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Principal Audit Capability | Global Role | Partner with the leadership team

At BHP we support our people to grow, learn, develop their skills and reach their potential. With a global portfolio of operations, we offer a diverse and inclusive environment with extraordinary career opportunities. Our strategy is to focus on creating a safe work environment where our employees feel strongly connected to our values and objectives, and where the capability of our people is key to our success. Come and be a part of this success. About the role The Principal Audit Capability provides oversight of the onboarding, capability development and knowledge management of Internal Audit and Assurance (IAA) staff. In this role, you will partner with IAA Leadership Team and Managers to develop strategies and programs to drive technical and other relevant capabilities for internal audit execution including training. The role reports to the Internal Audit Advisory “ VP Strategy and Development. The responsibilities of the role include Capability Strategy Responsible for development and implementation of a capability strategy and framework for IAA aligned to the broader Audit Strategy and Internal Audit Plan. Preparation of a skills needs analysis and based on industry leading practice. Develop and implement a knowledge management strategy. Benchmarking Lead benchmarking efforts of skills and capability to feed into the recruitment and training strategy to deliver the Audit Plan. In conjunction with Human Resources, monitor changes in external environment (including workforce supply issues, contemporary research on leadership and culture and propose strategic responses). Capability Framework Implement the capability framework across IAA including establishing minimum standards, skills database and an accreditation program. Communications Calendar Manage a communications calendar for the IAA Team. Reporting In conjunction with Principal Reporting, maintain dashboard reporting for IAA metrics relating to training, recruitment, accreditations, functional skills relative to required skills, and other metrics as defined with the Leadership Team and IAA Managers. Training Establish and maintain an annual training calendar for all IAA staff. Coordinate and assist in the development and delivery of in-house training. Manage recruitment and training budget for the Function. Partner with HR to ensure internal training opportunities can be appropriately leveraged for the IAA Team. Guest Auditors and Co-source Support the guest auditor program and co-source through onboarding and training support. Relationship Management Maintain relationships with key internal and external stakeholders including Internal Audit Team, Human Resources, Learning Services, CoEs, co-source providers, CEB and others. About you To be successful in this role, you will ideally have the following skills and experience Relevant Tertiary qualifications Significant post-qualification experience in a multi-entity, large international corporate environment. Strong relevant experience in organisation development, capability management or a related field. Experience with developing training plans. Developing and facilitating training. Strong communication, facilitation, influencing and interpersonal skill. Understanding of audit including experience in practice management. Proven ability to translate strategy into action. Proven strategic thinker skilled at solving complex problems. Leadership skills in global multi-cultural environments and ability to lead and manage change. Supporting a diverse workforce At BHP, we recognise that 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. We know there are many aspects of our employees™ lives that are important, and work is only one of these, so we offer benefits to enable your work to fit with your life. These benefits include flexible working options, a generous paid parental leave policy, other extended leave entitlements and parent rooms.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Principal Audit Capability | Global Role | Partner with the leadership team

At BHP we support our people to grow, learn, develop their skills and reach their potential. With a global portfolio of operations, we offer a diverse and inclusive environment with extraordinary career opportunities. Our strategy is to focus on creating a safe work environment where our employees feel strongly connected to our values and objectives, and where the capability of our people is key to our success. Come and be a part of this success. About the role The Principal Audit Capability provides oversight of the onboarding, capability development and knowledge management of Internal Audit and Assurance (IAA) staff. In this role, you will partner with IAA Leadership Team and Managers to develop strategies and programs to drive technical and other relevant capabilities for internal audit execution including training. The role reports to the Internal Audit Advisory “ VP Strategy and Development. The responsibilities of the role include Capability Strategy Responsible for development and implementation of a capability strategy and framework for IAA aligned to the broader Audit Strategy and Internal Audit Plan. Preparation of a skills needs analysis and based on industry leading practice. Develop and implement a knowledge management strategy. Benchmarking Lead benchmarking efforts of skills and capability to feed into the recruitment and training strategy to deliver the Audit Plan. In conjunction with Human Resources, monitor changes in external environment (including workforce supply issues, contemporary research on leadership and culture and propose strategic responses). Capability Framework Implement the capability framework across IAA including establishing minimum standards, skills database and an accreditation program. Communications Calendar Manage a communications calendar for the IAA Team. Reporting In conjunction with Principal Reporting, maintain dashboard reporting for IAA metrics relating to training, recruitment, accreditations, functional skills relative to required skills, and other metrics as defined with the Leadership Team and IAA Managers. Training Establish and maintain an annual training calendar for all IAA staff. Coordinate and assist in the development and delivery of in-house training. Manage recruitment and training budget for the Function. Partner with HR to ensure internal training opportunities can be appropriately leveraged for the IAA Team. Guest Auditors and Co-source Support the guest auditor program and co-source through onboarding and training support. Relationship Management Maintain relationships with key internal and external stakeholders including Internal Audit Team, Human Resources, Learning Services, CoEs, co-source providers, CEB and others. About you To be successful in this role, you will ideally have the following skills and experience Relevant Tertiary qualifications Significant post-qualification experience in a multi-entity, large international corporate environment. Strong relevant experience in organisation development, capability management or a related field. Experience with developing training plans. Developing and facilitating training. Strong communication, facilitation, influencing and interpersonal skill. Understanding of audit including experience in practice management. Proven ability to translate strategy into action. Proven strategic thinker skilled at solving complex problems. Leadership skills in global multi-cultural environments and ability to lead and manage change. Supporting a diverse workforce At BHP, we recognise that 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. We know there are many aspects of our employees™ lives that are important, and work is only one of these, so we offer benefits to enable your work to fit with your life. These benefits include flexible working options, a generous paid parental leave policy, other extended leave entitlements and parent rooms.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Associate Director, Workforce Relations Strategy

An exciting time to join the People and Corporate Services Division of Transport for NSW where you can be part of the significant government investment into NSW infrastructure Permanent full-time position, located in Chippendale (next to Central Station) Join an organisation that cares as much as about your career as you do Great people come from all walks of life and at Transport for NSW we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. The opportunity We have an opportunity for an Associate Director, Workforce Relations Strategy to lead the development and manage the implementation of Cluster workforce relations and management change strategies to support Transport major infrastructure and other plans and priorities. This key position will lead the co“design, assists the implementation, evaluates and reports on Workforce Relations Cluster strategies and road maps, most notably the 3-5 year plan. The role will also drive specialist and progressive workforce relations change and planning advice to the Cluster on proposed reform and other initiatives. The successful candidate for this position will have superior relationship management skills, UnionIR experience and exposure, as well as strategic thinking in a changing environment. For more information on this position, view the role description here About us Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is the lead agency of the NSW Transport cluster. Our role is to lead the development of a safe, efficient, integrated transport system that keeps people and goods moving, connects communities and shapes the future of our cities, centres and regions. Benefits An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful candidate If you are looking for an environment in which you can contribute to creating a legacy of achievement that will last for generations, and enjoy a flexible and diverse working environment which values collaboration and personal development, then we™d like to meet you. Our commitment to diversity TfNSW are committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture across the Transport cluster, planning for and promoting diversity. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTI, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups. TfNSW recognises the benefits that such an approach brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of NSW. Essential requirements Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field, or equivalent experience How to apply To apply for this position, please submit a resume and brief covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses a) the reason for your interest, and b) how your skills and experience suit the role. For more information on how to apply for a role in the NSW Public Sector please click here or for more information on Transport for NSW please click on the link provided. Should you have enquiries about the role, please contact Ciaran Martin on 0403 082 647 If you encounter technical issues please contact I Work for NSW Support Team on 1800 562 679 (Mon-Fri) or supportjobs.nsw.gov.au Applications close 1159pm, Sunday 28 October 2018

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Associate Director, Workforce Relations Strategy

An exciting time to join the People and Corporate Services Division of Transport for NSW where you can be part of the significant government investment into NSW infrastructure Permanent full-time position, located in Chippendale (next to Central Station) Join an organisation that cares as much as about your career as you do Great people come from all walks of life and at Transport for NSW we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. The opportunity We have an opportunity for an Associate Director, Workforce Relations Strategy to lead the development and manage the implementation of Cluster workforce relations and management change strategies to support Transport major infrastructure and other plans and priorities. This key position will lead the co“design, assists the implementation, evaluates and reports on Workforce Relations Cluster strategies and road maps, most notably the 3-5 year plan. The role will also drive specialist and progressive workforce relations change and planning advice to the Cluster on proposed reform and other initiatives. The successful candidate for this position will have superior relationship management skills, UnionIR experience and exposure, as well as strategic thinking in a changing environment. For more information on this position, view the role description here About us Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is the lead agency of the NSW Transport cluster. Our role is to lead the development of a safe, efficient, integrated transport system that keeps people and goods moving, connects communities and shapes the future of our cities, centres and regions. Benefits An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful candidate If you are looking for an environment in which you can contribute to creating a legacy of achievement that will last for generations, and enjoy a flexible and diverse working environment which values collaboration and personal development, then we™d like to meet you. Our commitment to diversity TfNSW are committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture across the Transport cluster, planning for and promoting diversity. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTI, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups. TfNSW recognises the benefits that such an approach brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of NSW. Essential requirements Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field, or equivalent experience How to apply To apply for this position, please submit a resume and brief covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses a) the reason for your interest, and b) how your skills and experience suit the role. For more information on how to apply for a role in the NSW Public Sector please click here or for more information on Transport for NSW please click on the link provided. Should you have enquiries about the role, please contact Ciaran Martin on 0403 082 647 If you encounter technical issues please contact I Work for NSW Support Team on 1800 562 679 (Mon-Fri) or supportjobs.nsw.gov.au Applications close 1159pm, Sunday 28 October 2018

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Employee Relations Consultant

Join a high performing team of HR professionals to apply your employment law knowledge in a highly commercial environment. This opportunity will allow you to provide outstanding ER advisory and consulting services to the wider organisation across the full suite of Employee Relations matters. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to join the Employee Relations team within the ANZ Region and be aligned with specific business groups. This role will give you a broad range of responsibility and the chance to advise on employment legislation and associate risks, HR practices across Macquarie, work on projects, as well as assisting and guiding business managers and coaching them as necessary. As a trusted advisor to the business, and subject matter expert, you will advise management on matters relating to HR practices and employment risks, practical people management and employment related issues such as restructuring and performance management. In addition, it will be in your remit to interpret and implement HR policies, undertake an investigatory role relating to internal complaints and disciplinary issues, and partner with the Workplace Health Safety team on employee health-related issues. With an acute sense of the importance of confidentiality, sensitivity and diplomacy, you will hold tertiary qualifications in either Employment Law, Employee Relations or Human Resources as well as a stable and progressive career to date working in an advisory capacity to clients and stakeholders. A practical knowledge of Federal and State employment laws will be essential and while financial services experience is highly desirable, we also welcome applications from those holding experience from within legal, consulting and professional services environments. Most importantly, you are tenacious, highly collaborative, confident in your ability to nurture and develop relationships and a natural problem solver. If you feel this position offers you the right career path, then we would like to hear from you. We are seeking a covering letter and concise resume as one Word or PDF-formatted document. To include your covering letter, simply insert an additional page into the front or back of your resume The Corporate Operations Group (COG) brings together specialist support services including workplace, human resources, market operations and technology. COGs purpose is to drive operational excellence through business-aligned services with a focus on quality, cost and risk. COG comprises the following divisions Business Improvement and Strategy, Business Services, Human Resources, Market Operations, and Technology. Find out more about Macquarie careers at www.macquarie.comcareers Macquarie understands the importance of diversity and inclusion - our long history of success has come from being different. At Macquarie we value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. The one thing we all have in common is our focus on high performance. If youre capable, motivated and can deliver, we want you on our team. We facilitate a range of flexible working arrangements within our teams. Talk to us about what flexibility may be available.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Learning and Development Advisor. Permanent Full Time - Warwick

About the Organisation Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation of 5,600 employees working in more than 440 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers. We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each clients individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply. About the role Based in our Warwick office and as part of our growing national Learning and Development team, we are looking for a Learning and Development professional with the agility to move between projects and deliver outcomes that enhance our service delivery to our clients. The role will be fast paced and include a range of LD activities including design, delivery, consulting, data analysis and administrative activities. Key Responsibilities Manage the learning needs analysis for LD programs and services for employees Deliver and review learning programs and conduct assessments Assist in the review of current LD systems and practices Assist in change management to develop confidence and competence in the LWB Learning Management System Develop learning programs Manage the scheduling of LD Programs Lead and support LD projects as required Actively contribute to the national Learning Development Community of Practice Travel intrastate required (across WA SA) Skills Experience Current Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment OR evidence of training in facilitation delivery skills An understanding of learning and facilitation styles and strategies Ability to follow and deliver existing training material to ensure desired outcomes are achieved Ability to write learning curriculum from first principles Working knowledge of e-learning delivery Excellent communication, negotiation, influencing and interpersonal skills appropriate to a fast paced environment Current Driver™s Licence. Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check. Benefits Excellent salary packaging benefits Monthly rostered days off National LD team with an opportunity to make a huge impact How to Apply Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click ˜Apply™ and follow the prompts. For any enquiries including persons with disability that require adjustments, contact recruitmentlwb.org.au Applications close at midnight on Monday the 22nd of October, 2018

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


Culture & Organisational Health Advisor

Overview We are currently seeking a Culture Organisational Health Advisor to join our People team based in Melbourne. Working as part of the Culture OD team - the role will manage and roll-out culture initiatives across the People team and the Corporate site to drive employee engagement. Reporting to the Senior Specialist Coaching and Development, you will also be the lead specialist (working with an external provider) to drive the annual Organisational Health process from end to end to meet intended objectives. You will also provide administrative and project support when required to the Culture and OD team. Lifestyle At Newcrest, youll be part of a diverse team of business professionals committed to our people and the communities in which we operate. We value diversity of thought, style and working arrangements. Based on St Kilda Road, our Melbourne Head Office is easily accessible by public transport or car, with discounted parking available. About You To be successful in the role, you will have previous project managementco-ordination experience ideally in a shared services environment, and strong systemsreporting experience. You will have excellent communication skills with a proactive service orientation, attention to detail including initiative to follow up. In this key role you will need the ability to liaise with all levels of stakeholders with discretion, be adaptable and have a can-do attitude. You will be astute at creative problem solving to get things done and how to find the right people to help you along the way. About Us Newcrest is the largest gold producer listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and one of the world™s largest gold mining companies. Our people work together across locations in Australia, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Indonesia and Côte d™Ivoire and in every location, our people live our values and share our vision of being the Miner of Choice„. We™re committed to supporting a safe, diverse and inclusive culture where our talents and differences are valued. If you™re looking for a rewarding career that offers world-class opportunities, talk with us. It™s an exciting time to be a part of Newcrest. Please note we may consider applications on an ongoing basis and therefore encourage you to apply at your earliest opportunity.

location Victoria St, Elsternwick VIC 3185, Australia


Human Resources Business Partner

Knorr-Bremse Australia Pty Ltd. Is Australias leading brake and door system specialist providing innovative and custom-engineered solutions to achieve local market requirements. Providing service, maintenance, refurbishment and upgrades of rail products, structured to the service needs of the marketplace with support provided from five branches located in NSW, Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia. An opportunity exists for a Human Resources Business Partner to join the Human Resources team at Granville. The Human Resources Business Partners responsibility is to act as the key contact person for all employees, including managers and leaders, in assigned business functions for all HR-related activities. This role involves Recruitment, selection, contract preparation, maintenance of recruitment and job description databases and induction of new employees Goal setting and performance management Managing relationships with employee representatives, including Enterprise Bargaining Agreement and Award interpretation Learning and development Talent management and succession planning Organisation design and headcount planning Change management Remuneration and benefits Grievance investigation and resolution Maintenance of HRIS and compilation of HR reports, both internal and external Act as back-up for Payroll Officer during periods of leave Tertiary Qualifications Education Professional Experience Required Minimum of 3 years industry experience in Human Resources Tertiary qualifications, or equivalent experience, in Human Resources Management or related discipline The successful candidate will have the following skills and experience Experience working as a human resource professional at a Business Partner, Advisor or Coordinator level in a business of a similar size is essential Some level of exposure to unionised environments in a similar industry would be advantageous Experience working with SuccessFactors HRIS would be beneficial Computer literacy (Word Excel PowerPoint) Verbal and written communication skills Knowledge of legislative requirements Organisation and prioritisation skills You will be joining a collaborative and culturally diverse organisation with state of the art facilities located within walking distance from Clyde Station. Does this sound like the ideal position for your next career move? Do you believe your professional skills and experience match the above? If so, dont miss out on this opportunity, apply now To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below.

location Sydney NSW 2142, Australia


National Learning and Development Manager

I-MED Radiology Network, Australia™s leading private diagnostic imaging network, has an excellent new opportunity for a National Development Manager to provide high quality leadership, management and expertise in the delivery of I-MED™s learning and development strategy. Reporting to the General Manager of HR and Organisational Development, this is a new role that will specifically target the learning and development strategy for doctors however will also address needs more broadly across all staff and leaders within the Network. Key accountabilities include Lead, manage and support the creation and implementation of I-MED™s development strategy for Doctors, staff and leadership Ensure I-MED™s development strategy, development proposals and key learning initiatives are robust regarding ROI and are aligned with current and future needs Provide expertise, management and support in the design of I-MED™s learning management system Ensure training events and programs are managed efficiently and effectively Ensure I-MED is measuring the impact and outcomes of learning and development programs and initiatives Develop and maintain strong working relationships both internally and externally I-MED Radiology offers you A visible, hands-on role with ability to make long term impact on business and healthcare outcomes Professional and collaborative team environment Competitive remuneration package To be successful in this role you will have Bachelor™s-level degree in science, education, health or a businessmanagement related field plus qualifications in instructional design or training assessment At least 5 years™ experience in managing the delivery of organisation-wide learning and development strategy preferably in a healthcare services setting Demonstrated ability to research and evaluate training needs in collaboration with stakeholders Demonstrated ability to facilitate the design and development of learning programs and resources for on-line and facilitator-led delivery Demonstrated high level project management and organisational skills and ability to manage multiple priorities successfully Advanced use of Powerpoint, Articulate Storyline and Learning Management Systems preferred If you™re ready for a new challenge, this is a fantastic opportunity to maximise and broaden your experience in a critical role with a leading private diagnostic imaging provider. To express interest or find out more about this position, please apply here or contact I-MED Careers on 02 8274 1080 or careersi-med.com.au

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Health & Wellbeing Officer

Mackay Regional Council is looking for an experienced and passionate Health Wellbeing Officer to join the People Culture team on a permanent, part-time basis. This is a flexible role with a focus on delivering a variety of health and wellbeing initiatives across four themes social, physical, mental and financial. The Health and Wellbeing Strategy outlines these initiatives and how they fit into other aspects of working at MRC including diversity, inclusion, organisational culture and leadership. The role is a great opportunity for someone with a health and wellbeing background who wants to broaden their knowledge and experience across a greater range of challenges and initiatives. To be successful in this role, you will have Experience in creatively designing and delivering health and wellbeing promotion initiatives Tertiary qualifications in a health promotion field or equivalent relevant experience Engagement, collaboration and customer service skills Experience working in a high-volume environment with a capacity to prioritise competing demands Why work for Mackay Regional Council? Mackay Regional Council is committed to providing a positive worklife balance, giving you ample opportunity to explore endless beautiful beaches, scenic drives past the sugar-cane fields to Eungella National Park and beautiful forests, parks, gorges and secret swimming holes in the Mackay Region. In addition, Mackay Regional Council provides competitive remuneration packages including attractive salary, hours, employee benefits and training and development opportunities. In return for your valued contribution you will be rewarded with Hourly rate from 34.98 “ 38.63 Permanent, part-time role working 21.75 hours per week Up to 18 superannuation (conditions apply) Choice of 4 or 5 weeks™ annual leave (pro-rata) 17.5 leave loading Employee Assistance Program Employee health and wellbeing initiatives Active social clubs Flexible work arrangements May be eligible for salary sacrificing options Membership to lifestyle benefits program including corporate discounts Study and assistance programs for career development Learning and development opportunities Interested? To apply, you will need to submit a cover letter, resume and a full response to the selection criteria. The position description can be found attached to the vacancy on Council™s website. For further information or to apply, please visit www.mackay.qld.gov.aucareers We are an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer, where all applicants are treated with fairness and respect and have equal access to all opportunities available. At Mackay Regional Council, diversity is about creating a respectful and inclusive workplace that recognises the unique contributions and perspectives of our employees, working together to deliver extraordinary results.

location Dumbleton QLD 4740, Australia


ParentsNext | Employment Preparation Case Worker

ProCare Australia are the leading specialist recruitment agency for the community service industry in Australia, providing casual, locum and permanent career opportunities. The Organisation Our customer is a long standing member of the community in providing creative, planned and innovative services. This well-established organisation is a non-for-profit Logan based service and provides a wide variety of youth based and family services. The Role Our client is seeking an experienced, down to earth and motivated case worker to join a small, high achieving team to achieve positive outcomes for parents wanting to return to the workforce. The role is located in Logan Central, and is Part Time - Monday - Thursday 10am - 230pm. The successful candidate will work with a case load of parents with young children to prepare them for future employment so they are well positioned to enter the workforce when their children start attending school. Working with parents to identify education and employment goals, the role involves engaging with participants to assess their work readiness including training and personal development. Key Responsibilities Engage with participants and assess their work readiness Develop participation plans for clients. Monitor and report progress Facilitate client engagement in planned activities Develop information and resources for clients and staff Undertake administration associated with client records, participation fund claims and outcome payments To Be Successful Demonstrated knowledge of employment preparation Experience in direct service delivery in the employment or human services sector An understanding of the labour market and training opportunities Demonstrated effectiveness in implementing strategies to help people overcome barriers that prevent them from participating in the workforce, including non-vocational issues Strong interpersonal skills including rapport building Strong time management skills Relevant Tertiary qualifications within the Community Services sector and or experience Current Qld Driver license Current First Aid Certificate or ability to obtain Current Working with Childrens Check or ability to obtain Salary Benefits The salary is paid between 69,724 - 75,799 per annum Pro Rata for Part Time + Superannuation + Salary Sacrifice. The role is located in Logan Central, and is Part Time - Monday - Thursday 10am - 230pm. Please include a cover letter with your application Applications close Thursday 18th October 2018 Find out more about positions available at www.procareaustralia.com.au

location Brisbane QLD 4114, Australia


Talent, Leadership & Capability Coordinator

6-month contract which leads to high possibility to convert into perm Located in Surry Hills with walking distance to Central Station Excel your career in a fast paced, dynamic environment Work with Australias most exciting innovative media provider - News Corp- home to well known brands such as News.com.au, Vogue, The Australian The Daily Telegraph. Provide support to the Talent, Leadership Capability team who help to develop and upskill News Corp staff to reach their highest potential. Whats the role? Event management coordination Dealing with suppliers Invoice and budget management Capability program evaluation and reporting Ad-hoc administrative tasks Who are you? Previous experience working in a similar talent or capability position or an experienced EA who has worked in a fast paced business environment Positive, confident, energetic and able to deal with multiple stakeholders and deadlines Proactive mentality and a pragmatic approach to get the job done end to end Able to work both independently and within a team environment Excellent relationship building and communication skills Organised with excellent time management office suite skills (Powerpoint, Word, Excel ) Whats in it for you? Supportive and friendly environment. We encourage innovation, collaboration and creative thinking. Fun, fast-paced and excellent opportunities for growth and development. Flexible working arrangements Discounted health care Employee discount with multiple brands including BMW, Qantas, Apple, Samsung etc On-site gym and wellbeing centre Who are we? The nations most influential media organisation, News Corp Australia reaches an unduplicated audience of 16 million Australians every month. As well as our famous news and sports brands, we lead the way in fashion, food, health, real estate and parenting. We have the largest online news audience in the country, with a bigger digital footprint than Facebook. Where do I sign? Apply now or for more information on careers at News Corp Australia visit www.newscorpaustralia.comcareers

location Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


Organisational Development Specialist

Newmont Mining Corporation is one of the world™s largest gold producers with assets on four continents including operations in Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Founded in 1921 Newmont is the only gold company included in the SP 500 Index and Fortune 500 and was the first gold company selected to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index. Regional site support is provided through Newmont Australias Perth team which is located in modern offices in Subiaco. Purpose Reporting to the HR and Organisational Development Manager, the Organisational Development Specialist is responsible for assisting in the delivery of people capability and engagement programs to support organisational culture and alignment with regional Business Objectives. The position is for a fixed term 12 month contract, to cover a period of Parental Leave, based in the Newmont Subiaco office with frequent and regular travel to site, as the business needs dictate. Essential Duties Provide delivery of agreed cultural and leadership interventions, with some input into program development and design. Coaching and follow-up on outcomes from the above with individual participants and work groups Integrate global inclusion and diversity initiatives in the region Support regional implementation of inclusion and diversity activities and initiatives Support in the administration and facilitation of Newmont Talent Management and Succession Planning Support, and delivery of development activities and individual development plans. Provide input into scheduling of the above activities, with liaison between operational stakeholders and regional HR OD manager Previous Skills Experience Tertiary qualification relevant to the role (e.g. Psychology, BusinessManagement, Human Resources). Minimum of 5 years practical experience in the areas of facilitation, one-on-one coaching, andor staff development (preferably mining specific experience). Demonstrated working knowledge of organisational leadership concepts and models. Demonstrated experience in the design and implementation of Inclusion Diversity initiatives across a large business Demonstrated understanding of Change Management tools and framework, with experience in leading Change Management initiatives Experience in organisation culture change programs Strong communication skills “ verbalpresentation skills, writing of presentation materials and program communication specifically for corporate senior leadership groups The Rewards Our employees enjoy a generous salary package and a flexible work arrangement which includes 1 work day off every 4 weeks. Not only will you work in a dynamic and collaborative environment, but you will also benefit from the opportunities that only a global company can offer. Our Culture Newmont is an Equal Opportunity Employer that operates globally to a common set of safety, environmental and community relation standards that define expected performance for our operating sites. Maintaining high standards for all of Newmont™s operations and measuring our performance against those global standards is an integral part of our current business practice and our long term goals. Newmont is a diverse and inclusive culture where all people can achieve and contribute to their greatest potential. Our Values Newmont encourages workplace diversity. Women and applicants with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. As part of our commitment to the Traditional Owners we welcome applications from candidates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island descent. Newmont acknowledges Aboriginal people as the first Australians and respects their unique relationship with the land and sea, their culture, spiritual tradition and stories. NOTE Newmont does not ask for or require job applicants to pay money to apply or be considered for employment with the Company. In addition, Newmont does not ask potential job candidates to provide sensitive personal data without first submitting a job application through our secure, online portal, and only as requested for legitimate business purposes.ã If you are asked to provide money or sensitive personal data through any other means, do not respond and please report this immediately toãit.secnewmont.com.

location Subiaco WA 6008, Australia


Workcover and Injury Management Advisor

About Us EnergyAustralia is one of Australias largest energy companies providing smart, innovative energy solutions for our customers. Were in an exciting transformation and are committed to becoming a world-class organisation with the customer at the heart of everything we do. About the role Reporting directly to the Corporate Health and Safety Leader, this strategic role has a claims management focus and involves ongoing case management and return to work planning for injured employees. You will be responsible for Managing workcover claims process through appropriate processing of claims, file noting, document control and liaising with key stakeholders Developing and implementing improved workcover and injury management systems across the sites Communicating with key stakeholders and influencing positive return to work outcomes Assisting in workcover and injury management policy and procedure development Providing strategic advice to all levels of the organisation regarding rehabilitation and workers compensation Report writing and analysis of data to a standard that can be used by senior management Developing strategic return to work plans based on consultation with key stakeholders Facilitating training programs and educating managers and employees on workcover, injury management and rehabilitation Attending claims reviews and representing the company at conciliation meetings and other external meetings Assisting the Corporate Health and Safety Leader with wellbeing and other safety initiatives What we™re looking for Experience in developing and implementing injury management improvement programs Experience as a Senior Case Manager, Return to Work Specialist, Injury Management Advisor Coordinator or Occupational Rehab Consultant (preferred) Strong knowledge of the Victorian Workers Compensation legislation (compulsory) and relevant interstate legislation (preferred) Experience and background in mental health and general wellbeing Proficient in MS Office, Excel, Word, PowerPoint and any injury management system Outstanding communication and presentation skills with the ability to present in front of Senior Leaders Proactive, team player and thrives on working in a dynamic environment Preferred background in allied health with tertiary qualification in related field How to Apply If you share our passion for making customers a priority, doing the right thing, leading change and want to be part of an organisation focused on making a positive impact, click the Apply button to submit your application. For a copy of the job description please visit our website www.energyaustralia.com.au For any queries contact Tania.Quachenergyaustralia.com.au. or (03) 8628 1568. Please ensure your application is submitted online and not via the email on this advertisement as there is an application form to be filled out as part of the recruitment process. Application will close 26th October 2018.

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Human Resource Divisional Secretary

About the Company 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. Register or apply with us for ongoing access to a wide range of temporary and permanent jobs for all skill levels. About the Role Workpac are currently seeking a HR Divisional Secretary on a 52 roster. The role is a 12 month contracted role. Must be able to provide administrative and secretarial services to Executive level employees and their direct management team, ensuring efficient and effective operations and communications.This role is a great opportunity for a self-motivated and proactive team member who can support general business operations through administrative support activities by following discipline focused policies and processes. You will be reporting to two General Managers withing the Human Resources sector. Responsibilities Providing administrative support directly to two GMs of HR, exercising confidentiality, tact and diplomacy Using business software applications (e.g. word excel, powerpoint) to prepare correspondence, reports, presentations, agendas and minutes Receive, screen and direct incoming calls, visitors, mail and e-mail Maintain files, records, calendars and diaries, arrange business travel, coordinate meeting arrangements, and track expenses May participate in the implementation of administrative standards, policies and practices for the organisation Manage dashboards, monthly reports and support any functional or special projects. Manage end to end service requests for stakeholders Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Demonstrated experience in a similar role Excellent communication skills “ verbal and written Experience with SAP and proficient with MS Office suites Ability to work autonomously and ability to multitask and priorities conflicting tasks as well as good time management and strong organisational skills High level of attention to detail At least 2+ years experience in the same field Why work for WorkPac? We have a team of dedicated recruiters, most of which have in field knowledge of the industry, who make continuous contact to ensure you are happy with not only WorkPacs service but our clients. We are committed to ensuring you are happy and safe, you are our most valuable asset WorkPac have over 45 offices throughout Australia, this means you have the flexibility to work anywhere in Australia with us. As WorkPac has such a large footprint, we know our local areas and are always helping our local community. How to Apply Click on the Apply button REFERENCE NUMBER TMPRIJ201836990 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.

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


District Manager - Workforce Health, Safety & Wellbeing

Employment Type Permanent Full Time Position Classification Health Mgr Lvl 4 Remuneration 124277 - 148690 Hours Per Week 38 Requisition ID REQ71666 Where youll be working With a rapidly growing population we offer a comprehensive range of services from acute care at Gosford and Wyong hospitals to sub-acute and community based services. We encourage a workforce that is innovative, eager to acquire knowledge and enhance skills and compassionate in caring for our community. As part of our team we will support you and help you develop your career with us. We invite you to come and be a part of our community. The Central Coast is renowned for its natural beauty. From the bush to the beach there is plenty to do “ swimming, surfing, diving, golf, restaurants, cafes, bush walks, sporting clubs and activities for the kids and great shopping “ and all in a friendly and relaxed environment. To hear from our team what it™s like to work with us, you can read their stories on our Instagram account. httpinstagram.comcareersatcclhd Also please connect with us on LinkedIn to stay up to date with career opportunities. What youll be doing Lead and manage health safety and wellbeing service delivery and consultancy across CCLHD facilities in support of organisational and individual performance. Selection Criteria Tertiary qualifications in WHS or related field, or extensive experience as part of a Health Safety and Wellbeing service in a large and complex organisation. Highly developed leadership and change management and project management skills, and demonstrated capacity to effectively participate in a workforce management team. Demonstrated experience in developing WHS, Risk Management, Staff Health and Wellbeing capability within a large and complex organisation, and aligning employee and organisation needs and priorities. Demonstrated conceptual and innovative problem-solving skills and the demonstrated ability to develop sound and reliable staff Health Safety and Wellbeing strategies and solutions to support health services. Demonstrated ability to efficiently and effectively manage human, financial and physical resources and ensure budget and performance targets are met. Demonstrated commitment to Caring for the Coast vision, goals and strategies, with demonstrated behaviours which align with the NSW Health CORE values and CCLHD Values Behaviours Charter. Current driver™s licence and ability to travel throughout the Local Health District. Demonstrated understanding of how the District is Caring for the Coast and how this role would contribute. Need more information? 1) Click here for the Position Description In addition to the position description, please ensure that you have reviewed the Additional Key Accountabilities Statement for this role. 2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Helen Matthews on 43203814 or via Helen.Matthews1health.nsw.gov.au Applications Close Thursday 8th November 2018 To view the position description or submit your applications please click the Apply button below. We are committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practices, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and promote a smoke-free work environment. Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks conducted for all positions.

location North Gosford NSW 2250, Australia


Health and Safety Business Partner

Full time position, Northgate, QLD ˜Hands on™ role Work with a team committed to Zero Harm Who we are When you start to think of waste as a resource, it opens up a world of possibilities. Cleanaway is the largest waste management company in Australia providing sustainable waste management solutions to a range of customers including councils, small businesses, large corporate entities and government agencies to provide sustainable waste management solutions. Your new role Reporting to the Senior Health and Safety Business Partner, you will be responsible for providing functional support, assistance, advice and training to the business Key responsibilities of this role include Work with managers to assist with hazard identification including development of risk assessments Conduct thorough incident investigations Manage and deliver internal training packages across multiple sites Conduct regular compliance reviews of the HSE Management Standards Undertake field inspections and audits Provide direction and reports to Branch Managers detailing improvements and corrective actions where applicable and provide functional support to ensure such improvements are implemented. Your skills and experience The successful applicant will have Diploma in WHS (Minimum) At least 5 years™ experience in a similar role within an Industrial, Logistics or Heavy Industry environment Cert IV in Training and Assessment and Auditing Working knowledge of relevant Safety and Environmental legislation Standards and Compliance. Proven experience in leading incident investigations and relevant qualifications i.e. ICAM Detailed experience in the preparation of Risk Assessments and Work Instructions. Strong communication skills Benefits High performing business - ASX 100 listed Competitive salary package Collaborative working environment Be part of a large National team who are committed and focused on enabling the people of our business Staff benefits “ Discounts on private health insurance How to Apply Cleanaway encourages and values diversity and inclusion. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. If this sounds like the opportunity you™ve been waiting for, please forward your resume and cover letter by clicking œApply. www.cleanaway.com.au

location Northgate, Northgate QLD 4013, Australia


HR Services Team Leader

About us At Uniting, we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice. Our services are in the areas of aged care and disability, community services, and chaplaincy and we get involved in social justice and advocacy issues that impact the people we serve. We commit to respecting children and take action to keep them safe. As an organisation we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of lifestyle choices, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity. We are bold , imaginative , respectful and compassionate . About the opportunity An exciting and rare opportunity is available for an experienced HR Services Team Leader to join our professional and customer driven Shared Services team located at our Parramatta office on a 12-month maternity leave contract. You will be responsible for driving operational excellence in delivery of HR operational services to employees and volunteers across the business. In this role, you will Deliver exceptional customer service for our employees and Volunteers in the areas of OnBoarding, Employee Records Maintenance, Compliance and OffBoarding. Guide and mentor a team of 8 HR Officers to deliver exceptional customer service Provide subject matter expert support to project initiatives that impact the employee lifecycle Drive a compliance framework for tracking status of employee and volunteer checks About you Typically this role will require 5 or more years™ experience in your field of expertise. You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be organized, systematic, thorough, accurate and disciplined. You will be continuing to develop in your area of expertise and be expected to provide innovative ideas to solve problems in your discipline. It is expected that you will be developing good skills at navigating a complex organisation, forging relationships, and managing through influence rather than direct authority as required. Demonstrated experience leading a HR Services or Operations function Understanding and applying a specialist level knowledge in HRPayroll and employment conditions Demonstrable experience in a diverse and decentralised HR environment with multiple internal relationships. Ability to identify and implement process improvement and efficiency opportunities utilising highly developed problem-solving skills Ability to review and analyse complex operational issues and recommend solutions Even better Preceda system experience Ability to lead a team in a complex environment Experience with a large and diverse business Benefits culture Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer. Uniting supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. We celebrate our diversity and welcome staff regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and lifestyle choices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. Salary packaging Ongoing training development Career development opportunities Click on the link below to apply. Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which may include a national police check, reference checks, working with vulnerable people and children checks.

location Parramatta, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


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location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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location Swan Bay VIC 3225, Australia