Human Resources Officer
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Rhodes Location – Parking on site6 Month Full-Time Fixed-Term Contract, with potential to extendFlexible working arrangements The OrganisationThe National Association of Testing Authorities, Aust...

  • Rhodes Location – Parking on site
  • 6 Month Full-Time Fixed-Term Contract, with potential to extend
  • Flexible working arrangements

The Organisation

The National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia (NATA) is Australia’s national accreditation body, we have been providing accreditation services in accordance with the national and public interest, since 1947. NATA is a not for profit organisation with approximately 200 staff and offices in 5 capital cities.

About the role

An opportunity awaits for a self-motivated, and enthusiastic Human Resources officer to join our friendly, fun and professional People Team in the Sydney Head Office. This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to further their career, and gain experience in an HR environment with a large portfolio of key stakeholders. We are looking for someone who is detail oriented and eager to deliver on HR services, projects and initiatives.

Tasks include (but not limited to):

  • Assisting the HR team across a range of key business needs
  • Managing the recruitment, on-boarding and induction process for new hires
  • Supporting the administration of internal L&D programs as required
  • Creating, modifying and adding value and insight to essential business documents
  • Maintaining quality data integrity with our databases, and adapt quickly to new systems
  • Coordinating the separation of exiting staff
  • Work Health Safety Requirements (training provided)

Salary and Conditions

Standard work hours are 37.5 hrs week. Desired hours are between 7:30am to 4:00pm but we can be flexible for the right person. We offer a competitive salary package and an excellent work environment.

A full job description is available on our website under Job Opportunities. For further details please contact Tina Mullally on 02 9736 8298 quoting Reference 2020-72.

How to apply

If you are interested in this position, please send a cover letter along with a detailed resume to the email address listed below.


Applications close 6th November 2020.

Permanent Australian Residency is a pre-requisite for this position.

NATA is an equal opportunity employer.


Human Resources Specialist
Global-Mark Pty Ltd
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About the RoleGlobal-Mark requires the services of a Human Resources Specialist to support our growing team of staff and contracted auditors.The HR Specialist is a newly developed senior role wit...

About the Role

Global-Mark requires the services of a Human Resources Specialist to support our growing team of staff and contracted auditors.

The HR Specialist is a newly developed senior role within the business, reporting directly to the CEO and working closely with the RTO Manager. This role will be based in our office at North Ryde and will be 2 days per week with flexibility to spread the hours across multiple days if desired.

While this is a 12-month contract initially, there is the strong possibility of an ongoing role after this period for the right candidate.

Key projects and responsibilities will include:

  • Supporting and advising the leadership team in the recruitment and management of our team members, including performance management issues
  • Coordinating the re-assessment of roles and producing revised position descriptions
  • Conducting a Training Needs Analysis across the business
  • Supporting the development of internal competencies and associated training within our online LMS
  • Facilitating the complex and ongoing credentialling process for technical staff
  • Supporting the RTO Manager in ensuring compliance with all relevant requirements
  • Delivering the new onboarding and buddy system to ensure that we attract and retain the best talent within our industry

About Us

Global-Mark is one of the leading certification providers in Australia and New Zealand, and we operate across a diverse range of industries and certification programs. We service around 7,000 clients and have issued over 11,000 certificates and our business is built on a contracted Client Manager model. 

About You

The ideal candidate will have a positive and collaborative approach that will see you fit in well with our team and our culture – we are a family owned company and our values are consistent with this.

Essential Selection Criteria

  • Extensive experience in management of HR issues within complex and/or technical industries
  • Current (or willing to undertake) police checks and working with children checks
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and managing training programs

Desirable Selection Criteria

  • Formal tertiary qualifications in Human Resources
  • Experience and/or knowledge within the certification or equivalent regulated industry
  • Experience within a Registered Training Organisation

If this sounds like you, please send your CV with a brief covering letter introducing yourself and explaining how you meet the essential / desirable selection criteria ASAP to: (include HR Specialist in the subject line)

Global-Mark values and is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive workplace.

Please, no recruitment agencies.

HR Advisor
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Join a highly-respected Australian company and global leader in innovation and technology;Opportunity for an operational HR partner working in collaborative and friendly team culture;Work with a ...

  • Join a highly-respected Australian company and global leader in innovation and technology;
  • Opportunity for an operational HR partner working in collaborative and friendly team culture;
  • Work with a great team and enjoy free on-site parking with offices easily accessible in Henderson, WA.

A career at Raytheon Australia will provide you with competitive remuneration and benefits and the opportunity to build a successful and rewarding career with one of the world's largest and most technologically advanced companies. Reporting to the Senior HR Manager, as the HR Advisor for our Collins Submarines Program, this position will suit someone looking to develop as an HR professional and grow their career by building skills and competency across the broad range of HR generalist activities. Your new role will include talent recruitment and retention, employee relations and employee engagement initiatives to support a positive workplace culture. Complemented by support teams (L&D, EHS and REM), you will have the opportunity to connect with the wider HR network.

Partnering with the WA management team, you will work collaboratively to facilitate business objectives, while maintaining the integrity, objectivity and responsibility of your role as an HR professional. Taking a proactive approach, you engage with people at all levels.  Understanding the bigger picture and with sound commercial acumen, your role as an advisor will support local leaders and supervisors by providing information and sound counsel to facilitate good decision-making.

Key responsibilities

  • Provide accurate and appropriate HR advice to support employee relations activities, including performance management;
  • Undertake end to end recruitment, including induction and on-boarding activities across the Collins Program;
  • HR administration, including processing accurate and timely employee transactions;
  • Implement HR policies and procedures; including information updates, advice and guidance for managers;
  • Support leaders to meet the HR calendar, including annual reviews and employee/team development activities.

Skills, experience and qualifications

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related discipline, coupled with a minimum 3 years’ experience as an HR generalist/advisor.
  • Proven ability to engage, influence and build strong working relationships with key stakeholders and employees.
  • Strong organisational and communication skills. Punctual and reliable; productive in an autonomous environment.
  • Sound knowledge of legislative frameworks – employment law, EHS, diversity and equality in the workplace.
  • This position will require availability to periodically travel to and work from the HMAS Stirling (Rockingham) site.

Successful candidates must be eligible to obtain and maintain Australian Government (Defence) Security Clearance.

If you are looking for a fast-paced and rewarding career opportunity, click the “Apply” button now or contact us at

Human Resources Officer (Full time temporary)
International Grammar School
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International Grammar School is a secular coeducational school located across five sites in Ultimo and Glebe. We educate 1280 preschool to Year 12 students in a unique multilingual environment.Th...

International Grammar School is a secular coeducational school located across five sites in Ultimo and Glebe. We educate 1280 preschool to Year 12 students in a unique multilingual environment.

The role:

You will provide human resources, recruitment and administrative services and support to the Director of Human Resources.

This diverse generalist role has specific responsibilities for:

  • Ensuring all HR administration, policies and advisory services are up to date
  • Recruitment, induction, training and work, health & safety procedures are provided
  • Return to work coordination
  • Supporting the implementation of a new HR information system in the workplace
  • Correspondence and diary management

This is a full time appointment, replacing a staff member on maternity leave, effective as soon as can be arranged until December 2021, working Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm with scope for flexibility around working hours.


This role calls for an enthusiastic person with experience as a HR administrator or generalist. You will demonstrate well-developed technology skills, particularly in the use of databases, email and the MS Office and Google suite, with good written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail and the ability to learn new skills and processes. As this role is a customer service position, excellent interpersonal skills will be required.

The ideal candidate will be a tertiary qualified HR professional, or working towards these qualifications, and have acquired skills in:

  • the implementation &/or administration of HRIS or similar systems
  • HR policies and procedures
  • Induction of new staff
  • Workers compensation, enterprise agreements & Industrial Relations
  • Management of day to day human resources issues.

A position description and application details are available at:

Closing Date: Monday 2 November 2020

Applicants for this position must hold a NSW Working with Children Check.

HR Business Partner
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Based in our North Sydney office. We are a looking for an experienced HR Business Partner to hit the ground running to help support our operational sites and also provide support to our corporate...

Based in our North Sydney office. We are a looking for an experienced HR Business Partner to hit the ground running to help support our operational sites and also provide support to our corporate head office for a max term period of about 12 months.

Key responsibilities for this role include:

  • Provide coaching, guidance and support to operational leaders in relation to a range of people / HR matters, including policy and practice, legislation, the implementation of change, organisational capability and employee engagement;
  • Supporting and coaching leaders to carry out appropriate investigations that deliver fair and consistent outcomes;
  • Create and analyse data insights to identify opportunities and strengths to enable the business the make informed decisions
  • Working closely with the Employee Relations team to provide a range of ER support to the business areas, as required, including EA negotiations, dispute management
  • Assist with the implementation of a broad and diverse range of people initiatives, programs and processes
  • Working closely with the recruitment team to ensure that a workforce planning approach is utilised to resource the relevant business areas

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • Degree qualified in Human Resources and or Organisational Psychology or relevant field/experience;
  • Proven experience in a generalist HR role (5+ years) within a blue collar environment;
  • Previous Employee Relations experience;
  • Experience with interpretation of Enterprise Agreements;
  • Sound knowledge of general HR principles and procedures;
  • Strong ability to communicate and influence across all organisational levels;
  • Proven experience in managing and implementing multiple projects simultaneously. 
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