Industrial Relations Consultant Jobs In Melbourne

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  • Employee Relations Manager

    Employee Relations Manager Perm part-time 2 days per week Strategic operational focus Sal. commensurate with experience This highly visible and influential senior role allows you to make your mark and advance your career whilst retaining worklife balance. A rare part-time opportunity for a senior ER manager to join a thriving, very profitable household name that is on a significant growth trajectory. In this newly created role, you will own the ERIR space and develop and implement an ER strategy and plan for the continued commercial and operational success of the organisation. Partnering closely with the People Experience team and senior leaders (and supported by in-house legal counsel) you will provide expert advice, coaching and guidance to a range of stakeholders on employment policy and process, interventions and solutions, disputes, enterprise agreements and associated bargaining issues. With a new EA due in three years, you will lead the relationship and key negotiations with the trade unions and other representative forums. Success in the role requires Outstanding written and verbal communication with proven stakeholder and change management skills across multiple levels of an organisation Demonstrated experience in coaching and advising on EAEBA negotiations and agreements, appearing before tribunalcommission meetings, working in complex organisations Project management skills, ability to work autonomously and as a team, excellent problem solving skills Minimum 10 years™ experience in a similar ERIR role A salary package will be negotiated to attract candidates of the highest calibre. Enquiries Allana Spree (03) 9497 1899. Applications close 6 p.m. Monday, 18 March, 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Business Trainer

    TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or higher. Of course, you have all of the required qualifications like....

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Industrial Relations Workforce Partner

    Industrial Relations Workforce Partner This is your new job right here Flexible arrangements available up to full time hours. HS 5 Motivated and Engaged Team Compassion, Leadership, Excellence, Accountability and Respect. Our values drive the way we act and guide our decision making on a daily basis, ensuring our focus on driving a culture of patient-centred care. Our employees model our CLEAR values, building excellence and respect across the organisation and with our stakeholders. We are offering a number of opportunities for the right people. We are committed to providing an environment that fosters and develop your existing skill sets and hopefully some new ones. We can offer you a role that will cement your knowledge and provide you opportunities to grow and broaden your professional portfolio. The Role. In this role you will be not be bored. No really all job ads say that, but we really mean it. If you are not up for a challenge then we are not the fit for you. The day to day operations from a People and Culture perspective will be your responsibility including the quality of our employee experience. The role is part of the People and Culture Team who are committed to having fun, enjoying coming to work and supporting our people to do what they do best. About you. To be considered for this role you will have a track record in industrial relations. You will thrive on challenges and love nothing more than working collaboratively to achieve outcomes and address future state needs. You will be innovative and visionary when it comes to leading and implementing contemporary HR and organisational development strategies and programs. You will need to have a high degree of attention to detail, be resilient and willing to embrace change. These positions offer a great deal of flexibility and growth. Students, people with caring responsibilities and or people with a disability are strongly encouraged to apply. About Us. Djerriwarrh Health Services is a dynamic and rapidly expanding public health service providing Acute, Community, Maternity and Aged Care to the City of Melton and Shire of Moorabool in Melbournes Western suburbs. This role, based at the Bacchus Marsh Hospital campus, will allow for a short commute from the bustling CBD to a centrally located facility close to public transport, local cafes, artisan shops, weekend getaways, vineyards and parkways. The successful applicant will be required to have undergo pre-employment suitability screening including a current police check, working with children and Australian work rights. Regretfully, Djerriwarrh is unable to offer sponsorship. Djerriwarrh Health Services is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages people of indigenous background to apply. To apply for this job go to djhs.recruitmenthub.com.au enter ref code 4597538. Applications close 17 March 2019

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Advisor

    A comprehensive induction program, buddy program and workplace mentoring to ensure a smooth transition. A degree in HR with at least 2 years in a similar role....

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • RECRUITMENT COORDINATOR

    ASG is a leading IT business solutions provider in Australia - customer focused and responsive. We match our genuine people with proven solutions, partnering cl...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Training Coordinator

    Training Coordinator ACCIONA Geotech is a diversified engineering contractor comprising four main divisions and operating across a range of disciplines including rail, industrial, geotechnical and general civil projects. Acciona Geotech companies operate both as head contractor and specialist sub-contractor and are involved in a range of project sizes up to and including major infrastructure projects. The group was formed in March 2017 when Madrid-based Acciona acquired a majority stake in the Geotech Group that had been in operation in Australia since 1972. Due to a recent internal promotion, we are now seeking a professional and experienced Training Coordinator to join our fun and enthusiastic HR team, located at our modern offices in Port Melbourne. Reporting to the Business Improvement Manager, the Training Coordinator is to deliver quality accounting, reporting and financial support to key internal stakeholders in an accurate, timely and efficient manner whilst maintaining the highest standard of financial control across the AGH group. This is a key role in our business with responsibility to ensure all accounting records, processes and reporting are maintained to a high standard working across all areas of internal and external reporting, financial analysis, treasury functions, taxes, accounting systems and financial controls. The key competencies for this position are Understanding of training packages Understanding of ASQA™s guidelines policies Knowledge of traineeshipapprenticeship modelsfunding Strong relationship building Customer service skills Strong admin skills “ excel, Microsoft Office Strong communication, administration and work planning skills Exposure to RIW roles and competencies The ideal candidate will have minimum Tertiary qualifications in HR or a similar field matched with 2-3 years™ experience in an admincustomer service role with exposure to RTOtraining. This is a fantastic chance to join our rapidly growing business and become a part of an outgoing, hardworking and dedicated group of people. This is a role with substantial room for professional growth and future career advancement. We have a family friendly workplace that supports work life balance, career growth and offers free onsite parking. ACCIONA Geotech Group Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and promotes equality and diversity. Indigenous Australians and candidates from minority groups are encouraged to apply. Apply now.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant

    Responsibilities Care Staff Recruitment Management of recruitment and selection of nursing staff and support workers Actively seek and drive care staff recruitment Screen potential applicants and arrange interview bookings Complete reference checks on potential applicants Process paperwork of all applicants and record into appropriate systems Enter nurses and support workers into appropriate systems Recruit specialists nurses as required Customer Service Answer and respond appropriately to general enquiries Maintain positive relationships with clients “ customers, nurses and support workers Proactively maintain relationships including outbound phone calls to clients Other tasks as that are reasonably directed by the General Manager. Company Values Customer service Quality Outcomes Teamwork SkillsExperience Greater than 2 years™ experience in recruitment Specialised knowledge and experience health industry recruitment Ability to create and maintain interpersonal relationships with the nurses and support workers Proven ability to utilise social media platforms to drive recruitment Excellent written and verbal English communication skills High attention to detail Confident, resourceful and positive approach Demonstrated effective time management, organisational and prioritization skills A practical approach to problem solving, troubleshooting and decision making Ability to hold challenging conversations with health care staff The successful applicant will be highly driven and ambitious with a strong desire to succeed. 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 of in house recruitment experience do you have? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? Do you own or have regular access to a car?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant | Sales & Marketing

    Recruitment Consultant Sales Marketing Client Boutique, well established and highly profitable recruitment consultancy with a fantastic brand and reputation in the NSW region. They specialise across Professional Services into Industry and Commerce placing candidates at all levels into Permanent Interim roles. The can boast one of Australia™s fastest growing and industry awarded recruitment companies with multiple offices across Australia and NZ. Established almost 15 years ago the company is 100 Australian owned with employs 100+ staff with exciting expansion budget for 2019 across all branch locations Responsibilities 360 Recruitment Consultant focusing on Sales Marketing professionals into roles across VIC Manage and drive your desk by maintaining and engaging with new and existing clients You will be working alongside a highly successful manager with a demonstrable track record in recruitment, as well as a joining an established team of white-collar recruiters in their Melbourne CBD office. Culture fun, energetic and caring team, all working with a high level of autonomy and with the full support of their Operations and Management team to succeed. Requirement Have strong and proven recruitment skills Sales orientated Personable and approachable Able to work independently as well as in a team Understand systems and have worked on databases, Excel, Word and Outlook On offer 70k-80k base (Neg.) - Super - Uncapped commission - NO THRESHOLD - Monthly, Quarterly Annual Incentives, Trips Rewards - Modern high tech office - Laptop - Mobile To discuss this new position as well as other exciting opportunities we are currently recruiting for, please contact Matthew Wilson confidentially on 0478522150 or email matthewprestonjames.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Account Manager - IT & Technology (No Cold Calling)

    Account Manager - IT Technology (No Cold Calling) COMPANY A leading IT Technology staffing consultancy who are one of Australia™s most successful IT brands. They work with some of the world™s largest and most recognised clients providing IT Technology staffing solutions, as well as into Government Bodies - Federal State THE ROLE Account Manager - a unique opportunity to join a highly established and collaborative team who supply 100+ panel list The role will work closely with the State Lead and other Account Managers as well as the Candidate Resourcing team helping find ITTech specialists for all Governments Contract Perm roles NEW BUSINESS - leveraging off the Govenment PSA selling to stakeholders to ensure all panels are being supplied and revenue maximised Continue to build and expand on the hard work previously done by maintaining trusted relationships with hiring managers ABOUT YOU ITTech Recruitment Specialist with strong Senior Account Manager skills You will have good communication and able to present to all levels Able to be strategic and create add edvalue solutions when necessary Ability to cross sell and create new revenue within existing PSAs Keen to add more personality to a highly social and fun environment ON OFFER 80k-100k basic - Super - Bonus - Monthly Quarterly incentives - Fun and friendly environment To discuss this new position as well as other exciting opportunities we are currently recruiting for, please contact Matthew Wilson confidentially on 0478522150 or email matthewprestonjames.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant | Architecture & Design

    Recruitment Consultant Architecture Design Company A highly successful independent award-winning boutique Construction, Property, and Engineering recruitment consultancy. Established over 15 years ago operating from multi-site offices. 2018 like other years gave them a record-breaking year allowing continued growth with additional headcount across their divisions throughout 2019 The role 360 Recruitment Consultant role running a hybrid desk focusing on Architecture Interior Design across VIC Continued investment plus additional head-count to the team throughout 2019 will allow further career development offering clear career progression into more senior level roles as the business continues to expand their Melbourne office Fantastic training with continued support and development to allow career progression to team leadership responsibility Who they want to hire Ideally a minimum 2 years recruitment experience with a solid track record of achievement in the VIC market - open on the sector (full market sector training will be given) This exciting role will suit a highly successful recruiter with a demonstrable track record who is looking to develop and grow into a team leader On offer 75k-90k base (dep on exp.) - Fantastic commission - OTE 150k-200k (uncapped) - Fully expensed iPhone - Friday early finish with afternoon drinks at your desk - Gym membership - Friendly office environment - Regular team social events To discuss this new position as well as other exciting opportunities we are currently recruiting for, please contact Matthew Wilson confidentially on 0478522150 or emailmatthewprestonjames.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Administrator - Recruitment and Development

    HR Administrator - Recruitment and Development WHO WE ARE We are a subsidiary of the Schwarz Group, the worlds fourth largest retailer. We are a grocery chain that is committed to providing our customers with a large selection of reasonably priced products and produce including major name-brands and our own range of K-Classic™ products. We operate more than 1,250 stores in Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, and Slovakia employing well over 140,000 employees. COMPANY CULTURE Our culture supports people to be their authentic self. Our small local team faces a new challenge each day no two days are the same. Be prepared to enter an environment that has a start-up feeling and a team that supports each other professionally and socially. We support our staff with transparent communication and trust. We believe that when our people grow our Company grows. ABOUT THE ROLE Due to ongoing growth and expansion a rare opportunity exists for a passionate Human Resources Graduate to join our team. This fast-paced environment will teach you various aspects of Recruitment and Learning Development. This is an opportunity for you to kick-start your career in HR and contribute to the company™s overall success. WHAT YOU WILL DO Assist with the successful and timely delivery of projects Help prepare training, presentations and job profiles Assist the recruitment process Create on-boarding paperwork and contracts Help with the day to day running of Recruitment and Learning Development WHAT YOU NEED Bachelors Degree of Human Resources or higher Passion for Recruitment and Learning Development High attention to detail Willingness to learn Strong MS office skills Strong communication skills WHAT YOU GET A dynamic motivated team environment Additional leave with service Exposure to Recruitment and Learning Development Rapid career growth A brand new, custom built office WHAT TO DO NEXT Do you want to take the next steps and change your life? Hit APPLY to get started

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Executive Recruitment Consultant - Boutique Search Firm - Flexible Hours & Days

    About the business Specialist search Firm - Blue Chip Clients 100K to 140K Pkg (Pro Rata). Flex hours days Based near Camberwell (close to major train line) This boutique search and recruitment firm works with some of Australias leading companies in finding and sourcing critical talent. The majority of engagements are either permanent or fixed term executive roles focussed from senior specialists through to General Managers. About the role Your initial focus will be to support the Managing Partner on search and recruitment mandates. Often the assignments require market mapping and identification of key talent and active approaches (head-hunting and referrals). Assistance with executive references, long-list and shortlist development are also key aspects of the role. There will be no active business development in the position (unless you enjoy this aspect) as the Managing Partner and Partners are accountable for assignment origination and the development of long-lasting and sustainable working relationships with clients. Benefits and perks This position exists due to an increase in hiring demand from key clients in addition to two senior consultants taking leave (Maternity Leave and another is taking a six month sabbatical to travel abroad). Some benefits that the business can offer is a highly consultative and mature environment with genuine flexibility. You can work the days and hours that suit you. The business is outcomes focussed and is seeking someone who is highly motivated and takes pride in delivering exceptional service to the people they would interact with on a daily basis. The company also offers four weeks of personal leave days (unpaid) in addition to the paid award four weeks annual leave and 12 personal leave days (pro rata). This initiative has been regarded by all employees as a great benefit, especially for working families around school holiday periods or people who have study or other personal commitments throughout the year. Skills and experience You will be an experienced recruitment search consultant talent acquisition specialist who has worked in an executive search environment. Or you may be an experienced in-house talent acquisition recruitment consultant that is known for finding key talent for challenging to source roles. Ideally degree qualified you will have demonstrable experience in presenting executive reports, qualified longlists and highly credible shortlists to corporate clients hiring managers. The ability to utilise market mapping and search techniques coupled with end to end recruitment assignment management is highly desired. A large majority of the roles are across technical, commercial and leadership functions. The business is not a discipline specialist but more of a industry specialist aligned to sectors such as Infrastructure, Energy, Renewables, Mining, Oil Gas, Manufacturing, Defence, Consulting and FMCG. If you are interested in this role please apply with your CV in Word format with a brief cover letter of two to three paragraphs. If you have a specific question please call Rod Czydel on +61 3 9005 8362 and if he is unable to take your call please leave a message on our answering service with your question. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted within three day to five days of applying. 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 as a recruitment consultant?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant

    Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant Our client, a global professional services firm which provides a wide range of services to client but strong emphasis on values to their employees. They are currently going through a rapid growth stage at the moment so an exciting time to be apart of an amazing environment. This is not your standard 360 recruitment role, it requires a commercial attitude and someone who can partner and influence their client group and key stakeholders to ensure an appropriate and effective on-boarding cycle. You will be working in a collaborative based team within a fast paced corporate environment. This role initially is a 6 Month fixed-term contract but strong views to go Perm for the right person. To be successful for this exciting contract you Must have strong recruitment across bankingmultinationalfinance or superannuation sectors Preferably have Workday recruiter system experience but not essential. Will need exposure to other platforms such as Taleo, Pageup, Peoplesoft etc Strong influencing and stakeholder partnering ability to guide and coach while providing national recruitment functions Ability to be commercial outside of the end-end recruitment cycle and identify any gaps in the processes undertaken This is an urgent requirement so preferably you are able to start immediately or within 1-2 notice period. If you believe you have a drive, passion and experience to add value to this organisation, contact Alex King on (03) 8621 5700 for further information or apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at melbhrpartners.com.au, quoting reference number 14M0378638. 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 Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    Permanent, part-time opportunity True generalist role Well regarded NFP providing services to refugees and asylum seekers About Us The Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture Inc. (VFST), also known as Foundation House, provides services to advance the health, wellbeing and human rights of people from refugee backgrounds who have experienced torture or other traumatic events. Foundation House is a state-wide agency offering services in metropolitan, regional and rural areas. Offices are in Brunswick (head office), Dallas, Dandenong, Ringwood and Sunshine and services are also provided in partnership with other agencies in regional areas of Victoria. The Position As an experienced HR Business Partner you will be a trusted advisor who readily moves between delivering the full breadth of HR operational services and undertaking specific HR projectpolicy activities, such as supporting the development and implementation of a new Certified Agreement. Reporting to the HR Coordinator, you will build relationships that support the development and implementation of HR strategic initiatives and will be a valued member of the HR team. This a permanent 0.8 EFT position, based at our Brunswick office. Your responsibilities will include Providing timely generalist advice and support to managers across the full scope of HR functions Managing all aspects of the employment life cycle Employee relations and award interpretation HR reports and data analysis Delivery on HR projects About you Tertiary qualified, you are able to communicate easily with all levels across the organisation and will display advanced communication and influencing skills. Your solutions-focused and highly organised approach is essential to being successful in this busy role. Demonstrated experience in Employee RelationsIndustrial Relations will be highly regarded. The benefits Remuneration is up to 84,968 gross per annum pro rata plus employer superannuation contributions. Benefits include generous salary packaging, leave loading, a range of flexible working options and a highly supportive team environment. VFST promotes the safety and well-being of children VFST is an equal opportunity employer. The right to live and work in Australia is an essential requirement of this role. Applications Applications for this position must be received by cob Monday 18 March 2019. Applicants must provide a 1 page statement addressing why they have the skills and experience to undertake this role as part of their application process. The Position Description for this role can be downloaded from our website at www.foundationhouse.org.au Please email applications to Chris Fitzpatrick, Human Resources, at jobsfoundationhouse.org.au For any enquiries regarding the position please contact Maria Piteri on 9389 8913. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Recruiter

    Recruiting all recruiters The tables have turned as we ask those usually accepting applications to apply now If you have been recruiting for a number of years and are experienced in dealing with high volume sales environments we ask you to set your sights on transforming a company from the ground up. This company is one of the quickest moving and most competitive companies we have worked with. Priding itself on its professionalism and drive whilst rewarding results as soon as they arrive. This organisation is after the best of the best Whats in it for you? 60-65k Base 100K OTE Albert Park Office Awesome company culture Monday-Friday Business Hours What do you do? Expand and consolidate an ever growing organisation Recruit and employee upwards of 10+ varying roles a month Implement strategies and campaigns to attract new candidate pools Collaboratively liaise with heads of department Representing the company in a professional manner What do you need? 2-5 years of recruiting experience Knowledge within a call centre based environment Experience in recruiting sales roles Outstanding communication skills The ability to work autonomously Great time management If youre as passionate about this position as we are then please dont delay and APPLY NOW We are interviewing immediately. For a confidential discussion please call Jack Howell on 0447 551 047. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. You will only be contacted if you are shortlisted.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Talent Partner

    Talent Partner True Talent Partner opportunity 360 degree Consultant experience Not for Profit - supportive PC team If you have extensive experience delivering high quality end to end recruitment services and can manage a number of simultaneous recruitment projects including volume recruitment campaigns and can understand and respond to critical resourcing requirements across the business in partnership with the HR team and in close partnership with managers, providing timely, accurate and best practice advice throughout the selection process then this is an outstanding career opportunity. Based within a leading community organisation and a team of highly professional and focused People and Culture experts committed to unparalleled service excellence to their internal and external clients, you days will be varied and busy with a sense of achievement. Skills and experience required for success 3-5 years Talent partnering experience within a large and diverse organisation 360 degree Consulting skills including exposure to the full range of recruitment methodology and framework including Assessment Centers, Volume, Recruitment Campaigns etc Experience within a Clinical Talent partnering role or similar industry sector would be highly regarded but not essential Agency and Internal Partnering roles would be highly regarded Experience within the Not For Profit sector highly regarded but not essential Working with Childrens Check, National Police Check, Current Drivers Licence essential In return A salary package that includes a monthly Rostered Day Off , Salary Packaging Working within a values based Organisation that truly walk the walk and deliver on what they say they will Variety and the ability to utilise your Recruitment experience in a supportive and progressive Organisation and team Career growth and opportunities to develop within a highly engaged team of experts within the People and Culture team To hear more about this opportunity please apply on-line with your Resume Mirleen Chinnery 0396827044 mirleenrusherrogers.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner-Consumer Industry

    Human Resources Business Partner-Consumer Industry CSG Talent are exclusively working with a well known consumer business looking for a new HR Business Partner to compliment an already strong team. This is an incredible opportunity for the right candidate within a business known for culture and employee satisfaction. As our new HR Business Partner you will reporting to the HR Manager and working with a fantastic team of HR professionals. In this role you will Provide support, guidance and mentoring for managers on a range of ER, Recruitment and LD. Coach employees and management on HR issues, policies, practices and programs. Advise and mentor managers on recruitment process, internal talent progression and engagement. Support managers to develop and implement workforce policies, procedures and systems to support the business vision, values and business priorities. Be the voice for management on any employee relations, need for policy and procedure improvement, training needs. Contribute to the business strategy by helping stakeholders to identify and grow business capabilities, behaviours, structures, and processes. Be part of project planning, implementation and follow up for all new initiatives. Key Requirements 3 years + experience in HR. Consumer industry is experience is preferred but not essential. Tertiary qualification in Human ResourcesBusiness. Exceptional communication skills and ability to build relationships. Strong knowledge of employment law, policies and processes. Energy and excitement for change and an adaptive approach. Looking for a people focused HR professional who is passionate, motivated and a strong team player. You love to share your expertise, mentor and consult to make a real difference.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Learning + Development Specialist

    Learning + Development Specialist CSG Talent are looking for an energetic, motivated and experienced Learning and Development Specialist to help develop and promote this function within our clients business. Reporting into the Head of People and Culture this role will require adhod travel interstate to deliver training on a variety of platforms. This truly is a diverse role that will see you working with a variety of staff levels and functions, creating and improving existing training materials as well as working with business stakeholders to identify and improve skill gaps. Put your stamp on further enhancing an incredible culture Who are we looking for An engaging LD Manager with 3+ years experience in a similar position with proven results. Experience in the hospitalityretail industry is preferred but not essential. High level of personable communication is a must You will be working with an exciting and diverse group of individuals on a daily basis. Relationship building will be key in this role. Someone with a can do attitude and positive demeanour. Cert IV in Training and Assessment is a must. Hands on experience with eLearning Platforms and content creation is essential. This position will be responsible for both online and classroom training. Tertiary qualified is highly regarded. What does the role entail Development and role out of new training modules and resources. Analysis and planning of training needs across a variety of business functions. Put your knowledge and creative input to work assisting in the development and upgrade of content for eLearning and LMS systems. Upskilling your team on facilitation and training techniques for effective module role out. Work closely with the HR teams, Operation teams, Senior Management and Stakeholders. Whats in it for you This is one of Australias most loved brands Attractive salary package + substantial and achievable incentive program. We recognise hard work and reward you for it. Ability to make and implement a real change within the business. An extensive induction into the company with ongoing development opportunity and consistent training for your own career. Work with like minded people in an inspiring environment. This is a culture like no other with an open door policy. Opportunity to progress throughout the business. This is a company who truly value their people and want you to achieve and succeed Incredible office space in the heart of the city. Close to public transport AND staff parking available. Work Life Balance This is a dream role for an LD Specialist wanting an exciting and challenging new opportunity. Apply now

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Resourcing Business Partner

    Resourcing Business Partner Our client, a global leader in services across ITTech engineering who is currently going through a period of growth and change require a senior resourcingtalent partner to join a collaborative and fast paced team providing high level impact solutions. Reporting into the talent lead, you primary focus is ensuring that the company has the right people, in the right place, at the right time to execute its strategy. The RBP provides expert advice, data and recommendations to Hiring Managers to support key Resourcing decisions (availability of talent in a given marketregion, temp or perm headcount decisions, job description definition, long term sourcing strategies, interview selection, and offer construction). The RBP owns and delivers continuous improvement in the Quality, Speed and Cost of Hiring. The RBP is a key member of a highly proactive Resourcing function and champions the Candidate and Hiring Manager experience within the organisation. To be successful You must have at least 3-5 years track record of 360 recruitment experience within Australia Strong experience across ITTECH, engineering, rail or defence sectors roles is a strict must Previous experience in coaching line managers Ability to work within complex landscape and keep a holistic approach This is a very exciting role in an interesting and unique company so if you believe you have a drive, passion and experience to add value to this organisation, contact Alex King on (03) 8621 5700 for further information or apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at melbhrpartners.com.au, quoting reference number 14M0378747. 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 Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Resourcer/ Sourcing Specialist

    Resourcer Sourcing Specialist How has your job search in HR or recruitment been so far? How many job ads have you scrolled through before you came across this one? Click¦ apply. Click¦ apply. Keen to start immediately in your next job? We™re actually looking for resourcers and sourcing specialists to work out of the Melbourne™s CBD and inner western suburbs on a 4 month contract . With a healthy pay of up to 41 per hour + Super, we have a feeling you™re going to want to keep reading to find out more. Your new company You™ll be a core member of the resourcing and talent acquisition function, sourcing for a progressive company at the forefront of promoting diversity and dynamic new technologies. As a resourcer, you™re going to be finding and hiring those same people who will share our values, building our team. We™re a key cog in Melbourne™s infrastructure, providing solutions for the Victorian government. With a strong culture of achievement, you will be recognised from day dot for your contributions with our recognition and gratitude programs. Now, let™s talk about you and what you will be doing. We™re not interested in people who just want a job. You can apply for those other jobs you have been scrolling through for that. We™re looking for someone who can hit the ground running. Don™t worry though we will help you achieve your goals through continuous development and support, working closely you and your team, We™ll need you to draw on your experience as a resourcer and finding that ˜hard-to-find™ talent. If you know what I mean, then you™ll be all over your new responsibilities Writing job adverts better than this one Being a core team member in the recruitment process, end-to-end. Screening, pre-employment, reference checking, but you already know all about that Leveraging your experience in multiple and innovative sourcing methods such as utilisation of job boards, recruitment searches Building your own professional skills in this space, personally growing in your career within our progressive company Your previous experience working in recruitment or sourcing, agency or otherwise, is what we would like to hear about. If that experience was in the IT or tech space, then that™s what we would especially love to hear about. What to do next? So you™re immediately available and I™ve still got your attention? As a truly diverse organisation, welcome people irrespective of your background. Apply now by clicking the apply button but don™t delay We™re hiring as quickly as possible. Not ready to apply, or have some questions first? Call me, Ryoma Parker on 03 8621 5700 to discuss in confidence. 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 Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • People Experience Partner

    People Experience Partner Highly profitable, household name Huge growth trajectory with significant change Top salary pkg to attract high performer There™s a real buzz and excitement about this environment. After all, they™re a household name, extremely profitable, on a significant growth trajectory and the PX team is encouraged and not afraid to push the boundaries. What™s not to like? Career opportunity for a values driven PX partner who wants to make a difference. As a member of a vibrant, fast paced team, you will guide your client group through this next challenging growth phase. There are lots of meaty projects that will see you directly impact on the business. You will act as both a strategic and operational advisor and will be a key influencer in organisational change and capability build. You will work with your client group to drive and implement the HR strategic plan and provide guidance across a full range of HR matters engagement strategies, remuneration and benefits, recruitment, talent development, culture enhancement, L D, ER etc. Reporting to a CPO that has a reputation for developing team members and a genuine commitment to your ongoing learning, you will be challenged to take your client group to the next level of best practice. If you want to maintain the status quo, this role is not for you. Your ideas, stakeholder management skills, ability to effect change and agile thinking will see you influence dialogue with leaders and their teams and effectively engage with this rapidly changing and highly successful business. Here high performance is not measured by years of experience, rather by what you bring to the table as a result of your career to date. So our client is open to speaking with candidates across all levels of experience from HR Consultants to Senior HRBPs who have a strategic mindset and are not afraid to roll their sleeves up and get on with BAU. A salary package will be negotiated to attract a high performer with a strong track record and the right mindset. An opportunity to accelerate your career and leave a legacy in an environment that offers flexible work practices and supports worklife balance. Enquiries Allana Spree (03) 9497 1899 Applications close 6 p.m. Monday 18 March, 2019

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Manager

    In collaboration with the leadership and store teams, proactively network and build a solid reputation within the retail industry to build a strong employer...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant

    Flexible working arrangements Career progression Blue chip client and candidate base The Job Natural Selection Group are seeking a capable, driven, and...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Generalist

    Drive your career to the next level in this stand alone HR role based at our Designworks office in Richmond. Reporting to the Group HR Manager and partnering w...

    location Richmond VIC, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant

    You will critically review job applications, assess resumes and conduct phone screenings. Responsible for delivering a broad range of high quality recruitment...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Talent Acquisition Consultant

    Benefits of working at the RACGP include 13.5 superannuation, easy access to public transport at a great location opposite the MCG, annual leave loading,...

    location East Melbourne VIC 3002, Australia


  • OH&S and Training Coordinator (Part Time, 0.4 FTE)

    OHS and Training Coordinator (Part Time, 0.4 FTE) About us FGB is a thriving Australian-owned company which manufactures and markets a range of safe, natural and effective products. With a range of proprietary brands including Bosistos and Euky Bear, the company is also the exclusive distributor for Vicks Home Health and Braun Health Wellbeing. Our team of highly skilled employees are building the business with year on year growth. About the position Reporting to the HR Manager, the role encompasses overall responsibility for monitoring, administering, reporting on and supporting management with implementation of the Company™s OHS compliance and GMP training activities. You™ll need to support the development and maintenance of a strong safety and compliance culture within the business and have the ability to work effectively with others. To be successful, you™ll need Significant experience in OHS compliance training administration, ideally in a manufacturing warehousing work environment. Proficient in Word and Excel. Self-motivated. Comfortable working independently and recommending actions to address issues identified within the business. Strong time management skills and ability to work towards and meet agreed timelines. Strong influencing skills. Ability to initiate and lead training programs. What we offer in return FGB aims to build a culture that celebrates success and strives for industry best practice in everything that we do. We promote a safe, happy and healthy work environment. We conduct annual salary reviews and operate a bonus program. FGB is focused on professional and personal development of our team, and have 60+ employees. To Apply If this sounds like the job youve been waiting for, then please click the Apply now button below and include a covering letter with your application. Please understand that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Closing date for applications Friday 22 March 2019. For further information on FGB, visit www.fgb.com.au Email Please click the Apply Now button below. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of OHSWHS? Do you have experience using Microsoft Excel?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Graduate, Safety

    Graduate, Safety Graduate, Safety If you want to make a difference for all Victorians - this is your chance to work together with a committed team, to contribute to the delivery of major projects whilst gaining experience and capabilities to develop your career. We are building State-shaping transport projects - Metro Tunnel, North East Link, West Gate Tunnel, Level Crossing Removal Project, Regional Rail Revival and Suburban Road Upgrades. Our new projects, including the Suburban Rail Loop and Airport Rail Link, will change the way that Victorians work, live and play. By joining our team, you will be making it easier for Victorians to get where they need to go and contribute to improving our liveability. Delivering these massive projects takes multi-disciplinary teams working collaboratively in a complex and creative environment. Does this sound like your ideal workplace? To join our Graduate Program, you will by highly motivated, demonstrate strong inter-personal and problem-solving capabilities. We will offer you the opportunity to develop technical and professional skills and take unrivalled experiences with you as you continue your professional career in you chosen field. You will participate in tailored rotations over two years. The first year of the program includes two rotations within a ˜home project. In the second year, you will have an opportunity to work within another MTIA project group or externally with one of our key advisors or project partners. A Graduate Learning Series will offer the opportunity to strengthen workplace and project delivery learning, as part of this imaginative program. We are seeking recent graduates, representative of Victorias diverse community to join the 2020 MTIA Graduate Program. Take the opportunity to build both your career and Victorias infrastructure. To be eligible, you must have completed your undergraduate degree between May 2018 and January 2020 in OHS or Safety Management. Please visit the Big Build website to find out more about the Graduate Program including eligibility, disciplines, rotation opportunities and how to submit your application. Applications are submitted through the Victorian Governments careers website and must include CV (three pages max) Copy of your academic transcript (official or unofficial) Proof of Australian working rights (eg AustraliaNew Zealand Passport Birth Certificate or Permanent Residency) You must attach the above documentation by the closing date, otherwise your application will not progress. Applications will not be accepted via email. Candidates applying must have working rights within Australia as we are unable to offer work sponsorship. The program will commence February 2020. Applications close 11.59pm Thursday 4 April 2019 (AEDT).

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HSE Advisors | Expression of Interest

    HSE Advisors Expression of Interest Permanent, Short and Long Term Contracts Representing Reputable Companies (Tier 1s and ASX Listed) Supportive and Genuine Consultants Established in 2005, Rubix Solutions is a privately owned resourcing company, offering manpower services in the white collar and blue collar sectors. Rubix represent many major clients across Construction, Energy, Telecommunications, IT and Utilities across Australia, including Tier 1 and ASX listed companies. Since launching our Health, Safety and Environment division, Rubix is looking to speak to candidates of all calibers within this profession. We recruit in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide, specialising in permanent and contract positions, both short and long term. Well be focusing on HSE Engineering, HSE Management, HSE Technical and HSE Supervisory. Through niching Telecommunications recruitment and building one of the largest databases in Australia for Telco professionals specifically, it became apparent we were specialising in many HSE and QHSE positions and have since decided to open up this profession within other industries, such as Construction, Mining and Energy. If youre on the market, or simply looking to be added to our database and considered for upcoming roles, Id love to you hear from you. You may either apply via Seek to this Expression of Interest post, or email a CV directly to chloerubixsolutions.net.au with a short introduction. Unfortunately, Rubix cannot assist with sponsorship, so this is for those with full Australian working rights only. This advert does not guarantee employment.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Graduate, Human Resources

    Graduate, Human Resources Graduate, Human Resources If you want to make a difference for all Victorians - this is your chance to work together with a committed team, to contribute to the delivery of major projects whilst gaining experience and capabilities to develop your career. We are building State-shaping transport projects - Metro Tunnel, North East Link, West Gate Tunnel, Level Crossing Removal Project, Regional Rail Revival and Suburban Road Upgrades. Our new projects, including the Suburban Rail Loop and Airport Rail Link, will change the way that Victorians work, live and play. By joining our team, you will be making it easier for Victorians to get where they need to go and contribute to improving our liveability. Delivering these massive projects takes multi-disciplinary teams working collaboratively in a complex and creative environment. Does this sound like your ideal workplace? To join our Graduate Program, you will by highly motivated, demonstrate strong inter-personal and problem-solving capabilities. We will offer you the opportunity to develop technical and professional skills and take unrivalled experiences with you as you continue your professional career in you chosen field. You will participate in tailored rotations over two years. The first year of the program includes two rotations within a ˜home project. In the second year, you will have an opportunity to work within another MTIA project group or externally with one of our key advisors or project partners. A Graduate Learning Series will offer the opportunity to strengthen workplace and project delivery learning, as part of this imaginative program. We are seeking recent graduates, representative of Victorias diverse community to join the 2020 MTIA Graduate Program. Take the opportunity to build both your career and Victorias infrastructure. To be eligible, you must have completed your undergraduate degree between May 2018 and January 2020 in Human Resources, Business (HR), Management (HR) or Commerce (HR). Please visit the Big Build website to find out more about the Graduate Program including eligibility, disciplines, rotation opportunities and how to submit your application. Applications are submitted through the Victorian Governments careers website and must include CV (three pages max) Copy of your academic transcript (official or unofficial) Proof of Australian working rights (eg AustraliaNew Zealand Passport Birth Certificate or Permanent Residency) You must attach the above documentation by the closing date, otherwise your application will not progress. Applications will not be accepted via email. Candidates applying must have working rights within Australia as we are unable to offer work sponsorship. The program will commence February 2020. Applications close 11.59pm Thursday 4 April 2019 (AEDT).

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Capability Development Lead

    Capability Development Lead We are a world leading Health Care organisation with over 22,000 people in Australia and New Zealand, and our purpose is to help people live longer, healthier, and happier lives. In Australia, we help to take care of people through our leading health insurance services as well as providing a personalised approach to care through our modern Dental clinic network, our Bupa Optical stores, Bupa Medical Visa services and over 70 Bupa Aged Care Homes. Bupa Therapy, along with our Medical and Wellbeing Centre provide a multidiscipline approach to care. At Bupa our people are transforming and making a difference in the world of health care. About the opportunity A newly created role has arisen in Bupa™s growing people function. We are currently seeking a Capability Development lead to join the team to focus on delivering several key priorities. A key priority will be managing and significantly improving our mandatory e-learning suite across Bupa ANZ. Our mandatory e-learning suite is traditional and it™s time for a shake-up. Our business is ready for it, our Risk team is on board - this role will make it happen We are now seeking a Capability Development lead who will bring fresh, innovative and forward-thinking ideas that will engage all our employees during learning. This will be an initial 12-month FTC opportunity. Key responsibilities of the role include Complete a summary learning needs analysis (audiences of learners, their ˜best ways to learn™, other learning priorities) Complete high level design and completes detailed design of interventions using creation and curation of content Pilot these interventions and measure its effectiveness. Uses learnings to adjust the design before deploying further Develop an employee capability development content strategy and lines up preferred sources of external content and determine if existing content services are cost effective, relevant and appropriate to our employee capability development needs Craft a vision for mandatory learning at Bupa ANZ including a roadmap to achieve this vision (and any change or investment required) Review the entirety of the mandatory learning suite for Bupa ANZ and works with Risk and Compliance to ensure it appropriate and correct Stay close to Bupa Global Centre team for any global mandatory learning initiatives that may be coming. Socialises the ANZ MU roadmap for alignment with Centre stakeholders Prepare annual presentation to People and Culture Committee (PCC), as required in mandatory learning standard, to present on state of mandatory learning. Ensures any other material changes to mandatory learning suite, approach or processes are brought to this Committee Partner with the People Digital Solution (PODS) team to understand the current configuration and use of our LMS Understands and stays current with the external landscape and future opportunities when it comes to learning technology (e.g. microlearning campaigns, xAPI, peer to peer curated content or support, AI, chatbots, etc.). You will behave- Experience managing the design and development of employee learning programscontent and the understanding of where each learning modality is best applied Deep exposure to LMS™s and be able to translate their knowledge to Bupa™s environment Experience leading up mandatory compliance learning and significantly changing or improving it for a large learner population Experience in leading and growing direct reports as well as leading others that do not or directly report to this role (complex, matrix organisation agile ways of working projects) Experience in planning, designing and delivering to a large population of learners - 20,000, who are geographically spread in sites across Australia and New Zealand A creative and curios thinker with a customer -centric mindset looking to break the mold Join us Bupa believes in hiring the best talent in the market. We are known for our vibrant, high performing and incredibly rewarding workplace, and we take pride in creating exceptional and meaningful work experiences, encouraging innovation, delivering award winning benefits to our employees and being involved with our communities. Bupa has everything - growth, passion, results and a caring supportive culture that surround a burning ambition and purpose that is the best in the world. Our people reflect the diversity of our community. At Bupa, your wellbeing, identity and own story is respected and valued. Find the purpose in your career

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • LD Coordinator

    LD Coordinator LD Coordinator Northern Suburbs Excellent Career Opportunity This is an exciting time to join a global organisation who is undergoing significant change. This company operates in the FMCG sector and strive to offer the best possible products and service to their customers. They are now seeking an ambitious LD Coordinator to join the PC team. Reporting to the GM People and Culture, this role will coordinate all the training across the business. With locations in Melbourne and also Perth your responsibilities will include Scheduling of training courses Maintenance of training records Induction of new employees Development of new learning pathways Implementation of the learning strategy Evaluation of training courses and participant feedback This is a fast paced role suited to someone who wants to continue their career in learning and development in a supportive people and culture team. You will have a sense of urgency, be able to manage conflicting priorities and possess a desire to learn and grow. deliberatepractice is a vibrant, contemporary, leading HR consulting firm. For over 8 years we have delivered contemporary and practical HR solutions, drawing upon our deep specialisation in HR Recruitment, Leadership Assessment Development and Outplacement.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • People and Culture Facilitator

    About us Interchange Inner East is a not-for-profit organisation that has a 39-year history of supporting children and young people with a disability to live meaningful lives in their community. As the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is rolled out, we are involved in a range of innovative and exciting initiatives which require the support of a skilled creative team. About the role An exciting opportunity is available to join our People and Culture team to assist with our Recruitment and Human Resource (HR) functions. As a leading organisation in the Disability Sector we are experiencing rapid growth in all areas of the business, so we are seeking an experienced Recruitment HR professional to confidently contribute to the efficiencies of the People and Culture team. This role offers a variety of duties and responsibilities, including (but not limited to) End to end recruitment processes for individual or high-volume recruitment drives On boarding practises specific to the disability sector Candidate attraction initiatives Building and maintaining strong stakeholder relationships Ensuring database systems, employee records and staff certifications are up to date Participation in quality assessment and auditing, as required Employee engagement initiatives Planning and facilitating assessment centres, where required Working collaboratively and effectively with others to support workforce capacity initiatives, set goals, make decisions and enhance organisational efficiency To be successful in the role, you need Experience in the end to end recruitment process Experience or qualifications in HR disciplines Positive and adaptable team player competencies Effective communication skills both verbal and written Exceptional administration skills with a strong focus on detail Understanding of the of the disability sector and the NDIS In return, you will receive a competitive hourly rate, with salary sacrifice options. You will be part of a positive and collaborative organisation, offering a flexible worklife balance and professional development opportunities. For further information regarding the position or to request a position description, please email peopleandcultureiie.org.au or apply now. Applications only accepted via SEEK. Attach your Resume and cover letter. Interchangeie.org.au 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? How many years of in house recruitment experience do you have?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Learning and Development Coordinator

    Learning and Development Coordinator (Skills Training Coordinator) About Us Possability is a not-for-profit organisation, providing quality individual and flexible support options to people with disability, children and young people with a history of adversity. We have a vision for a world where everyone has the opportunity to reach their potential. We believe that freedom and independence are fundamental human rights. We are committed to providing a quality service designed to be responsive and flexible to individual needs to enable people to achieve their personal goals. About The Role Due to expansion, there is an exciting opportunity to undertake a pivotal role focusing on Skills and Development within our People and Culture Team, based at our Victorian Head Office in Sunshine. Reporting to the People Culture Manager, you will be responsible for employee skills and development activities such as processes including creating and delivering content in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, coordinating, scheduling and monitoring participation in programs, maintaining records and developing annual learning and development programs organisation wide. Your responsibilities will include Develop and deliver programs identified for employees Review, develop and coordinate continuous improvement programs for targeted skills and competency training solutions Engaging with internal and external subject matter experts to collect and maintain core information and systems to manage and continually improve service provision. Facilitate training programs to as required, manage organisation-wide training calendar including mandatory Lead and coordinate organisational training needs and competency assessment with associated reporting or escalation Manage required projects within timeframes, monitor workflow with related transactional and operational functions Deliver monthly reporting to department leads About You You work collaboratively with key stakeholders, applying excellent interpersonal and communication skills. A team player, you are objective and results-driven with a dynamic and proactive approach. To be considered for this position, you will demonstrate the following attributes Degree qualified in Human Resources with experience working in Learning and DevelopmentHR or related teaching background. Experience collaborating with training providers to develop content Experience delivering effective learning and development programs Excellent facilitation and presentation skills Great engagement skills To Apply To apply please review our recruitment process and values at www.possability.com.au For more information email us at peopleculturevicpossability.com.au or contact us on 1300-067-067 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? Whats your highest level of education?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Part Time HR/Payroll Coordinator

    Barry Beckett Childrens Centre is a Not for Profit community based childrens centre located in Coburg. Barry Beckett Childrens Centre (BBCC) was established by a Councillor more than 30 years ago who championed the rights of refugees and local families, creating an important social service for the Coburg community. Families are a vital part of BBCC, in addition to their parenting roles they provide governance and guidance on our Committee of Management. Due to continued growth in our business, an opportunity has become available to join our team. As the HRPayroll Coordinator, you will play a vital role in supporting the business in various aspects, providing general support and guidance across a number of functions including employee relations, recruitment and aspects of payroll, along with HR consultation, education and motivation, whilst contributing to the strategic direction of this function. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Human Resources Administration of employment contracts and documentation Coordinate, administer and support the recruitment process of the business including shortlisting and pre-screening candidates, scheduling interviews, conducting interviews and conducting reference checks where appropriate Coordinate the on boarding and off boarding process for all employees Creation, administration and maintenance (electronic and hard copy) of personnel files Facilitate probation tracking, employee reviews, remuneration reviews and reporting Prepare regular HR and recruitment reporting for management Create, review and maintain policies, job descriptions and training plans Ensure legislative compliance Payroll Collate, enter and review timesheets for all employees, including calculating overtime, public holidays and leave Manage and resolve payroll queries Ensure legislative compliance SKILLS ATTRIBUTES Proven experience in a HR administrativecoordination role Relevant HR qualifications Current working knowledge of relevant employment legislation Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation Exceptional administration and organisational skills High level attention to detail Strong time management skills Proficient computer skills including Outlook, Word and Excel Able to follow instructions and be resourceful Positive attitude and a strong team player Ability to ensure privacy, confidentiality and sensitivity in dealing with staff, management and sensitive information Current Working with Children Check for paid employment Police Check Knowledge of the Not for Profit sector and Governance of Committees of Management would be advantageous Applications close Friday 22nd March For further information contact Centre Director Colleen Koch P (03) 9354 6712 M 0407 519 807 E officebarrybeckett.org.au 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)? How many years of payroll experience do you have?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Director, People and Culture

    Director, People and Culture Dynamic, energetic flexible work environment Modern office in Melbournes CBD EO3, Full-time, fixed term contract 182,070 - 236,068 per annum, plus a 9.5 employer superannuation contribution About you, youre Proactive Empathetic Decisive Resilient and courageous Act fairly and with integrity Comfortable with ambiguity About your new role As a result of the Victorian Ombudsmans future development plans, the opportunity now exists for an experienced leader to take responsibility for the strategic framework that grows the organisational value under the changes that arise from the Integrity and Accountability Legislation Amendments (Public Interest Disclosures, Oversight and Independence) Bill 2018. Reporting to and working closely with the Chief Operating Officer, Director, People and Culture will lead the people and capability development of the organisational transition and all facets of the People and Culture value chain. Director, People and Culture will be responsible for cultural maintenance and development, change management, championing of employee engagement, development and experience. They will also oversee all operational aspects of Human Resources, Workplace Health, Safety Environment fundamentals through to strategic leadership and organisational alignment. Capabilities that lead to success in this role Strategic HR leadership Innovative thinking on people and workforce strategies Accountability Exceptional stakeholder engagement and relationship building Modelling and championing organisational s values How to apply Applications need to be submitted online via the ˜Apply Now button. To be considered for this role, you must include a 1 page Cover Letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description a Resume, no longer than 5 typed pages (in Word format) Applications close midnight, Thursday 21 March 2019. Want to find out more about us and what we do? Please visit www.ombudsman.vic.gov.au VO is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing an inclusive, accessible and safe work environment. We want to ensure all applicants and employees with disability are treated respectfully and equitably in all stages of the recruitment process. We encourage job applications from people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, LGBTQI and Indigenous cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. VO is committed to supporting our employees balance their work and life commitments. All requests for flexible working arrangements will be considered in line with operational requirements. The types of flexibility may differ from role to role. Employment at the Victorian Ombudsman is subject to the successful completion of the following Criminal Record check Working with Children check Statutory Declaration Confidentiality Agreement Conflict of Interest check Probationary period If you require a copy of this advertisement or any attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirement or adjustment to the recruitment process, then please contact the People and Development team on (03) 9613 6181 or email peopleombudsman.vic.gov.au.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Account Manager - Trades - VIC

    Account Manager - Trades - VIC Concept Engineering has been a prominent supplier in trade recruitment and labour hire services since its establishment in 1977. Concept has earned a reputation for service delivery with representatives that know and understand various industries, the skills required and the labour market to meet unique workforce requirements. In 2014, Concept Engineering was targeted and acquired by the publicly listed Ashley Services Group to join their expanding group. Concept is now part of a large group of companies including Action Workforce and Blackadder Recruitment. Due to continued growth and internal promotions, we are looking for an experienced Account Manager to join our high performing Laverton North team. The Role Account Management of New and Existing clients - be the face of the company Site VisitsCheck InsRelationship Management Phone screening, interviewing and reference checking applicants that apply for work Dealing with clientcandidate enquiries Sales Lead Generation Administration duties The Candidate Previous recruitment experienced in Trades or industrial is highly desirable but not essential Must be able to work quickly, handle pressure whilst maintaining strong attention to detail Ability to engage build strong relationships with clients candidates from all walks of life High level attention to detail University graduates (Business HR) are encouraged to apply The successful candidate will be joining a well established, hard working team who will offer ongoing support and share over 30 years combined experience in the industry. You will be part of team incentives, dinners and events to celebrate our successes. If you believe you have the skills and attributes required and would like to be part of a strong and energetic team, please APPLY NOW ashleyservicesgroup.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Resourcing Coordinator

    Resourcing Coordinator About Inject Inject partners with ambitious companies looking to build a high performing team. We provide talent acquisition advice and solutions that link directly to the bottom line and strategic direction of the businesses we choose to partner with. Our scientifically proven and highly rigorous process allows us to behave and perform against the grain of a traditional recruitment agency. We are obsessed around human behaviour and have crafted unique methods that assesses candidates for the right attitude, aptitude and suitability for the role fairly and objectively. We do not and will not, tick boxes that don™t make sense and we do not sell candidates to our partners “ we educate on suitability, strengths and potential areas for development needless to say we do not have sales targets and are not motivated to make a placement Why work at Inject At Inject we think and act differently (thats what our customers say anyway). We are not about matching a job description to a resume nor are we about grooming a candidate so they will œpass the interview. We are about two things “ creating a high performing culture for our clients and reallocating the best talent to the most appropriate role within a company that they will flourish within. How we do it does in fact involve many of your known and loved methods. The difference is when, why and how we do those things and in combination with other value adds. This is your chance to become a highly respected Talent Acquisition professional and work with a business on the rise. About you Perhaps you are currently studying in your final year of either psychology or human resources or have recently graduated and looking to start developing your practical experience for a short term period. You have developed a healthy respect for emotional intelligence and believe yours has developed quite nicely (if you don™t mind saying so). You are passionate about delivering value to businesses and you are not afraid to question things when they arent doing so. What stands out as a real strength for you is your ability to read human behaviour and asking questions that others never thought of, enabling people to open up to you quicker than most. You also find yourself digging deeper and deeper into conversations until you are satisfied you understand your audience completely. You have performed well academically, yet you also have very good people skills. You are highly motivated, but you are also grounded in terms of understanding that you need a lot more experience. You are not afraid to get your hands dirty and do what is required to help the business - this is really important. The final piece to the puzzle that are you definitely not risk averse and are willing to give things a go if you feel there exists great learning andor long-term benefit. About the role This short term position will see you add swift and valuable support to the wider team through Developing compelling advertisements that speak directly to your required audience Reviewing and shortlisting applications Scheduling both internal and external phone and face to face interviews Conducting reference checks Providing constructive, fair and objective successful and unsuccessful feedback to candidates Provide insight reports relating to talent acquisition activity You will also contribute ideas and initiatives that will add increased value to clients. What Were Looking For Whilst there is plenty of training, coaching, development and support there are a couple of things that we are hoping you will bring to our team Previous studies in psychology or human resources is fabulous Well developed and engaging communication skills Excellent influencing skills Awesome attitude High level computer literacy skills Immaculate attention to detail What Next If this sounds like the opportunity that you have been looking for, then we want to hear from you Please submit your application by providing your resume, along with a cover letter specifically addressing the selection criteria and what appeals to you about this rare opportunity. Respectfully, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 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? Do you have experience in an administration role? How many hours are you available to work per week? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Sales Consultant - Manufacturing

    Sales Consultant - Manufacturing Team and individual awards and incentives UK listed global company with 153 offices in 35 countries Fantastic opportunity for a recruitment sales consultant to be part of a growing team and capitalise on a vibrant manufacturing sector in Melbournes South East. Join a business that recognises and rewards strong performance. Client Details Page Executive, Michael Page and Page Personnel make up the recruitment powerhouse PageGroup. Our global network of employees work together to achieve our business objectives, while staying true to the PageGroup values - take pride, be passionate, never give up, work as a team and make it fun. Description Our Sales Consultant position offers a varied, stimulating and challenging career which will further develop interpersonal and commercial skills, giving you real responsibility for your personal and professional growth. Your day-to-day duties will include Build mutually beneficial relationships with clients and candidates and work as part of a passionate team to maximise PageGroups commercial performance Sourcing and interviewing candidates, negotiating salary packages and presenting suitable candidates to clients Manage the recruitment process from interview to offer stage and beyond Assess and respond to the needs of each client or assignment and ensure timely delivery Profile Do you see yourself as a future leader? Do you have the drive to succeed in a challenging, yet rewarding environment? If so, this role could be for you. We are looking for individuals with An engaging personality and Never Give Up attitude Ideally 12 months work experience in a corporate environment Ability to manage time effectively and work in a fast-paced environment Proven leadership qualities whether this is from work experience, a sporting background or extra-curricular activities in schooluniversity An openness to global secondmentsre-locations Job Offer We provide an extensive training program tailored to those with or without recruitment experience along with a culture that supports and incentivises success, personal growth and careers both locally and globally. We are constantly evolving internally to provide a working environment that is flexible for all employees Market leading salary Long-term career growth and detailed personal, highly individualised development plans Annual volunteering day and various giving back initiatives throughout the year Industry leading maternity packages Monthly and quarterly team events, annual awards night, individual incentives which include vouchers and experiences and more. Annual High Flyers trips to locations such as Dubai, Hong Kong, Bali and Hawaii To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Sidharth Ravi on 03 8640 3134.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Advisor

    Human Resources Advisor An amazing permanent opportunity has presented for an experienced Human Resources Professional to join our client who is based on St Kilda Road. Our client is a growing rapidly, private equity owned business working across Australia and New Zealand within the Financial Services Sector. This role is responsible for managing a wide range of HR generalist activities including providing HR advice, guidance and support across a multisite client group. The culture is energetic, corporate and collaborative, and the HR teams are incredibly supportive and agile (and endorse internal career progression too) Working closely with your own client groups, you will be partnering with them to deliver generalist HR support with an opportunity to work across a number of key projects. This role would suit someone with with strong generalist HR knowledge and strength in Employee Relations. You would enjoy this environment if you are naturally energetic and collaborative, and enjoy a highly visible HR remit. Key areas of responsibility include Effective business partnering with executive level stakeholders Managing a multisite client group Employee Relations Talent management succession planning Project management Change management Opportunity to develop other HR resources Working collaboratively with broader HR function You will be highly visible and provide proactive leadership and coaching to your client group. To be successful in these opportunities you will require a high level of energy and drive. You will be capable of leveraging support from senior stakeholders and have a pragmatic approach to achieving organisational goals. Degree qualified in Business andor Human Resources, your experience will have been gained in a similar Human Resources role. Please apply online, or contact Andrew Paatsch for a confidential conversation on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number 14M0377296. 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 Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Safety Advisor

    Safety Advisor Implement a New SMS Respected Global Company Established Growing Market Leader About us At Scania we don™t just sell trucks. We provide total transport solutions through the highest quality vehicles and services. In 2018 we launched the New Truck Generation providing the safest and most fuel efficient trucks in Australia. We™ve won the independent BIGtruck 1000 point test for the second consecutive year. Reporting to the National Health Safety Manager, this role is responsible for implementing and maintaining a new company OHSE Safety Management System (SMS) in line with State and National Safety and Environmental Legislative requirements, providing hands on assistance to the business, implementation of safety systems to compliment the SMS, providing specialist technical support and promoting and supporting a œsafety first culture within the business. The role Assist in the development and implementation Scania Australia™s SMS. Conduct risk assessments to support the business and all employees in OHSE related matters. Conduct audits to assess compliance against Scania Australia™s SMS and implement corrective actions where system gaps are identified. Implement key strategies with the objective of minimising workplace injuries, incidents and environmental harm, identifying opportunities for continuous improvement. Monitor quality of incident investigations, root cause analysis, appropriate and effective corrective actions and monitor close out activities. Support safety committees, monitoring their effectiveness in addressing local OHSE issues and awareness of the company™s OHSE SMS. Manage and prioritize Scania Australia™s risk profile plan to ensure resources are directed according to level of risk. Lead, develop and provide hands on support to the business (Risk Assessment, Safe Operating Procedures etc.). Develop and implement OSHE training programs for the business. Assist business units with their Emergency Management Plans and facilitate trials to measure effectiveness of each site™s plan About you Tertiary qualification in Occupational Health and Safety or a related discipline. Minimum of 3 years safety experience. Experience in coaching and driving safety performance. Experience in the development and facilitation of hazard management programs relating to all aspects of OHSE hazards and risks. Development and delivery of safety training packages. Development of safety management systems, policies and procedures Coordination and implementation of safety audit and inspection programs Previous experience in automotive or related industry. Negotiation and influencing skills Exceptional communication skills both written and verbal We offer Professional development, business exposure and training within a growing global business The opportunity to work with a premium European company A mature, stable business environment. To apply Please click on the apply button to submit and upload your application. For further information, please contact Duncan on (03) 8595 3301.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    HR Administrator Your new organisation At Merri Health, we strive to enrich diverse communities through the provision of quality health care and support services. A career at Merri will see you contributing to a culture that affects change for our clients and the wider community. We are committed to supporting the talent and skills of our employees because we know their capability is the key to our success. Your new role Does the thought of working in a high volume, autonomous, process driven and dynamic workplace where every day can present the same or a new challenge excite you? A great opportunity has become available for a motivated self-starter to take on the role of HR Administrator supporting our HR Team and wider business. Reporting to the HR Manager, this role serves as the primary support for handling day to day HR administration and assisting with generalist HR enquiries. As a part of the Human Resources Team at Merri Health, you will be responsible for Preparing and processing HR documentation including creating and formatting employment contracts, contract variations, position descriptions and extensions etc. Updating and maintaining databases Support hiring managers throughout the recruitment and selection cycle Coordinate the Orientation Breakfast and other training events including managing the annual organisational training calendar Generating monthly HR reports and audits Coordinating the student placements program across the organisation Providing the first line of support for HR enquiries within the organisation and administrative assistance to the HR Unit Based at our Merri Central site located in Coburg, this is a full time position offered on an ongoing basis. To be considered for this position, applicants must have the right to work in Australia. What you™ll need to succeed To be successful with Merri you will go above and beyond to achieve great results for our clients, the organisation and yourself. We™re looking for individuals with A mature approach, discretion and sound judgment Previous experience in human resourcesadministration An ability to plan, prioritise and manage time effectively Strong eye for detail Effective interpersonal (written and verbal) communication skills The ideal candidate will be looking for a challenging role to enhance your existing HR experience or explore your generalist HR passion further and would like to work for a leading community health service provider. What we offer You will gain exposure to and experience in all-round marketing and communications, with the opportunity to explore design, photography, videography, digital and writing. You will get the opportunity to work with a team that values creativity and forward thinking, as well as working for a leading non-for-profit community health provider that values diversity and inclusive practice. We offer a diverse, inclusive and flexible environment which encourages you to bring your whole self to work. As the successful applicant you™ll be joining an organisation where you will be supported to grow, learn and develop your skills to reach your potential. What you need to do now Start by reviewing the attached position description. If this peaks your interest, take a few minutes to learn more about us on our website. If you have any questions, please contact Amie Reed, HR Manager on (03) 8319 7441 or Amie.Reedmerrihealth.org.au When you™re ready to apply, please email your CV and covering letter to jobsmerrihealth.org.au. Applications close 17th March 2019. Please note that due to the volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates may be contacted. What else do I need to know For further information please visit us at www.merrihealth.org.au Successful applicants will be required to have a current National Police Check and, if relevant to the position, a Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme check, Working With Children Check and full Drivers License. All candidates must have the right to work in Australia. Please note that due to the volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates may be contacted. Merri Health is an equal opportunity employer and committed to ensuring a safe environment for children and young people. We encourage individuals of diverse backgrounds including but not limited to those from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and GLBTIQ community to apply.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • People & Culture Coordinator

    People Culture Coordinator About Us Diversified Communications Australia is an award-winning exhibitions company that connects businesses to engage with customers at our events. We pride ourselves on offering visitors unique experiences, whilst generating quality sales leads and a great return on investment for exhibitors. The Role Reporting into the People Culture Manager, this varied role assists with the day-to-day coordination and administration of the People Culture function. Providing a best practice People Culture services, our team supports the business in all aspects of people management. Key Responsibilities Providing a high level of both proactive and reactive HR support by being the first point of call for general HR queries, contract and policy queries and administering HR processes Coordinating the recruitment activities for the business including drafting and posting of job adverts, screening candidates, coordinating interviews and offer management Preparing employment documents such as contracts and letters Coordinating of the on-boarding and induction process Coordinating of PC annual processes such as performance appraisal processes Working with the PC Manager to develop and implement new initiatives across the business Providing project support to the PC Manager You™ll be a proactive individual who is happy to roll up your sleeves to ensure the administration and compliance side of our HR function is under control. While focusing on the operational aspects of the PC Function, this role also has the ability to influence and further develop the culture of the business. This role is a true HR generalist role, working directly with the PC Manager and offering endless potential for growth and development. To ensure your success in this role you will have Relevant qualification(s) and at least 1 years™ experience in a HR role (administration or other) Sound knowledge of relevant employment legislation (FairWork Act, EEO etc.) Ability to effectively juggle HR strategy with a pragmatic ˜hands on™ approach and work collaboratively Passion and strong motivation to positively impact a business through the people and culture function Confidence to bring new ideas to the table Strong initiative to stay up-to-date with research and the best practice processes of the wider work force Advanced skills and knowledge of MS Office (Outlook, Internet, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) A positive attitude with the ability to enjoy work and have a laugh Why work for us? We will give you the tools you need to succeed and provide you with training and support to get you up to speed quickly. We will give you every opportunity to reach your full potential and enjoy a successful career. Were a dynamic, vibrant and fun working environment. We work hard but dont take ourselves too seriously. Expect your colleagues to be similarly driven individuals who will support you every step of the way. If this sounds like you and you want to be the newest member of our team then send us your CV and dont forget to include a cover letter which highlights the reasons why we should hire you 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)? How many years of in house recruitment experience do you have? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations? How many years experience do you have as a human resources administrator?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • National WHS Manager

    Seaway is looking for a National WHS Manager to lead the delivery, implementation and management of all WHS strategies and initiatives across our business on a national basis. This role will suit a highly capable and assertive individual with appropriate qualifications, strong WHS knowledge and experience and a good understanding of the Supply Chain or related industry. The Role Reporting to the Executive General Manager “ HR this role will work closely with all stakeholders to continue to develop Seaway™s WHS strategies in line with our current legislation to build a strong Safety Culture. The role will take ownership of the WHS strategies on a national basis and ensure compliance and consistency across each of our sites. Basic responsibilities of this role will include Develop, implement and drive WHS initiatives Responsibility for WHS risk management and mitigation Educate the business on WHS legislation and best practice Identify staff training needs and conduct training as appropriate Audits and audit reporting Chain of Responsibility strategies and training Investigations as required and accurate, thorough record keeping Retain relevant accreditations Regular reporting Experience and Knowledge 5+ years in a similar position Experience in managing the WHS needs of a national business with multiple sites A strong understanding of federal and state legislation Strong leadership skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Qualifications Relevant tertiary qualifications essential. Who Are We? The Seaway Group of Companies is an Australian owned Shipping Agency Logistics Company with 300 staff in offices across Australia, New Zealand and China. We specialise in all areas of supply chain management including Sea Freight, Air Freight, RoadRail Transport, DryCold Warehousing and all forms of cargo. In addition, we are agents for first class principals Höegh Autoliners, TS Lines and Marfret. Seaway is a progressive business with a friendly, energetic team and culture. We are focused on providing pathways for success through active management and we pride ourselves on being a welcoming, supportive and professional organisation. How to Apply All applications must include a resume and cover letter and can be sent to jobsseaway.com.au. Applicants that we select to interview will be contacted within 2 weeks of receiving an application. Please note as part of the recruitment process, the successful candidate will be required to participate in a police check. Please, no agencies. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Which of the following Work Health Safety qualifications have you obtained? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of OHSWHS? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Human Resources Opportunities

    Prioritising People Human Resources Local Government With the launch of Public Sector People (PSP) through Design Build Recruitment, we have entered a new exciting chapter and want to help you find yours. We have a pure focus on prioritising people and as an approved public sector recruitment partner we are ideally placed to assist you in your search for your next temporary opportunity. Within Local Government we are seeing that there is a need for temporary staff within the following job categories HR Advisor Band 6 HR Business Partners HR Officers (2 years +) Focusing on Human Resources within Local Governments, I am looking to speak to HR Professional who have previous Public Sector experience and a genuine interest in securing their next temporary assignment. For a confidential discussion regarding potential opportunities within HR or other Professional Services roles within Local Government and the wider Public Sector, please contact Bryony Reid on (03) 8535 3111 Alternatively email your resume across to bryonypublicsectorpeople.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Associate Director/Recruitment or Talent & Culture Manager

    ABOUT THOUGHT COLLABORATIVE Were a boutique Human-Centred Design Recruitment firm. Our vision is to activate businesses to solve their most ambitious challenges through design and collaboration. Our purpose is to use some of our profits and craft for social impact. SUMMARY You™ll join a company that values your contribution, engages you in the design and planning of our strategy and runs a transparent balance sheet. We want to invest in the growth of our recruitmenttalent acquisition services by hiring a passionate and experienced recruiter that can both source their own clientscandidates and help promote the events that we have planned for this year and beyond. WHY THOUGHT COLLABORATIVE? We run a purpose-led company Our purpose is to empower people with business skills so that they can transform themselves and their communities. We do this both with our charity partners and our staff. Today, we teach business skills and create materials for our charities abroad as well as making a donation out of our a percentage of profits. As this is the reason for being we don™t compromise on putting people over profits and doing right by our clients. We run an open-book business We believe that by sharing with you our books it will activate your higher-order thinking to help us navigate business decisions and succeed. This means well actively seek your input into the design of the company™s strategy and execution. We also believe that if you have helped us build this business you should be rewarded accordingly. We are human-centred This just means we put people at the centre of what we do. This applies to our consulting projects, but also to the way we collaborate with our staff. WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR? We are after a recruiter with an entrepreneurial spirit with over 5 years of experience. You™ll have a proven track record of Generating your own leads for roles to fill Establishing partnerships Sourcing both passive and active candidates Sourcing digital creatives (UX, CX, SD, UIUX, UX writers and more) Attending industry events to build long-lasting relationships Help promote company events Excellent written and verbal communication skills MORE ON THOUGHT COLLABORATIVE We are a human-centred design firm We give our clients the power to ideate, create, and deliver products and services that serve customers to achieve their goals. We solve challenges that range from visual designs all the way to an abstract thought or idea. We solve these through facilitated collaboration. That is why we call ourselves Thought Collaborative. We offer 5 services Help design teams grow Design business strategy Design, experiment and refine products and services Measure the success of products or services Train staff to build the design capability of our clients Why our clients use us? We drive change and deliver results, we Partner to create a journey for stakeholders We take the time to understand priorities and plan accordingly Create substantiated design decisions that transfer knowledge downstream We use our craft for social impact We empower parents in developing nations with business principles so that they can create their own economic opportunities and transform their communities. In other words, we user our customer-centred design skills to help communities design chicken coops, market stalls, schools and more. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years of agency recruitment experience do you have? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have experience in a sales role?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • NDIS Operations Consultant

    NDIS Operations Consultant Healthcare Australia ˜HCA™ is a national specialist healthcare staffing and direct care service provider that has a strong value set that believes in ethical business practice in providing effective support staff to NDIS participants. We are a large and diverse healthcare business with strong presence in traditional staffing of nursing, community and allied sectors, but with a footprint in more diverse areas of healthcare such as corporate health, defence, and education. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the incoming way of providing support for Australians with disability, their families and carers. The NDIS will provide about 460,000 Australians under the age of 65 with a permanent and significant disability with the reasonable and necessary supports they need to live a fuller life. Our goal is to build a robust and sustainable range of NDIS 11 service direct to customers which will then provide them with the ability to achieve their goals including living in their own home. The role With such a massive influx of participants, and the associated need for support workers, we are currently looking to strengthen our team in Melbourne. The primary focus of an NDIS Consultant is to ensure our participants receive effective support through the provision of compliant staff and superior customer service. Responsibilities Build and maintain a viable and stable customer base in your designated region Adopt successful recruitment practices and strategies to provide quality staff to match customer needs Ensure our customers are provided with effective daily living community access supports by sourcing and rostering suitable disability support workers Ensure customers are supported in a smooth and timely manner and within the financial boundaries of their NDIS plan The rewards Working for us will put you in a strategic position with your career, with opportunities for growth and development along with financial and non-financial benefits. Healthcare Australia will continue to grow at exponential levels over the next few years and offers significant career advancement opportunities for the successful applicant If you are looking to join a market leader in the ever-growing healthcare industry and contributing towards delivering the highest level of NDIS services in Australia, then HCA is for you. We are a people-centric business with our core values being the heart and soul of all that we do. Is this you? Driven, passionate and dedicated to delivering effective supports to with people with disability Emotionally intelligent and an ability to emphasise with customers and respond to their ever-changing needs. Ability to calmly perform in high pressure situations Determined to perform, exceed targets and execute commercial concepts. Excellent communication and customer service skills. If the answer to all the above is ˜yes™ then apply today for the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of people with disability. 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? Do you have experience working towards targets and KPIs? How many years of agency recruitment experience do you have?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Coordinator

    HR Coordinator We are currently looking for a committed HR Coordinator for a diverse and interesting role. This role will encompass administration, customer service, project support and enquiry management. Reporting to the Senior HR Business Partner this role works across a broad range of stakeholders from Academic to professional staff to deliver an exceptional, responsive HR coordination service. The main responsibilities of the HR Coordinator include Deliver a high level of proactive and reactive HR support and advice to leaders and staff by answering general HR enquires, administering HR processes, contract, and policy queries. Provide efficient general HR administration and Project coordination support Update and supporting to create HR documentation such as position descriptions, policies and procedures Support the SHRBP and business stakeholders with all aspects of the employee lifecycle from workforce planning, recruitment, changes, development, promotion to staff exits Assist in the management of formal complaints, grievances, and investigations processes including minute taking and compiling investigation reports Act on and in some cases generate reports including HR metrics, significant dates, compliance checks and external regulatory reporting Support and lead HR communications to stakeholders and HRBP client groups Identify and implement new ways of working and new HRBPCoordinator initiatives that lead to an improved service and overall improved Employee experience Literally no two days will be the same in this role. This is an opportunity to use your solid administration experience and to join a fun, fast paced team in a company that is experience exceptional growth. It is a time to great come on board while we are about to œtech up our company and HR team, significantly improve our service to the business and the overall employee experience. Skills and experience We are seeking someone with the following skills, qualifications and experience Strong administration and coordination skills Ability to manage workflows from various team members and multiple priorities Strong verbal and written communication skills, at all organisational levels Great initiative, and ability to understand how the small pieces fit into the bigger picture Preferably undertaking or have obtained a tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related qualification A strong team ethic, including, the willingness to acknowledge own limitations in knowledge and draw on others experience in determining best approaches to issues etc. Strong attention to detail Ability to exercise confidentiality, discretion, integrity, tact and diplomacy in dealing with staff issues Proactive can-do attitude with a high level of initiative Ability to build effective relationships Ability to interpret and advise on contract, policy, procedure and legislation Must have full working rights for Australia. Visa sponsorship not available. About Laureate Australia Our Mission - Expanding access to quality higher education to make the world a better place Laureate Australia is part of a global network of passionate educators with students and education institutions around the world. Laureate Australia consists of Torrens University Australia (TUA) and Think Colleges (TC) and we live by the motto Here For Good. Our ambition is to revolutionise the world of education, increase student employability and make a positive impact. We believe in the power of education to transform lives, and we put our people and students at the heart of everything we do. Benefits Include · Tuition reduction benefit on courses offered at TUA and TC · Complimentary tea, coffee, cereal, toast and fruit in offices · Discounts to Private Health Insurance and Health and Beauty treatments Join the Laureate Team by clicking œAPPLY now Closing Date 11032019 Laureate Australia reserves the right to remove the advert prior to the closing date listed. Applications will be reviewed as submitted so apply now To know more about future opportunities sign up for job alerts at jobs.laureate.net or follow us on LinkedIn. Please note Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. All applicants require current and valid working rights for Australia.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Recruitment Operations Lead

    Recruitment Operations Lead About the role We are currently seeking an experienced Recruitment Operations Lead to oversee our friendly and supportive team. This is a Full time position with a competitive salary and the opportunity of a company car. Your duties will include Management of our recruitment team Operations team Manage the recruitment process, job advertising, procuring and screening candidates. You will be reporting directly to the CEO Working alongside our sales team About you The ideal candidate for the role will have the following Experience in the labour hire industry Strong background in Engineering and trades Prior management experience is a bonus High level of computer literacy, confident with the use of Microsoft Office Experience using Bullhorn or other CRM systems is advantageous Attention to detail and accuracy Time management skills and the ability to prioritise tasks Excellent communication skills Ability to work well in a team as well as individually About us At AIO our core capabilities are Engineering, Contracting, Labour Hire and Welding inspection Services. AIO Contracting and Labour Hire employs industry experts who quickly integrate with our clients, work teams and environments to apply their skills, our job is to ensure clients and employees are matched correctly to provide quality workforce solutions to a broad cross section of Blue Chip, clients has resulted in AIO building an enviable reputation as the experts in the field.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Recruitment Operations Lead

    Recruitment Operations Lead About the role We are currently seeking an experienced Recruitment Operations Lead to oversee our friendly and supportive team. This is a Full time position with a competitive salary and the opportunity of a company car. Your duties will include Management of our recruitment team Operations team Manage the recruitment process, job advertising, procuring and screening candidates. You will be reporting directly to the CEO Working alongside our sales team About you The ideal candidate for the role will have the following Experience in the labour hire industry Strong background in Engineering and trades Prior management experience is a bonus High level of computer literacy, confident with the use of Microsoft Office Experience using Bullhorn or other CRM systems is advantageous Attention to detail and accuracy Time management skills and the ability to prioritise tasks Excellent communication skills Ability to work well in a team as well as individually About us At AIO our core capabilities are Engineering, Contracting, Labour Hire and Welding inspection Services. AIO Contracting and Labour Hire employs industry experts who quickly integrate with our clients, work teams and environments to apply their skills, our job is to ensure clients and employees are matched correctly to provide quality workforce solutions to a broad cross section of Blue Chip, clients has resulted in AIO building an enviable reputation as the experts in the field.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Work as an onsite Recruiter for RPO client, Zinfra - Melbourne, 6m FTC

    About Us Korn Ferry global organisational consultancy business with expertise across Recruitment Process Outsource (RPO), Professional and Executive search, Advisory and Products. Our RPO business acts as the in-house recruitment team for our clients, providing seamless end to end recruitment solutions. Our team are the driving force behind finding great talent for some of Australasia™s most well-known business™s “ beyond Zinfra, this includes Jetstar, PayPal and Nike. Think strategic, value add recruitment without the business development About the role In this role, you will be employed by Korn Ferry, a global leader in high-impact recruitment solutions, while also working on-site and alongside our high-profile client, Zinfra - one of Australia™s leading engineering, construction and maintenance service providers. Managing a volume portfolio, you will be consultative in your approach and provide expert recruitment advice to our client managers. You™re not going it alone, you™ll collaborate with your sourcing specialist colleagues to identify and screen top talent before presenting these candidates to the business. Our Zinfra RPO team are close, high-performing, and encourage innovation. This role is therefore a fantastic opportunity for you to step into a Business Partner capacity and raise your personal brand both with Zinfra and the wider Korn Ferry business. About you The successful candidate will have a demonstrated background in sourcing and recruitment strong capability in managing stakeholders, taking initiative and lateral thinking volume and blue-collar recruitment experience the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, while maintaining an organised process ideally construction or engineering recruitment experience and the ability to lead, engage and influence. Apply While well-established, Zinfra continues to grow and is developing into exciting and innovative areas of the engineering and construction industry “ it™s an exciting time to come onboard If you want a client facing role working with two leading brands to work with a high-performing team that encourages innovation and be a part of the delivery of a world-class recruitment solution, then we want to hear from you

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Manager, People and Culture

    Senior Manager, People and Culture Strategic People-focused Leadership Role High Profile Community Organisation Exciting Opportunity to Build This is an exciting time to join renowned community organisation that works across Australia to prevent and alleviate poverty,. You will have a clear mandate to build upon their established People and Culture practice with a focus on its biggest asset, its People. Quality service delivery, developing a solutions and outcomes focus will be the mantra of this committed team under your leadership, across the HR, Payroll, Health, Safety Environment and LD function. This is a unique opportunity to build a shared service that will support an organisation and its 1000+ employees, experiencing exponential growth and significant change as it shifts to a genuine client service focused model to meet the needs of this high profile multi-functional community services leader. As Senior Manager, People and Culture, you will lead an established PC team and as such will be ultimately responsible for both the strategic direction and day-to-day operational management. There is a great opportunity to build and innovate as the entire organisation strives towards best practice. As an outcomes focused professional with a genuine commitment to developing, supporting and encouraging your team, your ability to encourage, mentor, support and motivate people is critical as you build a culture of accountability and ownership. Reporting to the Director-Shared Services, with six direct reports, through your stewardship, you will take the lead in the following high level key result areas Safety of the workforce Development of a high performing workforce Development of the People and Culture function Development of an organisational culture that emphasizes quality, continual improvement high performance As such your remit will cover Strategic direction of People Culture Development the People Culture function People Culture Information Systems Learning Development Recruitment Retention Employee Relations Remuneration and Benefits Organisational Development It is essential for this hands-on role that you have a deep understanding of, and significant exposure to, both the strategic and operational HR function, with experience of leading an engaged HR team across all aspects of the greater HR function including ER IR. As an accomplished HR professional engagement and people management is key to the success of this role and therefore exceptional stakeholder management skills are essential, with the ability to influence, build rapport, trust and effectively work collaboratively, in partnership up and down the organisation as well as the ability to effectively engage, lead and motivate your own team in a change environment. As a strategic thinker you have proven experience in strategy development, delivery and execution thereof with the ability to resolve high level analytical problems, be innovative and solutions focused, all-the-while working collaboratively and constructively with all stakeholders is essential to the success of this position. You are tech-savvy, outcomes focused and share the values of this highly effective community organisation. Innovation, your courage to challenge the status quo and your ability to engage with, and work collaboratively with your team and the greater organisation will be highly prized. We are looking for a genuine people focused HR leader. Appropriate tertiary qualifications are preferred Salary is commensurate with experience and includes above average superannuation, a car allowance and salary packaging. The successful applicant will have to complete a satisfactory criminal history and Working with Children Check To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Susie Rogers on any of the below contact details Susie Rogers +61 3 9682 7044 susierusherrogers.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Manager, People and Culture

    Senior Manager, People and Culture Strategic People-focused Leadership Role High Profile Community Organisation Exciting Opportunity to Build This is an exciting time to join renowned community organisation that works across Australia to prevent and alleviate poverty,. You will have a clear mandate to build upon their established People and Culture practice with a focus on its biggest asset, its People. Quality service delivery, developing a solutions and outcomes focus will be the mantra of this committed team under your leadership, across the HR, Payroll, Health, Safety Environment and LD function. This is a unique opportunity to build a shared service that will support an organisation and its 1000+ employees, experiencing exponential growth and significant change as it shifts to a genuine client service focused model to meet the needs of this high profile multi-functional community services leader. As Senior Manager, People and Culture, you will lead an established PC team and as such will be ultimately responsible for both the strategic direction and day-to-day operational management. There is a great opportunity to build and innovate as the entire organisation strives towards best practice. As an outcomes focused professional with a genuine commitment to developing, supporting and encouraging your team, your ability to encourage, mentor, support and motivate people is critical as you build a culture of accountability and ownership. Reporting to the Director-Shared Services, with six direct reports, through your stewardship, you will take the lead in the following high level key result areas Safety of the workforce Development of a high performing workforce Development of the People and Culture function Development of an organisational culture that emphasizes quality, continual improvement high performance As such your remit will cover Strategic direction of People Culture Development the People Culture function People Culture Information Systems Learning Development Recruitment Retention Employee Relations Remuneration and Benefits Organisational Development It is essential for this hands-on role that you have a deep understanding of, and significant exposure to, both the strategic and operational HR function, with experience of leading an engaged HR team across all aspects of the greater HR function including ER IR. As an accomplished HR professional engagement and people management is key to the success of this role and therefore exceptional stakeholder management skills are essential, with the ability to influence, build rapport, trust and effectively work collaboratively, in partnership up and down the organisation as well as the ability to effectively engage, lead and motivate your own team in a change environment. As a strategic thinker you have proven experience in strategy development, delivery and execution thereof with the ability to resolve high level analytical problems, be innovative and solutions focused, all-the-while working collaboratively and constructively with all stakeholders is essential to the success of this position. You are tech-savvy, outcomes focused and share the values of this highly effective community organisation. Innovation, your courage to challenge the status quo and your ability to engage with, and work collaboratively with your team and the greater organisation will be highly prized. We are looking for a genuine people focused HR leader. Appropriate tertiary qualifications are preferred Salary is commensurate with experience and includes above average superannuation, a car allowance and salary packaging. The successful applicant will have to complete a satisfactory criminal history and Working with Children Check To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Susie Rogers on any of the below contact details Susie Rogers +61 3 9682 7044 susierusherrogers.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Learning Business Partner-Insurance

    Learning Business Partner-Insurance About Us Guild Group specialises in providing insurance, superannuation, and professional services to specialised industry sectors. We pride ourselves on ensuring that our customers have the best possible insurance and legal advice that will support them during their time of need and can build a financial foundation for life after work through their superannuation. We™re a nimble and dynamic business with big aspirations in a build and grow phase, and we seek talented specialists to join us on our journey. The Role In this role you will support the business by improving the performance of Guild Insurance through learning programs targeted on providing financial, functional and customer value. This role will partner with our insurance business to set and deliver capability assessments and learning plans, working closely with our Claims, Sales, Underwriting and LD teams. You are well known for your learning and coaching skills and experience to uplift capability and will apply this across our insurance business. Your day to day accountabilities will include contributing to the learning schedule and delivering learning solutions by internal and external resources working with leaders to identify skill gaps, conduct learning needs assessments and determine learning solutions for a high-performance culture designing, developing, delivering and evaluating learning programs in consultation with the Claims, Sales and Underwriting Managers and Instructional Designers facilitating learning sessions including workshops, coaching and eLearning liaising with external providers to deliver fit-for-purpose learning programssolutions as required supporting leaders with Quality Assurance reviews by identifying trends and mentoring staff where required embedding learning solutions in consultation with line managers, suggesting tools to support and monitor learning initiatives About You You are a highly experienced learning specialist with knowledge gained within an insurance business. You will bring proven experience in developing and maintaining solid business relationships as well as learning programs and assessment. With Tertiary qualifications and a Certificate IV in Learning and assessment, your strong communication skills, management and planning as well as proven ability to engage your audience and deliver key learning messages will ensure your success in this permanent opportunity. Why Join Us The talent and passion of our people is critical to our success. We put in a lot of effort to ensure that our members have a hassle free and great experience when they need us the most. You will enjoy a lively team environment, state of the art office and facilities in a fantastic CBD location. You will be well supported by a great team and excellent technology to deliver great outcomes. Next Steps If you would like to work in a company that values your effort, will celebrate your success, and encourage you to achieve personal and company success, we would like you to apply.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Learning Business Partner-Insurance

    Learning Business Partner-Insurance About Us Guild Group specialises in providing insurance, superannuation, and professional services to specialised industry sectors. We pride ourselves on ensuring that our customers have the best possible insurance and legal advice that will support them during their time of need and can build a financial foundation for life after work through their superannuation. We™re a nimble and dynamic business with big aspirations in a build and grow phase, and we seek talented specialists to join us on our journey. The Role In this role you will support the business by improving the performance of Guild Insurance through learning programs targeted on providing financial, functional and customer value. This role will partner with our insurance business to set and deliver capability assessments and learning plans, working closely with our Claims, Sales, Underwriting and LD teams. You are well known for your learning and coaching skills and experience to uplift capability and will apply this across our insurance business. Your day to day accountabilities will include contributing to the learning schedule and delivering learning solutions by internal and external resources working with leaders to identify skill gaps, conduct learning needs assessments and determine learning solutions for a high-performance culture designing, developing, delivering and evaluating learning programs in consultation with the Claims, Sales and Underwriting Managers and Instructional Designers facilitating learning sessions including workshops, coaching and eLearning liaising with external providers to deliver fit-for-purpose learning programssolutions as required supporting leaders with Quality Assurance reviews by identifying trends and mentoring staff where required embedding learning solutions in consultation with line managers, suggesting tools to support and monitor learning initiatives About You You are a highly experienced learning specialist with knowledge gained within an insurance business. You will bring proven experience in developing and maintaining solid business relationships as well as learning programs and assessment. With Tertiary qualifications and a Certificate IV in Learning and assessment, your strong communication skills, management and planning as well as proven ability to engage your audience and deliver key learning messages will ensure your success in this permanent opportunity. Why Join Us The talent and passion of our people is critical to our success. We put in a lot of effort to ensure that our members have a hassle free and great experience when they need us the most. You will enjoy a lively team environment, state of the art office and facilities in a fantastic CBD location. You will be well supported by a great team and excellent technology to deliver great outcomes. Next Steps If you would like to work in a company that values your effort, will celebrate your success, and encourage you to achieve personal and company success, we would like you to apply.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • e-Learning Specialist-Insurance

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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Project Recruiter

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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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