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  • HR Systems Implementation & Delivery Consultant (Open)

    Alight Solutions is looking for passionate HR people who thrive when finding ways to improve the employee experience with technology. Your years of working in HR teams is your greatest asset “ you know the challenges people leaders and employees face and can see how better tools, processes and data can play a key role in attracting, developing and retaining talent. If you are a tech savvy HR person, with experience as an HRIS user or system administrator then you™re a great fit for our team. Experience in any or all HR functions (LD, Recruitment, Generalist) coupled with strong consulting experience is what we are looking for. You do not need to be certified in an HRIS as we will provide certification training we are however looking for HR people who have the technical ability and interest to build on their HR skills to guide our clients through implementing and optimising their HR cloud system. Skills and Knowledge Experience as an HR Consultant or Business Partner in one or more HR functions, eg recruitment, onboarding, learning, compensation, performance manager etc. Tech Savvy “ in particular, been an active user of an HRIS or even been an HRIS system administrator (Cornerstone experience advantageous but not required) Proven stakeholder management skills, working with diverse people, adapting your style and guiding stakeholders to adopt your recommendations Strong consulting skills with the ability to understand business requirements and develop recommendations to deliver results to clients Interest and ability to become certified in the Cornerstone suite and grow into a product expert Coaching and training experience to help your customers to build their knowledge and skills to manage their own solutions Be a strong team player, working amongst a multi facet team, collaborating remotely and building relationships with a diverse team If you are an HR person interested in moving into an HRIS ConsultingImplementation role, this is the perfect opportunity. 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 Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • People and Culture Coordinator

    People and Culture Coordinator The organisation At Gowrie Victoria we are passionate about championing good early childhood education and care. We operate four long day care centres, including kindergartens, where we demonstrate excellent practice in early childhood education. We also have an Adult Learning team dedicated to delivering accredited training and professional development programs designed to build the capability of people working with young children and families. With plans to grow over the next few years, we are adding this role to expand the capacity of our People Culture team. The role This is a true generalist HR role. You will support people leaders and their teams through a range of activities including Maintaining HRIS and employee records Coordinate and support recruitment and on-boarding Prepare reports to support people leaders in meeting their compliance obligations, and monitor key people metrics Support the work of our Health and Safety Reps in continuing to improve workplace safety and wellbeing Contribute to the PC team through research, reviewing and writing policies and procedures, reviewing internal processes and identifying opportunities to improve Provide basic advice to employees and people leaders on employment terms and conditions and payroll matters Support fortnightly payrun as required About You You will ideally have, or are working towards, a tertiary level qualification in human resources You are naturally well organised with good attention to detail and the ability to work with multiple deadlines and demands in a busy environment You are willing to roll your sleeves up and apply yourself to the wide range of activities that will be required in this small HR team You are proficient in the use of Microsoft Office suite, ideally with some exposure to HR systems. What™s on offer? Part-time, 24 hours per week, flexible days and hours to suit you and the organisation We offer market competitive remuneration and salary packaging targeted, holistic professional learning 15 days personal leave organisational conferences and social events We recognise and value the importance of creating a supportive environment and strong, healthy relationships We offer coaching and support from our passionate and experienced leaders and executive team. This role is for an initial specified period until the end of 2020, with the opportunity to extend. How to apply Does this sound like you? Please click the Apply button below and provide a one page cover letter and a succinct resume. For a confidential discussion about the position please contact Sue Chamberlain-Ward or Mace Penrose on phone 8624 1000 or email recruitmentgowrievictoria.org.au To be eligible for employment you must have appropriate Australian or New Zealand work rights. Gowrie Victoria is committed to the safeguarding of children and young people. Appointment will be conditional upon a satisfactory Working with Children Check. Find out more about us here www.gowrievictoria.org.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 employment workplace relations? How many years experience do you have as a human resources coordinator?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • People and Culture Advisor

    People and Culture Advisor The organisation At Gowrie Victoria we are passionate about championing good early childhood education and care. We operate four long day care centres, including kindergartens, where we demonstrate excellent practice in early childhood education. We also have an Adult Learning team dedicated to delivering accredited training and professional development programs designed to build the capability of people working with young children and families. With plans to grow over the next few years, we are adding this role to expand the capacity of our People Culture team. The role The People and Culture Advisor delivers high quality advice and support to our people leaders enabling them to effectively manage their people. Working in a close knit, small team you will be expected to partner with our people leaders and their teams on matters covering the employee life cycle “ everything from job design, remuneration, recruitment and on-boarding, learning and development, performance management, employee engagement, employee relations, Work Health and Safety, and workforce and succession planning. Your portfolio will start small and expand as we open new services. Working with an experienced and passionate People and Culture Manager you will also have the opportunity to participate in andor lead projects to improve the effectiveness of our people functions, set the organisation up for the next phase of growth, and support the delivery of our strategy. This is a great opportunity to further develop your consulting and HR generalist skills in this growing organisation. This is a true generalist role with lots of scope to learn and grow. About you To be successful in this role, we expect you will have Tertiary qualifications in human resources or a related field Experience as an HR advisor or similar generalist role. You can provide advice, conduct research, analyse information, create reports and make recommendations across a wide range of HR matters Ability to manage competing demands in a busy environment Ability to develop trusting and professional relationships with people leaders and their teams, and understand the importance of these relationships to achieving our purpose Ability to manage and deliver HR projects from conception to implementation The drive to challenge yourself to get the best outcome for the organisation, our employees, children and their families A good eye for detail and constantly looking for ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of what we do without compromising on service or outcomes Working in an early childhood environment means that you will be around young children most days. We hope that you find joy and fun in sharing your work day with our fascinating and unique young learners. What™s on offer We offer market competitive remuneration and salary packaging flexible working arrangements targeted, holistic professional learning 15 days personal leave organisational conferences and social events We recognise and value the importance of creating a supportive environment and strong, healthy relationships We offer coaching and support from our passionate and experienced leaders and executive team. How to apply Does this sound like you? Please click the Apply button below and provide a one page cover letter and a succinct resume. For a confidential discussion about the position please contact Sue Chamberlain-Ward or Mace Penrose on phone 8624 1000 or email recruitmentgowrievictoria.org.au To be eligible for employment you must have appropriate Australian or New Zealand work rights. Gowrie Victoria is committed to the safeguarding of children and young people. Appointment will be conditional upon a satisfactory Working with Children Check. Find out more about us here www.gowrievictoria.org.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 employment workplace relations? How many years experience do you have as a human resources adviser?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • People and Culture Advisor

    People and Culture Advisor The organisation At Gowrie Victoria we are passionate about championing good early childhood education and care. We operate four long day care centres, including kindergartens, where we demonstrate excellent practice in early childhood education. We also have an Adult Learning team dedicated to delivering accredited training and professional development programs designed to build the capability of people working with young children and families. With plans to grow over the next few years, we are adding this role to expand the capacity of our People Culture team. The role The People and Culture Advisor delivers high quality advice and support to our people leaders enabling them to effectively manage their people. Working in a close knit, small team you will be expected to partner with our people leaders and their teams on matters covering the employee life cycle “ everything from job design, remuneration, recruitment and on-boarding, learning and development, performance management, employee engagement, employee relations, Work Health and Safety, and workforce and succession planning. Your portfolio will start small and expand as we open new services. Working with an experienced and passionate People and Culture Manager you will also have the opportunity to participate in andor lead projects to improve the effectiveness of our people functions, set the organisation up for the next phase of growth, and support the delivery of our strategy. This is a great opportunity to further develop your consulting and HR generalist skills in this growing organisation. This is a true generalist role with lots of scope to learn and grow. About you To be successful in this role, we expect you will have Tertiary qualifications in human resources or a related field Experience as an HR advisor or similar generalist role. You can provide advice, conduct research, analyse information, create reports and make recommendations across a wide range of HR matters Ability to manage competing demands in a busy environment Ability to develop trusting and professional relationships with people leaders and their teams, and understand the importance of these relationships to achieving our purpose Ability to manage and deliver HR projects from conception to implementation The drive to challenge yourself to get the best outcome for the organisation, our employees, children and their families A good eye for detail and constantly looking for ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of what we do without compromising on service or outcomes Working in an early childhood environment means that you will be around young children most days. We hope that you find joy and fun in sharing your work day with our fascinating and unique young learners. What™s on offer We offer market competitive remuneration and salary packaging flexible working arrangements targeted, holistic professional learning 15 days personal leave organisational conferences and social events We recognise and value the importance of creating a supportive environment and strong, healthy relationships We offer coaching and support from our passionate and experienced leaders and executive team. How to apply Does this sound like you? Please click the Apply button below and provide a one page cover letter and a succinct resume. For a confidential discussion about the position please contact Sue Chamberlain-Ward or Mace Penrose on phone 8624 1000 or email recruitmentgowrievictoria.org.au To be eligible for employment you must have appropriate Australian or New Zealand work rights. Gowrie Victoria is committed to the safeguarding of children and young people. Appointment will be conditional upon a satisfactory Working with Children Check. Find out more about us here www.gowrievictoria.org.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 employment workplace relations? How many years experience do you have as a human resources adviser?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner About Adaptalift The Adaptalift Group is Australia™s largest privately owned material handling equipment and software solutions employer. The Group includes Adaptalift Hyster, Adaptalift GSE, Combilift Australia, and Speedshield Technologies and employs over 550 people across multiple locations throughout Australia. The Role We are seeking a dedicated and motivated Human Resources Business Partner for a 10 month maternity leave contract. Commencing in July 2019 you will join a collaborative Human Resources team to partner with the business leaders to drive human resources initiatives, programs and processes in line with the business policies and strategies. Some of the key accountabilities will be partnering with the business and act as an advisor the management team and employees in HR related matters including consulting on ERIR cases, facilitate change and performance management and coordinate key projects such as EBA negotiations. This position is starting in July 2019 and covering maternity leave until April 2020. About You As a senior HR professional you will already hold a qualification and sound experience in managing IR and ER case management and handling a large portfolio of projects. The successful Business Partner will have the following skills and attributes HR Degree or equivalent with years of Senior HR experience Experience within an industrial or similar industry Experience with IR and ER case management Ability to coach managers on HR related issues Strong communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to influence EBA negotiation and management would be preferred but not essential To be considered, please submit your resume and cover letter using the link or button below. Phone enquiries can be made by calling Ayme Leech on 03 9549 8062. Note We will not accept unsolicited CVs from recruitment agenciesthird parties and we will not be liable or responsible for any fees or costs associated with unsolicited CVs sent directly to line managers.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner About Adaptalift The Adaptalift Group is Australia™s largest privately owned material handling equipment and software solutions employer. The Group includes Adaptalift Hyster, Adaptalift GSE, Combilift Australia, and Speedshield Technologies and employs over 550 people across multiple locations throughout Australia. The Role We are seeking a dedicated and motivated Human Resources Business Partner for a 10 month maternity leave contract. Commencing in July 2019 you will join a collaborative Human Resources team to partner with the business leaders to drive human resources initiatives, programs and processes in line with the business policies and strategies. Some of the key accountabilities will be partnering with the business and act as an advisor the management team and employees in HR related matters including consulting on ERIR cases, facilitate change and performance management and coordinate key projects such as EBA negotiations. This position is starting in July 2019 and covering maternity leave until April 2020. About You As a senior HR professional you will already hold a qualification and sound experience in managing IR and ER case management and handling a large portfolio of projects. The successful Business Partner will have the following skills and attributes HR Degree or equivalent with years of Senior HR experience Experience within an industrial or similar industry Experience with IR and ER case management Ability to coach managers on HR related issues Strong communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to influence EBA negotiation and management would be preferred but not essential To be considered, please submit your resume and cover letter using the link or button below. Phone enquiries can be made by calling Ayme Leech on 03 9549 8062. Note We will not accept unsolicited CVs from recruitment agenciesthird parties and we will not be liable or responsible for any fees or costs associated with unsolicited CVs sent directly to line managers.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Manager - Flemington

    HR Manager - Flemington The Role We are seeking a part-time HR Manager for a 12month fixed term contract to support our Flemington production site. This is a fantastic opportunity for dedicated Human Resources Managers to join our dynamic Flemington team. Reporting to the Head of HR “ Supply Chain you will be responsible for providing comprehensive Human Resources partnering across the Site. With a significant focus on building a high performance culture and capability, change management and transformation, you will partner with the business and coach leaders to make strategy change happen. This position is open to part-time applicants (3 days per week or agreed flexible work arrangement). What will you be doing? Partner Site Leadership Teams to define implement targeted HR priorities and initiatives that enable the effective delivery of business objectives. This includes collaborating with business leaders on the future agenda, in particular building a high performance culture, talent, Leadership, Culture, Engagement and Employee Relations advice. Provide advice and guidance to managers on Employee Relations matters, ensuring the management team and all employees are kept up to date on policy issues and employment law risk is effectively managed. Manage site agreements, including supporting site based negotiations with employer representative organisations and participating in the wider Simplot EBA negotiations Act as the primary connection between HR our Business Leaders, being a conduit with the HR COE™s to drive people practices, policies and systems ensuring focus is on ˜best for business™. Identify opportunities for continuous improvement to HR related processes What will you bring? To be successful in this role, you will have a successful track record in an operational HR management position andor industrial relations, ideally gained within the manufacturing or food industry. You will have tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, Law or Industrial Relations. You will have a demonstrated understanding of State and Federal award systems as well as an understanding of andor experience in dealing with various Acts and associated legislation (e.g. Workplace Relations Act). You will bring a collaborative and personal approach when dealing with others along with excellent written and verbal communication skills. About Us Simplot Australia is trusted as one of the leading providers of quality, sustainable food for the ever-changing needs of consumers and customers in Australia and New Zealand and chosen Asia Pacific growth markets. Simplot is family owned by the JR. Simplot Company and has grown to become a multinational agriculture and food business with annual sales of more than US6 billion. Our purpose is to œcontribute to feeding our world, by œbringing earth™s resources to life and we pride ourselves on our Passion for People, our Spirit of Innovation and our Respect for Resources. We have built long term partnerships with Australian farmers and our unique and diverse product portfolio includes vegetable, meals and seafood manufacturing operations that supply chilled, frozen and shelf stable products to Australias major supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, quick service restaurant customers. Our portfolio includes some of Australia™s most trusted and well-known brands including Birds Eye, Edgell, Leggos, John West, Chiko, IJ, Chicken Tonight, Five Brothers and Five Tastes. Benefits and Culture Flexible Working Arrangements Short Term Incentive Benefits for Employees Option to purchase additional Annual Leave A Generous Parental Leave policy for Primary Careers Awards recognising long serving and high achieving employees Offerings including Financial, Novated Leasing and Discounted Products and Services. If this sounds like you, please Apply online today. To be considered for opportunities with Simplot Australia Pty Ltd we require that all applicants have the relevant full working rights for Australia. This position is open to part-time applicants (3 days per week or agreed flexible work arrangement).

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Advisor

    Human Resources Advisor High profile rail project improving Melbourne™s network Work in a collaborative team Act as the main HR contact for project-based staff Metro Trains Melbourne (MTM) is a multi-award winning organisation and we pride ourselves on our team of high performing professionals who are talented, inclusive and safety focused. We are currently seeking a Human Resources Advisor for work on our Level Crossing Removal Portfolio. This large-scale project will benefit train users, pedestrians, cyclists and drivers by improving safety, reducing congestion and enabling more frequent train services. In this role, you will be the main HR contact for projects-based staff and play a pivotal part in building a strong HR partnership with key stakeholders. Accountabilities Support business leaders with training, performance development, succession planningworkforce planning and disciplinary procedures to provide continual improvement of management capability Liaise with HR shared service functions including Remuneration Benefits, Recruitment and Training to ensure a coordinated delivery of HR functions Support the development of Human Resource programs and strategies Maintain a continual relationship with employees and respond to questions as required Ensure all activities comply with relevant Acts, legal demands and ethical standards Desired experience Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or relevant discipline Exceptional organisational and time management skills and demonstrated project management capability High level of effective interpersonal, communicative and negotiation skills Extensive experience, knowledge and understanding of Human Resources issues and policies Why work for Metro? Career development and opportunities to learn new skills Collaborative team of passionate people Free public transport in Victoria This is an excellent opportunity to take the next step in your career and make a tangible impact on Melbourne™s rail infrastructure. If what you™ve read resonates with your values, experience and career aspiration then we want to hear from you Please submit your application by COB Friday, 31 May 2019. Metro Trains is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity. We encourage all interested applicants to apply but please note - only applications with the right to live and work in Australia will be considered for this position.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Advisor

    Human Resources Advisor High profile rail project improving Melbourne™s network Work in a collaborative team Act as the main HR contact for project-based staff Metro Trains Melbourne (MTM) is a multi-award winning organisation and we pride ourselves on our team of high performing professionals who are talented, inclusive and safety focused. We are currently seeking a Human Resources Advisor for work on our Level Crossing Removal Portfolio. This large-scale project will benefit train users, pedestrians, cyclists and drivers by improving safety, reducing congestion and enabling more frequent train services. In this role, you will be the main HR contact for projects-based staff and play a pivotal part in building a strong HR partnership with key stakeholders. Accountabilities Support business leaders with training, performance development, succession planningworkforce planning and disciplinary procedures to provide continual improvement of management capability Liaise with HR shared service functions including Remuneration Benefits, Recruitment and Training to ensure a coordinated delivery of HR functions Support the development of Human Resource programs and strategies Maintain a continual relationship with employees and respond to questions as required Ensure all activities comply with relevant Acts, legal demands and ethical standards Desired experience Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or relevant discipline Exceptional organisational and time management skills and demonstrated project management capability High level of effective interpersonal, communicative and negotiation skills Extensive experience, knowledge and understanding of Human Resources issues and policies Why work for Metro? Career development and opportunities to learn new skills Collaborative team of passionate people Free public transport in Victoria This is an excellent opportunity to take the next step in your career and make a tangible impact on Melbourne™s rail infrastructure. If what you™ve read resonates with your values, experience and career aspiration then we want to hear from you Please submit your application by COB Friday, 31 May 2019. Metro Trains is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity. We encourage all interested applicants to apply but please note - only applications with the right to live and work in Australia will be considered for this position.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner About ECMS ECMS is a large not for profit organisation with 70 sites delivering kindergarten and early learning care through services in Victoria. Our vision is a community where every child has the opportunity to be their best and where every parent, family and community is enriched by the experience of their childs learning. About the role Due to an internal promotion, we are seeking a HR Business Partner to join our People Capability team. Reporting to the Senior HR Business Partner, you will be responsible for providing business-focused, strategic and operational HR advice and services across your client groups. This will include coaching, managing performance and conduct, investigations, disciplinary actions, as well as the opportunity to get involved in a wide variety of projects. You will own and develop your own relationships with your client group and work in close partnership with the broader People Capability team. This ongoing full-time role is based at our Support Services office in Northcote. Travel to other sites across Melbourne will be required. About you Demonstrated experience as a HR Business Partner or Senior HR Advisor having worked in a multi-site and fast paced environment. You enjoy working on complex cases and being a problem solver. You are highly organised and resilient with a demonstrated ability to meet deadlines. You are customer focussed, consultative, and influential. You have strong coaching and mentoring skills with an early intervention focus. You want to work for an organisation that makes a difference to the lives of children. You love working with a close and committed team and being able to add value through your skills, knowledge and experience. Other requirements Current police check Working with Children Check ECMS is a Child Safe organisation and an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications that reflect the diverse communities we serve. Please apply by attaching a cover letter and CV. Contact Sharon Edwards, Senior HR Business Partner on 0499 800 778 to further discuss the position. Applications close by Friday, 21 June 2019. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. www.ecms.org.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Manager

    Human Resources HR Manager Newly created standalone HR Management position to support a growing business. Client Details Australian owned FMCG organisation experiencing rapid growth. Description This is newly created standalone HR Manager Position to support a growing business and leadership team. As HR Manager you will be responsible for overseeing day to day HR OHS operations while delivering HR initiatives in line with further growth and expansion plans. The scope of your role will be focused on creating and developing company policies, employee relations and employee engagement initiatives, training, learning development programmes, while supporting the organisation commercially to achieve growth targets. Profile To be successful in this role, you will be able to demonstrate the following Tertiary Qualifications in HR or a related discipline Proven track record within a Standalone HR leadership capacity Experience working and supporting Senior Management Leadership teams In depth knowledge understanding of ANZ Employment Law Previous experience working within FMCG or Manufacturing environments is preferred Job Offer To request a full job description and discuss this position in more detail please contact Susie Mahony, HR Consultant at Michael Page. To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Susie Mahony on +61 3 8640 3159. Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Strategic Business Partner

    Strategic Business Partner Play a leading role in shaping an exceptional employee experience Join a dynamic, supportive and inclusive team Be part of an organisation that contributes to the community The organisation Based in Melbourne™s CBD fringe, City West Water (CWW) provides world-class clean drinking water and sewerage services to over one million customers and 40,000 businesses in Melbourne™s CBD and the growing western suburbs. We are proud to serve the city that has been awarded world™s most liveable time and time again, and are working hard to support our customers through the challenges of population growth and a changing climate. We are creating an organisation that is as vibrant and diverse as the community we serve, as we recognise that our people are our greatest asset. The opportunity This exciting opportunity will see you partner with business groups to provide strategic advice and support to our leaders and employees. This is an internal consultancy role that focuses on identifying opportunities to support business groups on the delivery of City West Water strategic objectives. The position contributes to client services delivery and utilisation of fit for purpose strategic initiatives and solutions in support of business enhancement. The Strategic BP is an advocate and conduit for strategic human resources development and works directly with the business and the People and Capability team to determine and resolve business issues and employee impacts. What you™ll bring to the role Extensive experience in HR Generalist and partnering roles Significant experience working with complex employee related matters Experience preparing for and participating in FWC matters Demonstrated experience in coaching and supporting managers Contribution to development and implementation of HR Strategic plans Experience in organisational change andor cultural transformation environments Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or equivalent or extensive partnering experience Whilst not essential, experience in mediation and conflict management and an AHRI membership will be highly advantageous. What we offer in return Flexible working arrangements, including Work Life Balance and leave options A focus on wellbeing (health insurance, flu vaccinations, skin checks) Access to an Employee Assistance Program Salary Continuance and Life Insurance Commuter Club-discounted Myki Access to LinkedIn learning. We have an inclusive working environment with employees from a variety of backgrounds. We acknowledge that diversity at City West Water increases the effectiveness of teams and our capacity for innovation. We welcome applications from Indigenous people, workers of all ages, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of the application so we can assist you through the recruitment process. For a position description click here. You can watch our careers video to find out why City West Water is a great place to work. Although applications for this role close at 11.59pm on 21 June 2019, you are encouraged to apply earlier as shortlisting will commence during the application process. Applicants must be eligible to work in Australia and have a satisfactory police check. We exist for our customers and to benefit our community Partner with business groups to provide strategic advice and support to our leaders and employees. Contact details email yoursaycitywestwater.com.au call 131 691 Essential jobs for exceptional people

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • People and Culture Coordinator

    People and Culture Coordinator We are currently seeking a People and Culture Coordinator in our Melbourne office to join our supportive and passionate People and Culture team. Reporting to the GM People and Culture, you will be dedicated to supporting the People and Culture administration needs of the team and employees of the Heart Foundation. Other key areas of accountability include Administration support for the People Culture team Administration of recruitment activity and coordination of the selection and appointment process including organisational induction Preparation of offers of employment and other employee paperwork for approval and acceptance Maintenance of employee and volunteer records and People and Culture systems and databases Supporting the scheduling and coordination of activities such as performance planning and reviews Administration and coordination of recognition and reward programs across the organisation Support the delivery of regular reporting and metrics for the team Administrative support for the volunteer program for VIC, TAS, SA and WA. This is an integral role within the People and Culture team and will include involvement in key PC projects and initiatives including, compliance, wellbeing and employee benefits. To be successful in this role you will need a relevant qualification in HR or similar and previous experience working as a People and Culture Coordinator or Administrator. We are seeking someone with a can-do attitude, who is looking for an opportunity to develop their skills and learn from an experienced People Culture team. You will have excellent organisational and administration skills with a methodical approach and strong attention to detail. We are looking for a collaborative team player with good communication skills and a strong customer focus to support the values and culture of the Heart Foundation. About Us The Heart Foundation is Australias leading heart health charity, committed to helping Australians lead healthier lifestyles and encouraging those most at risk to take better care of their heart health. Our One Heart Strategy (2018-2020) is focused on prevention, care and support, and research, to both prevent heart disease and improve heart health and quality of life for all Australians Purpose. Passion. People. Our staff believe in our purpose, are proud to work at the Heart Foundation and have the opportunity to make a difference every day through challenging and meaningful work. So, come and join our supportive and passionate team and work in a great environment that supports your lifestyle and promotes active living. Please refer to the position description available on our website for further information about the role. To apply To apply, please visit our website www.heartfoundation.org.auabout-uscareers All applications must include a CV and covering letter addressing the essential requirements. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply. Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position. Applications close 18 June 2019

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Administration Coordinator

    HR Administration Coordinator Glen Eira Kindergarten Association (GEKA) Inc Genuine career opportunity within a supportive team environment Grow and develop in HR Coordination and Administration Permanent Part Time Role (4 days per week) Bentleigh East location Glen Eira Kindergarten Association (GEKA) is a not-for-profit, Early Years Manager of ten local kindergartens in the municipality of Glen Eira. Our role is to ensure that the delivery of programs for children are inclusive, reflective of contemporary research and foster a lifelong love of learning. GEKA Vision To be the leading provider of innovative, professional, inclusive Early Years Education that fosters a lifelong love of learning. GEKA Values Respect Authenticity Integrity Community Celebration Position Summary The Human Resources Administration Coordinator is responsible for supporting HR administration at GEKA, and the efficient running of systems and functions. This role supports the timely delivery of all HR processes across the full employee lifecycle, incorporating end-to-end recruitment, learning and development administration and HR generalist support. Responsibilities will also include providing high level HR administrative and business systems support to educators, office staff and the senior leadership team. The HR Administration Coordinator is responsible for supporting staff in areas such as recruitment and onboarding, advertising of positions, creating and maintaining contracts, collection and collating of staff files, compliance checks and employee administration. The HR Administration Coordinator will also be required to undertake HR, administration and system projects where assigned. Key Responsibility areas Coordination of Human Resources and Administrative Functions HR Marketing and Communication Support HR Policies and Procedures Team Culture Reporting Systems and Analytics Key Selection Criteria A qualification in Business Administration (essential) and significant experience in Human Resources Coordination. Experience in the delivery of the Key Responsibility Areas and Performance Indicators listed Supporting Educators, Office Staff and the Senior Leadership Team Experience with process design and implementation Coordination of Human Resources and Administration functions. Systems, Resources and Documents Team Culture Experience with projects including coordinating workflows High attention to detail Experience working in the Not for Profit Sector How to apply for this job Please direct any questions via email to hrgekaoffice.org.au or for a copy of the position description please visit httpsgeka.org.auabout-gekaemployment Please apply through SEEK addressing the Key Selection Criteria with a supporting cover letter and CV. 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)? Do you have experience in an administration role?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Managing Partner, Kilsyth VIC

    A relevant business-related tertiary qualification, but its your passion for customers, your will to win and drive and tenacity that will ensure your success...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Workday Super User - HR Systems Analyst

    Workday Super User - HR Systems Analyst About Laminex Australia We™ve been a part of the iconic Australian design landscape for over 85 years. Only a few short years after Australian™s fell in love with Vegemite, families were spreading their toast in kitchens and on tables made by us. We™ve come a long way. Today, you™ll see Laminex on surfaces everywhere you look - be it hospitals, shopping centres, restaurants or your home. We manufacture and procure a broad range of products for commercial and residential use such as laminate, engineered stone and veneers so that all Australians can live in beautiful, practical spaces. We want that for our people too. We™re re-designing our employee experience, and we™re looking for a Workday Super User to support our team as we dive into this with an ˜all hands on deck™ approach. Your new role Reporting to the Head of HR Solutions, this role sits within a supportive and people-centred team, reporting on people metrics and providing support across to HR and management teams across the business. Your responsibilities will include Developing and producing reports to effectively communicate key information in a meaningful and relevant way to business stakeholders Maintaining integrity of data in HRIS, Kronos, Avature, Workday and Aspire Utilising attention to detail and your natural curiosity to identify and investigate data anomalies, pro-actively rectifying root causes, and continuously improving process and data reliability Support system implementations for acquisitions and integration into the HR and recruitment platforms Support the Workday Systems Manager with group involvement for system upgrades, configuration, process changes, error management and implementation of wishlist features What youll need to succeed Being ˜tech-savvy™ is great, but what™s more important is a team player with the ability to build relationships with internal stakeholders. We™re looking for a self-starter, someone confident working autonomously and managing differing priorities. Along with these traits, you will also have the following skills and experience Formal qualification in HR, business, or a related field (highly regarded) A strong understanding of People Systems Payroll experience (advantageous) Experience with Kronos, Workday, Avature, Aspire and HRIS systems Strong numerical reasoning and attention to detail Intermediate Microsoft Excel skills Join us The value of a company is determined by the quality of its employees. That™s why we are so focused on making this a great place to work. This means ensuring our people go home safe every day in an environment that recognises, fosters and rewards both high performance and high engagement. Oh wait There™s more¦ We™re a part of Fletcher Building, with more than 20,000 people in 40 countries the Fletcher Building family is a global community of people who use all of their experience, skills and individuality to do amazing work. With that, comes a lot of opportunity.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Workday Super User - HR Systems Analyst

    Workday Super User - HR Systems Analyst About Laminex Australia We™ve been a part of the iconic Australian design landscape for over 85 years. Only a few short years after Australian™s fell in love with Vegemite, families were spreading their toast in kitchens and on tables made by us. We™ve come a long way. Today, you™ll see Laminex on surfaces everywhere you look - be it hospitals, shopping centres, restaurants or your home. We manufacture and procure a broad range of products for commercial and residential use such as laminate, engineered stone and veneers so that all Australians can live in beautiful, practical spaces. We want that for our people too. We™re re-designing our employee experience, and we™re looking for a Workday Super User to support our team as we dive into this with an ˜all hands on deck™ approach. Your new role Reporting to the Head of HR Solutions, this role sits within a supportive and people-centred team, reporting on people metrics and providing support across to HR and management teams across the business. Your responsibilities will include Developing and producing reports to effectively communicate key information in a meaningful and relevant way to business stakeholders Maintaining integrity of data in HRIS, Kronos, Avature, Workday and Aspire Utilising attention to detail and your natural curiosity to identify and investigate data anomalies, pro-actively rectifying root causes, and continuously improving process and data reliability Support system implementations for acquisitions and integration into the HR and recruitment platforms Support the Workday Systems Manager with group involvement for system upgrades, configuration, process changes, error management and implementation of wishlist features What youll need to succeed Being ˜tech-savvy™ is great, but what™s more important is a team player with the ability to build relationships with internal stakeholders. We™re looking for a self-starter, someone confident working autonomously and managing differing priorities. Along with these traits, you will also have the following skills and experience Formal qualification in HR, business, or a related field (highly regarded) A strong understanding of People Systems Payroll experience (advantageous) Experience with Kronos, Workday, Avature, Aspire and HRIS systems (highly regarded) Strong numerical reasoning and attention to detail Intermediate Microsoft Excel skills Join us The value of a company is determined by the quality of its employees. That™s why we are so focused on making this a great place to work. This means ensuring our people go home safe every day in an environment that recognises, fosters and rewards both high performance and high engagement. Oh wait There™s more¦ We™re a part of Fletcher Building, with more than 20,000 people in 40 countries the Fletcher Building family is a global community of people who use all of their experience, skills and individuality to do amazing work. With that, comes a lot of opportunity.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • People & Culture Coordinator

    Full-time, or part-time (0.8) fixed term 12 months with view to permanency Animals Australia works tirelessly to protect the most abused and defenceless animals in our society. Our award winning national campaigns and unique investigative work have awakened millions to the suffering of animals in factory farms, the live animal export trade and the greyhound racing industry, while forcing unprecedented industry and government reform. Each victory for animals is underpinned by a strong and proactive supporter base. The Role We are an organisation who truly values our people. Working closely with the People Culture (PC) Manager, the PC Coordinator will help provide exceptional support across the generalist PC function. The PC team are responsible for continually driving people initiatives that enhance this dynamic workplace. Skills Required Knowledgeable “ Your studies andor experience in this type of role mean that you can comfortably interpret and apply relevant legislation. You have an eye for detail and you are thorough, making your work accurate and reliable. You are pragmatic and reasonable, enabling you to adeptly provide advice, apply policy, develop processes and systems, etc that maintain compliance while being reasonable and meet organisational needs. Flexible and adaptable - You™re agile and equally comfortable working independently or collaboratively within a small, diverse and extremely busy team. Your organisation skills will help you keep focused and stay on track, especially when priorities shift. Customer service “ You are able to quickly understand and respond to stakeholder needs. You realise how important this role is in supporting the organisation to achieve the best outcomes for animals. You are proactive and are constantly seeking new ways to improve processes and gain efficiencies. You don™t wait for someone else to solve a problem, as soon as you see an issue you work out a way to overcome it. Computer skills “ You love using technology to streamline your work and make things more efficient and accurate. You™re familiar with HRIS and payroll software, and are confident enough to quickly learn new systems. And then of course, theres your knowledge about who we are and what we do. You successfully demonstrate your true understanding and commitment to the objectives and values of Animals Australia. So, if you want to add your voice, to our voice, and speak up for the voiceless, then wed love to hear from you. What can Animals Australia offer you Aside from the opportunity to bring about real change for animals, we offer Salary of 50-60,000 per annum plus superannuation (pro rata if part-time) Generous leave provisions including Companion Animal Carer™s and Compassionate leave Flexibility A fun, supportive, and hardworking environment where we really do value our people Discounted private health insurance Employee Assistance Program Funky, fantastic, animal-friendly office in very convenient location And of course, the opportunity to create a kinder world for ALL ) Please visit our website to view a full position description and ensure the following is included as part of your application 1. Completed Application Cover Sheet (available on our website) 2. Cover letterStatement that addresses Why Animals Australia Why you are the ideal candidate for this role What being an œeffective HR practitioner means to you 3. Current resume Please email your completed application to jobsanimalsaustralia.org, using the subject line People and Culture Coordinator application via SEEK. Tip It™s important to consider the context of the role when you prepare your application. This means making sure that the information you provide in your application relates specifically to the organisation, and the responsibilities and key attributes relevant to the position. Refer to the attached Position Description for more information. For further information on the role, please contact Kaylene Idda, People and Culture Manager, via email to Kaylene.Iddaanimalsaustralia.org or on 03 9329 6333. Application Deadline 1145 pm, Sunday, 30 June 2019

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Assistant

    HR Assistant About us With over 200 stores and over 7,000 team members across Australia and New Zealand, JB Hi-Fi is one of Australasias largest and most trusted retailers. Specialising in consumer electronics, home entertainment, small appliances and white goods, JB Hi-Fi strives to deliver the most extensive range, cheapest prices and genuine service to customers every day. The heart of our business is our people and we are proud of a culture that fosters teamwork, nurtures talent, encourages individuality and embraces diversity. About the position The position of Human Resources Assistant sits within our Human Resources department and is based at our Support Office in Southbank, Melbourne. This position is an integral part of the HR Team and you will be relied upon to support a variety of HR initiatives, primarily assisting HR business partners with all administrative tasks. Key responsibilities include Administrative support for recruitment processes and procedures Conduct HR research for projects as required Assist in the creation of position descriptions, writing job advertisements and generating team member contracts Provide administrative support to HR Business Partners Assistance with reporting on workforce data including headcount, attrition, staff movements and general HR activities About our ideal candidate We are looking for an individual who possesses the below skills and experience Demonstrated administration skills (2-3 years in administrative role is essential) Ability to multitask High attention to detail and data entry skills Strong organisationaltime management skills Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written) Ability to work effectively and efficiently within a team and independently Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher is an absolute must) Our Benefits Generous staff discounts Access to training and development Collaborative work environment Fantastic career opportunities across the broader JB Hi-FiThe Good Guys Group Employee Assistance Program The opportunity to see outstanding music acts in Support Office“ checkout our story on the JB LinkedIn page for more info How to apply If you are interested in this exciting position, please submit your application to emma.gloufchisjbhifi.com.au by Friday 21st June 2019, or click Apply to apply through our website. All applications are strictly confidential. www.jbhifi.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Career Consultant

    Career Consultant Global Organisation Melbourne CBD Friendly and supportive team Summary Opportunity to join a Global HR management consulting business in a career consultant role located Melbourne CBD, delivering career management services to organisations going through transformation. Multiple positions- Part-time and full-time. GREAT PEOPLE, GREAT PLACE An excellent and rare opportunity has become available for Career Consultants to join our national career management team based in Melbourne CBD. About the Role As part of a great team in a supportive professional culture, you will be a valued advisor and play a key role in delivering our career management services and solutions to our clients going through transformation. Our career management consultants are coaches and facilitators, supporting people at all levels, from a range of industries through the process of change, career exploration and successful career transition. To be considered for this opportunity you must clearly demonstrate A demonstrated work history that can relate to career coaching Proven ability in delivering client and candidate focused support to a high service quality standard Excellent one to one coaching and group facilitation skills Extremely high customer service ethic A significant degree of flexibility to deal with short notice assignments and the peaks and troughs of this Associate consulting context Excellent communication and interpersonal skills relating to people at all levels Prior experience and expertise in a range of Career Management initiatives, particularly change management and coaching, would also be an advantage. Relevant formal qualifications will be well regarded.Who We Are Right Management is the global leader in talent and career management workforce solutions. As the workforce consulting experts within Manpower Group, we help organisations build leadership capability, retain valued talent and increase the strength of their talent pool, whilst improving the effectiveness of their workforce. We partner with our clients to create and implement a talent management strategy to proactively develop, redeploy and transition employees to meet changing market and workforce needs. Visit our website httpsna01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com?url=www.rightmanagement.com.auampdata=0201Louise.Millerright.com37ed7e7e9dc8485879da08d64527ae1de2ba81b803fe407c96a1f4bc0f512e7d00636772434057862833ampsdata=HCdhcrN5jZmVaigKReBerfOCbkkgw6BUyyvkFUWyco=ampreserved=0 to find out more about our organisation. This is an excellent opportunity and agile individual with a Human Resources, Change Management or Talent Acquisition, who is passionate about positively impacting the relationship between the organisation and its people. To apply for this great opportunity, please email your resume with cover letter in confidence by clicking the ˜apply™ button. www.rightmanagement.com

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Career Consultant

    Career Consultant Global Organisation Melbourne CBD Friendly and supportive team Summary Opportunity to join a Global HR management consulting business in a career consultant role located Melbourne CBD, delivering career management services to organisations going through transformation. Multiple positions- Part-time and full-time. GREAT PEOPLE, GREAT PLACE An excellent and rare opportunity has become available for Career Consultants to join our national career management team based in Melbourne CBD. About the Role As part of a great team in a supportive professional culture, you will be a valued advisor and play a key role in delivering our career management services and solutions to our clients going through transformation. Our career management consultants are coaches and facilitators, supporting people at all levels, from a range of industries through the process of change, career exploration and successful career transition. To be considered for this opportunity you must clearly demonstrate A demonstrated work history that can relate to career coaching Proven ability in delivering client and candidate focused support to a high service quality standard Excellent one to one coaching and group facilitation skills Extremely high customer service ethic A significant degree of flexibility to deal with short notice assignments and the peaks and troughs of this Associate consulting context Excellent communication and interpersonal skills relating to people at all levels Prior experience and expertise in a range of Career Management initiatives, particularly change management and coaching, would also be an advantage. Relevant formal qualifications will be well regarded.Who We Are Right Management is the global leader in talent and career management workforce solutions. As the workforce consulting experts within Manpower Group, we help organisations build leadership capability, retain valued talent and increase the strength of their talent pool, whilst improving the effectiveness of their workforce. We partner with our clients to create and implement a talent management strategy to proactively develop, redeploy and transition employees to meet changing market and workforce needs. Visit our website httpsna01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com?url=www.rightmanagement.com.auampdata=0201Louise.Millerright.com37ed7e7e9dc8485879da08d64527ae1de2ba81b803fe407c96a1f4bc0f512e7d00636772434057862833ampsdata=HCdhcrN5jZmVaigKReBerfOCbkkgw6BUyyvkFUWyco=ampreserved=0 to find out more about our organisation. This is an excellent opportunity and agile individual with a Human Resources, Change Management or Talent Acquisition, who is passionate about positively impacting the relationship between the organisation and its people. To apply for this great opportunity, please email your resume with cover letter in confidence by clicking the ˜apply™ button. www.rightmanagement.com

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Advisor

    AkzoNobel is proud to be one of the world™s leading industrial companies. Headquartered in Europe, we make and supply a wide range of paints, coatings and specialty chemicals. As a major producer of specialty chemicals we supply industries worldwide with quality ingredients for life™s essentials. An exciting opportunity is available for an experienced and motivated HR Advisor to join our close knit HR Team based at our Sunshine site. This is a permanent HR generalist position. The role supports managers and employees from numerous departments across both Australia and New Zealand. Responsibilities Managing the recruitment and onboarding processes which includes screening, interviewing, reference checking and induction of new employees. Training employees on a range of HR related topics Contributing to the compensation and benefits process and assisting with payroll enquiries Reviewing and updating HR policies and procedures Managing a range of HR projects Experience working with EBA. The successful applicant With a large amount of people contact in the role, confidentiality and discretion are absolutely paramount, as is a strong focus on internal customer service and meeting business requirements. This is a busy and varied role and will require someone to be well organised and able to juggle multiple priorities at any one time. To succeed in this role you will Be tertiary qualified in HR or a related discipline Have experience in a generalist HR role Proven capacity to work in a fast paced environment Have outstanding interpersonal and negotiation skills to be able to confidently liaise with a variety of employees within the business Have the ability to interpret and understand relevant legislation and industrial requirements Intermediate knowledge across the Microsoft Office Suite Experience in a unionised environment would be advantageous. What™s on Offer? Great team environment High performance work culture Opportunity to expand your skills and knowledge and Competitive salary. If this sounds like the opportunity for you, forward your cover letter, resume and details of qualifications to the AkzoNobel Human Resources team via the Seek website as soon as possible. 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 as a human resources adviser? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • People & Culture Partner - Digital Innovation Group

    Design and implement the Business Unit People Plan to deliver on the strategic direction of AGL and the Business Unit....

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Learning and Development Business Partner

    Post graduate and other relevant qualifications will be highly regarded. Qualifications within Human Resources Management, Organisational Management or related...

    location Docklands VIC, Australia


  • Children’s Services Partnership Coordinator

    Current Drivers Licence. Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment is desirable. Additional Requirements Please apply via the instructions on our...

    location Lower Dandenong Rd, Mentone VIC 3194, Australia


  • Recruitment & HR Officer

    ACM Parts is a leading nation-wide parts supplier, selling high quality recycled, independently certified and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts, to Australias auto repair industry. ACM Parts aim to create value by being the partner of choice for the auto repair industry. Awarded the Australian Business Awards for Community Contribution, as well as for Sustainability in August 2018, now is the time to join our award winning team. The culture is fast-paced, energetic driven, If youve wanted a role with a focus on Recruitment Operational HR, then this is definitely it. This role will be on a permanent part-time basis, working Monday, Wednesday and Friday. As our Recruitment HR Officer youll be involved in all facets of the following Providing advice and assistance to hiring managers on staff recruitment talent acquisition including on-boarding and exit interviews Drafting and amending job descriptions Preparing, developing and implementing procedures on policies and processes Maintaining and reviewing all HR Policies™ and Procedures manuals for best practice Assisting with WHS related matters Supporting managers in keeping their team engaged through informalformal training methods insideoutside of the business with particular focus on best practice recruitment General administration duties Coordinating payroll and management of HRIS Reward and recognition program support Organising site wide well-being and engagement activities WHS and HR reporting as required The Candidate An experienced HR and Recruitment Officer who demonstrates a thorough understanding of a broad range of human resources related skills including but not limited to Maintaining procedures policies Extensive recruitment talent acquisition experience Business partnering with key leaders Performance reviews, terminations, redundancies and the whole spectrum of managing the Human Resources function for a large organisation Minimum of 3-5 years experience Apply today and shortlisted candidates will be contacted immediately 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 Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Business Partner, People and Culture

    Business Partner, People and Culture At Allity, we have one shared vision to make every day the best it can be. We are dedicated and committed to creating homelike environments for our residents and providing exceptional care and service in Aged Care. We currently have a 15 month parental leave contract available, for an experienced and energetic generalist Human Resources professional, to provide hands on business partnering across our 16 Aged Care homes in Victoria. Reporting to the National Manager, People and Culture, based in Sydney, and supported by Melbourne based People and Culture Coordinator and Talent Acquisition Specialist, you will be partnering with our General and Line Managers, advising and providing solutions across the employee life-cycle, in particular employee relations and employee engagement. While the role is hands on, the focus should include the transfer of knowledge to build leaders capability in managing people issues directly. About You Degree-qualified with strong business partnering background Minimum 8 years HR experience with an exposure to a broad range of HR disciples, preferably in a health or blue collar workforce. Strong hands-on experience in employee relations and employee engagement with the ability to navigate within a fast-paced and complex environment Demonstrated experience in the interpretation, negotiation and application of awardenterprise agreements and the Fair Work Act Effective interpersonal and facilitation skills, with an ability to build trusting and respectful relationships at all levels Demonstrated willingness to make decisions, exhibit sound and accurate judgement, and make timely decisions The role is based at our corporate office in Richmond. You will be part of a fabulous and supportive team in a leading aged care organisation. If you would like to be part of our team, please submit a Resume Cover Letter to demonstrate your suitability previous experience. A satisfactory Criminal Record check will be required prior to appointment Be inspired at www.allity.com.au Are you ready to make every day the best it can be? APPLY NOW Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Project Pi - Change Manager

    Project Pi - Change Manager Workday Implementation Project (Project Pi) Join a collaborative and supportive change team Full Time, Fixed Term Position (Dec 2020) About Us RMIT is a multi-sector university of technology, design and enterprise with more than 91,000 students and 11,000 staff globally. RMIT offers postgraduate, undergraduate, vocational education and online programs to provide students with a variety of work-relevant pathways. The Universitys mission is to help shape the world through research, innovation, quality teaching and engagement, and to create transformative experiences for students, getting them ready for life and work. About Project Pi At the heart of Project Pi is a commitment to implement Workday as our single, simple, secure and smart platform for all of RMITs HR, Finance and Student Information functions that will Make all day to day university interactions seamless Provide our people with reliable and accurate information so they can better support, create and deliver transformative education programs, and Enable our students and staff to access what they need anywhere, anytime and however they choose. Project Pi aims to simplify and standardise how our staff and students interact with RMIT every day. We want to use real-time data a lot smarter so our staff, our research partners, our industry partners and our students have access to quality information anytime. We want to provide a service experience that will enable our students to log-on, enroll, change course details and engage with us in a way that suits them and their lifestyle 247. The Role In alignment with our Change Principles, the Change Manager is accountable for developing change management plans and interventions that engage and prepare our stakeholders through the design, communication and delivery of all change readiness activities for Project Pi. The appointed Change Manager must have the agility, passion, and imagination to do this in a manner which is inclusive of all our end users, bringing them all on a tailored and meaningful change journey whereby they successfully adopt and embed the new ways of working, processes and tools and transition smoothly from current to future state. The position involves liaison with and influence over very senior members of the RMIT communities of academic and professional staff as well as work closely with our SI partner, Deloitte. It is a position that requires hard working individuals with the courage, tenacity and patience to work with a very wide range of diverse stakeholders and interest groups and be able to successfully balance needs and interests whilst bringing everyone to a unified point of understanding and agreement on the way forward. About You The successful candidate will have extensive experience in the following areas Demonstrated experience successfully leading large-scale change involving people, and process in a large and complex organisation. This may include programs that have required the transformation of high performing teams, organisational cultural change andor new ways of working Ability to work in an unstructured and uncertain environment with the ability to exercise initiative, be self-directed and demonstrate lateral problem-solving skills whilst thinking strategically and creatively End to end project life-cycle experience, including scoping, planning and delivering agreed results within time-frames Extensive experience in developing stakeholder engagement plans within the context of change to breakdown resistance, deliver high engagement and align required project outcomes across multiple stakeholders Excellent communication (written and verbal), analytical, coaching, presentation and facilitation skills High-level interpersonal, consultation and negotiation skills, including the ability to work collaboratively, liaise effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders and to communicate effectively on complex issues. Experience with providing guidance and direction to a small team of Change Analysts whilst acting as a mentor and coach to assist in their development Previous experience in a similar role within the Education, Government or Not for Profit sectors highly desirable Qualifications A relevant tertiary qualification or equivalent experience in change management essential To Apply For further information or to view a position description please view attached document below Project Pi Change Manager.pdf RMIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to being a child safe organisation. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander community.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    About Rheinmetall Defence Australia Rheinmetall Defence Australia (RDA) is an Australian and New Zealand Defence prime, operating as a regional hub providing specialist Defence capability to the Commonwealth of Australia. RDA is a subsidiary of Rheinmetall AG, an internationally successful Defence and Automotive technology group headquartered in Dusseldorf, Germany. RDA is a trusted partner to armed forces and specialises in Vehicle Systems, Electronics Solutions and Weapons, and Ammunition Protection. We currently have operations in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin and Melbourne, and are rapidly growing our Australian footprint to deliver system solutions and capability in the areas of mobility, lethality, reconnaissance, protection, and sustainment. About the role Reporting to the Human Resources (HR) Director, you will establish sound relationships throughout the organisation, provide timely and credible advice on HR topics, and partner with team leaders across all areas of Human Resources including employee engagement, performance management, talent development, change management and remuneration reviews. This role requires someone who loves working in a fast-paced environment, has strong attention to detail and can provide exceptional customer service to internal stakeholders. Some of the key responsibilities include Provide advice and support to employees and managers on employee relations matters Support organisational changes by leading change management processes Contribute to the development, enhancement and implementation of policies and procedures which support organisational needs Identify and support best practice initiatives with respect to diversity and social inclusion and Support or lead various HR projects as required. About you You will have strong Human Resources Business Partnering experience within a similar roleenvironment, excellent interpersonal, presentation and communication skills. You will have a solutions focused approach, and deal with issues and change in a proactive and positive way. Additionally, you will have Proven experience in a similar role Appropriate tertiary qualifications or demonstrated relevant, equivalent professional experience Experience dealing with employee relations issues in the workplace Hands on approach and comfortable in both strategic and operational matters Qualification or experience in continuous improvement (desirable) and Eligible to gain and maintain a Defence security clearance (desirable). What we offer This role provides the opportunity to work with a diverse range of highly skilled and experienced professionals in an agile specialist environment. You will enjoy a strong and committed workplace culture and the opportunity to advance your career. At RDA, we are committed to creating a safe, diverse and inclusive work environment. Visit RDAs website for more information. Next Steps If you are ready for your next challenge, apply now Applications will be reviewed regularly, and interviews may commence prior to the position closing date. The preferred applicant will be required to complete RDAs background checks including pre-employment verification and national police checks.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    About Rheinmetall Defence Australia Rheinmetall Defence Australia (RDA) is an Australian and New Zealand Defence prime, operating as a regional hub providing specialist Defence capability to the Commonwealth of Australia. RDA is a subsidiary of Rheinmetall AG, an internationally successful Defence and Automotive technology group headquartered in Dusseldorf, Germany. RDA is a trusted partner to armed forces and specialises in Vehicle Systems, Electronics Solutions and Weapons, and Ammunition Protection. We currently have operations in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin and Melbourne, and are rapidly growing our Australian footprint to deliver system solutions and capability in the areas of mobility, lethality, reconnaissance, protection, and sustainment. About the role Reporting to the Human Resources (HR) Director, you will establish sound relationships throughout the organisation, provide timely and credible advice on HR topics, and partner with team leaders across all areas of Human Resources including employee engagement, performance management, talent development, change management and remuneration reviews. This role requires someone who loves working in a fast-paced environment, has strong attention to detail and can provide exceptional customer service to internal stakeholders. Some of the key responsibilities include Provide advice and support to employees and managers on employee relations matters Support organisational changes by leading change management processes Contribute to the development, enhancement and implementation of policies and procedures which support organisational needs Identify and support best practice initiatives with respect to diversity and social inclusion and Support or lead various HR projects as required. About you You will have strong Human Resources Business Partnering experience within a similar roleenvironment, excellent interpersonal, presentation and communication skills. You will have a solutions focused approach, and deal with issues and change in a proactive and positive way. Additionally, you will have Proven experience in a similar role Appropriate tertiary qualifications or demonstrated relevant, equivalent professional experience Experience dealing with employee relations issues in the workplace Hands on approach and comfortable in both strategic and operational matters Qualification or experience in continuous improvement (desirable) and Eligible to gain and maintain a Defence security clearance (desirable). What we offer This role provides the opportunity to work with a diverse range of highly skilled and experienced professionals in an agile specialist environment. You will enjoy a strong and committed workplace culture and the opportunity to advance your career. At RDA, we are committed to creating a safe, diverse and inclusive work environment. Visit RDAs website for more information. Next Steps If you are ready for your next challenge, apply now Applications will be reviewed regularly, and interviews may commence prior to the position closing date. The preferred applicant will be required to complete RDAs background checks including pre-employment verification and national police checks.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior HR Business Partner

    Senior HR Business Partner An exciting end-end HR Generalist opportunity is now open for a 12 Month Fixed term contract in a critical position based within the HR team. Reporting into the Associate Director who is extremely collaborative, fast paced and looking for a robust and energetic HR Business Partner to work with closely. This is a multi-site role, 1 x location within the south-east (4 days per week) 1 x location within CBD (1 Day per week). Our client, a leader within the education sector who operate very differently to the large scale universities. Very forward thinking, fast paced and innovate with strong HR values that resonate throughout the workforce all the way to the board with an HR seat at the table. This is a crucial role looking after the major client group with strong ability to influence and also play a key role in the change projects. Key areas will cover Partner with key stakeholders across the designated portfolio to build comprehensive business knowledge and identify opportunities for client groups to better utilise their workforce to achieve strategic people-related and business goals. Support and implement a human resource management strategy that addresses employee engagement and cultural change, organisational design and transformation, leadership and coaching, talent management and succession, workforce planning, capability development, performance and organisational efficiency to deliver on Company and business unit objectives. Build, maintain and apply expert case management, issue resolution and other HR knowledge to manage and support the resolution across all workplace relations and ER This is a end-end generalist position where you need to act as a true trusted advisor within the portfolio. To be successful you must have Broad generalist HR experience in a medium to large dynamic and complex organisation Experience in partnering, advising and influence a challenging client portfolio Strong workplace relations and ER experience Be comfortable with working on a unionised site Commercially Astute and holistic in your approach Proven ability to interpret and apply Enterprise Agreement provisions and provide accurate advice to stakeholders This is a fantastic opportunity to work in a company that really strives for quality. If you believe you have a drive, passion and experience to add value to this organisation, contact Alex King on (03) 8621 5700 for further information or apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at melbhrpartners.com.au, quoting reference number 14M0388183. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. hrpartners.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior HR Business Partner

    Senior HR Business Partner An exciting end-end HR Generalist opportunity is now open for a 12 Month Fixed term contract in a critical position based within the HR team. Reporting into the Associate Director who is extremely collaborative, fast paced and looking for a robust and energetic HR Business Partner to work with closely. This is a multi-site role, 1 x location within the south-east (4 days per week) 1 x location within CBD (1 Day per week). Our client, a leader within the education sector who operate very differently to the large scale universities. Very forward thinking, fast paced and innovate with strong HR values that resonate throughout the workforce all the way to the board with an HR seat at the table. This is a crucial role looking after the major client group with strong ability to influence and also play a key role in the change projects. Key areas will cover Partner with key stakeholders across the designated portfolio to build comprehensive business knowledge and identify opportunities for client groups to better utilise their workforce to achieve strategic people-related and business goals. Support and implement a human resource management strategy that addresses employee engagement and cultural change, organisational design and transformation, leadership and coaching, talent management and succession, workforce planning, capability development, performance and organisational efficiency to deliver on Company and business unit objectives. Build, maintain and apply expert case management, issue resolution and other HR knowledge to manage and support the resolution across all workplace relations and ER This is a end-end generalist position where you need to act as a true trusted advisor within the portfolio. To be successful you must have Broad generalist HR experience in a medium to large dynamic and complex organisation Experience in partnering, advising and influence a challenging client portfolio Strong workplace relations and ER experience Be comfortable with working on a unionised site Commercially Astute and holistic in your approach Proven ability to interpret and apply Enterprise Agreement provisions and provide accurate advice to stakeholders This is a fantastic opportunity to work in a company that really strives for quality. If you believe you have a drive, passion and experience to add value to this organisation, contact Alex King on (03) 8621 5700 for further information or apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at melbhrpartners.com.au, quoting reference number 14M0388183. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. hrpartners.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR / People and Culture

    HR People and Culture At Cafs we care about people. Our People and Culture (HR) team is growing in capacity and capability in order to ensure ongoing efficient and effective services to Cafs as it continues to grow. We are looking for suitably qualified people to fill the following roles. Please note that Cafs is an equal opportunity employee and as such we encourage applications from People interested in part-time andor full time employment aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders LGBTI people People of all abilities People from all race, religions and backgrounds. Values, behaviours and team fit are of vital importance to us. So we will consider opportunities for job share, EFT mix across the roles etc. HR GENERALIST We are looking for an experienced all-rounder HR generalist to assist our internal stakeholders navigating the entire employee lifecycle including but not limited to Recruitment Interviews and Selection Onboarding Induction Ongoing training, performance etc. Ideally you can also contribute to Injury management and RTW planning andor Performance management, employee relations andor industrial relations. Personally you will be Honest, trustworthy and transparent Fair and consistent A skilled negotiator and communicator Team player Qualifications You will hold tertiary qualifications (Diploma or Degree) in Human Resources or Business Studies with a major or minor in HR with 3-5 years™ experience in a generalist HR role. INJURY MANAGEMENT WORKCOVER RTW COORDINATOR At Cafs we care about our people. We understand that we all have ups and downs in life, sometimes we are healthy and well, and other times we are not. The Health and Wellbeing Partner will assist all relevant internal and external stakeholders as they navigate the injury and illness management process, whether they be work related or non-work related. Our ideal candidate will have experience in WorkCover and RTW planning in injury management (both work and non-work related) preparing fit to work assessments and making recommendations based on their findings arranging pre and post-employment medicals workstation assessments Personally you will be Compassionate and empathetic Relationship A skilled negotiator and communicator Team player Qualifications We offer a unique opportunity for an accredited WorkSafe Return to Work Coordinator with a minimum 3 years™ experience to join our rapidly growing and knowledgeable team. You will hold tertiary qualifications (Certificate IV, Diploma or Degree) in HR, OHS, WHS, Personal Injury Management or other relevant field. Further information For a confidential discussion please call Janice Shelmerdine, People and Culture Manager on (03) 5337 3333. How to apply Please submit your application though Cafs online portal by selecting the œapply now button on our careers webpage. You will need to prepare a current resume and a cover letter to upload. The cover letter should specify which position you are applying for and a response to each of the following questions How do your values align to Cafs Values? Please explain how you adapt to an ever changing environment. What will you bring to our team? Please note applicants are not required to address the Key Selection Criteria in their application. Applications for this position close midnight Sunday, 23 June 2019. Please note all applicants must be eligible to work in Australia and will be subject to a satisfactory Police Check outcome and an employment Working with Children Check. Cafs is proud to be an inclusive and equal opportunity organisation. We embrace it, value it, celebrate it and support it for the benefit of our employees, our volunteers, our service users and our community. We welcome applications from a range of people including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, People with disabilities, LGBTI people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Cafs is a child safe organisation. People from all cultures and backgrounds are welcome to apply www.cafs.org.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Consumer Partnerships Coordinator

    Monash Health is an impressive organisation of seven public hospitals, 21 community health sites, five aged care facilities, university affiliated international...

    location Mulgrave Ct, Clayton VIC 3168, Australia


  • Risk Business Partner

    More than 18,000 employees work at over 40 care locations across south eastern Melbourne, including Monash Medical Centre, Monash Children™s Hospital, Moorabbin...

    location Mulgrave Ct, Clayton VIC 3168, Australia


  • Risk Business Partner

    More than 18,000 employees work at over 40 care locations across south eastern Melbourne, including Monash Medical Centre, Monash Children™s Hospital, Moorabbin...

    location Mulgrave Ct, Clayton VIC 3168, Australia


  • HR Consultant

    HR Consultant Would you like to work for a company that has been awarded one of the fastest growing companies in Australia by the AFR? Would you like to be part of a talented, energetic and innovative culture where your work makes a difference? MedAdvisor are now searching for a HR Consultant to join our innovative People and Culture team. We can offer you A meaningful place to apply your skills Flexible working arrangements Health and Well Being programs including yoga Vibrant culture As a HR Consultant, you will Support the PC strategy by assisting with the delivery of innovative programs Recruit the best talent into MedAdvisor Work closely with the HRD Support and coach leaders Provide all admin support for the PC team Do you have 3+ years generalist HR experience Tertiary qualifications in HR or a related discipline Experience in recruitment and employee relations (essential) Strong communication and project management skills Ability to prioritise and meet deadlines The drive to be a self-starter A passion for HR Life at MedAdvisor MedAdvisor are driven by our purpose to improve the way patients can manage their medication, empowering them to feel more in control. We live and breathe our core values of a can-do attitude, collaboration, courage and innovation. We love what we do and we can see daily how our work benefits the community. How to Apply Click the ˜Apply button. Good luck jobsmedadvisor.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 of experience do you have as a HR consultant? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Consultant

    HR Consultant Would you like to work for a company that has been awarded one of the fastest growing companies in Australia by the AFR? Would you like to be part of a talented, energetic and innovative culture where your work makes a difference? MedAdvisor are now searching for a HR Consultant to join our innovative People and Culture team. We can offer you A meaningful place to apply your skills Flexible working arrangements Health and Well Being programs including yoga Vibrant culture As a HR Consultant, you will Support the PC strategy by assisting with the delivery of innovative programs Recruit the best talent into MedAdvisor Work closely with the HRD Support and coach leaders Provide all admin support for the PC team Do you have 3+ years generalist HR experience Tertiary qualifications in HR or a related discipline Experience in recruitment and employee relations (essential) Strong communication and project management skills Ability to prioritise and meet deadlines The drive to be a self-starter A passion for HR Life at MedAdvisor MedAdvisor are driven by our purpose to improve the way patients can manage their medication, empowering them to feel more in control. We live and breathe our core values of a can-do attitude, collaboration, courage and innovation. We love what we do and we can see daily how our work benefits the community. How to Apply Click the ˜Apply button. Good luck jobsmedadvisor.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 of experience do you have as a HR consultant? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Manager (Part Time 25 hours p/w)

    Human Resources Manager (Part Time 25 hours pw) Prolife Foods is an Australasian leader in the snack category specialising in Nuts, Dried Fruit, Snack Blends and Confectionery. We are a consumer driven business who have created innovative category management systems. The business relationships we hold with all leading retailers in the FMCG industry across Australasia are strong and will continue on the growth path that we have created. We have a part time HR Management role vacant that will provide advice and support to the leadership team along with all people managers across the business. Reporting directly to the GM of Australia, you will provide guidance and direction on all ER, learning and development, performance management, succession planning and resourcing needs to management within head office and out in the field to our sales teams. What will your day look like Manage end to end recruitment processes across all states Support line managers with employee relations performance management issues while ensuring both are aligned to our value processes Maintaining a relationship with the NZ based business to align with payroll and ISO processes Partner with heads of the business to be the œgo to HR lead for HR related queries and concerns Skills Attributes 5+yrs HR Generalist or Business Partnering experience Commitment to continuous improvement employee engagement Strong track record of internal resourcing recruitment Excellent organisational time management abilities Be a credible communicator and ability to build strong working relationships at all levels The ability to lead strategic business change FMCG industry experience would be a strong advantage to your application What can we offer you? An opportunity to join a highly progressive company who in the 6 years we have been operating in Australia, (over 35 years in New Zealand) have now pushed their products out to over 600 Coles stores. For all applications, we require an up to date resume along with a covering letter detailing why this business and role are of interest to you. Please apply directly through this website. The vacancy will remain open until filled. All applications will be given careful consideration. 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? How many years experience do you have with change management?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Manager (Part Time 25 hours p/w)

    Human Resources Manager (Part Time 25 hours pw) Prolife Foods is an Australasian leader in the snack category specialising in Nuts, Dried Fruit, Snack Blends and Confectionery. We are a consumer driven business who have created innovative category management systems. The business relationships we hold with all leading retailers in the FMCG industry across Australasia are strong and will continue on the growth path that we have created. We have a part time HR Management role vacant that will provide advice and support to the leadership team along with all people managers across the business. Reporting directly to the GM of Australia, you will provide guidance and direction on all ER, learning and development, performance management, succession planning and resourcing needs to management within head office and out in the field to our sales teams. What will your day look like Manage end to end recruitment processes across all states Support line managers with employee relations performance management issues while ensuring both are aligned to our value processes Maintaining a relationship with the NZ based business to align with payroll and ISO processes Partner with heads of the business to be the œgo to HR lead for HR related queries and concerns Skills Attributes 5+yrs HR Generalist or Business Partnering experience Commitment to continuous improvement employee engagement Strong track record of internal resourcing recruitment Excellent organisational time management abilities Be a credible communicator and ability to build strong working relationships at all levels The ability to lead strategic business change FMCG industry experience would be a strong advantage to your application What can we offer you? An opportunity to join a highly progressive company who in the 6 years we have been operating in Australia, (over 35 years in New Zealand) have now pushed their products out to over 600 Coles stores. For all applications, we require an up to date resume along with a covering letter detailing why this business and role are of interest to you. Please apply directly through this website. The vacancy will remain open until filled. All applications will be given careful consideration. 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? How many years experience do you have with change management?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator

    HR Coordinator Join a friendly, fun supportive Global Human Resources Team Great workplace culture benefits Permanent, Full-Time Position based in Melbourne Company Description Presence of IT is a leading consultancy and provider of the worlds foremost Human Capital Management solutions. We provide thought leadership, strategy, process improvement, software selection advice, implementation, hosting and operational support services to many of the worlds largest private and public sector organisations. Our strength is the excellence of our people and our focus is on our clients. This focus has seen us evolve into a global organisation to better support our clients in their respective markets, the world over. Key Responsibilities Requirements The HR Coordinator provides comprehensive and customer focused HR support to the HR Business Partners, managers and employees. This role contributes to the effective coordination and implementation of the key processes of the Human Resources team. Other key responsibilities include assisting with a range of HR projects, onboarding activities and OHS responsibilities. The successful applicant should be able to demonstrate their capability to perform the following tasks HRIS and Employee Records - Ensure HR records and employee files are up to date and complete. New Starter Process - Coordinating the onboarding and induction process for all new starters. HR Updates - Keeping up to date information regarding developments in human resources practices, employment legislation, and sharing of knowledge within the team. HR Communications - Creating and sending HR Communications as required. Google Drive and Sites - Ongoing maintenance and updates of HR owned google sites, HR templates and documents publicly available on Google Drive, our online file document storage system. Recruitment Co-ordination - Maintaining the applicant register across the organisation. Assistance with development and posting of job advertisements where required. Health and Safety - Undertaking work health and safety duties commensurate with the job including administering Workcover claims and providing regular legislative updates. Terminating Employee Process - Coordinating termination processes to deactivate system set up and perform associated offboarding tasks. HR Reporting - Producing monthly and ad hoc reporting as required. Key Skills Experience The successful applicant will possess a Tertiary Qualification in Human Resources or equivalent relevant experience. In addition to this, they should possess the following skills experience Experience in a diverse HR environment with sound knowledge of practices of Human Resources and high-level knowledge of legislation of employment, ideally 3+ years. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. High level of accuracy and attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain productive and collaborative relationships with integrity and friendly approachability. Problem solving skills, high level of initiative and ability to adapt well to change. Highly organised with strong time management skills. Ability to work alone on a broad variety of projects. Experience with SuccessFactors modules will be highly advantageous. Employee Benefits Presence of IT offers a range of employee benefits including flexible working conditions, a health and wellbeing program, salary sacrifice options, reward and recognition program, charitable workplace giving, an employee assistance program and an employee social club. To be considered for this position, please submit a Cover Letter detailing your relevant skills and experience and a recent CV by clicking the Apply Now button. We look forward to hearing from you Presence of IT seeks applicants interested in long-term, permanent opportunities. Direct applicants only. No agencies please. www.presenceofit.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)? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator

    HR Coordinator Join a friendly, fun supportive Global Human Resources Team Great workplace culture benefits Permanent, Full-Time Position based in Melbourne Company Description Presence of IT is a leading consultancy and provider of the worlds foremost Human Capital Management solutions. We provide thought leadership, strategy, process improvement, software selection advice, implementation, hosting and operational support services to many of the worlds largest private and public sector organisations. Our strength is the excellence of our people and our focus is on our clients. This focus has seen us evolve into a global organisation to better support our clients in their respective markets, the world over. Key Responsibilities Requirements The HR Coordinator provides comprehensive and customer focused HR support to the HR Business Partners, managers and employees. This role contributes to the effective coordination and implementation of the key processes of the Human Resources team. Other key responsibilities include assisting with a range of HR projects, onboarding activities and OHS responsibilities. The successful applicant should be able to demonstrate their capability to perform the following tasks HRIS and Employee Records - Ensure HR records and employee files are up to date and complete. New Starter Process - Coordinating the onboarding and induction process for all new starters. HR Updates - Keeping up to date information regarding developments in human resources practices, employment legislation, and sharing of knowledge within the team. HR Communications - Creating and sending HR Communications as required. Google Drive and Sites - Ongoing maintenance and updates of HR owned google sites, HR templates and documents publicly available on Google Drive, our online file document storage system. Recruitment Co-ordination - Maintaining the applicant register across the organisation. Assistance with development and posting of job advertisements where required. Health and Safety - Undertaking work health and safety duties commensurate with the job including administering Workcover claims and providing regular legislative updates. Terminating Employee Process - Coordinating termination processes to deactivate system set up and perform associated offboarding tasks. HR Reporting - Producing monthly and ad hoc reporting as required. Key Skills Experience The successful applicant will possess a Tertiary Qualification in Human Resources or equivalent relevant experience. In addition to this, they should possess the following skills experience Experience in a diverse HR environment with sound knowledge of practices of Human Resources and high-level knowledge of legislation of employment, ideally 3+ years. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. High level of accuracy and attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain productive and collaborative relationships with integrity and friendly approachability. Problem solving skills, high level of initiative and ability to adapt well to change. Highly organised with strong time management skills. Ability to work alone on a broad variety of projects. Experience with SuccessFactors modules will be highly advantageous. Employee Benefits Presence of IT offers a range of employee benefits including flexible working conditions, a health and wellbeing program, salary sacrifice options, reward and recognition program, charitable workplace giving, an employee assistance program and an employee social club. To be considered for this position, please submit a Cover Letter detailing your relevant skills and experience and a recent CV by clicking the Apply Now button. We look forward to hearing from you Presence of IT seeks applicants interested in long-term, permanent opportunities. Direct applicants only. No agencies please. www.presenceofit.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)? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Researcher - Davidson Executive & Boards

    Researcher - Davidson Executive Boards Be part of Australia™s leading Executive recruitment team Enhance the workplace performance of prominent organisations Values-based team supporting flexibility At Davidson we live by the philosophy that it is not the leader™s role to build the business rather leaders build great teams and great teams build great businesses. We are creating a legacy as a market leader in workplace performance and we need committed and passionate people to join our organisation to help us realise our Vision. Our Values are the foundation of our business. Our first Value is 1+1, it™s all about teamwork. We believe that none of us can achieve our full potential on our own. By generously helping each other to succeed, each of us will achieve more than we could have alone. The Executive Boards team are seeking an experienced ResourcerResearcher to support Executive Search assignments by identifying and engaging talent using various online sourcing strategies and channels. Key responsibilities in this critical role include Talent identification and market mapping Candidate approaches Candidate screening Assisting with client proposals, longlist and shortlist presentations Other ad hoc duties as required We are seeking a committed and collaborative individual with A flexible working style and the ability to work with different stakeholders Developed problem-solving skills Acute attention to detail Effective communication skills Excellent time management skills to manage multiple assignments concurrently If this describes you, find out more by contacting Nicole Cain, Head of Research NSW on 02 8093 0631 or Antonia Lao, Principal Researcher on 03 9929 9516. Want to know more about Davidson Executive Boards? Visit us at www.davidsonexecutive.com davidsonexecutive.com BRISBANE MELBOURNE SYDNEY

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Researcher - Davidson Executive & Boards

    Researcher - Davidson Executive Boards Be part of Australia™s leading Executive recruitment team Enhance the workplace performance of prominent organisations Values-based team supporting flexibility At Davidson we live by the philosophy that it is not the leader™s role to build the business rather leaders build great teams and great teams build great businesses. We are creating a legacy as a market leader in workplace performance and we need committed and passionate people to join our organisation to help us realise our Vision. Our Values are the foundation of our business. Our first Value is 1+1, it™s all about teamwork. We believe that none of us can achieve our full potential on our own. By generously helping each other to succeed, each of us will achieve more than we could have alone. The Executive Boards team are seeking an experienced ResourcerResearcher to support Executive Search assignments by identifying and engaging talent using various online sourcing strategies and channels. Key responsibilities in this critical role include Talent identification and market mapping Candidate approaches Candidate screening Assisting with client proposals, longlist and shortlist presentations Other ad hoc duties as required We are seeking a committed and collaborative individual with A flexible working style and the ability to work with different stakeholders Developed problem-solving skills Acute attention to detail Effective communication skills Excellent time management skills to manage multiple assignments concurrently If this describes you, find out more by contacting Nicole Cain, Head of Research NSW on 02 8093 0631 or Antonia Lao, Principal Researcher on 03 9929 9516. Want to know more about Davidson Executive Boards? Visit us at www.davidsonexecutive.com davidsonexecutive.com BRISBANE MELBOURNE SYDNEY

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Researcher - Davidson Executive & Boards

    Researcher - Davidson Executive Boards Be part of Australia™s leading Executive recruitment team Enhance the workplace performance of prominent organisations Values-based team supporting flexibility At Davidson we live by the philosophy that it is not the leader™s role to build the business rather leaders build great teams and great teams build great businesses. We are creating a legacy as a market leader in workplace performance and we need committed and passionate people to join our organisation to help us realise our Vision. Our Values are the foundation of our business. Our first Value is 1+1, it™s all about teamwork. We believe that none of us can achieve our full potential on our own. By generously helping each other to succeed, each of us will achieve more than we could have alone. The Executive Boards team are seeking an experienced ResourcerResearcher to support Executive Search assignments by identifying and engaging talent using various online sourcing strategies and channels. Key responsibilities in this critical role include Talent identification and market mapping Candidate approaches Candidate screening Assisting with client proposals, longlist and shortlist presentations Other ad hoc duties as required We are seeking a committed and collaborative individual with A flexible working style and the ability to work with different stakeholders Developed problem-solving skills Acute attention to detail Effective communication skills Excellent time management skills to manage multiple assignments concurrently If this describes you, find out more by contacting Nicole Cain, Head of Research NSW on 02 8093 0631 or Antonia Lao, Principal Researcher on 03 9929 9516. Want to know more about Davidson Executive Boards? Visit us at www.davidsonexecutive.com davidsonexecutive.com BRISBANE MELBOURNE SYDNEY

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Researcher - Davidson Executive & Boards

    Researcher - Davidson Executive Boards Be part of Australia™s leading Executive recruitment team Enhance the workplace performance of prominent organisations Values-based team supporting flexibility At Davidson we live by the philosophy that it is not the leader™s role to build the business rather leaders build great teams and great teams build great businesses. We are creating a legacy as a market leader in workplace performance and we need committed and passionate people to join our organisation to help us realise our Vision. Our Values are the foundation of our business. Our first Value is 1+1, it™s all about teamwork. We believe that none of us can achieve our full potential on our own. By generously helping each other to succeed, each of us will achieve more than we could have alone. The Executive Boards team are seeking an experienced ResourcerResearcher to support Executive Search assignments by identifying and engaging talent using various online sourcing strategies and channels. Key responsibilities in this critical role include Talent identification and market mapping Candidate approaches Candidate screening Assisting with client proposals, longlist and shortlist presentations Other ad hoc duties as required We are seeking a committed and collaborative individual with A flexible working style and the ability to work with different stakeholders Developed problem-solving skills Acute attention to detail Effective communication skills Excellent time management skills to manage multiple assignments concurrently If this describes you, find out more by contacting Nicole Cain, Head of Research NSW on 02 8093 0631 or Antonia Lao, Principal Researcher on 03 9929 9516. Want to know more about Davidson Executive Boards? Visit us at www.davidsonexecutive.com davidsonexecutive.com BRISBANE MELBOURNE SYDNEY

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR / Payroll Administrator

    HR Payroll Administrator ABOUT US Tabcorp Park Melton is the home of harness racing in Victoria. We aim to be recognised as a premier entertainment venue in the West, providing value for money and a great entertainment experience. We are a unique seven day a week entertainment hospitality venue with a range of racing and non-racing offerings including dining facilities, function conference rooms, 41 room four-star hotel, gaming lounge and sports bar with TAB. We are committed to providing high standards of excellence in racing, hospitality and customer service. We are passionate about providing our customers with a great experience and are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated people who share our vision. THE OPPORTUNITY Reporting to the General Manager Tabcorp Park, the HR Payroll Administrator will be responsible for the administration, coordination of all HR and Payroll. To be successful on this role you will need to have a hands on and collaborative style. You will be required to provide end to end employment lifecycle support, payroll coordination, assess and anticipate HR-related needs, by delivering value-added services to the business. Key Responsibilities include Remuneration, Reward Payroll Processing and coordination of fortnightly payroll - including reviewing timesheets, award interpretation, calculations and terminations Assist in scheduling rosters and coordinating changes to staff requirements Work closely with finance and payroll team as required HR Administration Co-ordinate the end-to-end recruitment Lead Inductions and coordination of on boarding processes Provide first level support for HR queries Maintaining personnel files Establish and ensure accuracy of all data utilising systems available (CI, Springboard, Time Target) Prepare contracts and variation letters Generate HR reports Liaise and collaborate with HRV People Culture team as required Learning Development Co-ordinate training initiatives including invitations and attendance, organise facilitators, maintain training calendars etc. Coordinate development plans Manage workers compensation Manage and administer staff accreditations and other compliance processes -VCGLR, RSA, RSG, TAB, Workplace Safety, AML etc. Act as Return to Work Coordinator ABOUT YOU To be considered for this role, you will possess the following skills, experience and attributes Minimum of 4-5 years HR experience Ability to work autonomously A resilient innovative team player who has previous experience in a similar role, preferably in the hospitality industry Excellent customer service orientation and the ability to communicate effectively with staff at all levels of the organisation Possess appropriate tertiary qualifications desirable An understanding and ability to interpret Awards Knowledge of payroll processing Knowledge of HR management principles, relevant legislation hospitality compliance Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build trust Outstanding administration skills (including excel) Able to establish and maintain relationships with people at all levels You have an excellent work ethic and customer focus BENEFITS Fantastic benefits are on offer including free car parking, staff discounts, training and career development. HOW TO APPLY Please click APPLY NOW or contact Gayle Harvey on 03 8746 0600 or Samantha Pool 03 8378 0212 for a confidential discussion. Applications should address the key requirements of the position. The successful applicant will be required to undergo background checks in accordance with company policy. Applications Close 30th June 2019 Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR / Payroll Administrator

    HR Payroll Administrator ABOUT US Tabcorp Park Melton is the home of harness racing in Victoria. We aim to be recognised as a premier entertainment venue in the West, providing value for money and a great entertainment experience. We are a unique seven day a week entertainment hospitality venue with a range of racing and non-racing offerings including dining facilities, function conference rooms, 41 room four-star hotel, gaming lounge and sports bar with TAB. We are committed to providing high standards of excellence in racing, hospitality and customer service. We are passionate about providing our customers with a great experience and are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated people who share our vision. THE OPPORTUNITY Reporting to the General Manager Tabcorp Park, the HR Payroll Administrator will be responsible for the administration, coordination of all HR and Payroll. To be successful on this role you will need to have a hands on and collaborative style. You will be required to provide end to end employment lifecycle support, payroll coordination, assess and anticipate HR-related needs, by delivering value-added services to the business. Key Responsibilities include Remuneration, Reward Payroll Processing and coordination of fortnightly payroll - including reviewing timesheets, award interpretation, calculations and terminations Assist in scheduling rosters and coordinating changes to staff requirements Work closely with finance and payroll team as required HR Administration Co-ordinate the end-to-end recruitment Lead Inductions and coordination of on boarding processes Provide first level support for HR queries Maintaining personnel files Establish and ensure accuracy of all data utilising systems available (CI, Springboard, Time Target) Prepare contracts and variation letters Generate HR reports Liaise and collaborate with HRV People Culture team as required Learning Development Co-ordinate training initiatives including invitations and attendance, organise facilitators, maintain training calendars etc. Coordinate development plans Manage workers compensation Manage and administer staff accreditations and other compliance processes -VCGLR, RSA, RSG, TAB, Workplace Safety, AML etc. Act as Return to Work Coordinator ABOUT YOU To be considered for this role, you will possess the following skills, experience and attributes Minimum of 4-5 years HR experience Ability to work autonomously A resilient innovative team player who has previous experience in a similar role, preferably in the hospitality industry Excellent customer service orientation and the ability to communicate effectively with staff at all levels of the organisation Possess appropriate tertiary qualifications desirable An understanding and ability to interpret Awards Knowledge of payroll processing Knowledge of HR management principles, relevant legislation hospitality compliance Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build trust Outstanding administration skills (including excel) Able to establish and maintain relationships with people at all levels You have an excellent work ethic and customer focus BENEFITS Fantastic benefits are on offer including free car parking, staff discounts, training and career development. HOW TO APPLY Please click APPLY NOW or contact Gayle Harvey on 03 8746 0600 or Samantha Pool 03 8378 0212 for a confidential discussion. Applications should address the key requirements of the position. The successful applicant will be required to undergo background checks in accordance with company policy. Applications Close 30th June 2019 Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Manager

    Human Resources Manager A wonderful opportunity has presented itself to join our client located in the CBD during a time of exciting growth within business. They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support to the executive and local client group. You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers. As a key member of the Human Resources team and reporting directly to the Group Human Resources Manager, you will work closely with the Human Resources team, executive and your client group to deliver a range of HR activities. You will be responsible for the end to end implementation of strategic change initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day to day HR operations for your client group. Key areas of responsibility include Establishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the business Demonstrate strength in Employee RelationsIndustrial Relations. Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviews Actively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader business Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies. The successful candidate will have considerable experience within a similar roleenvironment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. You will be degree qualified in Business andor Human Resources and previous experience working within the services sector will be highly regarded. Please apply now using the ˜Apply Now™ button. Alternatively, please call Andrew Paatsch for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number 140388471, or apply direct at www.hrpartners.com.au. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. hrpartners.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Manager

    Human Resources Manager A wonderful opportunity has presented itself to join our client located in the CBD during a time of exciting growth within business. They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support to the executive and local client group. You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers. As a key member of the Human Resources team and reporting directly to the Group Human Resources Manager, you will work closely with the Human Resources team, executive and your client group to deliver a range of HR activities. You will be responsible for the end to end implementation of strategic change initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day to day HR operations for your client group. Key areas of responsibility include Establishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the business Demonstrate strength in Employee RelationsIndustrial Relations. Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviews Actively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader business Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies. The successful candidate will have considerable experience within a similar roleenvironment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. You will be degree qualified in Business andor Human Resources and previous experience working within the services sector will be highly regarded. Please apply now using the ˜Apply Now™ button. Alternatively, please call Andrew Paatsch for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number 140388471, or apply direct at www.hrpartners.com.au. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. hrpartners.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Manager

    Human Resources Manager A wonderful opportunity has presented itself to join our client located in the CBD during a time of exciting growth within business. They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support to the executive and local client group. You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers. As a key member of the Human Resources team and reporting directly to the Group Human Resources Manager, you will work closely with the Human Resources team, executive and your client group to deliver a range of HR activities. You will be responsible for the end to end implementation of strategic change initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day to day HR operations for your client group. Key areas of responsibility include Establishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the business Demonstrate strength in Employee RelationsIndustrial Relations. Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviews Actively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader business Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies. The successful candidate will have considerable experience within a similar roleenvironment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. You will be degree qualified in Business andor Human Resources and previous experience working within the services sector will be highly regarded. Please apply now using the ˜Apply Now™ button. Alternatively, please call Andrew Paatsch for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number 140388471, or apply direct at www.hrpartners.com.au. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. hrpartners.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Manager

    Human Resources Manager A wonderful opportunity has presented itself to join our client located in the CBD during a time of exciting growth within business. They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support to the executive and local client group. You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers. As a key member of the Human Resources team and reporting directly to the Group Human Resources Manager, you will work closely with the Human Resources team, executive and your client group to deliver a range of HR activities. You will be responsible for the end to end implementation of strategic change initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day to day HR operations for your client group. Key areas of responsibility include Establishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the business Demonstrate strength in Employee RelationsIndustrial Relations. Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviews Actively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader business Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies. The successful candidate will have considerable experience within a similar roleenvironment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. You will be degree qualified in Business andor Human Resources and previous experience working within the services sector will be highly regarded. Please apply now using the ˜Apply Now™ button. Alternatively, please call Andrew Paatsch for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number 140388471, or apply direct at www.hrpartners.com.au. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. hrpartners.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner About ECMS ECMS is a large not for profit organisation with 70 sites delivering kindergarten and early learning care through services in Victoria. Our vision is a community where every child has the opportunity to be their best and where every parent, family and community is enriched by the experience of their childs learning. About the role Due to an internal promotion, we are seeking a HR Business Partner to join our People Capability team. Reporting to the Senior HR Business Partner, you will be responsible for providing business-focused, strategic and operational HR advice and services across your client groups. This will include coaching, managing performance and conduct, investigations, disciplinary actions, as well as the opportunity to get involved in a wide variety of projects. You will own and develop your own relationships with your client group and work in close partnership with the broader People Capability team. This ongoing full-time role is based at our Support Services office in Northcote. Travel to other sites across Melbourne will be required. About you Demonstrated experience as a HR Business Partner or Senior HR Advisor having worked in a multi-site and fast paced environment. You enjoy working on complex cases and being a problem solver. You are highly organised and resilient with a demonstrated ability to meet deadlines. You are customer focussed, consultative, and influential. You have strong coaching and mentoring skills with an early intervention focus. You want to work for an organisation that makes a difference to the lives of children. You love working with a close and committed team and being able to add value through your skills, knowledge and experience. Other requirements Current police check Working with Children Check ECMS is a Child Safe organisation and an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications that reflect the diverse communities we serve. Please apply by attaching a cover letter and CV. Contact Sharon Edwards, Senior HR Business Partner on 0499 800 778 to further discuss the position. Applications close by Sunday, 23 June 2019. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. www.ecms.org.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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