Human Resource Policy Advisor Jobs In Brisbane

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  • People and Culture Administrator

    SEE Civil was established in 1988, and with over 30 years of experience in civil construction, material processing and quarry operations, we have built on our proven strengths to become a very successful Australian owned company. Valuing the importance of relationships, we have a collaborative approach that is flexible and can respond quickly to the needs of our clients. About your new job The SEE Civil People and Culture Team are a professional team focused on supporting our passionate and successful workforce to drive a culture of collaboration, passion, accountability, innovation and communication. The People and Culture Administrator role is an amazing opportunity in a diverse business where you will play a pivotal role in helping us continue to support our people in an environment that is ever growing and changing. Success in this role will rely your ability to be confident and proactive, while your customer service skills and flexible approach allows you to achieve best for business outcomes while supporting our people. Your knowledge of contemporary human resources will give you the ability to influence managers while advocating and supporting our positive culture and growing your HR generalist skills in a practical environment. If you are up for a challenge - we will provide the rest, including ongoing professional development and a collaborative environment to allow you to thrive What we are looking for HR degree qualification in Australia ( or near qualification) An understanding of different industrial instruments, including Enterprise Agreements, Modern Awards and Australian Legislation Working within a team effectively MS office skills (intermediate) Excellent communication skills Customer service focus Problem analysis and decision making What we offer SEE Group places importance a healthy balance between your professional and personal life. From ongoing professional development, our Road2Health wellbeing program, flexible work conditions, employee recognition, to discounts on a new car and much more.

    location Alberton Ct, Eight Mile Plains QLD 4113, Australia


  • HR Generalist with L&D Focus

    HR Generalist with LD Focus Cornetts Supermarkets is a large independent retail supermarket chain who own and operate in local communities across Queensland. To help us ensure that the business continues to grow and thrive, we are looking for a HR Generalist with a keen interest in learning and development. Cornetts recognises the value of its employees and is committed to developing the skills and expertise of our team members. The HR Generalist will play a key role in providing advice and coaching to line managers, while developing and delivering training initiatives for the business. The HR Generalist will act as a business partner to line managers, across 33 supermarkets and the support office, and will work closely with the Human Resources team to ensure that the business has the right tools, training and expertise to ensure that our team members can meet business objectives. We are looking for someone who is proactive, can deliver creative approaches to training, and has a desire to support innovation and change and has an optimistic attitude to help foster a positive culture within our company. To be successful in this role, you will bring experience in Providing advice on human resources matters, including award and enterprise agreement interpretation, employee relations and general staffing matters Developing, communicating and maintaining HR policies and procedures Designing, developing and delivering training to meet business needs Coordinating traineeships and apprenticeship and claiming incentives Workforce planning Staff communication Acting as a business partner to frontline and senior managers Developing a learning culture, preferably in a multi-site organisation Reporting and data analysis and Taking a proactive approach to continuous improvement. Qualifications and Experience Tertiary qualification in Human Resources Management or related field Certificate IV or Diploma in TAE (an advantage) Experience dealing with awards and enterprise agreements Ability to deliver outcomes while working autonomously, as well as part of a team Skills in policy and procedure development Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to travel to regional and remote locations, as required Intermediate to advance Microsoft Office skill and Excellent customer service skills. This is a position where you™ll build relationships with a great network of people, and work with a friendly hardworking team. Additionally, our new modern support office just outside of Brisbane provides a great atmosphere for those who work there. If you™re ready to play a part in our business, we want to hear from you To apply, please click on œApply and submit your resume and cover letter addressing the above criteria. Applications close 17 June 2019 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of the Fair Work Act?

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


  • Portfolio Workforce Planner

    As a Brisbane City Council employee, you get to make a real difference working on something thats truly worthwhile. Council is a nationally recognised employer of choice offering over 4000 different jobs, and diverse and interesting career paths. Portfolio Workforce Planner Req ID 435201 Personnel Area Organisational Services Branch Information Services Salary Range AUD 117,938 to 128,002 plus superannuation (Remuneration stated is for the full-time positions) Work type Permanent full time Are you an experienced resource planning professional with success in developing and delivering strategic workforce planning strategies and plans? If you have strengths in building successful and collaborative partnerships with diverse stakeholders in order to achieve real outcomes, read on. As the Portfolio Workforce Planner you will develop and implement a strategic workforce planning management strategy, ensuring a proactive focus on demand management, ICT resource planning to meet required capability, forecasting and utilisation for Portfolio Delivery projects. The role is also responsible for overseeing the administration of the various ICT panels for Portfolio Delivery, ensuring there is appropriate rigour and control around the process for engaging panels. To be successful in this role you will have the ability to identify critical capabilities, future priorities, supply forecasting, business needs and scenario planning within a complex organisation analytical skills with solid experience in analysing and interpreting workforce trends ability to build plans briefs on complex strategic workforce planning matters strong success in developing and maintaining relationships with a range of stakeholders effective project and time management skills whilst working in a high performing team setting. Benefits include competitive salary and superannuation collaborative working environment on-site gym This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to improved business performance and value for money by supporting strategic, quality and timely planning decisions Working in Council means delivering excellent customer service to the people of Brisbane. How to apply Click on the Apply button below to complete your online application. Please upload your current resume and covering letter (of no more than one page) that demonstrates how you meet the requirements of this role. This role will require a Criminal History Check. Position description CLICK HERE N.B. Right click on link and copy shortcut into Chrome browser. Further Information CLICK HERE for more information on the benefits of working in Council including the employment information kit. More information Phone Lindsay Peacock 3178 7506 Closing date Tuesday 11th of June 2018 1155pm AEST Council Employees must apply for internal vacancies while at work signed in to Council™s system (Single Sign On) or from home using a Remote Connection Service using an RSA SecureID token to log into the system. Field based employees will be provided a system log in and password to enable them to apply online. Employees can call Resource and Contractor Management for additional assistance. Brisbane City Council is a multi-award winning accessible and inclusive workplace. Council was awarded 2016 Employer of Year at the National Disability Awards and 2018 ˜Gold™ status by the Australian Workplace Equality Index for LGBTI inclusion. Visit www.brisbane.qld.gov.aucareers Council is made up of people dedicated to a better Brisbane.

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


  • People and Culture Advisor

    People and Culture Advisor Who we are and what we do SEE Group is a diverse and flexible employer providing long-term career opportunities for our employees. Across our operations we work on challenging projects that allow our employees to grow and develop with us. Were not afraid to innovate and encourage employees and teams to see ideas through from concept to delivery. A role at a SEE Group offers you the opportunity to be a part of a dynamic and growing organisation with all the benefits of a family-owned business. No matter which project youre working on, or where your office is, youll be part of a group of companies that supports and values you. At SEE Group were committed to investing in our people to ensure they can always perform at their best and are ready to take the next step in their careers. About your new job The SEE Group People and Culture Team are a professional team focussed on supporting our passionate and successful workforce to drive a culture of collaboration, passion, accountability, innovation and communication. The People and Culture Advisor role is an amazing opportunity in a diverse business where you will play a pivotal role in helping us continue to support our people in an environment that is ever growing and changing. Success in this role will rely your ability to be confident and proactive, while your customer service skills and flexible approach allows you to achieve best for business outcomes while supporting our people. Your knowledge of contemporary industrial relations will give you the ability to influence managers while advocating and supporting our positive culture. If you are up for a challenge - we will provide the rest, including ongoing professional development and a collaborative environment to allow you to thrive What we are looking for IRHR degree qualification with 5 years™ generalist experience working within Human Resources in Australia Experience within the construction industry, preferably with a Building Code 2016 compliant entity Experience interpreting Enterprise Agreements, Modern Awards and Australian Legislation WHS Workers compensation experience (desirable) Return to Work certificate (desirable) Working within a team effectively MS office skills (intermediate) Excellent communication skills Problem analysis and decision making What we offer We offer competitive remuneration and a range of benefits including salary packaging and access to Toyota Fleet Discounts. Opportunities to take charge of your health and wellbeing through our Road2Health program. SEE Civil embraces the benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce offering flexible and inclusive workplaces that recognises high performance, supports good ideas and promotes a healthy work-life balance. We support the continuous learning and professional development of our employees, in turn promoting career progression through the company. We celebrate the success of our employees through formal and informal rewards and recognition. We have a strong organisational culture which encourages passion, innovation, collaboration, accountability and empowerment. How to apply If this is the role for you and you want to join the Team, then we encourage you to submit your CV with a tailored cover letter by clicking apply now and your application will be reviewed against our selection criteria. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Women and People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island heritage are strongly encouraged to apply. We look forward to hearing from you.

    location Alberton Ct, Eight Mile Plains QLD 4113, Australia


  • Principal HR Advisor

    Applications may remain current for 12 months and may be considered for recurring vacancies. Key duties include....

    location Brisbane QLD, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner Location Brisbane, Australia About Thales In fast changing markets, customers worldwide rely on Thales. Thales is a business where brilliant people from all over the world come together to share ideas and inspire each other. In aerospace, transportation, defence, security and space, our achitects design innovative solutions that make our tomorrows possible. We™re inventing the future, right here, right now, at Thales. We design the critical security solutions of tomorrow by combining the curiosity to explore, the intelligence to question and the vision to create. Together we solve complicated problems by combining our experience in the market with our leading research and development capabilities. About Our Site Our Eagle Farm site is the beating heart of operations for Thales range of protected vehicles, which protect Australian soldiers in the field. At this site we provide a range of offering engineering and general maintenance services to ensure our soldiers remain safe. Our team of 140 have an unrivalled passion for what we do, our Support operations are pivotal to the ongoing success of both our Bushmaster and Hawkei platforms. Our Opportunity As the Human Resources Business Partner you will operate as a key advisor to Protected Vehicles business within the Thales Australia Vehicles and Tactical Systems domain. Reporting to the HR Director, the Human Resources (HR) Business Partner role is accountable for defining and driving a people agenda which will enable delivery of the business strategy and a high performance culture. A trusted partner, this role works with the business leaders to ensure that people initiatives help the business to attract, develop and retain talent. Responsibilities Partnering with business leaders to understand their people needsissues and deploy strategies to raise team capability Influence business decision-making to ensure HR issues and risk are considered systematically at the earliest possible point Working closely with the HR Director to develop a tangible project plan to drive people initiatives and delivery across the leadership team The identification and development of key talent to ensure the long term capabilities of Thales are met Ensure compliance with all legal, regulatory and Company HR requirements by working closely with the ER team About You Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related field an advantage Strong stakeholder engagement skills with a wide variety of individuals Experience in engineering, manufacturing or services environment desirable Proven experience in a complex matrix environment Past experience in a fast paced and changing environment Special Requirements The position is dependent on the candidate eligibility to obtain a Defence Security Clearance. The suitable candidate needs to be ITARS cleared therefore Thales needs to know if you hold any passport other than Australian, or have dual citizenship. You will also need to successfully clear a pre-employment medical and police check. Culture Benefits at Thales Thales can offer you a variety of interesting and challenging work. We support our employees to develop professionally and succeed. We are a growing global organisation so hiring from within is our first priority, ensuring all our employees are given every opportunity to develop and build their career. We offer a variety of initiatives that support your wellbeing such as flexible work practices, salary sacrifice, novated leasing and purchased leave. Thales is committed to providing an inclusive workplace where the very best talent in Australia chooses to work, we encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. At Thales we provide CAREERS and not only jobs. With Thales employing 80,000 employees in 68 countries our mobility policy enables thousands of employees each year to develop their careers at home and abroad, in their existing areas of expertise or by branching out into new fields. Together we believe that embracing flexibility is a smarter way of working. Great journeys start here, apply now

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


  • People Services Assistant

    People Services Assistant About Us Powerlink Queensland is a Government Owned Corporation that owns, develops, operates and maintains the electricity transmission network in Queensland. We are the central link in the electricity supply chain, transporting high voltage electricity from generators to electricity distribution networks. The Opportunity This is a fantastic opportunity to play a key role within our People Advisory and Recruitment teams. Would suit a recent HR Graduate or a professional early in their HR career. The People Services Assistant is the backbone of the team, providing administrative and advisory services to the business. This role has a strong customer focus driven by creating a great employee experience and place to work. This is a temporary position up until 30 December 2019. You will Provide frontline, standard employment advice utilising your knowledge of enterprise agreement and policy translation Manage the end to end administrative process for new employees, reinventing current methods and delivering a superb first experience of Powerlink Assist the People Services Advisors across the full administrative employee life cycle Generate reports as well as identify and test improvements to SAP HR system Support the talent acquisition team in the end to end recruitment process Play a key role in the identification and implementation of system and process enhancements About you Certificate or Diploma in HR Management, Business Administration or similar (essential) Experience working as a HR Officer or entry level HR Advisor Demonstrated experience working with SAP, PageUp or similar HR platforms Experience translating Agreements and Policy and effectively communicating with key stakeholders Energy and drive to constantly improve people services Be passionate about engaging with the business to deliver exceptional customer service Have an ability to deliver high quality outputs, accurately and within required timeframes. Why Powerlink? Powerlink provides a working environment that embraces and values a diverse and inclusive work environment and offer benefits to ensure your professional development and well being including Flexible work arrangements Training and development opportunities for future career growth Excellent facilities, including free and secure on-site parking, cafeteria and gym Attractive remuneration package Next Steps If this sounds like you, and you are interested in joining a supportive, collaborative team, we encourage you to apply. Applications close 8.00am Monday 10 June 2019. For further information please contact recruitmentpowerlink.com.au At Powerlink we are an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application. If you are interested in this opportunity or furthering your career within the electricity transmission industry please visit our careers page and make the connection at httprecruitment.powerlink.com.au To apply for this role, click Apply now.

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


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related field an advantage. You will also need to successfully clear a pre-employment medical and police check....

    location Brisbane QLD, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related field an advantage. You will also need to successfully clear a pre-employment medical and police check....

    location Brisbane QLD, Australia


  • Human Resources Advisor

    Human Resources Advisor Fulton Hogan is a privately owned contractor with more than 80 years™ experience in transport, water, energy, mining, civil construction and land development infrastructure in New Zealand and Australia. We create communities from the ground up, starting with our own network of quarries, which is complemented by our asphalt, emulsion and precast plants across Australia and New Zealand. We pride ourselves on being a family company “ one that cares about communities and the people in them, especially our customers, suppliers and our 6,900-plus staff. We are currently recruiting for a HR Advisor for our Northern Region business in Queensland. This role will be based in Brisbane with a reasonable amount of travel required to interface with the business across Queensland. About the role This is a fantastic career opportunity for a suitably qualified and experienced Human Resources Advisor. Reporting into the HR Manager, you will support the operations in the day to day HR functions, as well as work closely with the team to implement strategic HR initiatives throughout the Queensland business. Responsibilities include Providing generalist HR and IR advice and support to a diverse team across the state Establishing and maintaining strong working relationships with the business to become a trusted advisor Regular site visits to perform HR business partnering and maintain contact with operational teams Investigating HRIR issues and recommending solutions in accordance with legislation, policy and guidelines Providing advice across a range of IRER issues including advice on EBA™s in an industrial environment Supporting the team in the utilisation of the HRIS system (Workday) Assisting with Performance Management, Talent Succession, Remuneration Benefits, Learning Development and Recruitment needs for the business Balancing transactional and strategic HR priorities simultaneously Supporting the annual Graduate and Cadet intake including the annual recruitment drive Contributing as member of the HR team in establishing our desired organisational culture About you You are confident in your abilities, an excellent communicator, customer focused and an influential team member. You hold qualifications in HR or IR and have at least 5 years relevant industry experience in a similar role. You have experienced working within a fast paced industrial environment and are results focused, resilient, resourceful, proactive and flexible. A high level of communication skills with the ability to engage and influence at all levels is essential to the success of this role. Exceptional interpersonal skills (high level of emotional intelligence and good judgement) are also required. You will be confident in dealing with all areas of the business and have the ability to build relationships with all levels of the business. Previous proven experience in a complex multi-site business would be highly regarded. Strong planning and organisational skills with the capacity to prioritise work and deal with competing demands is essential. Demonstrated experience in a similar role with knowledge of Enterprise Agreements is highly desirable. If you feel this position is a good fit for your skills and experience and you are passionate about working for a company that prioritises our REAL values of Respect, Energy, Attitude and Leadership, please apply below. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. No agency applications will be considered www.fultonhogan.com

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


  • Human Resources Advisor

    Human Resources Advisor Fulton Hogan is a privately owned contractor with more than 80 years™ experience in transport, water, energy, mining, civil construction and land development infrastructure in New Zealand and Australia. We create communities from the ground up, starting with our own network of quarries, which is complemented by our asphalt, emulsion and precast plants across Australia and New Zealand. We pride ourselves on being a family company “ one that cares about communities and the people in them, especially our customers, suppliers and our 6,900-plus staff. We are currently recruiting for a HR Advisor for our Northern Region business in Queensland. This role will be based in Brisbane with a reasonable amount of travel required to interface with the business across Queensland. About the role This is a fantastic career opportunity for a suitably qualified and experienced Human Resources Advisor. Reporting into the HR Manager, you will support the operations in the day to day HR functions, as well as work closely with the team to implement strategic HR initiatives throughout the Queensland business. Responsibilities include Providing generalist HR and IR advice and support to a diverse team across the state Establishing and maintaining strong working relationships with the business to become a trusted advisor Regular site visits to perform HR business partnering and maintain contact with operational teams Investigating HRIR issues and recommending solutions in accordance with legislation, policy and guidelines Providing advice across a range of IRER issues including advice on EBA™s in an industrial environment Supporting the team in the utilisation of the HRIS system (Workday) Assisting with Performance Management, Talent Succession, Remuneration Benefits, Learning Development and Recruitment needs for the business Balancing transactional and strategic HR priorities simultaneously Supporting the annual Graduate and Cadet intake including the annual recruitment drive Contributing as member of the HR team in establishing our desired organisational culture About you You are confident in your abilities, an excellent communicator, customer focused and an influential team member. You hold qualifications in HR or IR and have at least 5 years relevant industry experience in a similar role. You have experienced working within a fast paced industrial environment and are results focused, resilient, resourceful, proactive and flexible. A high level of communication skills with the ability to engage and influence at all levels is essential to the success of this role. Exceptional interpersonal skills (high level of emotional intelligence and good judgement) are also required. You will be confident in dealing with all areas of the business and have the ability to build relationships with all levels of the business. Previous proven experience in a complex multi-site business would be highly regarded. Strong planning and organisational skills with the capacity to prioritise work and deal with competing demands is essential. Demonstrated experience in a similar role with knowledge of Enterprise Agreements is highly desirable. If you feel this position is a good fit for your skills and experience and you are passionate about working for a company that prioritises our REAL values of Respect, Energy, Attitude and Leadership, please apply below. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. No agency applications will be considered www.fultonhogan.com

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


  • HR Administrator

    HR Administrator Part Time 20 hours per week (4-5 day weekly work pattern) 8-month contract Fantastic team and enjoyable work environment Award-winning Employer Excellent opportunity if you want a career in HR UQ SPORT At UQ Sport, we are firm believers that work should not be dull and boring. Our team is passionate about creating an awesome culture that promotes work-life balance, health and wellbeing, and most importantly, fun We are proud to work at UQ Sport, and it shows in the exceptional work we do. Our not-for-profit organisation delivers almost 400 diverse programs to University of Queensland students, staff and alumni, as well as the general public, across UQ™s St Lucia and Gatton campuses. We are regarded as one of Australia™s leading employers “ Human Resources Director (HRD) Magazine awarded us a Bronze Medal in its 2016 ˜Employer of Choice™ Survey “ and with good reason We offer flexible working conditions, extensive learning opportunities and a wide range of staff benefits (ones that will make your friends jealous) to our squad of more than 70 permanent staff, and over 250 casuals. THE ROLE This role is a fantastic hands on opportunity for someone with excellent attention to detail and a passion for bringing structure to work activities. This opportunity will open doors for an enthusiastic and dedicated candidate who wants to grow and develop professionally in Human Resources. DUTIES RESPONSIBILITIES Reporting to the HR Manager, this role is responsible for providing general administrative support to the HR team and ensuring that employee records are accurate, up to date and compliant. SKILLS EXPERIENCE You will have 12 months previous experience working in HRAdmin roles. A qualification in HR is not necessary but desirable. We are looking for someone who is personable, efficient and reliable with a high level of accuracy. Your strong communication skills, both written and verbal will see you working effectively and collaboratively in our team. You will require work rights for this position. BENEFITS A relaxed office environment that produces amazing work Supportive but autonomous culture An organisation that is committed to your work-life balance Access to ongoing personal and professional development FREE access to UQ Sport venues and programs Access to fully subsidised income protection Access to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Annual Leave Loading (17.5) Superannuation (10) Additional paid leave over the Christmas break HOW TO APPLY Applications close Sunday 16 June 2019. To be considered for this role, you must submit a cover letter outlining how you meet the skills and experience outlined above and in the Position Description available through our website. Shortlisted candidates may be contacted for interviews prior to the closing date. For further information, please contact Azi Sadrizadeh, HR Advisor at hruqsport.com.au 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 have experience in an administration role?

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


  • HR Administrator

    HR Administrator Part Time 20 hours per week (4-5 day weekly work pattern) 8-month contract Fantastic team and enjoyable work environment Award-winning Employer Excellent opportunity if you want a career in HR UQ SPORT At UQ Sport, we are firm believers that work should not be dull and boring. Our team is passionate about creating an awesome culture that promotes work-life balance, health and wellbeing, and most importantly, fun We are proud to work at UQ Sport, and it shows in the exceptional work we do. Our not-for-profit organisation delivers almost 400 diverse programs to University of Queensland students, staff and alumni, as well as the general public, across UQ™s St Lucia and Gatton campuses. We are regarded as one of Australia™s leading employers “ Human Resources Director (HRD) Magazine awarded us a Bronze Medal in its 2016 ˜Employer of Choice™ Survey “ and with good reason We offer flexible working conditions, extensive learning opportunities and a wide range of staff benefits (ones that will make your friends jealous) to our squad of more than 70 permanent staff, and over 250 casuals. THE ROLE This role is a fantastic hands on opportunity for someone with excellent attention to detail and a passion for bringing structure to work activities. This opportunity will open doors for an enthusiastic and dedicated candidate who wants to grow and develop professionally in Human Resources. DUTIES RESPONSIBILITIES Reporting to the HR Manager, this role is responsible for providing general administrative support to the HR team and ensuring that employee records are accurate, up to date and compliant. SKILLS EXPERIENCE You will have 12 months previous experience working in HRAdmin roles. A qualification in HR is not necessary but desirable. We are looking for someone who is personable, efficient and reliable with a high level of accuracy. Your strong communication skills, both written and verbal will see you working effectively and collaboratively in our team. You will require work rights for this position. BENEFITS A relaxed office environment that produces amazing work Supportive but autonomous culture An organisation that is committed to your work-life balance Access to ongoing personal and professional development FREE access to UQ Sport venues and programs Access to fully subsidised income protection Access to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Annual Leave Loading (17.5) Superannuation (10) Additional paid leave over the Christmas break HOW TO APPLY Applications close Sunday 16 June 2019. To be considered for this role, you must submit a cover letter outlining how you meet the skills and experience outlined above and in the Position Description available through our website. Shortlisted candidates may be contacted for interviews prior to the closing date. For further information, please contact Azi Sadrizadeh, HR Advisor at hruqsport.com.au 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 have experience in an administration role?

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


  • Human Resources Administrator

    Human Resources Administrator Fulton Hogan is a privately owned contractor with more than 80 years™ experience in transport, water, energy, mining, civil construction and land development infrastructure in New Zealand and Australia. We create communities from the ground up, starting with our own network of quarries, which is complemented by our asphalt, emulsion and precast plants across Australia and New Zealand. We pride ourselves on being a family company “ one that cares about communities and the people in them, especially our customers, suppliers and our 6,900-plus staff. We are currently recruiting for an HR Administrator for our Northern Region business in Queensland. About the role Reporting into the HR Manager, the HR Administrator will assist in relation to all aspects of the employee lifecycle whilst developing an understanding of our operational areas. Duties will include the following Comprehensive HR administration support across a multisite business Preparing employment contracts Assisting with varying aspects within the recruitment and talent cycle Administering the onboarding process First point of contact for all HR administrative queries and liaison with payroll Management of the HRIS and employee files Managing the HR inbox and actioning as appropriate Reporting as required About you You will have a minimum of 2 years™ experience in a varied HR administration role. You will have the ability to multitask and have a strong understanding of HR systems. You will work alongside a small team of HR professionals who will support you with initial training on the company™s processes. This is a busy position providing stimulation and job satisfaction to a hard working individual. We are seeking someone who thinks laterally and has the ability to take the initiative. Excellent attention to detail with superior verbal and written communication skills are essential. You are organised, efficient and have the ability to build and develop strong relationships with all our stakeholders. Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and Outlook) is also essential. If you feel this position is a good fit for your skills and experience and you are passionate about working for a company that prioritises our REAL values of Respect, Energy, Attitude and Leadership, please apply below. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. No agency applications will be considered www.fultonhogan.com

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


  • Human Resources Administrator

    Human Resources Administrator Fulton Hogan is a privately owned contractor with more than 80 years™ experience in transport, water, energy, mining, civil construction and land development infrastructure in New Zealand and Australia. We create communities from the ground up, starting with our own network of quarries, which is complemented by our asphalt, emulsion and precast plants across Australia and New Zealand. We pride ourselves on being a family company “ one that cares about communities and the people in them, especially our customers, suppliers and our 6,900-plus staff. We are currently recruiting for an HR Administrator for our Northern Region business in Queensland. About the role Reporting into the HR Manager, the HR Administrator will assist in relation to all aspects of the employee lifecycle whilst developing an understanding of our operational areas. Duties will include the following Comprehensive HR administration support across a multisite business Preparing employment contracts Assisting with varying aspects within the recruitment and talent cycle Administering the onboarding process First point of contact for all HR administrative queries and liaison with payroll Management of the HRIS and employee files Managing the HR inbox and actioning as appropriate Reporting as required About you You will have a minimum of 2 years™ experience in a varied HR administration role. You will have the ability to multitask and have a strong understanding of HR systems. You will work alongside a small team of HR professionals who will support you with initial training on the company™s processes. This is a busy position providing stimulation and job satisfaction to a hard working individual. We are seeking someone who thinks laterally and has the ability to take the initiative. Excellent attention to detail with superior verbal and written communication skills are essential. You are organised, efficient and have the ability to build and develop strong relationships with all our stakeholders. Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and Outlook) is also essential. If you feel this position is a good fit for your skills and experience and you are passionate about working for a company that prioritises our REAL values of Respect, Energy, Attitude and Leadership, please apply below. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. No agency applications will be considered www.fultonhogan.com

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


  • HR Administrator

    First Aid and CPR Certificates. UQ Sport are seeking general expressions of interest for motivated and enthusiastic Learn to Swim Instructors to join our...

    location St Lucia QLD 4067, Australia


  • Human Resources Advisor

    You hold qualifications in HR or IR and have at least 5 years relevant industry experience in a similar role....

    location Brisbane QLD, Australia


  • Business Partner - People & Capability

    Business Partner - People Capability NTI is an award winning, recognised market leader in the specialist insurance industry. Boasting over 45 years experience, and backed by two of Australias largest insurers (CGU and Vero), we are committed to being a Best Employer of the Best People, delivering real benefits, professional development, and career advancement for our employees. The People Capability Team Our People Capability Team play a pivotal role in supporting all people and departments at NTI in relation to recruitment, induction, career development, training, succession planning, WHS, team member relations and more We are a team of professionals who are passionate about our business and endeavour to ensure that our people have the best experience possible during their time at NTI. To achieve all of the above, we build strong relationships with key stakeholders so that we can work together in a collaborative and productive manner. About the role We are looking for an experienced Business Partner in our People Capability Team with a proven track record as a generalist who has managed and supported a business through all aspects of operational people practices and functions. As a business that is ever changing (for the better) you must enjoy working in a fluid thinking team that works at a fast pace. Key responsibilities The main focus of the role is to be a trusted advisor and partner with our leaders to guide our people strategy. The key responsibilities will include Provide a generalist people capability partnership experience to our team members and leaders Coaching and developing leaders on talent management, disciplinary items and performance management Provide support to leaders in leadership effectiveness and support them to develop team alignment effectiveness Providing guidance and support with industrial relations and employee relations matters Partner with leaders to develop culture and engagement plans and coach on initiatives to drive engagement Continue to embed our competency framework and practices into our business To be successful you will have A minimum of 5 years™ experience in a similar position Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management or equivalent Excellent written and verbal communication skills Proven ability to think outside the square and question the status quo A strong customer service focus and commitment to excellence Strong time management, organisational skills and high attention to detail Be passionate about delivering a world class business partnership to our business Culture We have a culture that inspires effort and rewards success. NTI has a team feel with a corporate edge. Interested? If youd like to join our passionate team, please submit the following to careersnti.com.au Cover Letter Resume Please send applications via email to careersnti.com.au or call the careers team on (07) 3292 9807. Visit www.nti.com.au for more information. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?

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


  • Business Partner - People & Capability

    Business Partner - People Capability NTI is an award winning, recognised market leader in the specialist insurance industry. Boasting over 45 years experience, and backed by two of Australias largest insurers (CGU and Vero), we are committed to being a Best Employer of the Best People, delivering real benefits, professional development, and career advancement for our employees. The People Capability Team Our People Capability Team play a pivotal role in supporting all people and departments at NTI in relation to recruitment, induction, career development, training, succession planning, WHS, team member relations and more We are a team of professionals who are passionate about our business and endeavour to ensure that our people have the best experience possible during their time at NTI. To achieve all of the above, we build strong relationships with key stakeholders so that we can work together in a collaborative and productive manner. About the role We are looking for an experienced Business Partner in our People Capability Team with a proven track record as a generalist who has managed and supported a business through all aspects of operational people practices and functions. As a business that is ever changing (for the better) you must enjoy working in a fluid thinking team that works at a fast pace. Key responsibilities The main focus of the role is to be a trusted advisor and partner with our leaders to guide our people strategy. The key responsibilities will include Provide a generalist people capability partnership experience to our team members and leaders Coaching and developing leaders on talent management, disciplinary items and performance management Provide support to leaders in leadership effectiveness and support them to develop team alignment effectiveness Providing guidance and support with industrial relations and employee relations matters Partner with leaders to develop culture and engagement plans and coach on initiatives to drive engagement Continue to embed our competency framework and practices into our business To be successful you will have A minimum of 5 years™ experience in a similar position Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management or equivalent Excellent written and verbal communication skills Proven ability to think outside the square and question the status quo A strong customer service focus and commitment to excellence Strong time management, organisational skills and high attention to detail Be passionate about delivering a world class business partnership to our business Culture We have a culture that inspires effort and rewards success. NTI has a team feel with a corporate edge. Interested? If youd like to join our passionate team, please submit the following to careersnti.com.au Cover Letter Resume Please send applications via email to careersnti.com.au or call the careers team on (07) 3292 9807. Visit www.nti.com.au for more information. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?

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


  • HR Consultant

    HR Consultant With national operations and a growing global presence this organisation is poised for further growth. Their expanding workforce is focused on providing the highest levels of customer service. Working on a range of HR projects your role will primarily focus on the review and development of position descriptions whilst sustaining communications and working in consultation with SMEs and senior leaders. You will monitor the completion of project milestones against goals and engage with key stakeholders to ensure changes are consistent with Group business goals. To succeed in this position you will be suitably qualified with success in delivery tailored HR services across a professional client group. Ideally you will have 5 years generalist HR experience with an additional 2-3 years working on or leading leading HR projects. You will ensure that milestones and deadlines are met whilst maintaining strong attention to detail and constant communication to stakeholders. You will have strong business acumen and have the ability to build relationships and establish credibility quickly. This is a 3 month fixed term contract with possible extensions. You will collaborate with SMEs and experienced leaders and be part of an inclusive and energetic HR team. Please send your CV with a Cover Letter through the link below, if you have any questions please call Daniela Gonçalves on 07 3031 3291 for a confidential conversation. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. hrpartners.com.au

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


  • HR Consultant

    HR Consultant With national operations and a growing global presence this organisation is poised for further growth. Their expanding workforce is focused on providing the highest levels of customer service. Working on a range of HR projects your role will primarily focus on the review and development of position descriptions whilst sustaining communications and working in consultation with SMEs and senior leaders. You will monitor the completion of project milestones against goals and engage with key stakeholders to ensure changes are consistent with Group business goals. To succeed in this position you will be suitably qualified with success in delivery tailored HR services across a professional client group. Ideally you will have 5 years generalist HR experience with an additional 2-3 years working on or leading leading HR projects. You will ensure that milestones and deadlines are met whilst maintaining strong attention to detail and constant communication to stakeholders. You will have strong business acumen and have the ability to build relationships and establish credibility quickly. This is a 3 month fixed term contract with possible extensions. You will collaborate with SMEs and experienced leaders and be part of an inclusive and energetic HR team. Please send your CV with a Cover Letter through the link below, if you have any questions please call Daniela Gonçalves on 07 3031 3291 for a confidential conversation. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. hrpartners.com.au

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


  • Partnerships and Innovation Officer

    A brief resume including contact details for 2 referees (one of whom should be your current supervisor)....

    location Brisbane QLD, Australia


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