This organisation has a reputation for excellence in the Australian Financial Services industry. They have a modern HR infrastructure, which is technology enabled, providing all the tools for contemporary best practice HR. The values and culture of this organisation foster an engaged workforce and provide a platform for growth and transformational change. Reporting to the Transformation Manager, this senior role will see you utilise your practical hands on experience, coupled with the ability to lead small team of 2-3 Change Analysts. You will engage senior leaders in the business to ensure a thorough understanding on project deliverables and proactively work with stakeholders to ensure strong transition and ownership. This role will see you Partner with senior leaders and delivery teams to ensure organisational needs are understood and agreed by relevant stakeholders. Develop all aspects of the Change Management plan strategy and approach required to successfully implement transformational business change across a portfolio of work. Support and promote change management strategies based on situational analysis, clear understanding of the details of changes and awareness of the engagement of staff groups being impacted by the relevant change. Work with Portfolio Change Management peers to develop a consolidated view of change across the whole portfolio that can assist in analysing saturation points , excessive complexity and opportunities to synthesise approach to activity. Support and deliver key communication activity pertinent to the portfolio and business Ensure change management plan dependencies such as stakeholder engagement current future state impacts change readiness and change sustainability is understood at an organisational level and managed accordingly. Undertake other activities as requested to support the Change Capability Manager to facilitate engagement across the business inclusive of capability development, change leadership coaching, practice evolution etc. This is a senior role and your extensive Change Management leadership experience across any recognised OCM methodology will equip you to make this role your own. You will have experience working with senior and executive leadership in managing organisational change activity across a significant and complex portfolio. Experience in CRM, information Cyber security or data information management would be highly desireable. For a confidential discussion, please call Tim Newham on (07) 3031 3291 or apply through the link below. Ref 14M0351591 At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
Senior Remuneration Professional-Sydney CBD- 6 Month Fixed Term About the business Yancoal Australia is Australia™s largest pure play coal producer. It boasts three tier one thermal coal mines in New South Wales together with interests in three other metallurgical and thermal coal mines located in New South Wales and Queensland. Yancoal Australia also manages five other Australian coal mines on behalf of related parties. Yancoal currently employs approximately 3,500 people across its operations. At Yancoal our people are our most valuable asset and we invest in developing our management and leadership talent throughout our operations. Job tasks and responsibilities Reporting to the Head of HR- Corporate, this role will manage all remuneration and benefits programs and processes across the Yancoal Group as well as provide specialist remuneration where required. Responsibilities of the role will include Developing, implementing and evaluating the organisation™s remuneration and benefits strategy, policy and framework and implementing best practice Managing and Implementing our newly developed STI and LTI Program Creating best practice frameworks and processes (including calculations) for all remuneration activities Managing the annual remuneration process Managing and coordinating the quantitative data for the Annual Remuneration Report Managing and coordinating all remuneration papers for Yancoal™s annual committee meetings Providing remuneration support to the CEO, ELT Group and Senior Leaders and Any other adhoc remuneration projects that arise. Skills and experience Relevant tertiary qualifications and proven experience in a similar role and level. Experience and knowledge in equity plans is essential. Please note, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. If you have any queries relating to this role, please contact Yancoal.Recruitmentyancoal.com.au. Applications close 6 July 2018.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Our client, a market-leading company within the events exhibitions sector is seeking an experienced HR professional. In this role you will oversee all operational HR recruitment activities and provide strategic HR support to the directors and senior management. The role Reporting directly to the company directors General Manager, you will develop a thorough understanding of the company™s human resources recruitment functions Key working relationships to include company directors, General Manager, Operations Manager, Projects Team Manager, Sales Marketing Manager, Warehouse logistics crew Play a key role in setting strategic human resource direction, providing a perspective on growth and expansion, and supporting and sustaining a positive workplace culture Provide advice on implementing best practice strategies and identifying opportunities for process and systems improvement Work with management and staff to facilitate employee development and training opportunities Manage the end to end recruitment processes for all positions and plan for seasonal staffing fluctuations growing from 60 to 100+ blended workforce in peak periods Develop, maintain and review HR policies, procedures and practices Candidate Profile 3-5+ years™ experience managing a wide range of HR generalist and administrative support services and demonstrated experience with end to end recruitment, ideally in the events or hospitality industries Strong oral and written communication skills Superior interpersonal and coaching skills including patience and ability to work well with staff at all levels Good knowledge and understanding of Work Health Safety legislative requirements Demonstrated leadership and communication skills with proven capacity to review processes and identify, implement and review necessary change to achieve optimal business outcomes Salary benefits Salary negotiable in region 100K plus super, bonuses benefits Strong company culture and market leading brand Work with talented creative event professionals . . . . . THE MONDAY GROUP are defining a new generation of executive recruitment, HR talent engagement solutions for the events, hospitality leisure industries. With consultants in Sydney and Melbourne, we are a team of modern recruiters who value relationships and possess deep industry networks, globally. Harnessing savvy talent sourcing techniques, we place mid to senior level professionals into a broad range of career and leadership positions. Beyond recruitment, we provide businesses with a range of bespoke HR business consulting services which assist our clients engage their employees and retain top talent.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Your new role You will be a key player in a vibrant team environment and part of the management team. Reporting directly to the CEO of the company and working closely with the different stakeholders. More specifically you will be responsible for Identify staff vacancies and recruit, interview and select applicants. Provide current and prospective employees with information about policies, job duties, working conditions, wages, and opportunities for promotion and employee benefits. Perform difficult staffing duties, including dealing with understaffing, refereeing disputes, firing employees, and administering disciplinary procedures Plan and conduct new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward organizational objectives. Analyse training needs to design employee development, language training Maintain staffing records , staff reviews, and leave forms Serve as a link between management and employees by handling questions, interpreting and administering contracts and helping resolve work-related problems Benchmarking - Conducts wage surveys within the market to determine competitive wage rate. Staff Reviews “ Prepare, Plan, Development and implement the review processes for current staff. Payroll -Assist to employee general enquiries in regards to payroll Develop and manage company policies and procedures. Handling staff queries regarding payroll and HR. Preparation of employee contracts and letters of offer. Create position descriptions as necessary. Arrange all company events- including sourcing a venue, coordinate with suppliers for food and drink, arranging entertainment and managing the invitationattendance. Carrying out staff appraisals for your team, managing performance and disciplining staff. What Youll Need To Succeed Graduate degree in HR or other relevant degree. 3 years of HR experience. Experience in Microsoft Office WordExcel Outlook. Furthermore, you must also be commitment to providing quality service and building robust stakeholder relationships. You must have excellent time management, communication and problem solving skills. What We Can Offer You In addition to an industry competitive salary package, YML Group offers a culture that emphasises career growth, professional development, collaborative culture, workplace flexibility and global opportunities. To submit your application please click Apply Now or for further information please contact Nira Almani on nira.almaniymlgroup.com.au Recruitment Agencies - thank you for thinking of us, however we do endeavour to fill our opportunities through direct channels wherever possible. If we find that we do need agency assistance, well be in touch.
Bondi Junction Train Station, Oxford St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022, Australia
Broadspectrum is an operations, maintenance and construction services organisation, operating globally in the resources, energy, industrial, infrastructure, rail, property and defence sectors. This is a diverse and growing business offering the training, opportunities and support you need to begin and build a successful career. Broadspectrum is welcoming applications for an experienced Employee Relations Manager with a strong background in industrial relations and with a focus on building effective employee and key stakeholder relationships. Reporting to the General Manager Human Resources, this position is responsible for building employee relations capability, enabling management effectiveness through proactive employee relations operations and strategy. Accountabilities in ER Planning or Specialist Advice include Ensuring the local ER plans and initiatives are aligned with contractual business needs and other company initiatives including bid preparation and mobilisation and business service liaison. Supporting Contract Managers, HRBPs and Business Leaders to develop and implement the EA strategic development process, including EA planning and bargaining, interpretation of EAs, investigations and legislative updates. Providing advice relating to complex or sensitive issues, including application of legislation, deployment and interpretation of people policies, EA provisions and conditions. Managing the ongoing relationships with Unions, delegates and employees, including resolution of escalated matters Providing specialist, knowledgeable and readily available ER contact point on complex andor sensitive employment matters Representing Broadspectrum in unfair dismissal claims and other advocacy matters at Fair Work Australia or other external tribunals Key Attributes we are looking for include Minimum of 5 years Employees Relations or equivalent HR Management experience. Relevant Degree in Human Resources, Law, Business or a related discipline would be beneficial Excellent negotiation and influencing skills, to engage with a wide range of stakeholders Demonstrated experience in collaborative and consultative processes at a professional level. An ability to work flexibly and adaptively in a complex environment with multiple stakeholders. We acknowledge the importance of our people™s diverse experiences, talents and cultures that they bring to work with them each day. Embracing Diversity and Creating Inclusion is a key component of our Talent Management Strategy. The creation of a Diverse and Inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success, creating a high-performance business. Position Reference Number 98811
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Full time position “ Malaga, VIC High performing business - ASX 100 Competitive salary package Who we are When you start to think of waste as a resource, it opens 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. The position We have an exciting opportunity for an agile Senior HR Business Partner to be the lead on HRIR support, advice and outcomes for Cleanaway™s WA Solids Business Unit. You will work within a fast-paced business and be supported by a high performing National HR Operations Team, providing day to day expertise and support to the Executive Leadership Team, Managers and Employees of the WA Solids Business Unit. The position will be required to Build numerous and sustainable Enterprise Agreement strategies and successfully execute Support the management and optimisation of labour and be comfortable dealing with key productivity metrics Manage HR and ER related activities such as coachingdeveloping managers and employees, role design, recruitment, succession planning and employee engagement initiatives Facilitate investigations, disciplinary, termination and redundancy processes Skills and experience To be successful for this position you will require a strong background in Industrial Relations specifically within a Blue collar and heavily unionized working environment. You will also require the following skills and experience Deep working knowledge of IR legislation and related matters with experience in formal tribunal proceedings and working with Trade Unions Significant experience in negotiating numerous enterprise agreements, and managing complex disputes, grievances, investigations and performance management Ability to manage high quantity and ambiguous information to efficiently solve problems The ability to influence and shape the strategic people agenda Benefits High performing business - ASX 100 listed Competitive salary package Collaborative working environment reporting into the Head of HR (Operations) Be part of a large National HR team who are committed and focused on enabling the people of our business 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 Apply www.cleanaway.com.au
Perth WA 6090, Australia
Strategic OHS Business Partner Position No 1426 Closing Date 1145pm, Sunday 1 July 2018 Moonee Valley City Council (MVCC) is seeking an experienced, strategic expert to lead our workforce to a Best Practice Safety Culture. The successful applicant will be required to apply their knowledge to Business Units across the organisation. Your abilities and skills will enable you to Lead and drive our Strategic OHS Plan 2018-2021. Review, develop and implement our OHS and Injury Management strategies, policies and practices to enhance the constructive culture and effectiveness of MVCC consistent with its strategic and operational objectives, recognised best practice and legislative requirements. Provide professional advice, assistance and support to our Executive Team, our Managers and staff on OHS Injury Management issues. Be an active leader within the Workforce Development leadership team and assist in the achievement of corporate objectives and organisational goals. What you™ll need Overall, the successful applicant will be able to pursue branch and corporate goals through promoting the right balance between engagement and accountability across the Divisions of MVCC. They will provide strong functional and strategic leadership within the OHS team and Workforce Development Branch generally, and be able to develop sound working relationships with a range of internal and external parties. You will have extensive experience in OHSRTW or people management role and will have experience across either the public or private sectors. Working collaboratively in a team environment is essential whilst also being able to influence those around you as to the necessity of MVCC safety culture. What you™ll gain A chance to work for an outcome focused Executive supported by rapidly developing Council. The position is permanent, full time. Salary will be evaluated against the candidate™s demonstrated competencies, skills set and qualifications held. Our Health and Wellbeing Program offers a range of benefits including, half-price membership at Council-owned leisure centres like the Ascot Vale Leisure Centre and East Keilor Leisure Centre. We recognise the needs of employees with family responsibilities and we want to help them balance their home and work life. We have flexible work arrangements which includes Carers leave an alternate model of employment where staff may ˜purchase™ up to ten weeks additional annual leave cultural and ceremonial leave leave for staff who provide service to emergency services organisations We also have generous parental leave arrangements of up to 20 weeks paid maternityadoption leave and three weeks paid partners leave. Pre-natal leave employees to attend medical appointments. Applications Requirements Applications must be submitted through our online system httpsmooneevalley.mercury.com.au and include a separate cover letter, resume, copy of relevant qualifications and address the Selection Criteria to be considered for this position. Applications that do not meet these requirements may not be considered. Detailed information on how to apply and application requirements is available in the Application Guide found at the bottom of the advertisement on our website. For further enquires please contact, Senior Coordinator, Workforce Development, Brenton Otte on 9243 1219 Moonee Valley City Council is an Equal Opportunity and Child Safe employer and we value diversity and encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, people of any age or gender, people identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, intersex andor queer (LGBTIQA+) and people with disability. Enquiries Brenton Otte Ph (03) 9243 1219 Applications Close 01072018
Melbourne VIC 3032, Australia
About us People and Cultures core functions span the breadth of workplace cultural and people matters, including human resource policy and strategy organisational culture and change recruitment, redeployment and retention performance and development pay, benefits and workforce reporting occupational health and safety (OHS) management and employment regulations. About the role The Manager, Safety Improvement sits within Health, Safety and Wellbeing, a branch of the Workplace Services in the Department of Justice and Regulations People and Culture business unit. The Health, Safety and Wellbeing branch provides process, systems and services to support the Department of Justice and Regulation (the department) to meet its responsibilities under Health and Safety Laws (Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004, Dangerous Goods Act 1985 and Workplace Injury Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2013). As the Manager, Safety Improvement, you will be responsible for leading the implementation of a sustainable risk reduction and improvement in safety culture. This will be achieved through supporting the establishment of a risk based prevention led OHS management system, providing dedicated resources for incident investigations, and providing leadership and strategic oversight into the operational activity of a team responsible for refining, monitoring and evaluating the departments OHS performance. About you As our ideal candidate, you will have a demonstrated experience in the design and implementation of safety management systems and frameworks a proven understanding of incident investigation processes leading to root causes superior leadership, influencing and negotiation skills. How to Apply Please click the Apply button at the bottom of this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. Please note When submitting your application online, there will be questions pertaining to a number of the positions Key Selection Criteria to which you are required to respond.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
We are a fast growing innovative FMCG Manufacturer with strong ethics and a love for keeping it real. As the HR Advisor at our Ingleburn facility, you will provide HR leadership and support to the sites leadership team. You are well versed in industrial HR practices, an excellent people person with a positive attitude. We offer a supportive team where innovative thinking is celebrated. You offer your willingness to work with a diverse employee group, assisting the management team in HR related manners. Youll have a broad role with key responsibilities being Employee Relations Shift Roster Planning Management of personnel records Supporting supervisors and managers in performance management Employee development, training, and recruitment Assist in the implementation of HR policies and procedures Award and Enterprise Agreement interpretation and provision of advice to management The ideal candidate Has a minimum 3 years experience in a similar role Demonstrated understanding of all aspects of the recruitment function Experience managing disciplinary matters and employee performance Is confident and professional with a friendly demeanor Is efficient, self-motivated able to work autonomously Has excellent written and verbal communication Is accurate with a high attention to detail Has a sound knowledge across the Microsoft office suite Experience with an employer advisory group is desirable (but not essential) A degree in HR, Law or related discipline is desirable (but not essential) How to apply This is a varied role, and would suit someone who enjoys being part of a team and is able to think on their feet. If this sounds like you, wed love to hear from you Please send your resume including a covering letter demonstrating that you meet the required experience via the SEEK application portal. Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Bardia NSW 2565, Australia
About HelloFresh At HelloFresh, we want to change the way people eat. Over the past 6 years weve seen this mission spread beyond our wildest dreams. Now, we are the leading global company in the expanding online recipe kit delivery market. So, how did we do it? Our weekly recipe boxes full of exciting recipes and lovingly sourced, fresh ingredients have blossomed into a community of inspired, energised home cooks that expands across the globe. We are one of the fastest growing meal kit businesses and are active and growing in 10 different countries across 3 continents. If you would like to join an energetic and highly motivated team and work in a dynamic, high-energy, high-growth field where you can really have an impact and make a difference every single day then join us and become part of developing a global fresh food champion. Job description You will¦ Report to our Senior Talent Acquisition Manager Support talent acquisition for junior roles in Australia Develop strong relationships with hiring managers, offering advice and guidance Take part in the full recruitment life cycle, including sourcing, preliminary phone screens, scheduling, and coordinating with hiring managers to source and attract the best candidates to join the HelloFresh team Develop a pipeline of candidates for each of our world-class departments including Operations, Supply Chain, Marketing, Product Development and Finance Maintain and create attractive job postings to build a pipeline of inbound resumes through a variety of channels Manage your roles in our applicant tracking system and job boards Strengthen our employer brand and ensure we provide an exceptional end-to-end candidate experience Mandatory requirements You have¦ Bachelors degree in HRPsychology Business Management etc 2-3 years of experience including delivering all stages of the recruitment process, from advertisement to offer, managing multiple roles and deadlines (whether inhouse or agency) Experience in interviewing candidates (phone face to face) A strong affinity to the HelloFresh brand and culture, and a love of good food You are... Comfortable pitching positions to candidates with a variety of expertise (Tech to Finance to Procurement) A œpeople person with brilliant communication and interpersonal skills A self-starter with a hands-on attitude, and confident working with stakeholders of all levels IT savvy, with strong professional skills with the entire Microsoft Office Suite and experience with applicant tracking systems (Greenhouse would be preferable but not a must) What youll get in return Exposure to the whole HelloFresh business Competitive salary and company benefits Heavily discounted HelloFresh boxes Regular team-building events Great international exposure and team atmosphere Start date As soon as possible
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
This vacancy is open only to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants, reflecting our commitment to the ABCs Reconciliation Action Plan, ABC Equity and Diversity Plan and the Equal Employment Opportunity (Commonwealth Authorities) Act 1987. Be a part of Australias independent national broadcaster 73k “ 87k + choice of 15.4 super Join an amazing team in Ultimo About the ABC The ABC is the nations most trusted and independent source of Australian conversations, culture, and stories. With over 4,500 employees from diverse backgrounds, located across over 50 locations around Australia and overseas, the ABC is proud to create, curate and deliver high-quality programming that informs, educates and entertains. The ABCs a great place to work we provide various opportunities for Indigenous staff, including attending the national Indigenous staff conference, activities during NAIDOC week, regular networking events and mentoring support. Youll have a friendly and supportive environment to learn and grow in, with a vibrant, dynamic and cohesive team and a manager who will help you with any questions and give you regular opportunities to talk about your progress. Youll also have access to a network of Indigenous staff and support from the ABCs Indigenous Employment Manager. About the Role This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of our vibrant Projects and Change team, actively supporting the team and providing overarching HR advice that delivers business outcomes, improves performance, builds capability and supports a positive workplace culture. Reporting to the HR Projects and Change Lead your key responsibilities will include Providing HR support related to employee relations performance management, recruitment, leave and other entitlements, remuneration and various employment arrangements Guiding and coaching managers to apply consistent application of ABC policies, procedures, legal obligations and ethical standards Providing optionsstrategies in the resolution of workplace issues and grievances Contributing to the development and implementation of HR strategies, projects and programs Cultivating relationships with managers and maintaining an up-to-date understanding of their business needs and priorities About You We are looking for a broadly experienced HR Advisor with the ability to communicate effectively and build positive relationships with colleagues and stakeholders from a range of diverse backgrounds. Being dedicated and showing initiative coupled with appropriate support and mentoring will facilitate your success in this role. You will also have Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management and experience in a generalist or advisory role Demonstrated experience in change management, project coordination and experience meeting objectives and deadlines Knowledge of the application of HR policies and procedures, enterprise agreements and associated legislative requirements, ideally in a large and complex environment Ability to impart information in a clear and well-organised manner Demonstrated strong research, analytical and problem-solving skills For an overview of the role, please refer to the position description HR Adviser AM PD.docx For more information on working at the ABC visit abc.net.aucareers For further information contact Susan Dwyer, HR Business Partner on (02) 8333 5175 Applications Close 05 July 2018 Recruitment Agency applications will not be accepted.
Archibald Ave, Waterloo NSW 2017, Australia
Be a part of Australias independent national broadcaster 73k p.a. “ 87k + choice of 15.4 super Join an amazing team in Ultimo About the ABC The ABC is the nations most trusted and independent source of Australian conversations, culture, and stories. With over 4,500 employees from diverse backgrounds, located across over 50 locations around Australia and overseas, the ABC is proud to create, curate and deliver high-quality programming that informs, educates and entertains About the Role This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of our vibrant Projects and Change team, actively supporting the team and providing overarching HR advice that delivers business outcomes, improves performance, builds capability and supports a positive workplace culture. Reporting to the HR Projects and Change Lead your key responsibilities will include Providing HR support related to employee relations performance management, recruitment, leave and other entitlements, remuneration and various employment arrangements Guiding and coaching managers to apply consistent application of ABC policies, procedures, legal obligations and ethical standards Providing optionsstrategies in the resolution of workplace issues and grievances Contributing to the development and implementation of HR strategies, projects and programs Cultivating relationships with managers and maintaining an up-to-date understanding of their business needs and priorities About You We are looking for a broadly experienced HR Advisor with the ability to communicate effectively and build positive relationships with colleagues and stakeholders from a range of diverse backgrounds. Being dedicated and showing initiative will also be key to success in this role. You will also have Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management and experience in a generalist or advisory role Demonstrated experience in change management, project coordination and experience meeting objectives and deadlines Knowledge of the application of HR policies and procedures, enterprise agreements and associated legislative requirements, ideally in a large and complex environment Ability to impart information in a clear and well-organised manner Demonstrated strong research, analytical and problem-solving skills For an overview of the role, please refer to the position description HR Adviser PD.docx For more information on working at the ABC visit abc.net.aucareers For further information contact Susan Dwyer, HR Business Partner on (02) 8333 5175 Applications Close 05 July 2018 Recruitment Agency applications will not be accepted. The ABC strives for equity and diversity in the workplace, and to promote a culture of opportunity. Through its services the ABC seeks to represent, connect and engage with all of the Australian community. In line with our focus on diversity, applications are strongly encouraged from Indigenous Australians, people from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disabilities. The ABC also aims to achieve a gender-balanced workforce.
Archibald Ave, Waterloo NSW 2017, Australia
The role The National PD team is looking to recruit a Performance and Reward analyst. The role will see you provide analytical and research support to the design and delivery of innovative performance and reward strategies. In addition, you will be providing day to day analysis and expert advice on remuneration and incentives, and provide recommendations for continuous improvement of reward processes to suit internal client needs Key responsibilities This varied and exciting role will see you Support the annual performance and remuneration review, including analytical and reporting support for moderation and promotion review meetings, including research and analysing market data to support the process. Responsible for the accurate submission to the biannual market surveys including Mercer and Hay, and reviewing the appropriateness of the survey sources. Work with our HR community, to identify potential opportunities for workflow improvements Analyse and interpret reward data and information to internal stakeholders Work closely with HR advisors and consultants to address daily enquiries and provide advisory support during the annual remuneration review process. Conduct job evaluations and benchmarking exercises as required (Hay experience preferred) Design and deliver remuneration review training to HR and managers Provide regular and ad-hoc reporting as required Develop and maintain performance and reward communication materials including intranet, tools and guides Skills Experience As the successful candidate in this role, you will have Previous rewards experience Previous systems experience, preferably with PivotWorkday Excellent attention to detail and strong analytical and reporting skills The ability to work independently, take initiative and apply critical thinking to deliver solutions The capability to deliver to tight timelines and manage multiple priorities Good stakeholder engagement skills and clear communication skills A continuous improvement view to everyday work The People and Development (PD) team With a presence in each of our offices, our national PD team forms part of the Business Advisory Services department. The PD team provides strategic advice and guidance to the business on PD issues and undertakes a range of initiatives to meet the challenges of managing our people. Clayton Utz As Australias leading independent law firm, our culture has been built by innovative thinkers. They are the driving force behind our firm and if you choose to be part of the team your expectations will be challenged every step of the way. Were looking for individuals who will thrive under our spirit of independence. Dynamic personalities who can collaborate, innovate and strive for success within our collegiate culture. In return we will work to help build the career youve always wanted. Are you up for the challenge? Why Clayton Utz As part of this innovative team you will be working with some of the sharpest legal minds in the industry. Clayton Utz has also been a powerful force in Australian pro bono practice, striving to deliver justice for those who need it and not just those who can afford it. Imagine what you could achieve at a top law firm that actually values independent thinking. A law firm who challenges the status quo. Go on, challenge your expectations. How to apply? To submit your interest in this role, please click the Apply button or contact Sam Byrne on 02 9353 4647 for more information. For more information on Clayton Utz, please visit httpwww.claytonutz.com or follow us on LinkedIn here Clayton Utz is an inclusive employer that supports flexible work arrangements.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Client Industry award winning SME Boutique Consultancy. Regarded for exceptional service to their clients and candidates alike, my client is an Australian brand synonymous to Professional, Technology and Government staffing. With close to 30 headcount they have exciting expansion plans for 2018-19, with additional head-count across all their divisions. Position Billing Manager - Inherit a successful team managing the continued growth of the Business Support division Currently a team 5 (experienced and solid tenure) - lead from the front to drive sales strategy and revenue in line with company growth Manage senior client stakeholder relationships across Commerce Industry Drive consultant headcount growth in line with business demand and the changing needs of the market - looking to grow to a team of 10 within 18months. About You Demonstrable track record in Business Support Recruitment in Sydney Strong leadership skills Ability to communicate and influence effectively motional intelligence to hire, retain and develop from entry to senior level recruiters Emotional intelligence to hire, retain and develop from entry to senior level recruiters Strong business acumen and be commercially savvy Articulate and able to pitch to all levels of Stakeholder Management On offer 120k -150k base - Super - Equity Profit Share - Uncapped Comms - personal team - Fully expensed iPhone - Laptop - Rewards Incentives To discuss this new position as well as other exciting opportunities we are currently recruiting for, please contact Matthew Wilson confidentially on 0478522150 or email matthewprestonjames.com.au
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
About us Europcar Mobility Group is a world leader in the vehicle rental and new mobility markets. We deliver mobility solutions through an extensive network in 133 countries through corporate operations, franchisees and partnerships. Across Australia and New Zealand we have approximately 650 staff and more than 11,000 vehicles. At Europcar AU NZ, our company values are Open Communication, Working Together, Feeling Valued and Customer Centric. About the role Europcar is seeking a proactive and motivated HR Advisor to join our Tullamarine HQ. Reporting to the Human Resources Director, you will be responsible for the provision of advice and quality service to managers across the full employment life-cycle, while supporting the development of line and functional managers to achieve business plans targets. Key responsibilities include Develop and execute annual HR plan to deliver on HR Vision and support Europcar in the achievement of our business goals and objectives and to increase employee recognition End-to-end recruitment activities, including advertising, shortlisting and interviewing when required acting as a second point of contact for all recruitment enquiries from candidates Lead and support managers all employee relations matters including performance management, termination of employment, ER investigations, completing all documentation as required Prepare new starter employment contracts, change letters, and bonus letters for new and existing employees Continually analyse manpower and work with Ops Management to achieve productivity targets, cost and headcount control Continuously advise managers on Europcar company policies, compliance and best practice Actively coach, support and develop line and functional managers in HR ER areas, including facilitating training programs. Champion the Europcar You Make the Difference culture and company values Monitoring WHS compliance and WorkCover claims as required Were looking for Minimum 2 years experience in an HR role Knowledge of AU NZ employment law the NES (national experience an advantage) Experienced in employee relations, award and agreement interpretation, end-to-end recruitment and drafting employment contracts. Well-developed organisational, interpersonal, and presentation skills are essential Excellent written and oral communication skills Strong analytical skills and attention to detail Numeracy literate and confident in interpreting reports WHS and WorkCoverRTW experience (desirable, not essential) HR degree qualification (or equivalent experience) In return you will receive Multiple staff discounts (including Accor hotel staff discounts after 12 months) Employment with a company who invests in training and development for their employees Supportive team environment and manager
Gladstone St, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039, Australia
Consumer Experience Representative “ ACT (part time or full time hours negotiable) Proudly serving Australia for over 100 years, RSL LifeCare delivers professional retirement living services and high quality aged and community care support throughout NSW and ACT. RSL LifeCare offer a stimulating, employee centred and supportive work environment, providing ongoing opportunities for professional development and personal growth. The Role Embracing and promoting consumer choice, RSL LifeCare are seeking a Consumer Experience Representative. We are looking for a highly motivated, enthusiastic individual who can demonstrate excellent communication skills and the ability to gather and present information in a concise and accurate manner. You will be flexible, vibrant, people and process oriented, with superior time management skills. Key Responsibilities Promote consumer choice capture the consumer experience of the quality of care and services in aged care. Use a core set of consumer interview questions to meet and interview residents to ascertain their consumer experience and quality of life Interview staff for their feedback on quality of life of the residents. Utilise data analysis tools to collect, prepare and present information Prepare and present reports identifying major trends, themes and opportunities. Travel across RSL LifeCare sites to capture information, educate and implement Consumer Experience Program. Liaise with management to discuss results and encourage feedback Selection Criteria Understanding of aged care and or community care and retirement living services and awareness around the ageing population. Knowledge of Residential Aged Care Accreditation standards and how Consumer Experience reporting aligns with them. Experience in information gathering, analysis and reporting. Proven ability to consult and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders. Excellent interpersonal skills, effective relationship management, communication skills including written and spoken English. Commitment to work as part of the team to ensure best possible outcomes High level of computer literacy RSL LifeCare offer excellent education and ongoing staff training, addtionally you can enjoy salary packaging options. Applications are to include a covering letter addressing the selection criteria and a resume.For more information about the role or to acquire a position description please contact Rebecca Petersen rebecca.petersenrslllifecare.org.au. Applications close on Friday 29th June2018
Duntroon, Campbell ACT 2600, Australia
At Lime resourcing we specialise in the placement of recruiters, we work with only the best recruitment agencies in the market. We strive to align ourselves with the best performing agencies and those who offer great rewards, friendly working environments, non micromanaged teams and above all a realistic expectation of all employees. Sydneys leading recruitment agencies are seeking talented Recruiters Above market base salaries some of the best commission structures weve seen Friendly, non micromanaged teams and above all a realistic expectations Flexible working hours We are looking to speak with consultants (various levels) for multiple opportunities in the Sydney market. We have roles in Recruitment within Healthcare, IT, Digital, Business Support, Accounting and Finance, Construction, WhiteBlue Collar, Property, Engineering and Executive Search. So whatever your situation in recruitment, passively looking or actively looking we are keen to hear from you We understand that recruitment is a small world and looking for your next role is a big step. At Lime we are proud of our confidential and consultative approach. Please send your resume in word format to Katy Vinning (katylimeres.com.au) or better still feel free to call me today for a confidential chat on 02 9220 7303 0412 097 367 Refer a friend - If you know a talented recruiter that is looking for a fresh challenge, we pay a 500-1000 referral fee (subject to terms) so there could be something in it for you
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Coffs Harbour location Permanent full time position Career development opportunities Novaskill is a Group Training and Registered Training Organisation, providing quality education and training across a broad range of nationally accredited courses throughout NSW QLD. We are passionate about delivering upon practical workplace relevant skills and endeavour to provide students and employees with an enriching and supportive learning environment. About the role Reporting to the Branch Coordinator, we are seeking a Group Training Field Officer to undertake work developing sustainable markets for the placement of apprentices and trainees, and servicing businesses in and around the Coffs Coast. As a Group Training Field Officer, you will be responsible for Building long term relationships and partnerships with industry partners Marketing Group Training services to potential customers Providing continuous contact between apprenticestrainees and host employers Recruit and induct apprentices and trainees for host placements Conduct monitoring visits and WHS training Monitor RTOTAFE performance and progression Essential criteria Previous sales and marketing experience Exceptional customer service skills Able to maintain productive stakeholder relationships Negotiation and conflict resolution skills Current NSW drivers license Current Working with Children Check Desirable criteria Previous experience in Group Training Recruitment andor Labour Hire background Trade knowledge or background Knowledge of National Group Training Standards Your rewards Attractive remuneration package between 55,000 - 78,000. Includes a Company Vehicle, Mobile Phone, iPad and Superannuation Focus on a worklife balance - 9 day working fortnight The chance to work for an EEO Employer How to apply Please visit our Novaskill website www.novaskill.com.au to apply online.
Upper Orara NSW 2450, Australia
Consumer Experience Representative “ RSL ANZAC Village, Narrabeen (part time or full time, hours negotiable) Proudly serving Australia for over 100 years, RSL LifeCare delivers professional retirement living services and high quality aged and community care support throughout NSW and ACT. RSL LifeCare offer a stimulating, employee centred and supportive work environment, providing ongoing opportunities for professional development and personal growth. The Role Embracing and promoting consumer choice, RSL LifeCare are seeking a Consumer Experience Representative. We are looking for a highly motivated, enthusiastic individual who can demonstrate excellent communication skills and the ability to gather and present information in a concise and accurate manner. You will be flexible, vibrant, people and process oriented, with superior time management skills. Key Responsibilities Promote consumer choice capture the consumer experience of the quality of care and services in aged care. Use a core set of consumer interview questions to meet and interview residents to ascertain their consumer experience and quality of life Interview staff for their feedback on quality of life of the residents. Utilise data analysis tools to collect, prepare and present information Prepare and present reports identifying major trends, themes and opportunities. Travel across RSL LifeCare sites to capture information, educate and implement Consumer Experience Program. Liaise with management to discuss results and encourage feedback Selection Criteria Understanding of aged care community care and retirement living services, awareness around the ageing population. Knowledge of Residential Aged Care Accreditation standards and how Consumer Experience reporting aligns with them. Experience in information gathering, analysis and reporting. Proven ability to consult and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders. Excellent interpersonal skills, effective relationship management, communication skills including written and spoken English. Commitment to work as part of the team to ensure best possible outcomes High level of computer literacy RSL LifeCare offer salary packaging options and our staff enjoy excellent ongoing training and development. Applications are to include a covering letter addressing the selection criteria and a resume.For more information about the role or to acquire a position description please contact Rebecca Petersen rebecca.petersenrslllifecare.org.au. Applications close on Friday 29th June2018
New South Wales 2101, Australia
ConocoPhillips is the world™s largest independent EP company based on production and proved reserves. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ConocoPhillips has operations and activities in 20 countries, 21 billion in annualized revenue, 96 billion of total assets, and approximately 15,400 employees as of June 30, 2016. Production averaged 1,562 MBOED for the six months ended June 30, 2016, and proved reserves were 8.2 billion BOE as of Dec. 31, 2015. Employees across the globe focus on fulfilling our core SPIRIT Values of safety, people, integrity, responsibility, innovation and teamwork. And we apply the characteristics that define leadership excellence in how we engage each other, collaborate with our teams, and drive the business. In Australia and Timor-Leste our exciting portfolio includes the Darwin LNG facility in the Northern Territory, the Bayu-Undan gas-condensate field in the Timor Sea, and the Australia Pacific LNG facility in Queensland,. We also have exploration and appraisal projects off northern Australia including the Greater Poseidon, Caldita-Barossa and Greater Sunrise fields. An exciting opportunity has arisen at ConocoPhillips for a confident and motivated Organisational Development Advisor to join our Learning and Development team. Covering a 12-month parental leave period, this Perth based position will be offered on a part-time basis (24 hours 3 days pw) and report directly to the Organisational Development Lead. As the Organisational Development Advisor you will support the implementation of strategies, policies and plans to positively impact the organisation, achieve business goals and meet operational needs. Key accountabilities will include Participating in the development of Learning Development strategies that achieve both Global and Business Unit specific goals Effectively supporting key HR processes which include but are not limited to - Performance Management Program training - Succession Planning - Learning Development programs - Talent Management initiatives Assisting in the implementation of corporate and ABU programs, that may include employee engagement surveys, diversity and inclusion multi-year actions and initiatives Implementing and coordinating appropriate mentoring programs and tools Supporting career development initiatives Facilitating HR training, presentations and workshops with focus groups as required Supporting one team culture initiatives. To be the successful candidate, you must hold a Degree in Human Resources and be confident and experienced in delivering training and facilitating workshops to a range of audiences. You will have the ability to foster positive working relationships and collaborate effectively with a variety of key stakeholders. Previous experience working on Diversity and Inclusion initiatives, succession planning and employee engagement will also be well regarded. In return, ConocoPhillips offers a culture of collaboration, work life balance and support for individual career and professional development. In order to be considered for this position you must complete the entire application process, which includes answering all pre-screening questions and providing your eSignature on or before the requisition closing date of July 5, 2018. Please note, this is a Direct Hire Contractor role. If successful, you will be contracted through one of our preferred third-party suppliers.
Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA