HR Director Jobs In Australia

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  • Human Resources Manager (Mandarin Speaking)

    Human Resources Manager (Mandarin Speaking) About Us KVB Kunlun Group is an international financial services corporation with operations or offices in Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne, Hong Kong, Toronto, Taipei and Singapore. We pride ourselves on our professional and disciplined approach to financial markets. We offer a unique combination of international strength and local flexibility that has helped propel our rapid global expansion and placed us at the vanguard of international global financial services. About the Role We are currently seeking an experienced and hands-on HR manager role, be responsible for all-rounded HR management and provide excellent HR services to managers and employees in Australia and New Zealand in line with company strategy, policies and local regulations. The main job responsibilities include but not limited to Develop and monitor overall HR strategies, systems, tactics, policies and procedures across the company, and promote understanding within the company End to end recruitment Employee life-cycle activities Provide expert advice to all levels of managers on HR related matters including performance management, employee relations, Industrial relations etc. Responsible for developing and monitoring HR annual budget and mid-year adjustment Coach and manage a small HR Team Responsible for WHS function Monthly HR management reporting Oversee payroll function Ideal candidates should come with Minimum of 5 years™ experience as an all rounded Human Resources Manager Solid knowledge of employment laws and relevant industrial instruments in Australia andor New Zealand Well-developed written and spoken communication skills in both English and Mandarin Hands-on, approachable and professional, with solid problem-solving skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks Self-motivated and well organised Demonstrates ability to serve as a knowledgeable resource to the executive management team Knowledge of HR systems and databases Sound judgement, ability to retain confidentiality and use discretion. Experience in financial services industry or professional services work environments would be highly valued Experience in implementing HR Information Management Systems would be useful Degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Business, or other relevant degrees Able to travel when required. Eligible to work in Australia with a valid working Visa. What™s on offer Sydney or Melbourne CBD based top class office working environment An amazing and encouraging company culture that focuses on nurturing and developing our people Excellent personal development opportunity with a fast growing organisation. Competitive salary plus generous bonus scheme. Interview starts immediately. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. www.kvbkunlun.com The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a human resources manager? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Manager

    MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCES Michael Cassel Group is a live entertainment company formed to produce the world™s greatest musical theatrical productions and concerts. We are seeking an enthusiastic and effective Manager, Human Resources to join our growing team in Sydney. Our ideal candidate is a highly organised person with outstanding people skills, a strong attention to detail and a track record of working in a collaborative, fast paced environment. Reporting to the Head of Production, you will closely partner with the CEO, Senior Leadership, Associate Producers and Production teams to ensure that our human resources programs and initiatives are effective, efficient, and aligned to overall business objectives. Key responsibilities include Developing and implementing company policies across MCG including its productions and non-theatrical activities. Hiring MCG overhead staff and negotiating employment agreements. Ensuring compliance with laws and regulations by monitoring and implementing applicable HR federal and state requirements. Managing company™s OHS including employee wellness, safety, health and performance reviews. Maintaining staff records, handling employee benefits, designing and directing training programs. Identifying staffing needs, managing recruitment and creating job descriptions. Your experience will demonstrate an extraordinary ability to work with a wide variety of executives and artists across multiple productions, events or tours. To be successful in this role we would expect that you have had a minimum 3 to 5 years™ experience as an HR Manager or equivalent. It is crucial that you have well-developed oral and written communication skills and have knowledge of employment and labour laws. An understanding of the live entertainment industry would be preferred. For full details and to apply, visit www.michaelcassel.comrecruitment You must have the legal right to live and work in Australia to be considered for this position. No Agencies applications will be accepted The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a human resources manager?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Group HR Manager

    Group HR Manager Waterco is a public listed Australian company with a strong global presence in the swimming pool, spa equipment, water treatment, and chemicals industry. We pride ourselves on delivering innovative pool and spa equipmentproducts and aim to deliver excellent customer service at all times. Headquartered in Rydalmere, NSW and with offices in VIC, SA, WA, and QLD as well as NZ, Malaysia, Singapore, China, USA, and the UK, we are now seeking to appoint a new Group HR Manager to join us. This is a diverse role requiring experience dealing with almost all facets of HR functions. Working in a standalone role and reporting directly to the C.E.O., you will be responsible for Providing HR support to the group Develop and implement strategies and programs to enhance employee engagement and collaboration Reviewing, updating and developing company policies and procedures Performance management and personal development “ consult and coach managers regarding team and or employee performance issues Assist in the recruiting process, including some candidate selection and interviewing Administration of annual salary review and incentivesbonus plans Develop and implement work, health and safety programs Manage and oversee ANZ™s payroll functions Manage workers compensation cases Manage and oversee ANZ™s company fleet of vehicles To succeed in this position, you will need to have Tertiary qualifications in HR or similar discipline and have several years™ experience as a generalist HR practitioner Extensive knowledge of HR policies and systems Solid experience in HR ranging from performance management, employee relations, recruitment, talent management, workplace investigations, compensation, and benefits Strong interpersonal skills with customer service inclination and an ethical mindset Excellent written and verbal communication skills “ with an ability to communicate across all various departments and influence at all levels of the organization Strong organizational and planning skills A keen eye for detail The ability to work on multiple tasksprojects simultaneously A sense of urgency and adaptability, enabling you to meet deadlines. Demonstrated experience in working well, both as part of a team and autonomously. Advance level of MS Office applications If this sounds like the role you™ve been looking for and you would like to be part of the Waterco team based in our head office in Rydalmere, please forward your application to recruitmentwaterco.com Only candidates who meet our selection criteria will be contacted for interviews. Company Website www.waterco.com Email Please click the Apply Now button below. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a human resources manager? How many years of recruitment experience do you have? Whats your expected annual base salary? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior Human Resources Manager

    Lotus Dining is looking for a transformational leader to set the strategic course for each department to improve overall company performance. This senior role has a key focus on compliance, training and development, talent identification and succession planning, culture and communication. You are an enthusiastic professional who will be successful in Developing and implementing company policies across the group. Ensuring compliance with laws and regulations by monitoring and implementing applicable HR federal and state requirements. Managing employee wellness, safety, health and performance reviews. Maintaining staff records, handling employee benefits, designing and directing training programs. Identifying staffing needs, managing recruitment and creating job descriptions Develop systems and frameworks that support managers with performance management of staff Implement the organisational development strategy to increase employee engagement productivity Work with managers to develop strategies to attract and retain skilled staff You are the ideal candidate with Highly developed communication, negotiation and analytical skills Experience working in a hospitality group as a senior member of the HR management team Tertiary qualification in Human Resources Management or related disciplines Highly organised, friendly and approachable Able to work independently Comfortable in working in diverse multi-cultural environments We offer A dynamic environment where you will be challenged to draw upon your enthusiasm for human resource management. You will join a working environment that values culture and staff engagement and will enjoy both operational and strategic projects. Your ideas will be implemented, and your outstanding work ethic will be rewarded with an incentive program and generous employee benefits and discounts. The application form will include these questions How many years experience do you have as a human resources manager? How many years experience do you have with change management? How many years of people management experience do you have? How many years of recruitment experience do you have? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner - Commercial

    HR Business Partner - Commercial Work for a global company with some of the world™s most trusted and iconic brands. PepsiCo Australia New Zealand is home to some of the world™s most trusted brands such as Smiths Chips, Red Rock Deli, Sakata Rice Crackers, Pepsi Max and Gatorade We are a progressive and people-focused business, and believe our diverse workforce is the key to our success. Starting early November, we have an exciting 10 month opportunity within our HR team for a Human Resources Business Partner - Commercial. In this senior role you will be responsible for partnering with Leadership Teams across Sales, Commercial Strategy, Marketing, Beverages, Research and Development, to deliver on the people and transformation agenda for our Commercial functions. Key Accountabilities Work with Commercial Leadership Teams to develop and implement People Strategy and Plan Ensure people strategies and programs effectively address business needs Build and implement clear and targeted talent, capability, and culture plans Continually refine and review performance measures of employees to ensure we maintain a culture which fosters career development and optimum performance Lead the Commercial Transformation agenda, ensuring strong change and communications management plans are in place Actively contribute to the broader ANZ HR agenda, as an integral member of the ANZ HR Leadership Team Qualifications, Skills Experience HR generalist management experience with an accomplished track record 10-15 years Strong coaching and business partnering skills Strong facilitation and presentation skills Strong organisation and project management skills to deliver quality work within a fast paced environment Strong focus on delivery and results with high drive and energy levels Detailed and analytical thinker and experience negotiator Demonstrated commitment to quality outcomes Flexibility, adaptability, and ability to think laterally in different environments Ability to connect and engage with people at all levels of the organisation and exert good organisation impact with confidence Executive maturity What we can offer you Excellent work-life balance with our flexible office environment A competitive remuneration package Discounted retail and service benefits through our PepsiCo Extras program Working at PepsiCo You will be a key part of a dynamic team and a valuable contributor to a global company that is one of the FMCG market leaders. At PepsiCo, we recognise our people as a key part of our business and career progression within the business is encouraged and supported. We are committed to recruiting, training and retaining high quality people, and with our new, state-of-the-art office located in a convenient location close to public transport and parking, we believe this to be an environment where our people thrive. Interested? Know someone who might be? This is a great opportunity to join the PepsiCo ANZ team. PEPSICO™S job application process Submit your application via our website, including a cover letter resume Interview and skills evaluation Online Assessment process Reference and background checks At PepsiCo, we believe what makes you unique, makes us better. We embrace equal opportunities for all employees. We believe that our people are our best asset and understand the importance of bringing different perspectives, different lenses and different experiences to our workplace. We are committed to building and supporting an inclusive workforce that truly reflects the global communities we operate within and encourage people from all backgrounds to apply.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Executive Manager, Human Resources

    Executive Manager, Human Resources Seeking a leader to drive Council™s people strategies Permanent, full time Salary to reflect skills and experience, plus option of leaseback vehicle Waverley is a diverse and innovative Council located in the heart of Sydneys Eastern Suburbs. With a broad range of services, programs and initiatives, Waverley is one of the leading local government areas in NSW. Taking in some of Sydneys most beautiful beaches including the world famous Bondi Beach, and encompassing part of Sydneys global economic corridor at Bondi Junction, Waverley Council is an amazing place to broaden your career. The Executive Manager, Human Resources is responsible for developing and implementing organisation-wide people strategies in order to meet organisational objectives. In this position you will provide strategic HR leadership to the organisation, ensuring that Council has the necessary capacity, capability, systems and processes in place to achieve an effective service to the community and employees. To be successful in this role you will have exceptional leadership skills at a senior management level, with extensive experience in leading and developing teams and managing transformation and change. You will have a proven track record in delivering strategic HR management and operational plans and be skilled at handling complex industrial and political problems using your exceptional communication skills. Please refer to the position description for detailed information on the position and required skills and experience. For more information contact John Clark on 02 9083 8020. Waverley Council is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all candidates. We encourage applications from women and men from diverse groups, including, but not limited to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people people from culturally diverse backgrounds young people older workers people with disabilities LGBTIQ and other minority groups. CLOSING DATE 29 September 2019 How to apply Visit www.waverley.nsw.gov.aucounciljobs

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Coordinator

    Use your experience to make a positive difference, whilst working flexibly Role could be performed part time or full time Work from home with flexible work arrangements You could be based anywhere in Australia One direct report with career opportunities in a growing business Do you want to be part of an innovative startup that allows you the flexibility of working from home on either a full time or part time basis? Then this role could be for you. As an innovator in the childcare sector, Leor In Home Early Learning (www.leor.com.au) brings the daycare experience into a child™s own home. We are now the fastest growing childcare choice for families across Australia. Your work would enable vulnerable and disadvantaged families to access childcare in their home. Due to our rapid growth, demand for our services is exceeding supply. For this reason, we require an experienced HR professional to take our recruitment, retention and wellbeing programs to the next level. With a background in recruitment, you will use your previous experience to ensure that we are engaging the best Educators and operations staff to meet the demands of the business in a timely and professional manner. As an employee of Leor, you will gain access to high quality professional development, ongoing mentoring and support, paid parental leave, and be able to contribute to Leor™s continued growth and innovation. This exciting role involves the following tasks Managing the recruitment process for all employees, including phone screening, arranging interviews and reference checking Strategic talent pooling and networking in the childcare space Developing and implementing a performance review program for all employees Managing the onboarding process for new employees Creating employment contracts and variations of contracts Management of wellbeing, benefits and retention programs Preparing reports for management Supervision of HR Administrator Essential Requirements University qualifications in human resources At least three years™ experience in human resources administration or co-ordination Working with Children Check No criminal history First Aid Certificate Desirable Experience in the childcare or education industries To apply please submit a cover letter and CV by going to httpsleor.com.auhomeeducatorsleor-careers or contact Andrea Christie-David on 02 9051 0511 or careersleor.com.au After 12 months™ of service as a permanent employee. The application form will include these questions Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • People & Culture Manager

    Why not combine your career in Human Resources with your passion for Sport and Rugby League? As the Wests Tigers People Culture Manager, you will have the chance to make a genuine impact. You will be focusing on Defining and fostering positive culture throughout the organisation. Developing the Strategic People Culture Plan entailing all Human Resources and NRLNSWRL Education Wellbeing requirements. Managing and growing the Wests Tigers staff benefits We Care Program. Providing all Human Resources support for all staff. Supporting the CEO, CFO and General Manager - Football with all Human Resources strategic and compliance matters. Developing networks with the NRL, NSWRL, NRL Clubs and other sports to ensure best-practices are implemented at Wests Tigers. This role is a very varied role responsible for the delivery of the HR function across the entire organisation. This is a high profile, challenging and extremely hands on role. The successful candidate will thrive in ever changing situations where managing competing deadlines is an everyday occurrence. The role demands an experienced leader with a keen eye for detail possessing excellent EQ, verbal and written communication skills. You will need to have strong analytical skills, the ability to think strategically and yet understand and work in the operational detail. You will possess the ability to personally champion and drive a culture of continuous improvement throughout the organisation. Skills Qualifications Relevant tertiary education in Human Resources Minimum of 7 years experience in progressive leadership positions within the Human Resources arena, ideally in sport Possess exceptional interpersonal skills, professionalism and strong communication skills Strong background managing the well-being needs of an organisation An understanding of the complex issues facing professional athletes relating to career and personal development Demonstrate an ability to think strategically and work operationally Exceptional planning, organisational time management skills Ability to foster effective working relationships with a wide range of stakeholders and Flexibility in working hours, including abnormal hours and weekends. Wests Tigers is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides a smoke free workplace. Only applicants with full rights to work in Australia will be considered. We value the support and involvement of our local Aboriginal community. Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How many years experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Senior People Experience Partner

    Merivale are in search of a hands-on Senior People Experience Partner (Senior Human Resources Business Partner) to join our team of bright and accomplished HR Professionals. This is a leadership role, responsible for leading a team of 3 People Experience Partners, partnering with your own venues and teams and having full ownership on all things people operations. This is for a true generalist, someone who thrives on delivering end to end HR with a huge focus on relationship building and supporting your team and businesses. Sink your teeth into the fun and exhilarating hospitality industry as you partner with an exciting portfolio, full of challenging yet rewarding opportunities. This role is a unique mix of people management, coaching and advising managers on all things people, recruitment, immigration, training and delivery of people initiativesprojects. This role is action packed - a perfectly diverse role for someone who likes to have leadership responsibility, ownership over their own portfolio and finds satisfaction through helping people. We are moving quick with this one, apply today to make your next game-changing career move.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Director, People & Culture

    Director, People Culture Director, People Culture “ Sydney Metro Be part of a once-in-a-generation infrastructure investment Rare opportunity to lead Sydney Metro People and Culture team Permanent Full time role “ located in the modern CBD offices Transport for NSW is delivering a once-in-a-century investment in new infrastructure and services, including Sydney Metro. The first line of this new fully automated railway opened earlier this year. By 2024 Sydney Metro will have delivered 31 metro stations and more than 66km of metro rail. Planning is also underway for future lines which will shape the way Australia™s largest city travels, making Sydney Metro the biggest public transport project in the nation™s history. The opportunity The transformation of our state™s transport infrastructure is well underway, and our next challenge is to secure the talent pipeline that will see this once in a lifetime investment through to delivery. We are building a team looking beyond tomorrow. It is an exciting journey and a great time to join our team as we transform NSW. The Director People Culture will lead the management, development, implementation and evaluation of People and workplace plans, reforms, systems and processes. The role ensures that the management of talent in Sydney Metro is effectively linked to business plans and Transport Cluster people strategies as well as supporting a number of workforce development initiatives with our major contractor partners. The role is also responsible for the delivery of workplace design and business services that positively contribute to an enhanced team member experience. As a senior leader within Sydney Metro, the role provides strategic leadership to sustain the organisation as a high performing, integrated team, contributing to the creation of a positive organisational culture. This position reports to the Executive Director, Corporate Services. This is a permanent full time position. For more information on this position, view the role description here Key Accountabilities Model good leadership to inspire direction and delivery, develop people and drive change Deliver workplace design and business services that contribute positively to the employee workplace experience Strong, focused leadership of people, process and systems Lead the development of the workforcepeople strategy that defines each ˜people lever™ required to support the achievement of Sydney Metro strategic objectives and ensure effective implementation of the associated strategies Drive the implementation of industrial relations strategy and provide strategic advice and support on workforce planning, planning and IR to resolve any issue Lead the implementation of strategies for appropriate workforce behaviour and improved staff management standards to assist in achievement of organisational performance Develop and implement leadership strategies and plans that build capabilities for managers to manage, lead and develop team members in a fluid and evolving environment Partner with senior leaders to plan and define strategies and plans that build capabilities for leaders to lead in an agile and evolving environment Oversight of the development of relevant workforce development requirements for inclusion in all major contracts and support the delivery agreed programs and initiatives to support industry capacity Build strategic and productive relationships and collaborative partnerships across the TfNSW cluster, government, industry wide stakeholders and commercial construction contractors Our commitment to diversity TfNSW are committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture across the Transport cluster, planning for and promoting diversity. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTI, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups. TfNSW recognises the benefits that such an approach brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of NSW. Benefits TSSE Band 1B level An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful candidate. If you are looking for an environment in which you can contribute to creating a legacy of achievement that will last for generations, and enjoy a flexible and diverse working environment which values collaboration and personal development, then we™d like to meet you. How to apply To apply for this position, please submit a resume and brief covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses a) the reason for your interest, and b) how your skills and experience suit the role For more information on how to apply for a role in the NSW Public Sector please click here or for more information on Sydney Metro please click on link provided. For a confidential discussion, please contact Patrick McKeown via email on Patrick.mckeowntransport.gov.nsw.au Please note The successful candidate may need to undertake background checks and criminal record checks. If you encounter technical issues please contact I Work for NSW Support Team on 1800 562 679 (Mon-Fri) or supportjobs.nsw.gov.au Applications close 27th September 2019

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • National Talent Acquisition Manager

    National Talent Acquisition Manager Australian and privately owned, FDC Group has been delivering projects across a diverse range of sectors for nearly 30 years. We have earned an envied reputation for our quality in delivery, strong team culture and relentless client focus. Our people make this all possible. The opportunity Reporting to the COO and based in Sydney, you will be joining a high performing business as a National Talent Acquisition Manager. Initially you will be working with an external team to set up the internal recruitment function and then take over the service stream in its entirety. You will collaborate, innovate and deliver forward thinking recruitment strategies, providing high level and strategic support to the business nationally. About you In order to be successful in this role, you would have at least 8 years™ experience in a recruitment or Talent Acquisition role within the Property, Construction or Civil industries (external or internal recruitment). You will thrive on strategic stakeholder management, thinking outside the box and be perceptive and resilient. You will be excited by the challenge of recruiting for high level talent and possess strong sourcing exposure, proactive strategic search experience, ability to manage multiple priorities, desire to work with senior stakeholders and deliver in a fast paced and high performing environment. This is a fantastic national role where you will be able to make a difference and deliver real results within a vibrant and fun organsiation. For more information please call Rebekka Sife on 0421 283 200. Rebekka Sife 0421283200

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resource Manager

    We are looking for a HR Manager with a drive, who thrives in a team environment and is passionate about championing our company values. Reporting directly to the Managing Director, this role truly is a leadership, all-encompassing role, and touches on all of the diverse aspects of HR. What can you expect to be doing day to day? Partnering with our leadership team on people initiatives and opportunities Sourcing talent for our centres and head office Providing assistance and support to a growing team of 130+ staff Leading the approach to internal learning and development Implementing effective engagement strategies Managing the time and attendance system, including approvals for payroll. Generating weekly HR reports and providing key insights Advising and managing employee relations matters and general HR queries Reviewing and overseeing HR systems and processes Continuous improvement in all HR areas What we are looking for Tertiary degree in Human Resource Management A minimum of 1 year experience in a HR leadership role Experience in the childcare industry Highly Preferred Trustworthy and dedicated Passion for life-long learning and personal growth Available on a full-time basis If you are looking to join the Reggio Emilia Family, and lead a fantastic team, apply now hrreggioemilia.com.au The application form will include these questions How many years experience do you have as a human resources manager? Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Have you worked in a role which requires a sound understanding of employment workplace relations?

    location Sydney, New South Wales


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