The Company IKON Services is a nationally recognized company with divisions specialising in Cleaning, Property Services and Waste Management. IKON is highly regarded within the industry for delivering high-quality, innovative service solutions to our clients. The Role You will be reporting to Executive General Manager “ People Culture, you will be primarily responsible for the planning, coordination and execution of training needs for all our employees. This is a hands-on role with a strong focus on coaching and influencing, thereby creating consistency of content and quality in performance. This is an exciting and challenging position where no two days will ever be the same. Specific responsibilities will include, but not limited to Assess employees™ skills, talents, performance and productivity and prepare evaluations with advice for improvement Oversee the training needs of all staff at all levels from entry level cleaners through to management Implement, maintain and continue to develop a comprehensive orientation program for all new staff and existing upskilling of staff Research new training materials and supplies that might enhance our training procedures and add value to employee engagement Administrate all aspects of curriculum, enrolment and matriculation of employee participant Identify future training needs and create curriculum to facilitate that training Assist in shaping the training culture and monitor compliance of all processes and QMS records Work closely with all Contract Managers and to identify employee training needs Establish relationships with third party providers to facilitate internships or apprenticeship opportunities About You We™re looking for an ambitious, organised and highly efficient expert To ensure your success in this role we anticipate that the successful candidate will possess the following skills and experience Proven work experience as a Training Manager (min 5 years) Bachelor Degree in Education, HR or relevant field (highly regarded) Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (essential) Track record in designing and executing successful training programs Strong interpersonal communication skills, team building and leadership ability Excellent presentation skills and demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word Ability to plan, multi-task and manage time effectively Strong record keeping and written skills Hold a current Victorian drivers licence Willingness to travel across various sites in Melbourne and Sydney The type of people we look for are self-starters, strive to provide outstanding service and want to contribute to the success of their team and the business overall. We proudly embrace and promote cultural diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity within the workplace. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply We thank you for considering us as an Employer of Choice.
Ravenhall VIC 3023, Australia
HSEQ Coordinator “ Foodservice Food Services industry Tullamarine location, free parking on-site The Company The Hudson Pacific Corporation is one of Melbournes premium food service companies, stocking over 4500 lines and supplying the trade across Melbourne. Along with Dairy Country, Bakery Fresh and Associated Foodservice we form the Commercial division, with over 400 employees. The Role This role is responsible for the implementation and ongoing coordination of quality, food safety, environment, health and safety processes at all foodservice facilities to comply with internal and regulatory standards. To be considered for this role, you will have the following experience Act as subject matter expert for HSEQ within the site Work with warehouse management team to implement and coordinate HSE Management System to meet regulatory requirements and protect all employees. Work with warehouse management team to implement and coordinate food safety processes to meet customer requirements and maintain external certification. Monitor food safety processes ongoing Conduct self-assessments of HSE Management System and QualityFood Safety system work with warehouse management to facilitate and coordinate improvements. Evaluate environmental performance against objectives and work with foodservice warehouses for continuous improvement. Participate in external audits as required. Assist warehouse management team with coordination of RTW activities About You To be successful in this role applicants must Post-secondary qualifications in HSE desirable OR Degree qualification in food sciencetechnology desirable 5-7 years™ warehousing and transportation experience, 3-5 years™ experience in HSE andor qualityfood safety In-depth knowledge of HSE legislation Working knowledge of HACCP and BRC standard food safety requirements Excellent communication skills, ability to work with minimal supervision and work cross functionally with all operations departments Attention to detail Please note you must have the right to work in Australia to be considered for this role.
Gladstone St, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039, Australia
Wavelength International is a successful medical recruitment business with a proud 18-year track record of placing doctors in both locum and permanent roles throughout Australia. Without our services, many struggling hospitals and remote communities would go without critical clinical staff and we take great pride in the impact of our work. You too could be a huge part of this and make a real difference Based in the heart of Sydney surrounded by coffee shops, a vibrant city lifestyle and walking distance to Central station, we offer a very attractive remuneration and benefits package, including flexible working opportunities and work from home. We™re looking for someone who is Already a recruiter and looking for a change or Wanting to start their recruitment career. You will be a person who is passionate about driving results and building on your targets in a very busy environment. You will be provided with training and support to help you build and manage your desk. Your enthusiasm will be matched by your professionalism and organisational skills. At Wavelength, we truly invest in our employees and encourage having a healthy worklife balance. You will enjoy the casual dress code, genuine workplace flexibility, free breakfast daily, the opportunity to work from home, and a whole raft of other fun perks. We™re proud of having happy, engaged staff, and this has been reflected by us placing in the Top 30 BRW Best Places to Work in Australia for the seventh year. Please apply via our website www.wavies.com.au or contact Erin at ehetheringtonwave.com.au or on +612 8353 9061. Wed love to hear from you.
Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Our Firm Come and right wrong with us. Shine Lawyers is a non-traditional law firm committed to providing justice for our clients and standing up for the little guy. We™re a national team of 700+ dedicated, professional people who enjoy coming in each day to help make a difference. The Team Part of the wider People and Culture team, the Learning Development team is dedicated to building capability within Shine, by enabling and empowering our people through effective knowledge, and learning and leadership initiatives and practices. We currently have an opportunity for a Learning Solutions Developer, to join Shine on a permanent full-time basis, based in our Brisbane CBD head office. We have a diverse and geographically distributed workforce who are passionate about delivering the best possible outcomes for our clients. To achieve this, our legal and non-legal team members need to constantly develop their knowledge and skills. This role is critical to ensuring that innovative learning resources are available to meet those needs. The Role Reporting to the Senior L D Business Partner, in this role you will create relevant and engaging learning solutions that contribute to the organisation achieving its strategic priorities. A key focus of this role is the design and development of eLearning solutions. You will analyse, design and develop capability uplift programs for audiences across Shine, including induction, legal, business management, finance, systems, compliance, leadership and culture programs, with a focus on delivery via a variety of modern eLearning and online methodologies. You™ll design and develop innovative and engaging blended learning materials, including eLearning modules, videos and other multimedia, system simulations, learner guides, and facilitator guides for face-to-face and online delivery. You™ll be responsible for administering our Totara Learning Management System, and ensure that stakeholders have an efficient and seamless experience using this online platform You™ll also maintain and enhance existing learning and development resources to ensure they are relevant, up-to-date and support our vision to deliver best practice in adult learning, whilst minimising technical issues experienced by users completing eLearning. Your consultative approach will see you effectively manage multiple learning projects and initiatives through the development lifecycle, working within a complex business environment to develop high impact capability uplift initiatives. Shine is renowned for being innovative, agile and dynamic so you will need to be flexible, resilient and able to manage competing priorities within a fast-paced corporate environment. Required Skills and Experience Demonstrated experience, and proven success in creating engaging learning solutions Significant demonstrated experience in eLearning development The ability to quickly analyse learning needs, identify appropriate learning solutions and rapidly develop engaging, memorable and effective learning materials for use across a variety of delivery channels. Demonstrated experience developing effective and engaging SCORM compliant eLearning solutions. Advanced skills using eLearning authoring tools, such as Captivate andor Articulate, is essential. A strong understanding of, and practical experience, applying adult learning principles, specifically within a corporate and professional services environment. Outstanding written communication skills, coupled with Advanced Microsoft Office skills Strong analytical skills and the ability to quickly assimilate complex information and concepts A strong client service focus Experience administering Learning Management Systems will be highly regarded, as will working knowledge and understanding of Totara LMS Multimedia and graphic design capability, including experience using tools such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Camtasia and other multimedia applications, is highly desirable Formal qualifications in adult learning are desirable but not essential Facilitation skills are desirable, yet not essential for success What We Offer An ASX listed company with great aspirations, growing into more emerging practice areas and new geographic regions. Our search is for like-minded people, passionate about righting wrong and putting the client at the heart of all they do. We offer Opportunity to reach your potential Competitive remuneration and incentive program A progressive and supportive working environment We look forward to receiving your application.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
Our Company The Property Council of Australia is the champion of Australia™s largest industry, that employs 1.4 million Australians and shapes the future of our cities. Our members include large and small companies which invest, own, manage and develop all forms of property as well as providers of professional services to the industry. The Role We are looking to recruit a Learning and Development Program Coordinator to join our busy Academy team. Reporting to the Academy General Manager, your role will be to plan, develop and deliver Property Council courses. Working closely with the Academy team and subject matter experts, you will produce innovative and exceptional courses designed for the property industry. More specifically, you will Plan the course calendar, including securing facilitators and industry speakers Manage course logistics and administration Oversee the budget Manage relationships with key stakeholders by organising regular meetings and producing agendas and minutes Ensure effective communication with course participants by providing confirmation, reminders and responding to queries in a timely manner. About You You will have at least 2 years experience in a learning and development role. Importantly, you will be able to demonstrate effective stakeholder management and business development skills. You will have exceptional organisational skills with the ability to think quickly, work well under pressure and to strict deadlines. With well developed communication skills, you will confidently deal with people at all levels and have the capacity to build effective relationships. Above all, you will have a positive ˜can-do™ attitude, be a team player and enjoy a challenge. Ideally, you will be degree educated in Human Resources, Commerce or Business together with strong Microsoft Office skills. What We Offer The Property Council is an innovative and successful organisation that highly values its people. We are dedicated advocates of diversity, flexible working arrangements and promoting a healthy work-life balance. Join us and you will develop your career in an influential organisation that is driving industry reform. You™ll be an integral part of a high-performing and supportive team, while enjoying leading edge employee benefits such as Birthday leave Casual Fridays On the job training and professional development opportunities Other employee benefits and discounts Are you interested? If this sounds like you and you would like to dedicate your talents and skills to help strengthen and grow our organisation then we would love to hear from you. Please apply online, by forwarding your CV with a brief cover letter by 3 August 2018. For a confidential conversation please call Jessica Minter-Read, People and Culture Coordinator, on 02 9033 1946. For more information please visit us at www.propertycouncil.com.auopportunities
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
NSW Government - 6 months + extensions - 58 ph + super - CBD Based We are currently looking for a Senior Recruitment Partner to join one of the largest NSW Government departments. They are looking for an experienced Senior Recruiter to do end to end bulk recruitment for multiple client portfolios. Great opportunity to work across the NSW Government, working with different stakeholders from various departments. Key accountabilities Coordinate and deliver end to end recruitment services including job briefs, advertising and sourcing,shortlisting, assessments, selection reports, pre-employment screening and onboarding activities to enable stakeholders to hire competitively and effectively. Provide high level recruitment advice and support to hiring managers. Partner with clients to understand pipeline recruitment needs and recommend targeted recruitment initiatives such as developing recruitment pools to address future hiring needs. Contribute to the ongoing review, development and maintenance of recruitment policies ensuring alignment to current government policy, process and legislation and best practice recruitment industry approaches. Deliver recruitment reporting such as dashboards, metrics and regular reporting to ensure relevant stakeholders are informed. Selection Criteria Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources andor relevant professional experience in recruitment delivery. Demonstrated knowledge and experience of recruitment management including best practice recruitment approaches, marketing and social media initiatives and policies, processes and legislative requirements. Government experience Experience using Taleo and SAP If interested please apply with an updated CV or call Jamie 02 8705 8558
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
About Us Global Consumers have a growing appetite for healthy pre-packed salads and value-added vegetables, which has resulted in significant growth and expansion for the OneHarvest organisation, one of Australia™s leading and most innovative food manufacturing companies. About the Role We currently have the opportunity for a dynamic Recruitment Consultant to join our OneHarvest family, at our fresh food-processing site in Wacol, Brisbane. You will play a pivotal role in sourcing our summer casual roles, ensuring all vacancies are filled in an efficient and timely manner. As we approach our busy season, we are looking for a talented recruiter whom has worked within a high volume, faced paced environment. Duties Deliver best practice recruitment solutions within a fast paced, FMCG environment Work with key stakeholders to ensure that communication and efficiency stay at a high standard Ensure that you are the centralised point of contact for all internal clients Conduct reference checks, skills, visa and qualification checks quickly and accurately Deliver assessment center™s for bulk recruitment Continually improve on how we recruit Develop talent pools and networks Skills Strong administration and organisational skills Experience within end to end, high volume recruitment High attention to detail and strong organisation skills Computer proficiency in MS Office and ability to pick up new systems quickly Experience working within a dynamic, FMCG environment preferred Refined communication skills and ability to build relationships quickly and effectively On Offer 6 month internal opportunity within a fast paced, continually expanding business Work and develop within a growth category area Free, secure on-site parking in Wacol Market competitive remuneration and unique employee benefits Potential full time opportunity How to Apply Please visit our website at www.oneharvest.com.au or click ˜apply now™
Brisbane QLD 4076, Australia
The City of Launceston, an accredited Employer of Choice, is seeking to fill the following position Workplace Health Safety Coach POS1289 In this permanent full-time position (19-day month), you will work in partnership with our people to grow their safety skills, knowledge and behaviour. To be successful, you will be comfortable providing hands-on coaching to diverse audiences and operational areas. You will be a sound WHS practitioner who is able to communicate effectively, inspire, motivate, assess and respond to safety performance opportunities. Skills in incident investigation, observations and reviewing are essential. You will need A Certificate IV in WHS or similar qualification, or the ability to achieve it. Ability to interpret documents and working guidelines related to WHS information and legislation framework. A working knowledge of WHS standards and practices including safety assessment, analysis and investigations. Very good interpersonal skills, the ability to quickly build rapport to influence, persuade and lead people in good WHS practice. Demonstrated ability to develop WHS strategies, systems, policies and procedures. The ability to work with a high degree of autonomy to deliver agreed outcomes, tasks and projects. Proficient skills in corporate applications including Microsoft Office Suite. Sound analytical and problem solving skills. A current drivers licence. Highly developed coaching and influencing skills. The ability to demonstrate a strategic perspective and link organisation objectives to tangible activities and projects. Essential Minimum three years experience in a practicing WHS role or similar role with transferable skills. Desirable Knowledge or experience with Information Management Software. Desirable Knowledge and experience in workplace auditing or inspection. If you are interested, for further information and instructions on how to apply please go to the employment page of our website at www.launceston.tas.gov.au and download the Employment Information Pack for this position. For further information, please contact Nicole Walsh, Human Resources Manager, on 6323 3000. To apply, please address your application to Human Resources clearly stating the position number and send to contactuslaunceston.tas.gov.au Your application should include a Cover Letter, your current Resume and a statement addressing the Selection Criteria outlined in the Position Description. You must address the Selection Criteria, found in the Position Description to be eligible for interview. Applications must be received by 3.00pm, Friday, 10 August, 2018
Blackstone Heights TAS 7250, Australia
The Role An opportunity has become available for a Common Law, Injury Management and Investigation Specialist to join Gold Coast Health (GCH) where the focus of our 9000-strong team is on providing world-class health care to over 550,000 people living in the Gold Coast, and northern New South Wales region. You will take responsibility for Facilitating complex workplace rehabilitation and return to work cases aligning with QH Workplace Rehabilitation System Providing expert advice and support to Line Managers through to Executive with unsupported and Common Law workers compensation claims Analysing injury, Workcover and human resources data to establish risk profiles and prioritise strategic direction Drafting responses on behalf of Executive and Management to regulatory bodies researching and references applicable common law precedent. Attending external meetings and compulsory common law cases with panel Solicitors to support Executive or Managers Supervising Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service (GCHHS) Safety Practitioners (including rehabilitationfire) as required Requirements for the role While not mandatory, a Certificate IV in WHS, Cert IV in Training and Assessment (TAE) andor qualifications or extensive industry experience in accidentincident investigation would be well regarded While not mandatory, current Workplace Rehabilitation Accreditation would be well regarded This position requires the incumbent to operate a government vehicle and an appropriate licence endorsement to operate this type of vehicle is required Benefits Career Development Leave loading Mentoring Salary Packaging Modern Facilities Diverse Work Culture Salary information Temporary full time (up to six months) Base salary ranging from 3782.80 “ 4052.10 per fortnight Up to 12.75 employer superannuation contribution 17.5 leave loading About Gold Coast Health Nationally and internationally recognised location for innovative medical research and health care Annual operating budget exceeding 1.3 billion More than 1100 beds across three hospitals - Gold Coast University Hospital, Robina Hospital, Varsity Lakes Day and Robina and Southport Health Precincts Acute and sub-acute care in hospital and community settings Opportunity to combine professional advancement, job satisfaction and relaxation into one fulfilling lifestyle link removed About Injury Management, Work Health and Safety GCH is committed to attracting the right people for our organisation. To help us with this we have developed a Core Capability Framework which defines the skills and behaviours required to perform successfully as an organisation. How to Apply Please click the Apply button to review the Role Description and submit your application by Thursday, 2nd August 2018 Job Ad reference GC282756 Please note no third party applications will be accepted.
Gold Coast QLD 4215, Australia
Imagine working in an environment where the culture is built on Open Book Management principles. Imagine a workplace that shares its financial information with every employee. Imagine being celebrated for who you are and rewarded for achieving your goals a work. About the role As a Human Resources Manager you will provide dedicated support to the Centre Manager and Leadership Team with all aspects of the Human Resources (HR) function. Your role will be fast-paced and dynamic. To be successful in this role, you will have highly developed verbal and written communication skills demonstrated experience in end to end recruitment (experience with PageUp and Preceda would be advantageous) ability to analyse attrition trends and capability to create initiatives to minimize impacts to the business experience in a HR Business Partner or HR Generalist role (highly desirable) demonstrated experience and knowledge of Employment Legislation, Workplace Health Safety, Employment Industrial Relations, Enterprise Agreements and Employment Contracts and Human Resource Policies (highly desirable) experience in leading, developing and coaching people an ability to prioritize or delegate tasks to ensure expectations are met by the business from the HR function What we can offer you a diverse and supportive team environment “ everyone is welcome here, and our differences make us stronger the potential to receive monthly rewards for achieving targets an environment filled with fun, respect, integrity, innovation and transparency growth and development opportunities an Annual Awards Night where we celebrate achievements and successes Stellar is an equal employment opportunity employer and we value diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We encourage applications from people of all ages and genders, people who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and groups who are culturally and linguistically diverse. You must be an Australian citizen to apply for this role and be prepared to complete a background check. About us We are an award-winning business process outsourcer, with contact centres in Australia, the Philippines and the USA. We partner with some of the world™s most loved brands, as well as government, healthcare and travel industries.
Curtin Stadium, Bentley WA 6102, Australia
We are seeking an experienced individual to lead a team of professionals to develop and deliver strategies and initiatives which contribute to VBAs high performing workplace, and positive and inclusive culture. The role provides strategic advice and develops and implements programs and plans on all areas of organisational development and diversity and inclusion. Key Selection Criteria To be successful in this position, you will need to demonstrate Thorough understanding of contemporary and best practice OD and HR methodologies Experience in delivery of high quality OD programs, business transformation and culture change initiatives Ability to tailor solutions to a complex and fast changing workplace environment. Highly developed analytical, conceptual and problem-solving skills with the ability to identify emerging trends and systemic issues, coordinate high impact responses and evaluate effectiveness. Builds and maintains relationships with people at all levels of the organisation to achieve high quality outcomes and solutions. An effective leader who builds strong team relationships and develops and motivates a high performing team Excellent organisational and self-management skills with the ability to plan, prioritise and deliver work, and be professional, flexible and agile delivery of service Why work for the VBA? Work for the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) and you will join a values-based organisation who invests in employees. Our value We Problem Solve, We Work as One and We Deliver. Benefits of working for the VBA include Flexible working arrangements Employee health and wellbeing initiatives Amazing workplace in our award winning, heritage listed, 5-Star Green Star Docklands office Employee learning and development opportunities To find out more about why its great to work for the VBA, visit Careers at www.vba.vic.gov.au. Application Process For full job details and to apply, click Apply Now below. The VBA job application process requires you to Upload your current resume, cover letter, proof of your right to work in Australia (citizenship or residency document or Australia working visa) and any qualifications relevant to the role. Complete the questionnaire provided after you click ˜Next at the bottom of the application page Candidates are not required to address all selection criteria, only those listed in the questionnaire. Only electronic applications submitted via careers.vic.gov.au will be accepted Standard recruitment practice applies, which may include interviewing, skillscompetency testing, reference checking andor other selection processes. Applications due by midnight on Sunday 29 July 2018. No agencies please.
Docklands VIC, Australia
Overview of Harrier Talent Solutions Harrier Talent Solutions (HTS) is an award-winning Australian business with extensive experience of designing, implementing and delivering talent solutions for organisations across Asia Pacific. Be it through a RPO, MSP, recruitment project or strategic HR consulting solution, or a blended approach that pulls multiple elements together, HTS transforms clients™ business performance through human capital. Overview of the position HTS is seeking an experienced Recruitment Administrator to join our new, internal team with AGL, based in Melbourne CBD. This role supports and partners with the national team and ensures all recruitment administration requirements are met through the full recruitment cycle. Experience and attributes As a Recruitment Administrator you will offer the following attributes and experience Previous experience in a HRRecruitment administration function High level of document control and organisational skills Data entry and report writing, experience using MS Excel is required The ability to manage conflicting priorities and deadlines Diary management and coordination of interviews Proven commitment to candidate and client care, teamwork and a professional attitude. How to apply If you are interested in joining Harrier and working with us, please apply online or express your interest by visiting our website httpsharriertalentsolutions.com
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Implement and maintain programs to provide a safe healthy working environment Provide HSE support across two sites - Northam and Perth Assist injured employees in all aspects of returning to work About You You are passionate about providing exceptional Health Safety and Environment (HSE), and Return to Work (RTW) support and services. You display an empathetic approach and high emotional intelligence, and have subject matter expertise across health safety and environmental matters, and your significant experience in Safety Services Management allows you to provide robust advice, guidance, counselling and education. You demonstrate exceptional moral values in all that you do. About the Role Reporting to the HSE Director, you will provide the overall coordination of Health, Safety and Environmental procedures in the workplace at both Perth Immigration Detention Centre and Yongah Hill Immigration Detention Centre., ensuring consultation and communication amongst employees and management. You will implement programs to provide a safe and healthy working environment for all personnel and to assist injured employees in all aspects of workers` compensation and rehabilitation for compensable and non-compensable injuries facilitate coordination of rehabilitation and return to work activities to support employees with work related and non-work related conditions and ensure all injuries and incidents are investigated at the appropriate level To be successful in this role, you will have Diploma or greater in OHS or other relevant field Sustained experience in an WHSE position Experience working in a multi-disciplinemulti-function environment Sound experience working in the construction industry in an HSE capacity Maintain a current Australian Federal Police Clearance Hold a WA Return to Work Qualification. Maintain ˜™Collect Specimens for Drugs of Abuse Testing HLTPAT005 Where required maintain a current œWorking with Children certificate in accordance with the relevant state child protection legislation This is a position of trust and responsibility and to support this we will conduct a thorough probity assessment as an essential selection component for this role. About Us At Serco, you™ll be part of a team of more than 50,000 people delivering essential services on behalf of governments and organisations around the world. We apply worlds best practice, insights and technology across six key sectors Citizen Services, Defence, Healthcare, Immigration, Justice and Transport. But no matter your role or where you™re based, we each share the same goal “ to bring service to life to make a positive difference every day. To learn more please visit www.serco.comaspac. Join Us If you are inspired to make a positive difference and would like to be considered for this opportunity, please submit your cover letter and resume by clicking the Apply Now button. Serco values of Trust, Care, Innovation and Pride underpin everything we do. We are curious, creative and collaborative. Our people help in ways that matter. We are committed to diversity and we encourage people from different backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse and people with disabilities to apply.
Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
Based in the heart of the CBD on our client site at EnergyAustralia but you will be employed by the Hudson RPO Team who manage all EnergyAustralia™s recruitment onsite. Our team of 16 professionals is known internally as the œCareers Central Team and this role would provide a strong platform for career growth beyond this position. In fact, this position is vacant due to the current incumbent being promoted into a more senior position within the team. Our culture is customer-centric, passionate and high energy with a leadership that is focussed on developing and growing our people. You will be a part of a collaborative team who share their experiences and insights, a team that works together and loves what they do Onsite at EnergyAustralia you can ˜dress for your day™ which means unless you have an important meeting to attend you can wear casual attire every day. Hudson RPO as your employer offers a quarterly ˜personal™ day to ensure your work life doesn™t get in the way of important personal commitments. What you will be doing You will play a key role in supporting the talent acquisition team, providing recruitment administrative assistance and as the initial contact point in the team for both stakeholders and candidates. Your responsibilities will include Generating employment contracts for new hires Coordinating candidate testing, reference checks, and background checks Acting as the main point of contact for general recruitment queries Processing invoices in SAP Managing and providing reports to the business Coordinating all the administration for internal promotions Organising team events including our annual team offsite Who you are You are self-motivated and thrive in a fast-paced environment. Familiar with working to deadlines, you will have an excellent ability to multitask and a willingness to take on new challenges. Your strong service ethic and can-do approach will set you up for success in the role. Outstanding administration skills and a passion for improving processes and procedures will be highly regarded as will a positive approach and strong customer service mindset. Are you ready to take the leap into an exciting new career? When you join Hudson RPO, you™ll be joining a global team of recruitment professionals, working with leading brands and exceptional clients at all levels of business, across a wide range of industries. As an award-winning organisation, Hudson RPO is recognized year after year as one of the top recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) providers globally. Now is a great time to join a highly skilled and innovative team where you™ll feel supported and experience personal growth and reward. How to apply If this sounds like an opportunity that excites you, we™d love to hear from you Please submit an application by midnight Sunday 29th July, 2018.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
We are looking for a high energy, passionate and experienced Trainer to join our Owner Services Loyalty Department at our Corporate Office in Bundall. You will be responsible for the training needs of the Owner Services Loyalty employees across our two corporate offices located in Gold Coast, Australia and Clark, Philippines, delivering effective training and coaching to Travel agents and Reservation consultants. Working closely with our with Clark, Philippines based Trainers, you will assess the initial and ongoing training needs and deliver appropriate training solutions, particularly in relation to new hire induction, relevant systems, conflict resolution and quality end-to-end customer service, ensuring memorable customer experiences is achieved. Working within a team environment you will have a confident manner and positive attitude. You can inject energy into any room and ensure that your participants leave the training excited to make positive change. You are passionate about customer service and driving positive change, encouraging and supporting our Reservation and Travel agents to provide personalised and memorable experiences to our valuable customers. About You To be successful in this role, you will have the following skills and attributes Strong personal values regarding customer service, delivering on our ˜Count On Me™ promise and integrity in all activities Qualified and experienced trainer with Cert IV Training and Assessment Strong skills using MS Office and e-learning software, particularly Articulate Innovative thinker with experience in design, delivery and development of training materials including online resources Excellent presentation skills and able to present in a clear, professional and confident manner, engaging your audience Strong organisation, planning and time management skills High standards of personal presentation An ability to thrive in a fast paced, high call volume call centre Illustrates experience in handling difficult customer complaints, monitoring customer service standards and implementing training to improve service levels within a face to face presentation environment and over the phone Willing and able to travel to our Philippines office to conduct training as required. Who are we? With offices in Australia, Singapore and Philippines, hotels and resorts across the Asia Pacific region and close to 2,000 members, Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific is one of the largest industry employers. Our success lies with our employees and we take great pride in recruiting the best talent. We are passionate about our team members reaching their full potential through world-class development opportunities. What do we offer? We occupy a centrally located, modern corporate office with sweeping views of the Gold Coast. We™re a company that continues to grow and develop, providing exposure to the type of Global Corporation rarely seen on the Gold Coast. We offer an onsite gym, subsidised health cover, and discounted resort stays across Australia, New Zealand and Fiji and many more benefits
Gold Coast QLD 4217, Australia
Are you looking for the next move in your recruitment career or seeking an entry level recruitment role? Are you a positive and proactive person who strives for excellence and can think outside of the square? Can you take direction but also be autonomous when required? We might just have your ideal job Healthcare Australia (HCA) is Australias leading healthcare recruitment solutions provider, with operations in every state and territory. HCA is an organisation which strives for excellence in service delivery, in compliance and in the treatment of our staff and clients. Above all we believe in the delivery of superior support staff to those who are most in need of care or who are most vulnerable. As an employer, HCA has a strong reputation in promoting from within and recognising hard work. Healthcare Australias Home and Community Care division is rapidly transforming and requires the assistance of a Recruitment Administrator to support this growth. If you are process driven, ethical and strive for high standards of compliance then take the next step in your career. As a Recruitment Administrator, your role will involve initiating a range of candidate sourcing activates (Community Care) and all associated administrative duties. You MUST be highly efficient, a fast learner, confident with face to face, telephone and email communications and approach every interaction as an opportunity to provide exceptional customer service. The successful candidate will possess Previous experience in a fast-paced recruitment position preferably in with experience in either Communities, Healthcare or recruitment sector High Attention to detail A positive attitude and eagerness to learn Strong interpersonal skills Ability to multi-task and meet tight deadlines Strong belief in great customer serviceexperiences Confident and clear communicator Proficient with Microsoft software and databases In return, the successful candidate will receive attractive remuneration, incentives and the opportunity to further their career with a healthcare market leader. If youd like to join a team of hard working professionals who are passionate about what they do, then HCA is for you. We are a people-centric business with our core values being the heart and soul of all that we do. Please send online applications only, directly through this website. Please ensure that you attach a covering letter along with your resume when applying for this role. Please note that only candidates who are short listed for interview will be contacted directly.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Analyst HR Business Partner About the Role WorkPac have an exciting opportunity for a experienced Analyst HR Business Partner within Brisbane. This position will be for a 5 + months in duration with a competitive hourly rate. Your Responsibilities Delivery of operational HR activities supporting the business in several major categories HR policies and procedures, HR systems and process. Maintenance, review, auditing and governance of Master Data in 1SAP interface with the line leaders. Custodian of the org. chart and adherence to Workforce Planning budget (liaise with line to keep accurate). Initiate recruitment, terminations , management of Labour hire etc. Lead Continuous improvement of the Foundation function, systems and processes Provide analytics on request from Performance team e.g. attendance trending, management reporting, assetreporting until such time as these are automated. Supply resources to the Value team as required Basic policy interpretation for employees and line leaders. Undertake administrative tasks not the remit of HR Services Engaging HR Services to optimise delivery. The ideal applicant will have 1SAP experience would be beneficial Strong Administration Skills, preferably in an HR environment Strong Systems Data Analytics Excel skills Excellent communication About WorkPac WorkPac is Australias leading, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, oil and gas and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the countrys leading companies to deliver rewarding career opportunities. Looking after our employees is important to us. Through our myrewards platform, we offer benefits from retail rewards through to financial, health cover, insurance, superannuation services and more. How to Apply If this sounds like you hit the apply now button. At WorkPac, we recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
Work with one of Queenslands leading early childhood providers Full time contract until December 2018 Be part of a great team environment About The Role We, CrÃ¨che and Kindergarten (CK), are currently looking for a full-time HR Assistant to join our People and Culture team until December 2018 at our central office in Kedron Brisbane. With this role you will be the first point of contact for all levels of our organisation concerning HR related matters. Furthermore, you will be supporting the HR Manager and Advisors with day-to-day administrative tasks. To be successful in this position we require you to have strong understanding of Australian industrial and employee relations, have the ability to work in a fast paced environment and ensure that your advice is accurate, consistent and in line with relevant processes and legislation. You will form part of a client focused team yet be required to work autonomously and be a self-starter. This position will be full time with an immediate start until December 2018. Ideal applicants must have Tertiary qualification in Human Resources, Industrial Relations or equivalent work experience A working knowledge of HRIR legislation and contemporary practices Prior experience in HRIR administrative and first line support, including managing high volume enquiries, maintaining employee records, drafting employment contracts, agreementaward interpretation Communicating with employees at all levels of the organisation on HRIR related matters Demonstrated excellence in communication skills, both verbally and in writing Highly developed attention to detail, time management, problem solving and organisational skills Customer service excellence approach in providing HRIR advice across multiple levels of the business Knowledge of Early Childhood Education or experience in the Not-For Profit sector are an advantage, but not essential. About CK The CrÃ¨che and Kindergarten Association Limited (CK) is a not-for-profit community based early childhood provider with almost 400 early childhood education and care services including kindergarten, childcare, family day care, limited hours care, outside school hours care, integrated early childhood development programsservices, and a network of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programsservices across Queensland. CK services are located across Queensland in metropolitan, regional and remote locations. CK is proud to be the largest and longest established provider of community-based early childhood education and care services in Queensland. CK is committed to an inclusive workforce and we strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people from culturally-diverse backgrounds. All CK employees are required to undergo background checks which includes police checks.
Brisbane QLD 4031, Australia
At Wavelength we have a fantastic opportunity for Recruitment Administrator (also known as a Para Consultant) to join our fun team placing doctors into roles across Australia. The focus of your role will be on coordinating and supporting a small group of Recruiters with the full recruitment cycle, involving Daily interaction with clients and candidates - you must have a confident phone manner Creating job adverts and marketing material - the ideal candidate will have the ability to add a creative flair to their job ads Processing paperwork in a timely manner - you must be super organised with a strong attention to detail Undertaking research to source candidates for particular roles Responding to job applications, screening candidates and arranging interviews with clients Validating candidate eligibility - understanding of the importance of compliance is a must Assisting with projects as required such as market mapping, social media sourcing, headhunting, and travel booking You dont need to have previous recruitment experience but you must have a strong administration background, be flexible and adaptable, and a genuine commitment to learn and succeed You will also have strong communication skills, take ownership and be proactive. You will love taking initiative on projects, working at a fast pace and have impeccable attention to detail. At Wavelength we truly invest in our employees and encourage having a healthy worklife balance. You will enjoy the casual dress code, genuine workplace flexibility, free breakfast daily and a whole raft of other fun perks and well-being initiatives. Wavelength International is a successful medical recruitment business with 70+ employees and a proud 19-year track record of placing doctors in both locum and permanent roles throughout Australia and beyond. Without our services, many struggling hospitals and remote communities would go without critical clinical staff and we take great pride in the impact of our work. You too could be a huge part of this and make a real difference Interested? How to apply Take a look at www.wavies.com.au to get an insight on what it™s like to be part of our friendly team Please apply by emailing Erin at ehetheringtonwave.com.au with your CV - We want to hear from you
Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Randstad is inviting applications for an opportunity to work as People Culture Advisor within one of our local council clients based in the northern suburbs. The role will be for approximately 4 to 6 weeks with potential extension to the end of the year. The successful candidate will provide a professional, effective and efficient internal consultancy service relating to Human Resources (HR) initiatives and provide assistance on recruitment and selection, learning and development, induction, HR administration and other related People and Culture issues in line with the role and responsibilities across all portfolios of the organisation. Key Responsibilities Provide advice, support and assistance to internal customers relating to human resource services and programs including performance management and development, learning and development, induction and recruitment and selection. Provide input into People and Culture initiatives in response to identified opportunities and organisation needs to improve performance and effectiveness at the individual, group and organisational levels. Coordinate training sessions on HR programs in response to needs and gaps identified. Requirements Required - demonstrated background and experience in a Human Resources environment preferably one which includes a blue collar workforce Required - poven ability to interpret awards and employment legislation. Highly desirable - a relevant business administration or human resource management qualification Highly desirable - previous experience in a similar role within local government Desirable - working knowledge of Human Resource Information Systems (e.g. TechnologyOne) and associated reporting software How to apply Candidates can apply in strict confidence via the apply for this job button or send your resume directly to miya.kobayashirandstad.com.au. Initial phone enquiries can be made during business hours to Miya Kobayashi, senior consultant at Randstad Professionals on 08 8468 8007. Thank you. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia