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  • HR Manager

    We are a construction company responsible for a number of entities Craft Metals, Contemporary Architectural Systems Australia (CASA) and Architectural Roofing and Wall Cladding (ARC) We partner with architects, builders and engineers to deliver complex facades, cladding and roofing solutions. Our service offering includes design, fabrication and installation across Australia, New Zealand and Asia-Pacific. We have offices and workshops based in Sydney and Melbourne. We are now seeking an experienced HR Manager to support all our businesses and the role will report into our CEO. Key responsibilities include Overseeing the recruitment and hiring of new employees across all business units Employee management ie employee contracts, inductions, handling employee issues etc Working closely with an immigration agency regarding our visa applicants and visa employees etc Responsible for developing and reviewing proceedures, EBA and awards across our businesses etc. Skills required At least 5 years HR management experience Tertiary qualifications in a HR management or equivalent Experience in construction industry desireable High level of attention to detail Highly effective communication with an ability to maintain sound relationships with both internal external stakeholders. Excellent organisational skills with the ability to deal with conflicting priorities Works well in a team For more information regarding one of our businesses, visit our website httparcroofing.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Conducting relevant HR IR Audits and working with the Senior HR Business Partner to address key compliance issues and implement employee life cycle HR...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    Ad hoc administration duties as required. Develop and execute HR Strategies and activities. Growing and evolving company with endless opportunities....

    location Parramatta, Charles St, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


  • HR Assistant

    Assisting with annual activities such as renewal of practising certificate and appraisal process 1 “ 2 years™ experience working in a similar role preferably...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner The Client An Australian owned company which prides itself on being part of the community. Offering genuine personalised service with modern design, expert treatment and innovation coupled with up to date trends. This is a growing business with imminent rapid expansion plans on the horizon. The Role Reporting to the GM of HR, the HR Business Partner is there to support the business and its people through appropriate policies, procedures, training, support and direction. Partner with the business and drive the HR function Main responsibilities include Implement Group HR policies and procedures Business compliance across IR, Payroll WHS, Payroll management or coordination Coordination of safety-related programs and initiatives for the facility including WHS, Workers compensation administration and management Responsible for implementing staff evaluation process, processing appraisal forms and coordinating on-boarding and training Management of end to end recruitment and selection for appropriate positions Ownership of the Team Member Benefit program Develops initiatives and programs to foster a culture of engagement and flexibility to meet the organisations objectives Advise and assist management and employees to respond to employee issues and concerns by interpreting applicable HR policies and procedures by making responsible recommendations Build organisational capability through ownership of talent management processes including acquisition, assessment, performance management and employee development The Benefits A learning and development culture that creates individual Professional Development Plans for its management team to help them achieve long term goals An inspiring company culture where you are empowered to create, implement and see the results of great initiatives using your own ideas. A motivational environment that supports proactive thinking. A flexible work environment that encourages work life balance Key Attributes 2+ years HR and Recruitment experience in a HR CoordinatorAdvisorBusiness Partner role within a retail business Industrial relations knowledge, specifically in the retail industry highly desirable HR Degree or qualification Payroll management or coordination Experience recruiting and on-boarding teams Exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills including listening skills A strong relationship builder Strong attention to detail Initiative, drive and problem solver A caring personality and an energetic nature Flexibility to travel interstate as required Dont let this opportunity pass you by - Apply now Please apply by following the prompts. For further queries, please contact Jessica Lewy directly on 0400 949 118 quoting Reference Number RCC5870 Jessica Lewy 0400949118 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 completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? How many years experience do you have in industrial relations employment law?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Workforce Services Consultant

    Senior Workforce Services Consultant Employment Type Permanent Full Time Position Classification Health Manager Level 2 Remuneration 95,426 - 113,183 per annum pro rata Hours Per Week 38 Requisition ID REQ95368 Please note Applicants willing to job share will also be considered Where youll be working With a rapidly growing population we offer a comprehensive range of services from acute care at Gosford and Wyong hospitals to sub-acute and community based services. We encourage a workforce that is innovative, eager to acquire knowledge and enhance skills and compassionate in caring for our community. As part of our team we will support you and help you develop your career with us. We invite you to come and be a part of our community. The Central Coast is renowned for its natural beauty. From the bush to the beach there is plenty to do “ swimming, surfing, diving, golf, restaurants, cafes, bush walks, sporting clubs and activities for the kids and great shopping “ and all in a friendly and relaxed environment. To hear from our team what it™s like to work with us, you can read their stories on our Instagram account. httpinstagram.comcareersatcclhd Also please connect with us on LinkedIn to stay up to date with career opportunities. What youll be doing Under the guidance of the Workforce Services Manager, the Senior Workforce Services Consultant provides support and guidance to managers and staff on workforce matters. The position holder will make decisions in consultation with Managers and Supervisors on Human Resourceawardindustrial and employment related matters. In addition the Workforce Services Consultant will have decision making accountability for their portfolio area of responsibility in consultation with the Workforce Services Manager. The position holder will represent the Workforce Directorate at relevant meetings where required. Need more information? 1) Click here for the Position Description 2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Bronwyn Francis on 4320 3699 or via email Bronwyn.Francishealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close Sunday 24 March 2019 To view the position description or submit your applications please click the Apply button below. We are committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practices, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and promote a smoke-free work environment. Appropriate criminal record and child protection checks conducted for all positions.

    location New South Wales 2083, Australia


  • HR Co-Ordinator

    HR Co-Ordinator Today, WW is about much more than weight loss. We inspire healthy habits for real life “ for people, families, communities - for everyone Together with a new name, we™ve reimagined our business with the aim of becoming the world™s partner in wellness. Look online or walk into a workshop and you™ll find people who are not just focussed on weight, but want to eat better, move more or develop a more positive mindset. To help us on our journey, we™re looking for a talented HR Coordinator who can assist our People team in delivering the best employee experience possible. It™s a fast paced and rewarding role, where you™ll provide a variety of exceptional administration support, including- Coordination and management of all recruitment and onboarding Providing first-line HR support to WW employees Manage the administration and reporting function in the team Needless to say, you™ll have experience in a similar role with exceptional communication and time management skills. We™ll also need you to be up-to-date with Microsoft Office and be good at multitasking and prioritising. In return, we offer great benefits plus the chance to grow with a global brand leader. If you™ve never imagined yourself in the wellness industry, think again. With heaps of positivity, a genuine passion for people, you™ll have our People team kicking goals in no time Apply online today.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People and Culture Officer

    People and Culture Officer People and Culture Officer Located in North Sydney Full-time permanent position Contribute to an established charitable organisation 75,000 salary + Superannuation + Salary packaging benefits This fabulous position is for a well-known charitable organisation. The People and Culture Officer reports to the Head of People and Culture and is an essential member of the team. About the Role The purpose of the role is to ensure that People and Culture operations are implemented efficiently and consistently. Working as part of a dynamic team, you will be flexible and willing to work as a true generalist. You will be comfortable providing administrative support, as well as being able to advise and consult to managers and employees across the organisation. The successful candidate will be involved in Learning and Development, performance management, recruitment projects, and more. You will be willing to learn, love process improvement, and happy to work in a high performing team. Role Responsibilities Act as a point of contact for the PC team Oversee end to end recruitment, induction and employee engagement Coordinate best people practises and organisational learning and development systems Assist employees and managers with employment relations advice WHS compliance, assist with developing relevant policies and procedures Ensure People and Culture policies and procedures are maintained and developed as required Role Requirements Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources Intermediate to advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office - Word, Excel and Powerpoint Strong communication skills with a high attention to detail 2+ years of practical HR generalist experience Current NSW driver™s license and access to a car “ some travel may be required Knowledge and ability to provide advice on legislative requirements This is the perfect training ground for a Generalist looking to learn and be coached as part of a high performing team The successful candidate will be driven to learn and grow as a generalist with some previous experience in that role. You will be ambitious, eager for feedback and proactive. How to apply To be considered for this position please apply now with your resume, if you have any further questions please contact Rhonda at rhondabeaumontpeople.com.au . This client will remain confidential until shortlisting stage. There is no closing date for this role, please apply as soon as possible as all applications will be reviewed as they are received. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Rhonda 0404442487 Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships, Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au 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?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    Participate in the annual planning process and will lead andor contribute to relevant HR. Key Result Area. Degree qualified in Human Resources....

    location Chatswood Garden Maintenance Services, 790 Pacific Hwy, Chatswood NSW 2067, Australia


  • HR Advisor

    Your application should include a two page cover letter addressing the focus capabilities and targeted question, and an up-to-date resume of no more than five...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Consultant

    Supporting the Head of Human Resources you will be working across a range of areas including sales, legal, risk, compliance, finance and IT client groups....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    Ad hoc administration duties as required. Develop and execute HR Strategies and activities. Growing and evolving company with endless opportunities....

    location Parramatta, Charles St, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


  • HR ADMINISTRATOR

    Undertake administration related to cyclical people activities such as performance reviews and salary advancements....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    Ad hoc administration duties as required. Develop and execute HR Strategies and activities. Growing and evolving company with endless opportunities....

    location Parramatta, Charles St, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner - 00006W8E ABOUT THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE The Sydney Opera House is an iconic Australian institution that embodies beauty, inspi...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Office Coordinator and Human Resources Coordinator

    About the business National Projects Maintenance (NPM) is one of Australias fastest growing businesses in providing maintenance and project services. NPM offers end-to-end services to the commercial and industrial property industry, servicing private and public property portfolios, blue chip office and industrial tenants as well as local and state government property portfolios. About the role The purpose of the role of Office and Human Resources Coordinator. It is to provide superior administration support to the Human Resources Manager and General Manager and assist with the general management of the office. This role is a varied role and you will be responsible for the following · Managing the employee on-boarding and off-boarding processes including contract generation, new starter payroll admin processing, Day 1 induction, exit administration and departure interviews · Providing administration support to the Human Resources Manager and General Manager · Ensuring all staff records and files are current and accurate · Helping address and resolve staff queries and requests in a timely manner · Manage Online WHS Training Records ·  Support with recruitment efforts · Working alongside other teams such as operations, finance and IT to proactively ensure admin processes are seamless throughout the business · Responsible for arranging company events · A resourceful, cheerful, can-do personality · Supporting our out- sourced IT technician in resolving any IT issues from within the office · Ensuring office equipment is well stocked and working · Management of motor vehicle fleet · Assisting with the development and execution of initiatives, frameworks and systems designed to enhance the performance, engagement and capabilities of NPM employees. Benefits and perks Whats in it for you? · Recognised and rewarded for your hard work · Competitive salary package · Autonomous role with strong support networks · Career development · Good workplace culture Skills and experience To be successful in securing this role you will have · Previous administration experience · Qualification in Business or Human Resources · Advanced Microsoft skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) · Ability to maintain a strict level of confidentiality · Ability to prioritise a rapidly changing task list as well as being able to adapt to an evolving working environment · Ability to deal with a variety of stakeholders both internal and external · Demonstrate your ability to prioritize urgent tasks in a high paced environment with requests coming in from all parts of the business. · A resourceful, cheerful, can-do personality 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 much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Consultant

    HR Consultant OUR CLIENT Our client are a 6billion global travel giant with a portfolio of brands spanning contemporary to luxury offering travel experiences across Europe, Asia, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii Alaska. Established globally for over 40 years, in 2015 they opened offices in Sydney, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mumbai, Tokyo Shanghai with aggressive growth plans for the region. Reporting to the Senior Director HR Office and working closely with the global teams in Sydney, Miami Hong Kong, this newly created role will be a key stakeholder in planning and implementing the company™s HR strategy across Asia Pacific. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Together with the Senior Director, Asia Pacific, support the direction and planning of the Human Resources teams across Asia Pacific Develop and implement Human Resources policies across all areas adhering to employment legislation Partner with leadership team to set, implement and review the company™s people and talent strategy and align with the overall business plan. Develop those people strategies to attract and retain key staff and build a diverse and skilled workforce Support managers with annual appraisal reviews and the merit process and conduct regular benchmarking for salaries and benefits Develop effective recruitment strategies, including development of the recruitment model recruitment processes Collaborate with learning and development team to anticipate and address capability and skills gaps and coach leaders to identify and address proactively Together with the Senior Director, Asia Pacific, maintain and track all HR related budget lines including monthly headcount, salaries and benefits Together with finance, support the administration of the payroll function with a third-party provider Together with HR team, develop, drive and implement all internal communications for Asia Pacific Oversee immigration and visa matters, working with local counsel as needed Maintain the organisational chart for Asia Pacific Together with the EAHR Co-ordinator maintain personnel information in the PeopleSoft HRIS system Maintain and manage the HRIS system including monthly reporting and maintaining data WHS “ implementation of OHS policies Together with the Director HR Office Asia Pacific, project manage key regional events including the Asia Pacific sales conference, internal, mid-year and end of year events QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE SKILLS You will be a highly-motivated team player, with a Bachelor™s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or a related field of study or any equivalent combination of education andor relevant work experience Essential requirements Minimum 3 years of HR Generalist experience Experience in talent and recruitment practices Ability to write policies in line with employment legislation Exceptional communication skills Experience managing a broad set of stakeholders Experience in creating managing budgets Attention to detail critical but also the ability to react quickly Highly organised with good time management skills Productive in a pressured environment Strong project management skills Positive, energetic personality Intermediate Microsoft Office Regarded favourably Experience with a large multi-national organisation What we offer This is an exciting opportunity to join a leading global company and be rewarded with a great team culture, competitive remuneration, exposure to APAC markets and a Sydney CBD location. Philippa Baker Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Consultant

    HR Consultant OUR CLIENT Our client are a 6billion global travel giant with a portfolio of brands spanning contemporary to luxury offering travel experiences across Europe, Asia, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii Alaska. Established globally for over 40 years, in 2015 they opened offices in Sydney, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mumbai, Tokyo Shanghai with aggressive growth plans for the region. Reporting to the Senior Director HR Office and working closely with the global teams in Sydney, Miami Hong Kong, this newly created role will be a key stakeholder in planning and implementing the company™s HR strategy across Asia Pacific. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Together with the Senior Director, Asia Pacific, support the direction and planning of the Human Resources teams across Asia Pacific Develop and implement Human Resources policies across all areas adhering to employment legislation Partner with leadership team to set, implement and review the company™s people and talent strategy and align with the overall business plan. Develop those people strategies to attract and retain key staff and build a diverse and skilled workforce Support managers with annual appraisal reviews and the merit process and conduct regular benchmarking for salaries and benefits Develop effective recruitment strategies, including development of the recruitment model recruitment processes Collaborate with learning and development team to anticipate and address capability and skills gaps and coach leaders to identify and address proactively Together with the Senior Director, Asia Pacific, maintain and track all HR related budget lines including monthly headcount, salaries and benefits Together with finance, support the administration of the payroll function with a third-party provider Together with HR team, develop, drive and implement all internal communications for Asia Pacific Oversee immigration and visa matters, working with local counsel as needed Maintain the organisational chart for Asia Pacific Together with the EAHR Co-ordinator maintain personnel information in the PeopleSoft HRIS system Maintain and manage the HRIS system including monthly reporting and maintaining data WHS “ implementation of OHS policies Together with the Director HR Office Asia Pacific, project manage key regional events including the Asia Pacific sales conference, internal, mid-year and end of year events QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE SKILLS You will be a highly-motivated team player, with a Bachelor™s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or a related field of study or any equivalent combination of education andor relevant work experience Essential requirements Minimum 3 years of HR Generalist experience Experience in talent and recruitment practices Ability to write policies in line with employment legislation Exceptional communication skills Experience managing a broad set of stakeholders Experience in creating managing budgets Attention to detail critical but also the ability to react quickly Highly organised with good time management skills Productive in a pressured environment Strong project management skills Positive, energetic personality Intermediate Microsoft Office Regarded favourably Experience with a large multi-national organisation What we offer This is an exciting opportunity to join a leading global company and be rewarded with a great team culture, competitive remuneration, exposure to APAC markets and a Sydney CBD location. Philippa Baker Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager (Part Time)

    About the Company Denison Gas Limited and its affiliates (together Denison Gas) is a gas exploration and production company focussed on supplying the east Australian domestic gas market. The head office is based in Chatswood Sydney. Denison Gas is currently expanding its business and aims to become a significant domestic energy player with the assets positioned to materially grow from their current gas production levels. Roles As the HR Manager you will be responsible for managing the HR function and supporting the organisation as they continue to grow. Working closely with the leadership team you will manage all aspects of HR including development of HR processes and policies, management of performance, disciplinaries and grievances overseeing recruitment and retention of talent and HR reporting etc. This is a part-time role leading to a potential full-time position as the company continues expanding. Working days and hours are flexible between 2 to 3 days per week. Your passion and performance will help decide the role for you in the company, in longer term. You will be joining a team with passion and enthusiasm, and experiencing our great and diverse company culture. Detailed Responsibilities Review and update job descriptions Implement performance review procedures Develop relevant HR policies and ensure employees understand and comply with them Implement effective sourcing, screening and interviewing techniques Assess training needs and coordinate learning and development initiatives for all employees Address employee requests and potential issues (e.g. grievances) Organize and maintain personnel records Establish control systems for compliance with business methods and HR practices Formulate strategic and practical plans to address human resource matters Refurbish knowledge of advancements in the field and present new ideas Co-operate with the Finance and Operation teams to provide relevant payroll suggestions and insights Requirements Minimum 3 years of working experience in a relevant HR role Proven experience in working at a medium to large size organisations Experience with full-cycle recruiting including a mix of blue and white collar workforce Demonstrable leadership capability Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Problem-solving and decision-making aptitude Outstanding organizational and time-management abilities Strong ethics and reliability Relevant HR degree and qualifications You must have right to work in Australia. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many hours are you available to work per week?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    Our Company At Georg Jensen we are proud of our products, the craftsmanship and our heritage spanning more than 100 years. Our positioning as a Danish lifestyle brand in the luxury goods industry demands that we have competent employees who, with industry experience, who can succeed and surpass our customers™ expectations to continue to grow our brands reputation and success. Your Opportunity With continued growth has emerged the need for an HR Business partner to support both corporate and retail operations. Whilst systems and processes have been established there is opportunity for improvements and the need for a dedicated professional to drive the HR agenda and compliance to improve metrics. This stand alone role reports directly to the CEO and works closely with Retail Managers and front line teams. About You Our Ideal candidate will have solid HR Generalist experience supporting corporate management and retail stores nationally to advise and drive the HR agenda. Your Responsibilities Primary contact for all HR related matters on a day to day basis Updating HR related policies and procedures and implementing changes Working collaboratively with key managers to support business and store operations Responsible for employee life-cycle from determining recruitment needs through to the exit process. Identifying skill gaps and sourcing appropriate training Support compensation processes Maintaining and updating employment records KPI reporting Identifying appropriate and cost effective HR training systems Your Skills and Experience A confident professional approach confidentiality ability to handle information with integrity and discretion Flexible to support project and varying business needs Well developed communication skills the ability to communicate with all levels within the business Strong coaching and advisory skills A high level of accuracy and attention to detail Knowledge of General Retail Award, Fair Work Act, Privacy Act, WHS Act NES Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources with at least 3 years™ experience supporting retail stores Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft office suite. What we offer An open and transparent environment that welcomes your input and experience to change, challenge and improve the way we operate. We pride ourselves on our positive, professional and caring culture and offer flexible working arrangements. Join our team by clicking Apply. Only suitably experienced applicants will be contacted for interviews. Agencies please note this role is being recruited for managed internally. Should we require external assistance we will contact our preferred suppliers. Your co-operation is appreciated. 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 in Human Resources (HR)? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    Our Company At Georg Jensen we are proud of our products, the craftsmanship and our heritage spanning more than 100 years. Our positioning as a Danish lifestyle brand in the luxury goods industry demands that we have competent employees who, with industry experience, who can succeed and surpass our customers™ expectations to continue to grow our brands reputation and success. Your Opportunity With continued growth has emerged the need for an HR Business partner to support both corporate and retail operations. Whilst systems and processes have been established there is opportunity for improvements and the need for a dedicated professional to drive the HR agenda and compliance to improve metrics. This stand alone role reports directly to the CEO and works closely with Retail Managers and front line teams. About You Our Ideal candidate will have solid HR Generalist experience supporting corporate management and retail stores nationally to advise and drive the HR agenda. Your Responsibilities Primary contact for all HR related matters on a day to day basis Updating HR related policies and procedures and implementing changes Working collaboratively with key managers to support business and store operations Responsible for employee life-cycle from determining recruitment needs through to the exit process. Identifying skill gaps and sourcing appropriate training Support compensation processes Maintaining and updating employment records KPI reporting Identifying appropriate and cost effective HR training systems Your Skills and Experience A confident professional approach confidentiality ability to handle information with integrity and discretion Flexible to support project and varying business needs Well developed communication skills the ability to communicate with all levels within the business Strong coaching and advisory skills A high level of accuracy and attention to detail Knowledge of General Retail Award, Fair Work Act, Privacy Act, WHS Act NES Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources with at least 3 years™ experience supporting retail stores Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft office suite. What we offer An open and transparent environment that welcomes your input and experience to change, challenge and improve the way we operate. We pride ourselves on our positive, professional and caring culture and offer flexible working arrangements. Join our team by clicking Apply. Only suitably experienced applicants will be contacted for interviews. Agencies please note this role is being recruited for managed internally. Should we require external assistance we will contact our preferred suppliers. Your co-operation is appreciated. 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 in Human Resources (HR)? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Consultant

    This fast growing top Wealth Management Business and supportive HR Team is seeking an experienced HR Consultant to join the team starting as a 9 month fixed term contract. For the right person there could be long term potential and the role could also be part time, 4 days a week or short working days. Supporting the Head of Human Resources you will be working across a range of areas including sales, legal, risk, compliance, finance and IT client groups. Your main focus will be Manage training and CPD requirements Implement and Manage HR policies, practices, and procedures Payroll Services Manager coaching Talent and succession planning, Recruitment Projects and process improvement The ideal candidate will have previous experience working within Financial Services and will have training and CPD experience. This is a hands-on role and has a generalist HR focus, working in all aspects of HR. To be considered for this role you will have 5+ Years of experience, Financial Services experience preferred. You will have a track record of taking the lead within training and CPD and be a natural with building relationships with internal and external stakeholders. If you have the skills and experience listed above and are ready to take your career to the next step in this fast paced, leading Wealth Management business, please apply today. Thank you

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner We are currently looking for an experienced and committed HR Business partner to join our team in a highly varied and fast paced role. Reporting to the Sr HR business partner, you will find yourself working in an ever evolving and changing environment to deliver a wide range of HRBP Services to both Academic and Professional staff client groups. This support will range from performance management, workforce planning to industrial relations advice and case management. It is a diverse role, and no two days are the same The main responsibilities of the Business Partner include Delivering high level proactive and reactive HR support, management and advice to leaders and staff Supporting the ERIR strategy including updating changes in policies and legislation Providing advice and coaching to line managers on performance management, coaching and performance improvement plans for underperforming staff Working in partnership with the Talent Acquisition, Learning and Developmental Organisational development teams to support managers in all workforce planning activities including benchmarking, position design, talent, succession and learning and development strategies Conducting and facilitating meetings with all parties to resolve employee grievances, resolve and ensure accurate and timely documentation of concerns or issues. This includes conducting and reporting on formal investigations Building and maintaining effective client relationships across the Group™s collegesdivisions on HR issues Assisting managers in selection as required including creating job related interview questions, screening, evaluating and recommending applicants for interviews and participating in interviews Supporting with the coordination of a wide range of annual processes including engagement action planning, remuneration reviews, learning and development planning and performance planning Provide advice to managers to ensure Award and State and Federal Legislative compliance in all stages of the employee lifecycle Participating in and leading various HR projects Skills and experience This position will provide an opportunity to use your coaching skills to build manager capability, your strategic advising capability for IRER expert advice and your projectchange management capability. We are seeking candidates with several years™ experience working in a previous strategic HRBP role. Ideally this person will enjoy detail and will be confident with difficult conversations both internally and externally with union. You will be used to managing local and remote relationships and be an exceptional influencer. In addition to this we are also looking for Relevant HR tertiary qualifications Experience in identifying and implementing key HRBP initiatives to drive further success for the HR unit Experience of delivering HR solutions, within a high-performing and complex matrix environment Good understanding of Human Resource procedures, principles and concepts Good understanding of Federal and state regulations governing employment Solid consulting, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills including the ability to positively liaise and negotiate with managers and staff whilst developing and maintaining strong positive working relationships Previous demonstrated knowledge of ER practices and issues, including being able to constructively use industrial relations workplace legislation to achieve productive outcomes Previous experience in case management, investigation and managing employee grievances Previous HR project management experience Higher education, Health care or heavily regulated industry experience is desirable About Laureate Australia Our Mission - Expanding access to quality higher education to make the world a better place Laureate Australia is part of a global network of passionate educators with students and education institutions around the world. Laureate Australia consists of Torrens University Australia (TUA) and Think Colleges (TC) and we live by the motto Here For Good. Our ambition is to revolutionise the world of education, increase student employability and make a positive impact. We believe in the power of education to transform lives, and we put our people and students at the heart of everything we do. Benefits Include · Tuition reduction benefit on courses offered at TUA and TC · Complimentary tea, coffee, cereal, toast and fruit in offices · Discounts to Private Health Insurance and Health and Beauty treatments · Discounted award-winning dining experience at William Blue Dining · Discounted accommodation at Waldorf Leura Gardens Resort Ready to make your difference? Join the Laureate Team by clicking œAPPLY now Closing Date 20032019 Laureate Australia reserves the right to remove the advert prior to the closing date listed. Applications will be reviewed as submitted so apply now To know more about future opportunities sign up for job alerts at jobs.laureate.net or follow us on LinkedIn. Please note Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. All applicants require current and valid working rights for Australia.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor

    HR Advisor This highly successful Australian business can boast to working with some of the largest brands in Australia. They have highly skilled employees that are recognised globally for being experts in their field this means they deliver a superior product. To continue to deliver market leading solutions they need a motivated and experienced HR Advisor to join their busy Head Office. Reporting to the Group HR Manager, you will be part of a team that provides HR support across all states. Your duties will include Under broad direction, develop, review and implement various human resources strategy, policies, procedures and processes Provide assistance on a range of employee and industrial relations matters Support the Group Human Resource Manager with HR projects and strategies, policy development and implementation Identify and share HR best practices and recommendations within the company Salary benchmarking for positions against industry and business averages Complete new employee on boarding process including recruitment, inductions and pertinent training Devise plans and techniques with the Human Resource Manager to drive change and culture management Monitor employment legislation and advise on any pertinent amendments including Modern Awards, wage increases, leave entitlements etc. and advise payroll accordingly Guide Managers on the disciplinary process and requirements whilst preparing all relevant documentation Implement and improve practices and processes for recruitment and selection, training and development and succession planning. To be successful in this role you will be an accomplished HR professional and have worked in an extremely fast paced, unionised environment. You will be a clear and confident communicator who is comfortable dealing with complex situations and senior managers. Your qualifications will compliment your practical experience. If this sounds like your next opportunity then apply now (word format resumes)

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

    About Us Bliss Early Learning has a strong vision and desire to become the leader in childcare services by being innovative and attracting the greatest educators. Being in Early Learning, our people are our greatest asset, and as a result, we pride ourselves on not only the quality of educators that we choose for our centres but also the way we look after, support and appreciate you. About the Role We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced HR Manager to join our team to help develop and nurture our most important asset our people. This role would suit a savvy, innovative, go-getter with positive energy, a positive mindset and with a hunger to succeed within a dynamic and fast-paced environment. Duties include Oversee the entire HR function, at both a strategic and hands-on operational level Collaborate with leaders in operations to deliver an outstanding experience for our people including the identification and implementation of training needs Manage the HR systems and trainees Responsible for legal compliance with policies, employee relations issues, contracts, workers comp claims and payroll procedures Oversee workforce planning, inductions and resourcing strategies Drive performance through robust capability succession planning Manage WHS matters Skills Experience Relevant qualifications A minimum of 5 years™ experience in human resources Ability to work in a fast-paced environment Self-Motivated and ability to work autonomously Experience in WHS 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) Benefits Perks A competitive remuneration package in addition to a range of other benefits Support for a healthy worklife balance Focus on professional development Supportive team environment Professional personal growth training Career progression opportunities Great support and mentors with significant experience Varied, challenging and rewarding role Required business tools provided as part of the package A centrally located office in Pyrmont How to Apply If youre looking to accelerate your career Apply for this job through SEEK with your attached cover letter and resume. To find out more about Bliss visit www.bliss.edu.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of OHSWHS? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Global Human Resouces Coordinator

    Global Human Resouces Coordinator tna are a leading global supplier of integrated food packaging processing solutions company with over 14,000 system installed across 120+ countries, based at Sydney Olympic Park. About the Opportunity As part of the Group HR function, this position is now available to support the People Culture team in all Global HR administrative analysis tasks in the areas of Workforce planning, Recruitment, Training Development, Record Management Employee Relations thereby ensuring the company meets all legal and legislative requirements. In this role you will be responsible for Headcount Planning- Maintain HRIS, Organisation Charts, Headcount Reporting Databases and HR folders including updating the People Culture section on the intranet Complete HR metrics and provide regular reports to management (eg turnover, headcount, leave liability, exit interview statistics etc) Coordinate, assist and maintain the Online Performance Management system, i.e. PeopleStreme including recording information and providing analysis Provide administrative research support for the Annual Salary Review Process Coordinate the tna Corporate Clothing Policy Process Coordinate the global International SOS programs, including providing advice and liaising with staff Participate in HR projects as directed, (including recruitment onboarding) with HR Support to some smaller regions) About You At least a minimum of 5 years™ experience in a Human Resources AdministrationAnalysis function within a fast-paced environment, (working in a regionalglobal role would be an advantage) Have an eye for detail and produce quality work Excellent communication skills (both oral and written) The ability to work in a very fast paced environment with a service oriented attitude Advanced computer skills specifically in Excel Visio Should enjoy working with HR technology Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Exceptional organisation and time management skills and proven attention to detail. Able to provide an excellent customer service experience “ building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders Identification with tna values including being a team player, passionate, professional, committed, honest and treat people with dignity and respect Please submit your application by sending an introduction letter and resume. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At this stage, we are not considering introductions from agencies. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? 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? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR/Finance Administrator

    About the business At Cubane, a boutique consulting firm, we have an opportunity for a casual HRFinance Administrator to join our Sydney office. Cubane focuses on delivering strategic analysis and insight to Executive Teams in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada University sectors, through the ambitious UniForum program. Underpinning the offering is a team of high-quality individuals, empowered to deliver this unique and compelling proposition. We offer a dynamic, stimulating, and egalitarian work environment, where innovative ability, a drive for intellectual rigour and a passion for serving clients is encouraged and rewarded. Our team thrives by having a positive can-do attitude and remaining good humoured under pressure. We are keen to find people who value the same and want to be a part of our team As a HRFinance Administrator, you will be part of a small team tasked with utilising your initiative to work with the HR Manager and Finance Manager across a broad range of HR and Finance administration functions. About the role Recruitment and selection administration, including maintaining the recruitment database Onboarding and offboarding employees Administering online compliance training and tracking employee training as required Drafting correspondence and documentation as required Support with HR reporting, including data analysismetrics Assisting with providing HR policy and process advice Coordinating HR projects including process improvement initiatives Researching and analysing information for HR operational requirements, projects and reporting Processing HR documentation, file management and document control Maintaining appropriate filing of financial information Support expense claim and credit card management Skills and experience Ideally an experienced administrator. This position may suit someone who is currently studying Intermediate to Advanced Microsoft Office skills Excellent communication skills Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to build effective relationships with stakeholders Ability to work in a small team Highly organised with strong attention to detail and effective time management Flexible and adaptable as demands and priorities change Motivated by learning, developing and implementing best practice Proactive and takes responsibility for tasks, with a positive, can-do attitude Cover Letter Required Please enclose a cover letter outlining your relevant experience, including your achievements and why you would like to join Cubane. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Principals only. Recruiters, please dont contact this job poster. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner A better way to live. A stones throw from Sydney and Canberra, Wingecarribee Shire boasts the best of urban bustle and rural quiet. It offers that true sense of community, natural beauty, and enviable lifestyle only semirural living can offer. At Council we strive to make it an even better place to live. Thats our vision. This is your chance to add to it. Human Resources Business Partner Generalist role with variety and scope Provide assistance and coaching on HR matters Permanent, full-time position enjoying a 19 day four week cycle About the role We are seeking an experienced dynamic HR professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support. Working closely with the HR team you will provide end-to-end support in employee life cycle processes recruitment on-boarding policy review and development reward and recognition discipline performance management and general employee manager enquiries. As an experienced HR professional, preferably with Local Government experience you will partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support. Salary for this position is based on skills, experience and qualifications and will range from 67,642pa to 78,465pa plus superannuation. About You In addition to holding the relevant tertiary qualifications, you will have proven experience in a HR Business Partner role possess a positive and resilient disposition be able to manage conflicting priorities and thrive in a high pressure environment. You will also be able to work in a team environment and also able to work independently with your own business partners. You will have excellent communication skills with an ability to negotiate, influence, listen, guide and interact effectively with people at all levels of the business About us Located in the Southern Highlands, Wingecarribee Shire Council is within comfortable travelling distance of Sydney, Canberra, the South Coast and the Illawarra. With four distinct and stunning seasons combined with glorious countryside rich in biodiversity and appeal, it™s an enviable lifestyle location. How to Apply Applications including a cover letter, resume and statement addressing both the Essential and Desirable Selection Criteria are to be submitted online by visiting www.wsc.nsw.gov.au (Careers Council). The Selection Criteria is contained in the Position Description which you will need to download and review the criteria before submitting your on-line application. All documents are to be attached either as a PDF or Microsoft Office Word document. Applications not addressing the Essential and Desirable Selection Criteria may not be considered. Intending applicants are advised to read Council™s Recruitment Information Package which can be found at www.wsc.nsw.gov.au (Careers Council), before submitting their on-line application. Please note The online process allows for three (3) items to be uploaded i.e. Resume, Covering Letter and your statement addressing the Selection Criteria. For a confidential discussion or to obtain further information please contact Council™s Coordinator Human Resources, Mr Bailden Pepperall on (02) 4868 0766. Only candidates with the right to work in Australia will be considered for the position. Closing date for applications is Sunday 17 March 2019

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor

    HR Advisor Scientific Games is a leading innovator in the regulated gaming and global lottery industries with 9000+ employees worldwide. We specialise in the development, production and distribution of fun and exciting products such as Instant Scratchies, Slot Machines, and Electronic Table Games including Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat. Join an awesome team with facilities such as on-site car park, games room with ping pong tables, consoles, pinball arcade machines, and a great social club. We are currently seeking an HR Advisor to join our HR Facilities team based in our Silverwater Office. The position is a full time permanent position. The person in this role will be responsible for performing general human resource duties including employment activities, resume screening, interviewing, evaluating and hiring candidates, and performance management. Duties Recruitment, Selection and Induction for all new employees Provide accurate and professional advice to both staff and Management in the application of HR Policies and Procedures Responsible for requisition and applicant tracking, employment references, drug screening processes Deal with various HR queries throughout the business Provide training and coaching to line managers in relation to performance management issues Prepare offer letters and ensures appropriate approvals are made Handle termination process exit interview, check-out forms, retrieve property, and system deactivation Coordinate Organisation Quarterly Induction for new employees Assist with preparing documents for visa applications Coordinate yearly performance and salary review processes Keep up to date with developments, legislation and regulations relevant to Human Resources Work collaboratively with HR Team on diverse human resource management projects Support HR Operations Director and team in employee life cycle Other HR administration duties as required Essential Skills Experience Minimum three years™ experience as an HR Advisor, with a preferred emphasis on staffing and employee relations Bachelor™s degree or equivalent experience Excellent oral and written communication skills Through knowledge of gap analysis of skills against in house requirements Ability to work across business unit lines to build effective working relationships with all levels Strong working knowledge of federal and state laws regarding employment practices Ability to balance multiple priorities, work under pressure within established time constraints, meet deadlines and objectives, and proactively take a customer service approach to activities Possess a team-oriented approach and the desire to help in other Human Resource areas as required Benefits Competitive salary and incentives Free Onsite Parking Strong focus on WorkLife balance How to Apply If you believe you would excel in this role please send an application letter addressing the positions key requirements, along with a copy of your CV. Australian residents citizens only need apply No Recruitment Agencies Please To apply click Apply Now, or visit our website at www.scientificgames.comcareers The application form will include these questions Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    We are currently seeking an experienced and effective HR Business Partner to join our team to support the organisation in meeting its strategic goals through its people and enable the HR function to achieve effective and sustainable practice. In this position you will be responsible for the provision of HR partnering support on a broad range of HR policies, programmes and practices, developing people manager capability and forming strong relationships that offer value-added solutions to people management issues. You will also lead a HR functional area of specialism, actively participate in the annual planning process and be involved in HR projects. This position will be initially offered on a 12 month fixed term employment contact. Reporting to the HR Manager, the successful candidate will have the following responsibilities, among others Provide HR partneringconsulting to meet the needs of the organisation Deliver recommendations and solutions to managers across a full range of HR areas including remuneration benefits, communications, change, employee relations, learning development, WHS, recruitment and resourcing Provide interpretation and counsel to managers and employees in relation to HR policies, programmes and practices Coach and guide managers and business leaders through change, and grow and develop capability Build and maintain your reputation as a credible, trusted advisor and contributor Resolve issues and manage risk through problem solving methodologies, research and the development of solutions Develop and implement new strategies, policies, programmes and practices to meet organisational and management needs Lead a HR functional area or specialism, ensure strategy and standards are maintained in line with organisational expectations, and are continuously improved and Lead andor contribute to relevant HR projects in accordance with agreed budget, scope, quality and time frame. To be considered for this opportunity you must demonstrate your achievement in the following areas (the selection criteria) Possess a bachelor degree in Human Resources or a related area Substantial experience working as a HR Business Partner with HR generalist skills Broad knowledge of employment law, HR policies and best practice Solid consulting, negotiation and facilitation skills Business acumen and commercial thinking, coupled with strong communication and influencing skills Possess a customer and service orientation, with a strong delivery capability Strong relationshipstakeholder management skills Possess a solid understanding of change methodologies with a proven ability to guide leaders and managers through change Possess a continuous improvement mind-set Intermediate to advanced MS Office skills in particular Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint Ideally you will have strong functional expertise in an area of HR such as recruitment, volunteering, learning development, etc and High level project management skills. More information about this opportunity can be viewed in the position description for this role on our website httpwww.guidedogs.com.aujobs When applying for this position, please address the above criteria in a cover letter and send it with your CV to jobsguidedogs.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    Ad hoc administration duties as required. Develop and execute HR Strategies and activities. Growing and evolving company with endless opportunities....

    location Parramatta, Charles St, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


  • Graduate Consultant

    You will be excited by the prospect of working across a range of exciting local and international brands in the consumer, corporate, B2B, technology, and social...

    location Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    Ad hoc administration duties as required. Develop and execute HR Strategies and activities. Growing and evolving company with endless opportunities....

    location Parramatta, Charles St, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


  • Talent Acquisition Partner

    We™re SmileDirectClub, and we believe everyone deserves a smile they™ll love. We also believe that you deserve a job you™ll love. Good thing you found us, and we found you. At SmileDirectClub, we™re all about empowering transformation. We want people to become more confident in how they look, how they feel, and how they think. So we™re spreading smiles and positivity all over the country. It™s no small task. That™s why we™re looking for energetic, passionate, and confident team members who can help turn frowns into life-changing grins. Are you up for it? We are looking for a Talent Acquisition Partner to proactively source, screen and lead the hiring of new talent into our Field positions. The Talent Acquisition Partner will be responsible for meeting aggressive hiring goals for our expanding team in Australia.¯You will serve as a crucial part of the International expansion team, and ensure our teams have adequate team member count to support our growing customer base. You will work with other team members to understand existing SmileShop needs, conduct phone and video interviews, schedule onsite interviews for Hiring Managers, and manage the recruitment and on-boarding process full-cycle. Responsibilities Determine hiring needs and work to source candidates through advertising, referrals and ongoing job postings Partner with District Managers and Regional Vice Presidents to ensure an adequate pipeline of applicants to fill all current positions Collaborate with management to identify immediate needs, advise on recruiting strategies and build a pool of candidates Interview and serve as the first point of contact with the candidate throughout the process Schedule and manage the entire interview process from start to finish, per the candidate and Hiring Manager™s availability Present candidate information and prescreening documents to the hiring manager for consideration Use ATS to manage job postings and candidate process Keep current on recruiting market trends Keep updated records throughout the candidate process and document as needed Attend team meetings and managereport job updates to reflects the week™s progression Initiate the on-boarding process, including background checks, offer letters and paperwork, etc. Coordinate with the Education Team to initiate travel profiles for training at HQ Conduct job fairs in the market, as needed It will really make us smile if you have¦ Bachelors degree required Minimum of 2 years of recruitment experience Experienced recruiter with tremendous business partnering skills and an innovative spirit capable of delivering amazing results in changing and fast-moving environments Proven track record of hiring best in class talent Specialist in sourcing, recruiting and identifying candidates for key professional positions Experienced interviewer with an ability to assess talent Must possess strong talent acquisition and business acumen, able to quickly learn the business and make talent decisions Experience building recruiting strategies and plans to identify and execute against future talent needs, including reporting and metrics Able to comfortably move between strategic issues and day-to-day operations Strong judgment and decision-making skills Excellent communications (written and oral) and interpersonal skills. Able to communicate well with all levels from entry level team members to executive management. High level of integrity and dependability with a strong sense of urgency and results-orientation Strong attention to detail and processes Embraces company direction and culture Engage and inspire High energy with a strong sense of urgency Above average communication and organizational skills Ability to see the recruiting process through from start to finish Value and build collaborative relationships with Hiring Managers and other colleagues involved in SmileShop buildout Reflects thoughtful decision making and judgment throughout the candidate selection process Well-organized, detail-oriented and able to handle a fast-paced work environment Passionate about people and building a great team SmileDirectClub was founded on a simple belief everyone deserves a smile they love. The Company is the first digital brand for straightening your smile, created after the realization that recent trends in 3D printing and telehealth could bring about a disruptive change to the invisible aligner market by matching licensed professionals, a quality clear-aligner product, and customers together. By leveraging proprietary, cutting-edge technology, SmileDirectClub, LLC-affiliated dentists are providing greater access of care to consumers who couldn™t otherwise afford orthodontic treatment to get a better smile. Who We Are httpsvimeo.com284966502 httpssmiledirectclub.com 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 of in house recruitment experience do you have?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Position description

    Consistent, current and relevant. Knowledge with the Digital Product Team to stay current on members™ digital needs....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Consultant

    You will have tertiary qualifications (in HR or business related discipline) and a minimum of 8-10 years™ experience in HR in both a generalist and project...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Media & Communications Officer

    Candidates must have a tertiary qualification in media, communications or marketing OR equivalent work experience, and at least two years™ work experience in a...

    location Sydney St, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant

    We aim to offer people solutions to our clients and currently in our growth phase to take our brand to the next level. 1 year (Preferred)....

    location Parramatta, Charles St, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


  • Director, Business Development (AUS & NZ)

    Director, Business Development (AUS NZ) Company Description Allegis Global Solutions is founded on a culture that is passionate about transforming the way the world acquires talent by delivering client-focused solutions that make a difference for businesses worldwide. From refining how you manage your contingent workforce to strengthening your employer brand to recruit top talent, our integrated talent solutions drive the business results you need. As an industry leader, we draw upon decades of experience to design innovative tools, products and processes. We develop competitive practices that position organizations for growth and we deliver the insight needed to succeed in today™s global marketplace. Job Description Sydney or Melbourne Based enterprise sales role Strong support provided in lead generation, marketing and bid management Represent an award winning global brand with a great reputation for quality Allegis Global Solutions is a global leader in Outsourced Recruitment Solutions servicing clients in over 60 countries. We are founded on a culture that is passionate about transforming the way the world acquires talent by delivering client-focused solutions that make a difference for businesses worldwide. We are seeking a strategic sales individual with experience of selling enterprise staffing solutions for our Director of Business Development (AUS NZ) role based in Sydney or Melbourne. RPO services are experiencing high levels of growth in the Australian market and this role will help us play a dominant role and drive the share. The Director of Business Development is a high-level Hunter sales role which requires a consultative solutions sales approach that will secure new business for AGS APAC RPO services. This person will play a key role in securing new business both in Enterprise and project-based services. RPO, MSP, VMS, or staffing Human Capital related Business development experience preferred. Responsibilities Develop high level relationships with client decision makers at the Director, Vice President C-suite levels other senior executives while concurrently establishing a web of influence at the tacticaloperational levels of an organization Demonstrate strong ability to manage multiple sales opportunities simultaneously within the region Maintain a high level of daily activity associated with executing the full life-cycle sales process. This includes collaborating with executive leadership to develop systematic sales plans, enterprise wide strategies and defined processes for achieving desired business objectives. Work closely with our Lead generation team, Marketing team and other Allegis Group companies to identify and develop new RPO opportunities Develop a robust pipeline and drive market share by securing new business opportunities. Additionally, you will work closely with the North America and EMEA teams to generate and expand global business opportunities. You will design, build and deliver client-focused presentations play the lead role in closing opportunities in a consultative fashion. In addition to prospect management and orchestrating the key activities and people throughout the sales process, you will drive the proposal and RFx response process with strong support from a very proactive and robust bid management team. Monitor the market and provide intelligence, research trends and best practices, and contribute towards AGS thought leadership. Collaborate with the head of APAC marketing to plan events, conferences, sales collateral and social media to promote the AGS brand and expand our client base. Qualifications Experience RPO, MSP, VMS, or staffing Human Capital related Business development experience highly preferred. A proven sales driver with consultative sales approach having track record particularly working with higher level decision makers selling large and small deals across the region Strong organizational, analytical, and problem-solving abilities. Demonstrate the ability to identify customers needs and to deliver, decline, or adjust expectations. Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills with a collaborative style. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a global and growing organisation that has won multiple awards for our breadth and quality of service, where you will be exposed to best practices and presented with numerous long-term career opportunities. Additional Information As a workplace, we focus on relationships “ with each other, our clients and our candidates - in fact serving others is one of our core values. We support open communication and recognize that giving constructive criticism can be even harder than receiving it. We appreciate the fearless and the passionate, who force us to be better. Everything we do sits on a pillar of diversity - diverse perspectives, backgrounds and ideas drive innovation and make us successful. See what it™s like to work at AGS by searching LifeAtAGS on any social network. allegisglobalsolutions.com

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Health & Safety Specialist

    Health Safety Specialist A safe pair of hands From the grandest of ideas to the smallest of details, every day were turning our passion into performance and improving life through good design. Here at Fisher Paykel were passionate about our customers and we care about the details. Its this passion that inspires us towards reaching our goal - to become the most human-centred appliance brand in the world. Safety is everybodys business and our primary aim is to keep people safe from harm. This includes everyone who works with us and anyone who may be affected by our activities. Driving a culture where everyone has an innate sense of their responsibility takes a great deal of skill. We need someone with a consultative and advisory approach with the influencing skills to win the hearts and minds of people. Safe pair of hands If its safety, you know about it. Your knowledge of legislation and best practice is second to none. Youve got a demonstrable track record in delivering successful initiatives and programmes which have had real measureable outputs. This will be challenging and abounds with opportunity. Reporting to the Head of HR for Australia, with a dotted line to the Global Health Safety Manager, you will be responsible for the Australian Distributor business and youll need strong technical health and safety knowledge and skills, including leadership, risk management, health and safety culture development, incident and injury management, to mention only a few. You should have a sound understanding and experience in dealing with the hazards and risks associated with complex technological and industrial environments. Youll have an expert knowledge of Australian health, safety and workers compensation legislation and current best practices, particularly in Distribution and experience in developing and conducting internal audits as well as proven influential capability and success with frontline managers, from a national perspective. Youll have proven ability to lead and facilitate incident investigations, preferably utilising (but not limited to) ICAM or similar. You may be from a technical background, but the one thing we are interested in is your commitment to OHS. Youre well networked, proactive and passionate about ensuring people go home safely. Some interstate travel will be required. Youve got a truly safe pair of hands. Dont delay, apply online today. careers.fisherpaykel.com

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Talent acquisition Specialist

    Senior Talent acquisition Specialist Global Financial Services North Shore This role ensures the Australian group appropriately recruits and promotes its employees in order to achieve the organisation™s overall performance goals. Autonomous role to lead the function and to develop your own team. Client Details Global Financial Services Description Be the Group™s subject matter expert for all Resourcing issues including ongoing critical reviews of group policy Enact the Company™s manpower plan and ensure recruitment strategies exist to deliver this plan within budget. Work with necessary stakeholders to achieve the plan Manage the Company™s image as an employer in the external market (EVP), ensuring the attraction of quality candidates Manage a variety of innovative sourcing channels, including but not limited to online, Employee Referral Programs community partnerships Oversee the creation of science driven selection methods for all roles, utilising objective, credible and proven selection tools and liaising with expert vendors where required Ensure new starter information is generated accurately and in a timely manner in conjunction with Shared Services Payroll Support business leaders in effective recruitment, including training and coaching where required Manage and negotiate designated agency relationships, ensuring that agreed service levels are assured and achieved Manage the maintenance of an effective and efficient Recruitment Management System Continually assess all sourcing processes and check points to maintain consistent alignment with compliance policies and organisational values. Support the remuneration review framework by carrying out competitor salary and benefits benchmarking in relation to attracting new hires. Profile Senior Recruiter ready to step up into a talent acquisition Experience in a large complex business is preferable Experience in both strategic and high volume roles Commerical, strong stakeholder management and diverse recruitment experience Job Offer global professional services High performing environment large HR team Recruitment projects To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Adam Oldman on +61 2 8292 2213.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Work onsite as a Sourcing Consultant with new RPO client, Fuji Xerox - Sydney

    Work onsite as a Sourcing Consultant with new RPO client, Fuji Xerox - Sydney About Us At Korn Ferry we are passionate about what we do, the value we bring to our clients and the careers we provide our people. We pride ourselves on high quality execution, encourage a culture of ongoing career development and recognise performance and commitment. As the global industry leader in high-impact recruitment solutions, we offer fully customised, flexible services to help our clients meet their talent and recruitment needs. Our focus on unlocking IP, relationships within the broader Korn Ferry group, the calibre of people and delivering excellence, help us to provide a compelling and competitive proposition. Korn Ferry provides its employees with a truly global opportunity to work with the best clients, as well as the best tools, technologies and expertise in the industry. About the Role Join one great company. Work for another. On the one hand, youll be joining Korn Ferry, a global leader in recruitment process outsourcing. On the other, youll be working onsite with our new RPO client and global brand Fuji Xerox, where you will gain invaluable experience providing innovative solutions and delivering recruitment and have the opportunity to work with some of the latest HR technology available. As a Sourcing Consultant you will primarily support the Solution Leader and Recruiters and deliver top quality talent to our client. You will become an expert, responsible for attracting high quality candidates, utilising bespoke, fit-for-purpose sourcing strategies. This will be driven through a range of methods including advertising channel optimization, pro-active approaches and tapping into portfolio specific networks. You™re not going it alone, you™ll collaborate with your recruitment coordinator colleagues who will support by communicating with candidates for interviews and checks. As a globally established and leading brand, Fuji Xerox is on a journey of transformation as it expands more into digital solutions and services, with a key focus on technology and EVP. This role is therefore a fantastic opportunity from a Talent Acquisition perspective to be part of a team that can truly influence and educate. About You Showcasing your recruitment and talent sourcing experience “ whether it™s from an agency, in-house or another RPO “ you™ll be able to leverage your knowledge and tap into the passive candidate market. In this fast-paced and varied role you™ll utilise your strong organisational skills to stay on-top of deadlines and use your communication skills to keep all your stakeholders informed along the way. Other key success enablers include Previous recruitment experience “ exposure to technology and industrial recruitment would be an advantage, but is not necessary Strong written and verbal communication skills Confidence to work with senior internal and external stakeholders Apply If you are a high performer who is flexible in your approach and interested in building a long-term career with a global talent management company, then we would love to hear from you.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Work onsite as Recruitment Coordinator with new RPO client, Fuji Xerox - Sydney

    Work onsite as Recruitment Coordinator with new RPO client, Fuji Xerox - Sydney About Us At Korn Ferry we are passionate about what we do, the value we bring to our clients and the careers we provide our people. We pride ourselves on high quality execution, encourage a culture of ongoing career development and recognise performance and commitment. As the global industry leader in high-impact recruitment solutions, we offer fully customised, flexible services to help our clients meet their talent and recruitment needs. Our focus on unlocking IP, relationships within the broader Korn Ferry group, the calibre of people and delivering excellence, help us to provide a compelling and competitive proposition. Korn Ferry provides its employees with a truly global opportunity to work with the best clients, as well as the best tools, technologies and expertise in the industry. About the Role Join one great company. Work for another. On the one hand, youll be joining Korn Ferry, a global leader in recruitment process outsourcing. On the other, youll be working onsite with our new RPO client and global brand Fuji Xerox, where you will gain invaluable experience providing support for the recruitment process and the opportunity to work with some of the latest HR technology available. As a Recruitment Coordinator you will form a key part of our onsite team, offering administration and co-ordination support to the team and candidates. You™ll take ownership of this varied and fast-paced role and work closely with our Solution Leader, Recruiters and Associate Recruiter to help coordinate the recruitment process. Customer services is a key part of this role, as you™ll be the first point of contact for our candidates both by email and phone. As a globally established and leading brand, Fuji Xerox is on a journey of transformation as it expands more into digital solutions and services, with a key focus on technology and EVP. This role is therefore a fantastic opportunity from a Talent Acquisition perspective to be part of a team that can truly influence and educate. About You Showcasing your second to none organisational skills and great attention to detail you™ll be able to plan your way through this busy and varied role. You™ll have great communication skills and be able to offer great service to our RPO client and candidates alike. You™ll be comfortable using Microsoft office including word and excel, emails and be comfortable working across different computer systems. Apply If you™re motivated by this opportunity, we would love to hear from you.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Work onsite as Solution Leader with new RPO client, Fuji Xerox - Sydney

    Work onsite as Solution Leader with new RPO client, Fuji Xerox - Sydney About Us At Korn Ferry we are passionate about what we do, the value we bring to our clients and the careers we provide our people. We pride ourselves on high quality execution, encourage a culture of ongoing career development and recognise performance and commitment. As the global industry leader in high-impact recruitment solutions, we offer fully customised, flexible services to help our clients meet their talent and recruitment needs. Our focus on unlocking IP, relationships within the broader Korn Ferry group, the calibre of people and delivering excellence, help us to provide a compelling and competitive proposition. Korn Ferry provides its employees with a truly global opportunity to work with the best clients, as well as the best tools, technologies and expertise in the industry. About the Role Located in Macquarie Park, North Ryde, this is a great opportunity for an experienced recruitment leader to span operations, strategy and innovation. Based on-site, your expertise in providing innovative solutions and delivering best practice recruitment will truly come to the fore. You will provide leadership to the newly established team, and partner closely with our key stakeholders and broader client leadership group. Core focus areas are people and solution leadership, senior stakeholder engagement, optimising recent innovations, and leading continuous improvement projects. As a globally established and leading brand, Fuji Xerox is on a journey of transformation as it focuses on expanding into digital solutions and services, with a key focus on technology and EVP. In this role, you would be integral in providing a strategic voice throughout this journey, educating and influencing along the way. Active participation in strategic planning and leadership sessions will be par for the course, as you build an understanding of the business, its environment and its changing talent requirements. About You Recruitment leadership is your expertise, ideally gained within an RPO or In-house team. This role will suit a collaborative and coaching leadership style, where you motivate and lead the way. You will be accomplished in building positive relationships with and partnering with senior stakeholders. It™s also important that you understand the big picture and know intimately how to operationalise the vision. You will be able to prioritise your time to flex between managing structured projects and responding to day to day items. This role offers the ability to lead and innovate in an environment with a strong appetite to elevate the importance and effectiveness of talent acquisition. Apply If you™re motivated by this opportunity, we would love to hear from you.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Talent Acquisition Partner

    Talent Acquisition Partner Fantastic Salary Package Immediate Start - 6 Month Contract As a Talent Acquisition Specialist you will take charge of building and implimenting creative and efficient ways to attract and recruit internal talent, while partnering with the greater HR team and focusing on stakeholder management and engagement. Client Details Our client is an internationally recognised brand that has grown substantially this year, they are known to provider fantastic service and consistency to customers and clients. Description The key responsibilities will include Sourcing talent through various channels, including but not limited to Linkedin Recruiter and Seek Talent. Create a strong pipeline of talent, pro-actively sourcing for vacancies in the organisation. Support the candidates from the beginning of the recruitment process until on boarding is complete. Liaise with senior stakeholders to determine the businesses requirements and vacancies. Partnering with Hiring Managers to craft detailed job briefs and candidate specs Once the suitable candidates are found, coordinate contract signing and other on boarding checks. Strategies and implement new recruiting frameworks to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the recruitment process as a whole. Work with the greater HR team on policy and strategic projects Profile A successful candidate will Be highly organised and have experience in working to tight deadlines without compromising on quality, preferably with experience in high volume recruitment. Have a proven track record of successful process management A natural problem solver, always striving to find the best solution and naturally thrive on a challenge. Have a positive attitude and flexible approach to work ensures that you are able to meet targets in an ever changing environment. Have a highly developed customer service aptitude, great attention to detail and an ability to effectively manage multiple tasks. Tech savy and able to run systems and social media searches successfully. 3-5 years™ experience in a similar role, Passionate and experienced in targeting, sourcing and hiring the best people. Job Offer Fantastic Salary Package January Start Temp - Perm

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Seeking onsite Recruiters to work alongside new RPO client, Fuji Xerox - Sydney

    Seeking onsite Recruiters to work alongside new RPO client, Fuji Xerox - Sydney About Us At Korn Ferry we are passionate about what we do, the value we bring to our clients and the careers we provide our people. We pride ourselves on high quality execution, encourage a culture of ongoing career development and recognise performance and commitment. As the global industry leader in high-impact recruitment solutions, we offer fully customised, flexible services to help our clients meet their talent and recruitment needs. Our focus on unlocking IP, relationships within the broader Korn Ferry group, the calibre of people and delivering excellence, help us to provide a compelling and competitive proposition. Korn Ferry provides its employees with a truly global opportunity to work with the best clients, as well as the best tools, technologies and expertise in the industry. About the Role Join one great company. Work for another. On the one hand, youll be joining Korn Ferry, a global leader in recruitment process outsourcing. On the other, youll be working onsite with one of our new RPO client and global brand Fuji Xerox, where you will gain invaluable experience providing innovative solutions and delivering recruitment. We have vacancies for this position that vary in seniority and portfolio. Located in Macquarie Park, North Ryde, our onsite Recruiters will cover Professional and Permanent, light industrial volume hiring, and will support the Contingent program for the client. You will take ownership of the recruitment needs for your business area, setting the strategic recruitment direction in conjunction with hiring managers and HR. You™re not going it alone, you™ll collaborate with your sourcing specialist colleagues to identify and screen top talent before presenting these candidates to the business. Our recruitment coordinators will support by communicating with candidates for interviews and checks, freeing you up to build strong relationships with the business and add value through projects and other. As a globally established and leading brand, Fuji Xerox is on a journey of transformation as it expands more into digital solutions and services, with a key focus on technology and EVP. This role is therefore a fantastic opportunity from a Talent Acquisition perspective to engage with your stakeholders, influence and educate. Experience With a demonstrated background in sourcing and recruitment, youll create an immediate impact with your hiring managers, take accountability and understand that stakeholder engagement is the key to a successful recruitment solution. You will demonstrate strong capability in managing stakeholders, taking initiative and lateral thinking. Your strong consultative nature will have you shine in this role. Resilience and the ability to deal with ambiguity will enhance the opportunity to forge strong relationships. Apply If you are a high performer who is flexible in your approach and interested in building a long-term career with a global talent management firm, then we would love to hear from you.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Recruitment Consultant | Architecture & Interior Design

    Senior Recruitment Consultant Architecture Interior Design Company A highly successful independent award-winning boutique Construction, Property, and Engineering recruitment consultancy. Established over 15 years ago operating from multi-site offices. 2018 gave them their best financial year to date allowing continued growth for 2019 with additional headcount across their divisions The role 360 Recruitment Consultant - establish and develop your desk focusing on TempFreelance Architecture Interior Design across NSW Continued investment plus additional head-count to the team will allow further career development offering clear career progression to Team Leadership as the division continues to expand in their Sydney office Who they want to hire Ideally a minimum 2 years recruitment experience with a solid track record of achievement in the NSW market This exciting role will suit a highly successful senior recruiter with a demonstrable track record in TempFreelance recruitment who is looking to develop and progress into a team leader On offer 70k-90k base (neg.) - Fantastic commission - uncapped (paid monthly) - Fully expensed iPhone - Friday early finish with afternoon drinks at your desk - Gym membership - Friendly office environment - Regular team social events To discuss this new position as well as other exciting opportunities we are currently recruiting for, please contact Matthew Wilson confidentially on 0478522150 or email matthewprestonjames.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant | Retail & FMCG

    Recruitment Consultant Retail FMCG Client Boutique, well established and highly profitable recruitment consultancy with a fantastic brand and reputation in both NSW Victoria and synonymous for Head of Recruitment. They specialise across Retail Fashion placing candidates at all levels in to Permanent Interim roles Position 360 Recruitment Consultant working with Head office roles with established PSAs with leading local international clients. They require an experienced recruiter with the ability to maintain existing relationships whilst also developing new business. This offers a genuine opportunity to progress to a leadership level role. Specialisms FMCG Homewear Fashion Design Beauty Roles Operations-CEO Sales Marketing Design Quality Assurance Buyers Planners Requirement You™ll be an experienced senior level recruitment consultant Open on sector experience Must be highly articulate professional with strong focus on appearance A high desire for sales, mixed with the ability to build professional relationships at all levels An ability to work autonomously as well as in a team - very collaborative culture On Offer 65k-80k base (neg.)+ Super - Uncapped Comms - OTE 130K++ - Mobile - Incentives Rewards - weekends away, , Vouchers, etc¦ - Weekly team lunches, quarterly drinks out and regular events and social activities - Fantastic work-life balance To discuss this new position as well as other exciting opportunities we are currently recruiting for, please contact Matthew Wilson confidentially on 0478522150 or email matthewprestonjames.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Talent Acquisition Consultant

    Talent Acquisition Consultant Are you an expert recruiter in the tech space? Do you want to make the move, join an RPO and work client side? Recruiting across the full tech suite, you will need strong proactive sourcing skills and really enjoy recruiting niche and unique technical roles. In this role will be recruiting contingent ITT specialists within the Defence and Federal sectors. Your current experience may be from Agency, Internal or another RPO, ideally as a contractingcontingent specialist, either way as long as you can hold your own in the ITT services space, love a fast paced environment and have strong communication and customer service skills then this role could be a great next step in your career. What you™ll be doing? Partnering with a progressive company in the high growth tech space Delivering a responsive and consultative approach to managing the recruitment needs and experiences of Hiring Managers and Candidates Directly sourcing and proactively engaging passive talent through a formal talent sourcing approach utilising the most innovative and current sourcing tools to identify and attract the best talent Working within a collaborative and supportive team of ITT recruitment experience Who you are An experienced Recruiter, Talent Acquisition Specialist or Candidate Manager looking for an opportunity to build on your experience, further your career in recruitment and join a new onsite solution The Tech space is your sweet spot and you have IT Tech recruitment expertise from an Agency, Internal or RPO environment Customer driven and passionate about providing a high level of service to ensure a brilliant Candidate and Hiring Manager experience. Exceptional stakeholder engagement strong communications are your strength Adaptable, you work well with change and thrive in a fast paced environment Process driven, you are all about outcomes and respond well to structure A team player who brings fun to the work place and collaborates to deliver results Current security clearance is desirable Join Hudson RPO Are you ready to take the leap into an exciting new career? When you join Hudson RPO, you™ll be joining a global team of recruitment professionals, working with leading brands and exceptional clients at all levels of business, across a wide range of industries. As an award winning organisation, Hudson RPO is recognized year after year as one of the top recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) providers globally. Now is a great time to join a highly skilled and innovative team where you™ll feel supported and experience personal growth and reward. Please apply or contact Skye Lovell in our Hudson RPO Careers team for more information 0439 167 972. Skye Lovell 0439167972 skye.lovellhudson.com

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Snr Recruitment Consultant, safety recruitment, move into this buoyant sector

    Snr Recruitment Consultant, safety recruitment, move into this buoyant sector The organisation Our client is a specialist with an evolved and highly professional approach to sourcing talent and managing client relations. Focused within a niche and highly lucrative space - HSE, they have built a strong presence nationally. With an enviable, dedicated management team (who bill) they are well regarded by clients and candidates alike - this is truly a market leader. The ideal consultant We are seeking capable, experienced consultants to focus on both the permanent and contract markets within the Health, Safety, Environment and Quality sector. You will need strong experience in commercial recruitment as this sector usually reports to the CEO and thus you will demonstrate you can execute a professional, often retained, recruitment process. A knowledge of high risk environments is an advantage but not entirely necessary, many of the staff have come from marketing, accounting or other fields and enjoy direct relationships with line management, access to their clients CEO, working senior level permanent and interim roles, having a talent pool and what they say is the easiest recruitment they have ever done. And the client offers a higher than market base salary and remuneration structure. You will be looking to join a mature and professional working environment that reflects an understanding of consultative selling. You are an articulate, talented individual who is confident at partnering with clients and candidates for senior level briefs and are looking for a quality, boutique brand. Rewards These roles have a structured career path and there is the potential to move into formal management as the business grows. Reflecting the quality and professionalism of this company and role, a generous salary package up to 100k plus commission structure is offered. These are opportunities to work for a brand you can be proud of. If you are seeking a role with a market leading specialist and would like to join a team of professional, mature and fun, career recruiters who have achieved an unparalleled reputation for delivering an outstanding quality service to their clients and candidates, these are the opportunities for you. Please note, sponsorship will be considered but only to those candidates currently working in the local market. For a confidential discussion on these roles or other opportunities we have please phone Lisa on 0411 182 024 or simply email your CV to jobsmccallnorris.com. McCall Norris offers the largest referral gift in rec2rec, 2,019 in 2019, for any successful referral. Simply call us or visit our website for more details. Lisa Norris 0411182024 www.mccallnorris.com Level 14, 5 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Team Leader, Specialist Medical Recruitment

    Team Leader, Specialist Medical Recruitment Billing leadership role Lead a small team of high billing recruiters Flexible, supportive, friendly culture with a fantastic range of benefits Who are we? Wavelength International is a successful medical recruitment business with 70+ employees and a proud 20-year track record of placing doctors in both locum and permanent roles throughout Australia and beyond. Without our services, many struggling hospitals and remote communities would go without critical clinical staff and we take great pride in the impact of our work. You too could be a huge part of this and make a real difference Your Ideal Role This billing leadership role will manage a small team of dedicated and high performing locum (temporary) and permanent recruiters and supportcompliance staff. The primary emphasis of the role is team leadership and development and the billing component is complimentary to this. You will be responsible for full financial management of the team and their performance and will look for ways to grow and diversify the business. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Recruiter with leadership aspirations to combine their knowledge with a passion for the growth and development of other recruiters. In this role, you will Nurture our high-performance culture and drive business growth Mentor and develop a team of Recruitment Consultants “ this will involve all hiring, performance management, learning and development and coaching conversations Have full financial responsibility meeting team and personal revenue targets and achieving profitability targets Work closely with the General Manager “ Hospital Services to develop and execute a business plan for your team that is aligned to Wavelength™s strategic goals Work with the CFO and General Manager “ Hospital Services to set financial targets ?Who are you? You are a high performing Recruiter with permanent andor locum experience, preferably within the healthcare space. You should have a background in recruiting roles with a high level of compliance and governance. You are able to motivate and inspire your team to achieve great results. It will be highly regarded if you have worked in a Lead or Managerial role previously as you will have strategic and financial responsibility. Why Should You Apply? At Wavelength, we truly invest in our employees and encourage having a healthy worklife balance. You will enjoy the casual dress code, flexibility, free breakfast daily, the opportunity to work from home, and a whole raft of other fun perks. We provide a supportive environment and offer training so that you can go the extra mile in your role. We™re proud of having happy, engaged staff, and this has been reflected by us placing 9th in BRW Best Places to Work in Asia. Interested? Please apply below or via our website www.wavies.com.au or for a confidential discussion contact Aaron Fischer +61 2 8353 9084 afischerwave.com.au Wed love to hear from you. Take a look at www.wavies.com.au to get an insight on what it™s like to be part of our team.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Learning and Development Lead

    Learning and Development Lead National Franchise brand North Shore Due to rapid growth our client are seeking a new Head of training to ensure their front and back office staff can accelerate their ambitious business goals. this also manages a large team of high performing trainers. Client Details National Franchise brand Description Develop the training program across the entire company for franchisees, clinic management and therapists Responsible for managing and supporting the training team Develop content for training across all four (and future) categories sold Manage external suppliers and contractors who provide training across the network Develop a technology roadmap with IT to deliver future training in a quicker and more effective way Determine the training needs of both the new franchisees and the existing franchisees Recommends the platform in which to best deliver training moving forward Along with your team, develop updated training materials for each area of the business Head of Training role is cross-functional. This position requires close collaboration with the field operations team, HR, and network growth Prepare reports for the COO and business using business metrics and KPIs Profile Experience in a growing franchise business is highly admirable Experience managing a team of trainers essential Experience working closely with external vendors Experience in the healthcare industry is highly admirable Job Offer Growing renowned brand High performing team Unique business offering taking the business into new markets To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Adam Oldman on +61 2 8292 2213.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant | Sydney CBD

    Recruitment Consultant Sydney CBD What does the role involve? The focus of the role will be the recruitment of mid-to-senior level staff within the Life Sciences sector. You will be assigned a specific functional area in which you will receive training and be expected to become a highly regarded specialist and market expert. You will be responsible for finding and selecting suitable candidates for your vacancies using a variety of candidate generation techniques such as advertising, database searching, social professional networking, referrals and head-hunting. You will help prepare candidates and clients for interviews and will manage subsequent job offers to ensure desirable outcomes for all parties. You will be involved in the negotiation of contracts and business terms with both clients and candidates. What™s in it for you? You will receive market leading in house training A career path that allows for growth from trainee “ Associate Director within a timeline of 5 years Our Sydney office is in a prime location which allows for a fantastic social scene You will be working alongside the Associate Director and colleagues of a similar mindset allowing for a great work culture and increased motivation for success The Package and Perks Excellent basic salary and competitive commission structure Quarterly lunch clubs and incentives Company all expenses paid holidays - our top performers in 2018 were rewarded with an all expenses paid trip to Tokyo Working alongside and networking with global clients and candidates Monthly early finishes and late starts Beer fridge, Friday beers and regular team nights out Access to a range of corporate sports challenges and team sports - were charity supporters for the annual City2Surf event Requirements 1 year experience working within Sales (preferred) or Recruitment (not essential) Bachelors Degree (Preferred) ayaxleyi-pharmconsulting.com 02 8310 5841 i-Pharm Consulting 70 Phillip Street Sydney NSW 2000, Australia +61 (0)2 8310 5840 www.i-pharmconsulting.com The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years of agency recruitment experience do you have? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years of B2B sales experience do you have?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Assistant

    HR Assistant About Us McCabe Curwood is a leading Australian law firm with a reputation for providing high quality, timely services. Balanced with a strong internal emphasis on culture and values, we combine innovation with commercial savviness to deliver rewarding outcomes to all our clients. The Opportunity We are looking for a HR Assistant to join our busy team on a part-time basis. Reporting to the Head of HR, your primary role will be to provide essential administrative support across a variety of HR functions and activities including Preparing HR documentation such as letters of offer, contract variations and probation letters Maintaining the firm™s HRIS and ensuring employee files and records are accurate and up to date Supporting the recruitment process and undertaking pre-employment checks for all candidates Preparing induction and onboarding material for new starters, including our graduate program Assisting with annual activities such as renewal of practising certificate and appraisal process Assisting with payroll duties as required Preparing materials and maintaining attendance records for internal training sessions Monitoring the HR inbox and providing first line of support for basic HR queries Managing HRIS enquiries and trouble-shooting issues and Providing support with ad-hoc HR projects. This is an excellent opportunity to be part of a growing team where you will gain invaluable experience in multiple HR functions and being the first point of contact for general HR queries you will constantly be problem solving and building on your knowledge and skills with the support of our experienced HR team. We are open to the role being flexible, however the position initially will be up to three days per week. Skills and Experience 1 “ 2 years™ experience working in a similar role preferably within the professional services environment Experience using databases and working across multiple systems Intermediate Microsoft Office skills Good judgement and the ability to identify when to escalate problems for the input and advice of other team members Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines Comfortable working independently Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times A proactive and positive approach to your work Excellent communication and interpersonal skills High attention to detail and Strong organisation skills and the ability to prioritise work. We see this role suiting someone who is currently studying HR or a related discipline and is available for an immediate start. If you are passionate about your career in HR, this is a great opportunity to work within a friendly and supportive team and learn from experienced HR professionals. What We Offer At McCabe Curwood we provide a collaborative, open and friendly working environment where you can achieve the best in your personal and professional development. We are small enough to give you the personal attention and career development to help you reach your full potential yet large enough to provide the challenge of diverse, high-quality work and clients. Other benefits include above market salary, health wellbeing initiatives, flexible work practices and many sporting and social activities. How to Apply If you are interested in the role, please click the ˜Apply™ button or contact Katie Ogle on 02 9265 3220 for more information. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Katie Ogle +61 2 9265 3220 katie.oglemccabecurwood.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Work Health and Safety Consultant

    Work Health and Safety Consultant There are so many great reasons to join the StateCover team. Apart from the highly competitive remuneration package, you can also look forward to working in an organisation that invests more time and energy in its people. Plus youll have around you a friendly, collaborative and supportive team of professionals. But dont just take it from us. Heres some comments from our recent employee experience survey œGreat place to work, surrounded by talented people who work hard and know what they are doing. œThere is encouragement and promotion of work life balance and this assists in ensuring that the team continues to give their best without it affecting their personal lives. Responsibilities We are seeking an experienced Work Health Safety Consultant to assist with providing WHS advice and assistance to our members. Working as part of our Workplace Risk Services team, you will support our Members by conducting WHS management system and site audits providing expert technical advice developing and delivering WHS workshops and training developing high quality guides and resource materials What you need to succeed The successful candidate will have tertiary qualifications in WHS a minimum of three years WHS OHS experience thorough working knowledge of WHS, including WHS legislation and the practical implementation of effective WHS systems excellent written communication skills a highly professional, client-focussed approach well-developed organisational and time management skills the ability to work independently, as well as in a team environment willingness to travel regionally within NSW If you want to join a collaborative and supportive team that is dedicated to achieving the best outcomes for our Members, we would like to hear from you. To apply, you must have the legal right to work in Australia. We will, of course, treat your application with the strictest confidence. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Previous applicants need not apply. No Agencies please. Are you ready to make your best career move ever? Great Simply click Apply, below. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Recruitment Team Leader

    Recruitment Team Leader Readygrad is part of Gradability, Australia™s largest graduate employability specialist. Over the past fourteen years, we have changed the lives of more than 20,000 international and domestic graduates and revolutionised the employment landscape, through education, work placements and industry connections. Our culture Our principles are our foundation and we put team and customers at the heart of what we do and how we do it. This means committing to doing what it takes to achieve the right outcomes, challenging the status quo, taking ownership and action, not being afraid to fall over and learn from mistakes, being a team player and celebrating success. Our growing team celebrates diversity and includes many different nationalities. About the role This is a role for a leader with energy, enthusiasm and a love of operating in an autonomous and fast paced environment. You will lead a team of six Placement Consultants, who place students in Work Integrated Learning programs. Other responsibilities include Developing and embedding processes Meeting agreed targets and KPI™S Working with the Corporate Partnerships Team, you will track and deliver student placements on time Driving continuous improvement You will also be required to personally place a number of graduates each month. Why you want this role You can make it your own. You may be new to leadership or an experienced leader and are looking for a chance to make a real mark The big stuff - this role genuinely allows you to change graduates lives for the better Your career - we™re a growing business and there are real opportunities to build a career We know how to have fun. So, what experience and skills are we looking for? You have preferably been a placements, recruitment or internship team leader within a fast paced recruitment environment Leadership experience, where you have coached a team to improve performance and been accountable for recruitment and selection, appraisals and development plans A drive for results and a track record of meeting targets Ability to analyse and understand data and draw out insights Experience in capacity planning and forecasting A strategic and commercial approach Previous experience using a CRM or ATS. Your approach and who you really are You thrive on a bit of chaos, are self motivated and curious You bring our principles to life You™re friendly, open and collaborative You™re a team player and care about others You have exceptional interpersonal and relationship building skills Importantly, you have a sense of humour Perks Have you ever wanted to celebrate Melbourne Cup Day? Well now you can, as our Sydney team all have the day off. Of course there are other perks, but we thought this one might catch your attention. To learn more about Readgrad and our other brands, please visit the below websites. www.readygrad.com.au www.performance.edu.au www.gradability.com.au If this sounds like you, please select apply for this job and include a CV and a cover letter that talks to the ˜Experience and skills™ section of the ad. Gradability is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application. We are committed to creating an inclusive workplace. 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 much notice are you required to give your current employer? How many years of people management experience do you have? Do you have experience working towards targets and KPIs?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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