Human Resources Manager Jobs In Australia

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  • Business Services Partner

    Job Description Sydney CBD Retiring Partner - Equity Opportunity Progressive and growing firm 200K - 220K Package This innovative and progressive boutique firm provides a range of services including business services, taxation, SMSF and outsourced CFO services. They are well established in the Sydney market and have a strong reputation. To support their continued growth a unique opportunity is available for an experienced Business Services Partner to join the firm and take over from a retiring Partner. Firm profile 5 Partners, 50 staff Clients include large SMEs, HNW individuals and family groups Strong advisory focus Progressive and technology savvy firm Flexible and supportive culture with a talented and stable team Equity available for purchase within 12 months Requirements You will be currently running your own practice or working as a Senior Manager Partner with an established firm. CACPA qualified with strong technical skills and experience working with a range of clients is essential. Excellent networking and business development skills are also required. You will have a passion for working in professional services with a goal of progressing into an Equity Partnership position. Please email your resume or contact Steve Merritt for a confidential discussion on (02) 9053 0004 or 0404 426 749.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales

  • Manager - North Shore - 8 Partners

    THE FIRM This dynamic 8 Partner CA Advisory firm is located on the North Shore and has clients that include high net worth individuals, start-ups, and large established businesses. They have gone from strength to strength and are continuously adding staff and services to keep with strong client demand. They offer excellent salaries, leading training and support as well as offering a friendly positive, yet highly professional work environment that promotes personal professional growth. THE OPPORTUNITY Due to ongoing growth, they are looking to add key staff senior members to the business. As part of the Business Services team, you will work as a trusted advisor, helping to manage mentor lead professional staff, as well as assist their clients to grow their business maximise returns. THE PERSON The Successful candidate will Have a minimum of 8 years tax experience in a professional practice environment within Australia Experience leading, managing mentoring accounting teams Have a Bachelor of Business or Commerce degree or equivalent Be CA or CPA Qualified Be ambitious hardworking Have strong written and verbal communication skills Please call Simon on 1300 619 510 or email via for more information on this exciting opportunity or click on the link to apply. Please note Piper Fitzgerald is always on the lookout for experienced accountants with strong professional practice experience and have numerous outstanding opportunities from intermediate accountant to manager level.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales

  • HR Manager

    Human Resource Manager role with a leading brand based in North Sydney, temporary to permanent job Your new company The Organisation are a fast paced SME who are recognised nationally for their creative products and services. The role will be based in their head office working closely with the General Manager and supporting client groups with the full employee lifecycle. The role will be an immediate start with the view to go permanent Your new role As the HR Manager you will support the full employee lifecycle, managing recruitment through to on-board, induction and employee experience. You will consult on any workplace issues and provide effective HR advice to leadership groups in the business. You will support ongoing training and development of staff and other adhoc human resource activities What youll need to succeed You will be a strong HR manager with extensive experience as a HR Generalist having the ability to hit the ground running and start immediately. You will have proven ability in the HR field with training and development experience. You will also have a can-do attitude with the ability to muck in and support other adhoc tasks as required What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now Shane ONeill 02 8226 9871 LHS 297508 2316857

    location North Sydney, New South Wales

  • Client Partner | Sales | Government

    Is innovation part of your DNA? Do you want to enable a connected future for people, organizations, and society? Join our growing global NTT team and you™ll be part of the world™s largest ICT company (by revenue). We™ve combined the capabilities of 28 remarkable companies to become one, leading technology services provider. Together, we help our people, clients, and communities do great things with technology to create a more secure and connected future. We employ 40,000 people across 57 countries. By bringing together the world™s best technology companies and emerging innovators, we work together to deliver sustainable outcomes to businesses and the world. Innovation is part of our DNA. We believe it™s key to what makes us different. So, we strive to move forward, challenge the status quo, and drive excellence through the technologies we integrate and the services we deliver around the world. The result is connected cities, connected factories, connected healthcare, connected agriculture, connected conservation, connected mobility, and connected sport. Together we enable the connected future. Want to be part of the team? You will be assigned current named accounts and potential strategic accounts in NSW, generating over 5 million in Professional Services revenue each year from multi-Domain offerings. This role is primarily focused on named accounts in NSW. The role may have National responsibility for a subset of Industry aligned ClientsAccounts. Key Responsibilities Operational Responsibilities You will be Responsible for the broad relationship with the Client, driving deep engagement including business development of accounts with a real potential to become a Strategic Account, account planning and delivering governance, including profitability of your named Accounts. Support whitespace development utilizing industry or domain expertise and strengths. Senior-level relationship management and business development. Comply with NTT™a sales processes in a timely and professional manner (CRM, OQ, ClientAccount Planning, etc.). Support and Assistance in developing new Market Services, Solutions, and Offerings Sales and Account Management Responsibilities Drive sales to reach targets assigned, including Pipeline Generation Forecast upcoming work and pipeline effectively. Meet the Client profitability Margin. Achieve the Client Net Promoter Score as measured in the annual survey. Work with other roles to maximize NTT™s overall influence and potential within strategic accounts. Responsible for producing winning bids matching our service offerings. Actively participate and drive Pre-Sales activities within named Accounts. Drive understanding of client needs, organization, and key decision-makers. Ensure effective relationships are in place at all levels within client accounts. Continually build personal knowledge of industry trends, market situation, business drivers and competitive situations, and ensures that active pursuit of customer and industry information is maintained at all levels within the domain. Key Skills and Experience Required Ability to hold consistent and ongoing high-level CXO discussions and develop relationships to the point that you are viewed as the Trusted Advisor by the Client. Commercially astute, having the ability to grow profitability in the account and making smart investments that lead to growth. Ability to show leadership and truly represent NTT to the Account in all circumstances. Proven ability to step above the day to day transactions to see strategic opportunities and to drive new NTT offerings into the account. Proven track record of consultative selling ability Proven sales ability including outstanding negotiation skills, persuasive ability, and excellent communication skills. High level of professional services and industry knowledge coupled with the ability to deal with clients at all levels and translate client needs into a complete solution. Extensive experience in selling professional services into retail, utility or higher education sectors is highly favorable Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Demonstrated ability to take initiative and work independently. Ability to develop and deliver executive presentations on business matters. Well-developed analytical and organizational skills. Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to be able to quickly identify and solve problems through analysis and planning. High level of confidence drive and motivation and sound business acumen.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales

  • HR Specialist, ANZ

    Our people is the most important asset to the company. Mastercard spares no effort to invest on our people. We stick to our commitment and provide every opportunity for our employee™s development which is aligned with employees™ personal development aspiration and business needs, as well as a great employee experience. Reporting to the Vice President, Human Resources, ANZ, the Senior Specialist, Human Resources, will be responsible to support the Australasia (ANZ) Division. This person will cover diverse areas within HR such as compensation, mobility, benefits, talent management, recruiting, training, learning etc. This role will work closely with HR Business Partners, HR COE™s, and Shared Services to implement programs and policies in the market. Role Accountable for the delivery of local HR projects and administrative activities Manage human resource policies and projects to support the local HR team Support activities that cover diverse areas within HR such as new hire activities, on boarding, off-boarding, compensation, benefits, employee mobility, workforce reporting, training, etc. Works closely with HRBPs to deliver and manage these HR projects and activities Supports and manages HR initiatives and projects including talent acquisition, workforce planning, employee relations, rewards, employee engagement and training Manages timely coordination and execution of day-to-day HR activities by working with key stakeholders across the business Conducts data analysis and generates reports to support HR program recommendations and track costs and performance of programs Responsible for the coordination of HR activities and processes, including, new hire orientation, off-boarding processes, maintaining employee documentation and coordination of immigrationmobility related activities Reviews existing processes and recommends process improvements Serves as first point of contact for employee relations issues and questions. Resolves or escalates issues based on their complexity and enters documentation into case management system Provide guidance to managers during talent acquisition process, ensures hiring needs are met in a timely manner Builds and nurtures cross-functional relationships with employees, HRBPs and leaders within the business Coordinate with COEs and HRBPs to deliver components of annual HR programs such as talent and performance management and year-end compensation planning All About You Suitable candidates will bring previous HR project andor administration experience and are looking for the next step in their career progression Experience managing and ensuring timely delivery of HR projects and programs (e.g., on boarding, employee mobility, year-end compensation planning, training and development) Experience building and maintaining relationships with employees and business leaders across business functions, markets or regions Demonstrated knowledge of complex HR policies and annual activities for Australia and New Zealand Experience identifying HR problems and developing potential solutions with Mastercards values in mind Mastercard is an inclusive Equal Employment Opportunity employer that considers applicants without regard to gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, disabled or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. If you require accommodations or assistance to complete the online application process, please contact and identify the type of accommodation or assistance you are requesting. Do not include any medical or health information in this email. The Reasonable Accommodations team will respond to your email promptly.

    location Saint Leonards, New South Wales

  • People and Culture Coordinator

    People Culture Coordinator Permanent role, newly created “ flexible hours, part-time and full-timers please apply Based in Alexandria, a stroll down the street from Green Square station Generous salary package fantastic workplace culture - a role with autonomy About the Organisation This organisation needs no introduction “ OzHarvest has flourished from grassroots beginnings into a well-established and highly regarded not for profit organization committed to œNourishing Our Country. With this mission in mind, OzHarvest core activities revolve around reducing food waste, educating the public and engaging the community. In a period of growth and transformation, we are seeking motivated and dynamic People and Culture all-stars to join the OzHarvest family. About the Role It takes a team of passionate, committed individuals to achieve what this organisation has done, and this People and Culture Coordinator role will play a key part in nurturing their unique family culture. Key Responsibilities Create and execute employee engagement initiatives “ nurture and develop a high performing and unique culture Implement continuous improvement in People and Culture practises and internal systems Ad hoc project support, deliver on outcomes that support the People and Culture operational goals Provide advice and support to internal stakeholders, for example awards, grievances, and performance management Supporting organisational leaders by providing advice and support in regard to performance management Essential Requirements A degree in Human Resource Management or relevant work experience is essential Experience in an HR Generalist role supporting a large team Strong working knowledge of FairWork, State and Federal employment laws Highly developed interpersonal skills Benefits Join an organisation that describes itself as a family and support a compelling cause. This is a rare opportunity to bring experience into a newly created role and completely make it your own. Work in a fast-paced, dynamic and fluid work culture that values growth and innovation. How to Apply To be considered for this position please apply now with your resume. If you have any further questions, please contact Rhonda Newman at or Diana Linde at at Beaumont People. There is no closing date for this role, please apply as soon as possible as all applications will be reviewed as they are received.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales

  • hr business partner

    Working as part of the People and Culture team, this role requires an experienced and articulate HR practitioner that will play a key role in aligning HR processes. It also has responsibility for advising, coaching and influencing local Leaders and Managers on various people management issues, including dealing with underperformance, grievances and conflict issues. Your broad range of generalist HR responsibilities will see you Partner with business leaders to roll out the HR agenda Provide HR support and guidance to leaders and staff alike Ensure compliance across HR policy and process Manage recruitment and selection processes across the group Manage induction and on-boarding processes, LD initiatives Manage all employee relations and performance management processes Involvement in a number of strategic HR projects This is a great opportunity within the a professional services industry to make your mark and partner this organisation through its next stage of development. To succeed in this role you will be a suitable qualified HR professional with the ability to communicate at all levels and to motivate staff and management to achieve the business goals. Your exceptional interpersonal skills, hands-on approach and consultative ability will allow you to partner with the business and manage the HR agenda. If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Sophie Ryan on 02 9019 1600 or at for a confidential discussion.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales

  • hr business partner

    Working as part of the People and Culture team, this role requires an experienced and articulate HR practitioner that will play a key role in aligning HR processes. It also has responsibility for advising, coaching and influencing local Leaders and Managers on various people management issues, including dealing with underperformance, grievances and conflict issues. Your broad range of generalist HR responsibilities will see you Partner with business leaders to roll out the HR agenda Provide HR support and guidance to leaders and staff alike Ensure compliance across HR policy and process Manage recruitment and selection processes across the group Manage induction and on-boarding processes, LD initiatives Manage all employee relations and performance management processes Involvement in a number of strategic HR projects This is a great opportunity within the a professional services industry to make your mark and partner this organisation through its next stage of development. To succeed in this role you will be a suitable qualified HR professional with the ability to communicate at all levels and to motivate staff and management to achieve the business goals. Your exceptional interpersonal skills, hands-on approach and consultative ability will allow you to partner with the business and manage the HR agenda. If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Sophie Ryan on 02 9019 1600 or at for a confidential discussion. posted 04 December 2019 contact sophie ryan, hr partners job type contract salary AU 112 - AU 130 per year

    location North Sydney, New South Wales

  • HR Business Partner/ Organisational development

    HR Business Partner 6 Month Fixed term - likely to extend another 6 Organisational Development Employee Relations Our client a large national Infrastructure provider has an immediate requirement for an HR Business Partner. The HR Business Partner is responsible for providing proactive high quality People Culture advice and support to the business, ensuring the effective and consistent implementation and delivery of People Culture strategies and initiatives in line with the companys corporate and people strategy. The HR Business Partner is a single point of contact for business units, working closely with leadership teams to achieve shared organisational goals, including the designing and implementing HR systems and processes that support strategic business aims. In this case the Finance, legal and corporate services part of their business. Requirements ï¾ Assist managers in the effective use of HR reports, including leave management, PMP completion, remuneration review process and probation to ensure effective management of teams in line with company employment conditions. ï¾ Develop and implement the people plan for the business unit in line with the companys People Culture strategy. ï¾ Ensure all processes and procedures comply with the companys people and corporate strategy and directives. ï¾ Identify and support the business to successfully deliver credible, customer focused, cost-effective and innovative people solutions using a range of techniques. ï¾ Measure the success of People Culture solutions and services in contributing to the functions effectiveness and efficiency and attainment of overall objectives. ï¾ Provide strategic advice and support in relation to recruitment and resourcing activities to internal and external stakeholders. This includes guiding the business unit in the optimal utilisation and deployment of resources. ï¾ Manage the delivery of recruitment and resourcing activities to the business unit. ï¾ Liaise with and direct the Recruitment Advisor regarding the provision of services and the requirement Organisational development ï¾ Assist in the development and implementation of employees engagement, succession planning, career development and talent management strategies. ï¾ Work with the Leadership Culture Development Manager to conduct the analysis of learning and development needs for the business unit and for individual employee development plans. ï¾ Participate in the development of Organisational Development programs and their delivery. ï¾ Coordinate Organisational Development activities for the business unit, in conjunction with the Leadership Culture Development Manager. Employee relations ï¾ Provide timely and informed first level advice and assistance to managers in resolving issues including conflict, grievances, poor performance, performance management discussions and industrial relations disputes in consultation with the Employee Relations Remuneration Manager. ï¾ Ensure that required actions are completed and records maintained accurately. If this is of interest then please apply 350722A157543028040480

    location North Sydney, New South Wales

  • hr advisor - shared services

    We have partnered with one of the leaders in the Banking and Finance industry, who is currently experiencing change and transformation within their HR department. This team functions as the first point of contact for the 50,000+ employees across all of Australia and is critical to the resolution of issues that arise throughout the employees life cycle. You will take ownership of Troubleshooting and resolution process for employee queries Engage with stakeholder via various technologically innovative mediums Developing a thorough understanding of key HR practices and processes Partner with managers and senior stakeholders across all aspects of the business Ongoing professional development and learning opportunities Drive HR initiatives and objectives through every interaction You will possess A positive can-do attitude and a passion for a career in HR Diploma or Degree qualification in Human Resource Management 1 - 2 years experience within a corporate or administrative setting We are immediately shortlisting for this opportunity, so apply NOW to avoid disappointment. Please direct any questions to David Shan at (02) 9019 1600 or email posted 04 December 2019 contact david shan, hr partners job type contract salary AU 25.00 - AU 30.00 per hour

    location North Parramatta, New South Wales

  • Human Resource Business Partner

    Human Resource Business Partner Does supporting and developing well-rounded leaders float your boat? Are you purpose-driven and want to be part of an organisation creating a just society for all? Are you looking for a flexible part-time role where your broad HR expertise is valued? About the role You will partner with our National Office team to develop people management and leadership capability that enables leaders to create great employee experiences that drive employee engagement and improve operational outcomes. You understand each situation is unique - you appreciate the solution that worked yesterday wont necessarily work today. You draw from your previous experience and adapt to the leader and the business. Youre firm, but fair. You approach your job with respect and curiosity. You challenge the status quo when needed. Our Business Partners are experienced HR practitioners who truly partner with our leaders and teams to find a way through and achieve outcomes. Leadership coaching and development is a core element in this role. Terms Permanent part-time position based at Glebe, flexible hours available. Your new team We are a supportive, high performing, and well-resourced People, Learning and Engagement team. Despite operating nationally and being based across NSW and QLD we are highly collaborative and connected as a team. Our team is diverse and we are stronger for it. People who are differently abled, older, or returning to work after a career break are encouraged to apply for this role. What you need to succeed? As a senior HR Generalist or HR Business Partner, you will have a broad depth of experience across the employee lifecycle, with a particular focus on leadership coaching and development. Experience partnering closely with the business, to meet their needs while maintaining a direct line of reporting to the ED, People, Learning Engagement (and the balancing act that can ensue) Ability to look beyond compliance oriented HR to develop innovative, effective solutions to meet stakeholder needs and address strategic opportunities Good understanding of employment legislation, industrial agreements and contemporary HR practice Down to earth, agile nature to adapt to a constantly changing environment while delivering outcomes Your benefits include Salary packaging, Flexible work arrangements, Option of a packaged motor vehicle, Employee discounts program, Long service leave after 5 years more 3 things about us (that might pleasantly surprise you) Were a not-for-profit and non-religious organisation helping Australians for over 200 years We offer support to people at all stages of life children, families, people with a disability and older Australias Our advocacy work resulted in free legal aid, end to child labour, innovative service delivery and funding models Be the change. Together we can create a just society for all Australians. Will you help us to shape the next chapter? Call Isabelle Guaran on 0401 674 626 for a confidential discussion. We welcome diversity in all its forms applications from underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged. We value relationships with our local Aboriginal community and welcome applications from its members. We see ability not disability, if you identify as a person with a different ability please get in contact. Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check or similar (where relevant to the role). Position Profile The Benevolent Society is a non-for-profit and non-religious organisation and weve helped people, families and communities shape their next chapter since 1813.

    location Sydney

  • National HR Manager

    The Company Our client is a leading construction company based in North Sydney. They employ over 100 staff nationally and have established long-lasting relationships across the industry. The Role As the National HR Manager you will report directly into the General Manager and directly manage a HR Coordinator. Your duties will include but not be limited to Manage end-to-end recruitment processes Annual remuneration and performance reviews Analysis providing insights and recommendations for future improvements Review and improve current HR policies and procedure Coach and assist managers with performance management processes including developmentimprovement plans The Candidate To be successful in this role you will have Minimum 5 years HR Generalist experience, with people management skills Ideally you will have industry experience Qualification within Human Resources Knowledge of the Fair Work Act and ERIR exposure Strong communication and interpersonal skills For any questions relating to this role or other opportunities with DB and our clients please contact Brittney Nielsen on 02 9376 8200 or click apply. Your application will be treated as strictly confidential. Like us on Facebook httpswww.facebook.comdesignandbuildrecruitment Follow us on Instagram Connect with us on LinkedIn httpswww.linkedin.comcompanydesign--build-recruitment Check us out on Google httpsbit.ly2whfDMO Thanks for your consideration.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales

  • Client Partner - Defence

    Federal Government Account Director Sell innovative ICT solutions Significant room for career growth Above industry base and uncapped earnings A leading ICT infrastructure solutions provider, our client is looking for an experienced government sales specialist to join their highly successful and respected Canberra team. As we all need to do things faster and smarter, this System Integrator is well-positioned to provide a sustainable competitive advantage with their clients IT managed services and solutions environments. Your role Identifying potential leads independently through engagement with Senior Executives (CIO™s, Dept Secs, Director of IT etc.) within key agencies and government departments Leading and directing the sales efforts and campaigns for new business Ensures execution of sales strategies geared toward the long term growth of the Govt. sector. About you You will be a well connected public sector sales specialist from within the ICT industry with 5+ years of experience. Solid understanding of Government departments and associated cluster groups Experienced in closing large annuity business managed services deals An extensive network of Government relationships with key stakeholders and industry executives (CIO™s, Dept Secs, Director of IT etc.) Security clearance (Baseline, NV1, NV2 or PV is preferred but not essential) Previous experience within the armed forces is also highly desirable Now is a great time to join this innovative market leader and rapidly accelerate your career Feel free to contact Dan O™Donnell, Practice Lead - Sales Growth The Onset on 0414 771 670 or

    location Macquarie Park, New South Wales

  • HR Manager

    THE ORGANISATION This organisation is a leading, Australian professional services organisation. With a growth strategy in place for the APAC region, they are currently looking for an independent and versatile HR Manager to join their leadership team based in Sydney and support the delivery HR strategy and plan. THE ROLE Reporting to the Managing Partner, your role will provide HR leadership and support to around 70 employees. This is a true generalist role with a remit covering all aspects of the employee life cycle. You will also be responsible for strategic HR projects in the areas of employee engagement and wellness, culture, HR systems, and capability development. THE CRITERIA To be considered for this role, you must be degree qualified in HR or a related discipline with 6+ years HR experience, ideally from a professional services environment. You will be a strong relationship builder with the ability to operate autonomously, along with your personable and flexible approach will be critical your success. For further information please contact Jessica on 0423 262 671 or email We look forward to receiving your application.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales

  • Human Resource Partner

    Human Resource Partner 50.00 - 60.00 Per Hour + Super Initially a 12 Month Assignment Potentiality-going Sydney CBD Location ABOUT THE COMPANY Our client provides services for more than 200,000 residents and 20,000 businesses, as well as the daily influx of workers and visitors into the City. On any given day, the local population swells to more than 1 million with people commuting, doing business, shopping, playing, studying, or here to see the sights of Sydney ABOUT THE ROLE The successful candidate will be held accountable for working conditions under the control of the position and for detecting any unsafe or unhealthy conditions or behaviour and to take immediate steps to investigate and rectify any risks to health, safety and welfare arising from any activity. DUTIES Implement effective workforce management practices in accordance with the client™s policies Problem resolution services in Human Resources Management Advice to the Manager Corporate Human Resources and Director Workforce Information Services for decision-making in relation to HR matters. Evaluation of Workforce Services plans, policies and strategies Advise managers on policy matters related to workforce management including recruitment, staff performance, organisational structure and industrial matters Develop a diverse range of workforce strategies including workforce planning, performance management, leadership management, succession planning and management of grievances, discipline and complaints Coordinate investigations of matters where appropriate SKILLS EXPERIENCE Degree or diploma with major in human resources management or equivalent andor significant experience in a similar role Proven record of involvement in providing a range of Human Resources Management services in large or complex organisations Sound understanding of the legislative and industrial framework that applies to human resources management issues BENEFITS Competitive Hourly rate Sydney CBD location Long Term contract HOW TO APPLY Click APPLY or contact Hayden Glanville on (02) 9290 3733 for a confidential discussion.

    location Australia, New South Wales

  • HR Coordinator/Administrator

    HR CoordinatorAdministration Close to a train station Immediate start for the right candidate 3-4 month temporary assignment, 30hour + super ABOUT THE ROLE Helping a team with HR administration functions Organising training and logistics Reference and Police checking General administration On-boarding of new staff Induction and training of new and current staff General administration duties where required ABOUT YOU Must have proven experience within HR Administration Strong attention to detail Experience with reference checking Experience in the back end of HR Experience working with contracts and on-boarding Must be immediately available for a minimum of 4-months Engaging, Can do attitude Proven experience within administration HOW TO APPLY If you are interested in this position, and have the required skills, please do submit your application below.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales

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