Industrial Relations Consultant Jobs In Melbourne

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  • Principal Workplace Relations Consultant

    Principal Workplace Relations Consultant Principal Workplace Relations Consultant (2 roles) Challenging, expert workplace relations role Key emergency management sector stakeholder focus VPS 5, full-time, 12 months fixed term A fantastic opportunity for you to develop and demonstrate the wide range of skills which combine to make a top tier workplace relations practitioner. Y­ou will be relied upon and valued as a key source of workplace relations advice, particularly in the context of enterprise agreement negotiations and major workplace change. This role will be influential and make a major contribution to the effectiveness of emergency management in Victoria through the development of leading workplace relations practices. Reporting to the Director Workplace Relations the Principal Workplace Relations Consultant will be responsible for providing expert industrial relations advice and support across the emergency management sector. In addition they will develop tactical strategies aimed at resolving significant issues, represent the department at industrial forums and manage complex and often sensitive workplace relations matters. To be effective in this role you will need to draw on your significant experience in delivering successful industrial relations outcomes, preferable within a public sector workplace. Key accountabilities include Provide strategic and innovative advice to key stakeholders in the emergency services sector, particularly during enterprise agreement negotiations, workplace reform and working with unions. Appear for the Department at the Fair Work Commission and other tribunals and forums and negotiate to resolve issues. Advise stakeholders on the development and implementation of innovative people management and industrial relations practices across the division and emergency management sector through the provision of expert advice and analysis. Develop a range of specialist written communications, including departmental briefs and memorandums, and provide specialist advice and recommendations aimed at resolving complex employee and industrial issues. To be successful you will have Extensive experience in case managing a range of human resource issues, with specialist knowledge of workplace relations, particularly in a highly unionised workforce. Extensive experience negotiating and resolving issues in a complex work environment, handling sensitive information and maintaining critical stakeholder relationships. An expert understanding of the

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Human Resources Business Partner At the Y, we believe in the power of inspired young people. A community not-for-profit organisation with 17 million participations annually across Australia. 8,000 staff and volunteers serve at more than 150 locations every day. We partner with government and private capital to deliver programs and services that include community recreation, adventure and stadium sports, camping, learn to swim, childrens programs, early learning, youth services, retirement living, disability services and social enterprises. About the People and Culture team YMCA Victorias People Culture Team is a supportive high performing team that leads the organisation to develop our people to be healthy, happy, capable and inspired. People Culture incorporates Human Resources and, Learning and Development. Key Elements of the role Supported by Senior HR Business Partners team, the Human Resources Business Partner collaborates with senior management “ To address, respond to, and effectively resolve a wide range of people management issues Provides insightful participation and engagement regarding employee relations, remuneration, investigations, organisational development activities, manager development, workforce planning and other HR matters. Develops and implements a wide range of People and Culture projects to ensure the YMCA has a valued productive workforce Effectively and proactively identifies and assesses risks associated with the YMCA workforce. This position will have a particular focus on reviewing the organisations policy and procedures. Selection Criteria Capabilities and Behaviors Promotes and accepts personal accountability to better influence all those with whom they interact Provides continuous feedback and clarity of messages Acts in a way that inspires and motivates the Team and partners to do their best Proven excellent written and verbal communication skills, including reporting, business correspondence, policy and procedures, negotiations and presentations. Demonstrated outstanding organisational skills, preferably including management of substantial complex projects. Well-developed problem solving and research skills. An ability to effectively manage risk, de-escalate conflict situations and apply an informed and consistent problem solving decision-making approach. Demonstrated capability applying outstanding interpersonal, influencing and coaching skills to deliver high quality organisational outcomes. Ability to apply technical and interpersonal skills to solutions Knowledge and Experience Extensive experience in Human Resources or a related function including demonstrated experience business partnering with senior managers and executives. Experience across all aspects of the employment lifecycle. Demonstrated experience advising managers and senior managers to resolve complex employee relations matters (e.g. bullying, serious misconduct, etc.). Strong understanding of Industrial and Employee Relations Legislation and best practice people management. Demonstrated experience supporting organisation with change management, including organisational design and development, workflow design and redeploymentredundancy. Personal Attributes Resilient and resourceful. Empathetic. Innovative, analytical and creative thinker. Ability to maintain strict confidence. Able to work under pressure to meet tight time frames. Results oriented Qualifications YMCA, including Boards of Directors, is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in accordance with our Safeguarding Children and Young People framework. YMCA requires that all applicants undergo satisfactory screening prior to commencement, including but not limited to a national criminal history check an international criminal history check where applicants have worked overseas holding or obtaining a Working with Children Clearance equivalent in accordance with state territory laws ACF Safeguarding Children and Young People Certificate (completion online prior to commencement) Two reference checks. Any successfully appointed applicant will be required to adhere to the Safeguarding Children and Young People framework, which includes a thorough safeguarding children and young people induction and committing to upholding the safety and wellbeing of children and young people throughout their engagement with YMCA. Martina Smyth martina.smythymca.org.au 03 9403 5000 To apply, please submit your CV, Cover Letter and Key Selection Criteria. Applications close 22 July 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Human Resources Business Partner

    Senior Human Resources Business Partner At the Y, we believe in the power of inspired young people. A community not-for-profit organisation with 17 million participations annually across Australia. 8,000 staff and volunteers serve at more than 150 locations every day. We partner with government and private capital to deliver programs and services that include community recreation, adventure and stadium sports, camping, learn to swim, childrens programs, early learning, youth services, retirement living, disability services and social enterprises. About the People and Culture Team YMCA Victorias People Culture Team is a supportive high performing team that leads the organisation to develop our people to be healthy, happy, capable and inspired. People Culture incorporates Human Resources and Learning and Development. Key elements of the role YMCA Victoria is looking for an experienced HR professional to be a business partner to our Senior Management team for operational HR matters including, but not limited to, employee relations, succession planning, and manager development. You will also drive a portfolio of HR Projects, which may include HRIS project management for systems implementation, change management andor other projects. This is a great career development role for someone that has extensive specialist or generalist experience and is seeking to broaden their exposure to different aspects of people and culture. Flexible working arrangements will be considered for this role. Selection Criteria Capabilities and Behaviours Demonstrated capability applying outstanding interpersonal, influencing and coaching skills to deliver high quality organisational outcomes. Proven excellent written and verbal communication skills, including reporting, business correspondence, policy and procedures, negotiations and presentations. Demonstrated outstanding organisational skills, preferably including management of substantial complex projects. Well-developed problem solving and research skills. Knowledge and Experience Minimum five years experience in Human Resources or a related function including demonstrated experience business partnering with senior managers and executives. Demonstrated experience implementing people management systems in large complex organisations. Significant experience across all aspects of the employment lifecycle. Demonstrated experience advising managers and senior managers to resolve complex employee relations matters (e.g. bullying, serious misconduct, etc). Strong understanding of Industrial and Employee Relations Legislation, including remuneration and development of manager agreements. In-depth knowledge and experience implementing organisational and learning development programs and projects. Experience optimising workplace diversity, HR information systems and safety management systems is desirable. Qualifications YMCA, including Boards of Directors, is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in accordance with our Safeguarding Children and Young People framework. YMCA requires that all applicants undergo satisfactory screening prior to commencement, including but not limited to a national criminal history check an international criminal history check where applicants have worked overseas holding or obtaining a Working with Children Clearance equivalent in accordance with state territory laws ACF Safeguarding Children and Young People Certificate (completion online prior to commencement) Two reference checks. Post Graduate qualifications in Human Resources Management or relevant field Working With Children Check Current valid drivers licence Any successfully appointed applicant will be required to adhere to the Safeguarding Children and Young People framework, which includes a thorough safeguarding children and young people induction and committing to upholding the safety and wellbeing of children and young people throughout their engagement with YMCA. Martina Smyth martina.smythymca.org.au 03 9403 5000 To apply, please submit your CV, Cover Letter and Key Selection Criteria. Applications close 22 July 2019

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Workplace Relations Consultant (Industrial Relations)

    Senior Workplace Relations Consultant (Industrial Relations) Melbourne location - CBD Fixed term, Full Time position VPS Grade 6 salary, 120,692 - 161,511 plus superannuation About us The Senior Workplace Relations Consultant sits within the Workplace Relations Team, People and Workplace Services within the Department of Justice and Community Safety (department). Workplace Relations is responsible for management of the Justice Portfolios industrial relations program, the management of departmental employee relations issues and also administers the internal review of actions process. About the role This role has a number of significant aspects to it the provision of expert industrial relations advice and support across the Justice portfolio including the development of tactical strategies aimed at resolving significant issues, representing the department at industrial forums and managing complex and often difficult industrial matters playing a significant role in contributing to enterprise bargaining processes across the Justice portfolio. The Senior Workplace Relations Consultant (Industrial Relations) will also lead the development and implementation of people management, employee relations and industrial solutions manage conflict resolution and change management processes within the department consult with, and gain cooperation from external agencies, organisations and unions provide advice across a full range of people management issues and practices in accordance with Victorian Public Sector policies, the Public Administration Act 2004 and the Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2016. About you The ideal candidate will be able to display expertise in the management of complex industrial relations issues, including significant experience in enterprise bargaining extensive experience in case management of complex human resources issues the ability to understand and advise on policy and legislation experience advising senior stakeholders on people management issues development and delivery of people management strategies and projects high-level written communication and experience in developing complex documentation. The Senior Workplace Relations Consultant will also need to have sound problem solving skills and be able to demonstrable resilience when dealing with sensitive, and at times, complex information. How to apply Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. Please note When submitting your application online, there will be questions pertaining to a number of the positions Key Selection Criteria to which you are required to respond.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Workplace Relations Consultant (Youth Justice)

    Senior Workplace Relations Consultant (Youth Justice) Melbourne location - Parkville Ongoing, Full Time position VPS Grade 6 salary, 120,692 - 161,511 plus superannuation About us The Senior Workplace Relations Consultant sits within the Workplace Relations Team, People and Workplace Services within the Department of Justice and Community Safety (department). Workplace Relations is responsible for management of the Justice Portfolios industrial relations program, the management of departmental employee relations issues and also administers the internal review of actions process. About the role Based on site at Youth Justice Custodial Services, the Senior Workplace Relations Consultant is responsible for providing specialist consultancy services, advice and coaching around complex people management issues in Youth Justice Custodial Services in relation to underperformance, discipline, conflict resolution, consultation processes, employee ill-health, organisational change and other employee relations issues. While the role is primarily based there will be a requirement to work out of Malmsbury and the Melbourne CBD from time to time. The Senior Workplace Relations Consultant will also lead the development and implementation of people management, employee relations and industrial solutions manage conflict resolution and change management processes within the department consult with, and gain cooperation from external agencies, organisations and unions provide advice across a full range of people management issues and practices in accordance with Victorian Public Sector policies, the Public Administration Act 2004 and the Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2016 be responsible for the supervision of a small group of onsite workplace relations consultants and human resource administration officers. About you The ideal candidate will be able to display extensive experience in case management of complex human resources issues the ability to understand and advise on policy and legislation experience advising senior stakeholders on people management issues development and delivery of people management strategies and projects high-level written communication and experience in developing complex documentation. The Senior Workplace Relations Consultant will also need to have sound problem solving skills and be able to demonstrable resilience when dealing with sensitive, and at times, complex information. How to apply Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. Please note When submitting your application online, there will be questions pertaining to a number of the positions Key Selection Criteria to which you are required to respond.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior ER Partner

    Our client is a well known brand operating across Australia. They operate in a service driven industry and currently experiencing growth in all areas of their service streams. A permanent full-time opportunity has arisen for a Senior ERIR Consultant to join a dynamic and forward thinking People and Culture team. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the PC leadership team with management of Enterprise Agreement related matters, liaising with unions and internal stakeholders regarding Enterprise Agreement changes and updates. The role will involve partnering with the business to coach them through complex ER matters, advise internal clients and cross-functionally across the People and Culture team on all workplace relations updates, and take a proactive role in the delivery of ER Projects, compliance, formal legal proceedings, grievances, disputes and separations. You will be part of a dynamic and forward thinking People and Culture team who enables the business to deliver their goals by providing exceptional and relevant PC services. This role is also supported by a junior ER Consultant, and PC Team Administrator. To be considered for this role, you will be an experienced and commercial ERIR Professional who enjoys ER case management and has experience in contributing to or negotiating an Enterprise Agreement. You will have a focus on building solid relationships and will take on challenges with tenacity with a positive outcome in mind. A remuneration package of up to 125K is on offer. If you are ready for a new career in an ERIR role that will allow you to influence and shape the workforce, please submit your CV via the link or email all queries to infoflexrecruitmentsolutions.com FLEX People Group provides practical people solutions to enable a more Engaged, Flexible and Inclusive Workplace. We partner with Organisations that offer Family Friendly Employee Benefits and are driven to create Workplace Cultures that embrace Diversity. FLEX People Group are well equipped to match great talent with progressive Organisations. www.flexpeoplegroup.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Employment Relations Adviser | Workplace Relations

    Employment Relations Adviser Workplace Relations Career progression opportunities into leadership roles or Business Partner AON Hewitt Best Employer 2018 We encourage flexible work, from part time hours, to evening shifts and even working from home possibilities The opportunity Employsure is Australias leading specialist in workplace relations. With over 25,000 small business clients, we are changing the way businesses look at their workplace relations and seek advice. The Adviser role paves the way for a successful career within workplace relations. You will be joining the largest disruptor of its kind in Australia where the growth potential is very realistic. Initially in this role you will be responding to inbound advice queries via email and telephone in an efficient and productive manner. Your role will be to provide accurate and expert advice on disciplinary and performance management matters, dismissals, wage rates, discrimination in the workplace, bullying and harassment, work health and safety queries and many more workplace matters. Your ability to manage clients expectations through difficult times will be paramount and your organisation and prioritisation skills are a must in the successful delivery of the world class service that we offer. Key accountabilities. Provide workplace relations advice by phone and email Guide our SME clients to manage their ER matters from strategy to execution Communicate complex information or concepts to clients without using technical jargon Provide timely and practical advice to clients from all industry types Deliver industry defining service by partnering with clients as a trusted Adviser The right person will have experience working in an advisory role in an employer association or trade union will be highly regarded detailed and up to date knowledge of the national employment relations framework, together with relevant practical experience in providing professional quality advice across all workplace relations matters experience managing employee matters such as disciplinary action, redundancies and performance management from inception to completion experience interpreting or advising on Australias workplace laws such as the Fair Work Act or Modern Awards proven capability in providing timely commercial advice to clients, together with excellent verbal and written communication skills being essential qualifications in law, industrial relations or human resources are preferred As the leaders in our field we can offer clearly defined career paths. Your career path starts with the Adviser role where you refine the fundamentals of ER, and the ability to provide timely advice to busy business owners potential to move into field based consultancy work or working in our Legal Services area if you have a Law degree the opportunity to become a Business Partner, resolving complex and at times highly challenging ER issues for clients onsite, that affect their business in material ways cross skilling in workplace health and safety through internal and external training Why join Employsure? Our vision is to Build Better businesses starting with our own. Employsure works directly with small businesses to ensure they stay on top of rapidly changing legislation. Whether it be dealing with a difficult employee, facing a claim or reviewing health and safety, our clients can rest assured we have them covered. The opportunities are endless, with personal and professional growth being one of our top priorities. In addition, we offer our employees remarkable benefits. If you are looking for a role that can match your ambitions, we want to hear from you. With a global track record of over 30 years of success, this is your chance to join an industry leader who prides itself on expertise and innovation at an exciting time in the Australian and New Zealand market. Become a part of our exciting journey. Apply now. 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 worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of the Fair Work Act? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Industrial Relations Legal Advisor

    Industrial Relations Legal Advisor Our vision is to be Australia™s bank of choice. With more than 160 years of history, we are proud of our position in the community with more satisfied customers than any other Australian bank 1.7 million customers in over 500 communities more than 7,000 employees top 70 ASX listed Company and Australias 5th largest retail bank an extensive (500+) branch network Australia wide. Every day, we work hard to bring our company purpose to life feeding into the success of our customers and communities and not off it. Your role Our People and Culture division is driven to put our people first, so our people can put our customers first. This role is responsible for providing contemporary and pragmatic advice to internal clients across the full suite of both employee and industrial relations matters. You will be able to Provide pragmatic and risk conscious advice on complex people issues including case management and escalated issues Work across a broad range of issues from organisational change, legislative compliance, third party management, mergers acquisitions, sale of business, developing and reviewing policies for continuous improvement and complex case management Lead projects and initiatives, ensuring collaboration with all stakeholders Identify trends and emerging people risks, areas for continuous improvement, cross training and upskilling across advisory areas Utilise our case management system to track and record all queries to ensure the team have access to quality data from which to extract insights for our clients You will have Legal Qualifications and a current practicing certificate Minimum of 5 years™ experience in employment law or employee relations, in-house experience highly regarded Excellent stakeholder management skills, including before a senior executive audience Collaborative and consultative approach Strong verbal and written communication skills Demonstrated problem solving, negotiation and conflict resolution skills We will Invest in your extensive training, coaching, broad career options and development programs Provide you with a range of staff benefits, discounts on a wide range of bank products and services and share offers Encourage that you utilise our flexible work options If you would like to discuss this role or the application process in more detail, please contact Anthea Mawby, People and Culture (03) 5485 6044 or anthea.mawbybendigoadelaide.com.au At Bendigo and Adelaide Bank we believe a diverse workforce, supported by an inclusive culture, is central to our success and we actively encourage applications from those who bring diversity of thought to our business. We also support flexible work arrangements and welcome applicants to discuss this in our interview process.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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