to the email address used for your application. Closing date 11pm (AEDT), Tuesday, 3rd July 2018

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Talent Acquisition and Engagement Consultant

Who are we? Orbit is about working differently. Orbit is a firm wide initiative that provides experienced, high calibre lawyers to work on flexible short to medium term arrangements that align with clients dynamic needs. Why are we looking? Orbit understands that businesses need flexibility in obtaining legal resources, often at short notice, and they need value. We also understand there are lawyers demanding more flexibility in how and when they work. An opportunity now exists for a Talent Acquisition and Engagement Consultant to join the Orbit team in the Sydney or Melbourne office. To support the continued growth of the Orbit business, Orbit is now looking for an experienced HR professional with a focus on recruitment and people management to join the team either in Sydney or Melbourne. The primary objective of the role is to find and recruit great quality lawyers into the Orbit pool and manage the existing pool of lawyers available to clients through the Orbit business. Full-time and part-time applications will be considered. The hours can be structured in a way that works for the chosen candidate. Key responsibilities In this role you will be responsible for Talent sourcing Identification and management of the key recruitment channels to create a pipeline of quality candidates. Developing innovative attraction strategies and creating key support resources to manage selection. Recruitment Candidate screening and selection, Interviewing, and liaising with key stakeholders for interviews. Review, manage and continual improvement of the Orbit selection process. People Management Regular communication with the existing talent pool of lawyers supporting their development and the ongoing management of Orbit supporting infrastructure. Employee brand development Development of content, ideas and programs that will help to position and differentiate Orbit in a relatively new sector of the legal market. Required skills and personal attributes Advanced communication skills “ excellent writer and highly effective verbal communicator Stakeholder management and strong influencing and negotiation skills, Project management with an ability to manage multiple tasks projects, Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines, Demonstrated drive and initiative, A growth mindset, and Advanced Microsoft Excel and Word skills, and intermediate PowerPoint skills. Required qualifications and preferred experience HR qualification andor relevant business qualification. At least 5 years™ experience in HR with experience of recruitment at a range of levels. Previous experience in a recruitment role in a professional services environment or high volume recruitment is desirable. What do we offer as an employer? Our policies, practices and behaviours foster a safe and inclusive workplace. At Corrs, we hire a diverse workforce, including people of all genders, ages, cultures, ethnicities, those who identify as LGBTI and people with disabilities. Our initiatives include A competitive remuneration and bonus structure A Corrs Scholarship for Individual Excellence Program Access to a mentoring program An industry-leading 18 weeks paid parental leave Flexible work practices for staff Access to leading industry and business training An opportunity to actively contribute to the broader community through Corrs Pro Bono Program To apply click on the apply button below or contact Corrs Human Resources for a confidential discussion.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


People & Culture Consultant

About Us CPA Australia is one of the world™s leading member service organisations, with over 163,000 members across 125 countries. Our People and Culture team partner with the business to build a talented workforce who are empowered to perform at their best and partner with our members to prepare for their futures. The Role The People and Culture Consultant works closely with the business, to develop and drive strategic and operational people solutions for a high performing organisation. This is an exciting opportunity for a HR generalist looking to take the next step in their career within a supportive and collaborative team. Key responsibilities include Business partnering across a broad client portfolio to drive member focused, commercially sound and strategic solutions. Collaborate with business leaders to create and implement effective workplace planning strategies and talent management solutions. Support the organisational change agenda to drive cultural, engagement and business objectives. Advise and coach leaders on best practice management of employee relations. Provide talent acquisition advice and support to leaders, working closely with the Recruitment Team. Support the annual performance and development process including business education. Ongoing development and review of HR policies and procedures aligned to best practice and current legislation. Work closely with the People and Culture team specialists in creating and delivering a range of business solutions such as driving reward and recognition, employee wellbeing, talent management and leadership programs and initiatives. What we are looking for As the successful candidate, you will bring the following attributesexperience to the role Proven experience working in a HR generalist role Tertiary qualification in Human Resource Management, or related discipline Strong business acumen capability and knowledge of contemporary HR principles and practices Excellent communication, stakeholder management and influencing skills Employee relations experience and knowledge of current workplace legislation Experience working on strategic projects, ideally within a fast pace and agile environment Whilst this is a full-time position, we are open to discuss flexible work arrangements. If you are successful in this role you will have opportunities for growth and career development through regular coaching and training to ensure your skills are second to none. You will have access to CPA Australias employee benefits, which provide special offers for products and services such as health insurance, home loans, credit cards and publications. At CPA Australia people are at the heart of what we do. We promote and encourage an inclusive and diverse workplace where everyone can be their best.

South Wharf VIC, Australia


OHS Consultant – Graduate

About the role A fantastic OHS Consultant position currently exists within our Workforce Strategies (WFS) specialist practice in Melbourne. WFS is a dynamic practice driven by an impressive team of Consultants who specialise in the OHS, Workers™ Compensation insurance and injury claims management field. As an OHS Consultant you will be responsible for providing consulting and risk management services to Marsh clients and internal colleagues. Key responsibilities will include Conducting client site visits, OHS support visits and site audits Contributing to the operation of the telephone advisory service by responding to advisory calls Providing coaching and mentoring to client stakeholders Developing and reviewing current client OHS management system Delivering OHS related training to stakeholders as required To be successful in this role, you will need to possess A Bachelor degree in OHS andor related disciplines is essential Ideally one “ two years of OHS related experience A solid understanding of Occupational Health and Safety legislation A solid understanding of strategies to deliver positive mental healthwellbeing in the workplace An understanding of risk management principles and the ability to apply these principles in the management of OHS hazards Strong verbal and written communication skills for the purposes of interacting with colleagues and clients Attention to detail and quality management This role will require travel within Victoria and occasional overnight stays. About Marsh Marsh is a global leader in insurance broking and risk management. Marsh helps clients succeed by defining, designing, and delivering innovative industry-specific solutions that help them effectively manage risk. Marsh™s approximately 30,000 colleagues work together to serve clients in more than 130 countries. Marsh is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh McLennan Companies (NYSE MMC), a global professional services firm offering clients advice and solutions in the areas of risk, strategy, and people. To Apply Please send your resume and cover letter to Jessica Leahy by using the link provided. Should your resume be shortlisted, you will receive a link from HireVue to complete a digital video interview as part of the recruitment process. Once you have completed and returned the HireVue video interview a member of our Talent Acquisition team will make contact with you within two weeks. Applications will only be accepted from candidates who have the appropriate approval to work in Australia. Successful applicants will be required to complete Criminal Record check prior to commencement of employment. Marsh is an equal opportunity employer committed to embracing a diverse and inclusive work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people regardless of their gender, maritalparental status, ethnic origin, nationality, age, background, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity.

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


HR/Recruitment Coordinator

M.J. Bale is Australia™s foremost gentlemen™s clothier, manufacturing garments of integrity for men of character. We have been built on the pillars of authenticity, integrity, provenance and character and embed this into everything we do from our people through to the products we create, that our customers love. The corporate support teams at M.J. Bale™s headquarters in Alexandria provide the foundations for the national retail network and an ever-growing online presence. The HR team plays a significant role in supporting M.J. Bales retail network of 55 + stores across the entire HR generalist remit. The HRRecruitment Coordinator will form a key part of the HR team and work closely with the HR Manager on key initiatives while being responsible for Retail store recruitment including screening, interviewing and talent pooling potential candidates Management of all recruitment sourcing channels across M.J. Bale HR administrative support Supporting the retail network on HR policy and procedure Supporting the HR Manager on key annual HR initiatives including performance review and engagement measurement Learning and development across the retail network HR project work in conjunction with HR Manager As the successful candidate you will have Experience in a similar role in a fast-paced multi-site environment Experience with a Recruitment ATS Exceptional organisational skills Strong attention to detail Relevant HR qualification(s) This fantastic development opportunity offers the chance to become a key part of the HR function, with exposure to every aspect of HR across a national business. In addition, there will be the opportunity to fully own projects and work very closely with the business. In return we offer an energetic, motivating and supportive environment with a focus on camaraderie, community and collaboration as well as generous staff benefits and a competitive salary. If of interest please apply ASAP, only successful candidates will be contacted.

Alexandria Ln, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia


Mobilisation Coordinator

Valmec is an Australian owned ASX listed company providing multidiscipline construction contracting in the Energy, Resources and Infrastructure sectors. This growing company is well respected for the diverse range of projects they have been involved with. The Position We are searching for a Mobilisation Coordinator to join the HR team to support the delivery of timely and accurate mobilisation activities. Key Accountabilities Collaborate with office and site based teams to ensure seamless on-boarding and mobilisation as per individual site requirements Work closely with Project Managers to share labour resources to ensure continuity of work and maintain engagement Coordinate accurate labour tracker, labour lists, and site entry documentation to support mobilisations Coordinating training to ensure timely and cost effective solutions are provided Monitoring and management of the expiry of certifications and clearances Skills, Attributes and Experience Must have experience working for contracting companies within the Resources Sector Pro-active, resilient and willing to work in a team to achieve common goals Professional, strong verbal and written communication skills with engaging and effective interpersonal skills Strong attention to detail, analytic and problem-solving skills Exceptional time management skills and the flexibility to adapt to changing priorities The right candidate will be offered to work in a growing organisation. Valmec will provide opportunities for personal and career growth and the potential to be a part of Australias prominent energy industry. If you are interested in this position and would like to apply, please follow the link to Apply. No Agency Referrals will be accepted at this point of time.

Perth WA 6105, Australia


Candidate Attraction Specialist | Resourcer

The Company Due to continued growth our Award Winning client is looking to add a Candidate Attraction SpecialistResourcer to their rapidly expanding Perth team. Leading independent recruitment consultancy that has fierce growth plans for 2018. Exceptional career opportunities on offer for someone who is seeking more from their career in recruitment. Youll gain from their industry leading training and development program which offers a clear route to progress your career at your own pace. Ideal Candidate Our client is keen to secure Top Talent, ideally youll possess a minimum of 1 years experience gained within a recruitment agency in the capacity of a Resourcercandidate attraction specialist preferably within the technologydigital space (but its not essential) as they will teach you everything you need to know about this space. strong organisation and multi-tasker Fantastic communicator - both written and verbal confident working in a fast paced environment possess exceptional candidate shortlisting skills in a timely manner strong attention to detail confident writing job adverts must be proactive and act promptly upon every lead you take strong account management skills Perform candidate reference checks exceptional administration skills strong attention to detail is essential On Offer supportive and friendly culture with a team in place that wants to see you succeed and excel in this newly created role Excellent commissionbonus structure paid quarterly Flexible working hours Not a micro-managed environment Above average salary and commission structure To discuss this position in the strictest of confidence contact Collette Buttress on 0420 289277 or email colletteprestonjames.com.au follow Preston James on Linkedin for the latest recruitment opportunities throughout Australia.

Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


HUMAN RESOURCES CO-ORDINATOR

Immediate Start Shaver Shop is Australias market leading specialist retailer in the rapidly growing personal grooming market. Shaver Shop dominates its core business of both mens and female hair removal. Established in 1986 the retail group now has 115 Stores across Australia, New Zealand and continues to experience rapid sustainable growth.There is now a great opportunity for a HR Co-ordiantor to join the team at our National Support Office in Chadstone. Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, your main responsibilities will include but not limited to Provide end to end recruitment including ad posting, screening, interviewing preparing contracts. Maintenance of electronic files and documentation. Induction of new employees by providing information packets and tracking completion within specified time frame Answering HR related enquiries (be the face of HR) Assistance with creation, review and maintaining corporate store rosters via time in attendance system. Supporting Director of HR and wider HR team. Backup Receptionist when required. Essential Requirements Intermediate MS Office Skills. Excellent communications skills to include verbal and written. Must possess exceptional passion and drive to succeed Strong time management skills and ability to multi task. Ability to maintain accurate written documentation and files. Highly developed negotiation and organisation skills. At least 3 years in a similar role. If you have answered yes to all of the above, then we want to hear from you now Email your resume to ritanshavershop.com.au Only Shortlisted Applicants will be contacted

Melbourne VIC 3148, Australia


HR Advisor

Give your career twice the love with the family-owned, Australian-operated Spotlight Retail Group (SRG). With 200 Spotlight and Anaconda stores (and counting) in Australia, NZ, Singapore and Malaysia, you™ll support two of Australia™s fastest-growing brands “ in store and online. As part of our Support Group you™ll join a multi-disciplined team of professionals who are dedicated to helping our expanding network of retail outlets to succeed. It™s a hands-on, fast-paced culture that rewards initiative and great ideas “ and like any family, we back you to achieve your potential with excellent training and career development opportunities. About the role Reporting to the Workplace Relations and Work Cover Manager, this role will proactively engage with the store teams, managers and support group employees to provide advice and support in interpreting and advising on company policy and employment legislation from a ERcase management environment. In addition, you will involved in various HR activities, including recruitment and learning development. Responsibilities Include This role involves working with key stakeholders across the following key areas Assist in managing end to end ERIR processes, including dispute resolution, investigations, performance improvement and restructures Provide accurate and consistent advice on the interpretation of employment legislation, contracts and similar matters Establish effective relationships with managers to identify areas of concern and provide further support, if required Monitor ERIR matters and ensure appropriate employees are kept abreast of legislative changes Support the Workplace Relations and Work Cover Manager to ensure that management are able to effectively and efficiently introduce service improvements by the provision of high level strategic advice relating to workforce management Develop and maintain proactive relationships with key stakeholders including legal advisors, Work Cover, Fair Work, EAP providers Provide reporting and information to assist People Managers and managers in decision making You have An ability to deal with conflict situations in a rational and constructive manner An ability to identify, analyse, formulate and implement appropriate courses of action, advising managers appropriately Proven negotiating and advocacy skills An ability to network and engage people to achieve the objectives at hand A do what it takes attitude, and thrive in a free flowing and rapidly changing environment. An ability to remain objective and productive under pressure Essential experience and education Several years experience in HR HR qualifications well regarded Prior experience working in retail HR preferred Demonstrated experience interpreting HR policies and industrial awards Strong knowledge of industrial and employee relations theory, principles, policies and practices Whats in it for you? A vibrant, team orientated culture where we embrace pace and encourage new ideas A varied, exciting and ever evolving retail environment Generous incentive scheme which is truly linked to your performance If this sounds like you, apply today

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


HR Advisor

Give your career twice the love with the family-owned, Australian-operated Spotlight Retail Group (SRG). With 200 Spotlight and Anaconda stores (and counting) in Australia, NZ, Singapore and Malaysia, you™ll support two of Australia™s fastest-growing brands “ in store and online. As part of our Support Group you™ll join a multi-disciplined team of professionals who are dedicated to helping our expanding network of retail outlets to succeed. It™s a hands-on, fast-paced culture that rewards initiative and great ideas “ and like any family, we back you to achieve your potential with excellent training and career development opportunities. About the role Reporting to the Workplace Relations and Work Cover Manager, this role will proactively engage with the store teams, managers and support group employees to provide advice and support in interpreting and advising on company policy and employment legislation from a ERcase management environment. In addition, you will involved in various HR activities, including recruitment and learning development. Responsibilities Include This role involves working with key stakeholders across the following key areas Assist in managing end to end ERIR processes, including dispute resolution, investigations, performance improvement and restructures Provide accurate and consistent advice on the interpretation of employment legislation, contracts and similar matters Establish effective relationships with managers to identify areas of concern and provide further support, if required Monitor ERIR matters and ensure appropriate employees are kept abreast of legislative changes Support the Workplace Relations and Work Cover Manager to ensure that management are able to effectively and efficiently introduce service improvements by the provision of high level strategic advice relating to workforce management Develop and maintain proactive relationships with key stakeholders including legal advisors, Work Cover, Fair Work, EAP providers Provide reporting and information to assist People Managers and managers in decision making You have An ability to deal with conflict situations in a rational and constructive manner An ability to identify, analyse, formulate and implement appropriate courses of action, advising managers appropriately Proven negotiating and advocacy skills An ability to network and engage people to achieve the objectives at hand A do what it takes attitude, and thrive in a free flowing and rapidly changing environment. An ability to remain objective and productive under pressure Essential experience and education Several years experience in HR HR qualifications well regarded Prior experience working in retail HR preferred Demonstrated experience interpreting HR policies and industrial awards Strong knowledge of industrial and employee relations theory, principles, policies and practices Whats in it for you? A vibrant, team orientated culture where we embrace pace and encourage new ideas A varied, exciting and ever evolving retail environment Generous incentive scheme which is truly linked to your performance If this sounds like you, apply today

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Recruitment Officer

Warrikal is an Indigenous owned mechanical engineering service provider focusing on the delivery of maintenance and project works within the mining and resources sector throughout WA. Whilst we expand our footprint throughout the resources sector we are eager to speak with motivated and driven individuals with an appetite for career progression and growth within this industry. Due to our continued success we are currently looking for a highly motivated Recruitment Officer to provide internal recruitment for upcoming shutdown maintenance projects, commencing immediately in our West Perth Office. In this fulltime permanent role you will be part of a small team and responsible for the screening and sourcing of blue-collar employees for the business and its ever-increasing workload™s. Key Responsibilities Source new candidates and grow existing talent pool. Screen and shortlist suitable applicants. Complete the candidate registration process and conduct job interviews with candidates. Interview applicants to evaluate work history, job skills, education, training and other qualifications. Acknowledge receipt of and review employment applications for correctness and, where appropriate request applicants to provide additional information. Ensure the integrity of the recruitment database is updated and maintained. Ensure applicant data and personnel files are updated in a timely and efficient manner. Perform reference and background checks on all applicants. Assist Recruitment Coordinator as required. The successful candidate will possess A minimum of 2 years experience in a recruitment role within the resources sector. Recent and current knowledge of recruitment and selection practices. Experience and knowledge of staffing and recruitment issues. The ability to work cohesively in a fast paced and dynamic environment. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to build and maintain strong working relationships with our internal clients. Provide excellent customer service. Experience in high volume recruitment would be highly regarded Strong computer and administrational skills are essential. In return, you will be part of a fast-paced engineering company within a friendly working environment, a supportive management team who reward hard work and enthusiasm. Our team are passionate about Warrikal, its future and want to our employees to progress, succeed and grow alongside us. How to Apply If you are confident you have the skills and knowledge to fulfil this role and be an asset to the Warrikal team, then please submit a cover letter and your CV today via the seek application process. Aboriginal Torrres Strait Islanders are encourages to apply Please note only shortlisted candidates will be responded to in this process and recruitment agency referrals will not be accepted.

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