Occupational Health & Safety Consultant Recruitment Experts

Call 1300 790 330 for occupational health & safety consultant recruitment excellence

NEED TO FIND STAFF?

CALL US ON 1300 790 330

LET US FIND YOU A JOB!

REGISTER IN JUST 30 SECONDS

TRUSTED BY

NEWS

Occupational Health & Safety Consultant Jobs In Melbourne




NOW DISPLAYING 20 of 84 Occupational Health & Safety Consultant JOBS

Safety Advisor

Safety Advisor, Fire Rescue NSW Clerk Grade 78 Ongoing, Part Time 14 hours per week Salary Package Package up to 45,386 pa. Package includes salary range (36,988 pa to 40,943 pa), plus employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. Please note salary indicated is the pro-rata rate for the hours worked per week. Location Greenacre NSW Closing date 24 June 2018 Flexible working hours Free On-site Gym and Car Parking New Building and Modern Facilities Activity Based Working environment Team environment Fire Rescue NSW focuses on enhancing community safety and protecting the people, environment and economy of NSW by minimizing the impact of fires, hazards and emergency incidents. Working in the People and Culture Directorate, this role will provide advice, support and guidance to management and staff to facilitate the implementation and improvement of safety management systems and risk management processes to minimise work related injuries and illness. Link to role description Please note A current drivers licence is an essential requirement of this role Contact Peter Pera on telephone 0418 882 501 for role specific enquiries. For information to complete the application and respond to the targeted capability-based questions link to httpwww.iworkfor.nsw.gov.authe-recruitment-process. It is recommended to draft responses to the questions in a Word document then past into the required fields in the online application. For any technical assistance in submitting your application via I Work for NSW please contact I Work for NSW Support on 1800 562 679. Fire Rescue NSW is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity, Work Health and Safety, Cultural Diversity and ethical work practices. If you are speech or hearing impaired, have access requirements that require reasonable adjustment in the assessment process, require access to information about this vacancy in a different format or would like to discuss the possibility of flexible work arrangements in this role, please contact Peter Pera on 0418 882 501.

Mount Lewis Ave, Sydney NSW, Australia


Experienced Recruitment Consultants - Required For Immediate Start. Apply Now.

Speak to the Recruitment to Recruitment experts - Hamilton Professional.We recruit Recruitment Consultants and know the best companies, cultures and remuneration structures. START A NEW ROLE NOW. Are you an Experienced Recruitment Consultant or Manager seeking a new opportunity? Are you a successful Recruitment Consultant looking for a better environment or a more senior position? Are you seeking better financial remuneration? Are you wanting more training, mentoring and career progression? Or simply looking for a new challenge? We currently have opportunities at all levels ranging from Junior Consultant to Senior Management. ABOUT OUR CLIENTS Range from Boutique to Multinational in size and structure Located in CBD and Suburbs Offer career progression and training opportunities THE BEST salaries, commissions and incentive programs Recruit in various industry sectors If you are interested in making a change we will give you the best overview of where the best opportunities are. Weve done the hard work for you. We are currently seeking experienced Recruitment Consultants in IT, Accounting, Banking, Finance, Engineering, Tech Ops, Sales, Marketing, Office Support, HR, Legal, and Digital. APPLY NOW or call Paul Hamilton on 0410 556 888 for a confidential, no obligation discussion on the best opportunities in the recruitment industry.

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Safety Delivery Lead

About us Viva Energy is one of Australia™s leading energy companies. We™re proud to be Australian, proud of our 110-year history and extremely proud of our achievements. Our aim is to be a company that™s driven by people. To us, this means creating an inclusive environment where people have purposeful work, are challenged to grow, feel valued and connected to our company, and are inspired by what we deliver as a team. We are also customer obsessed. We help people reach their destinations. From the fuels and lubricants needed for cars, trucks, ships, trains and planes to chemicals for industry and bitumen for roads, we make, import and deliver the energy Australia needs to move. We™re with businesses, helping to fuel important industries like mining, transport, marine and aviation. And we™re with individuals, from holidaymakers to families on their school run and workers on their daily commute. Join us and you™ll have a unique opportunity to help shape our brand and culture. You™ll be part of our evolution, and that™s exciting. About the role Curious, inquisitive and passionate about all aspects of safety you will work with our Retail Operations team to monitor, manage and improve the safety performance across our Retail network and help build on Viva Energy™s strong reputation as a leader in safety management. You will develop and lead the implementation of proactive health, safety and environment strategies and plans across the Retail contractor community to manage risks and achieve compliance with regulatory, applicable industry and Viva Energy standards. Provide technical advice in the practical application of safety requirements including risk management and regulatory compliance that enables technical issues to be resolved in a manner that quickly and effectively supports the business. Develop and lead implementation of health, safety and environment competence and behavioural strategies and training opportunities for the Retail team. Verify the safe operational activities conducted by Retail site operators. Engage multiple internal and external stakeholders and manage health safety and environment aspects of 3rd party works. About you Energetic and insightful about Heath, Safety, Security and Environment you will have demonstrated experience in a Safety Lead role. You pride yourself on your effective engagement with stakeholders. You will be proactive and curious in nature and enjoy seeking opportunities to always improve safety. Skilled in your approach, you can manage multiple projects, effectively problem solve and align with business priorities. Confident in your safety knowledge, you can demonstrate courage to intervene and halt operations in an appropriate way with skills to articulate messages to ensure relationships are strengthened. You will be well supported by a highly experienced HSSE Lead and a team of people form Retail Operations. Tertiary qualifications in OHS is a requirement of this role. Whats on offer? Joining our successful business has many rewards. Because we pay super contributions at a rate higher than the standard minimum, you™ll be able to build on your long-term security. You™ll also get support if you are lucky enough to take unpaid parental leave. You can apply for a novated lease to buy a car and even get a discount on your health insurance. There are many other advantages, too. As part of our team, you will also get a 25 percent discount every time you fill up with Shell fuel.

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Health & Safety Consultant

DT Workforce is part of the Downing Teal Group and is a specialist recruitment and employment company that provides tailor made, innovative recruitment solutions. We are assisting our local Gladstone client who requires the services of a Health Safety Consultant for a period of 3 months in their Central Gladstone location. The Health Safety Consultant is required to assist the client to implement and close out safety actions relating to a recent external safety audit. Role responsibilities include Provide high level professional advice in order to influence and create a strong safety culture across the organisation, including effective safety leadership and communication. Plan and develop new and revised safety programs and actions to enhance employee safety, awareness and responsibilities in direct response to the recent safety audit. Provide oversight of traininggroup meetingsworkshops on complex operational risks, legislative implications and management standards. Establish and maintain effective relationships and networks within the organisation, external organisations and other levels of government to maintain a current awareness of best practice initiatives, enhancements and legislative developments in safety and risk. Ensure the section achieves organisational compliance with statutory, audit and regulatory and reporting requirements, and ensure a proactive approach to matters of ethical standards, corporate integrity and security. Maintain knowledge of all relevant legislation to ensure effective risk management concerning the areas covered by the business unit. Understand and appropriately and sensitively exercise legislative powers in relation to monitoringenforcing the provisions of Local Government Acts, including the power to enter onto private property. Carry out safe operations of a client vehicle in the performance of duties. Mandatory role requirements Relevant tertiary qualifications in Work, Health Safety. Previous demonstrated experience in undertaking safety audits and implementing and closing out associated actions. Significant management experience leading operational safety and risk management in a medium to large organization. Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, with particular emphasis in the areas of consultation, advocacy, negotiation, influencing conflict resolution and resilience. Effective analytical skills with the ability to initiate, formulate, implement, monitor and evaluate strategies, policies, techniques and methodologies. Legally able to drive a motor vehicle in Queensland. If you believe you have the drive to succeed in the above role please submit your application immediately by clicking the œapply now button above or via jobsearch.downingteal.com by entering 121719C. For more information please contact Luke on 07 4970 0800 or email lukemdowningteal.com.

Mount Alma Rd, Inkerman QLD 4806, Australia


HR & Training Coordinator

Aspley Hornets is an award winning club, voted QLDs Best Football Club for 2016 by our peak industry body Clubs QLD. We have recently completed major renovations and whilst providing first class facilities we pride ourselves on our customer service benchmarks and committed employees. The role of part time HR and Training Coordinator will be responsible for all HR related tasks which include compliance processes and culture strategies. The role will include the development and implementation of training programs with a view to provide career paths for existing employees. If you would like to join our team and be part of our growth you will need A passion for people and posses the ability to engage employees with a view to developing skills and career opportunities Demonstrated HR, training and recruitment experience to facilitate the best possible recruitment outcomes Previous experience with working with Awards and associated legislation Proficiency in using Microsoft Office, particularly Word and Excell The ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders and contractors to enhance training and recruitment options Demonstrated examples of driving culture within the workplace The role will work closely with Senior Management and have a strong focus on enhancing skills and delivering the clubs culture model whilst ensuring all compliance strategies are enforced. This is an exciting opportunity to join an award winning club who is passionate about our members, employees, sport and our community. If you believe you have the skills required for this role please forward your application to craigaspleyhornets.com.au

Northgate Rd, Brisbane QLD, Australia


Work Health and Safety Projects Officer

An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced safety professional who can engage with our workforce to deliver on a number of projects including development of JSA™s, SWMS and work instructions, hazard profiling, plant risk assessments and updating of existing ergonomic assessment processes and tools. The City of Salisbury, conveniently located twenty minutes from Adelaide, has long been recognised as one of the most progressive and innovative local regions in South Australia. This reputation and sustained performance requires a dedicated team whose skills and commitment are matched by a supportive and outcome focused Council. This exciting role has the responsibility for undertaking key hazard management activities allowing the City of Salisbury to deliver on current and future WHS plans. This full time position complements the City of Salisbury™s current WHS team with the successful candidate being expected to work under limited direction and complete assigned work to a high standard. Your success in this role will hinge on your ability to quickly develop professional working relationships with colleagues, staff, front line leaders and managers. Reporting to the Team Leader Safety and Wellbeing, your experience in a similar role will add value through contributions to continuous improvement strategies and activities. Previous experience working within Local Government or a related industry sector such as construction, utilities or similar is essential. Experienced Skytrust users and applicants with intermediate MS office skills or better will be highly regarded. The ideal candidate will have exceptional communication and customer service skills along with sound knowledge of WHS legislation, related codes of practice and applicable Australian Standards. Further information can be viewed by accessing the Position Description. Specific enquiries should be directed to Simon McGuinness, Team Leader - Safety and Wellbeing on 8406 8375. Click Apply Now to submit your application Applications close at 5.00pm, Monday 9th July 2018.

Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia


Learning Designer

About us We are one of Australias oldest and largest providers of open learning. For over 100 years we have been helping people from all walks of life to improve their lives through learning. Today, we deliver a diverse portfolio of courses spanning Business, Finance and Services, Education, Health and Community Services and Design, Science and Technology. We focus on meeting the needs of adult learners by providing highly flexible, accessible and affordable education and training. Our team includes over 380 staff and 100 contract educators. Over the last three years, we have been through a fundamental organisational transformation. The Opportunity You will be responsible for re-imagining traditional corporate learning approaches transforming existing content (PowerPoint decks, long webinar videos, workbooks and handouts) into short form content that is engaging and collaborative applying adult learning theory and solutions that cater to the modern worker. You will guide clients through the change process from seeing learning as an event, to seeing it as a process that requires nurturing of the learner™s experience well beyond that launch of a learning program. Your core functions Lead the development of courses for national qualifications in VET, including Development of Training Assessment Strategies Prepare course scope plan Identify units of competency for learning programs Preparing new course documents (various) Provide advice and input into the Course Design plan Co-ordinate assessment validation processes Mapping course materials to units of competency (competency standards) Project management, including Establishing specific, actionable, quantifiable deliverables Organising resources Monitoring progress Engaging and managing project teams (on-site and off-site) Establish and implement resourcing plan Collaborate and communicate with stakeholders across the organization Proactively participate in Open Colleges™ continuous improvement processes Collaborate with all members of the Course Development team to achieve course objectives and Open Colleges™ strategic goals Facilitate instructional design function for all new courses Adhere to content licensing standards (including copyright clearance) and guidelines Interpreting training package guidelines and units of competency (competency standards) to brief content developers Identify content requirements and Source content from third parties Commission content from authors editors (course material developers) Manage and QA all commissioned content and assessments Author some course materials directly (including assessment tools) To be successful in this role, you will have Learning and assessment design “ strong practical experience of learning and assessment design, preferably using the national qualification framework to develop online courses that deliver great outcomes for our learners. Product management “ leading courses from concept through to execution, taking responsibility for delivering a great learner (user) experience bringing a team of marketing, education, content, design and technology professionals together to realise great learning design. Project management “ working with internal and external stakeholders to deliver courses according to agreed timeframes and budgets. Quality and continuous improvement “ developing and improving nationally accredited courses and non-accredited courses that satisfy internal quality benchmarks and the national standards. Digital environments “ an interest and or experience in how digital technologies can be used to deliver a user (learner) experience that exceeds customer expectations. Experience in developing online learning and assessment is an advantage. Demonstrable skills and experience in using data to drive meaningful and actionable insights regarding learner performance and opportunities for improvement is a distinct advantage. Collaborative communicative proactive “ working in an open team environment and with other internal and external stakeholders in a collaborative and supportive way. Able to work both independently and collaboratively to achieve the best outcome for our learners and for our organisation. Educational Qualifications Relevant tertiary qualifications in learning and assessment design, online education or adult education A Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110), or equivalent preferred Please be aware that it is a requirement of this position that background checks are completed. The background checking process includes reference checking and validation of employment proof of qualifications proof of rights to work within Australia and a police check. Please click on the apply button below with your resume and cover letter to Ciaran Martin, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Open Colleges (02) 8048 5006. Please note that due to the high volume of response anticipated for this role, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. No Recruitment Agencies

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Safety, Health & Environment Officer

Taylors Wines is a proudly family owned and operated wine company that is committed to bringing great wines to life in a safe and responsible manner. For three generations the Taylor family has crafted wines in South Australia™s picturesque Clare Valley. In 2017, Taylors Wines was announced the most awarded winery in the world “ a first for any Australian Winery. The primary purpose of this newly created position is to partner with our Systems Coordinator to continuously improve our risk management framework across our Taylor Safe and Environment Management Systems. Whilst experience is advantageous we encourage you to apply if you are passionate about the profession and you are able to demonstrate that you · possess well developed analytical, research and interpretative skills · have well developed relationship management skills and · have knowledge in health and safety and or environment management systems and experience in the administrative support requirements. This is a rare and exciting opportunity to work within the beautiful Clare Valley and join a progressive business that is highly committed to continuously improving its Health, Safety and Environment Management Systems

South Australia 5451, Australia


Recruitment Advisor

BestLess has a vision to make it easy for everybody to look and feel their best for less. We are part of the Steinhoff Group which is a large international retail business, and includes brand like Freedom, Fantastic and Harris Scarfe. What this means for Best Less is that we are entering a new period by offering an experience for our customers through on trend product offer at a reasonable price, transforming the look and feel of our stores and delivering our customers a unique shopping experience. In order to be a success in our business you will be achievement oriented, a champion in change initiatives and are a key participant in our team that will drive our business forward. In return we offer a competitive remuneration package, supported career development opportunities and recognition programs to inspire you along the way. This is where you come in ¦ We are currently seeking an experienced Recruitment Advisor to join our team based in Leichhardt for a fixed term contract between 6-12 months. You will be responsible for the full range of head office recruitment activities including onboarding and other generalist activities. This role will suit an energetic self-starter who thrives in a fast paced environment. Proven experience in a similar role is a must, ideally from a retail environment. Additionally you will require intermediate computer literacy, excellent communication skills and have a passion to work in a great team

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Recruitment Associate

Working in a fast paced professional operational environment, you will be responsible for the timely and quality recruitment of Australia Post™s high volume, front line staff across the country. This is a hands-on role and will work closely with key stakeholders in order to attract the best talent into our business. Responsibilities will include Screening resumes of all applications for desired skillsexperiences Conducting evaluating telephone based interviews Monitoring pre-employment results and assessments Providing feedback when requested Ensuring a sufficient number of candidates are being progressed through the recruitment pipeline to maintain a fast, quality placement rate Ensuring that both candidate information and databases are kept up-to-date and accurate Shift Management at multiple facilities Skills Experience essential Minimum of 6 months high volume recruitment experience preferably within operational or blue collar space Strong organisational skills and excellent time management Previous client or stakeholder relationship management Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) Ability to meet weekly KPI™s and regularly work to tight deadlines Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office particularly Excel and Outlook A career at Australia Post Group can lead down many paths. There are a variety of roles to suit all sorts of skills and you will also have the chance to learn from the best people everyone, everywhere, every day. For us, an engaging, enjoyable workplace is the foundation for great work which is why your attitude and your passion is just as important to us as your experience. We offer an attractive salary and benefits in an equal opportunity workforce. We encourage applications from people of all ages, including indigenous Australians and those with a disability. Dont delay your application, please apply today. We have a short mobile friendly application form which contains approximately 10 - 15 career interest questions. It should take you no longer than 5 minutes to complete. Looking forward to hearing from you

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Safety and Wellbeing Advisor, Rockhampton

A career with CQ Health offers exceptional opportunities for personal and professional advancement within a wide range of disciplines throughout Central Queensland. Are you looking for a great job with a challenging and rewarding career? Then join CQ Health to connect, engage and grow as we change lives for the better.

Depot Hill QLD 4700, Australia


Recruitment Consultant / Account Manager

Western Work Force is a market leader in providing flexible labour and maintenance solutions to the Construction, Mining Resources and Oil Gas industries throughout Western Australia. Working in partnership with some of the states premier companies, we pride ourselves on continuously supplying high quality candidates who have a sound understanding of safety and work quality. We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Recruitment Consultant with a strong background in recruiting for Blue Collar trades. The Role Initially, you will be working from our Burswood Office however due to rapid growth and securing award winning projects we are relocating to a new office in Osborne Park in the immediate future. You would be joining a friendly team within the Blue Collar Division and given a warm desk with a strong emphasis on Client Management. There is no expectation on the Recruiter to generate sales, this is done within our Operations Team. Key Responsibilities Writing job adverts and managing incoming applicants. Recruit new candidates and grow our existing talent pool in FastTrack. Timely recruitment of trades and skilled labour as per active job orders. Ensuring mobilisations are carried out in accordance with ClientSite requirements. Manage the mobilisation process - Arranging Medicals, Issuing PPE, Organising Training, Conducting References etc. Submission of suitable candidates to internal managers and clients for placement. Forward thinking and planning about what jobs and projects and coming up, and ensure we are actively sourcing skilled labour, who are ready to mobilise immediately. Ability to work in a fast paced environment and prioritising your workload on daily basis in a timely manner. To be successful in this role you will have Experience working within the Blue Collar mining industry. Excellent Client and Candidate Management skills. Very good time management, organisational and coordinating ability The successful candidate will need have the ability to multi task, work well under pressure and be comfortable working in a fast paced dynamic environment. Whats on Offer? In return we will offer a competitive salary, an iPhone, a flexible work environment, training and development, free parking and an excellent opportunity to assist in growing our business. We arent just looking for someone who wants another job. We want someone who is looking for a long term position, career progression and wants to be apart of a team. Applications To apply for this role, please click Apply Now or Call the office today on 08 6161 2177 for a Confidential Conversation.

Perth WA 6100, Australia


Safety Coordinator

The Company Yokogawa Australia and New Zealand is a leading supplier of industrial automation products into a wide range of industries. The industries include electricity generation, food processing, mining, oil and gas and renewable energy. For over 29 years in Australia and New Zealand, Yokogawa has been supporting these industries by supplying the most advanced control and instrument systems and by installing and commissioning the products with our engineering and service team. Yokogawa is a specialist industrial automation company with the highest RD reinvestment policy in the industry. To minimise the lifetime cost of ownership of its products, Yokogawa products are designed to the highest quality standards and designed for an exceptional working life span. We are in the market for an energetic Safety Coordinator to join the People and Culture team in our Macquarie Park office. The Role Maintenance of WHS (Work, Health and Safety) planner Coordinate consultation mechanisms Document control Management of project-specific health and safety plans Supplier review of current service providers Completion of WHS sections of RFI (request for information) and tender questionnaires Book and support branch inspections Statistics reporting (man hours, lead and lag indicators, etc) Promoting a positive safety culture Maintenance of all system reporting databases General filing and response to queries The Candidate Our valued WHS Coordinator will have Cert IV in Occupational Health and Safety Senior First Aid certificate Solid document control experience 2-5 years experience in a similar or related role Outstanding written and verbal communication skills are necessary to be successful in this role Competence and confident in use of all Microsoft Office applications Current, unrestricted drivers license Genuine nature, of self-driven and self-starting motivation. Adaptive to a fast paced environment and an honest Your continuing employment with Yokogawa Australia may be subject to medical, police and security checks.Australian citizenship or permanent residency is a usual requirement of employment. Yokogawa is proudly recognised as a Global Solutions and Service company guided by a vision of diversity and commitment to equal employment opportunity. We respectfully ask for no agency approaches.

Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


Senior Industrial Relations Officer

Position Type Temporary full-time, up to 12092018 (with the possibility of an extension). Salary Salary range of 3290.50 - 3580.30 p.f. (AO5), recreational leave loading (17.5), and employer contribution to superannuation (12.75). About the Townsville Hospital and Health Service The Townsville Hospital and Health Service provides complex, high level services across a wide range of specialities making it the only facility in Queensland to offer all of these services within the one hospital to our patients. We strive to deliver excellence in healthcare by adapting a `person centred approach to care across our patients lifespan. Additionally we are the only tertiary hospital in North Queensland that offers you the right blend of professional enhancement and fulfilling work coupled with a relaxed lifestyle in the tropics. About the role This position will support the Principal Industrial and Employee Relations Advisor to deliver services to a large and complex hospital and health service, including the management of complex industrial relations and employee relations matters and union engagement. Other information - Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) Roles that have a direct contact with patients or who in the course of their work may be exposed to bloodbody fluids or contaminated sharps are required to be immunised for Hepatitis B. Roles that have contact that would allow acquisition andor transmission of measles, mumps, rubella, varicella or pertussis, and have face to face contact with patients andor work in a clinical area require evidence of immunisation of the aforementioned diseases. Whats on Offer? We are committed to providing a wide range of rewarding career opportunities to our employees and encourage professional development. To attract and retain a workforce who also strive to excel we offer a generous remuneration package and employment benefits which includes salary sacrificing options, recreational leave loading, generous employer superannuation contribution, shift allowances, locality allowances, professional development assistance, flexible working arrangements, access to corporate discounts, staff wellness programs and the employee assistance program. Why make the move? Discover Townsville Townsville is the largest urban centre north of the Sunshine Coast, yet offers a relaxed tropical and coastal lifestyle as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Rainforest and the Outback. To apply or for more information visit Smart Jobs and Careers (Ref TV279735). Please no unsolicited resumes from recruitment agencies.

Rowes Bay QLD 4810, Australia


Senior Industrial Relations Manager

What we can offer you A competitive remuneration package Training opportunities “ your personal development is important to us Multiple career opportunities and the opportunity to be part of our transformation journey Added benefits - Well-being days, extra leave days just for you subsided vacation care corporate health benefits and much more About the role Lead and support Metcash™s industrial relations strategy across the business. A newly created role, requiring significant experience in industrial relations strategy as well as negotiation of enterprise agreements (including negotiation of multiple agreements at one time). You will be the interface between the business and the PC team on all enterprise agreement matters. The role is based at our Macquarie Park support office. The role will require interstate travel. What you™ll do Partner with leaders in enterprise agreement negotiations and ensure that enterprise agreement negotiation is conducted within the parameters of the company™s industrial relations framework Undertake industrial relations analysis to assist in the implementation of industrial relations strategy Provide support on industrial relations issues, including disputes Capability build, including coaching and training of management on industrial relations and enterprise agreement negotiation Stakeholder management both internal (all levels of management including line management through to leadership team) and external (for example, relevant unions) What you™ll bring Proven experience in a technical industrial relations role within a large organization, operating under multiple enterprise agreements Demonstrated experience in industrial relations strategy and enterprise agreement negotiation process Experience working across, and effectively influencing, stakeholders across a range of levels within an organisation Experience coaching and influencing leaders Ability to work autonomously, use initiative, and seek assistance where appropriate High level of knowledge and understanding of industrial relations legislation About us We are a 13 billion plus business with locations across Australia, New Zealand and China. Metcash proudly support independently owned retailers across our portfolio of brands including The Bottle-O, Cellarbrations, Porters Liquor, Mitre 10, HTH, IGA, Friendly Grocer and Campbells. At Metcash we are transforming our business and challenging the status quo of retail. We are creating a great place to work, with our 6,000 employees all passionate about achieving our purpose of Successful Independents.

Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


Executive Remuneration Analyst

QBE Insurance Group is one of the worlds top 20 general insurance and reinsurance companies, with operations in all the key insurance markets. We are listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and are headquartered in Sydney. The opportunity A fantastic opportunity has become available within the Global Reward team for a motivated and passionate Executive Remuneration Analyst. Reporting to the Head of Executive Remuneration Governance, the role will provide support across a range of Remuneration initiatives focused on the executive and non-executive director population. Key Accountabilities include Provide assistance to the Head of Executive Remuneration Governance in the design, delivery and monitoring of the ongoing effectiveness of the Group-wide remuneration strategy. Support the Head of Executive Remuneration Governance with the Preparation of executive and board papers and the delivery of the Remuneration Report, Annual remuneration and incentive review for executives, Management of non-executive director fees, Provision of timely and effective advice to the executive and board on remuneration matters Consolidation and analysis of reporting on annual merit review outcomes, diversity objectives and sustainability metrics. Keeping abreast of, and provide relevant insights on, market and competitor practices, and legislative and regulatory requirements. Presenting insights through data analysis to inform decision making across the business. Inputting to the development of team goals and objectives and ensure relevant issues are considered as part of the planning process. Building and maintaining strong and effective relationships with key stakeholders to ensure that service delivery meets the business™s expectations. What does success look like? Experience in a similar reward analyst position, experience in executive non-executive director remuneration and governance highly desirable. Business degree in HR, Economics or Management related discipline or equivalent college diploma desirable. Experience working within a large corporate environment across several remuneration and performance initiatives. Able to communicate effectively (written and verbal) and possess strong interpersonal skills Proficient skills in data analysis and working with people metrics and analytics. Strong understanding of salary surveys, Reward trends, best practice and future direction. Some knowledge of insurance andor financial services desirable. Benefits? At QBE, you will be provided with a competitive remuneration structure and benefits, in an environment that offers support, and encourages career development and learning. We offer a range of benefits and discounts including Paid Parental leave (inclusive of paid superannuation during this time) Secondment opportunities Employee assistance programme Paid volunteer leave Purchased leave Product discounts Superannuation matching Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their eligibility to work in Australia, and at a minimum be required to undertake police and basic credit checks as a condition of employment.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Project Manager, Youth Justice Learning and Development

About us The People and Culture business unit provides high quality human resources services to develop the capacity, culture and capability of the Department of Justice and Regulation to deliver critical services to the Victorian Community. Within People and Culture, Learning and Development (LD) deliver centralised services in the following streams LD consultancy and training services for employees of Victorias publicly operated prisons LD consultancy and training services for employees of Youth Justice (YJ) A corporate LD program of courses, resources and events Service desk and technical support for the departments performance and learning management system The Justice Regulation RTO The Department of Justice and Regulations Youth Justice division provides programs and resources to assist young offenders to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to manage their lives effectively without further offending. Through supervision, offending related programs and linkages to appropriate support services, the Youth Justice division promotes opportunities for rehabilitation and contributes to the reduction of crime in the community. The Youth Justice system is currently undergoing significant change and reform in order to implement the recommendations of key external reviews. About the role Working in the Youth Justice Learning and Development Team, the Project Manager role has been created to manage multiple large scale projects relating to the development and delivery of training for Youth Justice staff during a period of significant reform. The role will manage contracts with and support professional services providers to conduct reviews and make recommendations to enhance the provision of learning and development to the Youth Justice workforce. The work in front of you and the team is not only professionally challenging the learning and development offered to staff will assist young offenders to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to manage their lives effectively without further offending. This is an ideal role for an accomplished project manager who has supported large scale organisational reform and is looking for a rewarding opportunity in a values driven environment. How to apply Please click the Apply button at the bottom of this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. Please note When submitting your application online, there will be questions pertaining to a number of the positions Key Selection Criteria to which you are required to respond.

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Recruitment Consultant - Healthcare

Work with a market leader in recruitment. An Australian owned business, with 23 years of recruitment experience We are seeking a Recruitment Consultant, who is a self-starter, someone who can think outside the box and join the jigsaw puzzle. More importantly someone who wants to be part of something exciting, contributing to the strength of the business in addition to developing their career. What we are looking for- A sales background Collaborative, customer-centric approach and a positive, hardworking attitude Strong computer and social media techniques Exceptional organisational and time management skills Ability to work with flexibility Enthusiasm, self-motivation, initiative and the ability to work autonomously Interest in Healthcare What we offer- Competitive salary package Huge bonuses that are achievable Intensive training and induction to set you up to succeed Regular training workshops Career progression Work hard and play even harder environment Yearly awards nights and conferences Above all work with a strong team and high performance environment This is a fantastic, innovative company with an amazing culture - be a part of it Please call Martene Harvey, Frontline Health Melbourne Agency on 0412 55 33 00 or alternatively 03 9663 0089.

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Human Resources Coordinator

The Company Our client is a collaboration between one of Australias leading provider of e-Settlement technology and services) and the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). Our client will offer lawyers, conveyancers and financial institutions a streamlined and comprehensive technology solution that will seamlessly integrate with existing practices and systems. Objective Reporting to the HR Manager, you will assist them in a generalist capacity across all areas of the HR Function. The HR Coordinator will provide excellent HR support to employees and will help further embed the company values into the business. The Role Human Resources Managing on-boarding process for new starters including - Ensuring new hire paperwork completion and accurancy - Conducting police checks using the InfoTrack system - Right to work check for new hires using VEVO - Organising of department inductions of new starters (for eg. Technology, products, New Starter Lunch etc) - Managing the hardware request between IT and the hiring manager for new starters - Creation of new starter employee files Support the exit termination process by working with the HR Manager and Manager to facilitate the Exit Checklist Support the Probation Review process Maintenance and updating of organisational chart Updating of on-boardinginduction slides and materials as required Preparation of HR documentationletterscorrespondence Other special projects as required Recruitment Preparing of job descriptions and job advertisements Coordination of interviews with candidates and hiring managers (booking of rooms) Conducting of reference checks for new employees Updating candidate trackerdatabase with hiring manager feedback and interview outcomes Training Supporting the development and delivery of internal training program Coordinating of training sessions both in-house and external Maintenance and updating of the internal training calendar Maintenance of employee training register against required training Ensuring all training documentation is maintained and updated for training programs related to use of the platform (as per regulatory requirements from ARNECC) Knowledge and Experience Minimum 2 years experience in a HR role previously Bachelors degree in HR, Business, Psychology or equivalent Proven effective office, administrative, and organisational skills Experienced user of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Powerpoint Good written and communication skills Ability to work in a fast-paced environment If youre interested in this role, please APPLY NOW and well be in touch

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


HR Manager

Who We Are Here at Massive, were all about the creation of enjoyable experiences while discovering and consuming video. We focus on developing solutions that make it easier for media and entertainment companies to grow their global audiences by transforming how they present, personalise and measure viewers engagement with their video content. Our products touch the lives of millions of viewers globally. Working at Massive will provide you with a diverse and inclusive environment alongside talented people with a shared vision who will respect, challenge, support and mentor you. We value our people and want them to enjoy and take pride in their work. The Opportunity In this role, you will have responsibility for all areas of HR, supporting our 60 employees based in Redfern™s new creative precinct. You will also work alongside HR colleagues based in London and Prague on a number of global initiatives such as developing learning and development, making process improvements and identifying new priorities for the HR Strategic Roadmap. You will be responsible for Employee relations People leadership, including managing 2 office administrators Employee engagement Induction, on-boarding and exits Performance development Recruitment Learning development WHS Overseeing social, cultural, and wellbeing initiatives HR comms, including running our monthly company Town Hall Your role will be critical in ensuring that the organisation is able to evolve and grow and that any changes are implemented effectively. We are looking for someone who is able to act independently and has a good knowledge of the local employment legislation and employee relations environment, acting as a trusted advisor for leaders based in the Sydney office on all aspects of HR. About You You have 5-7 years™ experience working in HR, preferably within technology, broadcasting, or media industries. You are a pragmatic and commercially minded individual who is excited about the opportunity to support our business through the next phase of it™s growth Importantly, you have Experience managing complex change initiatives, balancing multiple stakeholders requirements to drive successful implementation A good understanding of local labour laws and employee relations environment - comfortable to coach and advise leaders on all aspects of the employee lifecycle People leadership experience “ someone who is an effective mentor and coach Knowledge of recruiting technical roles where skill sets are constantly evolving in a highly competitive marketplace An ability to build strong, collaborative relationships both with HR team members and with business leaders in order to coach leaders and influence others without authority Flexibility to work across different time-zones, actively participating in regular HR team calls andor business updates with leaders in London and Prague. Open communication “ willing to speak up and clearly articulate ideas Most of all we are looking for a pragmatic and commercially minded individual who is excited about the opportunity to support a business through the next phase in its growth Why work at Massive? Global company with huge growth potential Cool Redfern office (with office dogs) A whopping 25 days annual leave Flexible, creative workspaces Huge social calendar 247 casual dress code Regular team sports and wellness activities For more info, check out our Instagram - massiveinteractive Massive is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and are committed to providing an inclusive, collaborative working environment.

Bondi Junction Train Station, Oxford St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022, Australia