HR Manager Jobs In Australia

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  • Human Resource Manager

    Human Resource Manager HR Manager Our client is an established leader in the manufacturing installation of commercial Roofing Wall Cladding. With offices across the Eastern Seaboard of Australia, they are now in the market for an HR Manager for their head office located in Hornsby. Your role As a member of the Management team, you would be responsible for overseeing all of all human resource activities across the NSW and Melbourne branches. Responsibilities below Strategic and operational management of all human resource activities Recruitment of all white and blue collar roles within the roofing and manufacturing space Recommendation for internal HR strategies and policies Management of pre-employment awards and agreements for new employees Assessment of industry awards Conduct performance and annual reviews Manage all aspects of employee relations To be considered Tertiary qualifications or relevant experience Min 5+ years HR Management experience Experience in working for construction, manufacturing or sub-contractors ideal Strong knowledge of industry related awards Excellent communication skills both verbal written Proficient with MS Office In return This is a rewarding role working for a reputable and established company that offers a professional working environment worklife balance. Salary will be 90K - 120K and will be negotiated through experience. Office is also ideally located near the station or offers ample parking for drivers. Annual reviews and bonuses are also already in place. Interested? Apply now. Patrick Velasco (02) 9955 2299

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resource Manager

    Human Resource Manager HR Manager Our client is an established leader in the manufacturing installation of commercial Roofing Wall Cladding. With offices across the Eastern Seaboard of Australia, they are now in the market for an HR Manager for their head office located in Hornsby. Your role As a member of the Management team, you would be responsible for overseeing all of all human resource activities across the NSW and Melbourne branches. Responsibilities below Strategic and operational management of all human resource activities Recruitment of all white and blue collar roles within the roofing and manufacturing space Recommendation for internal HR strategies and policies Management of pre-employment awards and agreements for new employees Assessment of industry awards Conduct performance and annual reviews Manage all aspects of employee relations To be considered Tertiary qualifications or relevant experience Min 5+ years HR Management experience Experience in working for construction, manufacturing or sub-contractors ideal Strong knowledge of industry related awards Excellent communication skills both verbal written Proficient with MS Office In return This is a rewarding role working for a reputable and established company that offers a professional working environment worklife balance. Salary will be 90K - 120K and will be negotiated through experience. Office is also ideally located near the station or offers ample parking for drivers. Annual reviews and bonuses are also already in place. Interested? Apply now. Patrick Velasco (02) 9955 2299

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior HR Business Partner - ANZ Lead

    Senior HR Business Partner - ANZ Lead We™re a successful and expanding pet food player, born in Australia, wagging tails worldwide. Our company has seen rapid growth in recent years, with the ANZ market delivering record market growth as well as our expansion in to multiple geographies worldwide. Due to our continuous global growth, we have created a new opportunity for a people passionate, commercially savvy HR leader to join our ANZ leadership team to oversee all HR areas for our ANZ region. This is where you come in.. Working as a member of the RPFC ANZ leadership team, this role will provide business-focused, strategic and operational HR advice and services for delivery on the ANZ strategy. The role will see you interpret HR policies and employment legislation, advise on risk management, and coach and support managers in handling people management, industrial relations and change processes. The role Through coaching, you will facilitate effective, consistent, empowering people management - enabling managers to assume increasing responsibility for all aspects of people management Provide professional senior level, strategic and operational HR advice on the interpretation of HR policies and procedures, employment legislation, recruitment strategies, and managing change processes, providing risk analysis to support this Support the HR Director in the development, implementation and evolution of the People Strategy, working to embed a strategic and integrated approach across the organisation Analyse trends and metrics in partnership with the HR group to develop solutions, programs and policies to lead responsibility for the HRpeople management aspects of corporate initiatives and projects as agreed with the HR Director Identify training needs for business units and individual executive coaching needs. Evaluate and monitor the success of all development programs Lead, and contribute to, key organisational development and change projects as appropriate, modelling change management in practice and mentoring others in the process to facilitate their development Provide leadership to all members of the HR team, whether directly managed or not The successful candidate.. Active champion of HR Best Practice by promoting cultural change and support new ways of working and continuous improvement. This includes working collaboratively and communicating proactively understanding the needs of, and eliciting and monitoring feedback from, our customers and stakeholders and identifying and delivering developments and innovations to enhance service delivery and customers™ experience 8-10 years™ experienced Human Resources generalist andor business partnering experience Strong experience in industrial relations with a sound knowledge of industrial and employee relations theory, principles, policies and practices FMCG Experience with a commercial acumen is essential Desirable to have had exposure to NZ Employment practices Strategic thinker Able to provide strategic advice, develop options, analyse risks, make good judgements, and solve problems Able to develop highly effective working relationships by building credibility, respect and rapport with internal and external networks. Excellent negotiation, influencing and persuasion skills Clear, concise and influential written communication skills Creative, resourceful, and pragmatic with a positive ˜can do™ and solution-focused attitude Team player with a passion for people About the company Real Pet Food Company is an Aussie success story¦ Using our local ingenuity, we™ve built a reputation for the freshest products you can find. We are serving real, locally sourced and made pet food - wet, dry, fresh, chilled and treats. No one knows pets quite the way we do. We are a fast growing, innovative FMCG Manufacturer with strong ethics and a love for keeping it real. Our success comes from having a great team of people behind some of Australia™s favourite pet food with brands such as Billy Margot, Farmers Market, Ivory Coat Nature™s Gift Please note NO agencies will be considered during this process. We advise you to refrain from submitting unsolicited profiles The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of the Fair Work Act? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior HR Business Partner - ANZ Lead

    Senior HR Business Partner - ANZ Lead We™re a successful and expanding pet food player, born in Australia, wagging tails worldwide. Our company has seen rapid growth in recent years, with the ANZ market delivering record market growth as well as our expansion in to multiple geographies worldwide. Due to our continuous global growth, we have created a new opportunity for a people passionate, commercially savvy HR leader to join our ANZ leadership team to oversee all HR areas for our ANZ region. This is where you come in.. Working as a member of the RPFC ANZ leadership team, this role will provide business-focused, strategic and operational HR advice and services for delivery on the ANZ strategy. The role will see you interpret HR policies and employment legislation, advise on risk management, and coach and support managers in handling people management, industrial relations and change processes. The role Through coaching, you will facilitate effective, consistent, empowering people management - enabling managers to assume increasing responsibility for all aspects of people management Provide professional senior level, strategic and operational HR advice on the interpretation of HR policies and procedures, employment legislation, recruitment strategies, and managing change processes, providing risk analysis to support this Support the HR Director in the development, implementation and evolution of the People Strategy, working to embed a strategic and integrated approach across the organisation Analyse trends and metrics in partnership with the HR group to develop solutions, programs and policies to lead responsibility for the HRpeople management aspects of corporate initiatives and projects as agreed with the HR Director Identify training needs for business units and individual executive coaching needs. Evaluate and monitor the success of all development programs Lead, and contribute to, key organisational development and change projects as appropriate, modelling change management in practice and mentoring others in the process to facilitate their development Provide leadership to all members of the HR team, whether directly managed or not The successful candidate.. Active champion of HR Best Practice by promoting cultural change and support new ways of working and continuous improvement. This includes working collaboratively and communicating proactively understanding the needs of, and eliciting and monitoring feedback from, our customers and stakeholders and identifying and delivering developments and innovations to enhance service delivery and customers™ experience 8-10 years™ experienced Human Resources generalist andor business partnering experience Strong experience in industrial relations with a sound knowledge of industrial and employee relations theory, principles, policies and practices FMCG Experience with a commercial acumen is essential Desirable to have had exposure to NZ Employment practices Strategic thinker Able to provide strategic advice, develop options, analyse risks, make good judgements, and solve problems Able to develop highly effective working relationships by building credibility, respect and rapport with internal and external networks. Excellent negotiation, influencing and persuasion skills Clear, concise and influential written communication skills Creative, resourceful, and pragmatic with a positive ˜can do™ and solution-focused attitude Team player with a passion for people About the company Real Pet Food Company is an Aussie success story¦ Using our local ingenuity, we™ve built a reputation for the freshest products you can find. We are serving real, locally sourced and made pet food - wet, dry, fresh, chilled and treats. No one knows pets quite the way we do. We are a fast growing, innovative FMCG Manufacturer with strong ethics and a love for keeping it real. Our success comes from having a great team of people behind some of Australia™s favourite pet food with brands such as Billy Margot, Farmers Market, Ivory Coat Nature™s Gift Please note NO agencies will be considered during this process. We advise you to refrain from submitting unsolicited profiles The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of the Fair Work Act? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Consultancy Staffing Lead, Australia & New Zealand

    Consultancy Staffing Lead, Australia New Zealand Mix of Strategy Execution Strong Service Focus Six Figure Salary Package Working within this world leading Consultancy, we are seeking a Staffing Lead to manage the information flow and processes involved in assigning consultants per clientproject so as to provide the group with world class teams that deliver high levels of client impact. This pivotal role is integral to maintaining the group™s strategy and its strong delivery of projects to key clients. This unique opportunity will see you involved in a full range of responsibilities including working closely with Partners, Senior Managers and Consultants to understand and resource upcoming key projects for the group. This will include recommendation of the best available team of consultants that meet the requirements of the projects communication of staffing decisions liaison with peers globally to secure additional offshore expertise into the AustralianNZ operation, maintenance of a database offering staff profiling and upcomingpossible projects involvement and associated administration for all semi-annual performance review processes and preparation of monthly revenue and utilisation forecasts. In addition, you will play a key role in the Professional Development of Consultants for the group, fostering an in depth understanding of professional aspirations, experiences, strengths, development needs and personal motivators. If you believe that you offer relevant experience across Human Resources, Recruitment, SearchSelection or Resourcing in a Professional Services firm, then this unique and strategic opportunity may suit. The position will require demonstrated success in Resourcing at senior level, the ability to engage and influence key stakeholders, a strong commercial acumen, a head for numbers, resilience, empathy to work with differing styles and backgrounds and the ability to deliver each time, every time. For a confidential discussion on this opportunity, please contact Monique Landes on 02 8247 5409 on 0414 363 412. Alternatively, please send a copy of your resume to mlandesamropcarmichaelfisher.com

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Consultancy Staffing Lead, Australia & New Zealand

    Consultancy Staffing Lead, Australia New Zealand Mix of Strategy Execution Strong Service Focus Six Figure Salary Package Working within this world leading Consultancy, we are seeking a Staffing Lead to manage the information flow and processes involved in assigning consultants per clientproject so as to provide the group with world class teams that deliver high levels of client impact. This pivotal role is integral to maintaining the group™s strategy and its strong delivery of projects to key clients. This unique opportunity will see you involved in a full range of responsibilities including working closely with Partners, Senior Managers and Consultants to understand and resource upcoming key projects for the group. This will include recommendation of the best available team of consultants that meet the requirements of the projects communication of staffing decisions liaison with peers globally to secure additional offshore expertise into the AustralianNZ operation, maintenance of a database offering staff profiling and upcomingpossible projects involvement and associated administration for all semi-annual performance review processes and preparation of monthly revenue and utilisation forecasts. In addition, you will play a key role in the Professional Development of Consultants for the group, fostering an in depth understanding of professional aspirations, experiences, strengths, development needs and personal motivators. If you believe that you offer relevant experience across Human Resources, Recruitment, SearchSelection or Resourcing in a Professional Services firm, then this unique and strategic opportunity may suit. The position will require demonstrated success in Resourcing at senior level, the ability to engage and influence key stakeholders, a strong commercial acumen, a head for numbers, resilience, empathy to work with differing styles and backgrounds and the ability to deliver each time, every time. For a confidential discussion on this opportunity, please contact Monique Landes on 02 8247 5409 on 0414 363 412. Alternatively, please send a copy of your resume to mlandesamropcarmichaelfisher.com

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Manager (Part Time) - Holiday Inn Old Sydney

    Human Resources Manager (Part Time) - Holiday Inn Old Sydney At Holiday Inn we want our guests to relax and be themselves. About us Travel is a journey. At Holiday Inn, we help make it a joy.Starting with a warm, inviting welcome for all guests, whether traveling on business or for fun, enjoying a quick night, or relaxing for the week. We thrive on making our guests stays brighter, helping them create memories that will last a lifetime. Irresistible smiles are our specialty. We should know, we™ve been on our journey since 1952. So if you can help us spread the joy of travel to all, we™d love to give you a warm welcome to the Holiday Inn® family. Your day to day As the PT (3days) Human Resource Manager, and in alignment with Global and Australasia IHG HR people strategy, you will be responsible for delivering the people agenda and HR metrics for Holiday Inn Old Sydney. You will drive leadership and organisational capability, systems and processes and relationships within your hotel, ensuring winning becomes a habit through embedding high performance and driving a culture of high quality, process excellence and continuous improvement. Supporting your Operational leaders, you will provide HR services that enable the delivery of business results to meet our performance targets. What we need from you To be successful in this role, you will have demonstrated excellence in these fields as well as outstanding internal stakeholder and owner management, understanding of brand delivery and the ability to impact and influence the overall business agenda and execution. Youll bring great knowledge and experience, be forward thinking and inspirational with a warm and approachable manner. You will needA Degree in Human Resources or equivalent andor experience in similar role. Solid understanding of employee relations practice and business acumen2+ years™ experience in HR Management or related with at least 3 years in a related industry. High level of business savvy, change management, negotiation skills and issue resolutionSolid interpersonal, influencing and consultative skills with strong leadership development capability. What we offer We™ll reward all your hard work with a great salary and benefits “ including great room discounts and superb training. Join us and you™ll become part of the global IHG family “ and like all families, all our individual team members share some winning characteristics. As a team, we work better together “ we trust and support each other, we do the right thing and we welcome different perspectives. You need to show us you care that you notice the little things that make a difference to guests as well as always looking for ways to improve - visit www.httpcareers.ihg.com to find out more about us.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Manager (Part Time) - Holiday Inn Old Sydney

    Human Resources Manager (Part Time) - Holiday Inn Old Sydney At Holiday Inn we want our guests to relax and be themselves. About us Travel is a journey. At Holiday Inn, we help make it a joy.Starting with a warm, inviting welcome for all guests, whether traveling on business or for fun, enjoying a quick night, or relaxing for the week. We thrive on making our guests stays brighter, helping them create memories that will last a lifetime. Irresistible smiles are our specialty. We should know, we™ve been on our journey since 1952. So if you can help us spread the joy of travel to all, we™d love to give you a warm welcome to the Holiday Inn® family. Your day to day As the PT (3days) Human Resource Manager, and in alignment with Global and Australasia IHG HR people strategy, you will be responsible for delivering the people agenda and HR metrics for Holiday Inn Old Sydney. You will drive leadership and organisational capability, systems and processes and relationships within your hotel, ensuring winning becomes a habit through embedding high performance and driving a culture of high quality, process excellence and continuous improvement. Supporting your Operational leaders, you will provide HR services that enable the delivery of business results to meet our performance targets. What we need from you To be successful in this role, you will have demonstrated excellence in these fields as well as outstanding internal stakeholder and owner management, understanding of brand delivery and the ability to impact and influence the overall business agenda and execution. Youll bring great knowledge and experience, be forward thinking and inspirational with a warm and approachable manner. You will needA Degree in Human Resources or equivalent andor experience in similar role. Solid understanding of employee relations practice and business acumen2+ years™ experience in HR Management or related with at least 3 years in a related industry. High level of business savvy, change management, negotiation skills and issue resolutionSolid interpersonal, influencing and consultative skills with strong leadership development capability. What we offer We™ll reward all your hard work with a great salary and benefits “ including great room discounts and superb training. Join us and you™ll become part of the global IHG family “ and like all families, all our individual team members share some winning characteristics. As a team, we work better together “ we trust and support each other, we do the right thing and we welcome different perspectives. You need to show us you care that you notice the little things that make a difference to guests as well as always looking for ways to improve - visit www.httpcareers.ihg.com to find out more about us.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Our purpose at Red Bull is œto give wings to people ideas, and so, naturally, it™s important that we deliver on this for our own people as well. Our aim here in the Red Bull HR team is simple attract, retain and engage the best people, and lead them achieve big things As our HR Business Partner, you will have many responsibilities, but ultimately everything you™ll do has the same purpose “ to help develop skilled managers who know how to build high performing, highly engaged teams that deliver great outcomes for the business and a great experience for our employees, through which they can grow and develop their careers. This role will ideally suit someone who is highly organized, and who enjoys getting out there and building close relationships with managers and employees so that they understand the value of and are skilled in the delivery of all the resources we provide them with in our Red Bull HR Toolkit. At Red Bull Australia, we share a collective accountability for the delivery of our organizational goals, and we™ve developed a strong cross-functional culture that helps us to achieve our targets. We operate in a highly collaborative, diverse and inclusive environment, where we value and support each other. All of this is built on our œBig Jobs philosophy, which will give you the freedom and autonomy to master your role and deliver your goals and responsibilities. Key Responsibilities Communicate and deliver our annual HR Operations calendar (eg employee engagement survey, annual compensation planning process) and work closely with our managers so that we maximise the value of each activity to the business as well as the experience for our people. Work with our people managers to continually improve their capability in our new high performance framework (Amplify) to help us build high performing, highly engaged teams through coaching, setting clear goals and responsibilities, and creating genuinely meaningful developments plans for their people. Manage the delivery of our annual Training Calendar, aligning global and local training programs with our people™s development needs to ensure we effectively on-board and help them achieve their best performance. Provide timely and trusted HR guidance and advice to managers across our HR toolkit (including ER issues). Also, provide insights based on HRIS data, eg turnoverretention, exit interview feedback, reasons for leaving, to help managers continually improve their impact on culture and engagement. Collaborate with your colleagues in the HR team to deliver a highly valued and trusted level of service to the business. Experience Required To be successful in this role you™ll demonstrate a broad HR skill-set and the ability to influence and engage your business stakeholders at all levels. You™ll have proven experience in executing the HR value proposition and strategy at a national level, and the ability to identify and analyze HR and business data to recommend relevant HR Initiatives. We operate in a complex and fast-paced sales driven environment, so you™ll thrive in this setting and demonstrate experience achieving outcomes that enable the business to achieve results, ideally from within a fast-moving consumer goodsretail focused industry. Knowledge and Skills You will be a highly efficient and motivated HRBP, with a proactive and positive attitude. You™ll demonstrate excellent communication skills (written and verbal) including presentation and training facilitation skills that drive meaningful outcomes, coupled with strong attention to detail. Drawing on your previous HR experience you™ll have the ability to use judgement, initiative and common sense to make decisions and solve problems. If you™re successful you™ll be joining a high performing and close knit-team, who work collaboratively and share best practice to continuously look for better ways to support the business. This is a challenging yet rewarding role, so if you™re looking for the next step in your career apply now

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Our purpose at Red Bull is œto give wings to people ideas, and so, naturally, it™s important that we deliver on this for our own people as well. Our aim here in the Red Bull HR team is simple attract, retain and engage the best people, and lead them achieve big things As our HR Business Partner, you will have many responsibilities, but ultimately everything you™ll do has the same purpose “ to help develop skilled managers who know how to build high performing, highly engaged teams that deliver great outcomes for the business and a great experience for our employees, through which they can grow and develop their careers. This role will ideally suit someone who is highly organized, and who enjoys getting out there and building close relationships with managers and employees so that they understand the value of and are skilled in the delivery of all the resources we provide them with in our Red Bull HR Toolkit. At Red Bull Australia, we share a collective accountability for the delivery of our organizational goals, and we™ve developed a strong cross-functional culture that helps us to achieve our targets. We operate in a highly collaborative, diverse and inclusive environment, where we value and support each other. All of this is built on our œBig Jobs philosophy, which will give you the freedom and autonomy to master your role and deliver your goals and responsibilities. Key Responsibilities Communicate and deliver our annual HR Operations calendar (eg employee engagement survey, annual compensation planning process) and work closely with our managers so that we maximise the value of each activity to the business as well as the experience for our people. Work with our people managers to continually improve their capability in our new high performance framework (Amplify) to help us build high performing, highly engaged teams through coaching, setting clear goals and responsibilities, and creating genuinely meaningful developments plans for their people. Manage the delivery of our annual Training Calendar, aligning global and local training programs with our people™s development needs to ensure we effectively on-board and help them achieve their best performance. Provide timely and trusted HR guidance and advice to managers across our HR toolkit (including ER issues). Also, provide insights based on HRIS data, eg turnoverretention, exit interview feedback, reasons for leaving, to help managers continually improve their impact on culture and engagement. Collaborate with your colleagues in the HR team to deliver a highly valued and trusted level of service to the business. Experience Required To be successful in this role you™ll demonstrate a broad HR skill-set and the ability to influence and engage your business stakeholders at all levels. You™ll have proven experience in executing the HR value proposition and strategy at a national level, and the ability to identify and analyze HR and business data to recommend relevant HR Initiatives. We operate in a complex and fast-paced sales driven environment, so you™ll thrive in this setting and demonstrate experience achieving outcomes that enable the business to achieve results, ideally from within a fast-moving consumer goodsretail focused industry. Knowledge and Skills You will be a highly efficient and motivated HRBP, with a proactive and positive attitude. You™ll demonstrate excellent communication skills (written and verbal) including presentation and training facilitation skills that drive meaningful outcomes, coupled with strong attention to detail. Drawing on your previous HR experience you™ll have the ability to use judgement, initiative and common sense to make decisions and solve problems. If you™re successful you™ll be joining a high performing and close knit-team, who work collaboratively and share best practice to continuously look for better ways to support the business. This is a challenging yet rewarding role, so if you™re looking for the next step in your career apply now

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

    HR Manager Costco Wholesale Australia Challenging Work Based at Head Office - Lidcombe, Sydney Description of position You will play a pivotal role in leading warehousedepot management and employees with interpretation and administration of HR and risk management programs and procedures (ie. Employee Agreement, Legislation, Work Health and Safety, Workers Compensation). Develop initiatives and programs to promote an organisational culture where WHS matters are embedded in operating procedures throughout our business including a strong focus on return to work. You have an understanding of the various legislative and regulatory requirements in areas of HR, WHS WC relevant to a retailwholesale business. You are business oriented and understand the importance of engaging with the various stakeholders and to become a valuable business partner. The position entails travel. Tasks and responsibilities Acts as subject matter expert for location management in the interpretation of the Employee Agreement andor Company policies and procedures Manage, research and provide technical advice to the business for HR and risk management matters Keeping abreast of industrial relations issues and legislation changes and reviewing our procedures to ensure we are compliant. Uses independent judgment and discretion to interpret, create, apply and communicate Costco policy and procedure. Develops a strong working relationship with AWMs Admin, Admin Managers, Payroll Clerks, Location Managers, Vice Presidents, and Executives. Develop, implement and run reports on a periodic and as needs basis for internal and external reporting (eg. Government EEO reporting). Assist in auditing HR related matters. Designs, creates and edits effective training materials such as online and blended learning courses, assessments, videos, job aids, instruction guides, documentation. Addresses and helps to resolve complex personnel questionsissues. Assists to conduct thorough and impartial internal investigations. Develops, presents, and facilitates training on HR topics Manage WC premium costs and develop initiatives to reduce costs including providing a pathway to self-insurance Complete goalsprojects according to pre-determined deadlines. HR system “ maintain and look for opportunities within the people systems to drive efficiencies for the business and maintain compliance. Works within a team environment to accomplish departmental goals. Travel required, many times on short notice. Assists in other areas of the department and company as needed. Required skills, abilities, and certifications 3 years + experience working in HR WHS workers compensation and senior management retailwarehouse environments 3 years + experience managing complex workers compensation claims or public liability claims or HR claims including Fair Work matters (including legal claims Strong analytical and numeracy skills, with ability to understand business objectives and independently develop the means to achieving goals and objectives. Have experience and the ability to understand, calculate and challenge the insurance premiums and other matters such as WHS Improvement Notices Ability to maintain confidentiality successful past performance in dealing with confidential and sensitive issues. Proven strong verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to adjust communication to a particular situation and all levels of senior management, management, employees, and outside vendors, including attorneys. Proven ability to write and verbally communicate in a clear, logical, and concise manner. Solid understanding of policies contained in the Employee Agreement. Previous Costco management or supervisory experience or comparable HR experiencetraining. Proficient in Google and Google Docs, Presentation, and Spreadsheet, Kronos, Employee Central, Success Factors, Preceda. Excellent evaluation and information collection skills, including ability to conduct a thorough analysis. Proven competency to manage conflict and strong negotiating skills. Excellent organisationaltime management abilities with a high level of attention to detail. Proven ability to maintain thoroughness and accuracy while meeting deadlines. Positive professional demeanor, dependable, and self motivated ability to remain calm in stressful situations and to be flexible to handle change. Recommended skills, abilities, and certifications Completed Graduate study in business management, HR or related field Succesful candidate is subject to satisfactory Criminal Record Check. Previous applicants do not need to reapply. Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

    HR Manager Costco Wholesale Australia Challenging Work Based at Head Office - Lidcombe, Sydney Description of position You will play a pivotal role in leading warehousedepot management and employees with interpretation and administration of HR and risk management programs and procedures (ie. Employee Agreement, Legislation, Work Health and Safety, Workers Compensation). Develop initiatives and programs to promote an organisational culture where WHS matters are embedded in operating procedures throughout our business including a strong focus on return to work. You have an understanding of the various legislative and regulatory requirements in areas of HR, WHS WC relevant to a retailwholesale business. You are business oriented and understand the importance of engaging with the various stakeholders and to become a valuable business partner. The position entails travel. Tasks and responsibilities Acts as subject matter expert for location management in the interpretation of the Employee Agreement andor Company policies and procedures Manage, research and provide technical advice to the business for HR and risk management matters Keeping abreast of industrial relations issues and legislation changes and reviewing our procedures to ensure we are compliant. Uses independent judgment and discretion to interpret, create, apply and communicate Costco policy and procedure. Develops a strong working relationship with AWMs Admin, Admin Managers, Payroll Clerks, Location Managers, Vice Presidents, and Executives. Develop, implement and run reports on a periodic and as needs basis for internal and external reporting (eg. Government EEO reporting). Assist in auditing HR related matters. Designs, creates and edits effective training materials such as online and blended learning courses, assessments, videos, job aids, instruction guides, documentation. Addresses and helps to resolve complex personnel questionsissues. Assists to conduct thorough and impartial internal investigations. Develops, presents, and facilitates training on HR topics Manage WC premium costs and develop initiatives to reduce costs including providing a pathway to self-insurance Complete goalsprojects according to pre-determined deadlines. HR system “ maintain and look for opportunities within the people systems to drive efficiencies for the business and maintain compliance. Works within a team environment to accomplish departmental goals. Travel required, many times on short notice. Assists in other areas of the department and company as needed. Required skills, abilities, and certifications 3 years + experience working in HR WHS workers compensation and senior management retailwarehouse environments 3 years + experience managing complex workers compensation claims or public liability claims or HR claims including Fair Work matters (including legal claims Strong analytical and numeracy skills, with ability to understand business objectives and independently develop the means to achieving goals and objectives. Have experience and the ability to understand, calculate and challenge the insurance premiums and other matters such as WHS Improvement Notices Ability to maintain confidentiality successful past performance in dealing with confidential and sensitive issues. Proven strong verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to adjust communication to a particular situation and all levels of senior management, management, employees, and outside vendors, including attorneys. Proven ability to write and verbally communicate in a clear, logical, and concise manner. Solid understanding of policies contained in the Employee Agreement. Previous Costco management or supervisory experience or comparable HR experiencetraining. Proficient in Google and Google Docs, Presentation, and Spreadsheet, Kronos, Employee Central, Success Factors, Preceda. Excellent evaluation and information collection skills, including ability to conduct a thorough analysis. Proven competency to manage conflict and strong negotiating skills. Excellent organisationaltime management abilities with a high level of attention to detail. Proven ability to maintain thoroughness and accuracy while meeting deadlines. Positive professional demeanor, dependable, and self motivated ability to remain calm in stressful situations and to be flexible to handle change. Recommended skills, abilities, and certifications Completed Graduate study in business management, HR or related field Succesful candidate is subject to satisfactory Criminal Record Check. Previous applicants do not need to reapply. Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

    HR Manager Costco Wholesale Australia Challenging Work Based at Head Office - Lidcombe, Sydney Description of position You will play a pivotal role in leading warehousedepot management and employees with interpretation and administration of HR and risk management programs and procedures (ie. Employee Agreement, Legislation, Work Health and Safety, Workers Compensation). Develop initiatives and programs to promote an organisational culture where WHS matters are embedded in operating procedures throughout our business including a strong focus on return to work. You have an understanding of the various legislative and regulatory requirements in areas of HR, WHS WC relevant to a retailwholesale business. You are business oriented and understand the importance of engaging with the various stakeholders and to become a valuable business partner. The position entails travel. Tasks and responsibilities Acts as subject matter expert for location management in the interpretation of the Employee Agreement andor Company policies and procedures Manage, research and provide technical advice to the business for HR and risk management matters Keeping abreast of industrial relations issues and legislation changes and reviewing our procedures to ensure we are compliant. Uses independent judgment and discretion to interpret, create, apply and communicate Costco policy and procedure. Develops a strong working relationship with AWMs Admin, Admin Managers, Payroll Clerks, Location Managers, Vice Presidents, and Executives. Develop, implement and run reports on a periodic and as needs basis for internal and external reporting (eg. Government EEO reporting). Assist in auditing HR related matters. Designs, creates and edits effective training materials such as online and blended learning courses, assessments, videos, job aids, instruction guides, documentation. Addresses and helps to resolve complex personnel questionsissues. Assists to conduct thorough and impartial internal investigations. Develops, presents, and facilitates training on HR topics Manage WC premium costs and develop initiatives to reduce costs including providing a pathway to self-insurance Complete goalsprojects according to pre-determined deadlines. HR system “ maintain and look for opportunities within the people systems to drive efficiencies for the business and maintain compliance. Works within a team environment to accomplish departmental goals. Travel required, many times on short notice. Assists in other areas of the department and company as needed. Required skills, abilities, and certifications 3 years + experience working in HR WHS workers compensation and senior management retailwarehouse environments 3 years + experience managing complex workers compensation claims or public liability claims or HR claims including Fair Work matters (including legal claims Strong analytical and numeracy skills, with ability to understand business objectives and independently develop the means to achieving goals and objectives. Have experience and the ability to understand, calculate and challenge the insurance premiums and other matters such as WHS Improvement Notices Ability to maintain confidentiality successful past performance in dealing with confidential and sensitive issues. Proven strong verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to adjust communication to a particular situation and all levels of senior management, management, employees, and outside vendors, including attorneys. Proven ability to write and verbally communicate in a clear, logical, and concise manner. Solid understanding of policies contained in the Employee Agreement. Previous Costco management or supervisory experience or comparable HR experiencetraining. Proficient in Google and Google Docs, Presentation, and Spreadsheet, Kronos, Employee Central, Success Factors, Preceda. Excellent evaluation and information collection skills, including ability to conduct a thorough analysis. Proven competency to manage conflict and strong negotiating skills. Excellent organisationaltime management abilities with a high level of attention to detail. Proven ability to maintain thoroughness and accuracy while meeting deadlines. Positive professional demeanor, dependable, and self motivated ability to remain calm in stressful situations and to be flexible to handle change. Recommended skills, abilities, and certifications Completed Graduate study in business management, HR or related field Succesful candidate is subject to satisfactory Criminal Record Check. Previous applicants do not need to reapply. Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Head of People and Culture

    Head of People and Culture High-growth, international technology solutions organisation Establish and lead the People and Culture function Sydney CBD location The organisation we represent is a high-growth, international software services organisation, delivering SaaS-based cloud solutions to the SME market. As the company continues to grow and prosper, a dedicated, strategic Head of People and Culture is now required to establish and lead the human resources function, help shape the company culture, improve talent acquisition and management outcomes, drive employee engagement, and create an environment where the organisation™s people can be the best that they can be. Reporting to a dynamic CEO and a member of the Leadership Team, responsibilities will extend across the Australasian market. To be considered for selection it is essential that you have the following Have been in the œHead of or a Senior Human ResourcesPeople and Culture Manager, in a mid or large-sized-sized technology organisation. Preferably a strong track record within software services, ideally in SaaS based cloud solutions. Preferably some experience working with a high growth, ˜challenger™ brand or business characterised by a high level of ambiguity, pace and a mandate to deliver. Strategic mindset to participate in the development of the business strategy and translate this to people strategy. Evidence of developing and then implementing companywide strategic People and Culture initiatives. Analytical ability and capacity to contribute to the strategy challenges of the business, more broadly than just their functional area. Some experience driving business transformation aligned with strategy. Strong influencing and relationship building skills. Legal literacy (as it relates to Human Resources), to help ensure a culture of compliance and integrity. The Managing Consultant for this position is Dan Spencer. Please note that we are only accepting written applications, job reference 25252.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager - East Coast (Part Time)

    About the HBA Group HBA Legal formed in 2011 as a specialist insurance law firm, today servicing clients across Australia and overseas. HBA partners with underwriters, brokers, insurers, insureds, and large self-insured companies. HBA is one of Australia™s leading defendant-only insurance practices, forging the way in creative problem solving and commercially oriented solutions. HBA removed the shackles of bureaucracy and traditional thinking so often seen in big law firms, enabling true business partnerships with clients. We achieve this the ˜HBA Way™, following NewLaw principles pivoting on flexibility, accessibility and innovation. We simplify and solve our clients™ challenges. We have offices in Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Newcastle. HBA Group also encompasses claims management business Paratus (Melbourne) and legal process and technology provider Pillion (Newcastle). HBA™s lawyers provide the legal advice that makes Paratus truly unique as a claims management business. Pillion helps HBA Legal and Paratus keep their admin costs down to support the very competitive fees they offer clients, while also delivering savvy IT solutions to support both businesses. That™s evolution. That™s innovation. That™s HBA Group. About the role Working alongside our Human Resources Manager - West Coast, we are seeking an experienced HR generalist to provide business partnering (at a strategic and hands-on operational level) across the three HBA companies. This role requires an HR œall-rounder who can support the leadership team with all stages of the employee life cycle Recruitment Onboarding Performance appraisal and career development Employee engagement and recognition Performance management Offboarding Salary Review process Implementing the HBA values into all aspects of the firm Ensuring best practice and striving to improve policies and procedures in line with current legislation and business objectives. HR reporting Working collaboratively with the HR Manager “ west coast on various HR projects You will build strong relationships with key internal stakeholders and act as a trusted adviser, supporting the business in driving a high-performance culture. The role is three days per week, which can be worked flexibly across the week if needed, based in our Sydney CBD office. About You You will be a creative and innovative thinker collaborative in your approach to work and genuine in the way that you relate to your fellow teammates. You will also have Relevant tertiary qualifications A minimum of 5 years™ experience in human resources Self-motivation with the ability to work autonomously Considerable experience in recruitment Excellent stakeholder engagement skills, with outstanding interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to build and maintain positive working relationships, and to work collaboratively with others Ability to travel to other offices (regionally and interstate as required) Apply More information about HBA Group can be found at hbalegal.com. For a confidential conversation about the role and a copy of the position description, please contact Fiona Smith 0402 048 805. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Talent Acquistion Business Partner - ANZ

    Talent Acquistion Business Partner - ANZ Philips is a leading global healthcare company aiming to improve the lives of 3 billion people by 2025. We strive to make the world healthier and more sustainable through innovation developed across a broad range of Imaging, Information and Monitoring systems. With nearly 40,000 employees working in 100 countries, we are committed to helping create meaningful moments of care, whether in the hospital room, the living room or the boardroom. Being a part of Philips Healthcare means having an opportunity to drive your career in an organisation where there is incredible diversity across function, skill and geography. We are a fascinating business to be a part of “ a global leader in our chosen fields with a strong emphasis on creating impact through meaningful innovation. Talent Acquisition is a critical partner to our business, playing an instrumental role in helping us to achieve our goals and vision. By building deep, collaborative relationships with stakeholders across all business units, we align our recruiting strategies to the business imperative, attracting the very best talent that the market place has to offer. Your Opportunity An exciting opportunity has become available to join our high performing Talent Acquisition Team, based at our corporate head office in North Ryde. Reporting to the Head of Talent Acquisition and working alongside a highly passionate team, you will forge meaningful business relationships with stakeholders across multiple divisions. In this high touch, end-to-end role, you will advise hiring managers as to the most appropriate sourcing strategies and partner them along every step of the recruitment lifecycle. You will play an instrumental role in positioning Philips Employer Value Proposition to the market place and be a brand ambassador for the business. Apart from your day-to-day recruitment initiatives, you will focus on building lucrative talent pipelines and keep in touch with market trends pertaining to your portfolios. Not only will you recruit across ANZ, you will also have the opportunity to get involved in numerous value adding Talent Acquisition and HR projects within ANZ and Asia Pacific.. Equipped with some of the best tools that the industry has to offer related to AI, Sourcing, Market Intelligence and CRM, youll be well positioned to attract the best talent on offer. This is a truly exciting and autonomous role which will give you the opportunity to grow your internal recruitment career within an organization that highly committed to the development of its people. We offer a competitive salary, on-going training and development opportunities, outstanding benefits and flexibility in a career with a positive and supportive atmosphere. We are looking for 8+ years end-to-end recruitment experience, preferably having started your career in agency and having already transitioned in to an in-house role. Knowledge of recruiting systems , job posting technology, social media tools trends and recruiting channels Exposure to recruiting across disciplines at all levels Interest experience in broader Talent Acquisition HR projects Exceptional customer service mindset, attention to detail, good prioritization skills Strong commercial acumen and consulting skills with the ability to engage and influence Clear and concise in both oral and written communication An appetite for continuous improvement Dont miss out on this exciting opportunity and apply now. Applications Close on Wednesday the 5th of June 2019.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Regional People and Culture Manager

    Regional People and Culture Manager About the business At Interflow were a family company serving Australia and New Zealand with industry leading pipeline repair, renewal and restoration services for over 80 years. Were built on a culture of innovation, using world leading products and techniques. Become part of the team today- and grow with Interflow. About the role Own your own client group in a true generalist HR business partnering capacity. Reporting to the Executive Director, People and Culture, this role will see you in a hands-on operational capacity, with a strong advisory component and a direct line to the Regional Leadership Teams. In addition to operational work you will also be working on a number of exciting HR projects, in line with our People and Culture Strategy. The role touches on elements of the entire employee lifecycle from recruitment, appraisal, talent, succession, remuneration and ERIR matters, workplace investigations, conflict management, policy procedure implementation. A key part of the role will be coaching and support our leaders in relation to people matters. You will need to be equally comfortable working in the both an operational and strategic capacity. This is a hands-on role, it requires diplomacy and influencing skills and the ability to be innovative and resilient. You will be supported by a People and Culture team based at our Head Office who are keen to make a difference. Skills and experience Minimum 7 years experience at a Senior Advisory level with tertiary qualifications Experience in manufacturing, construction and related infrastructure industries would be highly advantageous Sound knowledge of all employment-related legislation, including the ability to interpret and provide accurate advice to management Exceptional stakeholder management experience, forward thinking and proven problem solving and analytical skills. Proven ability to provide coaching to managers to enhance team-leading capability, including communication, performance management, employee relations matters The ability to drive Change projects through to successful completion Exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written Ability to engage with a wide range of stakeholders across multiple locations, blue collar and white-collar environments Ability to organise and prioritise workloads to achieve deadlines Ability to work autonomously Proficient in MS Office (Word and Excel) This role will require travel You will have a hands on and committed approach. This is a role where you will need to think on your feet to respond to demands, whilst applying a longer-term strategic lens on people practice improvements that will have a real impact. Does this sound like you? Please click the ˜Apply™ button below or contact Danielle on 0296360136 Interflow has built a business on innovation our people are the centre of this through the diversity of their ideas and backgrounds. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply and help us continue our journey. Become part of our team today The application form will include these questions Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • RECRUITMENT MANAGER - UNDERGROUND MINING CONTRACTOR

    RECRUITMENT MANAGER - UNDERGROUND MINING CONTRACTOR PYBAR Mining Services is one of the largest underground mining contractors in Australia. From established mining operations to greenfield development projects, PYBAR employs over 1000+ personnel across the country and with continued expansions we are looking to appoint a highly service orientated, and results driven Recruitment Manager. ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY This is an exciting and highly rewarding position that is new to PYBAR Mining Services. The successful candidate will be expected to work closely with and develop strong and influential relationships with key stakeholders such as Operations and Project Managers to provide continuous improvement and effective recruitment solutions in line with the business operational needs. As this is a high-volume area of the business, this position will take ownership and actively contribute to the recruitment requirements of maintaining high manning levels whilst providing strong leadership to the current recruitment team. Reporting to the Head of Human Resources, you will become an integral part of a small diverse HR team with a focus on innovation and industry leading recruitment strategies. ABOUT THE LOCATION The successful candidate must reside or be willing to relocate to Orange in New South Wales. PYBARs corporate office and the majority of its service departments are situated in Orange. Orange is located 250km west of Sydney and has excellent schooling, medical and tertiary education services, and a well-deserved reputation for food and wine. Relocation assistance will be considered for the right candidate. ABOUT THE ROLE Work with senior management to build and implement recruitment solutions in line with business needs and strategy Provide recruitment planning to work within agreed budget and time limitations and identify variances Manage the labour schedule to continuously meet the resourcing needs across the business including maintaining labour in line with our business plan Develop and maintain a high performing outcome focussed recruitment team Establish KPI reporting to ensure on-going service excellence Continuously improve service delivery that contributes to service excellence in line with our values of Safety, Service, Respect, Results Travel to all projects as required to assist in major recruitment drives. ABOUT YOU Extensive proven experience in a similar position Tertiary qualifications andor recruitment manager senior recruitment consultant experience Management, leadership, team building, consulting, negotiation and facilitation skills In-depth knowledge of recruitment best practice A results and can-do driven attitude with a natural sense of urgency. WHAT WE OFFER Full time employment Work Monday to Friday and be home every night Highly attractive remuneration package with relocation assistance The opportunity to make a difference in a supportive and driven team Excellent company culture with a focus on innovation and industry leading technology A challenging and no one day is the same position To apply, please follow the links.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources and Internal Recruitment Manager

    THE OPPORTUNITY The Better Health Generation is an innovative and privately owned medium sized health consultancy business which has seen consistent and healthy growth. We have operations in a number of cities across Australia and overseas, with over 100 employees and counting. Due to rapid growth of the business we are looking for a strong H.R generalist with extensive recruitment experience to join us in our North Sydney office on a full time basis. ABOUT THE ROLE Your key responsibilities will include but are not limited to Recruitment Coordinate and work with managers to facilitate end to end recruitment including revision of position descriptions, advertising, candidate application management, shortlisting, reference checking, selection, on-boarding and induction plans. In consultation with the hiring manager, coordinate the inductionorientation for new employees HR and Payroll Administration Process, verify and maintain employee related documentation including employment contracts, recruitment and workers compensation. Become the Employment Hero champion ensuring all staff information is kept up to date utilising this database General HR Support Coach managers in dealing with HRemployee related matters. Use relevant policies, awards,procedures and legislation to provide human resources advice to managers and employees regarding recruitment, performance management, employee relations, conditions and benefits Proactively develop, update and maintain HR correspondence and documentation to ensure implementation and maintenance of best practice HR procedures and compliant records management. Prepare monthly management reports. SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE Minimum 3 years HR experience Tertiary qualification in Human Resources andor Business Management Can work well autonomously Ability to use initiative and be proactive Strong organisation and time management skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to interpret legislation, rules and regulations as they relate to Human Resources, Industrial Relations and WHS HR advisory experience, possessing true HR generalist skills Ability to exercise confidentiality at all times Ideally have previous work experience within the health sector YOU WILL ENJOY You will receive a highly competitive salary and a great worklife balance. You will be working for an organisation which truly values its employees as well as well as works to make a real difference in the lives of some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in Australia. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have as a recruitment consultant?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Director - InterContinental Hayman island Resort

    Human Resources Director - InterContinental Hayman island Resort At InterContinental Hotels Resorts we want our guests to feel special, cosmopolitan and In the Know. About us InterContinental Hayman Island Resort is opening 1 July and will welcome a new era of luxury in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. An amazing team have been working together to get the resort ready to deliver an iconic private island experience. To complement our existing on and off Island HR teams, it™s now time for an experienced and passionate Human Resources Director to join us on island and lead the delivery of our amazing people offer through our great team. We™re really excited about our approach to ensuring our colleagues living on InterContinental Hayman Island Resort are achieving both professionally and personally. As an Aon Hewitt Best Employer, IHG are committed to ongoing development and career progression at work, and this is bought to life through great training, development, support and encouragement. Whilst they™re working at the resort, all colleagues are supported by our Room to Grow commitment including amazing learning and development and they™ll have opportunities to move into roles within our IHG hotels Australasia and globally when they™re ready. Whilst colleagues are on island, they™ll maximise the life changing experience of living and working in this beautiful world heritage area, staying in The Hayman Village, a vibrant residential experience including scheduled activities focused around personal achievement, health and wellness. And in this key role, youll be at the forefront of driving their work environment. Your day to day As the Human Resources Director you will partner with the General Manager and South East Queensland based Cluster Director of Human Resources to bring to life and champion this people strategy. Leading the on island HR team and taking overall responsibility for HR Operations on island, you will also work with stakeholders based off island, including our Cluster HR Team and more widely within IHG. You will be responsible for all the standard things you™d expect From driving colleague engagement and supporting the leadership team to foster an environment of productivity and high performance, to mitigating the risks associated with employee relations issues. But in this strategic role, it will be your ability to partner with the Resorts Leadership Team, Owners and other key external stakeholders where you will truly see success. Your ability to impact and influence others in this complex operating and human resources environment will be critical to driving the people agenda, proactively identifying opportunities for continuous improvement to have commercial impact. What we need from you As the ideal candidate will be an experienced HR professional who has held the lead role in a complex business environment for a minimum of 3-5 years. Demonstrated capability around collaborating with multiple stakeholders and managing competing priorities will be essential, and previous exposure to such a role within a hotel, resort or remote environment would be highly regarded. You will a commercial lens around your approach and a track record of delivering vibrant and successful work environments through amazing leadership. A confident communicator across verbal and written platforms, you will have the ability to work alongside a dynamic team, coaching and leading individuals with varying capability. Strategic thinking, the ability to explore new ways of working and have an open mind around how we can drive the Resort forward with regards to people space as well as its commercial returns will be advantageous. You must also meet the legal requirements to work in Australia without restrictions. What we offer IHG offers more than just great places to stay, we are also one of Australias best employers. We are looking for exceptional people like you to greet the world and be the spark that makes us even better. We passionately believe that it s our people who have brought us to where we are today and our people that will help us grow. We celebrate diversity every day. We welcome guests from every background and corner of the world, so we want individuals who can bring hospitality to life for everyone. We will give you every opportunity to grow vertically, functionally, geographically, and personally. As part of the IHG family with more than 5,600 hotels in over 100 countries, the world is your oyster.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resource Manager

    Human Resource Manager HR Manager Our client is an established leader in the manufacturing installation of commercial Roofing Wall Cladding. With offices across the Eastern Seaboard of Australia, they are now in the market for an HR Manager for their head office located in Hornsby. Your role As a member of the Management team, you would be responsible for overseeing all of all human resource activities across the NSW and Melbourne branches. Responsibilities below Strategic and operational management of all human resource activities Recruitment of all white and blue collar roles within the roofing and manufacturing space Recommendation for internal HR strategies and policies Management of pre-employment awards and agreements for new employees Assessment of industry awards Conduct performance and annual reviews Manage all aspects of employee relations To be considered Tertiary qualifications or relevant experience Min 5+ years HR Management experience Experience in working for construction, manufacturing or sub-contractors ideal Strong knowledge of industry related awards Excellent communication skills both verbal written Proficient with MS Office In return This is a rewarding role working for a reputable and established company that offers a professional working environment worklife balance. Salary will be 90K - 120K and will be negotiated through experience. Office is also ideally located near the station or offers ample parking for drivers. Annual reviews and bonuses are also already in place. Interested? Apply now. Patrick Velasco (02) 9955 2299

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR/Recruitment BP

    HRRecruitment BP Sydney CBD, great location and team culture Rare HRrecruitment role, leading National firm Highly competitive salary on offer plus perks Great opportunity for a talented HR and recruitment professional to join a National Legal firm The Firm Our client is an award-winning law firm based in beautiful offices in the heart of Sydney™s CBD. They attract only the best professionally and instill a collaborative team culture across all practice groups. About the Role A new opportunity has arisen for a highly experienced HR and recruitment professional, to join the Sydney office to provide first class support to the HR function. This is a newly created role where you will be reporting into the head office in Brisbane. The team are all described as being friendly and approachable, and you will find yourself joining a great environment where you will want to remain for the long-term. This role requires a confident HR professional with impeccable communication skills. Duties will include Ownership of end-to-end recruitment for a range of internal positions Collaborate with the wider HR team to understand changing business needs and identify talent requirements Use your knowledge and creativity to seek out employer branding opportunities Proactively seek to improve operational efficiencies Requirements Exposure to a combination of internal and external recruitment Experience gained within a mid-top tier law firm Proven influencing and stakeholder management exposure Excellent communication skills, confident to liaise at all levels Advanced level Microsoft Office skills Strong organisational skills with a high level of attention to detail A professional presentation with a friendly nature Rewards Highly competitive remuneration Mentoring opportunities Active social and sporting events Opportunities for career advancement Subsidised gym membership In-house cafe and onsite barista. How to Apply To apply for this position, or to discuss any other support opportunities please apply here Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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