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Document Advice & Compliance | Workplace Relations | Sydney CBD

Clear career path into Adviser or Consultant positions Aon Hewitt Employer of Choice 2018 Joining one of the fast growing disruptors in Australia and New Zealand Competitive remuneration + bonus + benefits The opportunity. As a Document Adviser, you will be providing general document and administrative support to the broader Advice Team. You will be responsible for the preparation and review of compliance documents, creating tailored solutions for our 18,000+ clients across Australia. Joining the Advice Team, you will take part in what we consider to be the best ongoing employment relations development program in Australia. You will constantly be learning and developing within the workplace relations field, contributing to our value, Be Better. There are various career growth trajectories on offer including people management roles, technical or training specialists as well as opportunities to transfer into other parts of the business. Employsure™s people are at the core of our business with benefits like daily breakfast, afternoon teas, regular social events, state of the art technology, and much more. Key accountabilities. Speak with Clients to review, create and implement documentation in relation to their day to day workplace relations concerns Preparation of client specific, tailored documents Maintain template libraries Assist with the development of template clauses and related documents Respond to general Client queries Assist the Employment Relations Advisers and Consultants as otherwise required in order to support the broader Services department The right person will have formal qualifications in Law, HR and or Industrial Relations are essential computer skills to an advanced level previous paralegal human resources experience customer service experience and a Client is King attitude Why join Employsure? Our vision is to Build Better businesses starting with our own. Employsure works directly with small businesses to ensure they stay on top of rapidly changing legislation. Whether it be dealing with a difficult employee, facing a claim or reviewing health and safety, our clients can rest assured we have them covered. The opportunities are endless, with personal and professional growth being one of our top priorities. In addition, we offer our employees remarkable benefits. If you are looking for a role that can match your ambitions, we want to hear from you. With a global track record of over 30 years of success, this is your chance to join an industry leader who prides itself on expertise and innovation at an exciting time in the Australian and New Zealand market. Become a part of our exciting journey. Apply now.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


HRIS Payroll Admin | People & Culture

WE™RE FOR your growth¦ At AIA Australia we focus on career development, people development and leadership capability, so that you™ll be nurtured and have all the opportunities to reach your full potential. Join one of Asia Pacific™s largest life insurers that is committed to your personal and professional growth. Join the People and Culture team as a Payroll Administrator and build on your experience and career with AIA Australia. This role is responsible for data integrity, reporting and system administration for the Peoplesoft (HR) and Share plan systems. Key duties and responsibilities include Data entry of employee data into Peoplesoft including new employee set up as well as variation of employment Resolving answering queries relating to PeopleSoft HR data data Successful synchronization of data between PeopleSoft and Chris21 Administration of PeopleSoft org structure and position management Propose and initiate the undertaking of projects and change management programs associated with improving operational efficiency and service delivery Participating in testing for major application software changes Preparing management (local and Group) reports and as per ad hoc reporting requests Assist the payroll team in managing employee records and Payroll email inbox Maintain relevant employee share data in Computershare systems To be successful in this role you must have experience with entering and managing data in HR or payroll system. Knowledge of PeopleSoft HR system and related modules is highly desirable as well as the ability to cope with high volumes of work, manage competing priorities and meet negotiated deadlines. You will be flexible in your approach and customer focused. WE™RE FOR your wellbeing¦ We understand healthy employees are happy employees. That™s why we have a culture of care that promotes wellbeing, inclusion and flexibility. With fruit box deliveries, recharge days, flexible work arrangements and an AIA Vitality membership (including a FitBit), we endorse work-life balance. WE™RE FOR your recognition¦ We recognise your efforts and hard work because we understand that everyone in our AIA family is important. When people feel valued, they become more productive and satisfied, and we want you to feel inspired every day. WE™RE FOR your success¦ Your success is ours. Not only do we provide you with all the resources for you to thrive, we enable you to be the best that you can be. We encourage creative thinking and you will even be rewarded for it WE™RE FOR you¦ If you would like further information on this role including a position description please contact vanessa.hofmanaia.com Applications close 29.10.2018

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Workforce Relations & Management Advisor

People and Culture People and Corporate Services Transport Service Grade 8 (112,329 - 125,807), plus employer™s contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading Ongoing Full Time Opportunity Chippendale Location The Opportunity We have an exciting opportunity for an Advisor to be a part of our Workforce Relations Management unit within Transport for NSW. Working across both the Workforce Relations and Workforce Management teams within the unit, this role will plays a key part in providing advice, information, research and analysis to support the effective implementation of workforce relations strategies and the development and implementation of workforce management policies. This role will provide broad exposure to the full range of workforce relations and management practices across Transport cluster agencies. Duties include Provide expert workplace relations advice and support to People Partners and Workplace Relations practitioners across the Transport Cluster to ensure business objectives are facilitated and Workforce Relations strategies are implemented effectively Assist with the development of workforce management policies and other materials and provide expert advice and support to People Partners on their implementation and application to ensure alignment with the organisations business objectives and compliance with relevant legislative and industrial frameworks Undertake research and preparation to ensure effective and comprehensive responses and preparation are provided for Industrial Tribunals, union negotiations, change programs and consultation processes Analyse data and reports to identify trends and patterns in workplace relation issues and make recommendations and assist with the development of appropriate intervention strategies and prevention programs to ensure the level of workplace disputation is minimised We are looking for a Workplace Relations Management Advisor who displays resilience, works collaboratively, and lives integrity. Experience in workforce relations, project management and employee services is highly regarded. For more information on this role, view the role description here. Benefits At Transport our people have access to a range of benefits that help balance life at work and at home. These include flexible working arrangements, professional development opportunities, health and wellbeing programs, and a program that helps you stay connected with work before, during and after parental leave. Check out our Employee Benefits Guide to find out more about the benefits available to you when you join Transport. Our commitment to Diversity 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. Essential requirements Tertiary qualifications within a relevant discipline or demonstrated equivalent professional experience How to apply To apply for this role, please submit a resume and brief covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses The reason for your interest in this role, and How your skills and experience suit the role For more information on how to apply for a role in Transport for NSW please click here or for more information on Transport for NSW please click on link provided. For further information on this position, please contact Jonathan Leard on 02 8574 3797 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, 1st November 2018

location Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


Head: HR Professional Services

The Executive Director of Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) invites applications for the following position Head HR Professional Services Location Central Office, Leichhardt Commencing ASAP Closing date 2 November 2018 Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) is responsible for the leadership, efficient operation and management of 152 systemic Catholic schools that educate more than 70,000 students in the Archdiocese of Sydney. The mission of Catholic education is very clear. We are committed to celebrating being Catholic in Australia ensuring quality teaching and learning and making a difference in our world. We now invite applications from talented and qualified leaders to join the HR Directorate team in this exciting new role, responsible for leading the delivery of key services across four units and teams of Sydney Catholic Schools (Child Protection Professional Services, Legal Services, Staff Wellbeing Injury Management and Work Health Safety). The newly created role of Head HR Professional Services reports to the Assistant Director Human Resources and leads and directs the delivery of key services across the HR Professional Services Unit of Sydney Catholic Schools. The role supports both the Director and Assistant Director Human Resources in the areas set out below by setting, implementing and evaluating strategic priorities ensuring alignment of service delivery monitoring performance of the teams and customer satisfaction identification and review of opportunities to improve programs and team effectiveness. The primary focus of this role is To always ensure that catholic identity and purpose of Sydney Catholic Schools underpins all operations and strategic decisions of the HR Professional Services Unit To ensure that all relationships and policies respect the canonical rights of Church personnel when relevant Maintain a practical yet focused approach to matters and issues, respecting the dignity of the individualsparties without compromising legislativepolicy requirements andor obligations and professional standards. Essential Criteria Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, Law, Industrial Relations, Business Administration or related discipline Strong and significant leadership experience An active and practicing Catholic committed to a parish community and with a deep catholic faith (must provide a Parish Priest reference as part of the application process) Demonstrated ability to lead teams and develop staff Desirable Criteria Post-GraduateMasters Qualification in a related disciplinefield Recent or current leadership experience in Catholic education or not-for-profit sector APPLICATION PROCESS Applicants must formalise their application by submitting a resume and a covering letter, SCS Application Form and address to the selection criteria to johna.milenkovicsyd.catholic.edu.au target=blank> johna.milenkovicsyd.catholic.edu.au NOTE A Parish Priest Reference form confirming you are a committed and practising Catholic in your parish is an essential criteria for and will be required to be submitted with your application for this position. WORKING WITH CHILDREN CLEARANCE This role is classified as a child related work and therefore we require a working with children clearance to be completed prior to your commencement with us. OUR MISSION Celebrating Being Catholic in Australia Ensuring Quality Teaching and Learning Making a Difference in our World Closing date 2 November 2018

location Leichhardt St, Leichhardt NSW 2040, Australia


Remuneration & Benefits Manager

About Us Looking for a one of a kind career pathway with the opportunity to grow in a diverse company? Do you want to be part of a community of likeminded professionals who are revolutionising the way financial services are delivered? Look no further. Findex has offices in every capital city of Australia and a network of more than 3,000 employees across Australia and New Zealand. Now, we™re searching for a new generation of talent who are motivated to help drive growth and innovation for our business. At Findex we are committed to our employees. We offer development programs, further education, and exciting career progression opportunities, in addition to a thriving social culture that includes monthly activities and events. So, are you ready to join one of Australia™s leading financial service firms? The Opportunity We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced HR professional to step into a newly created position managing Findex™s national remuneration and benefits programs. As the Remuneration and Benefits Manager you will have the opportunity to design, develop and implement a range of strategically aligned initiatives intended to positively impact staff engagement and retention. You will be responsible for driving our annual review process, cyclical bonus schemes, equity windows and benefits programs. Responsibilities include Researching compensation and benefits policies and plans ensuring these are cost-effective and competitive Comparing benefits and compensation plans, job classifications, and salaries through data and cost analyses Designing reports and recommendations based on research and analysis for senior executive team Ensuring company is compliant with state and federal legislation Assessing the organisation™s pay structure Evaluating remuneration policies ensuring congruence across operational departments such as Risk Management Compliance Overseeing the organisation™s benefits programs such as Employee Assistance Program, annual flu vaccinations, and reward and recognition programs Researching and analysing benefits plans, programs, and policies to provide recommendations on best practice initiatives We are looking for candidates who Hold a tertiary qualification in HR or related field Have 7 + years within a similar role Demonstrable experience in the design and implementation of performance, remuneration and reward frameworks Sound knowledge of HR management practices Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and across multiple stakeholders Ability to apply analytical thinking to management of complex data Intermediate to advanced Microsoft platform knowledge Interested? If you are interested in joining Findex, please apply with your cover letter and resume. Find out more www.findex.com.au

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Manager Capability & Development

A leading provider of peak, renewable electricity, Snowy Hydro has a world class reputation in engineering innovation and technical expertise. Snowy Hydro owns and operates a powerful combination of generation assets, including the 4100 megawatt Snowy Mountains Scheme. We also provide clean, efficient electricity and gas to over one million customers, households and businesses across the country through our retail energy business. An newly created opportunity exists for a suitably qualified and experienced Manager Capability Development to join our Safety, People, Community Services team based at our head office in Cooma, NSW. The high level purpose of the role is to enable a future-fit organisation by proactively building the skills and capabilities required to deliver our business strategy. Build a resource-ready pipeline by embedding an integrated, best practice approach to capability development and career pathways, from entry level positions through to leadership positions. The role will report directly to the General Manager People Wellness and be responsible for up to three direct reports. Key accountabilities of this role include Stakeholder management including our strategic partners and internal customers Manage a team that works with the business to provide strategic direction oversight on training needs, manage relationships and deliver capability development Work with HR Business Partners to evaluate operational needs and identify solutions, ensuring any initiatives coordinate with wider HROD initiatives Network effectively across a complex organisational structure, building relationships to ensure that initiatives deliver relevant, value-added solutions Design and implement SHLs learning, capability and development strategy in line with business priorities Strengthen and improve frontline management capability Design and implement achievable career paths (particularly for critical roles), from entry level positions through to leadership roles Develop maintain the capability matrix for both foundational and job skills Source, manage and measure strategic partners in line with agreed strategy Deliver and maintain a fit-for-purpose Learning Management System (LMS) that provides a single point of truth for all training packages, qualifications, authorisations and plant competencies Our ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate the below Relevant tertiary education or equivalent experience (a wide range of qualifications will be considered in conjunction with work experience) Demonstrated understanding of adult learning principles and application 5-8 years experience in an LD or equivalent role, ideally in a commercial environment Demonstrated experience in the design and delivery of competency-based training programs Sound understanding of the current learning and development landscape and best practice, including contemporary technology solutions Proven ability to develop strong working relationships through collaboration and stakeholder engagement Applications for this opportunity will close 17 November 2018

location New South Wales 2630, Australia


Workplace Relations Officer

About the position This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is looking to further develop their HR career with a specialised focus in Industrial Relations Workplace Relations Employee Relations. In this role you will support the Workplace Relations team to achieve their strategic goals and deliver a high-quality and collaborative service to key stakeholders within Linfox. The successful applicant will be responsible for Developing a strong understanding of Enterprise Agreements and their provisions. Conducting market research and analysis. Attending the Fair Work Commission in a support capacity. Research of court cases, law reports and judicial judgments. Conducting records of interviews around safety incidents, non-work-related injuries, breaches of operational procedures, misconduct, and other issues. Partnering with our payroll team to manage rate cards. Preparing reports and presentations for reviews. Development of easy to use practical resources for line managers. About you The successful applicant will possess the following Relevant tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, Business or Law. Experience working in a unionised blue collar environment (advantageous). The ability to achieve work objectives, to meet tight time frames and to juggle priorities to meet organisational requirements. Superior interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to present high-quality, concise information, as well as the ability to maintain confidentiality and integrity and deal with sensitive information. A desire to develop and advance their career within the human resources. What can we offer you? Join a great team with supportive management, offering career and ongoing personal development opportunities. Exposure to matters in the Fair Work Commission and other industrial tribunals. Access to Linfox™s health and wellness programs. Novated lease opportunities, clothing and travel discounts. Further information You will be required to meet Linfoxs employment criteria which will include but not be limited to a Criminal History Check and full medical with a drug and alcohol test. Linfox encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. œCome and be part of Linfox

location Sydney NSW 2759, Australia


Workforce Relations & Management Advisor

People and Culture People and Corporate Services Transport Service Grade 8 (112,329 - 125,807), plus employer™s contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading Ongoing Full Time Opportunity Chippendale Location The Opportunity We have an exciting opportunity for an Advisor to be a part of our Workforce Relations Management unit within Transport for NSW. Working across both the Workforce Relations and Workforce Management teams within the unit, this role will plays a key part in providing advice, information, research and analysis to support the effective implementation of workforce relations strategies and the development and implementation of workforce management policies. This role will provide broad exposure to the full range of workforce relations and management practices across Transport cluster agencies. Duties include Provide expert workplace relations advice and support to People Partners and Workplace Relations practitioners across the Transport Cluster to ensure business objectives are facilitated and Workforce Relations strategies are implemented effectively Assist with the development of workforce management policies and other materials and provide expert advice and support to People Partners on their implementation and application to ensure alignment with the organisations business objectives and compliance with relevant legislative and industrial frameworks Undertake research and preparation to ensure effective and comprehensive responses and preparation are provided for Industrial Tribunals, union negotiations, change programs and consultation processes Analyse data and reports to identify trends and patterns in workplace relation issues and make recommendations and assist with the development of appropriate intervention strategies and prevention programs to ensure the level of workplace disputation is minimised We are looking for a Workplace Relations Management Advisor who displays resilience, works collaboratively, and lives integrity. Experience in workforce relations, project management and employee services is highly regarded. For more information on this role, view the role description here. Benefits At Transport our people have access to a range of benefits that help balance life at work and at home. These include flexible working arrangements, professional development opportunities, health and wellbeing programs, and a program that helps you stay connected with work before, during and after parental leave. Check out our Employee Benefits Guide to find out more about the benefits available to you when you join Transport. Our commitment to Diversity 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. Essential requirements Tertiary qualifications within a relevant discipline or demonstrated equivalent professional experience How to apply To apply for this role, please submit a resume and brief covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses The reason for your interest in this role, and How your skills and experience suit the role For more information on how to apply for a role in Transport for NSW please click here or for more information on Transport for NSW please click on link provided. For further information on this position, please contact Jonathan Leard on 02 8574 3797 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, 1st November 2018

location Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


Head of Human Resources

About dnata Catering Australia We have over 1,700 employees across our dnata catering operation, over 30 airline customers and a nationwide network of eleven kitchens. We are Australia™s market leader for inflight catering and with the recent acquisition of Qantas™ Catering, our employee base is set to grow by a further 1,200+ employees. In addition to traditional culinary inflight catering, dnata catering in Australia is highly-skilled in airport lounge operation and inflight retail provision. With the ability to deliver end-to-end inflight retailing programmes, we have helped multiple international airlines generate additional ancillary revenue, provide high-quality choice of products to their customers and improve the overall passenger experience. Globally dnata™s catering operation spans 65 locations across 13 countries, providing flight catering and inflight retail services to more than 190 airlines. We also operate in more than 40 restaurant, café and lounge premises, and collectively employ more than 9000 people. dnatas Australia catering business is headquartered in Broadbeach, Queensland, with a local CEO and senior management team. About the position The Head of Human Resources is accountable for the end-to-end HR delivery for dnata catering Australia wide. As a member of the senior leadership team, the role holder will partner with senior and leadership executives to define, develop and execute the organisational and people strategy. Specific accountabilities Acts as a trusted advisor to both the business and employee, supporting both the leadership and staff on matters large and small Work closely with the CEO and the heads of business to define and implement the HR strategy for dnata catering Australia. Identify, prioritise and build organisational capabilities, behaviours, structures and processes based on business priorities Provide and ensure across the organisation, a focus on strategic leadership, knowledge sharing, collaboration and mentoring Translate workforce data and insights into proactive business solutions Ensure that HR is an enablement function, assisting the organisation to grow and diversify Lead, coach and develop the HR capability and team for dnata Catering Australia to ensure the highest level of service to the business nationally Develop and lead employee engagement programmes, ensuring effective delivery and education of managers Industrial and Workplace Relations Formulate and implement dnata Catering™s industrial relations strategy, policies and objectives Develop and foster a collaborative and consultative approach to working with unions and other stakeholder groups Lead Union Agreement negotiations and other Union related activities and act as a trusted advisor to the business on all matters pertaining to Union negotiations Develop and coordinate policies and programs covering employment, induction, training and work conditions Represent the organisation at industrial hearings, dealings with employer groups, industry associations, government authorities and other relevant bodies as required Keep abreast of industrial relations developments to prevent and settle disputes in a timely and effective manner Ensure the business is compliant with legal requirements at all times through the provision of advice, guidance and counsel to business leaders Ensure changes to legislation requirements are effectively translated into policy and people management practices, communicate changes in an effective and timely manner Organisational Development Oversee and manage the induction, training and on-going development of managers as well as developing and delivering leadership and second level management training Work closely with the business to define the training and development needs of the business and translate into organisational training plans and tailored training solutions Define talent needs, and support leaders to forecast and plan their workforce and talent pipeline requirements in line with the function or business strategy. Assist leaders in providing employees with development opportunities that align with current and future business requirements Source, assess and make recommendations on all external training institutes and training system providers, as well as managing relationships with existing providers Manage relationship with government funding sources and providers of programs Develop a suite of training resources, manuals and visual aids suitable for the organisations training needs Recruitment Source, assess and negotiate supplier agreements with recruitment and labour hire agencies. Manage relationships with suppliers ensuring service levels are met Define, implement and review the organisations labour hire policy to optimise efficiency and the quality of the workforce Oversight and responsibility for all policy matters affecting manpower planning, recruitment selection and performance reviews Design and implement an end-to-end cost effective recruitment and talent sourcing strategy to meet the businesses recruitment and talent needs Compensation Lead and oversee annual salary and pay reviews for the organisation and make recommendation on increases based on relevant metrics such as performance data, business performance and market changes Maintain and update benchmarking, salary banding pay scales and grading as needed Implement a performance based rewards framework, working closely with leaders to translate strategic goals into meaningful outputs that contribute to business results Qualifications Experience Applicants must have the right to work and live in Australia (Queensland) Tertiary qualification in Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations or related discipline Broad experience with a minimum of 10 years HRIR management, preferably in a food manufacturing or logistics environment Experience operating as a member of a commercial executive team, in an organisation that has a mix of white and blue-collar staff Extensive change management and stakeholder engagement and facilitation experience Excellent negotiation skills with the ability to communicate effectively Demonstrated management skills and planning ability Energetic leader with an absolute commitment to safety and compliance Experience in building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Unions Competent at strategic planning, and a solid background of organisation Leadership capabilities with the financial competency to devise, execute and manage budgets Salary and Benefits dnata is part of the Emirates Group and is one of the world™s largest air services providers. Established in 1959, the company ensures the aviation industry operates smoothly and efficiently in 129 airports. Offering ground handling, cargo, travel, and flight catering services in 84 countries across six continents, dnata is a trusted partner for over 400 airline customers around the world. Each day, the company handles over 1,700 flights, carries over 7,700 tonnes of cargo, assists over 235,000 passengers, books over 19,000 hotel stays, and uplifts over 320,000 meals This role will be based in a central Broadbeach location, offers 5 weeks annual leave and an attractive salary package, as well as the opportunity to be part of a truly global brand and group. This role will be based in a central Broadbeach location, offers 5 weeks annual leave and an attractive salary package, as well as the opportunity to be part of a truly global brand and group.

location Mermaid Beach QLD 4218, Australia


Reward Projects Manager

Reward Projects Manager - 6 month fixed term contract The Company Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) is one of the largest distributors of non-alcoholic and alcoholic ready-to-drink beverages in the Asia-Pacific region and one of the world™s top five Coca-Cola bottlers. Head quartered in North Sydney, we employ approximately 15,000 employees across six countries with 4,000 in Australia. Our Vision, œevery day we create millions of moments of happiness and possibilities, is what we live by. For our consumers we delight with an exceptional portfolio of brands, with our customers we build unrivalled shared value and generate growth, and in our community we make a distinctive and positive contribution. We create value with our partners which is built on common purpose, and we drive productivity and a lean agile cost structure throughout our businesses. All while seeking to deliver attractive sustainable returns for our shareholders. And we are committed to living our values every day, by being straight forward and open with everyone we interact with, by taking the initiative and owning the outcomes of our actions, and by considering both today and tomorrow in all we do. Our team We are incredibly excited to be taking the next step with the evolution of our People Culture team. With the customer at its heart, we are building new ways of working. We are at the start of this journey, taking an initial lead with our Australian businesses, having recently formed the Reward Community of Expertise to reshape the reward agenda and safeguard our reward framework in readiness for key initiatives commencing in 2019. The Role Reporting to the Amatil Head of Reward, the Reward Projects Manager role will manage the delivery of key reward priorities that will ensure business readiness to deliver its strategic programs in 2019. You will collaborate with the PC team including our Business Partners and Change Agents to ensure we effectively support the business and our team through these key initiatives. This role is a six-month Fixed Term position. Key accountabilities Reward COE projects include Managing the annual remuneration and incentive review across the Group Leading the implementation and embedding the new pay framework Partner with Reward Consultant to ensure readiness for new SuccessFactors initiatives through data preparation and alignment Benchmarkingevaluation initiatives in preparation for strategic priorities next year Lead targeted mini-projects including Service Recognition review Capability in Project Management Manage project scope, clearly identifying and documenting project deliverables Define project plans and activities, sequencing of those activities and estimating level of effort from project team needed Monitor competing priorities among PC members as they transition to the new People Culture Operating Model Partner with the People Solutions team to lead the agenda and delivery to the agreed timelines and measures of success Listen to the needs of the PC community to ensure fit for purpose solutions, and effective implementation Provide insights and advice to simplify processes, reduce complexity, and improve ways of working About You You will bring passion and enthusiasm to these critical projects. To be successful in this role you must possess Strong stakeholder management skills including experience in business partnering senior stakeholders “ Executive and Leadership teams Extensive experience in Reward with demonstrated ability in managing reward projects Ability to hit the ground running Experience in Korn Ferry Hay Group Job Evaluation methodology and using grading frameworks Outstanding change and stakeholder management skills and experience Very meticulous with the ability to think big picture Advanced proficiency in MS Office applications especially MS Excel Proven record of analytical achievements Highly organized and detailed Conceptual thinker with strong problem-solving skills and a can-do attitude Ability to work well with virtual teams and across businesses Good understanding of SuccessFactors (desirable) Previous experience working in multinational companies (desirable) The Culture The most important thing to know about working at Coca-Cola Amatil is that our passion for our individual businesses and pride of being part of the greater Amatil story shines through in all we do. Our sales and manufacturing capabilities mean we get to do some pretty amazing things and our reach and execution gives us the power to make a real difference. At Amatil, we will invest in you and help you to realise your aspirations and goals. Let™s write the next chapter of the Coca-Cola Amatil story together “ apply today to create your own onlyatamatil moments. Applications Close 9 October 2018

location Sydney NSW 2060, Australia


Senior Learning & Development Advisor | Fixed Term 12 Mth - Potential to extend

Downer MEI is seeking a Senior Learning and Development Advisor to plan, create and implement fit for business cultural alignment initiatives and leadership development within the Western region. As an integral member of our Standards and Capability Team, you will be fundamental to the professional development of employees, teams and projects throughout our business. You will be a key liaison point with various stakeholders and provide advice regarding appropriate learning and organisational development opportunities. THE ROLE Contribute to and advise on the development and delivery of pragmatic, business focused initiatives aimed at achieving an aligned culture and improved engagement, performance and retention outcomes. Design and deliver or source programs with a strong focus on leadership and team development Contribute to the successful implementation and outcomes of learning and development programs, both corporate and project related Actively participate in and advise the business where appropriate regarding undergraduates, graduates and apprentices to ensure best practice is achieved. Drive MEI participation in the Graduate Program to ensure optimal business and program outcomes Contribute to the development of strategies and plans in relation to employee development Ensure compliance with Company policies and procedures ABOUT YOU Formal qualifications in psychology, business, human resources or similar Demonstrated knowledge and application of contemporary learning and development practices Strong influencing, interpersonal and written skills including the ability to network effectively with diverse stakeholders Effective presentation and facilitation skills with a demonstrated understanding of adult learning principles An agile and flexible approach to work Desire and ability to operate within Downer™s 4 Pillars whilst maintaining integrity and confidentiality Travel to operating sites and regional office locations is a requirement of the role WHAT WE OFFER A stimulating and challenging role in a dynamic, large and diverse ASX company Cross functional exposure and potential for expansion of skills High level autonomy, with a great balance of team work too Great work life balance with an option for flexible work arrangements To submit your application please click the œApply button. For queries contact Nathan on 08 6217 5731. Please note emailed applications will not be accepted.

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


Senior Learning & Development Advisor | Fixed Term 12 Mth - Potential to extend

Downer MEI is seeking a Senior Learning and Development Advisor to plan, create and implement fit for business cultural alignment initiatives and leadership development within the Western region. As an integral member of our Standards and Capability Team, you will be fundamental to the professional development of employees, teams and projects throughout our business. You will be a key liaison point with various stakeholders and provide advice regarding appropriate learning and organisational development opportunities. THE ROLE Contribute to and advise on the development and delivery of pragmatic, business focused initiatives aimed at achieving an aligned culture and improved engagement, performance and retention outcomes. Design and deliver or source programs with a strong focus on leadership and team development Contribute to the successful implementation and outcomes of learning and development programs, both corporate and project related Actively participate in and advise the business where appropriate regarding undergraduates, graduates and apprentices to ensure best practice is achieved. Drive MEI participation in the Graduate Program to ensure optimal business and program outcomes Contribute to the development of strategies and plans in relation to employee development Ensure compliance with Company policies and procedures ABOUT YOU Formal qualifications in psychology, business, human resources or similar Demonstrated knowledge and application of contemporary learning and development practices Strong influencing, interpersonal and written skills including the ability to network effectively with diverse stakeholders Effective presentation and facilitation skills with a demonstrated understanding of adult learning principles An agile and flexible approach to work Desire and ability to operate within Downer™s 4 Pillars whilst maintaining integrity and confidentiality Travel to operating sites and regional office locations is a requirement of the role WHAT WE OFFER A stimulating and challenging role in a dynamic, large and diverse ASX company Cross functional exposure and potential for expansion of skills High level autonomy, with a great balance of team work too Great work life balance with an option for flexible work arrangements To submit your application please click the œApply button. For queries contact Nathan on 08 6217 5731. Please note emailed applications will not be accepted.

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


Learning and Development Associate Consultant

Are you highly motivated with experience in designing and delivering technology-enabled learning? Do you thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic environment? Progress your LD career in this exciting opportunity at CSIRO The Position CSIRO LD team supports a suite of face to face and technology-enabled programs and initiatives designed to build awareness and skills both individually and at the team and organisation levels. We are currently transitioning to a more technology-enabled learning environment. As a Learning Development Associate Consultant, you will project manage and contribute to programs and initiatives, providing an exceptional learning experience for CSIRO employees, teams and leaders. Working in a fast paced, complex and ambiguous environment, the Associate Consultant will be involved in designing and implementing learning experiences to meet organisational objectives. The role will require effective customer engagement, both face-to-face and virtual, a consideration of change management and marketing principles, as well the ability to creatively and agilely design, deploy, and evaluate technology-enabled learning solutions through online platforms. Your duties will include Consult with learners and their managers to anticipate needs, ensure the relevance of learning interventions, contribute to achievement of team objectives, take personal responsibility for client satisfaction, and address challenges promptly and in a constructive manner. Collaborate on the design, content development and technology-enabled delivery of learning initiatives including engaging with our internal customers and external partners to understand development needs and influencing and delivering outcomes, taking into account key organisational priorities, sector best practice, and emerging trends. Collaborate on strategic stream outcomes, including program design, delivery (including selection and deployment of best-fit technology platforms), planning, logistics, project, database management, and evaluation. Collaboratively design and deploy virtual programs and resources leveraging various fit-for-purpose technology platforms (e.g. LMS, JAM, Confluence etc.) in support of the best learner experience and outcomes in the CSIRO context. Program moderation and coordination (virtual classroom and face-to-face), including Smooth operation of and access to technology (WebEx, LMS, Confluence, SharePoint, JAM etc.) including moderation and troubleshooting Liaising with internal and external consultants, coordinating speakers (individuals and panels) and facilitators Liaising with participants to promote and confirm programs and events Designing and monitoring program evaluation. Location North Ryde NSW, Clayton VIC, Dutton Park QLD or Black Mountain ACT Salary 82,450 to 93,280 plus up to 15.4 Superannuation Tenure Specified term of 24 months with possibility of extension Ref no 58934 To be considered you will have Appropriate qualifications in Adult Learning, Psychology, Social Science, other relevant discipline or equivalent work experience. Experience in instructional design, facilitation, deployment and evaluation of learning experiences (blended, virtual and face-to-face) for a range of audiences in a professional setting. Experience using various technology to deploy scalable and effective learning solutions (for example, social learning platforms and webinars). Experience managing conflicting priorities and projects in fast-paced, often ambiguous settings with competing timeframes, stakeholder demands and audience requirements. Proven team player with a track record of collaboratively achieving work objectives and shared goals to provide high quality outcomes, seamless service and create a positive team culture. Willingness and ability to travel interstate Before applying please view the full position details and selection criteria Position Description We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Talk to us about how this role could be flexible for you. Find out more Balance About CSIRO We imagine. We collaborate. We innovate. At CSIRO, we do the extraordinary every day. We innovate for tomorrow and help improve today - for our customers, all Australians and the world. We do this by using science and technology to solve real issues. Diversity is the compass that navigates our innovation. We provide an inclusive workplace that respects, values and actively pursues the benefits of a diverse workforce. How to Apply Please load one document containing your CV and a brief cover letter which outlines your experience as relevant to the role and your motivations for applying (Maximum 2MB). At the end of the online application process, you may be required to respond to some screening questions. Applications Close Thursday 1 November, 2018

location Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


Learning and Development Consultant

Are you highly motivated with experience in designing and delivering Face to Face and blended learning programs? Apply your LD expertise to help CSIRO to address capability building challenges Progress your LD career in this exciting opportunity at CSIRO The Position CSIRO LD team supports a suite of face to face and technology-enabled programs and initiatives designed to build awareness and skills both individually and at the team and organisation levels. We are currently transitioning to a more technology-enabled learning environment. As a Learning Development Consultant, you will lead and contribute to programs and initiatives, providing an exceptional learning experience for CSIRO employees, teams and leaders. Working in a fast paced, complex and ambiguous environment, the Consultant will be involved in designing and implementing learning experiences to meet organisational objectives. The role will require effective customer engagement, both face-to-face and virtual, a consideration of change management and marketing principles. Collaborating with subject matter experts to creatively and agilely design, deploy, and evaluate face to face and technology-enabled learning solutions. Your duties will include Under limited direction, use your Learning and Development expertise to lead a range of initiatives, or be responsible for a number of projects, with independence of action within the LD team, achieving results through the use and allocation of available resources, within constraints determined by team leaders. Projects may include contributing to the creation of a Data Science and Digital Literacy Curriculum, Early Career Researchers development pathway, Leaders Induction project Initiatives include the transition of existing face-to-face learning programs into a blended delivery approach Assessing and interpreting learning and development needs and developing learning interventions and resources to address needs. Designing, planning, and facilitating tailored, engaging and impactful learning initiatives within a project team. Applying systematic evaluation methodologies to determine a program or intervention™s effectiveness. Selecting external partners to co-design and facilitate face to face andor digital and blended development programs using an approach which includes designing specifications, sourcing proposals, and interviewing candidates. Developing specifications, issuing Request for Quotes (RFQ), interviewing prospective external providers, and coordinating the contracting process and contractor relationships to ensure effective provision of learning and development services to CSIRO. Location North Ryde NSW, Clayton VIC, Dutton Park QLD or Black Mountain ACT Salary 97,276 to 105,269 plus up to 15.4 Superannuation Tenure Specified term of 24 months with possibility of extension Ref no 58935 To be considered you will have Appropriate qualifications in Adult Learning, Psychology, Social Science, other relevant discipline or equivalent work experience. Experience in instructional design, facilitation, deployment and evaluation of learning experiences (blended, virtual and face-to-face) for a range of audiences in a professional setting. Experience using various technology to deploy scalable and effective learning solutions (for example, social learning platforms and webinars). Experience managing conflicting priorities and projects in fast-paced, often ambiguous settings with competing time, stakeholder demands and audience requirements. Proven team player with a track record of collaboratively achieving work objectives and shared goals to provide high quality outcomes, seamless service and create a positive team culture. Ability to create and sustain impact-focused relationships with senior leadersexecutives (including coaching, Facilitating and influencing) Willingness and ability to travel interstate Before applying please view the full position details and selection criteria Position Description We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Talk to us about how this role could be flexible for you. Find out more Balance About CSIRO We imagine. We collaborate. We innovate. At CSIRO, we do the extraordinary every day. We innovate for tomorrow and help improve today - for our customers, all Australians and the world. We do this by using science and technology to solve real issues. Diversity is the compass that navigates our innovation. We provide an inclusive workplace that respects, values and actively pursues the benefits of a diverse workforce. How to Apply Please load one document containing your CV and a brief cover letter which outlines your experience as relevant to the role and your motivations for applying (Maximum 2MB). At the end of the online application process, you may be required to respond to some screening questions. Applications Close Thursday 1 November, 2018

location Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


Head of People Strategy & Planning

Permanent, Brisbane Application close date 31 October 2018 Origin - Australias Leading Integrated Energy Company An integral part of Australia™s energy future, we explore, produce, generate and sell energy to power millions of Australian homes and businesses every day, keeping them going and growing. Origin offers exciting and rewarding career opportunities - from project management and leadership, to technical and engineering. Working for Origin can take you all over Australia - in the field, as well as in the office - or around the world. With global energy demand growing, Origin is looking for new ways to meet that need and create tomorrow™s energy solutions. It™s an exciting time to be a part of Origin. About the role Weve changed the look of People and Culture - be part of a leading HR operational model This is a strategic partnering role that will require proven experience coaching executives who lead complex businesses. A key position within our new PC structure, this opportunity will see you partner and consult with Origin Business Unit leaders, taking a brief from one of our Executive General Managers (EGM) and translating their commercial direction into a high-level Business Unit people plan. The role will focus on identifying opportunities, initiating, delivering results and working proactively to support people initiatives and strategies within the business unit and in the broader Origin context. Responsibilities will include You will utilise expertise in our People Culture Centres of Excellence to assist with the delivery of services. Develop and implement the business unit people plans and strategies which are aligned to business objectives and the Origin-wide people strategy plan Design and implementation of a Culture and Engagement action plan Provide leadership coaching and expert advice on organisational design, maximising team potential, agility and meeting business needs Provide expert change management advice to leadership teams, support change management plans and processes ensuring that change is managed effectively Coach senior leaders on cultural, change and behavioural issues in accordance with Origins values and behaviours Advise business leaders on strategic people issues and share critical cultural insights to support effective change Lead organisational change projects Integral to supporting the function you really must understand the divisions business context Partner with executive and plan 3-5 year strategy Gather understand future business requirements for the division within a minimum 12-24 month timeframe This is your opportunity to contribute to an Origin-wide people plan, whilst supporting the delivery of strong commercial outcomes through the development of your own people strategy for one of the most exciting parts of our business. Is This You? To succeed in this role you will be able to demonstrate expertise in business partnering and consulting skills and have the following experience Experience in strategy development and implementation Experience in a complex Have strong commercial acumen, with a broad understanding of business complexities, ideally within the oil gas, mining or exploration sector Development and execution of high quality change and communication plans Excellent track record in change leadership and process methodologies Experience in organisation design, change communication and complex stakeholder management Demonstrated track record in role modelling constructive behaviours and excellent relationship building skills Strong strategic flexible influencing capability We embrace the diversity of our people and flexible working arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities that we serve. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply. If dynamic and challenging career opportunities and workplace flexibility are important to you, go with the employer that thinks differently. For more information contact Iain Pratt on (03) 8665 7325 Requisition ID 69161

location Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia


Learning and Organisational Development Consultant

Position Number 00008606 Salary Level 5, 87,047-95,994 per annum, PSGOGA plus superannuation Work Type Permanent Employment About Us The Department of Treasury (Treasury) is the State™s pre-eminent economic, financial and energy policy advisor to Government. We are stewards of the State™s financial management and regulatory frameworks and seek to build the public sector™s financial management capability. Our work promotes and protects the public interest and seeks to maximise economic and social outcomes for our State. Treasury can offer you challenging and meaningful work that shapes and influences government decisions. At Treasury, we are fully committed to making your career in government both personally and professionally worthwhile through offering well-rounded and structured opportunities to support your development providing mentoring and support opportunities for placements and rotations across the organisation. Find more information about Treasury™s future plans and goals in our new 2018-2021 Strategic Plan. About the Role This role is required to provide strategic Learning and Organisational Development (LOD) support to enhance organisational capability to deliver on Treasury™s strategy. Some of the diverse projects you will be involved in include Coordinating, reporting and evaluating business strategic and operational planning Coordinating and facilitating the design, development, implementation and evaluation of evidenced-based LOD initiatives aligned with Treasury™s strategy Facilitating and evaluating development programs such as mentoring, technical training, leadership and executive shadowing programs Providing guidance to staff and managers across the business in relation to LOD issues This process may be used to fill future similar permanent or fixed-term positions that may arise. How to Apply Apply online (httpwww.jobs.wa.gov.au) for this vacancy by clicking on the Apply for Job button. This will take you through a number of questions and steps. Remember to click the Submit button at the end of your application. To apply, you will need to respond to the questions in the online application form attach a comprehensive CV (in Word or PDF format) submit a statement answering the following two questions (in no more than 1,000 words) What skills, knowledge and experience make you suitable for the role? Tell us about a learning and organisational development program or initiative you have assisted in designing, implementing and evaluating. In answering the above questions please refer to the role description and essential capability requirements. The closing date for applications is 31 October at 9.00 pm (WST). Late and proforma applications will not be accepted. If you are having problems lodging your application online, please contact recruitmenttreasury.wa.gov.au or (08) 6551 2403. For further information about this position, please contact Natalie Swan, Manager, Learning and Organisational Development, natalie.swantreasury.wa.gov.au and 65512431 (not to be contacted for assistance with lodging your application).

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


Head of People and Culture

Disrupt Digital is one of the most highly regarded and fastest growing Digital Marketing companies in Australia. Specialising in providing online success via Google Ads, Facebook Advertising, Search Engine Optimisation and Web Design. Recognised as Australias largest independently owned and operated Digital Agency, Disrupt Digital has helped over 10,000 businesses grow online , including some of Australias leading companies such as Sign-A-Rama, NRMA, RACQ, The Australian Government and ANZ to name just a few. Through the hard work of our 150+ Digital marketing professionals we have forged a reputation as being one of Australias Digital Marketing Leaders and as we continue to grow, we are showing that we are the benchmark in Australian digital marketing. At Disrupt Digital our vision is as a team, to help small business succeed online. Our Head of Employee Growth is the chief strategist for creating an environment for our talented employees to succeed. We are looking for a visionary, strategic leader that likes to drive innovation, enhance culture, and inspire change to help our business achieve its purpose by putting our staff first. What you™ll do as Disrupt Digitals Head of Employee Growth Develop short and long term strategic human resources initiatives to achieve the company™s long term strategic growth targets Provide leadership to Disrupt Digital™s human resources department including talent acquisition, learning development, HR systems processes, and onboarding Serve the company as a key member of the Senior Leadership Team Develop strategies and programs to improve our culture, build leadership capability, focus on diversity inclusion and strengthen the associate value proposition with strong focus on supporting our store associates and reducing turnover in our stores Use data analytics to inform strategies to drive change to our culture and associate value proposition What we™re looking for A visionary executive with demonstrated experience building strong people strategy Ability to lead all core areas of HR with emphasis in executive coaching, talent management, organizational design, change management, culture enhancement and demonstrated capability building HR operational excellence. Track record of driving a positive culture change, and driving the initiatives to strengthen the culture and associate value proposition. Technology background with experience in turnover reduction and experience with multi-unit organisations is a plus Leadership Competencies Communication Delivers clear, effective communication and listens to others ConceptualSystems Thinking Recognises patterns, trends, themes, and connections in information to develop innovative ideas and solutions Constructive Engagement Expresses ideas and disagreements, constructively resolves conflict, and encourages others to do the same Customer Orientation Meets the expectations and needs of internal and external customers Decision Making Makes good decisions in a timely manner Empowerment Takes initiative and solves problems Talent Development Maximizes potential and improves overall performance Influence Proactively builds relationships and influences others Analytical ThinkingProblem Solving Accurately assesses problems and effectively and efficiently arrives at solutions Strategic Thinking Understands the current state and is able to visualize the ideal state and how to achieve it Apply now to take your career to the next step. Enquiries are welcome, please contact the Recruitment Manager, Kelvin Paama, on (07) 3088 8471. Applications close on November 1st, 2018. All successful candidates will be subject to background checks and will be required to complete a National Police History Check prior to commencement

location Brisbane QLD 4006, Australia


Manager Instructional Design

œHuman Resources (HR) plays a vital role in supporting our organisation Group Learning Development is responsible for creating a world class learning function, enabling our people to access flexible learning and development aligned to both Group and Business strategies. In this role, you will be responsible for leading a team of designers working on projects across various business units. Your ability to drive results is paramount, so too your ability to problem solve effectively and ensure that deliverables are achieved within defined timeframes to the expectations of the team™s key stakeholders. Success will be determined by your ability to understand the needs of the business as briefed in by Learning Relationship Managers, and offer timely and high quality solutions through your design resources managing and re-allocating resources across projects where volumes and capability needs dictate. Your responsibilities include Managing a team to deliver learning requirements Possible management of contractors to work on business case funded strategic projects Providing input into the development of demand planning tools, resource allocation for technical projects, group-wide design standards and content management Thought leadership, people leadership and engagement across the learning community and reaching into our various businesses To be successful in this role you will have Possess detailed knowledge of the Australian Qualifications Framework Certificate IV in Training Assessment Experience leading small to medium sized teams within a complex environment Strong stakeholder and relationship management skills Proven ability to manage projects from conception to execution Bachelor of Adult Education, HR, Finance or a business related discipline highly desirable If this sounds like you - please apply today At CommBank, we™re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce reflecting the customers, businesses and communities we serve. As a value™s driven organisation, we nurture and support our people through focussing on skill and talent development, collaboration, flexibility and internal promotion. With service in mind at every touch point, we take accountability for the role we play in securing and enhancing the financial wellbeing of people, businesses and communities. At CommBank you can be you.

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Manager - Group HSE Management Systems

International HSE Management Systems role High profile power generation company operating throughout Asia and Australia Competitive salary and Hong Kong location The company This highly reputable organisation generates and distributes energy across international markets including China, India and Australia. With over 7500 direct employees, the business supports over 5 million customers in the region. Our client is committed to developing clean energy solutions and is one of the largest investors in the renewables sector. The role Based in Hong Kong with travel throughout the region, the primary purpose of the role is to provide guidance, advice and coordination for the organisation™s HSSE Management Systems establishing and maintaining their group wide standards. You will support the regional business units to achieve the organisations group HSE vision. The role will provide significant HSE leadership and close collaboration with the regional HSE resources. In conjunction with the Associate Director and Senior HSE Director, you will drive the development of a risk-based, values-driven approach to HSSE management, leading and establishing the necessary conditions to drive safe and sustainable practices, culture and mindset. Crucially you will take a key role in reviewing the organisations current HSSE management systems, simplifying the current standards and guidance, ensuring that international standards and recognised good practice are captured. The resulting standards will be developed and made accessible to all regions via a Cloud based IT system. Suitable candidates will be culturally sensitive, ideally with a proven track region of working within Asia. You will have a strong understanding of international standards and the development and implementation of HSSE systems. It is essential that you will have previously led the successful implementation and maintenance of an ISO compliant management system. You will be fully conversant with ISO 14001, ISO 45001 (formerly OHSAS 18001) and ISO 9001. Ideally you will also have experience and knowledge of working with behavioural safety culture and human factors. Duties Establish and deliver Group HSSE Standards by developing and implementing an HSSE standards plan. Establish a new cloud-based platform to host the organisation™s HSSE management system. Manage all HSSE documentation in accordance with certification requirements, leading Group HSE management reviews in line with ISO requirements Define, develop and implement an HSSE assurance program Define and implement a process for overseeing the reporting, managing and resolving of HSSE incidents Prepare monthly group HSSE reports for senior management Research latest developments in HSE management and technologies, identifying innovations and initiatives that can be adopted within the business Skills and experience Essential degree level qualification ideally in a science, engineering or related technical subject Graduate or post-graduate level qualification within a safety or risk related discipline Preferably CMIOSH or GradIOSH, working towards Chartered status 5-10 years HSE experience, preferably in a high hazard, relatable industry Proven experience in the planning, implementation and ongoing maintenance of OHSAS 1800145001, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 Experienced in driving engagement, performance and championing compliance, through the development of HSE management systems. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. High cultural sensitivity and prior Asia experience would be advantageous Previous experience of working at a group level within a large scale organisation High level of computer literacy, able to utilise a suitable platform for system hosting. Apply If you meet the above criteria, we welcome your application including your CV and cover letter in Word format via Seek. For this position, the client is willing to support international candidates with their work permit Visa applications. In the first instance, preference will be given to those candidates with working knowledge of Australian, UK or China safety legislation. Not quite what you are looking for? Please register for ongoing opportunities at www.edenfx.co.nz All applications will be acknowledged electronically in the first instance. If you have any questions, please call Duncan on 09 424 8367 quoting reference 2837. edenfx HSE - New Zealand™s Leading Health and Safety Recruitment Specialists HSE People recruiting HSE People www.edenfx.co.nz

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Health & Safety Business Partner

Full time position, Dandenong VIC ˜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 our liquids business Key responsibilities of this role include Work with managers to assist with hazard identification and risk assessments conduct incident investigations Conduct regular compliance reviews of the HSE Management Standards Undertake field inspections and audits. Direct the immediate cessation of any work practice that has the potential to cause significant harm to the environment Your skills and experience The successful applicant will have Diploma in WHS (Minimum) 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 Proven experience in dangerous goods, hazardous chemicals and process safety. 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 Dunearn Rd, Dandenong North VIC 3175, Australia