Human Resource Management Jobs In Brisbane

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  • Army Officer

    Army Officer Opportunity As an Army Officer (also known as General Service Officer), learn to take command, while enjoying an excellent salary plus generous superannuation ongoing investment in your personal and career development free medical and dental a good worklife balance rewarding work and world-class training subsidised accommodation a supportive team environment travel and leave entitlements free access to sports and fitness facilities friendships that last a lifetime All that plus exciting opportunities supporting Army domestic activities, including exercises and operations, with potential deployments overseas in support of Australian and coalition personnel. Your role If you have resolve and commitment, and enjoy taking charge in a team environment, you could make an excellent Army Officer. The Army provides expert training in leadership and informed decision-making and the skills you acquire will benefit you throughout your career, whatever path you choose to pursue. In the Army that path could lead to any number of specialisations, including Armoured Artillery Engineering Infantry Intelligence Aviation Medical Signals Ordnance, and Transport. The options for entry include via a degree course at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) going straight to the Royal Military College (RMC), Duntroon via a Cadetship if youre pursuing a career in Army Aviation Upon graduation you could have 30 troops put at your command, and be engaged in missions ranging from Army exercises in the bush to combat operations. Few management positions offer the variety and career opportunities the Army can. So are you ready for the challenge? Then apply now (below). Salary Fully-paid leadership training Once trained, starting package approx. 73,000 p.a. plus superannuation Numerous other benefits Location Training in Canberra, ACT Depending on your specialisation you could be posted to any one of the many Army bases and units across Australia Entry Requirements At least 17 years of age Australian Citizen Completion of Year 12 with passes in English and three other approved subjects Exact academic requirements vary by method of entry (such as those required to apply for RMC or a degree course at ADFA). Use the link below for more information. Medical and fitness guidelines also apply. How to Apply Click on the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button to submit your application. For more information view the full position description here Army Officer position description

    location Alberton Ct, Eight Mile Plains QLD 4113, Australia

  • Manager People & Culture

    Manager People Culture The Organisation Sharp Carter are proudly partnering with Mackay Regional Council to appoint the Manager People Culture position. Mackay Regional Council services a community of over 119,000 residents, covering 7,621 square kilometres of rainforest, Natural Parks, historic townships, miles of golden beaches and more than 70 tropical islands. The Region boasts a vibrant economy offering an idyllic lifestyle on the Central Queensland Coast, from picturesque beaches and nearby island resorts to beautiful rainforests. The Council are a key employer of the region and are known to be a dynamic, progressive and financially sound Local Government who employ over 1000 staff. Mackay Regional Council are responsible for 3.5 billion worth of assets across the rapidly growing region where sugar, mining, beef, tourism and retail drive the economy. The Position At Mackay Regional Council, the 2017 “ 2020 People and Culture Strategic Direction is nearing its review point with a future emphasis upon the implementation and impact of technology along with building on the foundations of the strategic initiatives in the areas across Human Resources. Additionally, this role will lead the HRIS2021 project in delivering a new HRIS for the whole of Mackay Regional Council as well as lead the Certified Agreement renewal process for delivery in 2020. Responsibilities Provide leadership and strategic direction to Mackay Regional Council and the senior leadership team to encourage a working environment that is outcomes focused and instills a culture of continuous improvement Manage and direct contemporary, best practice, multidisciplinary, and timely Human Resource services including workforce capability, culture and leadership, performance management, HR analytics, organisational development and workplace relations Lead and implement strategies and business plans to achieve performance excellence across all HR measures, and articulate the human resource performance standards to monitor performance Manage multiple complex projects and initiatives across the full range of HR services and create a commercially focused culture which embraces client service as a central tenet Provide trusted HR advice and make recommendations to members of the Strategic Leadership Team around strategies which address the service delivery context and wider resource management context of local government. Skills and Experience Relevant tertiary qualifications in human resources, employment relations or related business discipline Substantial demonstrated experience in a senior level HR management role with demonstrated effective strategic leadership and management experience Demonstrated experience in leading the delivery of the full range of human resource functions at a strategic and operational level Proven experience in the management of human, financial and capital resources to provide efficient and effective service delivery Strong knowledge and understanding of industry awards, Fair Work Act, National Employment Standards and Queensland employment legislation. How to Apply If you are interested in this position, please request a candidate briefing pack at or For a confidential discussion, please contact Haylea Smith, Principal Consultant Human Resources on 0491 286 873 or Courtney-Marie Hamson, Consultant Human Resources on 0410 959 535. Applications close Tuesday 16 July 2019. By submitting your email address and any other personal information when applying to a job, you consent to such information being collected, held, used and disclosed in accordance with the Sharp Carter Privacy Policy

    location Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

  • Director People and Culture

    Director People and Culture Churches of Christ Queensland, Kenmore Campus Permanent Bring your vision and over the horizon perspective to this Executive position. About the role In this newly created position you will be vital to the success of our new five year Strategic plan. You will be a member of the Executive Group (of seven) and report direct to the CEO, ensuring all people and culture activities are aligned with our strategic direction and values. Leading eight direct reports across the core functions of human resources, you will elevate the operational capability of the organisation with innovative and contemporary solutions. Your key focus will be the implementation of contemporary workforce improvement strategies that support a workforce of nearly 4000. As we look to grow our organisation even further, we need to build strong and best human resource processes to support that growth we need to be better before we get bigger Working with the results of our very recent Cultural Survey, you will operate with strategic intent to ensure we have the right culture DNA embedded across the organisation. You will have a key leadership role in realising the desired organisational culture, identifying and developing key culture, and engagement. About you You are an experienced People and Culture leader, with proven skills in strategic and policy development, with demonstrable results and outcomes. Passionate about human resource capability and deliverables, youre ready to deliver practical solutions that speak to the heart of our organisation. Youre a problem solver by nature and want to work with an organisation that values the kind of people who reimagine the possible for their clients and stakeholders. You have previously led multi discipline teams, inspiring them to deliver results and achieve shared goals. Experience across the full spectrum of people and culture areas is a given and if youve had that within a similar industry or not for profit sector, that would be great. Our diversity, operating in multiple industries and geographies, results in a complexity that wont phase you and youve possibly experienced in past roles. Experience at a senior level is a given but you will also need ambition and energy to take on the challenges this role presents. As a member of the Executive team, you need to be an active member of a mainline Christian denomination. Importantly, you will be someone who closely aligns with our organisational values of unconditional love mutual trust wise stewardship and continual innovation. Who we are We offer over 200 services in more than 100 communities, positively impacting around 45,000 lives each year. Our care services include children, youth and family services, early intervention and protection, affordable housing, and seniors and support living, making us one of Australias largest, most diverse not-for-profit organisations. Clearly, a career with us can be as challenging and diverse as the services we provide. Imagine working for us Our values encourage us to be accepting of differences and embrace all. Our size and variety offers you real choice and opportunities to grow your career. Youll also find we offer a family friendly work culture. Remuneration packages come complete with salary-packaging benefits that can increase your take-home pay along with a generous five weeks of annual leave and the ability to purchase more (for eligible employees). Most importantly, you will help us to positively impact the lives of thousands of vulnerable Australians. Just imagine that. To apply If you would like to know more about this role, please contact Lorrae Carr, Recruitment and Retention Manager on 33631704. To apply, please submit your current resume and a one page cover letter highlighting your career experiences that match this exciting opportunity. We actively encourage and invite applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all our positions. Applications close Friday July 19 2019.

    location Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

  • HR Advisor

    HR Advisor WHO WE ARE Downer is the leading provider of integrated services in Australia and New Zealand. Through trusted relationships and world leading insight we work closely with our customers to design, build and sustain assets, infrastructure and facilities. Our Mining, Energy and Industrial division provides engineering and construction, contract mining and asset services to customers in the resources, energy, power generation and industrial sectors. As part of this team, youll join a group of innovative thinkers who work together to deliver market-leading, safe, cost effective and environmentally friendly outcomes that exceed customer expectations. POSITION SUMMARY Downer MEI has an exciting opportunity available for an experienced HR Advisor, as part of our People and Culture team for Mining East. This opportunity is offered on a full-time, permanent basis at our Brisbane Head Office in Milton. ABOUT THE ROLE As a key member of a high performing team, you will play an integral role in providing support in HR Services to our thriving Underground business. Reporting to the HRBP, Underground you will Carry out all HR practices in line with the People Strategy and Company Policy, Procedure and Standards Maintain a working knowledge of Federal and State employment related legislation Work collaboratively with the broader HR functions and participate in a variety of HR initiatives Assist Management in disciplinary procedures, dismissals, Enterprise Agreement interpretation and implementation and advice on general HR issues. Manage the Payroll framework, queries and regular audits Provide support to the HRBP in the Workforce Planning process Assist in continuous improvement initiatives for all HR Policies, Standards, Procedures and Forms Ensure an understanding of and compliance with Downer™s Zero Harm Objectives as they relate to all employees. Develop and maintain effective working relationships through excellent communication, negotiation, collaboration and influencing skills ABOUT YOU Tertiary qualifications in business, human resources or another related discipline A good understanding and appreciation of Equity Diversity, Occupational Health and Safety, and Employment Legislation Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Human Resources Management practices Well-developed skills in Microsoft Office and HR information systems Demonstrated experience providing support in the coordination of HR services to Underground, hard rock, mining projects will be highly regarded. Ability to travel interstate and maintain a presence on site as required IN RETURN WE OFFER Full-time, permanent, opportunity working in a dynamic and successful business within the Downer Group. Numerous financial, lifestyle, health well-being benefits including Salary sacrifice options, novated leasing, discounts, and support programs Access to a range of career development and advancement opportunities State-of-the-art office facilities at Milton Green, overlooking the Brisbane River If you are interested in this opportunity, please follow the Apply link now and complete the online application. We thank all applicants for their interest however, only those under consideration will be contacted. For more information, please contact Downer is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture This role is being sourced directly by Downer. We respectfully request no agencies approach.

    location Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

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