About the business TJS is a national provider of Cleaning and Facilities Maintenance services with more than 20 years industry experience. Our Vision is to be the facilities services company that is most respected for our people, our performance and our partnerships. About the role The WHSEQ Adviser is a new role in the Southern Region structure that will be responsible to deliver safety initiatives in line with Company vision, values and safety goals Role responsibilities Ensure the Companys compliance with Australian standards and legislation in relation to Work Health Safety, Environment and Quality. Work collaboratively with corporate peers to ensure alignment between corporate and business sector safety activities. Provides safety advice, tactical and process coaching to frontline employees and relevant leadership team. Liaise with auditors and external parties to support and maintain accreditations Work in multi-disciplinary project teams to deliver and implement corporate and business sector initiatives, in compliance with safety change management processes. Promote a safety culture through training, risk assessments and conducting quality audits. Contribute to a high-performance culture through fostering Company values, meeting Company performance standards and championing safety initiatives. Proactively monitor, evaluate and provide assurance that all activities within the business area comply with appropriate safety health and environment related statutory, regulatory and contractual obligations and company policies Drive a continuous improvement focus in the effectiveness of safety policies, programs and processes using agreed measures and provide feedback for improvements to policy process owners. SME support for tender responses and mobilisations Ability to travel to sites locally and interstate as required Benefits and perks Company car or car allowance Local and Interstate travel as required Great local and national team Significant growth phase for the business with opportunity to advance career Skills and experience Qualifications Experience Qualificationcertifications in safety related field Lead Auditor Qualifications preferred Demonstrated experience working with safety legislationregulation. 3+ years demonstrated safety management experience ideally in facilities services environment Functional Technical Skills Competencies Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills Understanding of ISO and industry standards Knowledge of Workplace Health and Safety Legislation Ability to write and implement WHS documentation Initiative and proven ability to problem solve Strong verbal and written communication skills. Safety related project lead and delivery. Management of internal stakeholders. Risk assessment and risk management.
Port St, Highett VIC 3190, Australia
The Diamantina Shire, located in the channel country of central west Queensland is home to the famous Birdsville Races, the iconic Birdsville Hotel and vast outback landscapes. Working with us allows you to explore our wilderness areas and truly experience our renowned events only as locals can. Its an opportunity that you cant go past Applications are invited from experienced Workplace Health and Safety Officers to join our team. We are looking for an experienced hands-on person with extensive experience in safety, and risk management systems. You will need to be able to work across all levels within Council and have excellent communication and training skills. The position is based in Bedourie which is a small but vital town with fantastic modern facilities including 247 health services, school, sporting facilities and twice weekly flights tofrom Brisbane and Mount Isa. Above award wages and 6 weeks™ annual leave is on offer, along with a comfortable home in Bedourie with subsidised rent. Experienced applicants who are self-starters, team players and enjoy adventure are encouraged to apply. This is position is offered as a fulltime permanent position. The position description is available on the Diamantina Shire Council website or for more information please telephone Greg Chambers, Human Resource Officer on (07) 4746 1603. Applications will close on 14 September 2018.
Queensland 4829, Australia
Unique opportunity to lead and grow one of our largest QLD regions A high growth business with scope and potential Based in Mackay with regional travel Purpose-driven and rewarding organisation and sector - you can make a positive difference Who we are The wider Community Solutions Subsidiary is part of Endeavour Foundation one of Australias largest community and disability service organisations. Consisting of a number of entities, the Community Solutions Subsidiary operates across four states, with a combined turnover of 60m+ pa. Our shared vision of making possibilities as reality means we work collaboratively and holistically to deliver valued services and supports for our customers, communities and people. Together, we strive to be a leading for purpose provider of a diverse and synergistic range of health and human services. Across our wide footprint and diverse range of services, we remain committed to our shared values of One, Imaginative, Care and Passionate. The role The Program Leader - Employment Services is responsible for ensuring the effective development, delivery and growth of the people and services within the priority service stream areas identified in region, and the direct leadership of service delivery teams. As the Program Leader of this vast region you will stretch your high-level strategic planning capabilities and practical implementation talents. You will be challenged by the dynamics in a rapidly changing sector, while you lead the team to service a wide range of clients and employers. Your ability to drive and grow the business, develop and motivate a team will be matched by your understanding of and commitment to compliance. A key focus will be to assist in the identification and development of opportunities as outlined in the Regional Development Plan, to identify issues and opportunities where the organisation can enhance the service, asset and partnership capacity of local communities and development of the region. You will be responsible for the continued growth of our foot print in this area by utilising our diverse wrap-around services, to maximise synergies across our employment, community wellbeing and specialist services. About you As our Program Leader you will have the following as a minimum A strong background in a management position Cultural transformation and business growth in a customer-led organisation Demonstrated background of working with teams to achieve service and business outcomes Leading and coordinating a team to deliver outcomes across a geographically diverse landscape The ability to identify, pursue and manage strategic partnerships A strong desire and ability to significantly grow this role and your influence to an executive leadership level Strong commercial acumen An ability to travel regionally and have fun On offer Our unique organisation provides a significant range of management and executive opportunities. In this role, you will work with exceptionally high-calibre senior leadership and service delivery teams as you grow this business critical region. Your aspirations can be limitless Our competitive, market-rate salary package will be based on relevant experience and qualifications and complemented by benefits including corporate health insurance rates, access to a company car and salary sacrifice. To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter addressing the above criteria, along with your current resume. For further information prior to applying, please contact Andrew Goold (Recruitment Consultant) on 5390 3813. By applying for an employment opportunity with Community Solutions, you acknowledge that we handle your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1998 (Cth) (the Act) and the Australian Privacy Principles (APP).
Dumbleton QLD 4740, Australia
Are you an experienced staffing professional seeking to step away from business development into a candidate management and development capacity? We have a fantastic opportunity to offer in our award winning Sydney office. About us Robert Half Executive Search specialises in the search for and placement of executive leadership talent across a broad spectrum of functional areas in all industry sectors. Our clients turn to us for business-critical executive and senior leadership assignments including C-suite, Director Level and Heads of department across finance, technology, sales, marketing, legal and human resources. The role on offer Due to the recent growth of the practice, the Sydney team we are looking to hire an Associate. An integral part of the role is relationship management - networking and building strong relationships with senior executives and assessing them against the clients requirements. You will partner with and assist the Managing Director™s in driving all aspects of the search process including Managing the execution and direction of research Search strategy development Position specification development Candidate development including candidate interviews, assessment and presentation About you You will have a demonstrable track record of success in servicing candidates and clients from either a talent acquisition, internal recruitment or external recruitment background. You will enjoy a dynamic workplace and enjoy the intellectual challenge of providing critical solutions for our clients C-suite appointments. You will have a desire to provide all stakeholders with excellence in client service and the ability to build substantial and meaningful relationships with C-suite candidates, providing advice and direction to each candidate. The ideal competency framework can be summarised below as follows Excellent networking and communication skills Superb written and verbal communication skills with the ability to present difficult and complex matters in straightforward and clear manner Strong organisational, analytical, planning and project management skills A self-starter with the ability to work independently A team player who enjoys a collaborative work environment The ability to build credibility and trust with various internal and external constituents Demonstrated experience at C-Level What we will offer you We are proud to offer a relaxed and happy working environment, including benefits such as A competitive base salary and a flexible work-life Industry-leading, consulting training through our local and global network Access to various other ad hoc and formal reward and recognition opportunities Opportunity for strong career advancement and professional growth opportunities Form an integral part of a high-performing, fun, team environment Access to global opportunities in the world™s largest, specialised recruiter The confidence that you™re working in a very stable and successful business which boasts, amongst other things no debt, two CEO™s in 65 years, and strong financial performance in Australia In addition, we believe in wellness at work and will provide Early finish on Friday Breakfast every single day Personal trainer and other fitness options provided every Tuesday Free skin cancer checks flu vaccinations Lunch provided on Fridays Apply today Are you interested in joining our high performing team? Please send us your resume by clicking on the apply button, or for further information, contact Alex Minter, Internal Recruitment at alex.minterroberthalf.com.au 03-9691-3631 Applicants must have full working rights in Australia.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Full time Graduates Welcome Resthaven Inc is a leader within aged care services, currently providing residential and community services as well as retirement living in South Australia. Resthaven is highly respected for the provision of responsive and quality services to older people. As a result of a promotion within the team we are seeking a Recruitment Officer to undertake resourcing activities to assist our Recruitment team based at our Head Office in Wayville. This will include telephone screening, reference checking, booking candidates for interviews and involvement in other pre-employment activities. You will have demonstrated experience in end-to-end recruitment. You will also have knowledge of general human resource practices and proficiency with On-Line Recruitment Systems and MS Office Suite. This role requires excellent planning, organisational and interpersonal skills. A focus on providing customer“centric service delivery across our program areas and a current driver™s licence is essential for this role. We would consider a Graduate for this role who has had some involvement in recruitment activities, so if you have tertiary qualifications in a Human Resource related discipline and looking for a career in Recruitment, we would welcome your application for this position. We offer attractive salary package including tax beneficial salary sacrifice arrangements. Enquiries to Ellen Helm, Manager Human Resources, T 8373 9073 To apply and for job description visit our website on www.resthaven.asn.au and click onto Careers Applications close 900am Tuesday 28 August 2018
Adelaide SA 5034, Australia
Our client has retained EGM Recruitment to recruit a knowledgeable and competent HRRecruitment Adviser to support their business across a diverse range of human resource functions on an ongoing part time basis. Job tasks and responsibilities The role will be varied and will require you be prepared to be hands-on in all facets of the HR team. Duties include Provide appropriate advice and consultation to Line Managers on all operational HR issues Provide general advice and support to employees on HR questionspolicy interpretation Training and development of new and existing staff Develop and implement HR improvement initiatives to support high performance and achievement Recruitment, onboarding and induction of employees (including employee agreements) Complete HR reporting for respective business areas and provide data analysis as required Reflect best practice in the delivery of HR services Skills and experience You will have knowledge and experience working in an HR advisory role with exposure to delivering projects, policy, training, development and performance coaching. You will have excellent interpersonal skills and strong business acumen. This role is ideal for a passionate individual make their mark in an organisation and drive their HR business partnering skills. If this sounds like you please click Apply button or email mellisa.bennettsegmpartners.com.,au
Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
Do you have a passion for the global financial services industry? Are you interested in a career providing strategic advice to some of the worlds leading investment banks on their human capital requirements? Do you have exceptional negotiation and influencing skills? JS Careers is a leading financial services recruitment firm in Australia. We hold extensive relationships with all major global investment banks operating in the Australian market. As a result of an increasing flow of opportunities from our clients, we are expanding our Sydney team. We are looking for both trainee and experienced professionals to join our Sydney office. For successful individuals we offer an opportunity to work with clients in Australia, but also take on international opportunities as we look to expand into Asia and the UK. This role will see you working with an established portfolio of leading investment banks and providing strategic advice to these firms in their pursuit of the best talent in the market. We will provide you with ongoing technical training on all facets of the global financial services sector and the roles that banking professionals perform in this industry. This will be complimented with training on managing contingent and executive search assignments, along with development of advanced sales and negotiation skills. We offer the most competitive remuneration structure in the recruitment market, including a fixed salary and defined quarterly bonus scheme. The work environment is casual and flexible, yet we hold very high expectations in terms of service delivery to clients and developing relationships with the individuals we deal with across the banking sector. To be considered for this role you must possess A degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. Law, Finance, Economics, Business) Interest in the Australian and global banking sector - firms and products An understanding of, and interest in the recruitment andor executive search industry Excellent communication and influencing skills An excellent academic record, both school and university Ambition and energy. To be successful in this role you must be a self starter with an exceptional level of drive and ambition. For further information or a confidential discussion, please contact Jacob Smith on 02 8096 9412, or send a formal CV through the link.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
About Us When Dan Murphy opened his first liquor store in 1952, he believed in offering the biggest range, the lowest prices and unbeatable customer service. A promise we still pride ourselves on keeping today. We™re looking for talented, passionate people to help continue his legacy. If you™re successful, you™ll join our vibrant team in making Dan Murphy™s a world leader in customer service. You™ll enjoy a great company culture, plus access to great employee benefits and training programs. And because Dan Murphy™s is part of Woolworths Group, you™ll be part of Australia™s largest retail group. About the role We currently have an opportunity for an experienced Learning Specialist to join the Dan Murphy™s People Culture team. Reporting to the Learning Development Manager you will be responsible for supporting the coordination and delivery of learning programs and interventions that grow and inspire our people. This role is based at our Support Office in Alphington, Melbourne. In this role, you will Support the Learning Development Manager to drive the learning and development agenda across the business. Support the design of programs inhouse or via external partners Provide support to the design and rollout of the learning deployment model across the business. Engage business stakeholders to ensure buy-in and sponsorship of learning Provide reporting and insights on the delivery of learning programs Work in collaboration with the People Team and business leads to develop a culture of learning Connect and maintain awareness of EDG and Woolworths Group Learning Initiatives About you Previous experience in Learning Development in a customer focused environment Experience in training needs analysis, learning framework design, instructional design and assessment Ability to leverage data and insights to improve learner participation and experience Strong relationship management, interpersonal, presentation and influencing skills Sound like your next opportunity? Apply now or head along to www.wowcareers.com.au to discover more
Fairfield Rd, Fairfield VIC 3078, Australia
About the business and the role Our client, a successful service provider has a need for an experienced HR Administrator for a 12 month cover initially. You can work 5 days (4 hours a day) or 4 days (5 hours a day) Job tasks and responsibilities Reporting to the HR Manager, you will be responsible for the following Maintain filing system for all administrative and HR records. Prepare employment contracts and contract variations Prepare HR correspondence as required eg confirmation of employment, probation successful letters etc. Engage, advise and communicate with hiring managers on all aspects of the recruitment process. Ensure payroll receives relevant payroll paperwork supporting HRIS updates within fortnightly pay cycles. Engage and coordinate onboarding contributors for each new starter. Engage, advise and communicate with hiring managers on all aspects of the recruitment process. Coordinate the advertising of employment opportunities. Skills and experience To be successful in this position, you will also have the following skills, knowledge and attributes Previous experience in a similar role Advanced ability to use standard business software packages (including Word, email, Excel) and general computer skills are essential. A sound knowledge of HR systems, processes and procedures. A basic knowledge of HR legislation and reporting requirements. Good organisational skills HR degree or studying towards a degree
Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
About the Role In this 12 month maternity relief contract as the Talent Acquisition Specialist , reporting to the General Manager- People Safety, you will be continually looking for innovative ways to source and select talented people for a range of diverse roles across the organisation. Offering a full end to end recruitment function to our hiring managers and senior leaders, so you will need to be skilled at sourcing, attracting talent and managing a variety of relationships, while setting and delivering on expectations in a fast paced environment Key Responsibilities End to end recruitment Build excellent relationships with key stakeholders Market mapping and talent pipe-lining internally and externally Collaborating with line managers on framing ideal candidate profiles Employment branding strategies Work with the relevant teams on executing effective recruitment strategies in line with business objectives Collaborate with finance around maintaining appropriate workforce structures for each department About You As an experienced recruiter, your customer-centric approach and credible, professional style will enable you to build relationships and add value in this unique and varied role. You have extensive experience with end to end talent acquisition processes and policies and enjoy driving for continuous improvement. You pride yourself on your ability to build strong stakeholder relationships and demonstrate refined judgement in everything that you do. High attention to detail, strong negotiation skills and excellent communication will be key to delivering high quality service. What youll need Significant recruitment, Talent Acquisition Specialist or Candidate Management experience in either agency or internal environments Customer driven and passionate about providing a high level of service to ensure a brilliant Candidate and Hiring Manager experience. Exceptional stakeholder engagement strong communications are your strengths Adaptable, you work well with change and thrive in a fast paced environment Process driven, you are all about outcomes and driving your own deliverables A team player who brings fun to the work place and collaborates to deliver results Other qualities we look for in our team. A positive attitude and ability to quickly build relationships with all key stakeholders Passion to learn and continuously develop. Confidence, reliability, honesty and flexibility About Us We are one of the fastest growing, exciting and dynamic motor dealership groups, currently we are the second largest automotive retail group in Australia and we plan to keep growing. With over 95 dealerships representing 31 car brands and 12 truck and bus brands we have operations in 5 states and territories. We also own a Motor Auction business, 5 Parts Distribution Centres and 2 Panel Shops and we currently employ approximately 3,100 people with sales revenue in excess of 2.7 billion per annum. Locally AP Eagers Newcastle and Hunter Division represents nine of the worlds best brands throughout our network of 20 dealerships. In addition to our large footprint of automotive dealerships located across the Hunter Region, the group provides Service, Parts, Finance, Insurance and Car Care solutions through our integrated business model. How to apply Applications may be submitted online via Seek
Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia
Freo Group is the foremost provider of crane hire services and project material logistics management in Australia. The company provides crane hire, heavy lift, project logistics management, oversize transport, materials handling, warehousing and storage with support bases located across Australia.
Perth WA 6165, Australia
Healthcare Australia (HCA) is Australias leading healthcare recruitment solutions-provider with 14 offices in all states and territories, a 50 growth rate year on year, outstanding profitability a dynamic team culture and experienced leadership. The Compliance and Recruitment manager actively supports and provides guidance to the team ensuring compliance in all aspects of internal and external pre and post locum placement procedures, following through to accuracy of invoicing, problem solving, completion of state and national audits, developing and communicating IT procedural changes and supporting new ad hoc projects. You will in conjunction with the recruitment consultants manage the assistant recruitment consultant™s day to day activities while assisting with their workloads and maintain the locum recruitment process. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POSITION Process Set and track weekly billing targets Manage all account queries Manage all ABN via LML invoices Ensure accurate weekly billings before cut off Updating all compliance documentation and process in line with government regulations and ensuing all paperwork reflects standards set out by the facilities or health website Resolve any outstanding invoicing issues Ensure that the business is prepared and passes NSW audits bi-annually Supporting the consultant in recruitment activities - including resume formatting and uploading, client and candidate management Ensuring all relevant background checks are completed and compliant Organising travel and accommodation arrangements Maintaining strong relationships and communications with the candidate Client Candidate Responding to queries Maintain positive relationships with clients candidates and ensure their needs are understood and agreed outcomes are successfully delivered. Work with cross functional teams to identify and analyse locum requirements providing best practice responses to senior management. Professionally represent the company as the leading healthcare recruitment company in Australia. People Assist the team with challenges and upskilling the team Check on ARC™s work load and assist where necessary (see ARC PD) Use effective written communication tools and techniques to inform and engage key stakeholders. Ensure that appropriate change management methodology is utilised to achieve successful outcomes. Coaching and training new recruits Conduct monthly meetings and 121 reviews with ARCs. TECHNICAL SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE Relevant tertiary qualifications, preferably Administration or business disciplines Strong analytical skills High level communication skills, written and verbal Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to confidently facilitate meetings Strong project management skills Demonstrated experience in within a commercial environment. Significant experience and demonstrated success in admin management. If you are looking to join a market leader in the ever-growing healthcare industry and contributing towards delivering the highest level of patient care in Australia, then HCA is for you. We are a people-centric business with core values of integrity, excellence, collaboration, innovation and sustainability being the heart and soul of what we deliver to our clients, candidates and patients. To apply online for this role click the Apply button below. Please note that only candidates who are shortlisted for interview will be contacted directly
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
The Big Red Group is home to multiple successful ecommerce marketplaces, we allow businesses to thrive in the support of our shared service teams and commercial leaders. We play to win and strive to fail fast and disrupt the digital world. Following a company re-organisition and recruitment drive we are seeking the talents of an HR Administrator to join our People Operations Team for a short term period, to help clear an administration backlog. What you will be doing Complete an audit of current employee files (Google docs) and review for missing requirements Scan and upload contract paperwork and forms What you need to bring HR experience as you will need to appreciate what an employment contract is, job description etc and have a sense of what to share and what is a confidential file note Strong attention to detail Ideally some experience with HRIS systemsdatabases This is a junior role which will suit a university student or administrator available for part-time work. If you are interested and available please apply now using the link below
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced, polished and proactive HR Consultant to join a dynamic HR Team Salary Package From 91,685 - 99,406 p.a. (Level 7), plus 9.5 employers superannuation. Appointment Type Full-time, Parental leave cover until February 2020 Macquarie University (North Ryde) location The Role The Office of Human Resources is currently seeking a suitably qualified HR Consultant to join the team. Reporting to the HR Client Manager you will Provide advice and support to managers and staff on HR policy, procedures and processes, including selection, performance management processes and change management. Collaborate with specialist HR functions to implement projects aimed at improving HR service within a specific client group. Identify and implement initiatives aimed at improving HR service within specific client groups Coach and support managers through performance management processes. Be able to respond proactively in a complex and transformative environment About You As an important part of the Human Resources team that develops and manages relationships with key stakeholders across the University, your experience gained in a similar role will be essential in providing support and advice to managers, staff and candidates on HR policies and processes. Collaboration with specialist HR functions to implement initiatives and projects aimed at improving HR service within and across client groups is key to achieving aligned business goals. Your experience with enterprise agreements, HR policies and their application will enable you to establish effective working relationships with your clients using outstanding written and verbal communication skills, thereby engaging their support and trust. Your proactive nature, high level of energy, flexibility and resilience, whilst maintaining confidentiality, discretion and professionalism, will see you thrive in a role where you will work in collaboration with others to achieve shared goals. About Us Human Resources provides support and advice to all academic and professional staff relating to the attraction, selection, performance, development and remuneration of the Universitys workforce. It also oversees the development of its leadership and management and ensures the University complies with relevant workforce legislation. We play an integral role in supporting the University™s transformation agenda to meet our strategic goals. The HR Client Services teams develop and manage relationships with key stakeholders across the University and its entities, providing support and advice to staff at all levels within the faculties and offices. Consultation with the HR specialist teams, including Recruitment, Employee Relations, Health and Safety, Organisation and Staff Development and Payroll ensures optimal advice and service delivery, implementation of initiatives and programs aimed at improving HR service and or meeting specific organisational needs, goals and strategies. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below Providing advice and support to clients on a broad range of HR issues, particularly recruitment and selection and performance management processes. Organisational design including work analysis, job design, job analysis and evaluation. Providing advice and developing client focused solutions through the interpretation and application of Enterprise Agreements, HR policies and processes. Building positive relationships with a wide range of stakeholders. Participating in HR related projects. Requires criminal check For further information regarding this role please view the position description below Position Description HR Consultant General Enquiries Samantha Poulos, HR Administrator on samantha.poulosmq.ed.au Applications Close Tuesday, 28th August 2018 at 1155pm (AEST) This position requires criminal record and qualifications checking. Macquarie University is an EO Employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications are encouraged from people with a disability women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles) Indigenous Australians, people who identify as GLBTI and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Applications need to be submitted through the Macquarie University online recruitment system. Where circumstances such as disability or remote location prohibit your access to our online system please contact the enquiries person listed in this advertisement for assistance.
Sydney NSW 2113, Australia
This is an excellent opportunity to work with a supportive experienced manager within blue collar recruitment Youll be tasked with interviewing, phone screening and placing candidates into various businesses across Sydney. Must have a drive and passion for sales The Company Our client is a national recruitment agency with interstate offices who deal in Blue Collar Recruitment. This agency has a great reputation and an ever-growing market presence. Youll be working in a supportive environment with market leading training and development on offer. The role As a 360 consultant you will be responsible for the end-end recruitment of blue collar and trades personnel for a wide and diverse client base. Key responsibilities include Candidate Care and Management, Talent pooling candidates Registering candidates, candidates care, placing adverts, interviewing candidates, phone screening, administration Working on a variety of roles across all sectors labourers, trades, fitters, construction, civil, engineering, machine operators Business Development Ideally, youll come from a blue-collar recruitment back ground and have demonstrated experience placing candidates. However our clients will also take trainee consultants or graduates looking to take a step into recruitment Youll need to ability to work under pressure and respond to tight deadlines. Youll need to be highly organised and have a positive attitude and want to learn recruitment as well as being hungry to succeed and earn money. Not only is this a great opportunity to join a high performing team with market leading training and development, also on offer for the right candidate is an excellent base salary, commission and fantastic future career progression. For a confidential discussion about this opportunity or the recruitment market in general, please call Katy Vinning on 02 9220 7300 or email katylimeres.com.au Refer a recruiter - If you know a talented recruiter who is looking for a fresh challenge, we pay a 500 cash referral fee (subject to terms)
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
This is a rare opportunity to take on a HOT desk with one of Sydneys most respected agencies. They have a fantastic reputation for exceptional delivery and a great ability to win and grow accounts with some of the largest organisations in NSW. Due to ongoing growth they are currently looking for a recruiter to join their very well established professional services. Theres an existing database to take advantage of and youll be tasked with the contract recruitment of qualified accounting professionals. Youll be busy and therefore need plenty of energy and be able to work quickly but with a keen eye on quality. Youll be part of a highly supportive team with great management and as such you wont necessarily need to be from an accounting recruitment background. Everyone in this business receives bags of training and development, staff turnover is very low and its a really adult culture where youll be trusted and supported rather than flogged to hit KPIs. If youre a recruiter looking for a new challenge and dont see yourself doing cold BD anymore, then please get in touch ASAP. Hit apply or feel free to call Katy Vinning for more info on 029 220 7303.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Join our Core Business Services (CBS) team and you will help support the important business enablement functions that keep our organisation running strong. As a CBS professional, you will work across teams to provide the knowledge, resources and tools that help EY deliver exceptional quality service to our clients, win in the marketplace and support EY™s growth and profitability. We call our human resources group the Talent Team, and this reflects how important our people are to the success of the EY organisation. Working with the Talent Team, you™ll help develop and execute our people strategy, which provides the programs, measures and tools that help our EY member firms employees achieve their goals. About the opportunity In your role as a Campus Recruitment Senior Consultant youll work closely with business stakeholders and the Oceania Campus Recruitment team to design and deliver recruitment campaigns to attract and recruit the best student talent to EY. This is a contract position until May 2019 with a view to an ongoing opportunity. Key responsibilities include Building relationships with internal stakeholders and ensuring recruitment activities are aligned to business priorities Managing recruitment campaigns for relevant business areas from initial attraction through to onboarding Working with the Oceania Recruitment and Employer Branding teams to design sourcing and candidate engagement strategies to support recruitment initiatives Building relationships with university stakeholders Organising and facilitating assessment centres Management of our student programs Delivering presentations and workshops on campus and internally Working with the Learning and Development team to coordinate induction and support the onboarding process Participating in Oceania work groups and ad hoc projects About you To be successful in this role you will be degree qualified with previous experience in high volume recruitment, ideally in a campus or student recruitment environment. You will be a confident communicator and presenter with excellent organisational skills and strong attention to detail. You will have the ability to build relationships and work as part of a team, be adaptable and skilled at managing multiple priorities. We want you to be creative and to have a passion for campus recruitment. About us EY is a global professional services organisation providing advisory, assurance, tax and transaction services. We are committed to doing our part in building a better working world, to help create wider economic and social benefits today, and a strong legacy for a better tomorrow. Apply now Across every part of EY, we dig deeper in pursuit of better working. Does better begin with you? Click apply online to find out. The preferred applicant will be subject to employment screening by Ernst Young or by their external third party provider. Â© 2018 Ernst Young Australia. All Rights Reserved.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
High energy, attention to detail and fun personality required A genuine opportunity to develop your recruitment HR skills, working as part of a youthful but highly seasoned team Based in Kewdale, only 18 mins East of the CBD with free onsite parking About the Lionel Samson Sadleirs Group Founded in 1829, by two brothers arriving on the second settlement vessel into Fremantle, the Lionel Samson Sadleirs Group has grown to deliver exceptional customer service across our four main organisational Divisions - Sadleirs Logistics, Sadleirs Global Logistics, Sadleirs Packing and Plantagenet Winery. About this opportunity Do you like to do things differently? Are you buzzed by the challenge of managing multiple vacancies, across different businesses, working for a diverse group of hiring managers? Do you like to be the best, the absolute best, where making recruitment enjoyable for hiring managers and applicants alike is your ultimate vision? If so, we want you to apply. But first, let us tell you a bit more about the job . . . We are seeking a pro-active and motivated HR Administrator on a 6 month term contract. You will be responsible for the provision of a broad range of HR services to managers and employees across the business. You will be comfortable with process and administration and have strong attention to detail and rigour. Key Duties Support the HR Business Partner to achieve the business strategy, the vision and the dream Active participation in end to end recruitment, both blue and white collar positions Assisting line managers with developing and maintaining position descriptions Administering the employee benefit and reward programs Be innovative and break the mould, helping to develop methods in our recruitment and HR support that generates employee engagement Performing general HR administrative processes and efficiently managing day to day HR enquiries and issues Skills, qualifications experience Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, Commerce or Business You have at least 2 year™s experience in Recruiting and Human Resources An understanding of the Fair Work Act and Australian employment frameworks You are courageous, resilient and you don™t take life too seriously. This is a œhands on position, where you will be required to roll up your sleeves and be actively involved in all aspects of the HR issues that arise across the group nationally. Culture Values LSSG The culture at LSSG is product of our ˜Family Values™ - SAFE, One Sadleirs, Customer Commitment, Communicate Openly Honestly, Empowerment and Respect. We use our values to make decisions and therefore we make a deliberate choice about what is important to us and our business. We strive to recruit like-minded talent, who want to build their success on our Family Values. Benefits Awesome team environment Family-friendly work hours and benefits Genuine recognition for a job well-done Competitive remuneration, comparative with similar industries. How to Apply Click ˜Apply™ Now and submit your resume, along with a cover letter detailing your remuneration expectations. Our employment opportunities gain considerable interest and therefore we will only be able to respond to those applicants who have been shortlisted. We work with a select group of trusted recruitment partners. We are therefore unable to accept unsolicited applications from recruitment agencies. We appreciate your understanding.
Perth WA 6105, Australia
Tip Top is a business division of George Weston Foods Limited (GWF). Our 4,000 people make some of Australia and New Zealands favourite and most innovative products, living our core purpose to delight people every day with food they love We are renowned for our iconic brands, Tip Top Â®, Sunblest„ and Golden„. We produce a wide range of mainstream bread, so whatever your age or taste, there is a GWF baking product to suit you. We are excited to be bringing our Talent Acquisition team in-house and this is your opportunity to be part of the growing team Reporting to the National People and Performance Manager - People Programs, we are seeking Talent Acquisition Business Partners to develop our internal recruiting capability and ensure quality candidates are identified, targeted and sourced into the recruitment pipeline for all salaried roles across Australia. Based in our North Ryde office, these roles will require experienced professionals to work collaboratively across the organisation supporting all functional areas. The main position objectives will include- Proactively creating and developing partnerships with hiring managers to anticipate and meet the evolving needs of the businesses to deliver best talent in the organisation Nurturing relationships with prospective candidates Identifying and attracting the right talent with aligned company values and behaviours that will drive the business forward Contributing to the companys growth strategy by developing organisational recruiting capabilities Advocate of Tip Top as a great place to work in the employee market The successful applicants will possess the following Tertiary degree qualification or relevant professional qualification 3-5 years minimum recruitment experience (previous experience working in fast paced environment such as FMCG, retail, manufacturing or other similar industries highly regarded) Clear understanding of the end to end recruitment lifecycle processes Experience in mapping and sourcing candidates from multiple sources and channels Proficient computer skills including use of social media platforms, in depth knowledge of data mining and internet research Demonstrated effectiveness in team engagement, cultural change and process improvement Strong stakeholder engagement, interpersonal and influencing skills Strong analytical and problem solving ability with the ability to provide actionable insights At GWF, we value accountability, ambition, and collaboration. As a diverse business with a proud heritage, we offer a broad range of career opportunities, where we challenge and support our people to Be Yourself - at your best. If you are looking for an opportunity where you can work on a varied and interesting portfolio of positons in a flexible and high performance environment - then this is the perfect role for you Click the Apply button now Applicants for this position may be required to undertake pre-employment screening tests. During the recruitment process you may be required to complete Security Assessment Forms that allow consent for GWF to perform a security and background check which may also include a criminal record check.
Sydney NSW 2113, Australia
Veolia Australia New Zealand is the only global company to provide a full range of environmental services in the fields of water solutions, waste management solutions and energy solutions. With the global expertise gained from serving the environment for more than 150 years, Veolia operates in more than 40 countries around the world, with well over a hundred sites and approximately 4000 employees in Australia. Reporting to the NSW General Manager of Employee Relations the successful applicant for this position will ensure the business is supported by offering a professional human resources service that is effective, productive and aligned with the business objectives. You will also manage HR systems, policies, processes and data to enable the business to be streamlined and efficient in consideration of the development of workforce strategies and management of HRIR functions as well as manage the development, implementation and monitoring of policies and procedures based on relevant legislation and contemporary HRIR management practices to enable organisational needs. The key responsibilities are (but not limited to) Manage HR systems administration and records maintenance in accordance with Veolia guidelines Conduct relevant systems training activities for the business unit in accordance with Veolia guidelines as required Manage all ER audit functions including the payroll audit. Manage the development and maintenance of NSW workforce plans including current and future plans. As a HR business partner the role provides HR advice and enablement to line management and staff Manage and enable construction of workforce structure strategy and formulation and general workforce planning methods. Lead the client base during realignments and restructuring. Manage and maintain NSW Organisational charts in accordance with policy, procedures and ER Delegations. Manage and analyse workforce data and provide reports and strategic advice relevant from and to the data. Comply with the Responsibilities, Authorities and Accountabilities defined by the Veolias Integrated Management System Manage the movement and storage of all NSW personnel files in accordance with Policy, procedures and legislation. The successful candidate requirements are Tertiary qualification in HR (Master™s degree preferred) Complete familiarity and experience in workforce planning and employee communications Demonstrated capability to lead a HRER team by managing its core business administration activities effectively Solid understanding of the employment engagement philosophy and communications. High level experience with HR data input and critical analysis High level understanding of HR procedures, practices and systems High level of competence in managing and supporting contemporary HR systems that provide payroll services, workforce and employee data High level understanding of contemporary HR policies surrounding policies, salaries and benefits Demonstrated understanding and experience with change management and workforce planning methodology Demonstrated understanding of Industrial Relations, Enterprise Bargaining Agreements (EBA™s) and Awards Ability to contribute towards the development and implementation of HRIR programs and initiatives to meet the needs of the organisation Working knowledge of computerised human resource information systems, particularly, Ascender (Talent 2), Success factors and Tableau is a preference This position presents as an excellent opportunity for an ambitious, career-minded individual with a genuine desire to succeed. In return for your skills, experience and commitment we offer an attractive remuneration package including staff benefits, a great working environment and a chance to gain experience within a global organisation. As part of the recruitment process, candidates will be required to undertake a pre-employment medical, fill out a characteristic profile survey on line and other relevant background checks. Veolia™s fundamental values - responsibility, solidarity, respect, innovation and customer focus Veolia Australia New Zealand is an equal opportunity employer.
Sydney NSW 2142, Australia