Human Resource Assistant Jobs In Australia

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  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner Health Industry Parking onsite The HR Business Partner would provide generalist human resources advice and support to the organisation in areas of human resource management including, but not limited to recruitment, engagement and capability development. Client Details Health Industry Description A true business partnering role, this strategic role will focus on partnering with the business leaders to implement best HR practice Cultural development Performance management Coaching and providing guidance and advice ER Change management Remuneration Profile Previous experience in a HR generalist role, with proven business partnering success Stakeholder management skills, with a passion for empowering people leaders Motivated, with a desire to add value to the organisation Job Offer Salary packaging benefits Opportunity to make a positive impact on the organisation Values-based mission 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.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner Health Industry Parking onsite The HR Business Partner would provide generalist human resources advice and support to the organisation in areas of human resource management including, but not limited to recruitment, engagement and capability development. Client Details Health Industry Description A true business partnering role, this strategic role will focus on partnering with the business leaders to implement best HR practice Cultural development Performance management Coaching and providing guidance and advice ER Change management Remuneration Profile Previous experience in a HR generalist role, with proven business partnering success Stakeholder management skills, with a passion for empowering people leaders Motivated, with a desire to add value to the organisation Job Offer Salary packaging benefits Opportunity to make a positive impact on the organisation Values-based mission 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.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner Johann Jacobs and Egbert Douwes didnt know where their journeys would lead them. They just believed that everyone deserved the coffee they love. And thats what we still stand for today. As a key member of our ANZ HR team, you will have the opportunity to work both collaboratively and autonomously. We value professionalism, delivery and drive for results¦ whilst having lots of fun and loving what we do This role will have responsibilities across a number of sites around Australia, predominantly Gordon and Kingsgrove with some interstate travel also required. As our HR Business Partner and reporting through to the ANZ HR Director, you will drive both global and ANZ initiatives, ensure strategy implementation, provide advice, support and coaching on all matters including employee relations and enterprise bargaining. Partnering with the General Manager ANZ for our Professional business, you will sit on the local Management team where you will work closely with leaders to drive improved performance through our teams. With a solid commercial acumen, you will be expected to understand the business, the drivers and how the people, culture and talent agenda can contribute to local growth. The role includes Providing business partnering and coaching in driving team engagement, talent development, performance management, organizational structures and resourcing strategies Driving culture and people development Manage IR ER escalations Championing internal communications in accordance with Global and ANZ plans To be successful in this role, the following skills experiences are required 5+ years experience in a HR Business Partnering capacity within FMCG or Pharmaceutical Leadership presence - an ability and willingness to inspire change, growth and development Expertise in coaching, influencing and negotiating skills, with an ability to communicate effectively with stakeholders across all levels of the organisation Strong commercial and analytical skills, including a high degree of attention to detail Tech savvy “ we are embarking on a transformation of existing HR systems and workforce analytics ER IR experience including negotiating collective agreements, managing union relationships and performance management Experience in operating within a global matrixed environment Change management experience L D experience (with solid facilitation experience) An ability and willingness to balance the tactical œgetting things done and the strategic œsteering the ship A passion for all things coffee What we can offer Best team mates around Intensive induction and support Broad, diverse and influential role Global organisation with long history that we are proud of¦ and a future we™re excited to be creating At JACOBS DOUWE EGBERTS we can offer you the opportunity to join a highly successful global, yet local, coffee company at an exciting time. We are privately owned with big ambitions. When we grow, you grow. If you have a thirst to be part of this journey you will be exposed to the full spectrum of your field of work. We value potential and create opportunities. We also have the basics covered including an appealing remuneration and a suite of benefits, some of which may include Employee Assistance Program, wellbeing programs, free products, additional leave for you to volunteer or move house, paid parental leave, additional superannuation options, access to professional training and facilities, rewards and recognition programs, option to purchase additional leave, summer hours and so much more We are proud of our collaborative company culture and operate with a team of dedicated professional individuals who share the company strategy and vision. We are an equal opportunity employer and believe that Diversity whether that be gender, cultural or generational diversity enhances our workplaces. Please be advised that shortlisted candidates may be required to undertake pre-employment medical and background screening including reference checks. If you fit the description apply online today, or contact Ali Barfoot, Talent Acquisition Manager on +61 2 9551 3423 if you have any questions.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner Johann Jacobs and Egbert Douwes didnt know where their journeys would lead them. They just believed that everyone deserved the coffee they love. And thats what we still stand for today. As a key member of our ANZ HR team, you will have the opportunity to work both collaboratively and autonomously. We value professionalism, delivery and drive for results¦ whilst having lots of fun and loving what we do This role will have responsibilities across a number of sites around Australia, predominantly Gordon and Kingsgrove with some interstate travel also required. As our HR Business Partner and reporting through to the ANZ HR Director, you will drive both global and ANZ initiatives, ensure strategy implementation, provide advice, support and coaching on all matters including employee relations and enterprise bargaining. Partnering with the General Manager ANZ for our Professional business, you will sit on the local Management team where you will work closely with leaders to drive improved performance through our teams. With a solid commercial acumen, you will be expected to understand the business, the drivers and how the people, culture and talent agenda can contribute to local growth. The role includes Providing business partnering and coaching in driving team engagement, talent development, performance management, organizational structures and resourcing strategies Driving culture and people development Manage IR ER escalations Championing internal communications in accordance with Global and ANZ plans To be successful in this role, the following skills experiences are required 5+ years experience in a HR Business Partnering capacity within FMCG or Pharmaceutical Leadership presence - an ability and willingness to inspire change, growth and development Expertise in coaching, influencing and negotiating skills, with an ability to communicate effectively with stakeholders across all levels of the organisation Strong commercial and analytical skills, including a high degree of attention to detail Tech savvy “ we are embarking on a transformation of existing HR systems and workforce analytics ER IR experience including negotiating collective agreements, managing union relationships and performance management Experience in operating within a global matrixed environment Change management experience L D experience (with solid facilitation experience) An ability and willingness to balance the tactical œgetting things done and the strategic œsteering the ship A passion for all things coffee What we can offer Best team mates around Intensive induction and support Broad, diverse and influential role Global organisation with long history that we are proud of¦ and a future we™re excited to be creating At JACOBS DOUWE EGBERTS we can offer you the opportunity to join a highly successful global, yet local, coffee company at an exciting time. We are privately owned with big ambitions. When we grow, you grow. If you have a thirst to be part of this journey you will be exposed to the full spectrum of your field of work. We value potential and create opportunities. We also have the basics covered including an appealing remuneration and a suite of benefits, some of which may include Employee Assistance Program, wellbeing programs, free products, additional leave for you to volunteer or move house, paid parental leave, additional superannuation options, access to professional training and facilities, rewards and recognition programs, option to purchase additional leave, summer hours and so much more We are proud of our collaborative company culture and operate with a team of dedicated professional individuals who share the company strategy and vision. We are an equal opportunity employer and believe that Diversity whether that be gender, cultural or generational diversity enhances our workplaces. Please be advised that shortlisted candidates may be required to undertake pre-employment medical and background screening including reference checks. If you fit the description apply online today, or contact Ali Barfoot, Talent Acquisition Manager on +61 2 9551 3423 if you have any questions.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor | Muswellbrook

    HR Advisor Muswellbrook About Us Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia (HCA) is a global brand providing a variety of machinery for the Construction, Mining and Forestry industries. At the heart of HCAs trusted and reliable equipment lies a team of talented and dedicated people committed to providing industry-leading machinery and solutions. About the Role Reporting to the National HR Manager and working closely with the General Manager - Eastern Region, youll be a key member of the HR team responsible for partnering with key stakeholders in the Muswellbrook Gunnedah region delivering both operational and strategic HR solutions. In this role you will Recruitment On-boarding - Support stakeholders and ensure compliance with the recruitment policy as well as leading the on-boarding of new employees through the Hitachi Induction process Industrial Employee Relations - Provide advice to directors, managers and supervisors on all matters related to relevant award, current workplace legislation, dispute resolution and employee relations Performance Management- Provide coaching, advice and support to managers on performance planning and professional development processes Learning Development - Assist managers in determining appropriate training to close performancebehaviour gaps, for current role or career progression and direct to training department where appropriate Remuneration Benefits - Provide information to employees and assist in payroll support for queries regarding award interpretation, pay clarification and associated penalties and benefits General HR Administration - Complete general HR administrative tasks such as recruitment requisitions, new starter packs and employment contracts, bonus letters, salarywage increase notifications etc. About You You will have a passion for all things HR with a strong focus on Industrial Relations. With 5+ years experience as a HR Generalist you will be committed to positively enabling our people to be the best that they can be. Formal HR qualifications and previous exposure to an Industrial environment will be highly regarded along with the ability to travel to various sites within the Eastern Region. The Offer A competitive salary + super + opportunity to earn bi-annual bonus Excellent safe working conditions Discounted health insurance premiums Access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Culture focused on recognition of effort Exclusive staff discounts and benefits A supportive management team that genuinely ensures you are safe and happy at work Here at Hitachi, we believe that success comes from the partnership of our market-leading products and the quality of our people. We are an equal opportunity employer, do not discriminate on any basis and wholeheartedly value diversity at our company. How to Apply Click Apply to submit your resume for consideration. To learn more about us, visit hitachicm.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor | Muswellbrook

    HR Advisor Muswellbrook About Us Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia (HCA) is a global brand providing a variety of machinery for the Construction, Mining and Forestry industries. At the heart of HCAs trusted and reliable equipment lies a team of talented and dedicated people committed to providing industry-leading machinery and solutions. About the Role Reporting to the National HR Manager and working closely with the General Manager - Eastern Region, youll be a key member of the HR team responsible for partnering with key stakeholders in the Muswellbrook Gunnedah region delivering both operational and strategic HR solutions. In this role you will Recruitment On-boarding - Support stakeholders and ensure compliance with the recruitment policy as well as leading the on-boarding of new employees through the Hitachi Induction process Industrial Employee Relations - Provide advice to directors, managers and supervisors on all matters related to relevant award, current workplace legislation, dispute resolution and employee relations Performance Management- Provide coaching, advice and support to managers on performance planning and professional development processes Learning Development - Assist managers in determining appropriate training to close performancebehaviour gaps, for current role or career progression and direct to training department where appropriate Remuneration Benefits - Provide information to employees and assist in payroll support for queries regarding award interpretation, pay clarification and associated penalties and benefits General HR Administration - Complete general HR administrative tasks such as recruitment requisitions, new starter packs and employment contracts, bonus letters, salarywage increase notifications etc. About You You will have a passion for all things HR with a strong focus on Industrial Relations. With 5+ years experience as a HR Generalist you will be committed to positively enabling our people to be the best that they can be. Formal HR qualifications and previous exposure to an Industrial environment will be highly regarded along with the ability to travel to various sites within the Eastern Region. The Offer A competitive salary + super + opportunity to earn bi-annual bonus Excellent safe working conditions Discounted health insurance premiums Access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Culture focused on recognition of effort Exclusive staff discounts and benefits A supportive management team that genuinely ensures you are safe and happy at work Here at Hitachi, we believe that success comes from the partnership of our market-leading products and the quality of our people. We are an equal opportunity employer, do not discriminate on any basis and wholeheartedly value diversity at our company. How to Apply Click Apply to submit your resume for consideration. To learn more about us, visit hitachicm.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator

    Human Resources HR Coordinator Our client is looking for a fantastic People and Culture Coordinator in order to help provide the greater HR team with efficient, timely, accurate and responsive administration support. This is a great opportunity to further your HR skill set and will need someone who has a positive mental attitude and enthusiasm to exceed expectations. Client Details Our client is always focused on innovation continuous improvement, both with their products and staff. They are a well known Australian brand that promotes fantastic customer experience while seeing fantastic growth. Description Responsibilities include but are not limited to On-boarding and employment contract support - including offer letter management Assist with running and documenting exit interviews and minor ER cases Performance Management Process Maintain relevant and accurate employee records Assist with account payments and processing teams to make sure all is well aligned with HR process requirements Return to Work Co-ordination (Recover at Work Plans) Support the recruitment team administrative needs -Reference checking coordinate interviews screening Administration support to Retail Operations Payroll forms, paperwork and enquiries Reception relief Support company event planning and organisation Training co-ordination and administration Support of the Learning and Development processes. Assist the HR team with ad hoc projects and tasks as assigned. Workers Compensation Administration Profile A successful Candidate will have Relevant experience in a similar role 2+ years HR qualification A positive and collaborative work ethic Ability to make decisions and be proactive Coach-able Fantastic communication skills - both written and verbally Efficient in MS Office Suit Job Offer Fantastic support and coaching Attractive Salary Immediate Start To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Matthew Sully on +61 2 8292 2227. Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator

    Human Resources HR Coordinator Our client is looking for a fantastic People and Culture Coordinator in order to help provide the greater HR team with efficient, timely, accurate and responsive administration support. This is a great opportunity to further your HR skill set and will need someone who has a positive mental attitude and enthusiasm to exceed expectations. Client Details Our client is always focused on innovation continuous improvement, both with their products and staff. They are a well known Australian brand that promotes fantastic customer experience while seeing fantastic growth. Description Responsibilities include but are not limited to On-boarding and employment contract support - including offer letter management Assist with running and documenting exit interviews and minor ER cases Performance Management Process Maintain relevant and accurate employee records Assist with account payments and processing teams to make sure all is well aligned with HR process requirements Return to Work Co-ordination (Recover at Work Plans) Support the recruitment team administrative needs -Reference checking coordinate interviews screening Administration support to Retail Operations Payroll forms, paperwork and enquiries Reception relief Support company event planning and organisation Training co-ordination and administration Support of the Learning and Development processes. Assist the HR team with ad hoc projects and tasks as assigned. Workers Compensation Administration Profile A successful Candidate will have Relevant experience in a similar role 2+ years HR qualification A positive and collaborative work ethic Ability to make decisions and be proactive Coach-able Fantastic communication skills - both written and verbally Efficient in MS Office Suit Job Offer Fantastic support and coaching Attractive Salary Immediate Start To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Matthew Sully on +61 2 8292 2227. Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Mandarin Speaking HR and Admin

    About the Company We are a rapidly developing company with a focus on South Australian wines. We are winemakers with our own wineries and facilities in the Barossa, McLaren Vale and Riverland regions. We have more than 130 employees in China, and more than 30 employees in Australia. Our head office is in Chatswood. About the role This newly created position reflects the organisations determination to maintain a competitive edge through its people and HR practices. You will report to directors directly or by their assistant. The key responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following Duties and responsibilities Recruitment, Employees on-boarding off-boarding. Prepare attendance sheet and work with payroll officer to ensure accurate and timely payment. Set up Ding Talk HR system, explore and use its functions. Providing HR solutions and advice to managers. Performance management and KPI assessment. Employee training, development and promotion advices. Set up and continually improve company policies and employee handbook. Prepare employee benefits such as year-end bonus, festival gifts and birthday cake. Communication with HR and Admin in China and Adelaide. Coordination of various meetings and organisation of room bookings meeting agendas. Write, translate, check and maintain related documents and records. Be responsible for the general administration works and keep office in order. Skills and experiences At least 3 years experience in a similar role Tertiary degree in Human Resources preferred Native mandarin speaker and strong English both in writing and speaking Current Australian drivers licence Permanent residency in Australia Any understanding or experience with Ding Talk not essential, but highly regarded Sound understanding of current legislation requirements Whats on offer Competitive salary and employee benefits Working for a successful company with a big future both in China and Australia Friendly and helpful colleagues Vacations and gifts on Chinese festival Welcome lunch and regular parties Free or staff price wine The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Mandarin Speaking HR and Admin

    About the Company We are a rapidly developing company with a focus on South Australian wines. We are winemakers with our own wineries and facilities in the Barossa, McLaren Vale and Riverland regions. We have more than 130 employees in China, and more than 30 employees in Australia. Our head office is in Chatswood. About the role This newly created position reflects the organisations determination to maintain a competitive edge through its people and HR practices. You will report to directors directly or by their assistant. The key responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following Duties and responsibilities Recruitment, Employees on-boarding off-boarding. Prepare attendance sheet and work with payroll officer to ensure accurate and timely payment. Set up Ding Talk HR system, explore and use its functions. Providing HR solutions and advice to managers. Performance management and KPI assessment. Employee training, development and promotion advices. Set up and continually improve company policies and employee handbook. Prepare employee benefits such as year-end bonus, festival gifts and birthday cake. Communication with HR and Admin in China and Adelaide. Coordination of various meetings and organisation of room bookings meeting agendas. Write, translate, check and maintain related documents and records. Be responsible for the general administration works and keep office in order. Skills and experiences At least 3 years experience in a similar role Tertiary degree in Human Resources preferred Native mandarin speaker and strong English both in writing and speaking Current Australian drivers licence Permanent residency in Australia Any understanding or experience with Ding Talk not essential, but highly regarded Sound understanding of current legislation requirements Whats on offer Competitive salary and employee benefits Working for a successful company with a big future both in China and Australia Friendly and helpful colleagues Vacations and gifts on Chinese festival Welcome lunch and regular parties Free or staff price wine The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    HR Administrator Leading professional services firm Highly engaged staff great culture Broad HR exposure and training Finity is Australia™s largest independent actuarial and analytical consulting firm. Powered by smart, results-orientated people with an unrivaled depth of industry experience, we provide a unique perspective across a wide range of business challenges. Using data, analytics and technology “ we provide our clients with world class solutions that maximise business performance. We have three offices across Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland. Our HR team are instrumental in developing and implementing people strategies, in particular recruitment, talent management, career planning, coaching, succession planning and leadership development. We are growing our HR team and are looking for a HR Administrator to work with our HR Consultant and HR Manager. You will be responsible for Coordinating the onboarding process for all new starters. Supporting the graduate and internship programs, including the recruitment process, liaising with universities, attending careers fairs, planning and creating orientation week packs and coordinating inductions. Supporting recruitment i.e. drafting job ads, shortlisting, scheduling interviews and conducting references. Drafting correspondence. Coordinating the exit process for leavers. Assisting with the coordination of employee development days, firm conferencesevents and other firm activities. Supporting key HR projects throughout the year, including the firms feedback, remuneration and recognition processes. Coordinating learning and development activities including graduate training programs. Reviewing and maintaining policies. Ensuring HR files and drives are up to date. Providing support to the HR team and business as required. To be successful for this role you will have Completed qualifications in Human Resources Exceptional administration and organisation skills Excellent verbal and written communication Intermediate Microsoft Office skills in Word, Excel and Powerpoint Excellent interpersonal skills Flexibility in terms of working hours A positive attitude and a team player “ this is essential as we are a small team and you can expect to be involved in a wide range of tasks and projects. For further information contact Fiona Hollier on 02 8252 3445 or submit your application online at httpwww.finity.com.aucareers. Finity was named Professional Services Firm of the year in 2018 in Australia and New Zealand, is the six times winner of the Service Provider of the Year and first ever inductee to the ANZIIF Hall of Fame.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Consultant

    HR Consultant Full time (1 FTE) opportunity Respected global research organisation Make an impact on global health outcomes Application close date 10th June 2019 The George™ is 700+ people focused on improving the health of millions of people worldwide. As a medical research institute affiliated with leading universities and with projects in approximately 50 countries, we are challenging the status quo in healthcare to find the best ways to prevent and treat chronic disease and injury, and to influence policy and practice worldwide. Our innovative commercial enterprises help maximise our impact. Just a sample of the things we™re doing to have the greatest impact on global health We are identifying better and safer treatments for our biggest killers like stroke, heart disease and high blood pressure In many countries, our award winning FoodSwitch smartphone app is helping people make healthy food choices when shopping We™ve shown that simple text messaging can help prevent heart attack and stroke. Now, we™re working with Google to roll this out globally to prevent chronic diseases affecting millions of people In rural India, we™ve shown that mobile technology can help diagnose mental health, as well as help treat cardiovascular disease, and we™re looking at similar approaches to treating chronic diseases in Indonesia and China Together with Aboriginal communities in NSW, Australia, we™ve developed an innovative community led program to assist young Aboriginal drivers attain their license, now implemented in a dozen of locations We™re developing an affordable dialysis machine, with potential to save millions of lives each year and transform the way kidney disease is treated globally And much more... The Role An opportunity exists for a Human Resources Consultant to join our growing organisation. The Human Resources (HR) Consultant is responsible for the delivery of end to end HR services predominately to a designated client group. The HR Consultant is also responsible for allocated functions and projects involving the development and implementation of plans, systems and interventions that support the attraction, selection, retention and development of the workforce ensuring organisational capability meets that of the strategic needs of the organisation. To achieve this, the successful candidate will Generalist Duties Provide end to end HR service delivery to managers and staff within an allocated client group including the coordination of processes for workforce planning, recruitment and selection, learning and development, performance management and employment relations Provide guidance and advice to all staff on policies and procedures when requested Provide expert advice to managers with regards to people management to assist in the facilitation of the achievement of team and organisational goals Participate and work with the HRRecruitment Coordinator, in recruitment processes including the coaching and providing of advice in relation to best practice of selection and onboarding of employees Design, deliver and facilitate of training courses as and when required Provide basic employee counselling and assist with the resolution of workplace problems Conduct exit interviews, raising any concerns with HR Manager Undertake responsibility for projects and HR functions, including the development, implementation and evaluation of policies, systems and processes Contribute to the outcomes and strategic goals of the HR department in a collaborative way including HR services and practices that facilitate the achievement of organisational strategic directions and organisational values Management of HRPayroll Administrator, ensuring smooth running of payroll and associated processes including being the backup Payroll Administrator where required Other ad hoc duties consistent with the position description As a Team Member Participate in special projects to improve processes, tools, systems and organisation Take responsibility for personal learning and development and for setting achievable and meaningful work objectives and managing personal targets, meeting obligations of The Institute™s Performance Management and Development Policy Demonstrate commitment to The Institute™s organisational values, including performing to an exceptionally high ethical standard and focus on integrity, collaboration and teamwork in all efforts Success in the role, will be based on these key skills and experience Tertiary qualifications in HR, Commerce, Social Sciences andor equivalent Proven experience working in a similar role Experience working within the academic or research industry advantageous Demonstrated experience in the planning and delivery of human resources activities and projects Highly developed interpersonal skills with the ability to engage with stakeholders Problem solving and time management skills including the ability to manage conflicting priorities, meet tight deadlines and maintaining quality Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to be clear and concise in demanding situations Proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office suite of products, including Word, PowerPoint Outlook and Excel Excellent analytical skills and decision-making skills Experience using HR systems desirable Knowledge of The Fair Work Act and employment legislation Ability to be flexible and adaptable in the face of changing organisational priorities and ambiguous environments Strong team work ethic with the ability to work autonomously We offer a flexible and inclusive work culture with excellent staff benefits including, salary packaging arrangements and sound learning opportunities. We are reviewing applications as soon as we receive them, so apply now The George Institute is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to equity, diversity and social inclusion. Applications are encouraged from people with a disability women Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people people who identify as LGBTIQ mature-aged adults and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Analyst Graduate

    HR Analyst Graduate At DHL Supply Chain, people mean the world to us. We provide challenges and opportunities for personal and professional development. We recognise the difference you bring to our business, and together we share the pride of building THE logistics company for the world. This year we have several positions on offer for the 2019 DHL Supply Chain Graduate intake. Our graduates are empowered to take the initiative, actively get involved in different teams and achieve high impact results that really make a difference to our business, customers and the environment. Human Resources (HR) Analyst Graduate You must have a passion for working in Human Resources and it is a requirement to have completed a degree in Human Resources or in an associated field. Working in a team environment you will gain practical experience working with subject matter experts in PayrollHR systems, HR analysis, and provide general support to the HR team and DSC business. HR Graduates experience a range of structured placements across the HR function with exposure to the NSW sites, working with key stakeholder across our operational sectors Consumer Retail, Life Sciences Healthcare, Technology, Transport, Airline Business and 4PL. Most of the learning occurs on the job, when graduates are faced with real life daily challenges and responsibility however we also supplement this experience with formal management skills development training. On completion of the Graduate program, you will have an enriched understanding of our Business and have an excellent employment opportunity with DHL. What the programme looks like 24 month programme HR specific project rotations Experience of working within fast paced team environment A framework of personal development modules focusing on managerial skills Regular performance feedback and personal development planning All placements are within our Australia business To be eligible for this exciting graduate opportunity you will need to demonstrate Strong oral and written communication skills A completed relevant university degree with Credit average or above A valid drivers license Full working rights within Australia Goal oriented and driven for success Supporting documentation required for application Full academic transcript with Credit average or above Resume Cover letter outlining where you have demonstrated Right First Time, Can Do Passion Apply by sending your academic transcript, cover letter and resume to dsc.recruitmentdhl.com with the subject heading DHL HR Graduate Program 2019. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Do you own or have regular access to a car?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Analyst Graduate

    HR Analyst Graduate At DHL Supply Chain, people mean the world to us. We provide challenges and opportunities for personal and professional development. We recognise the difference you bring to our business, and together we share the pride of building THE logistics company for the world. This year we have several positions on offer for the 2019 DHL Supply Chain Graduate intake. Our graduates are empowered to take the initiative, actively get involved in different teams and achieve high impact results that really make a difference to our business, customers and the environment. Human Resources (HR) Analyst Graduate You must have a passion for working in Human Resources and it is a requirement to have completed a degree in Human Resources or in an associated field. Working in a team environment you will gain practical experience working with subject matter experts in PayrollHR systems, HR analysis, and provide general support to the HR team and DSC business. HR Graduates experience a range of structured placements across the HR function with exposure to the NSW sites, working with key stakeholder across our operational sectors Consumer Retail, Life Sciences Healthcare, Technology, Transport, Airline Business and 4PL. Most of the learning occurs on the job, when graduates are faced with real life daily challenges and responsibility however we also supplement this experience with formal management skills development training. On completion of the Graduate program, you will have an enriched understanding of our Business and have an excellent employment opportunity with DHL. What the programme looks like 24 month programme HR specific project rotations Experience of working within fast paced team environment A framework of personal development modules focusing on managerial skills Regular performance feedback and personal development planning All placements are within our Australia business To be eligible for this exciting graduate opportunity you will need to demonstrate Strong oral and written communication skills A completed relevant university degree with Credit average or above A valid drivers license Full working rights within Australia Goal oriented and driven for success Supporting documentation required for application Full academic transcript with Credit average or above Resume Cover letter outlining where you have demonstrated Right First Time, Can Do Passion Apply by sending your academic transcript, cover letter and resume to dsc.recruitmentdhl.com with the subject heading DHL HR Graduate Program 2019. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Do you own or have regular access to a car?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    Employment Innovations (EI) exists to make employment easier by combining HR, Payroll Legal Services with Technology to help Australian employers become compliant and more productive. We deliver a range of innovative HR and payroll solutions (including software) for SMEs and our expertise spans across all areas of employment. We have an opportunity for an ambitious and focused Administrator with an interest in Human Resources to join our operations team. This is not a typical HR admin role - its so much more than that. Its an opportunity to work across multiple industries and clients and become a trusted advisor to our clients. The role of HR AssistantAdministrator sits within our outsourced employment business unit. Youll gain invaluable experience in HR operations including compliance, administration, systems, technologies, payroll and Industrial Relations. As the first contact point for all HR and payroll related queries, theres a lot of telephone and email support with employees and clients. Youll constantly be problem solving and building on your knowledge and skills with the support of our HR, Payroll and Employment Law experts. IN THIS ROLE YOU WILL Be the first point of contact to our employees and clients and will be answering payroll and HR related queries Provide exceptional customer service to our employees and clients nationwide Handle data entry and HR administration, including prepost payroll support (e.g. employee details, rates, overtime etc) Look after HRPayroll System enquiries and trouble shooting issues Produce reports and correspondence for employees and employers Build strong relationships with customers and colleagues Assist with adhoc projects for the HR operations team REQUIREMENTS 1+ years experience in high volume administration. Experience in a human resources environment (advantageous) Knowledge of human resources processes and best practices Excellent time management skills - youll be juggling tickets, projects, phone calls and all kinds of admin activities. Experience in using databases and multiple systems Experience in processing payroll or payroll administration (advantageous) BENEFITS Our Alliance group of companies (Employment Innovations, Employment Hero and Power2Motivate), are proud to have such a positive and inclusive company culture that is genuinely focused on your happiness and well-being. Some of activities we have for you in the office every week are yoga classes, complimentary breakfast, bring your dog to work day, personal training, Employee Benefits Program (points for prizes) and Friday afternoon celebrations. Youll also get an extra day of annual leave, flexible working, partner discounts and the opportunity to be rewarded for your hard work with a mystery group OS trip (our yearly Values Champion Awards). Does this sound like the perfect opportunity for you? Then wed love to hear from you. Additional Information At Employment Innovations we make sure that our culture and product continues to incorporate everyones perspectives and experience we never discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, or marital, veteran, or disability status. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. The application form will include these questions Do you have experience in an administration role? How many hours are you available to work per week? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • National People & Culture Manager

    Call Sirius People 61 2 9270 5200 National People Culture Manager A Sirius-ly Quick Brief Sirius People is a boutique recruitment company that was launched in January 2003, we have generated a reputation as a trusted supplier to many top-tier domestic and national clients ever since. The Opportunity, you ask... National People Culture Manager The National People Culture Manager is responsible for supporting the strategic success of Sirius through the design, delivery and implementation of Sirius™ People strategy, this role will be split between General HR, Training and Recruitment of Internal positions. Duties will include Advise and coach managers and employees on complex performance management, grievances, policies and procedures. Collaborating with hiring managers to create job ads for current openings Design and deliver strategies to create a high-performance culture that is driven by the Sirius core values Facilitate training to employees including induction, team building, and effective communication skills Oversee all employee communication and support Managers to maximise engagement through timely, honest and authentic communication aligned to Sirius™ culture and values Experience and Skills Minimum 5 years experience with a proven track record of success in a similar role - Ability to multitask and manage a variety of tasks including but not limited to HR Generalist, Training and Recruitment AND A passion to be a part of something great Still Reading? We want to talk to you Dont hesitate, send through your resume to Jess, jessicasiriuspeople.com.au. jessicasiriuspeople.com.au Part of Sirius People Supporting People Success. The application form will include these questions 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?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • National People & Culture Manager

    Call Sirius People 61 2 9270 5200 National People Culture Manager A Sirius-ly Quick Brief Sirius People is a boutique recruitment company that was launched in January 2003, we have generated a reputation as a trusted supplier to many top-tier domestic and national clients ever since. The Opportunity, you ask... National People Culture Manager The National People Culture Manager is responsible for supporting the strategic success of Sirius through the design, delivery and implementation of Sirius™ People strategy, this role will be split between General HR, Training and Recruitment of Internal positions. Duties will include Advise and coach managers and employees on complex performance management, grievances, policies and procedures. Collaborating with hiring managers to create job ads for current openings Design and deliver strategies to create a high-performance culture that is driven by the Sirius core values Facilitate training to employees including induction, team building, and effective communication skills Oversee all employee communication and support Managers to maximise engagement through timely, honest and authentic communication aligned to Sirius™ culture and values Experience and Skills Minimum 5 years experience with a proven track record of success in a similar role - Ability to multitask and manage a variety of tasks including but not limited to HR Generalist, Training and Recruitment AND A passion to be a part of something great Still Reading? We want to talk to you Dont hesitate, send through your resume to Jess, jessicasiriuspeople.com.au. jessicasiriuspeople.com.au Part of Sirius People Supporting People Success. The application form will include these questions 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?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor

    HR Advisor This Australian organisation is a clear leader in facilities management and has is looking to extend its reach, both nationally and internationally. They hold some of the most prestigious contracts in Australia. Their ˜crown jewel™ contract is needing an experienced HR Advisor that will be able to work with the senior leadership team to provide invaluable HR support. Reporting functionally into the HR Director, you will be providing HR generalist support across multiple sites. Working with the senior leadership team you will provide insight into on boarding, ER issues and succession amongst others. You will be instrumental in ensuring people are motivated and engaged by helping to lift the management capabilities across this part of the business. This is a hands on role and will need you to be an excellent influencer and manage conflicting priorities putting the needs of the contract partner above all else. To be successful in this role you will be an accomplished HR professional that has worked in complex environments. You will have excellent knowledge of Australian employment legislation and be comfortable operating on your own. Ideally you will have worked in retail, hospitality or leisure as an HR professional. Your local practical knowledge will be supported by your qualifications. If this is the right role for you then please apply now (word format) or call Neil Chandaria on 03 9280 8021 for a confidential discussion.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Officer

    Human Resources Officer Mosman is located on the northern shores of Sydney Harbour, eight kilometres from the Sydney CBD. We enjoy this scenic and convenient location with unique bushland surrounds and an enviable village lifestyle. Mosman Council is committed to its community, innovation, the environment and making a difference at the local level. The recruitment and selection of great staff is a high priority for us, as we know our reputation relies on it. We have an exciting opportunity for a talented individual to join a high performing and friendly Human Resources team. Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, this position is responsible for providing effective services in a range of areas including but not limited to recruitment and selection, policy advice and guidance, coordination of learning and development and Work, Health and Safety. To be successful in this role you will have knowledge of contemporary human resources management and its practical implementation in the workplace. The position holder will also have the ability to engage effectively with management and staff, work well as part of a team and have a high capacity to manage multiple projects seamlessly. The role would suit an outcomes focused person looking to establish their HR career with a keen interest in workplace change and organisation development. How to Apply Apply now using our on-line application process. Interested, like to know more? Please go to the Careers at Council page of our website at www.mosman.nsw.gov.au or contact the Manager Human Resources, Melissa Karlsson on 9978 4012 for a confidential discussion. CLOSING DATE Thursday, 30 May 2019 Mosman Council is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity View the Mosman Council website for further information

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Officer

    Human Resources Officer Mosman is located on the northern shores of Sydney Harbour, eight kilometres from the Sydney CBD. We enjoy this scenic and convenient location with unique bushland surrounds and an enviable village lifestyle. Mosman Council is committed to its community, innovation, the environment and making a difference at the local level. The recruitment and selection of great staff is a high priority for us, as we know our reputation relies on it. We have an exciting opportunity for a talented individual to join a high performing and friendly Human Resources team. Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, this position is responsible for providing effective services in a range of areas including but not limited to recruitment and selection, policy advice and guidance, coordination of learning and development and Work, Health and Safety. To be successful in this role you will have knowledge of contemporary human resources management and its practical implementation in the workplace. The position holder will also have the ability to engage effectively with management and staff, work well as part of a team and have a high capacity to manage multiple projects seamlessly. The role would suit an outcomes focused person looking to establish their HR career with a keen interest in workplace change and organisation development. How to Apply Apply now using our on-line application process. Interested, like to know more? Please go to the Careers at Council page of our website at www.mosman.nsw.gov.au or contact the Manager Human Resources, Melissa Karlsson on 9978 4012 for a confidential discussion. CLOSING DATE Thursday, 30 May 2019 Mosman Council is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity View the Mosman Council website for further information

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Advisor

    Human Resources Advisor Mosman is located on the northern shores of Sydney Harbour, eight kilometres from the Sydney CBD. We enjoy this scenic and convenient location with unique bushland surrounds and an enviable village lifestyle. Mosman Council is committed to its community, innovation, the environment and making a difference at the local level. The recruitment and selection of great staff is a high priority for us, as we know our reputation relies on it. Do you have HR experience and are looking to further expand your skills? Do you thrive on working in a fast paced ad friendly environment? Want to be part of a cohesive team of HR professionals? We are seeking a motivated and experienced HR professional to join the Human Resources team on a parental leave contract. Reporting to the HR Manager, you will be responsible for undertaking the full range of Generalist Human Resource and Work Health and Safety (WHS) services encompassing Recruitment and Selection Employee Relations Learning and Development Policy Development Performance Management WHS and HR Projects to support management and staff, enabling the organisation to meet its current and future goals. The successful candidate will be professionally presented with proven experience in a similar role, as well as the ability to demonstrate how you have honed your planning, administrative, time management, and communication skills. Your proactive approach and desire to deliver high standards of work will be the key to success in this role. How to Apply Apply now using our on-line application process. Interested, like to know more? Please go to the Careers at Council page of our website at www.mosman.nsw.gov.au or contact the Manager Human Resources, Melissa Karlsson on 9978 4012 for a confidential discussion. CLOSING DATE Thursday, 30 May 2019 Mosman Council is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity View the Mosman Council website for further information

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Superintendent - Mining | Nyngan, NSW

    HR Superintendent - Mining Nyngan, NSW HR Superintendent 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 A drilling program has recently commenced on Lake Torrens in South Australia 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 Manager, the HR Superintendent will manage day to day HR activities across Performance Management, ERIR, Accommodation, Community and Employee Engagement as well as technology roll outs. You will be joining a business at a transformative stage in its growth plan, where your strengths will be utilised on a daily basis and you will be consistently mentored and supported to develop and learn new skills. A strong commitment to innovation and working knowledge of continuous improvement methodologies is imperative. It is essential you bring extensive site experience in a similar role within the resources, manufacturing or heavy industries. You will be a strong influencer with the ability to mentor and coach at all levels. The successful candidate will be driven, collaborative and inclusive to fit in with the culture of the existing team and have the ability to build effective interpersonal relationships across the business. Key responsibilities will include, but are not limited to Managing end to end projects for HR programs and initiatives Ensure IR compliance and manage day to day ER processes Oversee community partnerships and employee engagement activities Asset and contract management across company owned accommodation and travel services Coordinate technology implementation projects within HR Provide general HR advice to internal stakeholders About You Degree qualified in HR, Business, Employment Law or related discipline 7+ years of experience in a fast paced, diverse HR function Extensive knowledge of payroll systems (preferably SAP and ELMO) Highly motivated and excellent attention to detail 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 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? Are you willing to relocate for this role? Do you have mine site experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Superintendent - Mining | Nyngan, NSW

    HR Superintendent - Mining Nyngan, NSW HR Superintendent 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 A drilling program has recently commenced on Lake Torrens in South Australia 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 Manager, the HR Superintendent will manage day to day HR activities across Performance Management, ERIR, Accommodation, Community and Employee Engagement as well as technology roll outs. You will be joining a business at a transformative stage in its growth plan, where your strengths will be utilised on a daily basis and you will be consistently mentored and supported to develop and learn new skills. A strong commitment to innovation and working knowledge of continuous improvement methodologies is imperative. It is essential you bring extensive site experience in a similar role within the resources, manufacturing or heavy industries. You will be a strong influencer with the ability to mentor and coach at all levels. The successful candidate will be driven, collaborative and inclusive to fit in with the culture of the existing team and have the ability to build effective interpersonal relationships across the business. Key responsibilities will include, but are not limited to Managing end to end projects for HR programs and initiatives Ensure IR compliance and manage day to day ER processes Oversee community partnerships and employee engagement activities Asset and contract management across company owned accommodation and travel services Coordinate technology implementation projects within HR Provide general HR advice to internal stakeholders About You Degree qualified in HR, Business, Employment Law or related discipline 7+ years of experience in a fast paced, diverse HR function Extensive knowledge of payroll systems (preferably SAP and ELMO) Highly motivated and excellent attention to detail 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 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? Are you willing to relocate for this role? Do you have mine site experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Services Advisor & Recruitment Specialist

    HR Services Advisor Recruitment Specialist Exciting opportunity for a customer focused HR professional to join a supportive and collaborative HR team and develop your career with us Reporting into the People and Culture Manger, this is a varied and fast paced role supporting approximately 200 employees. This is a great opportunity to be an integral part of an innovative organisation that makes a difference in the lives of children. Responsibilities The responsibilities in this role will include Managing the end to end recruitment process for all roles across the organisation WHS management including Wellbeing initiatives, WHS committee, WHS incident management, Workers Compensation, and Return to Work Answering HR queries from employees on subjects such as leave, policies and systems, and award and EBA interpretation HR and WHS reporting Driving and supporting culture and engagement initiatives including the Living Our Values recognition program and Service Awards Generating employment letters and contracts Payroll assistance, compliance and reporting Essential Criteria You will have proven experience working in HR (3+ years) dealing with a mixture of queries and administration. Your knowledge and experience of the Australian HR and WHS legislation and standards will be key to success in this role as will good communication skills. You will have relevant HR qualifications (or related), a positive approach and you have excellent customer service skills. You will have impressive relationship building skills, be respected and well-liked by others and know how to forge, maintain and foster strong working relationships with key leaders across diverse client groups. Youll be self-motivated, resilient and a thoughtful influencer who enjoys change and can provide a fresh approach and way of thinking. About Learning Links At Learning Links every one of our employees makes a difference to the lives of the children, families, and communities we serve every day. Learning Links is an organisation with a 47-year history helping families and children with learning difficulties and disabilities. Our Culture At Learning Links, we believe in Empowerment, Collaboration, Excellence, and Integrity and are committed to ensuring that how we serve others and how we work together is a reflection of these values. Our recent staff survey confirmed that staff are engaged with their work and the organisation™s supportive team environment and value being part of a growing organisation that delivers outcomes for children. Our Benefits Our range of benefits ensure that working for Learning Links will be a mutually satisfying experience. As a Charity you can take advantage of salary packaging where you can access up to 15,900 tax-free as part of your total renumeration package. Other benefits include Workplace flexibility supporting work life balance Ongoing professional development and Access to a free Employee Assistance Program. Living our values recognition program. How to apply for this role Apply below or for further information and a Position Description visit the careers page of our website www.learninglinks.org.au Register your interest in this position by email with your resume and cover letter to recruitmentlearninglinks.org.au Anticipated Timeframe The role is available for immediate start but we will wait for the right person. A thorough orientation and induction will be provided upon commencement. We are a child safe organisation. Successful applicants will be required to obtain a satisfactory police background check before we can make an offer of employment. 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)?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor - Mining | Nyngan, NSW

    HR Advisor - Mining Nyngan, NSW HR Advisor 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 A drilling program has recently commenced on Lake Torrens in South Australia 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 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? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? Do you have mine site experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor - Mining | Nyngan, NSW

    HR Advisor - Mining Nyngan, NSW HR Advisor 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 A drilling program has recently commenced on Lake Torrens in South Australia 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 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? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? Do you have mine site experience?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator - Highly Successful Fashion Brand

    Advising and communicating with retail store teams on relevant HR information and policies. A highly successful fashion retailer are searching for an...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Coordinator, Clerk Grade 5/6 - 207449

    Human Resources Coordinator, Clerk Grade 56 - 207449 - 0000716Q Temporary full-time appointment for a period up to 28 June 2020 Location Eveleigh Come and ...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Manager, HR Business Partnering

    The Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) delivers services to the most disadvantaged individuals, families and communities in NSW through local...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People Administrator

    People Administrator We are a world leading Health Care organisation with over 22,000 people in Australia and New Zealand, and our purpose is to help people live longer, healthier, and happier lives. In Australia, we help to take care of people through our leading health insurance services as well as providing a personalised approach to care through our modern Dental clinic network, our Bupa Optical stores, Bupa Medical Visa services and over 70 Bupa Aged Care Homes. Bupa Therapy, along with our Medical and Wellbeing Centre provide a multidiscipline approach to care. At Bupa our people are transforming and making a difference in the world of health care. About the opportunity Do you love working with people? Are you an excellent communicator? Can you mange conflicting priorities? Are cool, calm and collected? Bupa is updating our talent pools and would be interested in hearing from you specifically if you are a HR Graduate with previous experience in Administration or Customer Service. As part of the Advisory hub you will handle the initial questions or requests for support in relation to employment, policy or organisational change, for the majority of our people. This is done both through self service, and the consulting teams. The teams aim is to create an environment where all of Bupa™s people can deliver on our vision of longer, healthier, happier lives for our customers Please note this is an Expressions of Interest only. Key responsibilities include Receive and process service case requests, either immediately or refer to the appropriate part of the wider team. Generate employment contracts, achieving high ˜100 right first time™ rates. You ensure signed contracts are stored, findable and accessible in the appropriate document management system. Promptly respond to Workday workflow actions, ensuring smooth delivery of administrative processes. Ensure the Advisory function achieves or exceeds agreed delivery targets. Actively participate in the teams planning and delivery processes. Actively champion and role model a continuous improvement culture in all aspects of the Advisory function, in particular the opportunities to improve Self Service effectiveness. You will behave Experience in an operational HR or administrative function ideally within a ˜for profit™ organisation. Demonstrable success managing high volume, high accuracy work delivery in an administrative context. A high degree of comfort working with on-line systems and case management tools. An excellent customer service ethos, and a dedication to achieving the right outcome for our customers. An ability to cope with multiple work tasks with a strong team and relationship orientation. Join us Bupa believes in hiring the best talent in the market. We are known for our vibrant, high performing and incredibly rewarding workplace, and we take pride in creating exceptional and meaningful work experiences, encouraging innovation, delivering award winning benefits to our employees and being involved with our communities. Bupa has everything - growth, passion, results and a caring supportive culture that surround a burning ambition and purpose that is the best in the world. Our people reflect the diversity of our community. At Bupa, your wellbeing, identity and own story is respected and valued. Find the purpose in your career

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR BUSINESS PARTNER, AUSTRLIA

    Possess minimum a bachelor degree in any discipline. EA Licence No.. Hiring company is a global market research and consulting firm with worldwide presence in...

    location Rotary Athletics Field, Lane Cove North NSW 2066, Australia


  • Human Resources Administrator

    On-boarding new starters including developing contracts, arranging medicals, completing police checks and liaising with payroll...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    Minimum of 1 year experience in an administration role. Undertaking related business reporting, data entry, and ongoing HR process improvements and systems...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner About us Unisys is a global information technology company that builds high-performance, security-centric solutions for the most digitally demanding businesses and governments on Earth. At Unisys, you will be provided the freedom to work flexibly and be offered a genuine opportunity to become part of a highly motivated team who are passionate about what they do. Unisys™ employees hold the power in their creativity, technical excellence and tenacity to satisfy our clients. That™s why Unisys is committed to attracting, developing and retaining exceptional talent. About the role We are currently looking to appoint a Senior Human Resources Business Partner. Based at our Regional Headquarters in Rhodes, you will provide both strategic and operational support to our Senior Management team. You will be responsible for partnering with our senior stakeholders to devise their people strategy whilst cultivating relationships to develop a thorough understanding of the business direction and needs. This role sits within the wider HR team in a matrix environment with stakeholders in US Headquarters as well as those in region therefore your ability to provide hands-on operational support will be vital to your success. This includes providing advice on staff performance management, employment conditions, employee relations, and talent acquisition. In addition, you will be responsible for undertaking change management initiatives, which may involve planning, driving, implementing and managing the change as well as assisting and driving other key HR projects across the region. About you Our ideal candidate will be tertiary qualified with 10-15 years of extensive experience gained in the HR industry. You may currently be working in a HR Business Partner position, seeking your next career challenge. With exceptional communication skills, your ability to collaborate and build strong relationships with senior leaders is vital when providing solutions on HR related matters. Dealing with ambiguity and being highly adaptable will be essential to your success in this role as is your ability to consult, influence and negotiate. This is an ideal role for those seeking a challenging senior position that will allow you to have high levels of engagement across the business and be involved in the strategic aspects of HR delivery whilst maintaining a hands-on approach to operational and generalist HR. For more information on how Unisys builds better outcomes securely for its clients across the Government, Financial Services and Commercial markets, visit www.unisys.com. To be considered for this opportunity, please apply directly to this posting. Unisys is an equal opportunity employer and fosters an inclusive culture that embraces differences and diversity. We welcome applications from all sections of society.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

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

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Manager

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

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Head of Human Resources

    Head of Human Resources Do you have a passion for strategic Human Resources and people leadership? Utilise your HR management skills in a diverse and transforming team Work for a growing organisation Lead a highly effective team of HR professionals THE OPPORTUNITY As part of our diverse team based in Sydney™s CBD, you™ll help make a positive impact on someone™s life every day. You™ll feel great satisfaction knowing your talent and hard work has a purpose. Your role as the Head of Human Resources is responsible for partnering with the Executive Team and General Managers to provide leadership in the development and implementation of an integrated People Culture Strategy, in alignment with the organisation™s strategic objectives and business plan. You will be an established leader who has experience in guiding and advising a team. This role will support the GE, People and Culture in all strategy and operational activities. YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES Implement and drive the strategic direction, performance and sustainability of the People and Culture function ensuring that the ethical, statutory and regulatory requirements are maintained. Coach and support a talented team of HR professionals, including Business Partners and HR Services Liaise with Senior leadership within the business units to build relationships and become a trusted advisor. Drive effective change and communication from PC to the business leaders and employees within the business. Provide input, ideas and solutions within PC on broader programs of work and innovative changes Oversee and implement ongoing system and process improvements and efficiencies. Forge a strong relationship with other Corporate Services partners and show a collaborative and inclusive approach to meeting enterprise wide goals. Work with analytics and remuneration team to ensure data and metrics are readily available as required Create opportunities, learning and training for the HR team through networking and courses. Build capability and develop the HR team Meet budget for HR department. Support the GE, People Culture as required. ABOUT YOU Extensive experience working at both a leadership and a strategic level of contemporary Human Resources Management, across the entire range of generalist functions, in a medium to large organizations. High level stakeholder management skills A strong service and care orientation Strong decision making and influencing skills Ability to travel to nationally. (Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne and NSW offices will be required occasionally) WHAT WE OFFER We stand together as equals. EML is an equal opportunity employer so by coming to work for us, you™ll be part of a culture that celebrates diversity and inclusion. We™re committed to maintaining a workplace where everyone feels valued and where we show respect, integrity and honesty. EML provides career opportunities and great employee benefits, including A vibrant, collaborative team culture Multiple offices in NSW Onsite learning and development team Free fitness classes 17.5 annual leave loading We value our people and are committed to supporting our employees by investing in their professional development and providing generous employee benefits. If this is of interest to you, please apply now or for more informationconfidential conversation please contact Alice Galloway, 02 8098 6358

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Head of Human Resources

    Head of Human Resources Do you have a passion for strategic Human Resources and people leadership? Utilise your HR management skills in a diverse and transforming team Work for a growing organisation Lead a highly effective team of HR professionals THE OPPORTUNITY As part of our diverse team based in Sydney™s CBD, you™ll help make a positive impact on someone™s life every day. You™ll feel great satisfaction knowing your talent and hard work has a purpose. Your role as the Head of Human Resources is responsible for partnering with the Executive Team and General Managers to provide leadership in the development and implementation of an integrated People Culture Strategy, in alignment with the organisation™s strategic objectives and business plan. You will be an established leader who has experience in guiding and advising a team. This role will support the GE, People and Culture in all strategy and operational activities. YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES Implement and drive the strategic direction, performance and sustainability of the People and Culture function ensuring that the ethical, statutory and regulatory requirements are maintained. Coach and support a talented team of HR professionals, including Business Partners and HR Services Liaise with Senior leadership within the business units to build relationships and become a trusted advisor. Drive effective change and communication from PC to the business leaders and employees within the business. Provide input, ideas and solutions within PC on broader programs of work and innovative changes Oversee and implement ongoing system and process improvements and efficiencies. Forge a strong relationship with other Corporate Services partners and show a collaborative and inclusive approach to meeting enterprise wide goals. Work with analytics and remuneration team to ensure data and metrics are readily available as required Create opportunities, learning and training for the HR team through networking and courses. Build capability and develop the HR team Meet budget for HR department. Support the GE, People Culture as required. ABOUT YOU Extensive experience working at both a leadership and a strategic level of contemporary Human Resources Management, across the entire range of generalist functions, in a medium to large organizations. High level stakeholder management skills A strong service and care orientation Strong decision making and influencing skills Ability to travel to nationally. (Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne and NSW offices will be required occasionally) WHAT WE OFFER We stand together as equals. EML is an equal opportunity employer so by coming to work for us, you™ll be part of a culture that celebrates diversity and inclusion. We™re committed to maintaining a workplace where everyone feels valued and where we show respect, integrity and honesty. EML provides career opportunities and great employee benefits, including A vibrant, collaborative team culture Multiple offices in NSW Onsite learning and development team Free fitness classes 17.5 annual leave loading We value our people and are committed to supporting our employees by investing in their professional development and providing generous employee benefits. If this is of interest to you, please apply now or for more informationconfidential conversation please contact Alice Galloway, 02 8098 6358

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Head of Human Resources

    Head of Human Resources Do you have a passion for strategic Human Resources and people leadership? Utilise your HR management skills in a diverse and transforming team Work for a growing organisation Lead a highly effective team of HR professionals THE OPPORTUNITY As part of our diverse team based in Sydney™s CBD, you™ll help make a positive impact on someone™s life every day. You™ll feel great satisfaction knowing your talent and hard work has a purpose. Your role as the Head of Human Resources is responsible for partnering with the Executive Team and General Managers to provide leadership in the development and implementation of an integrated People Culture Strategy, in alignment with the organisation™s strategic objectives and business plan. You will be an established leader who has experience in guiding and advising a team. This role will support the GE, People and Culture in all strategy and operational activities. YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES Implement and drive the strategic direction, performance and sustainability of the People and Culture function ensuring that the ethical, statutory and regulatory requirements are maintained. Coach and support a talented team of HR professionals, including Business Partners and HR Services Liaise with Senior leadership within the business units to build relationships and become a trusted advisor. Drive effective change and communication from PC to the business leaders and employees within the business. Provide input, ideas and solutions within PC on broader programs of work and innovative changes Oversee and implement ongoing system and process improvements and efficiencies. Forge a strong relationship with other Corporate Services partners and show a collaborative and inclusive approach to meeting enterprise wide goals. Work with analytics and remuneration team to ensure data and metrics are readily available as required Create opportunities, learning and training for the HR team through networking and courses. Build capability and develop the HR team Meet budget for HR department. Support the GE, People Culture as required. ABOUT YOU Extensive experience working at both a leadership and a strategic level of contemporary Human Resources Management, across the entire range of generalist functions, in a medium to large organizations. High level stakeholder management skills A strong service and care orientation Strong decision making and influencing skills Ability to travel to nationally. (Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne and NSW offices will be required occasionally) WHAT WE OFFER We stand together as equals. EML is an equal opportunity employer so by coming to work for us, you™ll be part of a culture that celebrates diversity and inclusion. We™re committed to maintaining a workplace where everyone feels valued and where we show respect, integrity and honesty. EML provides career opportunities and great employee benefits, including A vibrant, collaborative team culture Multiple offices in NSW Onsite learning and development team Free fitness classes 17.5 annual leave loading We value our people and are committed to supporting our employees by investing in their professional development and providing generous employee benefits. If this is of interest to you, please apply now or for more informationconfidential conversation please contact Alice Galloway, 02 8098 6358

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior HR Advisor - Business Services

    Senior HR Advisor - Business Services George Weston Foods make and supply some of Australia New Zealands favourite and most innovative brands and products, living our core purpose ˜to delight people every day with food they love. GWFs product range is diverse and includes leading brands of breads, baked goods, smallgoods, flour, milled products and animal feed. GWFs business units include Tip Top, DON, MAURI, Yumis and Jasol. GWF is one of Australia and New Zealands largest food manufacturers employing around 6,000 people across 60 sites and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Associated British Foods plc (ABF), one of the world leading food companies. ABF operates in four categories grocery primary food agriculture ingredients and retail. GWF are currently seeking appoint an adaptable Senior HR Advisor, the position will be offered on a fixed term contract until April 2020. In this role you will be providing effective support to the Business Services Team in BTS through coordination of people programs, full employee lifecycle (performance management, grievances) reporting, recruitment process in collaboration with Talent Acquisition, remuneration and administration of People and Performance initiatives to support improved business performance and cultural change, aligned with the Company and BTS purpose of lets make it easy. The People and Performance team is high performing, collaborative and supportive. Responsibilities Ensure our key values of safe is embedded throughout all people processes and act in a safe manner Actively participate, provide coordination support and lead (in Business Services) all people programs, projects and conference as required Provide support for initiatives such as internal coaching, mentoring and Leader onboarding Support the Manager to facilitate the employee lifecycle including performance management and grievances Coordinate and assist in recruitment activities with our internal Recruitment Partner and Line Manager Work closely with the HR Manager and HR Business Partner for Business Services Organise exit interviews Coordinate administration of annual remuneration reviews Generate high quality reports for various initiatives You will bring Degree qualified in Human ResourcesBusiness or relevant field Recent experience working in a large commercialcorporate and complex environment Experience in managing employee lifecycle Performance management and grievances expertise as well as working knowledge of the Fair Work Act Outstanding time management skills as well as the ability to work calmly under pressure Highly developed verbal and written communication skills Ability to build trusted relationships at all levels internally and externally Exceptional collaboration skills - is approachable, helpful, diplomatic and influential High level of confidentially and ability to act with discretion Advanced MS Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) Previous experience in an HR Advisor, Generalist or HR Officer position Our aim is to ensure our people can hit the ground running - so we provide company and site specific induction with a focus on understanding GWFs business, culture, values and behaviours as well as our number one priority - safety. We are passionate about our brand and live by our values, Safe, Courageous, Trusting and Courageous. If this opportunity sounds like your ideal role, we would love to hear from you. Whats on offer at GWF Youll join a passionate and supportive team, during an exciting period of change where you can really make a difference to our business. Youll enjoy free products daily and close to public transport including the brand new Sydney Metro Northwest opening late May To apply for this opportunity please submit your application by clicking on the ˜apply now button.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior HR Advisor - Business Services

    Senior HR Advisor - Business Services George Weston Foods make and supply some of Australia New Zealands favourite and most innovative brands and products, living our core purpose ˜to delight people every day with food they love. GWFs product range is diverse and includes leading brands of breads, baked goods, smallgoods, flour, milled products and animal feed. GWFs business units include Tip Top, DON, MAURI, Yumis and Jasol. GWF is one of Australia and New Zealands largest food manufacturers employing around 6,000 people across 60 sites and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Associated British Foods plc (ABF), one of the world leading food companies. ABF operates in four categories grocery primary food agriculture ingredients and retail. GWF are currently seeking appoint an adaptable Senior HR Advisor, the position will be offered on a fixed term contract until April 2020. In this role you will be providing effective support to the Business Services Team in BTS through coordination of people programs, full employee lifecycle (performance management, grievances) reporting, recruitment process in collaboration with Talent Acquisition, remuneration and administration of People and Performance initiatives to support improved business performance and cultural change, aligned with the Company and BTS purpose of lets make it easy. The People and Performance team is high performing, collaborative and supportive. Responsibilities Ensure our key values of safe is embedded throughout all people processes and act in a safe manner Actively participate, provide coordination support and lead (in Business Services) all people programs, projects and conference as required Provide support for initiatives such as internal coaching, mentoring and Leader onboarding Support the Manager to facilitate the employee lifecycle including performance management and grievances Coordinate and assist in recruitment activities with our internal Recruitment Partner and Line Manager Work closely with the HR Manager and HR Business Partner for Business Services Organise exit interviews Coordinate administration of annual remuneration reviews Generate high quality reports for various initiatives You will bring Degree qualified in Human ResourcesBusiness or relevant field Recent experience working in a large commercialcorporate and complex environment Experience in managing employee lifecycle Performance management and grievances expertise as well as working knowledge of the Fair Work Act Outstanding time management skills as well as the ability to work calmly under pressure Highly developed verbal and written communication skills Ability to build trusted relationships at all levels internally and externally Exceptional collaboration skills - is approachable, helpful, diplomatic and influential High level of confidentially and ability to act with discretion Advanced MS Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) Previous experience in an HR Advisor, Generalist or HR Officer position Our aim is to ensure our people can hit the ground running - so we provide company and site specific induction with a focus on understanding GWFs business, culture, values and behaviours as well as our number one priority - safety. We are passionate about our brand and live by our values, Safe, Courageous, Trusting and Courageous. If this opportunity sounds like your ideal role, we would love to hear from you. Whats on offer at GWF Youll join a passionate and supportive team, during an exciting period of change where you can really make a difference to our business. Youll enjoy free products daily and close to public transport including the brand new Sydney Metro Northwest opening late May To apply for this opportunity please submit your application by clicking on the ˜apply now button.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Manager - 4 or 5 Days

    The Organisation Black Star Pastry opened its first boutique patisserie in Newtown in 2008. The brand has since become a Sydney institution, famous for the Strawberry Watermelon Cake, with stores in Rosebery, The Entertainment Quarter, Sydneys CBD as well as its original home in Newtown. Under new ownership Black Star Pastry is set to open stores across Australia, Asia, North America and Europe. The Opportunity To ensure Black Star Pastry continues to build on its success, we are currently seeking to appoint a professional HR Manager to work with the BSP leadership team to foster a culture of high performance and best practice employee engagement, to support the future strategy of the business. This role requires a strategic mind with the ability to influence and support the entire organisation with Operational and Strategic HR. As a newly vacant role, this position reports to the General Manager of Black Star Pastry, and the General Manager of People Culture for the Group and is responsible for leading the People Culture strategy for BSP. This will be achieved through providing expert coaching, advice, and solutions, that support the organisational culture and result in improved business performance. The successful candidate must be a true generalist at heart and will be able to think on their feet in a face paced hospitality environment. Key Responsibilities Development and management of end to end HR policies and procedures for the business Management of HR issues including legislative support around workplace issues, award requirements, WHS, risk management and other policies and procedures Manage end to end recruitment, induction and onboarding working with managers across the business Provide support, guidance and mentoring for managers on a range of ER and LD related activities Advise the BSP leadership team on HR issues, policies, practices and programs. Responsible for WHS working with Operations Team and the relevant insurers to manage all aspects of WHS Assist Managers and employees with all performance management and disciplinary actions. Work with payroll manager to ensure adherence to all IR and payroll requirements Coach and develop leaders across the business to be high performing Develop the OD related strategies to build the desired capability and culture within BSP Contribute to the business strategy by helping BSP leadership team to identify and grow business capabilities, behaviours, structures, and processes HR administration activities including filing and archiving of personnel files, maintain employee records, HR drive and folders. Skills Experience The successful candidate will have experience in Tertiarydegree qualification in Human Resources or related discipline Ideally a minimum of 5 years experience in HR HR generalist experience within Hospitality industry and exposure to all facets of HR disciplines Demonstrated ability to understand, interpret and apply industrial relations legislation industrial instruments (eg Modern Awards, Enterprise Agreements) Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to communicate and influence at all levels of the organisation, including Senior Management Excellent organisational and time management skills Ability to work autonomously as well as in a team You Our ideal candidate will be a contemporary HR Leader who has achieved significant outcomes operating in similar roles previously. They will be experienced HR leader who possesses an ability to build rapport and relationships with a diverse array of stakeholders. They will be driven to achieve results and present themselves with high energy and focus to achieve business outcomes. Applications need to include a CV and a one-page cover letter outlining how candidates meet the above selection criteria.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner Generalist role with lots of variety Take ownership for new PC initiative 120,000 plus super plus bonuses Our client is a global Fintech 100 recognised for its healthy culture, sustainable growth and leading edge technology. The Australian operation is well established and has all the foundations in place for the next phase of expansion. The culture is one of empathy, collaboration and commitment. The executive team is highly respected by the global group and the staff. Employees benefit from a culture that leads from the top and recognises effort and contribution. The CEO believes people are the no1 priority. As an HR practitioner, this is a dream scenario. As HR Business Partner you will hold a generalist role which includes talent acquisition, workforce planning, rem and benefits, developing and running a grad scheme, as well as all the other stuff that goes into making the dream working environment. Reporting to the HR Director, this is a unique opportunity to gain exposure to the executive team and play a major role in helping a business scale effectively. Turbo charge your career development. The role requires someone with high levels of accountability. Someone who can operate in a startup yet demonstrates enterprise level thinking on governance, systems and procedures. The first 12 months in the role will be full of challenges. Develop and implement Graduate Program Take ownership of talent acquisition and employee experience Research trends and developments in PC to create the best working environment Optimise processes across the business Support the business with everything PC Develop KPIs, remuneration and performance metrics The usual stuff that needs to get done but isn™t very exciting This is a generalist role that requires high levels of energy and resilience Your credentials must include Previous success in a dedicated HR generalist role Experience in a startup business, growing rapidly Solid understanding of current employee legislation You get stuff done Tactful and trustworthy Resilient Resourceful A customer centric view To express your interest in this role or to join the Tier One People community, apply today. 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)?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner Generalist role with lots of variety Take ownership for new PC initiative 120,000 plus super plus bonuses Our client is a global Fintech 100 recognised for its healthy culture, sustainable growth and leading edge technology. The Australian operation is well established and has all the foundations in place for the next phase of expansion. The culture is one of empathy, collaboration and commitment. The executive team is highly respected by the global group and the staff. Employees benefit from a culture that leads from the top and recognises effort and contribution. The CEO believes people are the no1 priority. As an HR practitioner, this is a dream scenario. As HR Business Partner you will hold a generalist role which includes talent acquisition, workforce planning, rem and benefits, developing and running a grad scheme, as well as all the other stuff that goes into making the dream working environment. Reporting to the HR Director, this is a unique opportunity to gain exposure to the executive team and play a major role in helping a business scale effectively. Turbo charge your career development. The role requires someone with high levels of accountability. Someone who can operate in a startup yet demonstrates enterprise level thinking on governance, systems and procedures. The first 12 months in the role will be full of challenges. Develop and implement Graduate Program Take ownership of talent acquisition and employee experience Research trends and developments in PC to create the best working environment Optimise processes across the business Support the business with everything PC Develop KPIs, remuneration and performance metrics The usual stuff that needs to get done but isn™t very exciting This is a generalist role that requires high levels of energy and resilience Your credentials must include Previous success in a dedicated HR generalist role Experience in a startup business, growing rapidly Solid understanding of current employee legislation You get stuff done Tactful and trustworthy Resilient Resourceful A customer centric view To express your interest in this role or to join the Tier One People community, apply today. 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)?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner Generalist role with lots of variety Take ownership for new PC initiative 120,000 plus super plus bonuses Our client is a global Fintech 100 recognised for its healthy culture, sustainable growth and leading edge technology. The Australian operation is well established and has all the foundations in place for the next phase of expansion. The culture is one of empathy, collaboration and commitment. The executive team is highly respected by the global group and the staff. Employees benefit from a culture that leads from the top and recognises effort and contribution. The CEO believes people are the no1 priority. As an HR practitioner, this is a dream scenario. As HR Business Partner you will hold a generalist role which includes talent acquisition, workforce planning, rem and benefits, developing and running a grad scheme, as well as all the other stuff that goes into making the dream working environment. Reporting to the HR Director, this is a unique opportunity to gain exposure to the executive team and play a major role in helping a business scale effectively. Turbo charge your career development. The role requires someone with high levels of accountability. Someone who can operate in a startup yet demonstrates enterprise level thinking on governance, systems and procedures. The first 12 months in the role will be full of challenges. Develop and implement Graduate Program Take ownership of talent acquisition and employee experience Research trends and developments in PC to create the best working environment Optimise processes across the business Support the business with everything PC Develop KPIs, remuneration and performance metrics The usual stuff that needs to get done but isn™t very exciting This is a generalist role that requires high levels of energy and resilience Your credentials must include Previous success in a dedicated HR generalist role Experience in a startup business, growing rapidly Solid understanding of current employee legislation You get stuff done Tactful and trustworthy Resilient Resourceful A customer centric view To express your interest in this role or to join the Tier One People community, apply today. 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)?

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Generalist Assistant

    Experience within payroll administration ideally within a retail environment. The company is expanding its retail presence across the Australian landscape, and...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Generalist Assistant

    Experience within payroll administration ideally within a retail environment. The company is expanding its retail presence across the Australian landscape, and...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Coordinator

    Essentially you have the relevant tertiary qualifications with a proven track record of 3-4 years experience as a generalist ideally within a blue collar...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Officer

    Relevant education qualification in HR. Team member discounts. We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic HR Generalist Talent Acquisition officer...

    location Sydney NSW 2142, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    Minimum of 1 year experience in an administration role. All applicants require current and valid working rights for Australia....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Partner for Customer Experience (Part Time)

    Minimum 2 x years™ experience in a similar role. Microsoft Office applications particularly Excel. Ability to work in a fast-paced, high-pressured sales...

    location Rotary Athletics Field, Lane Cove North NSW 2066, Australia


  • HR Partner for Customer Experience (Part Time)

    Minimum 2 x years™ experience in a similar role. Microsoft Office applications particularly Excel. Ability to work in a fast-paced, high-pressured sales...

    location Rotary Athletics Field, Lane Cove North NSW 2066, Australia


  • HR Generalist Assistant

    Experience within payroll administration ideally within a retail environment. The company is expanding its retail presence across the Australian landscape, and...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Workforce Planning Manager

    Human Resources Workforce Planning Manager This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced resource manager to assist in setting up the newly created function nationally. Client Details Global Professional Services Description Allocation of resources - driving yourself your team to proactively manage the scheduling of staff on engagements, with a continued focus on engagement profitability and optimal client service taking into consideration the skills aspirations of our resources. Process definition implementation - defining resource management best practices subsequently implementing them into the business. These should mirror support the wider business and operating unit strategy Change Management - bringing the business on the journey as we implement this new function whilst demonstrating the value it will have and the positive impact it will bring to them Reporting - presentation of, insight analysis of short and long term capacity, utilisation, variance, adhoc reporting Resource Management representation - participation and contribution to relevant resource management forums, executive meetings and wider support function meetings Stakeholder management - Working closely with Partners, Directors and Managers to resolve all requests in a timely thorough manner while challenging the status quo when you believe an alternative approach will benefit the business to meet their goals. Resource development - Understand the existing skill set and development needs of all resources work with the leaders of the business the individuals to identify opportunities for them to upskill grow their careers in the direction they aspire. Provide an induction for all new joiners in all locations promoting the resource management function Team performance management - this role will initially have one consultant reporting directly into it and will grow with more direct reports as the function grows. You will be responsible for coaching and driving a motivated and driven team. Profile Building strong trusted relationships with both internal clients and other employees. Excellent communication skills and an ability to adapt communication depending on the audience. A proactive attitude coupled with energy, motivation and enthusiasm. Confident and approachable style Awareness and appropriate discretion when dealing with sensitive or confidential material Job Offer High performing team Fast career progression Credible global brand CBD To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Adam Oldman on +61 2 8292 2213. Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Shared Services Administrator

    HR Shared Services Administrator You will take ownership for all transactional HR administration through the employee life cycle and support HR related projects. The successful incumbent will be working in a professional team environment that promotes initiative and recognises individual drive. About you The successful candidate will demonstrate Strong customer service ethic and a continuous improvement mindset Attention to detail Excellent professional communication skills (written and verbal) Exhibits a resourceful and proactive approach Ability to work autonomously and use initiative Exceptional interpersonal skills (high level of emotional intelligence and good judgement) Can juggle multiple tasks, projects, client demands and prioritise Ability to manage well under pressure Demonstrates problem solving abilities Intermediate to advanced MS Office skills Previous experience in a similar position What we can offer you A fun and supportive team environment First class modern facilities Career progression and development pathways Collaborative environment with the aim of academic excellence Mobility within the organisation and locations Health Wellbeing packages which includes free counselling for employees and family, discounted gym membership, movie tickets, discounts on travel, accommodation and insurance Salary packaging and novated leasing About Us Navitas is a leading global education provider that delivers an extensive range of educational services to over 80,000 students annually through more than 120 institutions in 31 countries. We are proud to be an ASX 200 listed organisation and strive for continuous growth and excellence with students at our forefront. Diversity and Inclusion Navitas promotes and embraces an inclusive and diversified workforce. We believe equality, flexibility and diversity in the workplace will deliver a rich and collaborative environment for our employees, students and clients. We encourage applications from candidates with disabilities, of all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and diverse community groups. How to apply Please apply online, or for further information, please contact Michael Hickton on +61 2 8236 8080 Applications close on Monday 27052019 however, we reserve the right to progress or confirm applicants prior to close date. Applications received after the close date may be considered pending the recruitment process. Extra information Successful candidates will require full working rights in Australia and undergo criminal records and working with children check. By submitting your application, you acknowledge and agree to Navitas™ Privacy policy. Further information can be found at navitas.comcareers

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Shared Services Administrator

    HR Shared Services Administrator You will take ownership for all transactional HR administration through the employee life cycle and support HR related projects. The successful incumbent will be working in a professional team environment that promotes initiative and recognises individual drive. About you The successful candidate will demonstrate Strong customer service ethic and a continuous improvement mindset Attention to detail Excellent professional communication skills (written and verbal) Exhibits a resourceful and proactive approach Ability to work autonomously and use initiative Exceptional interpersonal skills (high level of emotional intelligence and good judgement) Can juggle multiple tasks, projects, client demands and prioritise Ability to manage well under pressure Demonstrates problem solving abilities Intermediate to advanced MS Office skills Previous experience in a similar position What we can offer you A fun and supportive team environment First class modern facilities Career progression and development pathways Collaborative environment with the aim of academic excellence Mobility within the organisation and locations Health Wellbeing packages which includes free counselling for employees and family, discounted gym membership, movie tickets, discounts on travel, accommodation and insurance Salary packaging and novated leasing About Us Navitas is a leading global education provider that delivers an extensive range of educational services to over 80,000 students annually through more than 120 institutions in 31 countries. We are proud to be an ASX 200 listed organisation and strive for continuous growth and excellence with students at our forefront. Diversity and Inclusion Navitas promotes and embraces an inclusive and diversified workforce. We believe equality, flexibility and diversity in the workplace will deliver a rich and collaborative environment for our employees, students and clients. We encourage applications from candidates with disabilities, of all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and diverse community groups. How to apply Please apply online, or for further information, please contact Michael Hickton on +61 2 8236 8080 Applications close on Monday 27052019 however, we reserve the right to progress or confirm applicants prior to close date. Applications received after the close date may be considered pending the recruitment process. Extra information Successful candidates will require full working rights in Australia and undergo criminal records and working with children check. By submitting your application, you acknowledge and agree to Navitas™ Privacy policy. Further information can be found at navitas.comcareers

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior HR Advisor

    Human Resources Senior HR Advisor A unique opportunity for a Senior HR Advisor to own this particular site and support the growth of this entrepreneurial business. Client Details Global IT Brand with Engineering Description performance management remuneration and benefits management unlawful EEO Workplace Conduct employee relations and industrial relations matters grievance procedures and workplace investigations Recruitment and Selection Strategies and Processes, Employee Performance Management Programs, Remuneration and Benefits, WorkplaceIndustrial Relations Profile Experience within blue collar industries is admirable True generalist who is ready to be in an autonomous role Very resourced HR function Large progression Job Offer A business growing through acquisition Innovative business and open to change Broad HR remit To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Adam Oldman on +61 2 8292 2213. Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobshuman-resources

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor

    Relevant business tertiary qualification or HR certificate, or equivalent HR or people management business experience (Essential)....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Advisor

    Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related discipline. You will be responsible for coordinating and facilitating a range of HR group policies...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • People & Culture Business Partner

    If you feel you have the required skills and experience for the position please address the selection criteria above in a covering letter and submit with a...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


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