Occupational Health & Safety Consultant Jobs In Melbourne

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  • Assistant Human Resources Manager

    About the business Company Marriott International is the worlds leading global hospitality company, with more brands, more hotels and more opportunities for associates to grow and succeed. With 5,700 properties, youll find us in your neighbourhood and in more than 110 countries across the globe. Learn about our 30 hotel brands at www.marriott.commarriott-brands.mi. Find Your World.„ Location This iconic Resort is situated between the renowned Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest in Tropical North Queensland. The resort comprises 295 guest rooms, suites and villas. About the role Department Learning Development and Talent Acquisition are essential for this growing role. The position reports to the Human Resources Manager. Responsibilities include and are not limited to Ability to deliver training that is both inspirational and engaging Ensures all associates are on boarded and trained in Marriott and Sheraton Standards Promotes empowerment through the engagement of associates Supports all Human Resources activities Thorough understanding of Resorts Industrial Agreement, IR policies, practices, procedures and compliance Markets and promotes the Resort as an employer of choice in the region Assists with WorkCover claims and RTW programs Good knowledge of payroll processes Responsible for an annual training plan and budget Provide advise and counselling for associates and Department Managers Preferred applicants will have valid working rights to work in Australia. Sponsorship will not be available for this position Benefits and perks Enjoy the benefits of unlimited career opportunities, exceptionally generous accommodation discounts at our 5 star International Hotels and Resorts Worldwide. Working for Sheraton is so much more than just a job, its a lifestyle. Be your best. Grow your career with Sheraton, where you dont just work “ you belong. Skills and experience The successful applicant will have High school certificate or equivalent qualification 2 year degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related major (desirable) At least 2 years in similar role (essential) Experience in an International standard 4 or 5 star Hotel (desirable) Certificate IV Workplace Trainer and Assessor (essential) First Aid Certificate (desirable) Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. Marriott International does not discriminate on the basis of disability, veteran status or any other basis protected under federal, state or local laws.

    location Port Douglas QLD 4877, Australia


  • Branch Manager - Recruitment

    Are you a skilled recruiter seeking freedom to run your own recruitment agency? Escape the hierarchy of mangers, stressful KPIs and sales targets and relish the freedom and independence we offer with owning your own recruitment business. Our proven systems and on-call support help you to mitigate the risks of starting your own recruitment business. With our business network you will have the freedom to get on with what you do best “ recruiting Who we are WorkforceXS is Australias leading franchised labour hire network. We help successful recruiters go out on their own and start setting their own business agenda. We have a passion for helping recruiters succeed in establishing their own recruitment agency. What we do WorkforceXS delivers Experience and expertise with WorkforceXS you wont just be a recruiter out on your own. Our experienced and expert team of internal and external consultants provide responsive legal advice, tech support, IR and HR expertise, WHSOSH advice, sales support and much more All the scrutinized and complicated candidate, client and site documentation you need for end-to-end recruitment held in our trusty operations manual. Payroll funding we pay your temps on time, every time. No need to worry about bank loans and factoring funding limits. Quality system and WHSOHS certification our certified proven systems provide peace of mind for you, your clients and your candidates. An established brand including company logos, website, promotional and marketing material. Flexibility to work from home or on the road with no territory or industry restrictions¦. And much more Transition Packages We are seeking successful recruiters with extensive sales experience who want to go out on their own but fear the risks involved. Successful applicants may apply for transition packages to help reduce the cashflow challenges of starting your own business.... Where to Next? If you are ready to back yourself, have ambition and exceptional temp recruitment experience - you could be up and running your own labour hire franchise in less than 30 days Want to know more? All interest is treated as strictly confidential.

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


  • Team Managers Administration into healthcare and NFP

    The organisation Our client is a leader in medical recruitment - from recruiting medical consulting professionals to all the sales and support staff required in the healthcare industry. Headed by an ex industry professional, they have built a solid brand over the last 15 years, have strong client relationships, have a reputation for stability in their own team and for providing quality service. Due to the growth within this sector, they are hiring a number of Business Managers to purely focus on admin and management placement into the healthcare and not for profit arenas. The opportunity These are truly great opportunities - you will be responsible for growing your teams to 3-5 rapidly, and recruiting the full gamut of roles available across admin, management and operations placement. Their client relationships are second to none and you will find incredible synergy between their current businesses and your team. Great infrastructure is provided, as is support and training. What you will need You will have business services recruitment experience and have the maturity to leverage this companys client base to build your desk and further build your team. You will show you can build solid relationships with clients that value your focus on quality. Some staff management experience is needed but this is your opportunity to gain formal management experience. To fit in with the other Business Managers and team, you will be upbeat, collaborative, a good team player, resilient and enjoy a laugh Rewards At this company the rewards are not only financial with a commission scheme that pays on every dollar on your billings and the teams, but are also personal, including flexibility, and extra annual leave. If you are a great permanent recruiter with some leadership experience, this is a great role to join a market leader, and lead a team. Due to salary level candidates requiring a visa or transfer will be considered. Just call Lisa on 0411 182 024 to discuss the positions in more detail or send your CV to jobsmccallnorris.com. McCall Norris offers the largest referral gift in rec2rec, 2,018 in 2018, for any successful referral. Simply call us or visit our website for more details.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Employment Advisor

    Successful applicant will go through a National Criminal check and Working With Children™s check. Deliver group training sessions to provide communal education...

    location Campbelltown Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


  • Employment Consultant

    The purpose of the role is to support individuals with disability, mental illness, injury or health conditions to secure and maintain social inclusion and...

    location Brisbane QLD 4122, Australia


  • Employment Consultant

    Current Police Clearance no greater than 6 months old and ability to obtain Working with Children Check. Experience and understanding of current Job Active...

    location Hawthorn, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia


  • Employment Consultant

    A Drivers Licence. Connect clients with community resources. Our client is a well established Occ Rehab provider who work within DVA, ADF, Workers Comp,...

    location Campbelltown Rd, Sydney NSW, Australia


  • Employment Consultant

    National police clearance and a working with children check. APM specialises in Employment Services, Injury Management, Vocational Rehabilitation, Assessment,...

    location Perth WA 6168, Australia


  • Manager, People and Workplace

    Manager, People Workplace Parramatta location Applications from Aboriginal people strongly encouraged. About us The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) is the State™s peak representative body in Aboriginal affairs and aims to protect the interests and further the aspirations of its members and the broader Aboriginal community. NSWALC is a not for profit organisation. More information about NSW Aboriginal Land Council can be found at www.alc.org.au The opportunity People and Workplace supports achievement of NSWALC™s goals by providing human resources and workplace services to acquire, develop and retain a highly skilled, adaptive and engaged workforce who are proud to advance the needs of the ATSI community they serve. The Manager, People and Workplace role is pivotal in supporting the Executive in building and maintaining effective people practices and a culture of inclusion, diversity and accountability. This role supports a workforce of approximately 140 staff located in Parramatta and 5 regional locations. As the People and Workplace Manager, you will be responsible for Leading the People and Workplace team to deliver on the HR Strategy and NSWALC workplace needs. Developing and executing human resources strategies, policies and frameworks including workforce planning talent acquisition and the Aboriginal Employment Strategy performance management and capability development. Ensuring seamless delivery of value adding and efficient People and Workplace services. Partnering with the business to identify and deliver on People and Workplace needs. Managing employee relations including EBA interpretation and advice on employee relations matters in accordance with relevant legislation and NSWALC policy. To be successful in this role, you will have Knowledge and understanding of the cultural practices, values and issues that affect Aboriginal people. Relevant tertiary qualifications in human resources or a related discipline. Minimum 10 years™ experience in senior generalist human resource roles with team management experience. High level interpersonal, influencing, and relationship management skills applied in a complex, diverse stakeholder environment. Comprehensive knowledge of contemporary human resource and workplace management practices and policies. How to apply To apply for the position please obtain a copy of the recruitment package containing the Role Description and Success Profile by emailing recruitmentalc.org.au, or calling Judy Cockery on (02) 9689 4516. Applications close 9am 21 December 2018 and can be forwarded to judy.cockeryalc.org.au. Shortlisted candidates will be advised week commencing 7 January 2019 with a view to the selection process commencing week beginning 14 January.

    location Parramatta, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia


  • Senior HR Manager / HR Director / HR Business Partner

    Who are we? The Toll Group is a world-class integrated global logistics provider. Were passionate about logistics and creating solutions for our customers. From delivering vital healthcare and food that sustains life, to moving goods and materials that help build cities, Toll connects people and products, powering global trade and creating a positive impact on communities around the world. From just a horse and cart hauling coal in Newcastle in 1888, today Toll is a global business - and proudly part of Japan Post - with over 44,000 team members, across 1200 locations in 50 countries. We are creating a Toll for the future. The opportunity? As part of Toll Group™s transformation and growth strategy, an opportunity has become available for a Senior Strategic HR Business Partner to lead a newly created and exciting high revenue internal business. Located in Western Sydney (Minchinbury) you will be responsible for the calculated guidance, human intelligence and policy governance to senior managers (both commercial and operational), and frontline team members to achieve the overall Toll HR strategy of employee engagement, co-operative employee relations and effective people management. Key responsibilities Ability to understand and interpret complex industrial instruments and EBAs Providing detailed analysis support and developing HR reporting tools Developing strong relationships with people leaders and recommending appropriate actions, sharing knowledge and influencing action Providing operational HR support to people leaders across the businesses where appropriate Assisting and contributing to the development and implementation of HR programs, projects and processes Working with the Human Resources Services functions to support key change initiatives as well as close off complex investigations The ideal candidate? The successful candidate will be degree qualified in Human Resources or related discipline and will have industry experience in a similar capacity working in a large blue collar matrix styled organisation. You will bring an excellent level of understating around IRER principles and practices and have the ability to build strong relationships with senior stakeholders naturally. You will also be able to analyse and resolve complex problems and make sound evidence based decisions under pressure along with excellent written and verbal communication skills. At least 10 years™ experience in senior HR positions would be preferred. In return, you will be rewarded with an inclusive and dynamic team environment, a passionate company culture and the opportunity to be an integral part of Toll™s new direction.

    location Wilmott Pl, Glenmore Park NSW 2745, Australia


  • Senior Recruitment Consultant | Accountancy & Finance

    Company A highly successful Australian independent recruitment consultancy, operating from multiple offices across Australia NZ. A true entrepreneurial work environment with a supportive culture, and a senior management team who have outstanding track records of achievement in people development. The role Due to continued expansion my client is keen to secure a top quality senior recruitment consultant to help develop and expand their Professional Staffing division focusing on Accountancy Finance - Full Part Qualified into Industry and Private Practice This exciting opportunity offers quick career progression to Divisional Manager for a hardworking and dedicated employee. If you are stuck in a role with limited career enhancement, and nowhere to go - this role is for you Backed by a big budget to invest with mod-tech systems and databases, the support of experienced recruitment professionals, as well as a recruitment brand synonymous for quality and efficiency. Culture Fun, Friendly, Supportive, and regular team building activities both inside and outside of work Who they want to hire You are a sales focused Senior Recruitment Consultant with a demonstrable track record in Professional Staffing You are currently specialising across Professional Staffing You have good humour, friendly and like to be social Enjoy being part of a team but like autonomy Want to progress in to Leadership level and build a team around you On Offer 70k-90k base + Super - Fantastic commission levels - paid monthly - Fully expensed mobile - Laptop - Friendly office 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 Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia


  • Health and Wellbeing Officer - People and Workplace

    Full time “ 38 hours per week Limited tenure for approximately 12 months This is a fantastic opportunity to join Wodonga Council™s People and Workplace team in a critical role that addresses and responds to the health and wellbeing of our employees. The role has a number of essential requirements including Managing the return to work process for injured employees Assisting in the creation of a mental health and wellbeing program to be rolled out across the Council To support the team in addressing an ageing workforce and offering programs and initiatives in this area Raising the profile our Employee Assistance Program Developing excellent stakeholder relationships with our people to foster health and wellbeing across Council and its multiple sites The role will also support the People and Workplace team in other areas due to leave including the recruitment process and learning and development activities. This position sits within the People and Workplace team and would suit a Human Resources professional with Return to Workhealth and wellbeing experience, or an allied health professional with experience in delivering Return to Work and health and wellbeing initiatives. We are open to other disciplines that can demonstrate experience in the above areas. This really will be an exceptional role at Council that has strong deliverables that will make a difference to our people. The successful applicant will also be required to provide a copy of a National Police Check. Wodonga Council is an equal opportunity employer and provides many benefits, including a supportive culture, flexible working arrangements, ongoing training and development, a great team environment and a commitment to the Council™s corporate values of trust, integrity, learning and respect. Any enquiries regarding this position may be directed to Marni Jones, Manager People and Workplace on (02) 6022 9209. Applications must include a statement addressing the key selection criteria and can be submitted via our website by 5pm on Monday, December 17, 2018.

    location West Wodonga VIC 3690, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant

    Join a rapidly expanding Cyber Security Consultancy. Join an exploding Industry “ Cyber Security Every day is different “ Contractors one day, Hiring managers another, Procurement another, resourcing another, celebrating the wins another¦.. Q1 is a market leader in Cyber Security “ We have MSA™s with a number of Tier 1 organisations You can take this role as far as you want to, we will encourage you to spread your wings and fly. The sky is the limit. Recognised as a leader in Cyber Security, Q1 is the preferred supplier with a number of Tier 1 firms in Australia. Q1 is a niche Cyber Security consultancy providing IT Risk and Security resources to the large banks and international consulting firms. Q1 requires a dynamic, hungry, self-motivated Recruitment Consultant . The opportunities are abundant, you need the passion, the desire to grow the number of consultants you have on site and the personality to build great relationships within our major accounts. Q1 is based in Kew, however the successful candidate will be on site meeting with clients and candidates in the CBD and Docklands. Your role is broad and covers Account Management, Contractor Management and resourcing. You will create new business opportunities within existing accounts. To be considered for this dynamic role please forward your resume to Tracey.Hughesq1ps.com.au

    location Cotham Rd, Kew VIC 3101, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant | Early Childhood Education | Sydney

    Are you a recruiter looking for a new challenge? Are you a educator seeking a new direction within Education? Look no further and join our Sydney team... About the Company anzuk Education is a global education recruitment agency operating across Australia, the UK, and LA. Due to our success and impact, we are growing rapidly, and currently have 170 employees. Our services include casual staff replacement, teacher and executive level recruitment, and professional development for early childhood, school and adult education settings. anzuk is a unique workplace with an infectious positive energy that must be experienced to be believed. To find out more about working at anzuk, the team and the culture, please visit our careers page here httpswww.anzuk.educationateam The Role You will be joining our Early Childhood team as an Education Recruitment Consultant. You are responsible to lead and deliver to the following Educator management attract, on-board and market exceptional educators Educator management foster professional relationships that build educator capacity and support achievement of career objectives Client management best practice in vacancy management and relationship development to efficiently and effectively meet the staffing needs of each setting New business lead the development and implementation of new business generation Marketing and planning build and implement effective strategy that supports company initiatives in conjunction with your team and management Company Culture Our office has a vibrant, energetic atmosphere and our core values define and guide us in every aspect of what we do. We collaborate together and continually strive to challenge and drive each other to meet personal and company objectives. We pride ourselves on worklife balance, ensuring that work stays at work. People enjoy working in this team because we all have a passion to work together to support teachers and educators on their career journey. Skills and experience Education market knowledge and experience - ideal A successful history in recruitment or sales - ideal Outstanding communication skills and attention to detail Demonstrated history of delivering exceptional customer outcomes Growth mindset and drive to succeed Exceptional IT and administrative skills Benefits If you get a buzz out of a hard day™s work, are a team player, and are looking for a position with purpose, this will be the role for you. You can also look forward to¦ 5 weeks annual leave Quarterly performance-based incentive program Breakfast provided daily Internal and external training programs Health and well-being initiatives Regular team social events How to apply Click the apply button and upload your CV and cover letter outlining your relevant experience and interest in the role.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Partner - Accord

    Welcome to St John of God Health Care St John of God Health Care is a leading health care provider, with private and public hospitals, home nursing and Social Outreach services throughout Australia. As a Catholic, not-for-profit group, we invest in the communities we serve by updating and expanding our facilities and technology expanding existing services and developing and acquiring new services and providing Social Outreach services to people experiencing disadvantage to improve health and wellbeing. The Position St John of God Accord is a division of St John of God Health Care dedicated to providing support to people with intellectual disabilities. The overall aim is to enhance the quality of life for clients through the development and provision of support options that are aligned to the personal ambition and need of each client. As St John of God Accord™s HR Partner, you will provide advice and support to the CEO of Accord Disability Service, management team members, and managers in relation to workforce planning, cultural development, performance management, coaching and talent management. Previous experience within the health, disability or community services at a senior level would be highly regarded. This position will be offered on a permanent basis, and will be based at the vibrant Greensborough Community Campus, with some requirement for travel to other St John of God Accord sites located around Melbourne. The successful candidate will have A willingness and capacity to embrace the Mission and Values of St John of God Health Care. Bachelor degree in Human Resources Management, or similar. Significant experience within the HR field in medium to large organisations. Demonstrated understanding of industrial agreements, legislation and Human Resource policies. Extensive experience in providing support and assistance to senior management across all aspects of HR. Demonstrated experience in return to work management, performance management and investigations. Clear and concise written and verbal communication skills. Ability to develop positive professional relationships. Ability to prioritise and multitask to achieve desired results. As a not-for-profit organisation you will be rewarded with a remuneration package commensurate with your skills and experience, also offering attractive salary packaging opportunities, along with a working environment that is consistent with our values. All applicants must address the Selection Criteria (as detailed on the last page of the Position Description) St John of God Accord (SJGA) complies with the Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme (DWES) and is required to check the status of a prospective disability worker with the DWES Unit to ensure the safety and wellbeing of people with a disability. For further information on this please click on the link HERE. Applications Close 08012019 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Briarcreek Ct, Cary, NC 27513, USA


  • Health & Safety Manager

    Become a key member of the Site Leadership Team at Darnum Lead the development of a culture that promotes a proactive approach to HSW Leave behind the hustle bustle and take in some fresh country air The Opportunity Reporting through to the National Health, Safety Manager we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Health, Safety Wellbeing Manager to join our Darnum team on a permanent basis. You will be a key member of the Site Leadership Team and will provide ongoing safety leadership, coaching and support to all operations, warehouse and administrative teams onsite. Key to success will be your ability to monitor site HSW performance and continuously improve and drive safety wellbeing initiatives, culture, systems and processes to ensure a reduction in incidents and associated costs. Other key responsibilities include Supporting the development of Darnum™s HSW strategy Facilitating HSW strategy implementation and driving these initiatives across the site Undertaking incident Investigations and ensuring the implementation of corrective actions Implementing our HSW management system across the site through training and coaching of teams Leading and facilitating the business to achieve demonstrated continuous improvement onsite Facilitating HS committee meetings Conducting risk reviews and risk assessment Supporting injury management activities What You™ll Bring Develop You ideally have a relevant Tertiary qualification in OHS or equivalent and bring solid practical generalist technical experience in a Health, Safety Wellbeing Management role from either a Manufacturing, Warehouse, Transport, Distribution industry or equally from a large complex blue-chip environment. Critical to your success will be your ability to influence, lead and inspire Health, Safety and Wellbeing practices and continuous improvement initiatives at a Site Leader level as will be your ability to motivate and enhance workplace culture. You will also have Trained in Root Cause Analysis and ideally exposed to ICAM Experienced in Implementing HSW management systems and achieving certification to ISO standards Advanced computer skills, particularly Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint Experienced in critical high-risk work (working at heights, confined spaces so on) HSW performance analysis and reporting skills Solid experience in event, injury and return to work management About Us Employing 22,000 people across the globe Fonterra is the worlds leading dairy nutrition company. Across Australia Fonterra collects around 2 billion litres of milk annually from our Australian farmers. This milk is made into the many Fonterra dairy foods that generations of Australians have grown up with and love, including Perfect Italiano„, Mainland„, Western Star„, Bega„ and Anchor„. If you meet the above requirements and looking for your next challenging yet rewarding role than Fonterra is for you For more information on this role, please contact Craig McDonald our Senior Talent Partner on (03) 8541 1120 for a confidential discussion or simply apply now Be at the forefront of dairy nutrition “ join us today.

    location Victoria 3822, Australia


  • OHS Manager

    About Scope Scope™s mission is to enable each person to live as an empowered and equal citizen. We support people with physical, intellectual and multiple disabilities and developmental delays to achieve their goals. Across Victoria, Scope provides services to thousands of people with a disability in more than 100 service locations. Scope is a registered provider under the NDIS and delivers a range of services including supported independent living, short term accommodation (respite), lifestyle options and therapy. As one of the successful service providers in the Victorian Government NDIS tender process we are embarking on this historic opportunity to transform the way we help Victorians with disability to ensure they get the support and services they need, consistent with our mission and values. Scope was recently named on the Australian Financial Review™s Top 100 Most Innovative Companies in Australia and New Zealand. About The Role Scope has an exciting and unique opportunity for an OHS professional to work within our HomeScope People and Culture team. Reporting to the HomeScope HR Manager, you will be responsible for the organisational delivery of Occupational Health Safety across HomeScope. This role is pivotal in developing a ˜safety culture™ within HomeScope and has organisational responsibility for proactive and reactive OHS programs and processes. Critical success measures will include incidence and severity rates of workplace injuries and WorkCover claims, along with HomeScope™s WorkCover premium rate (versus sector benchmarks), and effective monitoring and reporting of safety outcomes across all areas of OHS. About You To qualify for this role you must have broad knowledge and skills in OHS including a minimum of 2-3 years successful hands-on experience leading the OHS function in a human services environment, for an organisation of comparable scale and complexity. You will be a person who is energised by challenges and can demonstrate success in partnering and influencing at multiple levels across a service delivery organisation to achieve real change in OHS practices and outcomes. Add to this your hands-on approach, œcan do attitude, OHS team leadership experience, analytical and decision making skills and you are well on the way to success in this pivotal role. Scope as an Employer Successful candidates will enjoy a range of staff benefits including flexibility to suit your work-life balance, continuous development and training, competitive remuneration, salary packaging and purchased annual leave scheme. Take your career on a journey with Scope and work proactively with us to achieve our mission Please direct enquiries to Bernie Goulding on 0451 106 280 or email bgouldingscopeaust.org.au. Applications close Friday 21 December 2018. Position descriptionclick here Please note, the successful applicant will be required to hold a Working with Children Check and a Police Check issued in the last 12 months for employment in the Disability sector. The Scope Approach is Scope™s ˜way of life™. It sets the standard for the way we work every day. To achieve our mission, we must always ˜See the person, Do it together, Do it right and Do it better™.

    location Hawthorn, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia


  • OHS Coordinator

    About Scope Scope™s mission is to enable each person to live as an empowered and equal citizen. We support people with physical, intellectual and multiple disabilities and developmental delays to achieve their goals. Across Victoria, Scope provides services to thousands of people with a disability in more than 100 service locations. Scope is a registered provider under the NDIS and delivers a range of services including supported independent living, short term accommodation (respite), lifestyle options and therapy. As one of the successful service providers in the Victorian Government NDIS tender process we are embarking on this historic opportunity to transform the way we help Victorians with disability to ensure they get the support and services they need, consistent with our mission and values. Scope was recently named on the Australian Financial Review™s Top 100 Most Innovative Companies in Australia and New Zealand. About The Role Scope has an exciting and unique opportunity for an OHS professional to work within our HomeScope People and Culture team. Reporting to the HomeScope OHS Manager, you will be responsible for coordinating safety, health, wellbeing, return to work and workers compensation activities for HomeScope. You will provide training, advice and support to front line leaders and individual return to work and workers™ compensation claims support to injured employees. About You To qualify for this role you must have sound experience and skills in OHS including demonstrated success in managing WorkCover claims to speed individual™s return to work and reduce WorkCover costs. Critical success measures will include minimum 2 years successful hands-on OHS coordinator role in a human services environment of similar complexitysize of organisation. You will be a person with excellent planning, prioritising and problem solving skills with a desire to be part of a new team during this exciting period of growth. Scope as an Employer Successful candidates will enjoy a range of staff benefits including flexibility to suit your work-life balance, continuous development and training, competitive remuneration, salary packaging and purchased annual leave scheme. Take your career on a journey with Scope and work proactively with us to achieve our mission Please direct enquiries to Bernie Goulding on 0451 106 280 or email bgouldingscopeaust.org.au. Applications close Friday 21 December 2018. Position description Click here Please note, the successful applicant will be required to hold a Working with Children Check and a Police Check issued in the last 12 months for employment in the Disability sector. The Scope Approach is Scope™s ˜way of life™. It sets the standard for the way we work every day. To achieve our mission, we must always ˜See the person, Do it together, Do it right and Do it better™.

    location Hawthorn, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant

    Do you pride yourself on your work ethic high level customer service? Perhaps the Recruitment Industry is your next career move? We are seeking that special person who can contribute to the ongoing success of a small sized experienced team Without a doubt, they are highly motivated with a strong commitment to achieving great results. Who We Are Symmetry HR is all about connecting people to opportunities. We specialise in temporary permanent recruitment within the commercial, industrial health sectors. Our culture is all about supporting one another and getting great outcomes. Family values and a real work life balance make us stand out from the crowd we are genuine about internal promotions seeing our staff grow their career with Symmetry. We encourage our employees to take ownership and create real business partnerships. We are heavily involved in team building eager to celebrate both organisational and personal successes which include Branch of the year enjoys a trip to Hamilton Island Annual conference - last year was held in Melbourne Birthday celebrations charity dress up days Internal employee referral system bonus So Are You The Right Fit? We are looking for someone who thrives in working in a fast paced environment where exceptional customer service is always at the forefront of your mind. You thrive on building relationships with customers - in our case our valued clients candidates. You will be dealing with a diverse range of people so it is important that you can demonstrate strong communication skills, patience proven problem solving ability. For us, its about your attitude ability over your experience as we will provide on the job training support to ensure your success. You need to have a genuine interest in wanting to work within the Recruitment Industry as we have really good days but we also have days that can be quite challenging so a strong resilience a positivity is a must As a Recruitment Consultant your focus will be on Building relationships with candidates clients - connecting job seekers with their next career move, whether it be within the government, sales, contact centre, banking finance, superannuation or utilities industries (just to name a few) Reviewing resumes, conducting candidate interviews, reference checking, job advertising developing candidate attraction strategies. Account Management of a dedicated client portfolio - you have a natural drive to want to excel provide your clients candidates with that WOW experience - getting outcomes adding value is what you enjoy. Being a team player jumping in to help out your co-worker when times get that little bit too busy - we are all about team support at Symmetry sharing of ideas. Associated administration including a strong focus on quality compliance This is a permanent full time position based in Sydneys CDB (York St), with popular coffee shops, restaurants shops all within walking distance A base salary plus super very achievable monthly bonuses based on monthly team temp hours are on offer. If this role sounds like a perfect fit to you then please apply today

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Recruitment Resourcer

    Do you pride yourself on your work ethic high level customer service? Perhaps the Recruitment Industry is your next career move? Our health division is growing rapidly we want someone who can contribute to the ongoing success of a small sized experienced team Without a doubt, they are highly motivated with a strong commitment to achieving great results. Who We Are Symmetry HR is all about connecting people to opportunities. We specialise in temporary permanent recruitment within the commercial, industrial health sectors. Our culture is all about supporting one another and getting great outcomes. Family values and a real work life balance make us stand out from the crowd we are genuine about internal promotions seeing our staff grow their career with Symmetry. We encourage our employees to take ownership and create real business partnerships. We are heavily involved in team building eager to celebrate both organisational and personal successes which include Branch of the year enjoys a trip to Hamilton Island Annual conference - last year was held in Melbourne Birthday celebrations charity dress up days Internal employee referral system bonus So Are You The Right Fit? We are looking for someone who thrives in working in a fast paced environment where exceptional customer service is always at the forefront of your mind. You will be dealing with a diverse range of people so it is important that you can demonstrate strong communication skills, patience proven problem solving ability. For us, its about your attitude ability over your experience as we will provide on the job training support to ensure your success. You need to have a genuine interest in wanting to work within the Recruitment Industry as we have really good days but we also have days that can be quite challenging so a strong resilience is a must As a Recruitment Resourcer your focus will be on Building relationships with candidates clients - placing great candidates into various roles such as food services assistants, cleaners, orderlies, patient services assistants, cooks chefs. Reviewing resumes conducting candidate interviews Job Advertising candidate attraction Filling on hire casual positions Reference checking Associated administration including a strong focus on quality compliance This is a permanent full time position based in Wheelers Hill. An attractive base salary plus super achievable monthly bonuses based on team temp hours are on offer. If this role sounds like a perfect fit to you then please apply today

    location Brandon Park Dr, Wheelers Hill VIC 3150, Australia


  • Talent Acquisition Consultant

    About You We are seeking an individual with a genuine love of recruitment. You may currently work as an internal recruiter and be ready to step into a role with real ownership that will see you broaden your skill set into the generalist arena. Alternatively, you may come from an agency background and be looking to start your in-house career. In addition to your technical skill, you will be able to demonstrate Excellent communication and relationship building skills Strong analytical and reporting skills A high level of ownership and accountability for your work An approachable and warm personality, with the ability to have fun at work About The Role This fast paced and dynamic role is responsible for end to end recruitment within the ANZ region of Woods Bagot which includes studios in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth and Christchurch. Working closely with the Leadership team in each studio you will source, screen and shortlist candidates for Architecture, Interior Design and Support vacancies. You will also have some exposure to our global studios around the world and at times may be required to assist with recruitment activities outside of ANZ Working as a part of an experienced and supportive PC function there will also be an opportunity to be involved in generalist PC activities such the annual salary, performance and promotion review process and day to day employee relations. It is anticipated that this aspect of the role will grow over time. Key activities include Utilising a variety of tools and approaches to recruit the best talent available Maintaining strong relationships and communication with internal stakeholders Maintenance of recruitment systems and reporting Sourcing market intelligence including remuneration rates and industry activity Assisting with onboarding and offboarding activities including exit interviewing Building relationships with recruitment agencies Other PC activities and projects as required About us Woods Bagot is a leading global design studio that is committed to innovative solutions. Across our network of studios in Australia, Asia, Middle East, North America and Europe we operate in a collaborative and open environment where our global studio environment, ideas, teamwork and research allow us to deliver exceptional solutions to our clients. If you have the knowledge, skills, and experience for this role, we encourage you to share our vision, to strive for excellence and apply for this role. Please apply below with a cover letter and resume detailing your suitability for this position. Applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. For more information, please contact Sally-ann Fieldhouse Manager “ Talent Acquisition +61 432 611 534 send your resume to recruitmentwoodsbagot.com quoting RefTA Woods Bagot is an equal opportunity employer that truly believes in the diversity of thought. Our diverse teams encourage our quest for Rigorous Curiosity, Uncompromising Design, Collective Intelligence, Effective Communication and Dynamic Careers for our people

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Employment Advisor

    Successful applicant will go through a National Criminal check and Working With Children™s check. Deliver group training sessions to provide communal education...

    location Agnes Banks NSW, Australia


  • Education Officer

    An understanding of current issuestrends in education and a sound knowledge of current curriculum developments and implementation, especially in the area of...

    location Victoria 3820, Australia


  • Training Coordinator

    Our teams work to reduce costs, increase efficiencies, and enhance the value of our customers operations across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea....

    location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


  • Recruitment Consultant

    Recruitment Consultant - Retail Property. Full Job Description. Focus on health and well-being - access to gym passes, personal trainer....

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Recruitment Consultant

    Enthusiastic with a can-do attitude. Due to the high volume of applications only successful candidates will be contacted....

    location Brisbane QLD, Australia


  • Recruiter

    Ad hoc administration duties as required. An exciting opportunity has become available for a Recruiter to join our rapidly expanding and innovative organisation...

    location New South Wales 2036, Australia


  • Internal Recruitment Consultant

    2 years+ of experience in recruitment resourcing within the IT space. Work with each Capability Head to address candidate related issues with internalexternal...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Talent Acquisition Specialist

    Direct sourcing and pipeline management to meet current and future hiring demands. 2 years (Preferred). To be successful in this role you will possess the...

    location Yagoona NSW 2199, Australia


  • HR Coordinator

    Current NSW Drivers Licence. You will also have the ability to interpret, apply and implement a range of policies, procedures and industrial agreements,...

    location Armidale Region NSW 2350, Australia


  • HR Officer

    You will also take a lead role in supporting the organisations recruitment, selection and onboarding processes, as well as leading the implementation of our...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HR Administrator

    JOB REFWesCEF334214 Are you a customer focused individual who works well in a fast paced environment? This is a great opportunity for you to join our...

    location Perth WA 6150, Australia


  • Recruitment Specialist - Northern Beaches Hospital

    6 month role, potential to permanent Frenchs Forest location Immediate start If you are an experienced internal recruitertalent acquisition professional seeking something challenging, fast paced, with experience in nursing recruitment - we would like to hear from you. Northern Beaches Hospital is a fully licensed private hospital, providing care to public and private patients from an outstanding facility with a large range of quality services provided by exceptional nurses, doctors and staff. As the Hospital Talent Acquisition Specialist, you will make an impact by recruiting the right people to provide right care at the new hospital. As an experienced Recruitment professional you will be able to make an impact quickly and be able to partner with senior leaders to recruit a broad range of positions. Managing the roles end to end you will coordinate the selection process, write job adverts, screen and interview candidates, create shortlists and manage the offer process. You will focus on developing innovative approaches to delivering high quality, cost-effective sourcing strategies. You will also be integral in shaping our agile approach to direct sourcing. Experience and skills required Relevant qualification andor experience in recruitment - domestic and international Proven track record of end to end recruitment, selection matching of great talent Experience in the application of an e-Recruitment Management and Information System for facilitating and recording recruitment activities and reporting (Ideally Taleo) Innovative research skills and techniques to find suitable candidates Exceptional stakeholder management skills Able to work under the pressure of tight deadlines while remaining focused on quality Good understanding of how to source talent on social media Strong customer service, relationship building and networking skills Strong technical skills to include MS Office applications and recruitment software Ability to multi-task, work to tight deadlines and be able to thrive in a fast paced environment To Apply Please click on the Apply button below to be taken to our online application form. Our commitment to quality and safety for our patients, staff and visitors is our highest priority. Applicants will be required to provide a current (12 months or less) National Police check and a NSW Working with Children™s Check, prior to appointment and persons in patient contact roles will be required to provide proof of immunity to specified infectious diseases prior to commencement.

    location Frenchs Forest NSW 2086, Australia


  • HR Advisor

    CBD Immediate Start with a view to Permanent 95,000 plus superannuation and bonus This is an exciting time to join an organisation who is undergoing significant change. This company is part of an innovative and growing sector and strive to offer the best possible products to their customers. They are now seeking an experienced HR Advisor to join the People and Culture function. This role will be instrumental in providing HR support and advice across the business. Partnering with senior stakeholders your key responsibilities will include Provision of robust HR advice across all people issues Coach, support and empower stakeholders when dealing with employee issues Implementation and communication of all HR policy and procedures Dealing with all employee relation matters including, coaching, updating policies and procedures and conducting work place investigations Working on a variety of interesting and challenging HR projects This role will be well suited to an experienced a high achieving HR Advisor looking for their next opportunity. With a can do attitude and superior customer service skills you will enjoy working in a high performing, collaborative team. You will have excellent stakeholder management skills and have a solutions focused approach to your work. You will enjoy working in a fast paced environment in a role that offers diversity and challenge. This is an exciting time to join a growing company and talented team. The role will be rewarding, with plenty of opportunities to further develop your already impressive HR capabilities. To learn more about this opportunity please call Michelle Collins on 9008 5839 for a confidential discussion. 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 & Performance Business Partner - Based in Moranbah

    Isaac Regional Council offers a wide range of exciting career and employment opportunities throughout the region. Our vision is to energise the world and our mission is to feed, power and build communities. An exciting opportunity exists for a fixed term full time People Performance Business Partner to join our People Performance Team in Moranbah. Reporting to the Manager People Performance, this position is responsible for advising and supporting management, staff and stakeholders in the area of human resource management and industrial relations across Isaac Regional Council. To be successful in this role, you will have Knowledge of awards, certified agreements and workplace laws Excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills Demonstrated personal drive with the ability to determine priorities and set outcomes to achieve results within agreed timelines and objectives High level experience and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite Demonstrated experience as a contemporary Human Resource professional in a medium sized public or private sector organisation (local government “ desirable) Proven ability to build rapport and liaise with both internal and external stakeholders to achieve work related outcomes Exposure to Human Resource Information Systems, organisational structure and payroll Relevant tertiary qualifications or previous experience in a relevant role. For this position we offer Salary 81,060.49 - 96,005.07 per annum plus allowances 12 month fixed term contract Nominally 72.5 hours per fortnight 5 weeks annual leave 17.5 loading 12 super (in accordance with policy) RDO™s in accordance with Council policy Based in Moranbah For more details on this exciting position contact the Manager People Performance during business hours Rebecca Molineaux 4846 3317 To submit your application “ please forward your resume and cover letter to humanresources.isaacgmail.com Please ensure œPeople Performance Business Partner is in the subject heading of your application. Applications Close Tuesday 11 December 2018 Isaac Regional Council is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people and disadvantaged job seekers are encouraged to apply. Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position

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


  • Standards and Capability Advisor

    Downer Mining Energy and Industrial is seeking a Standards and Capability Advisor to assist with the continuing to build a robust Downer culture whilst promoting the philosophy of a learning organisation that builds capability within the Western region. As an integral member of our People and Culture Team, you will be a key player in the professional development and growth of employees, leaders and projects throughout our business. THE ROLE Design and delivery of learning, development, training and competency programs Providing advice to employees and line management on learning and organisational development needs Contribute to the planning, creation and implementation of fit for business cultural alignment initiatives and leadership development Contribute to and support the management of the Downer Undergraduate, Graduate, Apprentice and Trainee Programs Contribute to the Downer MEI brand in target markets by having a credible presence at career expos, universities, school and industry networking events ABOUT YOU Formal qualifications in psychology, business, human resources, health safety, or another related discipline andor relevant work experience in a training development role Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Developed presentation and facilitation skills with a demonstrated understanding of adult learning principles Exposure to Undergraduate, Graduate, Apprentice and Trainee programs Ability to demonstrate skills in time management, organisation and teamwork An agile and flexible approach to work Desire and ability to operate within Downer™s 4 Pillars Travel to operating sites and regional office locations is a requirement of the role WHAT WE OFFER A stimulating and challenging role in a dynamic, large and diverse ASX company Cross functional exposure and potential for expansion of skills High level autonomy, with a great balance of team work too Great work life flexibility To submit your application please click the œApply button. For queries contact Nathan on 08 6217 5731. Please note emailed applications will not be accepted.

    location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


  • Advisor - Human Resources Directorate Operations

    The Townsville Hospital and Health Service vision is one of excellence¦ to emerge the leader in health care, research and education for regional Australia. Do you have what it takes to make a substantial contribution to our vision? Are you Passionate, committed and dedicated to your profession? Prepared to question and advocate for what is important? A person who meets challenges head on? About your opportunity The role reports directly to the AO6 Human Resource Business Partner operating in line with an allocated business portfolio. The role operates with limited supervision as the first point of contact for all day-to-day HR operational administrative activities and enquiries for the business portfolio management and staff. This includes the localised delivery of quality HR day-to-day services across the employment lifecycle including the provision of policy and award interpretation and advice, enquiry management, recruitment management, transfer, conversion and talent acquisition support, localised grievance and dispute management, payroll issues etc. The role provides consistency in the delivery of HR operational processes and advice by working within established policies, procedures, local guidelines and developing the understanding of line management and staff on same. The role escalates matters to the HR Business Partner as required by delegation and as needed due to case complexity. Salary range of 3372.80 to 3669.80 p.f. (AO5), 17.5 leave loading, 12.5 employer contribution to superannuation. Other employment benefits may include professional development, salary sacrificing options, shift and locality allowances, corporate discounts, wellness programs and the EAP. Why make the change? Our gorgeous weather promotes an outdoor lifestyle as the sun shines nearly all year round (over 320 daysyear). Enjoy the benefits of urban living without being trapped in a commuter nightmare of metropolitan traffic. Appreciate the country town `feel and change your pace as you absorb the local tropicalcoastal flow. Living in Townsville a vibrant, dynamic city and the largest regional centre in Northern Australia allows easy access to The Strand and Magnetic Island. Plus, the city heart provides opportunity for boutique shopping, fine dining experiences, cultural events and a bustling nightlife. Interested..? For a confidential discussion please contact Allan Parsons, Director Human Resources and Engagement on 07 4433 1707. Applications close on Sunday 23 December 2018. Unsolicited resumes from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.

    location Rowes Bay QLD 4810, Australia


  • Legal Recruitment Consultant

    Associate Recruitment Consultant Established Legal Desk Large Sydney agency looking to expand their Legal recruitment team due to increased demand The Company Our client has been trading for over 25 years and has built an excellent reputation throughout Australia and Asia Pacific. With a rapidly fast-moving Sydney office, our client is needing to find new and talented individuals to join their brand. This role would be ideal for an individual with Legal experience such as a graduate or paralegal as this is a diverse role that required a high level of communication generates excellent job satisfaction. The Role In your new role as an Associate Recruitment Consultant, you will work with Senior Recruiters and be given both formal and on the job training to ensure your success. Some of your responsibilities in this position would be as follows Creating and maintaining relationships with new and existing clients Attracting candidates through various methods including advertising Building relationships with committed candidates Conducting and scheduling interviews whilst providing information about positions available. Key Requirements To be successful in this position, you will have a good understanding of the Legal industry and have a genuine passion to succeed. Ideally, you will have some recruitment experience however not a requirement for the right person. Benefits As well as joining a fun and friendly office, our client loves to reward their teams for their hard work and success Great financial incentives including an amazing commission structure Regular staff drinks High Earners paid weekends away Consultant of the month awards A day off on your birthday 25 days holidays after 3 years of service Monthly company lunches for high achievers Flexible lunch hours to go to the gym Call Val on 0448 892 488 and explore your career options today

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Associate Recruitment Consultant - IT Sector

    A large agency operating Australia wide are expanding their Brisbane team Currently, our client is on the lookout for a breakout associate consultant to join their high performing team. Reporting to the Senior Recruiter, you will gain both formal and on the job training to ensure your ability to thrive in this position. Ideally, you will have a minimum of six months experience as a recruiter and have a background in an IT Technical sales or development position however a good aptitude for the IT sector will also be considered. In this role you will be responsible for the end to end process of recruiting, including Sourcing and interviewing candidates Building strong relationships with clients Achieving targets Providing an exceptional level of customer service Working with our client, you will achieve great earning, build strong relationships and reap many benefits along the way. Some of these many benefits include - Industry leading COMMISSION STRUCTURE - Weekly dress down days - Day off on your Birthday - Monthly staff drinks - Consultant of the quarter awards - Daily fresh fruit in office - 25 days holidays after 3 years of service This opportunity will not be available for long, so apply now

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


  • Technical Coach

    An exciting opportunity exists to become a part of our Product and Digital team at Service NSW Technical (tech) Coach focuses on training Service NSW staff in the world of key business applications. The tech coach will be the point of technical advice and guidance for Service NSW users, on how to best utilise these applications within ServiceNSW. You will contribute to the delivery of superior IT services across our service centers and for online users throughout the state. About Service NSW Established in 2013, at Service NSW our vision is to be recognised as the distinctive leader in the provision of government services to the citizens of New South Wales, and we are passionate about delivering a positive customer service experience Our Product and Digital Team are at the forefront of these positive customer interactions and are leading the way forward for Governments around the globe. The Role This role will be dedicated to supporting and guiding users whilst working on solutions to problems, including though not limited to creating onboarding programs, developing and running workshops to educate staff of new and improved methods. Key accountabilities include Teaching introductory classes for new starters, and where relevant running bespoke classes for existing users In addition, managing the workplace GSuite page. Maintaining momentum and user engagement in creating content posts informing on with tips and tricks, new and exciting updates, good article reads and responding to internal user forums Be the ˜Google master™ and assist users one on one in solving particular queries Support to Google Guides though co-ordination of guides ensuring motivation and longevity of the Google Guides program, lead Google Guide meetings informing on new messages, solution and features and AOB Work in conjunction with internal Learning and Development teams to ensure alignment to methods of training and communications To be successful in your application, you must have Demonstrated experience in the development of training programs, delivery of training to varying class sizes and ability to modify delivery methods depending on audience and needs of the business Extensive understanding of the GSuite platform, Google Chromebox for Meeting Google Jamboards Experience in an Enterprise technology environments Ability to work with business stakeholders to capture training requirements Willingness to work in a high paced, agile delivery environment comfortable with tight timelines and self-driven Remuneration SNSW Grade 78 - Package includes a base salary range of (88,450 to 104,281), plus employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. For further details please refer to the Role Description or contact Luke Yoo for further insight into our requirements Luke.Yooservice.nsw.gov.au How to apply To apply for this role you need to submit an application and attach your resume and a cover letter through the NSW Government job site httpiworkfor.nsw.gov.au Applications close on Sunday December 16th, 2018 1159 p.m. For a confidential discussion about the Service NSW recruitment process, please contact Lauren Johnson, Resourcing Advisor, Service NSW, by email at lauren.johnsonservice.nsw.gov.au or 8059 2613 Additional information Part of the assessment process includes additional online capability testing, skills testing or work samples in accordance with the Government Sector Employment Act 2013. A talent pool may be created for future ongoing and temporary roles and is valid for a period of up to 12 months. Employment to Service NSW is subject to a satisfactory national criminal record check. Service NSW is passionate about building a culture that values and supports diversity and inclusion. Service NSW encourages applications from people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTQI and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. If you are a person with disability and need adjustment in the recruitment process, please contact the Recruitment team via email on recruitmentservice.nsw.gov.au. For any technical assistance in submitting your application via ˜I work for NSW™ please call 1800 562 679 or email supportiworkfor.nsw.gov.au.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Compliance Advisor

    COME WORK FOR THE WORLD™S MOST FAMOUS WINE BRANDS An opportunity to drive compliance and learning across the business Leading FMCG, World™s Co-leader in the Wine and Spirits Industry Join a high performing, innovative and dynamic team Flexible and agile working environment This role may be located in Dulwich, SA Rowland Flat, SA or Tamaki, NZ Generous product allowance across the Pernod Ricard portfolio (wine, champagne and spirits) Are you passionate about compliance and identifying new and creative ways to drive compliance training? Do you enjoy developing educational materials to drive brand and product awareness? If so, we want YOU Pernod Ricard Winemakers is part of the Global Pernod Ricard Group “ the World™s Co-leader in the Wine and Spirits Industry with an unrivalled collection of iconic brands, including Absolut® Vodka, Chivas Regal®, Jameson®, Jacobs Creek® and more. Due to an internal promotion we have an opportunity for you to join our learning and development team to advise the business on compliance and to identify new opportunities to enhance this area. Reporting to the Regional Learning Development Manager, the Learning Development Compliance Advisor will have two key areas of focus Undertaking the needs analysis, gap analysis, sourcing training suppliers, advising and coordinating compliance training activities across Australia and New Zealand whilst partnering with the business and Sustainability teams to ensure we are meeting compliance, licensing and audit requirements of the business at both the Operational and Corporate sites Contribute to the development and identification of product knowledge learning including understanding current and future learning opportunities across the business and leveraging our digital platforms. As the successful candidate, you will have strong administrative skills and attention to detail. You will possess strong systems skills including database reporting, learning management systems capability and excel skills. You will be a self starter and passionate about learning and development with a focus on continual self development. You will have strong relationship building and stakeholder management skills as well as a passion for driving compliance and accountability within the organisation. Previous experience working with ADP would be advantageous along with experience in Digital Learning Systems. If you want to join our exciting, diverse and energetic team, apply now by submitting your covering letter and resume. For further information, please visit our career website httpwww.pernod-ricard-winemakers.comcompany Only those with appropriate Australian Working Rights are eligible to apply. Deadline for applications Friday 21st December 2018

    location Adelaide SA 5065, Australia


  • Head of People & Performance - KFC

    About Collins Foods Limited Collins Foods Limited (CFL) is an ASX300 listed company with operations dating back to 1969 when CFL opened the first KFC restaurant in Queensland. Fast forward 50 years and CFL is now the largest franchisee of KFC Restaurants in Australia operating almost 250 KFC restaurants across Australia and Europe, as well as Sizzler restaurants in Australia and Asia, and Taco Bell in Queensland. Based in Hamilton, Brisbane, the CFL Support Centre is the main hub for above-store staff who support a workforce of over 12,000 employees across Australia. About the Role As a result of recent internal progression, an opportunity has arisen for an experienced and passionate senior HR professional to join our team in the position of Head of People Performance - KFC. The primary purpose of this role is to support our KFC business in a true business partnership capacity, providing strategic insights and thought leadership to the KFC Leadership team to ensure the business achieves its people related strategic objectives. In addition, provide general support and practical guidance to the KFC Operations team to ensure growth targets are met through efficient people capability strategies. Based in Brisbane and reporting directly to the Chief People Officer, the Head of People Performance - KFC will also be responsible for the leadership and development of a team of People Excellence Coaches (PEC™s) located throughout Australia. About You To ensure your ongoing success in this role, you will ideally possess the following skills and qualifications Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, Business or similar discipline Post graduate qualifications advantageous Demonstrated experience in a similar senior HR leadership position Previous experience with managing and leading a nationally dispersed team Previous experience in a Retail or QSR environment advantageous Ability to build effective working relationships and partner with key stakeholders to ensure quality outcomes are achieved Advanced problem solving and critical reasoning skills Advanced MS Office skills Why work for CFL As an ASX300 listed organisation, there are many advantages to working for an international brand such as CFL. In return for your hard work, you will be rewarded with Competitive remuneration and bonus structure Ongoing professional development opportunities Access to a formal mentor program If you have any questions or would like to discuss this role in further detail, please contact Janita Chapman 07 3352 0800 for a confidential discussion. External agencies have not been engaged for this role, so please ensure you apply directly to be considered.

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


  • Technical Trainer - Learning and Development

    QBE is one of the top 20 global general insurers and is recognised as Australias largest international insurance and reinsurance Company, with operations in 37 countries around the world. An exciting opportunity of Technical Trainer has become available within Human Resources of QBE™s Australia and New Zealand Operations (ANZO). Reporting to the Senior Learning Partner - Technical, this role will deliver high impact job specific technical andor systems training to core functional areas across the business, to support current and future business needs. With demonstrated knowledge and experience in delivering learning and development programs across the technical capability domain, you will be given a fantastic opportunity to provide subject matter expert advice and support to the Technical Learning team to ensure design meets business requirements. The Opportunity Identify specific portfolio capability initiatives aligned to the overall portfolio capability plan. Deliver technical capability building initiatives and assess the effectiveness of those initiatives. Ensure training delivery is managed within agreed parameters and timing. Support Line Managers regarding Learning and Development policies, programs and practices. Identify, develop and implement new Learning and Development interventions to meet business needs. Deliver high quality training to learners, from preparation to facilitation. Manage learner and leader queries related to training programs. Support Learning Partners to negotiate service agreements with external facilitation providers in line with budget. Develop and maintain effective relationships with all stakeholders including instructional designers and subject matter experts. Support the Learning Partners and Senior Learning Partner to develop the centralised training schedule in functional areas. Support Facilitators to effectively deliver programs and provide feedback as required. Keep abreast of current business changes, legislation, market trends, future direction and best practice. What does success look like? 3+ years™ experience in delivering learning and development programs in the technical domain, preferably within the Financial ServicesInsurance industry. Relevant tertiary qualifications, including Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, is desirable. Content expertise in technical learning and development. Strong working knowledge of adult learning and instructional design principles, trends and best practice. Consulting and negotiation skills. Relationship management and influencing skills. Highly developed consulting, facilitation, negotiation, change management and communication skills. What™s in it for you? You will be provided with a competitive salary package and benefits, in an environment that offers support, and encourages career development and learning. QBE recognises the value of diversity in the workplace and supports a range of flexible work arrangements to promote a better familylifework balance. Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their eligibility to work in Australia, and at a minimum be required to undertake police and basic credit checks as a condition of employment. If you are a QBE employee, please inform your Manager before applying. For more information, click the APPLY button to submit your details.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Senior Learning Partner - Technical

    QBE is one of the top 20 global general insurers and is recognised as Australias largest international insurance and reinsurance Company, with operations in 37 countries around the world. An exciting opportunity of Senior Learning Partner “ Technical has become available within Human Resources of QBE™s Australia and New Zealand Operations Reporting to the new position of Head of Learning and Development, this role will lead the delivery of technical development and job-based skills training to meet current and future demands. With demonstrated knowledge and experience developing and implementing learning and development programs across the technical domain, you will be given a fantastic opportunity to ensure delivery of learning successfully meets design outcomes, quality standards and business objectives. The Opportunity Partner with HR Business Partners, Head of LD, and Talent Manager to develop and implement technical development capability plans and initiatives across the business. Identify initiative design and delivery costs for inclusion in the LD budget. Collaborate with HR Business Partners and Senior Leaders to understand business strategy and identify learning needs. Design and implement a framework for the delivery of all technical development interventions, ensuring consistent quality of learning across all delivery channels. Measure and monitor the success of technical development initiatives via ROI and external benchmarks. What does success look like? Content expertise and experience in the design and implementation of technical learning and development programs. Relevant tertiary qualifications, including Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. A commercially focused and pragmatic approach to LD outcomes. Strong working knowledge of adult learning principles, as well as trends and best practices in LD. Strong project and budget management skills. Strong commercial acumen. Understanding on instructional design principles. Strong problem-solving and decision-making skills. Change management. What™s in it for you? You will be provided with a competitive salary package and benefits, in an environment that offers support, and encourages career development and learning. QBE recognises the value of diversity in the workplace and supports a range of flexible work arrangements to promote a better familylifework balance. Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their eligibility to work in Australia, and at a minimum be required to undertake police and basic credit checks as a condition of employment. If you are a QBE employee, please inform your Manager before applying. For more information, click the APPLY button to submit your details.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Talent Acquisition Consultant / Technical Recruiter

    WHY JOIN? Australian Hyper-Growth Startup - Head Office in Sydney Winner of Westpac Innovative Business of Tomorrow 2018 No. 5 on Forbes Cloud 100 for 2018 Rising stars Deloittes 21 Fastest Growing Technology Startups in Aus 2018 Raised 111M Series B Round led by IVP, OpenView (our Series A investor), Square Peg Capital and EVP. Global Growth across APAC, America and EMEA. Make a genuine impact on the growth of Deputy and influence how processes are established as we scale internationally YOUR MISSION Reporting to the Recruitment Manager APAC, you will play an important role in helping Deputy scale globally. Become a true and effective Business Partner to internal stakeholders. You will be tasked with proactively sourcing and pipelining great talent to join Deputy. You will provide an amazing candidate experience while taking ownership of the end to end recruitment process. WHAT YOULL DO Manage the full candidate journey, with a focus on providing a great candidate experience for all Build and manage networks and talent pools of high calibre Tech candidates by utilising an array of tools at your disposal Constant engagement with the Tech talent community - screening, sourcing, attending events etc Acting as a key brand champion for Deputy in the market Be a trusted advisor to hiring managers, working closely with them to ensure a deep understanding of role requirements Delivering exceptional recruitment services ensuring Hiring Manager expectations are exceeded throughout the recruitment lifecycle Assist the Recruitment Manager and People Culture team to work on Deputys employer brand HOW YOULL DO IT Experience recruiting roles in IT Tech required (Software engineering and IT experience would be advantageous) Recruitment - 5+ years experience in recruitment, agency or internal. Adaptability - has the ability to work in a fast paced ever changing startup environment Strong communicator - can effectively and confidently communicate to all levels of the business Initiative - able to work independently and find the best way to get results Trusted advisor - you strive to impress and find new ways of recruiting to delight your internal stakeholders and potential candidates Strategic thinker - can look at a problem and think of new and exciting ways of solving it PERKS Hack Days Training Career Development Flexible Work Catered lunch Team Building Events WANT TO KNOW MORE? At Deputy we™re on a mission to change the way the world works. Since 2008 over 200 million shifts have been rostered on Deputy, in over 80 countries, and across 245 different industries. We were 21 in Deloitte™s Fastest Growing Tech Startups 2018, winner of Westpac™s Innovative Business of Tomorrow 2018, and 5 in Forbes™ Cloud 100 2018. And we™re only just getting started. We™re making it easier for businesses and teams to roster staff, manage leave, complete payroll and take the admin out of work so that our customers can focus on doing what they love. We hire amazing people to do what they™re best at, and work with some incredible businesses all around the world. Check out these videos Deputy Explained, DeputyDays Check out why our employees and customers love us Jess (Sales) Hannah (UXUI Design), Louis (Head of Mobile), GetApp and G2Crowd. Deputy believes in equal opportunity and that inclusiveness and diversity promotes innovation. Our global team members are from a variety of cultures. And we welcome different perspective and skills. Interested? Apply now

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Head of Learning and Development

    QBE is one of the top 20 global general insurers and is recognised as Australias largest international insurance and reinsurance Company, with operations in 37 countries around the world. An exciting opportunity of Head of Learning Development has become available within Human Resources of QBE™s Australia and New Zealand Operations (ANZO). Reporting to the new position of General Manager Organisational Development, this role will lead the Learning and Development Centre of Excellence accountable for identifying, developing and delivering high impact and commercial learning solutions across QBE ANZO. With demonstrated knowledge and experience developing and implementing learning and development programs across both leadership and technical domains, you will be given a fantastic opportunity to design ANZO™s Learning and Development strategy to build leadership, business critical and core capabilities needed for current and future success. The Opportunity Build a capable Learning Design and Delivery team providing coaching and development. Design the ANZO Learning strategy to build leadership, critical and core capabilities. Manage the LD budget. Collaborate with HR Business Partners and Senior Leaders to understand business strategy and identify learning needs. Provide specialist advice and solutions to HR Business Partners and Senior Leaders on learning solutions to address changing workforce demographics, resolve business challenges and realise opportunities. Ensure the LD function delivers the right strategies, frameworks and programs to achieve business outcomes. What does success look like? Significant experience in designing, developing and implementing learning and development programs across both leadership and technical domains, including facilitation. A commercially focused and pragmatic approach to LD outcomes. Demonstrated business partneringinternal consulting experience. Innovation in capability development strategies. Strong commercial acumen. Team leadership and coaching skills. Strong problem-solving and decision-making skills. Change management. What™s in it for you? You will be provided with a competitive salary package and benefits, in an environment that offers support, and encourages career development and learning. QBE recognises the value of diversity in the workplace and supports a range of flexible work arrangements to promote a better familylifework balance. Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their eligibility to work in Australia, and at a minimum be required to undertake police and basic credit checks as a condition of employment. If you are a QBE employee, please inform your Manager before applying. For more information, click the APPLY button to submit your details.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Occupational Health & Safety Advisor - Multiple Roles

    Monash Medical Centre Clayton Full Time Ongoing Multiple OHS Advisor roles available three full time ongoing one 6 months fixed term Join Victoria™s largest public health service Based at Clayton Dandenong, travel is required About Monash Health The OHS Group The Monash Health OHS Group provides OHS support to all areas of Monash Health. Monash Health is the largest public health service in Victoria. With over 17,000 employees across more then 45 sites the Monash Health is a diverse and dynamic organisation. About the OHS Advisor role The Monash Health OHS Group is seeking experienced and enthusiastic OHS Advisors to join their team. OHS Advisors will work closely with key stakeholder to prevent and manage OHS risk, enhance employee health and influence and inspire a positive safety culture. Working collaboratively with a commitment to providing a safe and healthy workplace and achieving OHS targets to enable everyone to return home safely from work each day. About you You have proven experience in OHS and will bring to Monash Health your commitment to providing a standard of occupational health and safety. So if you have¦ Proven experience in OHS,Risk Management Excellent verbal and written communication skills Experience in maintenance of OHS Management Systems Advanced Excel skills Experience in coaching, implementation of risk management frameworks to build capability in relation to managing ohs risk Effective interpersonal and relationship management skills Minimum of certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety Then join us Please note In your cover letter please specify if you are applying for the full time permanent vacancies, or the six month fixed term vacancy (commences Feb 2019). Responsibilities Support the implementation of the OHS Management System and the OHS Strategy 2018-2023 Strengthen organisational capability, prevent and manage workplace injury, enhance staff health, ensure legislative compliance within allocated portfolio Provide OHS training, coaching, advisory support and work collaboratively with stakeholders to build capability in relation to managing risk, influencing and inspiring a positive safety culture Reduce the human and financial cost associated with workplace injuries and improve employee health and wellbeing In return As an employee of the largest public health service in Victoria, you will have access to benefits including salary packaging options that increase your take-home pay, onsite staff car parking and gym and a generous Employee Assistance Program. Monash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. Any offer of employment will be confirmed on the successful outcome of a Police Check and Working with Children™s Check. As part of our selection process, you may be invited by e-mail to participate in an on-camera video interview. Please note that applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health Mercury System only and we are unable to accept email applications. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Enquiries Sue Forrest Ph 0404 802 581 Applications Close 20122018 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Mulgrave Ct, Clayton VIC 3168, Australia


  • Business Development Manager - Recruitment

    ROBERT HALF 70-years in business NYSE Listed, Headquartered in California, 350+ offices worldwide Member of the widely tracked SP 500 index In 2018, once again named to FORTUNE® magazines Worlds Most Admired Companies list, ranking 1 in our industry for service quality and innovation We are a US-listed, multi-national service provider with operations throughout the Asia Pacific region. We pride ourselves on our service and product offering to clients and have one of the highest client retention ratings in the industry. We are well positioned for the future after 24 consecutive quarters of growth globally across all service offerings. At Robert Half our passion is helping candidates find rewarding jobs and assisting companies build strong teams. We offer recruitment consultant careers to individuals who share that passion, and build on it with drive, an entrepreneurial spirit and a proven track record of achievement. THE ROLE We are seeking talented, driven Business Development Manager - Recruitment, to join our divisions in our Brisbane CBD office. As a Business Development Manager - Recruitment, you will partner with employers and job seekers to match the right person with the right job. You will need to be adept at understanding the needs and wants of each client™s business coupled with an in-depth knowledge of their culture and workplace environment - and then match these fundamental requirements to the skills, experience and personalities of prospective candidates. Some of the key aspects of your role as a Recruiter will include Prospecting for new client business and building a strong network of contacts Actively engaging with clients and making recommendations regarding the top talent available Sourcing candidates through business contacts, direct recruiting, existing database and internet advertising Developing plans to achieve weekly, monthly and quarterly business growth goals with your team THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE You could be the right fit for our team if you have a passion for people, outstanding communication skills, strong business development negotiation skills and a great work ethic You will also have a natural affinity for developing rapport with others, self-management, a passion for excellence and hard work are the cornerstones of success in our high-performance sales culture. WHAT WE OFFER REWARD - your initiative and hard work will be rewarded. As a valued member of the Robert Half team, you will be offered highly competitive benefits and industry-leading compensation HAPPINESS - we value the importance of workplace happiness. That™s why as a company we offer a productive work environment with a collaborative, innovative, and ethical work culture. WELLNESS - we are proud to offer a relaxed and happy working environment, including benefits such as Early finish every Friday Fresh breakfast every single day Personal trainer and other fitness options provided every Tuesday Free skin cancer checks flu vaccinations Lunch provided every Friday TRAINING DEVELOPMENT - we foster an environment where our employees are motivated, energised and supported every step of the way through ongoing career development. Our on-boarding is second to none, geared towards setting you up for success. Most importantly, we work hard to ensure our employees know that their work is highly valued. APPLY TODAY Please send us your resume by clicking on the apply button, or email directly to Internal Recruitment at alyssa.bezhehroberthalf.com.au Applicants must have full working rights in Australia Successful applicants will be contacted within 1~2 business days of applying

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


  • Return to Work Coordinator

    Healthcare Australia (HCA) is the leading health care recruitment solutions provider of nursing staff, aged care workers and medical specialist placements for both on-hire and direct healthcare in Australia with operations in every state and territory in multiple industries. This role is a hybrid role looking after Return to Work for the NSW and Work Health Safety Administration to support to RTWC in other States and Territories. The role will focus on continuously improving and driving RTW and treatment outcomes. The RTW Coordinator will coach and provide one on one support to team members regarding claims management strategy and treatment approvals. You will provide high quality RTW advice, support and guidance to managers, supervisors and employees to assist them in meeting their respective responsibilities. You will be required to assist with the management and implementation of all the WHS management systems and associated internalexternal audits. You will have a sound understanding and legislative knowledge of all areas in workplace health and safety as well as workers compensation. You enjoy a hands-on team environment, display organisational, compassionate qualities and are procedures driven to complete all areas of your role thoroughly. If you™re looking for a challenging and rewarding role, this will suit you well. We will highly regard Your skills in consultation and engagement at every level of the organisation Your knowledge of the Workers Compensation and Return work legislation and regulation with a national scope Attention to detail Your skills in interrogation, analytics, reporting and the general management data bases and excel reporting Demonstrated experience or in-depth knowledge of the agency and on-hire labour industries experience working in a people centric, process oriented, multi-site service business being able to see over the horizon providing innovative and effective problem solving If you are looking to join a market leader in the ever-growing healthcare industry and contributing towards delivering the highest level of patient care in Australia, then HCA is for you. We are a people-centric business with core values of integrity, excellence, collaboration, innovation and sustainability being the heart and soul of what we deliver to our clients, candidates and patients. Please send online applications only, directly through this website. Please note that only candidates who are shortlisted for interview will be contacted directly.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Human Resources Administrator - L&D Focus

    The JPL Group incorporates Prouds the Jewellers, Angus Coote and Goldmark stores throughout Australia with over 450 stores and 5000 Team Members nationwide. As Australias largest family owned Jewellery retailer, we pride ourselves on our high standards and drive for success. We currently have a vacancy in our Human Resources Department for an experienced Human Resources Administrator. he role is located in our Support Office at Summer Hill (NSW), walking distance to all public transport. The role has a focus on being the main driver of our learning management system and communication platform. In addition, the role will allow you to build working relationships with departments to ensure the content on the platform is relevant and current. Your role and responsibilities will consist but are not limited to Champion the implementation of the communication hub. Manage the platform on a daily basis by keeping it fresh and alive. Support the configuration, testing and implementation of new releases of modules prior to the implementation and access granted to the JPL Group. Learn the scope of Galaxy and proactively diagnosis issues to design appropriate solutions. Act as the point of contact for external vendors and partners to implement and resolve issues as required. Assist with the system administration and configurations of HR processes on the platform as required by the HR Department. Troubleshoot and train team members and stores on how to best use the software. Monitor current system functionality and make appropriate recommendations to enhance the platform. Escalate and communicate unresolvable issues to the appropriate internal and external stakeholders when necessary. Run monthly reports and distribute accordingly. Analyse and interpret generated reports and provide appropriate recommendations to enhance engagement. Assist with creating scorm files for all our training modules. General HR duties may be assigned. Key competencies to succeed in the role include HR degree and previous HR experience would be desirable. Minimum 1 year experience using the World Manager platform or a HRMS. Intermediate MS Office Skills. Love the buzz of working in the busy retail environment. Highly organised, deadline driven and proactive. Exceptional interpersonal and diplomatic skills. Ability to work autonomously. High level of professionalism and work ethic. Excellent attention to detail skills. This is a fantastic opportunity in a large retail business If this sounds like a role you would be interested in and you are able to demonstrate the requirements for the role, please send your application to recruitmentjpla.biz. If you have any questions about the role you can contact the Group HR Manager, on 02) 8789 4613. As part of the JPL Recruitment process, the successful applicants will be required to complete a National Police Criminal History Check from the relevant State andor Territory heshe resides in before they receive an Employment offer. Please allow up to two weeks for application processing. In the event your application is shortlisted, you will be contacted to arrange an initial phone screen and then if your application proceeds to the next stage, a face to face interview will be arranged. If you are however unsuccessful we thank you for your application. The JPL Group is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals without regard to gender, race, age, disability or any other characteristic protected by law. Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be considered.

    location George St, Burwood NSW 2134, Australia


  • Human Resources Business Partner

    The Human Resources team within Computershare serves as a support to our most valuable resource people. We™re looking for an experienced HR professional to join us as we move to a global business model where you™ll play an important role in guiding the business through this transition. If this sounds exciting to you rather than daunting “ read on This role reports to the HR Business Partnering Manager and is based at Computershare™s global head office in Abbotsford (a short walk from Victoria Park train station). Occasional travel to our Port Melbourne site may also be required. You™ll work collaboratively with the broader HR team which consists of Recruitment, Learning and Development, Organisational Development, HRIS, Remuneration and Benefits and HR Support. You™ll also work closely with your fellow HR Business Partners whilst also being assigned your own business units so you can truly partner with them. Some of your responsibilities will include Work in partnership with senior management teams to identify the people implications of strategic and business plans and other development Provide guidance and input on staff engagement, business unit restructures, change management, workforce planning and succession planning. Analyse trends and metrics in partnership with the rest of the HR team to develop solutions, programs and policies Provide professional strategic and operational advice on the interpretation of HR policies and procedures, employment legislation, and managing change processes Constructively challenge decisions and influence senior management teams on people management solutions Manage and resolve employee relations issues by conducting effective, fit-for-purpose and objective investigations We™re keen to speak to people who have A results focus with the ability to cut through ambiguity The confidence, credibility and emotional intelligence to challenge and influence people at all levels of the business Successfully navigated their way through a complex organisation and worked collaboratively to achieve common goals Demonstrated a strong customer focus by delivering outcomes that benefit the business A tertiary qualification in HR HR generalist experience with exposure to performance management, redundancies, terminations, award and legislation interpretation What we can offer you Computershare prides itself on offering a professional, team-oriented working environment that continues to grow in exciting and challenging industries around the globe. People with commitment and drive thrive within our high-performance and results-focused culture. They are rewarded with opportunities for flexibility, continuous personal development and the support necessary to achieve their goals and build a rewarding career. If youd like to discuss further, please contact Anna Davies on 03 9415 5069 noting I work part-time and the best days to contact me are Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays. Computershare may conduct a criminal background check on applicants subject to current legislation. We want every person who joins our team, every customer and every supplier to feel welcome. We see diversity as a source of strength - the more perspectives we have, the better equipped we™ll be to meet the demands of our diverse global customer base. We believe in equality for everyone, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender identity, race, religion, disability or sexual orientation. CERTAINTY INGENUITY ADVANTAGE

    location Abbotsford VIC 3067, Australia


  • Learning & Development Coordinator

    The Human Resources (HR) team within Computershare serves as a support to our most valuable resource people. The national team works in partnership with leaders across Australia, to provide professional knowledge, advice and support on people management matters across all business units. About the role We have an exciting opportunity for a Learning Development (LD) Coordinator to join our dynamic Learning Development Team. Reporting to the Senior Manager - LD, the LD Coordinator will be involved in training support and administration as well as the delivery and development of digital content. Responsibilities include (but not limited to) Administration of Computershare™ Learning Management System (LMS). This may involve compliance training, course and schedule maintenance and development of the user interface Providing support for internal and external events organised and run by the LD team Providing LD training reports that help to promote training andor other LD functions Develop rapid eLearning solutions using 3rd party eLearning development tools. This may include Content writing development Screen Recording Deploying eLearning into an LMS Environment The creation of short eLearning courses Working with a range of diverse stakeholders to answer general queries and well as develop content for a range of LD initiatives Manage, maintain and design SharePoint content To be successful in this role you must have the following Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to tailor communications to a range of diverse stakeholders The ability to manage conflicting priorities and meet deadlines which are set Proactivity and the ability to be flexible and manage ambiguity Technological savviness, with the ability to learn a variety of software programs including eLearning software™s. Strong attention to detail The ability to work effectively and collaboratively across the HR Department and wider organisation Desirable skillsexperiences Experience in a business coordination role (preferably training, marketing or communications) Event management coordination experience Web management and web content management (style sheets) Experience in eLearning development and publishing with exposure to eLearning Software, SCORM AICC Packaging and HTML) A tertiary qualification in communications, journalism marketing or similar. Experience training or presenting information to groups Benefits and Culture The opportunity to work for a large global corporation (over 16,000 employees)Great discounts and benefits from various companies and Employee Share Plan A wide variety of internal training courses A supportive work environment with friendly peers and management To apply, click on the ˜apply™ button and follow the application process. We want every person who joins our team, every customer and every supplier to feel welcome. We see diversity as a source of strength - the more perspectives we have, the better equipped we™ll be to meet the demands of our diverse global customer base. We believe in equality for everyone, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender identity, race, religion, disability or sexual orientation. Please go to our website to read our Diversity and Inclusion Policy. CERTAINTY INGENUITY ADVANTAGE

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Payroll Officer

    ISS is a global facility management company with over 510,000 employees throughout 52 countries. We are seeking value oriented people to join our local team of 13,500 working HEROs. ISS service a wide range of sectors including Resources, Aviation Transport, Healthcare, Education and Commercial. At ISS, we ensure our employees have a safe work environment and are engaged and motivated to provide the best possible service to our customers, and welcome you to join us on our journey in realising our vision in becoming The Worlds Greatest Service Organisation Our team is growing and we are currently seeking people to join us in the position of Payroll Officer at our Macquarie Park office, employed on a Full Time basis to start in January 2019. The Position Process new employees, on going maintenance and leave Process all salary, bonuses and any other adhoc process Process all timesheets and changes each fortnightweek Responsible for the accurate reconciliation of Payroll Run to timesheets received and reports provided to Operations To apply for this role please click on the apply link and complete the online application. You can review your application status and keep up to date with our current vacancies by visiting our ISS Careers Website httpwww.au.issworld.comour-peopleCareers Before you leave, click on following link to see our inspiring ISS Tribute Video. We hope you enjoy your recruitment experience and we look forward to having you on board httpswww.youtube.comwatch?feature=playerembeddedv=bbVh9B98WI Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

    location Sydney NSW 2113, Australia


  • Senior Talent & Acquisition Advisor

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented and experienced Senior Talent Acquisition Advisor to be part of our high performing team based in Brisbane. Reporting to the Manager Talent Acquisition, this role will be responsible for providing end-to-end recruitment support across the Calibre Group with a focus on supporting our Professional Services business. In this hands-on role your key focus will be to provide white collar recruitment services and your responsibilities will include Working closely with stakeholders to determine recruitment requirements and managing the end-to-end recruitment process Proactively partnering with the recruitment team and the wider business to understand Calibre™s recruitment forecast and key sourcing trends Designing and deploying fit for purpose talent attraction strategies Managing relationships with agency suppliers including ensuring compliance with labour hire agreements Cultivating and managing talent pools aligned with our critical talent segments and effectively pipelining them into relevant opportunities Utilise networks and online capabilities to procure strong candidates across a myriad of job types To be successfully considered for this role, you will have 8+ years™ experience in a similar role in an Engineering consultancy ideally with experience recruiting across Urban Development, Building Structures, Transport etc Experience in the implementation and delivery of talent pipelines Strong stakeholder management skills Consultative and proactive approach With offices across the Asia Pacific region, Calibre is a trusted partner within the resources, urban, technologies, defence, transport and infrastructure markets, bringing together diversified engineering, advisory, project delivery, construction and asset management services. Turning knowledge into value, we deliver positive economic and social outcomes for our clients and the communities in which we work and live. If you want to join the Calibre team APPLY NOW.

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


  • HR Manager

    Wall Street is a HR Systems and Service provider for small to medium business. We understand and embrace people as well as the commercial realities. With over 20 years experience in HR, Sales and Recruitment we help our clients create value for their business through their most valuable asset, their people. Currently we have an exciting position for a talented HR Manager to help us manage our accounts. The objective or this role is to make sure that our clients are always getting the most from their employees. In order to do that we are responsible to make sure the right people are hired, managed correctly and given a reason to contribute to the success of our clients organisations. Responsibilities Account Management Understand Manage expectations of the relevant stakeholders Reporting on agreed performance indicators Constant focus on improvement Effect culture of our clients according to their requirements and Wall Street Philosophy HR Consultation Write all relevant Position Descriptions using the Wall Street Philosophy Review and update all HR Manuals and Contracts Conduct all Appraisals as per Wall Street procedure Conduct all final interviews for new hires Make sure that employee goals and organisational goals are always aligned, focusing on outcome driven objectives. Make sure that all HR documentation is up to date and records are kept according to Wall Street procedure. Internal Process Improvement Make sure that their is constant system improvement to help us achieve our objective Monitor and improve cost of account management without sacrificing service levels Understand and use IT tools to improve all efficiency Requirements Commercial understanding of running a business People Management experience and knowledge IT and systems - understanding how to use technology to help HR Pride in presentation - written and physical 3+ years experience as a HR Manager To apply for this exciting role please click the Apply Now Button Or Call Zena at Wall Street on 1300 652 661

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Talent Acquisition

    Senior Internal Talent Acquisition Business Partner The role We™re looking for a Senior Internal Recruiter to join the Sydney HQ of a thriving data business. As a proficient recruiter, you™ll need to be equipped with a strong agency recruitment background and have the ability to drive recruitment from the front across various type of roles. Working closely with your business stakeholders, you™ll manage the end to end recruitment life cycle from brief to offer. You™ll source candidates through direct channels and partner closely with your managers for current and future recruitment needs. You™ll work closely with the People and Culture team, as well as driving specialist projects across the employer value proposition and employer brand development. You™ll be responsible for monthly reporting activity, so demonstrated experience of reporting and analysis is going to be integral to your success. About you Ideally, you™ve gained experience recruiting technical roles as well as core business functions such as finance and legal. You have the ability to source, select and assess talent across a number of disciplines with ease. And you™re known for securing exceptional talent for even the hardest to fill roles. If you™ve worked within an RPO setting, then even better You™re headhunting skills are second to none. You blitz LinkedIn and have grown a strong personal network of top quality candidates. You have experience in talent pipelining and a solid understanding of selection assessment methods and their application. You™re a hustler, with a fast-paced and delivery focussed mindset. You work autonomously and are always looking for the next challenge. To be successful in this role you™ll need to be self-motivated and have the initiative to ramp up recruitment campaigns for the benefit of the business. What else is there? Opportunity to work on projects outside of recruitment Collaborate with senior level stakeholders Own the recruitment process and strategy for your business unit Be part of a supportive and genuine culture Bonus potential. Interested? If you™d like to know more about this role or want to discuss other Talent Acquisition opportunities, please get in touch with Amy Skinner on 0437 344 694 or email amytheonset.com.au

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • HR Graduate

    Wall Street is a HR Systems and Service provider for small to medium business. We understand and embrace people as well as the commercial realities. With over 20 years experience in HR, Sales and Recruitment we help our clients create value for their business through their most valuable asset, their people. Currently we have an exciting position for a HR Graduate. This would suit someone who is keen to get their foot in the door and launch their career in HR This role will be support out HR team in recruitment, with a direct pathway to becoming a HR CoordinatorGeneralist - Working with exciting brands such as, National Basketball League, Tigerlily, Crumpler, Melbourne United and many more.. Your role would include Maintain our database and filing system. Maintaining professional relationships with all staff and clients. Support the recruitment team by screening resumes, completing phone screening and reference checks. Work strategically with our HR Coordinators and Managers to ensure we are targeting the right candidates. Skills Demonstrated experience in administration procedures. Sound interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to work in a close team environment. Demonstrated willingness to adapt to different situations and tasks on a day to day basis. Fluency in the Microsoft office suite, in particular Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, Outlook, Publisher, Internet. To be considered for this exciting role, please APPLY NOW Alternatively, call Zena on 03 9868 9950

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant

    Provide support to the continuous improvement of the Talent Acquisition function through development and implementation for all Talent Acquisition programs. With limited guidance, provide comprehensive Talent Acquisition support in Asia. This will include providing expertise, support and advice on the Talent Acquisition process to assigned management teams as required. RESPONSIBILITIES Manage recruiting for defined portfolio with ANZ region Assist Talent Acquisition management with regular evaluations of the applicant pool and assess, track and report on time to hire, cost to hire, diversity of hires, to identify trends and cost effectiveness. Oversee and manage special Talent Acquisition projects as assigned. Represent company at recruiting events and professional conferences. Plan and execute hiring events. Manage cost effective methods to provide recruiting tools, including contracts with recruiting agencies, job boards, background companies and other outside contracts. Conduct periodic evaluations of current contracts and provide recommendations for modifications. Assist with managing projects related to legislation in the recruitment process within HR and across the business, HR systems, practices, procedures and compliance. With limited guidance, provide coaching and counseling to functional business leaders, line management and executive management to effectively support strategic Talent Acquisition goals. Meet with functional business leaders and executive management to communicate and deliver strategic Talent Acquisition solutions as required. Maintain data needed to improve policies and practices recommend and implement enhancements to support a diverse workforce comply with local and regional hiring guidelines and procedures, particularly for applicant tracking. Provide reports to functional business leaders and executive management quarterly or as requested regarding strategic Talent Acquisition activity. Keep abreast of market trends and demand impacting the company™s ability to attract competitive candidates coordinate with the compensation team on salary offer considerations and equity concerns. Support activities and initiatives associated with change management involving reorganizations, mergersacquisitions and transfers to ensure compliance with local legislation. Ensure the provision of timely employee-related information to management teams as necessary. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Sound knowledge of legislation in the recruitment process Strong stakeholder management skills Strong verbal and written communication skills and very good interpersonal skills Expert coaching and counseling skills Excellent problem-solving with sound judgment and decision-making skills Excellent presentation skills Good understanding and awareness of the commercial environment and market trends Good customer service skills Good ability to work in a matrix environment Good attention to detail Good computer skills including Microsoft Office applications and HRIS applications Good organization and project management skills in leading a project Effective influencing skills Very high degree of discretion and confidentiality Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, managers and clients

    location Sydney NSW 2065, Australia


  • Talent Acquisition Specialist - Clinical/Healthcare

    Extraordinary career opportunity in Adelaide CBD Initial 6 month fixed-term contract Be part of a highly reputable global company About You You are a passionate and driven recruiter who is committed to achieving extraordinary outcomes for the business. As someone who makes the most of your expertise, you love the challenge of filling even the trickiest role across complex sectors. You™re adaptable and flexible in an ever-changing environment and skilled in utilising social recruitment and executive search tools to unearth those elusive candidates You have outstanding communication skills coupled with a persuasive style and now find yourself seeking a more challenging and rewarding career within a global organisation. About the Role Reporting to the Talent Acquisition Manager and based at our Shared Service Centre in Adelaide, you will provide high quality, end to end internal Clinical recruitment services across high-profile contracts within the AsPac region. You will proactively plan, attract, source and maintain a pipeline of exceptional candidates to meet our variable business requirements. You will develop meaningful and influential relationships which will ensure you™re a trusted advisor to the business. You may lead a small team within an inclusive global resourcing function. On occasion, you may be required to travel. To be successful in this role, you will have The highest levels of personal integrity and ethical behaviour. Substantial clinical recruitment experience possess a strong understanding of clinical credentialing. Experience in all elements of the recruitment process including candidate attraction, networking, assessing legislation. Proven creative ability in developing implementing effective sourcing strategies. Strong executive search skills including the ability to confidently market map head hunt in niche markets. Exceptional stakeholder management customer service skills. A solid understanding of metrics, branding, diversity, talent mobility, social media workforce planning. A solution focused approach, looking at how to make things possible This is a position of trust and responsibility and to support this we will conduct a thorough probity assessment, which includes a national police check as an essential selection component for this role. About Us Within our Group Corporate teams, we collaborate and support the operational arms of Serco™s Asia Pacific division. We problem solve and innovate across a range of disciplines including Corporate Affairs, Finance, Information Technology, Legal, Sales and Bids. At Serco, you™ll be part of a team of more than 50,000 people delivering essential services on behalf of governments and organisations around the world. We apply worlds best practice, insights and technology across six key sectors Citizen Services, Defence, Healthcare, Immigration, Justice and Transport. But no matter your role or where you™re based, we each share the same goal “ to bring service to life to make a positive difference every day. To learn more please visit www.serco.comaspac Join Us If you are inspired to make a positive difference and would like to be considered for this opportunity, please submit your cover letter and resume by clicking the Apply Now button. Serco values of Trust, Care, Innovation and Pride underpin everything we do. We are curious, creative and collaborative. Our people help in ways that matter. We are committed to diversity and we encourage people from different backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse and people with disabilities to apply.

    location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia


  • Practice Head | Accountancy & Finance

    My client Regarded for exceptional service to their clients and candidates alike, my client is an Australian brand synonymous to Professional and Technical staffing, with multi-site offices in Australia. Employing over 50 people, they have exciting expansion plans for 2019 with additional head-count across all offices. Position Manage the growth of their established and successful Accountancy Finance division tasked with growing the team (currently 2 - highly experienced) Lead from the front to drive sales strategy and revenue in line with company growth Manage senior client stakeholder relationships across Commerce Industry - established Tier 1 PSA™s Train and develop your team to ensure success and compliance through collaboration with internal Training Development Fantastic career progression to Director level including Profit Share Equity About You Demonstrable track record in Accountancy Finance Recruitment in Melbourne Strong leadership skills Ability to communicate and influence effectively Understand how to coach and develop consultants at all levels Strong business acumen and be commercially savvy Articulate and able to pitch to all levels of Stakeholder Management On offer 120k -140k base (neg.) - OTE 200k-250k (Uncapped) - Equity Profit Share - Fully expensed iPhone - Laptop - Excellent benefits incentives 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


  • Remuneration and Benefits Advisor

    CPB Contractors is a leading international construction company and a member of the CIMIC Group. We combine the construction track record and expertise formerly delivered by Leighton Contractors and Thiess, and we also include the people and projects of Leighton Asia. In conjunction with our clients and partners, CPB Contractors is delivering important and iconic projects across all key sectors of the construction industry, meaning we offer significant and diverse work opportunities. We are building on the strong foundations of our unique history to create a successful and sustainable future. Safely delivering next-generation infrastructure that better connects people and transforms communities is at the heart of what we do. About the role A new opportunity for an experienced Remuneration and Benefits advisor has become available. Reporting to the Group Manager, Remuneration and Benefits, this is an immediate start six-month maximum term position based in our North Sydney head office. This position is required to support CPB and its Group entities ensuring the remuneration and benefits team meet the demands of the remuneration review. Key Responsibilities Develop reward solutions and implement initiatives to support the delivery of the HR strategic and annual business plans, referencing tax, employment, corporations, immigration, superannuation and industrial relations legislation Ensure that accurate and timely information and reporting on market remuneration practices, retentions and special incentive arrangements Demonstrate that simple business standards, tools, knowledge and processes for remuneration and benefits across the company are developed, implemented and maintained Provide guidance and advice for HR on legislative changes and interpretation of business standards Remuneration benchmarking for all employees, including executives Skills and Experience To be successful in this role, the candidate will have the following skills, experience and demonstrate the below competencies Bachelor degree in area of speciality (or equivalent experience) At least 10 years™ experience as a remuneration specialist Highly numerate and analytical, together with a high level of accuracy and strong attention to detail Advanced level skills in data analytics and modelling using Microsoft Excel Strong relationship management and communication skills, including the ability to influence key stakeholders Demonstrated ability to listen and understand client needs, and offer pragmatic solutions aligned to business needs Capacity to work independently and as part of a team CPB Contractors is an equal opportunity employer, committed to workplace diversity and to providing flexible work opportunities at our offices and projects. We support women in construction and Indigenous advancement and participation, and encourage people of all cultural backgrounds to apply. Please note This role is being sourced through CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies.

    location Sydney NSW 2060, Australia


  • Employment Relations Adviser | Sydney CBD

    Australias best reward and recognition program Opportunities for career progression into technical specialist roles, field based roles or moving into a disruptive legal based model Providing HR services to small and medium sized business across Australia The opportunity Employsure is Australias leading specialist in workplace relations. With over 18,000 small business clients, we are changing the way businesses look at their workplace relations and seek advice. The Adviser role is a stepping stone for a successful career within workplace relations in Australia. You will be joining the largest disruptor of its kind in Australia where the growth potential is very realistic. Initially in this role you will be responding to inbound advice queries via email and telephone in an efficient and productive manner. Your role will be to provide accurate and expert advice on disciplinary and performance management matters, dismissals, wage rates, discrimination in the workplace, bullying and harassment, work health and safety queries and many more workplace matters. Your ability to manage clients expectations through difficult times will be paramount and your organisation and prioritisation skills are a must in the successful delivery of the world class service that we offer. Key accountabilities. Provide workplace relations advice by phone and email Guide clients to manage their ER matters from strategy to execution Communicate complex information or concepts to clients in non-technical terms Provide timely and commercial advice to clients from all industry types Deliver industry defining service by partnering with clients as a trusted Adviser The right person will have experience working in an advisory role in an employer association or trade union will be highly regarded detailed and up to date knowledge of the national employment relations framework, together with relevant practical experience in providing professional quality advice across all workplace relations matters experience managing employee matters such as disciplinary action, redundancies and performance management from inception to completion experience interpreting or advising on Australias workplace laws such as the Fair Work Act or Modern Awards proven capability in providing timely commercial advice to clients, together with excellent verbal and written communication skills being essential qualifications in law, industrial relations or human resources are preferred As the leaders in our field we can offer clearly defined career paths your career path starts with the Adviser role where you refine the fundamentals of ER, and the ability to provide timely advice to busy business owners you have the potential to move into field based consultancy work or working in our Legal Services area if you have a Law degree consultancy work at its highest level involves becoming a Business Partner, resolving complex and at times highly challenging ER issues for clients onsite, that affect their business in material ways opportunities to cross skill in workplace health and safety occur at set intervals throughout your career path Why join Employsure? Our vision is to Build Better businesses starting with our own. Employsure works directly with small businesses to ensure they stay on top of rapidly changing legislation. Whether it be dealing with a difficult employee, facing a claim or reviewing health and safety, our clients can rest assured we have them covered. The opportunities are endless, with personal and professional growth being one of our top priorities. In addition, we offer our employees remarkable benefits. If you are looking for a role that can match your ambitions, we want to hear from you. With a global track record of over 30 years of success, this is your chance to join an industry leader who prides itself on expertise and innovation at an exciting time in the Australian and New Zealand market. Become a part of our exciting journey. Apply now.

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Recruitment Resourcer

    This role is multifunctional with no 2 days the same and you will undertake a range of supporting activities such as candidate sourcing management, writing...

    location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


  • Benefits Specialist

    Liaising with staff and management on payroll related queries. Opteon is an international provider of valuations, advisory and specialist property services in...

    location Docklands VIC, Australia


  • Human Resources Manager

    RetPro is a rapidly growing specialist retail property service provider. Our pillars of expertise are Shopping Centre Management, Retail Strategic Advisory Services and Retail Leasing. RetPros strength is its team of passionate, high performing, and dedicated retail property professionals, and as such the team is highly valued. Each team member has the opportunity to share ideas, and each team members development is viewed as imperative to the success of the business. And theres great coffee in the office Based in Head Office in Southbank, the HR Manager supports approximately 100 team members who are geographically dispersed across shopping centres in Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and New Zealand. This is the sole internal HR team member, working in conjunction with an external HR Consultant to deliver HR goals and action plans and meet the needs of internal clients. The main responsibilities are Onboarding, inductions, employee changes, and terminations, and all associated administration and communications to the team All HR administration, including maintaining HR records in the HRIS program, Diffuze, processing HR related invoices, and maintaining the organisation chart using Visio Recruitment in partnership with managers Provide generalist HR advice to employees and managers Keep HR policies up to date with current legislation, train managers on policies where necessary, and communicate and enforce policies throughout the business Facilitate and monitor performance review and employee development planning processes Initiate team building activities to nurture and enhance corporate culture HR projects, as required by the business It is imperative that you have At least 3 years experience in a similar position Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related discipline Previous exposure to HR software (we use Diffuze, but we can train you to use this) Excellent communication skills Strong attention to detail Problem solving and decision making skills A flexible approach Any exposure to New Zealand employment law would be beneficial, but is not mandatory. It would also be beneficial if you have experience within the retail property industry, or even if you like shopping centres and enjoy shopping The successful candidate will be rewarded with a great team environment, opportunities to learn and develop, and will be genuinely supported and valued by the management team and the company as a whole. Please include a cover letter with your application. Interviews will take place immediately, with a commencement date of early January 2019. A police check will be required as part of the interview process.

    location South Wharf VIC, Australia


  • HR Consultant | Employment Relations | WA

    70,000 + company vehicle + benefits + bonus Australia™s best reward and recognition program Implementing Employsures award winning service to small businesses in the field, travelling across WA and interstate when required Joining one of the most exciting, innovative, career growth focused companies in Australia The opportunity. Our HR Consultants assist over 18,000 clients in the implementation and understanding of the Employsure service. You will join a field based, highly autonomous team who are the primary face of our award winning service for our small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) clients around Australia. Joining a team of over 40 Consultants, you will take part in what we consider to be the best ongoing employment relations and OHS development program in the country. You will constantly be learning and developing within your Consultant role with our overall people goal at Employsure being to make all employees Better. There are various career growth trajectories on offer including people management, technical or training specialists as well as opportunities to transfer into other parts of the business. Having the opportunity to develop and produce a variety of employment documentation such as contracts, handbooks, policies and procedures while conducting compliance checks with our clients gives you an unmatched ability to make a significant difference in the way in which our clients operate their business. You will be required to quickly develop relationships with clients as well as providing specialist advice around Workplace Relations and Work Health and Safety issues in a face to face environment. You will be comfortable with the current employment legislative framework in Australia including the Fair Work Act, National Employment Standards and the Modern Awards. Employsures people are at the core of our business with benefits including a company bonus scheme, half yearly conferences, flexible work policy, state of the art technology, full diary management team, a very active social committee, additional leave entitlements, and much more. Key accountabilities. Travelling locally and around Australia to small business sites every day to implement the Employsure service Working with businesses around their needs and requirements in relation to employee relations and OHS Creation of documents including contracts, policies, handbooks and procedures, bespoke to each client Building relationships and creating yourself as the subject matter expert for all things workplace relations to our clients The right person will have background in Employment Law or HR focusing in Employment Relations and Work Health and Safety formal qualifications in law, HR and or Industrial Relations are essential experience in an autonomous role, preferably also working from home detailed knowledge of employment legislation and the Australian industrial relations and work health and safety framework is preferable strong prioritisation skills and ability to manage own workload clean driving record and able to use a vehicle daily ability to travel to other areas in Australia at short notice Why join Employsure? Our vision is to empower every business to succeed by setting solid foundations, starting with fair and safe workplaces. Employsure works directly with employers to ensure they stay on top of rapidly changing legislation. Whether it be dealing with a difficult employee, facing a claim or reviewing health and safety, our clients can rest assured we have them covered. The opportunities are endless, with an outstanding capacity for earnings. In addition, we offer our employees remarkable benefits. If you are looking for a role that can match your ambitions, we want to hear from you. With a global track record of over 30 years of success, this is your chance to join an industry leader who prides itself on expertise and innovation at an exciting time in the Australian market. Become a part of our exciting journey. Apply now.

    location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


  • EX/P2391 Senior Employee Relations Advisor (2 positions)

    Ipswich City Council is the driving force in a region which is a catalyst for future growth and change in South East Queensland. With a population set to double over the next 20 years, Ipswich has become a vibrant centre of community living. Working for Ipswich City Council means flexibility and worklife balance, a supportive work environment, job security, generous superannuation and most importantly a strong sense of community. You can be a part of history in shaping the future of this region and creating the solutions for growth in South East Queensland. These positions will support the Employee Relations Manager in the implementation of Employment Relations strategies and programs to secure the effective delivery of quality employee relations outcomes. This includes providing advice in relation to the interpretation of relevant legislation, industrial awards and agreement and contributing to programs, projects and continuous improvement initiatives. The successful candidates will ensure that proper process is followed in relation to performance, management, misconduct and termination of employment, as well as enhance supervisory leadership capability by providing training, advice, coaching and mentoring. To be successful in this role, candidates will ideally possess a tertiary qualification in employmentindustrial relations, human resources or a related discipline in addition to Detailed knowledge of statutory requirements relevant to Human Resource matters Detailed knowledge of best practice policy, programs and procedures particularly in relation to performance management, industrial and employee relations and equal employment opportunity Demonstrated experience in coaching and guiding managers Demonstrated experience in undertaking complaint investigation and Proven interpersonal and negotiation skills including experience in communicating with a wide range of stakeholders. How to Apply As part of the application process, you will be required to provide a covering letter of no more than 2 pages outlining the key reasons for your interest in the role, your contact address and telephone number, and, a copy of your resume, that includes details of education and qualifications and your employment history in chronological order starting with current position and the names and contact details of two referees. Please indicate in your covering letter if you would like to be considered for the permanent andor project position. These positions are full time (one permanent and one fixed-term for 12 months) with a salary range of 93,287 to 98,937 per annum plus a Council contribution to superannuation of up to 12. To download Position Description click here Click on Apply Online to apply For more information on how to apply click here Please note that shortlisting for these vacancies will commence in January, 2019. Closing date Wednesday 12 December 2018 at 11.59pm.

    location Queensland 4305, Australia


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