HR Specialist Jobs In Australia

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  • HR Coordinator(Mandarin Speaking)

    About us Founded in Australia in 2017, Access Corporate Group (Access) is an innovative cross-border brand management group with offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Hangzhou, China and more than 600 employees globally. At present, Access manages more than 20 brands and is committed to building a bridge for direct communications between quality brands and consumers around the world. Access is devoted to bringing global leading brands in health, beauty, and lifestyle to consumers to lead a better life every day. Responsibilities of this position will include the following · Support and assist in the recruitment of new staff · Conduct onboarding and exiting employee processes · Management of accurate and up-to-date employee records · Provide HR support for the entire employee cycle. · Assist all the HR related Paperwork, draftdevelop HR documents · Assist the HR Manager in all aspects of the HR Function Key Requirements A desire to build your career in HR · Show great initiative and be able to work unsupervised · Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy in work · Ability to work independently and the ability to adapt to changing priorities To apply, submit your updated resume and click on Apply Now.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner Our client is an established and reputable Global Client. They currently have a full time opportunity for an experienced HR Business Partner to join their team in Sydney to support their Australia and New Zealand HR requirements . You will report to the Head of HR in Japan and will also work closely with the Client Services Director in Sydney. You will be based at the companys head office located the Sydney, CBD. As the HR Business Partner you will manage the operational human resource requirements of the business by ensuring the most appropriate strategies and programs are developed and implemented. You will also provide strategic and operational HR advice to managers and employees. Your key responsibilities will include but are not limited to General HR Support Support strategic business growth “ new client implementations To engage with employees at all levels and be a highly credible and open HR leader consistently living the Client Group values and providing open and regular communication Use relevant policies, business rules, awards, procedures and legislation to provide human resource advise to managers and employees regarding recruitment, performance management, employee relations, conditions and benefits and employee support services. Proactively develop, update and maintain HR correspondence and documentation to ensure implementation and maintenance of best proactive HR procedures and compliant records management. Review and develop HR policies and procedures, drive HR best practice Participation in Asia Pacific initiatives and driving change across the organisation Employee engagement initiatives to grow morale, reduce turnover and encourage high performing employees Recruitment Coach supervisors and managers to use consistent recruitment processes and procedures in line with Company and legislative requirements Coordinate and work with managers to facilitate end to end recruitment including revision of Position Descriptions, Advertising, candidate application management, shortlisting, reference checking, selection, onboarding and induction plans. In consultation with the hiring manager, coordinate and support the inductionorientation for new employees Seek onboarding feedback from new employees and proactively assist with resolving any issues. Talent and Performance Management Co-ordinate the Performance Review process and provide advicesupport to managers and employees to ensure reviews are completed within agreed timelines. Build career and development plans with employees Support in identifying high potentials and growing our talent pools Handling of employee disciplinary and grievance matters such as conducting inquiry sessions, recommending employee dismissal, etc. HR and Administration Process, verify and maintain employee related documentation including employment contracts, recruitment and workers compensation Review, establish and maintain effective administrative employee filing and systems Management of HRIS system HR Reporting as required Payroll Manage co-ordination of Payroll for Australia and New Zealand Be the point of contact for outsourced payroll provider First point of contact for any initial employee payroll enquiries Ensure that payroll files are prepared and lodged within required monthly deadlines We are looking for candidates who possess the following Minimum 5 years HR experience Tertiary qualification in Human Resources andor Business Management Can work well autonomously Ability to use initiative and be proactive Strong organisation and time management skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to interpret legislation, rules and regulations as they relate to Human Resources, Industrial Relations and OHS Strong HR advisory experience, possessing true HR generalist skills Ability to exercise confidentiality at all times If you are interested in this role please apply now by submitting your application, or for more information email us at infoanythinghr.com.au Only suitable candidates will be contacted 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)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? How many years experience do you have as a human resources adviser?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Officer

    HR Officer A national association based in the heart of Sydney CBD is looking for a part time (22.5 hours per week) HR Officer for a temporary assignment until Christmas. The role starts immediately and could extend or go permanent for the right candidate. Duties of the role Provide advice, guidance and support to internal client groups on HR policy procedures Liaising with internal stakeholders and implementing a positive culture Coordinating salary reviews and surveys. Generate employment contracts and variation letters Auditing personnel files Adhoc HR admin projects Candidates being considered for this role will Have experience within a similar position in HR, recruiting or resourcing Be immediately available Have intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office skills Excellent communication skills both written and verbal A warm, friendly, outgoing personality with a genuine interest in people If you are an experienced HRrecruitment administrator looking for an immediate start please apply. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Jo Brown 0290934925 Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care, Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Officer

    HR Officer Job Role Our client is seeking a Part Time Human Resource Advisor who will be responsible for implementing and constantly maintaining an effective human resource management service across a medium sized association. This is a temporary contract looking to start immediately. Potential Temp to Permanent role. The HR Officer will provide great leadership skills in the field of employee relations, performance management as well as training and development. You will be responsible for all or parts of these areas Internal stakeholder liaison Implementing culture Coordinating salary surveys and bench marking salaries Employee orientation, development and training Develop and Implement key policies and procedures Handle all transactional Human Resource activities to fulfill organisational needs Building a sturdy relationship with employees, managers and the senior management team to ensure effective communication flow within the organisation Experience and Qualifications Ability to multi-task with strong analytical skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to work independently and proactively Sensitive to a diverse and cultural background Confident in liaising with professionals at all levels Great time management and organisational skills Leadership and interpersonal skills 3 Years Experience preferred HR Degree essential HRAdvanced System favourable If you have an extensive background in Human Resources and fulfil the above requirements, please apply for this role immediately. This is a temporary contract and the successful candidate must be able to start immediately. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Jo Brown 0290934925 Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care, Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior Human Resources Coordinator

    About us Dreamlines is the market leading Cruise online travel agency in Australia. Our main brands, CruiseAway and Cruise1st, operate in Australia for more than 15 years and show an incredible growth. As part of the Global Dreamlines group, active in more than 12 countries around the globe, we aim to be the world´s best place to book perfect cruise experiences. About the role The Senior Human Resources Coordinator is a full time permanent, stand-alone role that is responsible for the delivery of HR and recruitment services to the Dreamlines Australian business. Working closely with the local management team and head office HR team in Hamburg, the Senior Human Resources Coordinator will contribute to the business goals through a variety of generalist HR duties, including a large focus on recruitment, as well as HR administration, advice and HR project implementation. Key responsibilities Coordinating end-to-end recruitment activities HR administrative tasks, including preparing employment paperwork and other employment letters, facilitating onboarding and off boarding. Maintaining personnel records and associated human resource information systems Assist with and develop internal communication and change as required, for example maintaining company intranet content Provide advice and information to management on workplace relations policies and procedures, staff performance and disciplinary matters Assist local leadership team across performance management and employment termination requirements Implement necessary HR plans and projects at a local level Liaising with key internal and external stakeholders including recruitment agencies, internal department heads as well as any other relevant points of contact Developing, reviewing and implementing HR policies, procedures, and guidelines for the efficient and effective operations of the business Being the first point of contact for any employee inquiries relating to employment conditions, entitlements, pay roll or any other people issues. Undertaking investigations into internal grievances, complaints and claims as required Assist with payroll information or admin as required Providing advice and support for other ad-hoc HR duties. Benefits and Culture Great Work-Life Balance “ opportunity to work from home occasionally Friendly Teams “ A fun working environment with talented and friendly teams Fantastic Location “ Convenient office located in North Sydney, close to public transport. About You You must possess the following experience and skills to be considered for the role Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources Minimum of 3 year™s experience in a Generalist HR role with the ability to work autonomously Knowledge and experience in recruitment, HR administration, throughout understanding of The Fair Work Act, NES, modern awards and relevant legislations Excellent communication, interpersonal and influencing skills Exceptional organisation and time management skills Demonstrates the ability to deal with multiple, concurrent tasks, shifting priorities and an ability to meet changing needs while maintaining a positive attitude Ability to complete work in a timely manner with accuracy and attention to detail, with a high level of confidentiality Computer-savvy, and proficient with Microsoft software, such as Word, Outlook, SharePoint Full working rights in Australia. How to Apply To take the next step in your career, simply ˜Apply for this job™ via SEEK and attach a copy of your cover letter and resume. 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 coordinator? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Advisor, People & Culture

    Advisor, People Culture Our People Culture team have a unique opportunity for an Advisor to join their team on a 12-month fixed-term contract. This role will see you apart of a shared Advisor pool based in People Operations supporting managers and employees with day to day enquiries as well as supporting the People and Culture team on project-based activities linked to the PC Calendar. The Advisor will be aligned to a business unit, however, may be required to support other businesses to help balance team workload as the need arises. The role will see you establish and proactively manage stakeholder relationships internally through active participation in BU PC meetings driven by your willingness to understand and learn the key business to which your role is aligned. Providing second level PC support to management and employees, your duties will include but not be limited to Interpretation of Policies, Awards and EBA™s Redundancy and Redeployment coordination Probation management advice to managers Day to day performance management advice Daily reporting through Manager Process Career Job Framework Manager queries and job evaluation Training to People Managers e.g. via webinar and another tools Support PC Team in the following activities, including but not limited to Annual PC initiatives (e.g. Performance, Talent, SWP report) Active data review and clean-up projects Actively support any compliance related activities as it relates to employment Manage graduate rotation process within the assigned business A tertiary qualification in human resources or related field or experience in a HR discipline will see your success in the role. This will be complemented by your problem solving, and analytical skills along with your strength in building trust-based relationships with key stakeholders. You will have experience in an operational, fast-paced role where you are able to work with ambiguity and be solutions focused. Further, strong Excel skills and experience in providing meaningful data to the business will aid your success in this role. Your ability to influence others as well as adjust rapidly and frequently to new situations will also help you excel in the role. Above all, you will demonstrate Lendlease values and have a positive approach to your work. You will be a team player, innovative, supportive of team members and work towards positive business outcomes. Lendlease is a diverse, flexible and inclusive employer of choice. We engage, enable and empower our people. Inclusion sets all of us up for success. Advertising will close Tuesday 15th October 2019

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor

    HR Advisor Global leader in Travel Retail Exciting, varied and busy role We are looking for an experienced HR professional to provide human resources advice, guidance and assistance to our managers and staff for our New Zealand Business. Reporting to the Chief Human Resources Officer, you will draw on your sound knowledge of New Zealand and Australian employment legislation to develop and foster good industrial and employee relations. Focusing primarily on our New Zealand network, you will guide, assist and support with Employment relations and disciplinary matters Educating the business on HR trends The resolution of industrial issues andor grievances The development and implementation of HR policies The preparation of HR related correspondence Exit interviews Probationary review programs Salarywage administration The maintenancemanagement of employee records Functional meetings as HR representative, providing advice on people issues, motivation, cultural change position or role design. We™re not going to lie¦ There™s a lot of admin you™ll need to pay close attention to detail at every step. It™s a complex business It™s fast paced everyday flies past. You will have Completed an HR or related qualification At least 3 years experience in a human resources generalist role with previous experience dealing with New Zealand legislation Sound understanding of relevant employment legislation Demonstrated stakeholder management skills A confident and clear communication style Keen attention to detail Independence and initiative Good computer literacy Previous experience in the retail industry will be highly regarded We operate in a constantly evolving and fast paced retail environment where you will have the opportunity to challenge yourself and work with a dynamic team of dedicated professionals. You™ll work in a supportive but challenging environment, with great career progression opportunities, offices close to Sydney Airport with exciting views, a free onsite Gym and staff discounts in our stores. Lagardère Travel Retail Pacific is an international travel retail company that operates a number of exciting brands in Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia including Relay, Aelia Duty Free, NewsLink, Tech2Go, All Blacks, Whittakers, and The Bar. Our stores are located in dynamic environments including airports and commuter hubs, and we are a fast-paced organisation meeting the needs of people on the move. Experience new horizons, every day

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Assistant

    HR Assistant Entry level admin position Perfect first job for someone who has completed their school, VET or university studies Fun and friendly office based in Frenchs Forest Growth and career progression opportunity for the right candidate At Martinus Rail we believe that 1 great person = 3 good people, and that we all succeed when we unleash the potential in every one of us. A person that is the right cultural fit is as important as skills, knowledge and experience. We encourage learning and experimentation and out of the box thinking, and we know that fun is a vital element of an engaged and productive workplace. We value the importance of balance between work and family life and promote this philosophy through all of our workings. Job summary The HR Assistant will be responsible for assisting with recruitment and onboarding administrative tasks, HR database and systems maintenance and assistance with other administrative aspects of the HR function. This can be either a full time or part time position in our new Office in Frenchs Forest. With the opportunity to be mentored by the Human Resources Advisor, this is the perfect first role for someone starting their career journey who has an interest in generalist HR. Part time candidates must be available for a minimum of 3 days per week. Job tasks and responsibilities Maintenance of the organisations HR systems and platforms including setting up new employees, processing online forms, managing employee profile changes and uploading employee documentation Assisting the Recruitment Advisor with various tasks throughout the recruitment and selection process including reviewing resumes, setting up interviews, conducting reference checks Assisting with the onboarding process including issuing contracts and onboarding packs, filing new employee documents and setting up inductions Working with the HR Advisor on various HR projects as required Assisting with the up-keep of the office including maintaining stationery and kitchen supplies, setting up room for meetings, taking coffee orders for meetings, and tidying the meeting rooms and kitchen Providing ad-hoc administration support to the People and Culture team as required Knowledge, skills and attributes Entry level position - no previous working experience required Beginner to intermediate skills in Microsoft Office Suite Ability to prioritise tasks and work to competing deadlines Above average attention to detail Confident to communicate with a range of internal and external stakeholders Excellent organisational skills Ability to work autonomously as well as effectively as a team member Proactive in nature with ability to keep self accountable to tasks and responsibilities If you believe you would be well suited to this role based on the criteria above we welcome you to apply for the role.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Coordinator

    HR Coordinator We have been engaged by one of our premium clients in the education space. We are looking for a talented HR Coordinator to assist in recruitment activities to help ensure staff are recruited and in place to start according to the project deadlines. We are seeking a HR Coordinator to assist and coordinate recruitment activities to help ensure staff are recruited and in place to start accordingly. Ideal Skills and experience required Skilled in the use of TALEO Skilled at notetaking - able to touch type Good written and oral communication skills Recruitment experience. Experienced in writing interview guides and assessments and shortlisting Exceptional interpersonal skills Exceptionally organised and thorough Good eye for detail Experience working in public sector recruitment would be an advantage Key activities Help coordinate the screening and shortlisting of potential candidates with the recruitment team, updating Taleo and informing unsuccessful candidates of their unsuccessful application Help coordinate and prepare interview materials such as an interview guide and questions, interview feedback form and assessment activities Organise and coordinate the interview and assessment logistics e.g. drafting daily interview schedule and timetable, greeting candidates, escorting candidates to the meeting and printing of interview materials Attend actual interview and assessments with the panel, draft and collate interview notes, feedback from candidate interviews and completed interview feedback form Conduct reference checks with candidate referees and record referee feedback Any related administration activities and use of Taleo to support the activities listed above Modis is a national professional services company with global capability. Our committed and talented professionals have delivered world-class IT and business consulting services across a wide range of industries. As a member of the global professional services group Adecco, we offer world-class employment opportunities. If you think you have what it takes to thrive in this role and want to know more. Please reach out to me - Ellenor Terrado, Ellenor.terradomodis.com Due to new privacy laws regarding the collection and handling of personal information, all applications must be submitted online. Once you click on the œapply for this job button below you will be directed to our Online Centre where you will have the opportunity to read and agree to our Privacy and Consent statements and it will allow your details to be formally lodged and processed correctly. œModis is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to all forms of workforce inclusion. We actively invite and encourage applications by candidates from diverse backgrounds

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Coordinator

    Human Resources Coordinator As Australasias leading owner and operator of landmark luxury hotels, Stamford is committed to exceeding the highest expectations of excellence of all our guests. Stamford welcomes people who share this passion and who have a positive approach to simply exceptional service. Stamford Hotels and Resorts is currently seeking a Human Resources Coordinator to join our Sydney HR Team that works across two hotels the Stamford Plaza Sydney Airport and Sir Stamford at Circular Quay. The Role This is a generalist role with a wide range of responsibilities, which include recruitment, training development, work health and safety, payroll and handling general HR administration. Your day to day activities will be Updating HRIS Databases and HR Policies Procedures Assisting with Payroll Recruitment - Writing Advertisements, Screening Resumes, Setting up Conducting Interviews for line level employees Administrator new hire processes, on boarding and creating contracts Compiling induction kits organising orientation for new employees Organising staff awards and other staff monthly activities Responding to employees requests for statements of service earnings as well as taking responsibility for other general inquiries Organising and actively participating in WHS Committee meetings Assist with the workers compensation claims and return to work Performing general HR administrative duties as required What we need from you Performing general HR administrative duties as required Previous experience in hospitality industry is preferred Excellent communication skills, attention to details, good time-management and organisational ability plus a can-do attitude and hands on approach Great opportunity for a HR Administrator or fresh HR Graduate with some HR experience who is looking to take the next step into a Coordinator role Benefits Great employee discount on food beverage at all Stamford Hotels Resorts Dry cleaning for business attire Free duty meals Free parking Learning and development opportunities The successful candidate will also need to be working towards or qualified in the Human Resources field or related field, with a strong desire to grow and develop skills within the Human Resources and Hospitality Industry. The candidate must also be known for hisher demonstrated problem-solving skills and be computer literate. Stamford Hotels and Resorts welcomes people who share the passion of customer service and who have a positive approach to simply exceptional service, as well as those who take ownership and pride in what they do. How to Apply If you are interested in applying for the above position, please apply directly with the cover letter and CV. Please note we will ONLY be contacting candidates who are successful for an interview. The successful applicant must hold or be willing to obtain a National Police Clearance. Stamford Hotels and Resorts is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Administrator

    ROLE OVERVIEW This individual will support HR daily operational and administrative activities in HR generalist and Talent Development spectrum for ANZ region. The roll encompasses a wide range of HR transactional, coordination, systems-work and research tasks covering the following touchpoints but not limited to - Recruitment, Employees™ relations, Training, Performance Management, Employees™ benefit program, New Hires Leavers processing, Employer Branding Campaign, Mobility program, HR compliance and audit etc. The role provides a broad exposure in HR space, a good opportunity for individual who wish to progress into a more senior capacity as HRBP HR Advisor over a period of time. To be successful, the incumbent need to have good communication and soft-skills, enjoy research exploration work to find learn options solution, meticulous and ability to multi-task and prioritize work activities. To be effective in this role, the individual needs have the right people skills to invite influence collaborations and engagement with broad base stakeholders in ANZ as well as APAC region. RESPONSIBILITIES TASKS Recruitment “ interview scheduling with candidates and hiring managers, follow up feedback approvals, conducting background checks with Fit-2-Work, liaison with HR Ops and IT team to setup new hires in systems HR administration “ preparing HR related letters documents (role salary change, transfers promotions, employment verifications, employment termination clearance etc), generate compiling reports, maintain systematic filing Training - support with scheduling, enrollment, follow-up with participants, venue booking, logistics coordination, preparing training materials, compile consolidate feedback questionnaire Performance management “ support train managers and staff with COMPASS, handle inquiries, tracking completions, follow up reminders New hire inductions and onboarding (pre post joining) “ support HR and TD Managers, as requested Employee™s Exit Clearance “ ensure all exiting process and documentations are completed timely including systems terminations and collection of all company™s equipment and tools, where applicable. HR projects campaign initiative “ support HR and TD Managers, as requested Policies, Best Practice and Local labor law “ conduct research on HR topics when required, obtain periodic update on any changes in employment related legislations, stay connected with HR communities network to be aware of best practices in HR applications etc Employee™s Engagement Activities “ propose, plan and coordinate staff get-together events, year-end party, Town Hall etc. Explore research staff™s benefits program collaborations with 3rd parties, Assist to review, negotiate for preferential terms with vendors Staff benefits, Insurance, Workmen™s Compensation “ enrollment termination of Insurance policies when required. Renew update reporting Workmen™s Compensation, Research Compare Negotiate TCs on staff perks benefits items, Mobility program - support HR and TD Managers, as requested General admin coordination “ any related HR and TD activities, as requested SKILLS-SET EXPERIENCE Minimum 3-4 years relevant HR generalist experience in ANZ with mid-size international organizations some regional exposure IT Telco industries experience would be valuable Strong MS Office proficiency, enjoys systems process work tasks, Team player, proactive, meticulous and high integrity. Understanding and fulfillment of confidentiality requirements is key element Enjoy and thrive in multi-task work environment, adaptable to change and ability to prioritize and keeping to required deadline Good written and spoken English Good interpersonal skills, ability to communicate effectively and with tact You can also apply at httpstemenos.csod.comuxatscareersite4homerequisition2858?c=temenosga=2.243568517.1448766164.1569900757-1317321959.1520259524 The application form will include these questions How many years experience do you have as a human resources administrator? Do you have experience in an administration role? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • People Experience Lead (Human Resources)

    About us With offices in Sydney, Christchurch, Auckland, and Boulder, Trineo delivers custom technology solutions for global organiszations. Our work tackles system integration and data brokering, API development, and highly specific customer and employee applications. As an agile team, we present a complete service offering - with senior advisory services, product and project management, business analysis, UX, and engineering. We™re known for our ability to ship valuable work into production in complex and challenging environments. We believe the best work is done when everyone is aligned with shared values, no matter the different skill sets, experiences, and dreams we bring. Our culture is ever-changing, evolving with every new Trineo, but our ways of working are based on principles that remain steady. About the role Do you live and breath Human Resources, aka People Experience (PX), and know Work Rules like your favourite song? Then this is the opportunity for you Trineo is looking for another champion of people and culture to join our small but mighty PX team. This role is based in Sydney and will play an integral role in helping build out our PX function. The ideal candidate is passionate about everything PX but will have a focus on PX-related operations, processes, project management, systemsdatatechnology, and communications. What you™ll do Be the go-to person in our Sydney office on all matters related to PX and the office. Help shape all foundational people processes and tools through the right balance of employee experience, efficiency, scale, systems automation, and economics Be responsible for employee data integrity by tracking and updating internal information Manage multiple programsprojects involving cross-functional teams focused on the timely and successful delivery of a product or system Focus heavily on cross-functional communication to ensure key decisions and status surrounding PX initiatives are clear to all Assist our Finance team with payroll and benefits administration for the Sydney office Actively participate in the organisation of both local and other company events Manage contract and price negotiations with office vendors, suppliers, service providers Stock the office with supplies and food, catering, purchasing equipment, etc. Continuously seeking improvement through assessing current office trends and providing feedback accordingly Assist with the execution of our local hiring plan including interviews and onboarding. Requirements About you A passion for people and the ability to go above and beyond to deliver a great employee experience An ability to proactively move the needle in a sometimes ambiguous and dynamic environment Proven experience and sound working knowledge of the HRPX, Office Management or Administrative Support discipline A collaborative mindset with a focus on teamwork, transparency and open communication Detail-oriented with strong analytics skills Excellent written, presentation, and interpersonal communication skills The ability to plan and manage projects and complex cases that span multiple weeksmonths. A good hold on Confluence and the Google Suite The ability to deal with sensitive matters Managing the office and daily tasks of an office manager (clerky stuff) doesnt bother you Youre not afraid to go find the answer or have a creative mindset to solve issues You embrace change Familiarity with Australian benefits, payroll and policies, as well as willingness to learn about it Excellent time management, organisational, planning and prioritisation skills. Were an agile, dynamic company and this job description isnt meant to be a complete list of your qualifications or all of the things youll do. Benefits Training Development Free Food Snacks Employee Assistance Program - Counseling Flexible hours Massages Mental Wellness

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Support Officer

    What you will do HR Assistance Provide administrative support for HR Managers Organize, compile, update company personnel records and documentation Manage and update HRIS (Human Resource Information System) with different information such as new hires, terminations, sick leaves, warnings, vacation and days off Help in payroll management, preparation and payment Prepare, manage and update HR policies and procedures Answer employees™ questions and provide requested information Maintain schedule and coordinate calendar and staff engagement activities Assist HR Manager in recruitment and selection process Create HR and Admin reports for Senior Manager. Help organize and manage new employee orientation, on-boarding, and training programs Updating and maintaining employee benefits, employment status, and similar records Maintaining records related to grievances, performance reviews, and disciplinary actions Completing termination paperwork and assisting with exist interviews Assist HR Manager in delivery HR projects like HRIS implementation, training, change management. Manage workers compensation and provide information to insurance. Administration Corporation Event Coordination Record Management Filing What you will have Proven experience as an Office Manager, or Administrator HR support Great curiosity to connect with people Proficiency in MS Office (MS Excel and MS Outlook, in particular) Experience of using and participating HRIS implementation is a bonus Contract management experience Attributes Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work communicate effectively across the business at all levels Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritise work Attention to detail with great organisation skills is a must Problem-solving skills proactive attitude People-oriented work with peer group as a good team player Good command of both verbal written English Outgoing personality is ideal If youre passionate about HR, experienced in HR Administration, wiling to grow your experience through HR transformation projects, this is the right opportunity for you Apply today, interview next week 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? How many years of in house recruitment experience do you have?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Advisor

    Human Resources Advisor Flexible, part time Award winning B2B Technologies has been delivering best in class business solutions for our customers for over 30 years. Our success is attributable to the quality of our people and a culture that inspires high performance and loyalty. As part of our ongoing investment in our people, we have created the opportunity for an experienced Human Resources Advisor to provide operational HR advice and services across the business. As Human Resources Advisor your responsibilities will include delivering effective and efficient HR activities and programs establishing and maintaining employee records via databases and appropriate frameworks providing hands on support for recruitment processes supporting the development and implementation of workplace policies and procedures managing the performance review process advising on employee relations matters The role will suit a strong HR generalist with experience as a HR Advisor Business Partner in a medium sized business. The ability to communicate effectively, build rapport and create an environment of trust is essential, as is a positive, ˜roll your sleeves up™ attitude. To apply click the button below. Please include your resume plus a cover letter outlining why you would be successful in the role. The application form will include these questions How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of OHSWHS?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • National HR Business Partner - Business Support

    National HR Business Partner - Business Support Boral seek a collaborative HR professional to partner with the business and facilitate generalist HR outcomes. Key to your success will be your knowledge and application of contemporary HR practices, ability to develop effective working partnerships and desire to ensure a better experience for our employees and leaders. In return, we provide a working environment that is safe, supportive and dynamic with a clear focus on continually encouraging and developing our people. Reporting directly into the General Manager HR - Business Support this role will Partner with leaders to provide quality HR advice, support and coaching on a wide range of people related issues Provide support to build both leadership and organisational capability Manage key activities including annual performance and remuneration reviews, change and engagement initiatives and ad hoc projects. Ideal candidates will have success across Demonstrated ability to drive employee engagement and culture Constructive style and ability to build relationships and positively influence stakeholders Working collaboratively as part of a team Manage and resolve day to day and complex issues Qualifications Experience Bachelor™s degree in Human Resources, Business, Commerce, or Psychology 5 - 8 years generalist HR partnering experience Excellent communication skills Coaching, facilitation skills desirable Knowledge and understanding of Australian industrial relations framework Job Evaluation certification (Mercer) Understanding of policy interpretation, remuneration and benefits and organisational design. Strong customer focus and positive disposition We look forward to receiving your application and exploring how we can partner with you to build your career. Please press APPLY or visit httpcareers.boral.com.au. www.boral.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • People and Development Manager

    About the business Bravure Pty Ltd, is built on over 18 years of groundbreaking innovation, deep experience, and consistent outcomes. Bravure develops and executes strategies that help our partners solve their most complex challenges within collections and debt recovery. Role overview Reporting directly to the Managing Director you will be responsible for all HR items including performance management, recruitment, retention and engagement. Establishing sound relationships and engaging with senior leaders across the business Participate and contribute as a change leader in line with the businesses growth and change strategies. Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Play a key role in defining the culture and developing a high performing team In order to be successful in this role you will be Tertiary qualified in HR, andor Business Minimum 2 years HR consultant andor generalist experience Be able to communicate complex ideas and concepts in an intelligible, common sense manner to a broad audience as well as listen and interpret stakeholder needs to ensure their requirements are met Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal Sound understanding of Australian employment legislation, Health Safety and HR best practice You will get the opportunity to work with senior leadership and make an impact. If you™re looking for an opportunity to demonstrate your ability and define your career in a challenging and rewarding environment, then this role is for you. 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 development manager? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Specialist

    HR Specialist COSTCO WHOLESALE AUSTRALIA Competitive Wages Based at Head Office - Lidcombe, Sydney Description of position Uses independent judgment and discretion to interpret and administer the Employee Agreement and Company policies and procedures. Ability to interpret employment law legislation and Awards. Develops training materials. Presents training programs to groups of employees or managers. Communicates daily with employees, managers, and executives on Employee Agreement and employment issues. Tasks and responsibilities Acts as subject matter expert for location management in the interpretation of the Employee Agreement andor Company policies and procedures. Keeping abreast of industrial relations issues and legislation changes and reviewing our procedures to ensure we are compliant. Assist with the review of the Employee Agreement and have the ability to interpret the relevant Awards, work with the HR Director for EA negotiations and bargaining meetings. Drafts various written communications, including letters and position statements. Uses independent judgment and discretion to interpret, create, apply and communicate Costco policy and procedure. Develops a strong working relationship with AWMs Admin, Admin Managers, Payroll Clerks, Location Managers, Vice Presidents, and Executives. Develop, implement and run reports on a periodic and as needs basis for internal and external reporting (eg. Government EEO reporting). Assist in auditing HR related matters. Designs, creates and edits effective training materials such as online and blended learning courses, assessments, videos, job aids, instruction guides, documentation. Addresses and helps to resolve complex personnel questionsissues. Assists to conduct thorough and impartial internal investigations. Develops, presents, and facilitates training on HR topics. Complete goalsprojects according to pre-determined deadlines. HR system “ maintain and look for opportunities within the people systems to drive efficiencies for the business and maintain compliance. Administration of warehouse general certifications, licences and registrations “ ensuring we are compliant at all times. Travel and accommodation bookings. Works within a team environment to accomplish departmental goals. Travel required, many times on short notice. Assists in other areas of the department and company as needed. Required skills, abilities, and certifications Ability to maintain confidentiality successful past performance in dealing with confidential and sensitive issues. Proven strong verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to adjust communication to a particular situation and all levels of senior management, management, employees, and outside vendors, including attorneys. Proven ability to write and verbally communicate in a clear, logical, and concise manner. Solid understanding of policies contained in the Employee Agreement. Previous Costco management or supervisory experience or comparable HR experiencetraining. Proficient in Google and Google Docs, Presentation, and Spreadsheet. Excellent evaluation and information collection skills, including ability to conduct a thorough analysis. Proven competency to manage conflict and strong negotiating skills. Excellent organisationaltime management abilities with a high level of attention to detail. Proven ability to maintain thoroughness and accuracy while meeting deadlines. Positive professional demeanor, dependable, and self motivated ability to remain calm in stressful situations and to be flexible to handle change. Recommended skills, abilities, and certifications High Certificate Completed Graduate study in business management, HR or related field Succesfull candidate is subject to satisfactory Criminal Record Check. Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner Creating fresh award-winning meals and delivering outstanding service, dnata catering is Australia™s largest inflight catering company. With a geographically diverse footprint, the company employs over 3,000 people across 11 cities, produces over 25 million meals and services over 250 thousand flights each year. Offering a suite of services, dnata catering is more than an inflight caterer, managing buy-on-board catering programs, providing inflight retail solutions and operating airport lounges. Parent company dnata - part of the Emirates Group “ is one of the world™s largest air services providers. Established in 1959, the company ensures the aviation industry operates smoothly and efficiently in 127 airports. Offering ground handling, cargo, travel, and inflight catering services in 85 countries across six continents, dnata is a trusted partner for over 300 airline customers around the world. Each day, the company handles over 1,800 flights, carries over 8,450 tonnes of cargo, assists over 243,000 passengers, books over 21,000 hotel stays and uplifts over 320,000 meals. The Opportunity You will be one of four state HR Business Partners, supported by a HR Officer. In this role you will be responsible for managing all local HR issues within your business unit and implementing strategic HQ project initiatives to ensure one way of work. The scope of your role will include recruitment, learning development, ERIR matters, workplace investigations, grievance handling, conflict management, policy procedure implementation and termination processes. This is a full-time permanent role based in Sydney. Key Responsibilities Strategic HR Project implementation Policy implementation, advice and compliance Legislative compliance Business Unit HR support Grievance handling, conduct performance management Recruitment Managing absenteeism fitness for work Union Liaison Training and Development. Selection Criteria Demonstrated success in a similar role Relevant Australian tertiary qualifications in Human Resources Current knowledge of the National Employment Standards Strong interpersonal skills Award and EBA interpretation skills and experience Conflict and performance management skills and experience Skilled communicator both written and verbal Effective coach and mentor. Benefits Flexible working arrangements Competitive pay rates Career advancement opportunities Company benefits and incentives “ including up to 5 weeks™ annual leave for full-time employees and discounted private health insurance Supportive and friendly team environment If this sounds like you and you have drive, passion and experience to add value to this organisation, please apply. Applications close on 28th October Ensure you include a cover letter addressing the key criteria in the Position Description. We welcome applications from candidates across all states. The successful candidate is responsible for covering her his own relocation expenses. We thank all applicants in advance as only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview. No applications from recruitment agencies will be accepted. Mascot 2020 NSW

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor (12 month contract)

    We™re searching for a Human Resources Advisor to join our HR Support team on a 12 month contract. You will provide high quality administrative HR support and guidance to employees and leaders across Foxtel. If you™re looking for a junior HR role where you can develop your skills, and you have a passion for the media and entertainment industry, this could be the role for you. Your mission Providing interpretation and advice to employees and leaders regarding policies, programs, Award agreements, processes and practices through phone support or via our case management system (ServiceNow) Redirect, assign or escalate employee or leader queries as appropriate Processing HR Transactions, including the preparation of employment contracts, letters, including distribution and collection etc. Data maintenance in our HRIS (PeopleSoft) Supporting our HR Generalists Business Partners as required for specific projects and initiatives that occur from time to time Other activities including but not limited to, policy maintenance, invoice processing, subpoena request data gathering, HR Support SharePoint and intranet updates management and maintenance Provide transactional support during cyclical HR programs e.g. remuneration reviews Identify ongoing process improvement opportunities for HR support team Support Talent Acquisition team when required with overflow, i.e. phone screening, reference checks Your capability 1+ year of experience in a Human Resources role Ideally experience in using HR PeopleSoft and ServiceNow Excellent organisation and administration skills - able to carefully manage your workload and time to meet the expectations of different stakeholders Excellent attention to detail - able to spot inconsistencies and inaccuracies in information and suggest solutions Excellent communication skills, strong customer service orientation and must be a team player Intermediate MS Office skills including Word, PowerPoint and Excel ability to learn new systems and processes quickly Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills - able to respond accurately and appropriately to queries in a timely manner Knowledge of human resources organisational policies, practices and Award interpretation Working for Foxtel Foxtel™s purpose is to bring home Australia™s most valued entertainment experience. Whether it™s a blockbuster sports match, a must-see reality episode, an election special, the newest hit movie or the most ambitious drama, Foxtel brings together the best of TV and on demand for our customers. Working at Foxtel means being part of something different, better, special. We put our customers first, we own it, we™re authentic, we focus on changing the game, and we win together. What™s in it for you? We have a benefits program with something for everyone, but we™re in the entertainment business, so what would a Foxtel benefits program be without a free Foxtel subscription and discounted broadband Above all, we™re passionate about entertainment and, if you are too, you™ll love working with us. So if you™re excited about this opportunity, please click ˜Apply now™.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor / HR Generalist (Mandarin speaking)

    About Us KVB Kunlun Group is an international financial services corporation with operations or offices in Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne, Hong Kong, Toronto, Taipei and Singapore. We pride ourselves on our professional and disciplined approach to financial markets. We offer a unique combination of international strength and local flexibility that has helped propel our rapid global expansion and placed us at the vanguard of international global financial services. About the Role We are currently seeking a dedicated and hands-on HR Advisor, responsible for day-to-day HR operations in Australia in line with company strategy, policies and local regulations. The main job responsibilities include but not limited to Responsible for all HR functions such as recruitment, performance management, ERIR and providing confident HR advice to management and employees Process fortnightly payroll for 30 employees Generate monthly payroll report Own local WHS function Maintain employee files in the HR system and preparing reports for Hong Kong HQ when required. Review, implement, and monitor appropriate HRCompany policies and procedures Ideal candidates should come with Tertiary qualified in HR, andor Business Minimum 2 years local HR generalist experience preferably in financialprofessional services firms Be able to communicate complex ideas and concepts in an intelligible, common sense manner Sound understanding of Australian employment legislation, Health Safety and HR best practice Solid knowledge of employment laws and relevant industrial instruments in Australia Well-developed written and spoken communication skills in both English and Mandarin Eligible to work in Australia with a valid working Visa. Interview starts immediately. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. 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? How many years of payroll experience do you have? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • People & Culture Business Partner

    People Culture Business Partner Exciting opportunity to join Australia™s largest specialty retailer Your proactive approach passion for people will see you thrive in this role Amazing development career opportunity We are on the hunt for an experienced People Culture Business Partner to join our fast-paced and dynamic People Culture team. Reporting directly to the Head of People Culture, this is an opportunity to work closely with our Retail Operations Support Centre Teams, supporting our nine brands across Australia New Zealand. Noni B Group is an ASX-listed ANZ retail group and consists of the well-loved Noni B, Rockmans, Beme, W. Lane, Crossroads, Katies, Millers, Autograph and Rivers fashion brands, with over 1400 stores across Australia New Zealand. Our mission is to help our customers express their love of life, embracing the truth that every occasion is a special occasion worth feeling fabulous for. At a time when the business is focused on improving the way we engage with our people, now is an exciting time to join the team About the role The purpose of this role is to partner closely with the business, especially our Retail Operations teams, in order to execute high quality strategic people initiatives across the group. You will provide thoughtful, detailed, proactive support to our internal customers and will deliver innovative practical people solutions to the business. Part of your focus will be providing guidance, expertise and coaching in managing employment relations issues, including mediations, disputes, disciplinary and grievance matters, investigations and injury management. This role is full-time and is based in our new Support Office in Rosebery in Sydney, just south of the CBD. About you You™ll have at least 3 year™s experience in a similar role in a large, fast-paced, multi-site business, and be great at influencing through collaborative relationships that support leaders in delivering change initiatives. You will have experience working with all levels of the business, from senior managers to team members, with success building engagement, increasing productivity and performance. You are not afraid of having difficult conversations and will be a true champion of the Noni B Group values. You are a conceptual problem solver, are organised and driven to provide exceptional service to our internal customers. You™ll be systems and data driven, with experience creating and analysing HR metrics to identify emerging trends in order to proactively manage issues initiatives. You™ll need a strong understanding of Australian employment legislation and relevant tertiary qualifications. What™s in it for you A great team culture and a supportive work environment Career development prospects across a multi-brand group A competitive salary and generous team member discounts If this sounds like you, Apply Now We would like to thank you in advance for your application and interest. Please note that due to the high volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Recruiters will not be considered for this role. We live by our values CUSTOMERS ARE AT THE HEART OF EVERYTHING WE DO INSPIRE AND MOTIVATE EACH OTHER OWN WHAT YOU DO GO ABOVE AND BEYOND KNOW AND SHARE AND TALK MORE The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Administration Assistant

    Temporary Full Time Opportunity - up until February 2020 About the role An exciting temporary full-time opportunity (up until February 2020) has arisen for an enthusiastic individual to join our positive and dedicated Human Resources team as the HR Administrator Assistant. This position is a key support role across the Human Resources department. Reporting to the Workplace Relations Manager, your main responsibilities will include assisting and supporting the HR team by providing efficient and timely administrative assistance in the delivery of HR services, projects and consultancy to the organisation. About the person To achieve this, you will have minimum 2 years experience in a similar role within an administration function. You will also have previous experience using various systems and software packages, including TechOne and TRIMHPRM. What™s on offer We are offering an attractive salary from 57,897 per annum plus super. Parramatta City Council also offer excellent employee benefits which can be accessed by the successful candidate. Want to know more? Further information regarding the requirements of this role can be found in the attached Position Description, alternatively for a confidential discussion please contact Emma Simpson on (02) 9806 5706. How to apply Candidates MUST apply online at httpwww.parracity.nsw.gov.auworkworkwithusemployment and answer the position selection criteria. Applications close 4pm, Friday 4th October 2019 and will not be accepted through any other medium. This position requires the preferred candidate to undergo a Criminal History Records check. A criminal history does not necessarily disqualify a prospective candidate from selection. The City of Parramatta supports a Drug and Alcohol free working environment and employees may be subject to random testing as a result. The diverse culture at City of Parramatta is a source of strength. We have an inclusive working environment with employees from a variety of backgrounds. We acknowledge that diversity in our workforce increases the effectiveness of teams and our capacity for innovation. If you would like to know more, or require assistance with our recruitment process, please email DiversityCoPcityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au. Please note you must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident or have unlimited working rights in Australia to apply for this position.

    location Parramatta, New South Wales


  • People & Culture Coordinator, ANZ

    People Culture Coordinator, ANZ We attribute our success of being one of Australias leading suppliers of air conditioning products, to our people. Fujitsu General prides itself on our values of Act Positively, Show Respect, Strive for Excellence, Safety First, Value Teamwork and Take Ownership (PRESTO). These values are reflected in our communications, activities and interactions and are the foundation for our strong culture and leadership style. About the Role. Working in a team of three, most of your time will be spent on engagement We are responsible for driving the culture and strategic development of our fantastic people. Located in a brand-new facility at Eastern Creek and reporting to the Head of People Culture ANZ and working closley with the PC Advisor, some responsibilities include Looking after employee relations Responsible for driving communication on our intranet Looking after our goal platform intelliHR Coordinating compliance activities such as policies etc Handling recruitment processes from advertising to pre-employment checks to offers, onboarding, and if needed exit interviews Involvement in the interview and selection process Organising training and team building events Coordinating the annual engagement survey Preparing the presentation for the all staff meeting Producing the monthly payroll for Australia and New Zealand Assisting with the payroll month end process for Finance Assisting with the annual review process Producing monthly reports as required Working on projects as required About You To be successful in this position you are driven, extroverted, energetic, proactive, self-managed and can build strong relationships. You will also be able to handle confidential information and show the right balance of compassion and strength. You would have had 12 months experience in a similar position along with qualifications in HR. What™s on offer A competitive salary, along with ongoing training and long-term career development Smart casual dress code Standing desks, a gym and commercial kitchen Remote working opportunities (post probation) Additional benefits such as birthday leave and shopping discounts Successful candidates will be required to undertake a pre-employment medical and extensive background checks. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • People and Culture Advisor

    People and Culture Advisor PEOPLE CULTURE ADVISOR We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced People Culture Advisor to join our People Culture team in Sydney. About the firm Russell Kennedy Aitken Lawyers is a commercial law firm with more than 270 people in Melbourne and Sydney. At Russell Kennedy Aitken Lawyers, we are committed to providing exceptional legal strategies and solutions to our clients, guided by market leading expertise across our key sectors of focus. We are very proud of our culture and we work hard to recruit like-minded professionals who will suit the needs and expectations of our clients and our collegiate atmosphere. We encourage a professional and committed work ethic, while recognising the importance of an enjoyable working environment and balanced lifestyle. Russell Kennedy Aitken Lawyers promotes a workplace culture that actively embraces and fosters diversity and inclusion. Our aim is to support a culture where individuals of all backgrounds and abilities feel included and confident in bringing their whole selves to work, and where their talents are fostered, empowering them to contribute to the success of the firm. Russell Kennedy Aitken Lawyers is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is certified as a WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality and is committed to attracting the best talent available and is open to discussing flexible work arrangements for all of our listed vacancies. Primary Duties and Responsibilities Recruitment Recruitment of permanent, contractors, temporary and casual staff (Non-legal and Legal at all levels to Principal level). Responsibilities include, but are not limited to Consultation with People Culture DirectorManager in regards to the Sydney office recruitment needs. Utilising the firm™s online recruitment system including uploading all positions, updating as necessary and closing of jobs. Drafting position descriptions. Liaising with recruitment agencies. Conducting interviews and recommending short-listed candidates. Coordinating and conducting reference checks. Preparation of employment contracts and employment forms for all Sydney positions. Induction Conduct formal induction presentations for new employees on the firm™s policies, procedures and systems and office tours. Preparation and maintenance of induction manuals. Exit interviews Probationary meetings Conduct exit interview and probationary meetings. Performance Management Facilitate the performance management process for legal and non-legal employees in consultation with the People Culture Director Manager. Payroll Leave Maintenance of the People Culture payroll spreadsheets, including new starters, leavers, change of details amendments (eg. Staff salary changes, staff employment hours, deductions etc). Record leave for the Sydney office in conjunction with the People Culture Coordinator in Melbourne). Learning Development Send invitations for training using the learning management system (LMS). Collating appropriate training manuals when required. Booking training rooms and liaising with internal and external providers and presenters. Assist with the coordination of the in-house training calendar, record and maintain an attendance register for all internal sessions. Prepare and distribute LD feedback forms (via survey monkey). Assist with the administration of the LMS as required including reporting etc. Assist with the preparation and delivery of training including compliance, skills based and systems training etc. People Culture Administration support Coordination of the yearly renewal of the Practising Certificates of the firm™s legal practitioners, in conjunction with the People Culture Coordinator and Finance team. Record ongoing temporary employee costs. Communication of staff changes such as new starters, transfers and leavers. Maintain People Culture spreadsheets and information generally. Any other duties as required. General In consultation with the People Culture DirectorManager, oversee the resolution of any People Culture issues confronting staff. Process WorkCover claims and keep accurate records of all relevant documentation. Interpretation of Legal Services Award, when changes are made updating of relevant documents and contracts. Coordinate parental leave, including confirmation of dates of leave, follow up of relevant documentation, confirmation of Centrelink entitlements, arranging cover where necessary, and planning and coordinating return to work programs. Administer flexible working arrangement requests - liaise with Team Leaders Managers and direct reports in relation to accommodating requests and follow up at the end of the trial period to confirm the arrangement. Coordination of Work Experience programs. Run focus groups and new initiatives arising from firm wide engagement survey. Coordination of social activities for the Sydney office in conjunction with Practice Manager. Participate in People Culture activities generally across the firm. Coordination of staff recognitions awards and firm events. Assist with ad hoc projects i.e. implementation of new systems. The successful candidate will have degree or equivalent qualification in HR and have 4+ years experience in a similar role withing a professional services environment. Our Culture Russell Kennedy Aitken Lawyers promotes a workplace culture that actively embraces and fosters diversity and inclusion. Our aim is to support a culture where individuals of all backgrounds and abilities feel included and confident in bringing their whole selves to work, and where their talents are fostered, empowering them to contribute to the success of the firm. Russell Kennedy Aitken Lawyers is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and is certified as a WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality. Russell Kennedy Aitken Lawyers is committed to attracting the best talent available and is open to discussing flexible work arrangements and workplace adjustments for all of our listed vacancies. Any questions regarding the vacancy can be directed to Leanda Nissen on (03) 9609 1523. For further information or to submit your application for this position please visit the careers page on our website. If you need assistance applying for this role, please contact us on the above details. Please note any offer of employment made by Russell Kennedy Aitken Lawyers to the successful candidate will be subject to a police check. We are currently accepting applications from direct applicants only. No agency referrals will be accepted at this stage, however, we will accept referrals from Disability Employment Service providers.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • People and Culture Adviser

    People and Culture Adviser People Culture Advisor Permanent role, newly created “ flexible hours, part-time and full-timers please apply Based in Alexandria, a stroll away from Green Square station Generous salary package fantastic workplace culture About the Organisation This organization needs no introduction “ OzHarvest has flourished from grassroots beginnings into a well-established and highly regarded not for profit organization committed to Nourishing Our Country. With this mission in mind, OzHarvest core activities revolve around reducing food waste, educating the public and engaging the community. About the Role It takes a team of passionate, committed individuals to achieve what this organization has done, and this People and Culture Advisor role will play a key part in nurturing their unique family culture. Partnering with the Head of People Culture, this role fills an essential need in the organization. Key Responsibilities Create and execute employee engagement initiatives “ nurture and develop a high performing and unique culture Manage the talent acquisition process from end to end “ delivering excellent service at each touchpoint Implement continuous improvement in recruitment practices and internal systems Ad hoc project support, deliver on outcomes that support the People and Culture operational goals Provide advice and support to internal stakeholders, for example, awards, grievances, and performance management Administrative support, maintaining and updating the internal database as needed Essential Requirements A degree in Human Resource Management or relevant work experience is essential Experience in an HR Generalist role with exposure to recruitment, supporting a large team Strong working knowledge of FairWork, State and Federal employment laws Excellent communication, negotiation and presentation skills Experience with various HR systems (recruitment, LD, and HR), processes and procedures Highly developed interpersonal skills Benefits Join an organization that describes itself as a family and support a compelling cause. This is a rare opportunity to bring your experience into a newly created role and completely make it your own. Work in a fast-paced, dynamic and fluid work culture that values growth and innovation. How to Apply To be considered for this position please apply now with your resume. If you have any further questions, please contact Rhonda Newman at rhondabeaumontpeople.com.au or Diana Linde at dianabeaumontpeople.com.au at Beaumont People. There is no closing date for this role, please apply as soon as possible as all applications will be reviewed as they are received. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Rhonda Newman Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships, Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Advisor

    Permanent Full Time (Monday to Friday) Sydney CBD office - Start ASAP Great salary + Super+ Performance based bonus (Depends on related experience) Currency Select has been helping global hospitality businesses maximize their revenue performance. Currency Select - a Global Blue Company, offers industry-leading payments and integrated management Software, Services, and Revenue generation products to the hospitality and travel industries. We are looking for an experienced HR Advisor, to act as a business partner for Australia by embedding company HR strategy and by providing professional HR guidance and support to relevant internal client groups with the objective to add value to the business. Key responsibilities The HR Advisor acts as a consultant to both employees and managers and is the point of contact for all day to day HR advice and recruitment support for the business. Reporting to the Vice President “ Human Resources -APAC, you will partner with senior leaders, corporate functions such as Finance, IT, Operations, Customer Relationship, Sales Marketing. You will be responsible for employee relations and performance management advice, coaching managers through change. A key component will also be in recruitment which will include sourcing, selection and onboarding. You will also support the office in basic office administrative and company event needs. Skills and experience Tertiary qualified in HR, andor Business. A minimum of 2 years local HR Generalist experience with a strong background in recruitment. Enjoy hands on operational HR work. A strong advisor, providing high quality HR advice and coaching. Supporting the development and implementation of workplace policies and procedures. Flexible, adaptable and happy to take on extra tasks as and when needed. Experience working in a matrix structure. Excellent interpersonal organisational skills. Able to use HRIS “ Workday system will be an added advantage. Work closely with centralised HR Team. People-oriented work with peer group as a good team player. An exceptional communicator on all levels, possess excellent organisational skills and high attention to details. Strong work ethic which will allow you to thrive in the fast-paced environment. Interested? In the first instance, please send over your COVER LETTER and RESUME in a WORD FORMAT from the link below. Only the shortlisted candidate will be contacted. For more information on Currency Select, please visit our website at www.currencyselect.com 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? How many years of recruitment experience do you have? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor - Fink Restaurant Group - Surry Hills, Sydney

    HR Advisor - Fink Restaurant Group - Surry Hills, Sydney About Fink Fink is a family-owned company with strong values built on Quality, Excellence, Industry, Innovation and of course, Family. Fink has successfully operated hotels, restaurants, theatres and bars for more than five decades. With an unrivalled reputation for presenting excellence and passion in the Australian dining scene, this is a quality-driven business that offers a breadth of dining experiences. The Fink portfolio is united by a common vision of excellence in hospitality and service. Who we are By joining our team, you will become a part of one of the country™s leading restaurant groups, Fink. Offering attractive staff benefits, competitive salary and opportunities for development and career progression, Fink is a well-established, stable employer, with a passion for discovering, training and championing emerging talent within the hospitality industry. Position Available Human Resources Advisor The Role Based at Fink Head Office in Surry Hills, you will be responsible for ensuring Fink meets all its legal HR compliance obligations. You will provide accurate and timely advice and support to senior managers and staff in relation to all HR matters, including current employment legislation and awards, Fink policies and processes, employee relations, staff retention and performance management and through the efficient management of the administrative function of the department. Key Duties and Responsibilities Review and implement the company wage and salary structure and pay policies to ensure compliance. Ensure Fink meets all legal WHS obligations through a managed WHS program. Managing incident reporting and workers compensation cases Ensure Fink complies with all legal immigration and work visa obligations and provide advice and assistance to managers and staff on all matters relating to work visas. Work alongside the Talent Recruiter to coordinate the employment process from the time of job offer. Ensure managers know how to successfully, ethically and legally communicate with employees. Monitor and advise managers in the performance management process and disciplinary system. Facilitate training programs for staff. Maintain an efficient, accurate and compliant administration system. What we are looking for Bachelor Degree in Human Resources andor minimum 3 years relevant experience in a similar position. Thorough understanding of the Restaurant Industry Award 2010. Detailed understanding of work visa conditions and restrictions. Knowledge of WHS laws and practices. Confident, tenacious and dynamic personality. Exceptional attention to detail. Well organised and self-motivated. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proven ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines. Sound understanding of the restaurant industry. Computer literacy (excel, word, outlook, Mailchimp) The Benefits Career progression and development Competitive salary Dining discounts On the job training Fink staff benefits program providing access to outstanding benefits and discounts Please apply with your CV along with a Cover Letter explaining why you think youre right to this position. 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 Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor

    HR Advisor Permanent opportunity Professional services CBD location Amazing opportunity to join a professional services company in the Sydney CBD as HR advisor. In this role you will be the first point of contact for all HR queries. The team you are working with is very collaborative and the HR department is very well respected in this company. As HR advisor you have your own client group that you are responsible for. You will be their dedicated HR contact and you will advise the senior stakeholders in this group on policies and procedures, but also coach the managers on performance management and employee relations. To be successful in this position you have at least 3 years HR experience. You are a loyal employee which can be seen from the tenure on your resume. You have experience with advising stakeholders on policies and procedures and you have finished at least a bachelors degree. If this sounds like you, please apply following the link below or send your resume including motivation to sdietvorsthrpartners.com.au. For a confidential conversation, please call Shirley Dietvorst on 02 9019 1600. We look forward to hearing from you. hrpartners.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner Permanent opportunity CBD location Professional services Career development This is the perfect opportunity for a HR advisor to step into a business partner role. Working together with the HR manager you will be responsible for your own client group of around 500 employees. The HR manager has been in the business for most of his HR career and is a real mentor, ready to share all his HR knowledge with you. In the team there are three more business partners you work with. All are very collaborative and look forward to having another business partner on board. In this role you are the first point of contact for all the employees and senior stakeholders. You advise them on policies and procedures, but also on ER cases that are coming in. You are their go-to person and will partner with the different managers in the business. To be successful in this role you have experience as HR advisor for at least 2 years with a finished HR degree. You have worked in bigger businesses before and have great communication skills. You have experience in handling ER cases and ready for your next step. If this sounds like you, please reach out to Shirley Dietvorst by using the link below or send your resume to sdietvorsthrpartners.com.au. Alternatively, you can reach Shirley on 02 9019 1600. We look forward to hearing from you. hrpartners.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Coordinator

    HR Coordinator The Role As a HR Coordinator, you will be the first point of contact with regards to systems, processes and general HR queries. Partnering with various internal stakeholders, you will understand their challenges and deliver accurate information for overall support. Key Responsibilities Collaborating closely with the payroll team to resolve queries Coordinating recruitment activities and supporting the team with the selection process Deliver accurate information through various channels regarding company policies and procedures to internal stakeholders Proactively identifying and escalating issues to appropriate stakeholder Maintain accuracy of database and records and general HR administration Desired Experience HR degree desirable 1 year HR experience will be advantageous Effective verbal and written communication High attention to detail Proven experience in problem solving Effective time management skills with the ability to work under pressure Like to know more? To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Men Nguyen on 02 8233 2382. jobs.hudson.com Specialist Recruitment Talent Management

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior HR Manager ANZ - temp-to-perm

    Human Resources Senior HR Manager ANZ - temp-to-perm This 6 month temp-to-perm Senior HR Manager ANZ for this Consultancy in Sydney will lead a team of 2 HR members to support the full HR spectrum across ANZ. The role will be responsible for setting the strategic direction and improvement and implementation of operational HR services Client Details This 6 month temp-to-perm Senior HR Manager ANZ for this Consultancy in Sydney will lead a team of 2 HR members to support the full HR spectrum across ANZ. The role will be responsible for setting the strategic direction and improvement and implementation of operational HR services Description Work closely with Senior HR Director APAC to implement regional and global HR strategies Align HR strategies and organisation design within business objectives Act as a Business Partner communicating strategies to Business Country Leaders. Handle difficult employee relations and terminations, coach and guide managers for employees issues. Compensation Benefits Talent Acquisition - develop strategies and have responsibility for timely recruiting for all positions whilst maintaining quality Talent Management - Training needs analysis and skills audit, Performance appraisals and identifying high potential staff HR Operations Compliance - Provide guidance to ANZ offices to ensure that all operational HR processes are efficient and compliant Employee Handbook update and maintenance. Profile The successful Senior HR Manager ANZ for this consultancy based in Sydney will have extensive prior experience as in a senior HR position within a global organisation ideally from a professional services or consultancy firm Strategic, hands-on, confident, proactive, communicative, multicultural, creative, articulate, resourceful, energetic and caring team player Strong knowledge of employment law and HR ordinances across ANZ Solid experience in successful senior stakeholder management and engagement A bachelors degree in Human Resources Management, or a related discipline Job Offer The successful Senior HR Manager ANZ for this consultancy based in Sydney Base salary of 140,000 - 160,000 + super 6 month temp-to-perm role To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Steve Lardis on +61 2 8292 2156 Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Business Partner - 12 Month Fixed Term Contract

    Human Resources Business Partner - 12 Month Fixed Term Contract MinterEllison people aspire to be our clients best partner. Collaboration, innovation and opportunity are the foundation of our workplace environment. We welcome people who want exciting careers in high performing teams. PURPOSE OF THE ROLE Our Talent team is responsible for attracting, developing and retaining top talent and we play an important role in maintaining the people focussed culture. We are seeking an experienced HR generalist on a 12 month contract to cover parental leave. This HR Business Partner role requires you to deliver innovative, effective and commercial human resources solutions to our Business Operations teams. Key to success in this role is building trusted advisor relationships with Business Operations Chiefs, Directors and their teams who operate nationally. You will be responsible for delivering a full range of human resource advisory, consultative and operational services with a particular emphasis on performance, development, remuneration and benefits, engagement and retention strategies. JOB DESCRIPTION Some key aspects of your role which will develop over time include collaborate with key stakeholders to create human resources solutions for their teams support the delivery of the talent strategy for the national teams you partner with develop a strong profile, network and relationships across the teams you support to become a trusted advisor coach leaders on people issues and provide advice and guidance that is both technically correct and commercially relevant guide leaders through change initiatives, particularly in relation to talent management strategies including performance, reward, career paths, diversity, resource planning and retention elevate awareness of and engagement in key strategic Talent initiatives, programs and projects proactively communicate changes to law or regulation, firm policies procedures, industry trends, competitor intelligence and contemporary talent management strategies MORE ABOUT YOU On your first day, we expect you to have at least 4 years experience as an HR business partner in complex matrix organisation. You will also possess a tertiary qualification in HR or related discipline and a strong knowledge of current legislation is essential be a strong relationship builder, influencer and coach and have solid commercial acumen have the flexibility to respond to changing priorities with a can do attitude and a hands-on approach within an ever changing business environment have a demonstrated ability to sensitively, confidentially and fairly manage people issues bring a positive, energetic and team focused approach to your work. WHO WE ARE We embrace flexibility and empower all our people to learn, grow and become truly extraordinary. We provide our future leaders with best practice learning and development programs to accelerate and grow their careers. We value diversity in the workplace and care about ensuring you balance your professional goals with your commitments and interests outside of work. We have a wide range of social, financial and health benefits to support your wellbeing. How to apply We prefer to deal with you directly, so please submit your CV and cover letter for consideration by clicking on the Apply button below. If you would like further information, please contact Lee Robinson on +61 2 9921 4794 for a highly confidential discussion. Please note that applications from agencies will not be considered at this time. To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia. minterellison.comcareers

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Junior HR Officer (Graduate Role)

    Happytel is the largest mobile phone and tablet accessories and smart device repairer in Australia. We operate over 57 retail stores in major shopping centres around Australia and New Zealand. As an exciting and innovative retailer, we are looking for a passionate and motivated Junior HR Officer that enjoys working in a dynamic team environment. Key duties and responsibilities Assist with day to day operations of the HR functions and duties Assist in payroll preparation by providing relevant data (absences, incentives, leaves, etc) Compile and update employee records (hard and soft copies) Process documentation and prepare reports relating to personnel activities (staffing, recruitment, training, grievances etc) Coordinate the full recruitment cycle for new employees Administer employment contracts and coordinate related set-ups Deal with employee requests regarding human resources issues, rules, and regulations Coordinate HR projects (meetings, training, surveys etc) and take minutes Respond to employee grievances and provide feedback, where required the business Requirements Tertiary qualification in Human Resources andor a related discipline is desirable A passion for human resources and an understanding of the needs of a multi-cultural workforce Problem solving and time management skills including the ability to manage conflicting priorities, meet tight deadlines and maintain accurate records High level of attention to detail and commitment to quality Excellent written and oral communication skills, including ability to interact with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds A valid Australian visa with the right to work full-time. What we offer you Attractive Salary Package Great training program and external study options This is your chance to develop your career and be part of an amazing journey of transforming Australias industry leader to become the best in the global stage A fun and exciting challenge awaits. Why wait? Discuss the opportunity with our HR team now Job Types Full-time, Permanent 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)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior Human Resources/Admin Executive (temporary 12 mths)

    CONTEXT OF JOB We are seeking a Senior Human ResourcesAdmin Executive to join the Australian Human Resources Department in Sydney, on a temporary basis to cover a 12 month period of parental leave. The position reports to Snr Manager Human ResourcesAdmin SWP, and is responsible for completing key annual HR tasks and projects, overseeing personnel administration, payroll duties and ensuring the Company meets its statutory obligations. The position has one direct report (Snr HR Officer). Other key duties include Provide advice to managers and staff in relation to employment conditions and entitlements prescribed under the Companys Enterprise Agreement, internal Staff Manual and relevant Federal legislation. Monitor employee contracts ensuring compliance. Administer all superannuation related matters for staff in Australia. Oversee the accuracy of the EmpLive Roster system including the interpretation of shift worker time sheets. Oversee staff master profiles, fortnightly masterfile updates ensuring accuracy under the Payroll Platform. Co-ordinate national staff training conducted within Australia. Prepare the annual Workplace Gender Equality Report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS Current knowledge of relevant Federal statutory instruments (e.g. Award, Fair Work Act). Payroll experience (preferably with ADP). Familiarity with roster, Time and Attendance systems. Proficiency in Word, Excel, Access, SAP and an aptitude for IT systems and processes. Sound numeracy skills and good attention to detail. Excellent communication skills, with the ability to employ tact and maintain confidentiality. Strong organisational and time management skills. Outstanding customer service ethic. A qualification in Human Resource management or a related field and experience within the travel industry will be highly regarded. This is a full-time temporary position. All candidates must be eligible to work in Australia, as evidenced by Australian citizenship or Permanent Residency status. The position has a salary range of A75,000- A97,000, plus super. The starting salary may be adjusted commensurate with experience. Please apply using the Apply for this job link and include a cover letter addressing the selection criteria plus your CV, to the attention of Kieran OToole, Snr Manager Human ResourcesAdmin SWP. Applications close Thursday, 17 October 2019.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Generalist

    TOT Group thrives on the values of Care, Quality, Service Excellence, Best Outcome and a spirit of One Team. This is a fantastic opportunity for a motivated Human Resource Generalist to join a dynamic and friendly team in a fast paced and high performing environment. You will be responsible for the delivery of the HR service, supporting the two main TOT business entities TOT Transport and TOT Electrical. Specifically, your responsibilities will include End-to-End Recruitment Coordinating Induction, Onboarding and Exits Support in the interpretation of Modern Awards HR policies and processes Staff Performance and Development Plan (PDP) WHS support for the business Employee development and succession planning HR initiatives and Projects As a stand-out candidate, you will be a driven and proactive individual with strong influencing and stakeholder management skills. You will have excellent priority and time management skills and high attention to detail. Furthermore, you will have Bachelors degree is human resources or similar field 3+ years experience Exceptional communication skills, writing skills and interpersonal skills. Proactive and professional approach to work Strong HR Generalist experience including Performance management, WHS, Recruitment and Selection, succession planning, remuneration and benefits, and leadership development Ability to engage leaders and employees at all levels of the organisation In return we offer you a great place to work, a competitive remuneration package including joining our company bonus programme and truly interesting and challenging work APPLY NOW The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? How many years experience do you have as a human resources adviser?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Head of Partnerships - Citi Cards & Loans

    The Head of Partnerships in a key strategic role within the consumer business and leads a team of commercialproduct managers in the Cards and Consumer Lending business, our largest business in Citi Australia. The role has full accountability to deliver overall PL performance for key white label credit cards and agent banking portfolios. Key Responsibilities Develop and execute the product and distribution strategy for key white label cardsloans portfolios. Maintain a strong relationship and work jointly with white label partners to drive our business objectives and outcomes. Key KPIs include, Revenue growth, Receivables growth, Installment Lending growth, expense management and customer satisfaction metrics Work in partnership with the sales and acquisition team, credit operations and risk to optimize acquisition approval rates and booking rates. Work with the white label partners and the sales team on acquisition campaigns to develop and optimise strategy, selection criteria, timing, test objectives and projected results. Take responsibility for resolving issues and delivering a remarkable client experience Work with the cards portfolio team to drive client engagement programs and build receivables. Work in partnership with line 1 and 2 control functions to ensure an optimal control environment. Complete scorecards and development plans for all direct reports. Provide leadership and direction to team to deliver results Qualifications Minimum 10 years of experience in financial services industry Bachelor™s degree. Tertiary degree andor professional qualifications (eg. CACPA) preferred but not required Experience in cards product management, cards portfolio management or personal loans an added advantage Key Competencies Analysis and Decision Making - Identify and understand issues, problems and opportunities and develop appropriate solutions. Build Effective Working Relationships - Develop and use collaborative relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of business goals. Business Focus - Demonstrate understanding of the business and its customers. Decision making based on based on cost benefit analysis and an understanding of balance sheet, PL and resource impact. Communicates Effectively - Communicate clearly and concisely, with impact and credibility using appropriate language, style and terminology. Leadership Disposition - Demonstrate the qualities expected of a senior manager, using behaviour appropriate for the level of positional power. Acting as an advocate for the organisation. Leads Change and Innovation - Identify organisational requirements for future success and engage in those activities that facilitate the required degree of innovation and change. Act as a champion and role model for innovation Diversity Summary When you work at Citi, you will be working for an organisation that truly has a global footprint and a powerful network that spans the globe. We celebrate individual ingenuity and use the diversity of our people in order to drive high performance. Through dedicated support, training and resources, we promote our talent and future leaders to bring about lasting and positive impact. Citi Australia is an Employer of Choice for Women and supports a flexible work environment. Personal information (as defined in the Privacy Act 1988) will be handled in accordance with our Privacy Policy. Please see www.citi.com.auprivacy LI-W - Grade All Job Level - All Job FunctionsAll Job Level - All Job Functions - AU - Time Type Full time - Citi is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. MinorityFemaleVeteranIndividuals with DisabilitiesSexual OrientationGender Identity. Citigroup Inc. and its subsidiaries (Citi) invite all qualified interested applicants to apply for career opportunities. If you are a person with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation to use our search tools andor apply for a career opportunity CLICK HERE. To view the EEO is the Law poster CLICK HERE. To view the EEO is the Law Supplement CLICK HERE. To view the EEO Policy Statement CLICK HERE. To view the Pay Transparency Posting CLICK HERE.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • General Manager, HR Operations

    General Manager, HR Operations Our client has been providing services to people with a disability for over 65 years. Their vision is to ensure social inclusion for people with a disability. Located in North Ryde the General Manager, People Operations reports to the People, Performance and Culture Executive. The roles purpose is to work with management to build and implement people and culture (HR) solutions that ensure the delivery of the business strategy. The role is responsible for partnering with the business and developing and implementing commercially sound solutions across the people and culture framework including Implementation of the people and culture strategy at an organisation wide and local level (Achieve manages multiple homes and locations) HRIR advice and risk management (through a well resourced Business Partnering team) Leadership development and coaching Organisational and employee development capability development Performance management and analytics Attraction and retention strategies (EVP, compensation and reward, career management) Implementation and continuous improvement of HR systems, policy and process to ensure efficient and effective HR operations To deliver the above you must have At least 10 years HR generalist skills with demonstrated success implementing strategic and operationally effective people and culture policy, systems, tools and programs Knowledge and expertise guiding a workforce in the disability, housing or health care space. In depth knowledge of IRHR legislation and best practice Inspirational leadership and a coaching ethos Ability to operate strategically and operationally with agility and ease Creative and analytical mind that uses data and evidence to aid decision making Relevant tertiary qualifications and knowledge of the regulations governing employment and the disability sector Strong influential communication skills, the ability to present and lead change and and HR service delivery Achieve Australia is growing and this senior management position offers an opportunity to influence an organisation through best practice people, performance and culture initiatives. Achieve offer their employees salary packaging benefits, excellent career opportunities and a strong team culture. Applications for this role close on Friday 18 October 2019. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below and submit a CV and Cover Letter clearly addressing the key requirements of the role. For a confidential discussion, please contact Alyssa Mulray on 0401 665 168 or email amulraybloominghr.com.au The application form will include these questions What is your expected annual salary? How many weeks notice are you required to give your current employer? How many years of relevant experience do you have in a similar role? What is your highest level of education? Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • People & Culture Business Partner

    Strong organisational culture and great team environment Exciting place to work and flexible work hours North Ryde, Sydney location Are you passionate HR Business Partner wanting to work for an organisation that is making a difference? Achieve Australia is a for-purpose community organisation that has been providing accommodation and services to people with disability since 1952. Achieve champion social inclusion and focus on the individual needs and lives of the people they work with With over 65 years experience, Achieve Australia is still innovating in disability accommodation and support, and they now have the opportunity for an experienced HR Business Partner to join the People, Performance and Culture team Role Overview Support management to implement human resources solutions across multiple areas including employmenteducation training, employee development, compensation benefits, employee relations, organisational change management, and other services. Support the delivery of people operations including HR advice and business partnering service, recruitment operations, employee relations, work health and safety and manager coaching and advice relating to individual performance, conduct and other workforce matters. Work collaboratively with the People, Culture and Performance team to support the implementation of workplace initiatives and design solutions within the organisation, and support the rollout of organisation-wide workforce initiatives. Skills and Attributes Experience in managing complex employee matters and employee relations. Experience working with HR policies, procedures and relevant ER and IR legislation. Knowledge and understanding of relevant legislative provisions and regulations governing employment and the Disability Sector. Ability to support business leaders to be proactive and create innovative solutions to address relevant challenges. Ability to thrive in a friendly, fast-paced and changing environment. Experience Qualifications At least 5 years experience in a HR generalist or business partnering role. Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline (e.g. Human Resource Management, Organisational Psychology, Business Administration). Achieve Australia is committed to implementing safer recruitment practices. This means we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support and we expect staff to share this commitment. As a result, your application will be subject to a number of pre-employment checks including a criminal history, medical assessment, professional reference checks, driving record etc. Applications will be assessed on merit. Applications for this role close on Friday 18 October 2019. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Alyssa Mulray at infobloominghr.com.au, quoting Ref No. 875582.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior HR Business Partner

    Senior HR Business Partner About the Role In this critical and influential role, you will be an active contributor, providing excellent strategic coaching and advice enabling people leaders to be the most effective they can be. You will also be responsible for delivering HR activities across organisational design, employee engagement, talent development and workforce planning. At its heart, this role is about translating the needs of the business into definable and achievable tasks, whilst championing the HR agenda across the business. A little more about the role Manage significant intricate people-related projects, process improvements and change initiatives Understand and align business objectives, providing advice, supporting the business direction whilst anticipating and communicating HR related needs proactively Understand the strategy for growth and become a trusted advisor to the business Provide proactive HR support and solutions to people leaders including ER, Performance Reward, Recruitment, engagement, training coaching Maintain strong financial acumen and provide sound advice related the financial matters Provide legally accurate and commercially sound solutions for employee relations concerns and Work closely with the HR Centre of Excellence teams to address general human resources concernsqueries. About You Like our best performers, you will be a driven and energetic professional, with strong verbal and written communication skills. Your strong HR generalist background will mean you have the confidence to take the initiative to analyse risks, make good judgement and solve problems. Your personable approach will assist you to partner with your key leaders to drive high performance and achieve outstanding outcomes for the business. You will also have Experience delivering exceptional HR advice and support, real estate industry highly desirable Demonstrated experience to design and lead complex change projects and engage stakeholders Industrial relations experience and expertise Ability to develop highly effective working relationships Excellent negotiation, influencing and persuasion skills Able to effectively and creatively challenge people, situations and current thinking Skilled and credible in advising others on empowering people management Clear, concise and influential communication skills Relevant tertiary qualification in human resources or business. Why join Cushman Wakefield? As one of the leading global real estate services firms transforming the way people work, shop and live working at Cushman Wakefield means you will benefit from Being part of a growing global company Career development opportunities plus unlimited access to one of the world™s largest online learning libraries Lynda.com (Soon LinkedIn learning) A Supportive and flexible environment A truly diverse and inclusive workplace Competitive salary package. If you™re looking for the next step in your career and are ready to be a part of our exciting journey, then we™d love to hear from you Be what™s next Apply now Cushman Wakefield is a leading global real estate services firm that helps clients transform the way people work, shop, and live. The firms 43,000 employees in more than 60 countries help investors optimise the value of their real estate by combining global perspective and deep local knowledge with an impressive platform of real estate solutions. Cushman Wakefield is among the largest global commercial real estate services firms with revenue of 5 billion across core services of agency leasing, asset services, capital markets, facility services, global occupier services, investment asset management, project development services, tenant representation, and valuation advisory. To learn more, visit cushmanwakefield.com.au and follow CushWakeaust on Twitter. 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 with change management? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor | No Mining Experience Necessary | Nyngan, NSW

    HR Advisor No Mining Experience Necessary Nyngan, NSW HR Advisor Mining Nyngan, NSW Based in regional NSW Accommodation subsidy on offer About Aeris Aeris Resources is an established copper mining and exploration ASX listed company with headquarters in Brisbane, QLD Aeris has two underground copper mines (Tritton and Murrawombie) near Nyngan, NSW and a 1.8 million tonneyr processing plant The mines are deep level, high tonnage stoping operations and are currently the largest of its type in NSW We Offer The opportunity to have a direct impact on performance and affect change every day Continued professional growth and development opportunities through training and projects The chance to live locally and to be home with your family every night The Role Reporting to the HR Superintendent, the HR Advisor will use critical thinking and business partnering skills to support operational leaders in the delivery of people management activities. Your key responsibilities will include, but are not limited to Coordinating human resource processes and governance across payroll, accommodation assets, policy and procedure. Partnering proactively with all employee segments to provide HR advice across industrial and employee relations, performance management, payroll, remuneration and benefits and workforce engagement activities Delivery workplace training and development (e.g. Bullying Harassment) Coordination of accommodation assets and maintenance About You Relevant qualifications in HR, Business, Employment Law or minimum 5 years in a similar role Experience in HR generalist roles including IR ER activities Sound knowledge of payroll systems (preferably SAP or ELMO) Working knowledge of continuous improvement methodologies Highly motivated and excellent attention to detail Experience in facilitating and delivering employment training Customer centric focus An ability to operate successfully at all levels within the business If you are interested in the role please click APPLY Aeris is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants must be able to show they have the right to live and work in this location. aerisresources.com.au Aeris is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants must be able to show they have the right to live and work in this location. aerisresources.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Manager

    HR Manager About the role It™s a standalone HR generalist position in a fast-growing and changing business. The main focus of this role would be to build the HR function from scratch, set processes, partner with the business and improve the company™s culture and employee engagement. The position reports to the CEO and works closely with the Senior Leadership Team. As the HR Manager you will provide guidance and strategic support at senior and executive leadership levels and their teams. Duties include but are not limited to Set all processes and procedures necessary for the HR function Set the HR strategy, initiatives and programs (flexibility, DI, recruitment, etc.) Coach leaders and teams to drive cultural change Drive and support transformation, change, strategic PCHR initiatives with a strong working knowledge of transformation Foster a collaborative and positive culture Review and optimize the organizational structure Talent and capability management End-to-end recruitment supported by recruitment agencies when necessary Manage all admin-related duties “ employment contracts, HR documentation etc, Manage all day-to-day HR-related queries About you To be successful you will have Proven success and experience in an HR Management role dealing with high-level stakeholders Great leadership and change management experience Proven experience with implementing change Strong organization and communication skills with strong attention to detail and accuracy Strong business partnering and negotiation skills Exceptional Business acumen High-level written and verbal communication skills How to Apply If you feel you meet the above criteria then please APPLY now Alternatively, call Adam Hart on 02 9279 2777 for more information. Please click Apply if you are interested in the role. If you have any queries, please contact Adam Hart 02 9279 2777 Beaumont People Level 29, 259 George St Sydney, NSW 2000 (02) 9279 2777 Leading recruitment agency specialising in Business Services, Contact Centre Sales, Education, Health Social Care, Charitable Organisations, Associations Memberships and Executive Search www.beaumontpeople.com.au

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior Account Manager / Relationship Manager

    DHS is Australias leading HR Absence Management, Leadership Training and Corporate Health Providers. Today we operate the country™s largest 24×7 telehealth nurse contact centre providing medical triage and management advice, and referral to Australia™s most extensive preferred network of occupationally trained doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, and psychologists. We are the ˜go to™ organisation for early intervention absence management, injury management, safety and incident management, and medical services spanning pre-employment testing, on-line health assessments, and more. About The Role Program Management, across our absence management, injury mangement and medical solutions services Program management presentations and program reviews Account planning to develop strategic account management plans, relationship plans and growth goals Project Management of new implementations “ managing the implementation process for a customer end to end, including onsite presentations and DHS System. Demonstrations. Cross Selling identify opportunities for new business within existing customers across the DHS service range including absence and injury management, medical services, and software including HR case management software Ability to review client data and reports to identify their challenges This senior account management role will work closely with the senior leadership team. It is autonomous position with lots of client interactions, and team support. A background in HR, training delivery, injury management, rehabilitation, HR data analysis is an ideal background. Strong presentation, written and verbal communication skills are required. Mandatory Degree qualified Commercial experience in a related or similar role Strong written and communication skills Some background in consulting, services andor working with HR stakeholders Desirable (non-mandatory) Training background “ doing training to managers staff in an organisation A demonstrable ability to conceptualise and write documents or proposals Marketing experience Data analysis orientation “ the ability to understand data, numbers and interpret findings and translate this into meaningful information for HR and management Some natural understanding of IT so that customer support can be provided over time. To apply, please email your details through to enquiresdhs.net.au, or call for a confidential discussion on 02 8668 0801

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Kronos Application Manager

    Kronos Application Manager Permanent Role ASX listed Health Care company Based in St Leonards next to train station and transport hub Healius Limited is one of Australias leading ASX listed healthcare companies. Healius™ services include large-scale medical centres, pathology and diagnostic imaging. Healius is committed to providing affordable, accessible and comprehensive healthcare for all Australians. We currently have a requirement for a Kronos National Application Manager whose main purpose will be to provide support to the Kronos Time and Attendance System within Healius, including upgrade support, implementation of new businesses, Payrules, Interfaces, User Support and Training Support. Analyse and develop training needs for the Superuser role downwards as identified by each business division. Enforce management strategies across the group and ensure administrators of the system are compliant. You will work closely with Management and the HR team in each business division as well as the Payroll Team. Responsibilities for this role will include Support Superusers with the aim of developing and deepening their knowledge so that they can act independently and with confidence on the day to day running of the system. Develop a training manual and modules to assist with the development of key roles associated with the management of Kronos WFC across the group. Ensure that Kronos is accurately recording start and finish times as well as correctly calculating time worked in accordance with awardsEBAs etc. In conjunction with HR in each business division ensure payrules are maintained and updated when required. Remain up to date with Kronos across the group and act as the liaison with the vendor Liaison between company and vendor Control point of what goes to Presence of IT (POIT) Develop a medium term strategic relationship with IT division. Support each Business Kronos and administration team on a range of issues, mainly. technical and complex functional queries that they are unable to resolve independently. Provide guidance and knowledge in relation to Kronos requirements for project work such as business acquisitions Ad hoc requests as required from National Payroll Manager and business divisions. Qualificationsexperience required for this role include Expert user of Kronos WFC “ both the application and the database Understanding of interfaces between the payroll system and Kronos and vice versa Ability to communicate with management and understand strategic needs Action Payrules using third part provider (currently POIT) in consultation with divisional HR Good time management and high attention to detail Knowledge of SAP HR Payroll System and SQL If you feel you the skills and experience to perform in this role then click on œApply for this Job or please email your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to applyhealius.com.au Join us in our mission to seek and sustain life-enhancing healthcare, delivered by people who care. www.healius.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior HR Business Partner - Banking and Financial Services (10 month contract)

    Senior HR Business Partner - Banking and Financial Services (10 month contract) Being a key HR member of our Banking and Financial Services Group which comprises our retail banking and financial services businesses, you will play an important role in supporting the transformation of the business within a purpose-centred, agile and digital environment. Your ability to drive change, use insights to equip decisions and influence stakeholders will be critical to your success. The client portfolio consists of our operations, legal, non-financial risk, and marketing teams and you will partner with a member of the Executive Committee as your senior client relationship. The scope of the role is both strategic advisory as well as tactical and will require you to leverage your proven expertise across the disciplines of people, culture, engagement, diversity and inclusion, reward and employee relations. As a capable HR professional you will be equipped for the depth and diversity of responsibilities. Broadly, these will range from delivering on divisional people initiatives, including aligning performance, capability, talent and reward, through to business strategy collaboration on business initiatives and providing divisional input into Group-wide programs influencing and exposure to all levels of seniority, as well as market-leading innovation and data driven insights. You enjoy providing an exceptional experience by going above and beyond in your role which has a lasting and positive impact across the business. You will need to be highly self-motivated, able to demonstrate a proven and successful record of delivery, collaboration and influence within a fast-paced, high-performing, matrixed environment. Strong verbal and written communication skills and a natural ability to engage and provide coaching at all levels are essential being able to relate commercial and people insights, and engender trust and confidence is necessary to interact with senior management. Holding degree qualifications, a stable and progressive career to date and an ambitious and dynamic work approach is needed as this is a progressive and dynamic environment in which to work. Exposure within an environment and experiencing digital, technological or market disruption will be an advantage, as will be your resilience and demonstrated capability in managing change and building organisational capability. The Corporate Operations Group brings together specialist support services in Digital Transformation Data, Technology, Market Operations, Human Resources, Business Services, Business Improvement Strategy, and the Macquarie Group Foundation. The Corporate Operations Group™s purpose is to power the entrepreneurial enterprise. Find out more about Macquarie careers at www.macquarie.comcareers Macquarie understands the importance of diversity and inclusion - our long history of success has come from being different. At Macquarie we value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. The one thing we all have in common is our focus on high performance. If youre capable, motivated and can deliver, we want you on our team. We facilitate a range of flexible working arrangements within our teams. Talk to us about what flexibility may be available.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    Human Resources HR Business Partner The HR Business Partner role is a true business partnering position, with end-to-end HR generalist responsibilities, including leading a HR Advisor. Client Details Progressive and well-established Not-for-Profit. Description Lead the HR Advisor Employee Relations Learning and Development Offer strategic HR advice to the Executive and coaching to Managers and staff in line legislative guidelines and Policy Develop policies and practices Develop and implement various strategic HR projects Manage WHS and Return-to-Work processes and programs Profile Relevant experience in HR Previous experience managing staff Demonstrated knowledge of Employment Law in Australia Stakeholder management skills Strong interpersonal communication skills Relevant degree Job Offer Values-based organisation Opportunity to strengthen your leadership skills Close-knit team Growing organisation To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Rachel Grimison on +612 8046 0792. Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor - 6 month contract

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    location Sydney, New South Wales


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    My client is an leading producer of mechanical healthcare solutions. As a business they pride themselves on the use of latest technologies during each phase of the design and build process to optimise patient care. They seek a commercial HRBP to join their small but established HR function. This role reports directly into the HR Director and assumes responsibility for a national sales and marketing client group. A true generalist opportunity to engage and partner with the business, advising and recommending best practice on all areas of HR, but in particular employee development employee relations workforce planning organisational change management HRIS and policy project work. This is a rewarding role in a stimulating environment and will require high energy and enthusiasm. You will have a tertiary qualification plus a minimum of 2 or 3 years operating at the business partnering level. The role will suit someone with excellent critical thinking skills coupled with sophisticated interpersonal skills. To register your interest please apply via this site or call Matthew Mayoh or Claire McCabe on 02 8540 2661.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


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