Human Resources Officer Jobs In Australia

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  • HR Business Partner

    3 Month Fixed Term Contract - 120k FTE Blacktown Location Global Industrial Business The Company Well-known amp reputable organisation with a Global Market presence is in urgent need of an experienced HR Business Partner for a 3 month contract to start immediately. The Role Partner with Management to achieve strategic business outcomes Provide HR support to client - handle enquiries, grievances etc. Coordinate Learning amp Development programs Promote employee engagement initiatives End to end recruitment Other HR administration duties as required The Person Extensive experience as a HR Business Partner working in Professional Services or Corporate environment Must have a Degree or Diploma in HR Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic environment Excellent attention to detail Quick learner and able to work autonomously Professional, flexible amp pro-active attitude towards work Available to commence immediately The Benefits 3 month contract role Competitive salary package for the right candidate Free onsite parking Fast-paced amp busy work environment Well-recognised, growing amp successful organisation To apply online please click on the appropriate link below and send your resume in WORD format. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion please contact Natalie Pedemont on +61 2 9891 7404 Please visit www.veritasrecruitment.com.au to view more jobs. 20264158467434531674 3 Month Fixed Term Contract - 120k FTE Blacktown Location Global Industrial Business The Company Well-known amp reputable organisation with a Global Market presence is in urgent need of an experienced HR Business Partner for a 3 month contract to start immediately. The Role Partner with Management to achieve strategic business outcomes Provide HR support to client - handle enquiries, grievances etc. Coordinate Learning amp Development programs Promote employee engagement initiatives End to end recruitment Other HR administration duties as required The Person Extensive experience as a HR Business Partner working in Professional Services or Corporate environment Must have a Degree or Diploma in HR Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic environment Excellent attention to detail Quick learner and able to work autonomously Professional, flexible amp pro-active attitude towards work Available to commence immediately The Benefits 3 month contract role Competitive salary package for the right candidate Free onsite parking Fast-paced amp busy work environment Well-recognised, growing amp successful organisation To apply online please click on the appropriate link below and send your resume in WORD format. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion please contact Natalie Pedemont on +61 2 9891 7404 Please visit www.veritasrecruitment.com.au to view more jobs. 20264158467434531674 3 Month Fixed Term Contract - 120k FTE Blacktown Location Global Industrial Business The Company The Company Well-known amp reputable organisation with a Global Market presence is in urgent need of an experienced HR Business Partner for a 3 month contract to start immediately. The Role The Role Partner with Management to achieve strategic business outcomes Provide HR support to client - handle enquiries, grievances etc. Coordinate Learning amp Development programs Promote employee engagement initiatives End to end recruitment Other HR administration duties as required The Person The Person Extensive experience as a HR Business Partner working in Professional Services or Corporate environment Must have a Degree or Diploma in HR Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic environment Excellent attention to detail Quick learner and able to work autonomously Professional, flexible amp pro-active attitude towards work Available to commence immediately The Benefits The Benefits 3 month contract role Competitive salary package for the right candidate Free onsite parking Fast-paced amp busy work environment Well-recognised, growing amp successful organisation To apply online please click on the appropriate link below and send your resume in WORD format. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion please contact Natalie Pedemont on +61 2 9891 7404 Please visit www.veritasrecruitment.com.au to view more jobs.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • hr business partner - projects

    About the Opportunity Are you looking for an opportunity to grow within a HRBP role? Would you like to take the next step in your HR career, but can™t commit to full-time hours? Then this is the role for you I am representing an organisation within the NSW Government space that are offering a rare opportunity within their respective HR Directorate, with this particular role located in Rozelle, great money, and a view to extend past the initial contract length. About the role The Human Resources (HR) Business Partner works in partnership with designated business leadership teams to provide strategic advice and develop People amp Culture projects. The role will include responsibilities across all HR duties such as OD, Projects, Restructures, Position Description reviews, Recruitment and you will ideally have government experience. This is a HR generalist role suited to with strong projects experience. About the ideal candidate The ideal candidate will have worked in a similar role, but in short you will have Proven experience in a similar role (HR Business Partner, Project Specialist, HR Consultant, HR Generalist, etc) ER case management experience, dealing with grievances and managing performance and behaviour related matters with leaders Experience working with a complex organisation or government highly regarded What™s in it for you? My client can offer a great base salary, extendable contracts, casual dress code, flexible working options, and opportunities for development with the public sector. You will be working across a high-visibility portfolio and more importantly, with great people and a driven, unique culture. If this is of interest, or if you™d like to discuss your profile in depth, please send your CV to gray.lynchrandstad.com.au or apply below At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. About the Opportunity Are you looking for an opportunity to grow within a HRBP role? Would you like to take the next step in your HR career, but can™t commit to full-time hours? Then this is the role for you I am representing an organisation within the NSW Government space that are offering a rare opportunity within their respective HR Directorate, with this particular role located in Rozelle, great money, and a view to extend past the initial contract length. About the role The Human Resources (HR) Business Partner works in partnership with designated business leadership teams to provide strategic advice and develop People amp Culture projects. The role will include responsibilities across all HR duties such as OD, Projects, Restructures, Position Description reviews, Recruitment and you will ideally have government experience. This is a HR generalist role suited to with strong projects experience. About the ideal candidate The ideal candidate will have worked in a similar role, but in short you will have Proven experience in a similar role (HR Business Partner, Project Specialist, HR Consultant, HR Generalist, etc) ER case management experience, dealing with grievances and managing performance and behaviour related matters with leaders Experience working with a complex organisation or government highly regarded What™s in it for you? My client can offer a great base salary, extendable contracts, casual dress code, flexible working options, and opportunities for development with the public sector. You will be working across a high-visibility portfolio and more importantly, with great people and a driven, unique culture. If this is of interest, or if you™d like to discuss your profile in depth, please send your CV to gray.lynchrandstad.com.au or apply below At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. About the Opportunity Are you looking for an opportunity to grow within a HRBP role? Would you like to take the next step in your HR career, but can™t commit to full-time hours? Then this is the role for you I am representing an organisation within the NSW Government space that are offering a rare opportunity within their respective HR Directorate, with this particular role located in Rozelle, great money, and a view to extend past the initial contract length. About the Opportunity About the role The Human Resources (HR) Business Partner works in partnership with designated business leadership teams to provide strategic advice and develop People amp Culture projects. The role will include responsibilities across all HR duties such as OD, Projects, Restructures, Position Description reviews, Recruitment and you will ideally have government experience. This is a HR generalist role suited to with strong projects experience. About the ideal candidate The ideal candidate will have worked in a similar role, but in short you will have About the role About the ideal candidate Proven experience in a similar role (HR Business Partner, Project Specialist, HR Consultant, HR Generalist, etc) ER case management experience, dealing with grievances and managing performance and behaviour related matters with leaders Experience working with a complex organisation or government highly regarded What™s in it for you? My client can offer a great base salary, extendable contracts, casual dress code, flexible working options, and opportunities for development with the public sector. You will be working across a high-visibility portfolio and more importantly, with great people and a driven, unique culture. If this is of interest, or if you™d like to discuss your profile in depth, please send your CV to gray.lynchrandstad.com.au or apply below What™s in it for you? At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

    location Rozelle, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business Partner required for a 3 month contract based in Inner West Your new company Reporting in to the Director of HR Business Partners, this Human Resources Business Partner roles is working for a fast paced and dynamic Government Department based in Leichhardt. Your new role In this HR Business Partner role you will take ownership of the full HR life cycle and work with leadership groups across the organisation. You will lead on grievance management, recruitment change management, workforce planning, organisational design, employee entitlements, establishment control, reporting and injury management. What youll need to succeed You will be a seasoned HR professional with NSW Government exposure. You will possess high credibility levels with business managers with proven capacity to impact on behaviours and practices. Key Accountabilities Provide operational HR support and advice to business leaders and staff across all aspects of the employee lifecycle. This includes, restructures, staff engagement, position description reviews, HR policy and procedures advice, industrial relations support, management, and manager and team capability development. Partner with portfolio clients to, understand their business, support their strategic and operational goals, provide exceptional customer service in support of the organisation™s people and culture goals, and deliver business line workforce performance in accordance with established objectives. Manage the workforce and culture HR requirements of change activities. Provide coaching and high level advice to business unit leaders to build HR capability and understanding and enhance and improve management of teams in line with agreed values and capabilities, this includes facilitating manager capability training as required. Build effective business partnerships through outstanding customer engagement with both internal and external key stakeholders, including business leaders, the wider Workforce team and NSW Health entities. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2366175 HR Business Partner required for a 3 month contract based in Inner West Your new company Reporting in to the Director of HR Business Partners, this Human Resources Business Partner roles is working for a fast paced and dynamic Government Department based in Leichhardt. Your new role In this HR Business Partner role you will take ownership of the full HR life cycle and work with leadership groups across the organisation. You will lead on grievance management, recruitment change management, workforce planning, organisational design, employee entitlements, establishment control, reporting and injury management. What youll need to succeed You will be a seasoned HR professional with NSW Government exposure. You will possess high credibility levels with business managers with proven capacity to impact on behaviours and practices. Key Accountabilities Provide operational HR support and advice to business leaders and staff across all aspects of the employee lifecycle. This includes, restructures, staff engagement, position description reviews, HR policy and procedures advice, industrial relations support, management, and manager and team capability development. Partner with portfolio clients to, understand their business, support their strategic and operational goals, provide exceptional customer service in support of the organisation™s people and culture goals, and deliver business line workforce performance in accordance with established objectives. Manage the workforce and culture HR requirements of change activities. Provide coaching and high level advice to business unit leaders to build HR capability and understanding and enhance and improve management of teams in line with agreed values and capabilities, this includes facilitating manager capability training as required. Build effective business partnerships through outstanding customer engagement with both internal and external key stakeholders, including business leaders, the wider Workforce team and NSW Health entities. What you need to do now If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2366175 Your new company Reporting in to the Director of HR Business Partners, this Human Resources Business Partner roles is working for a fast paced and dynamic Government Department based in Leichhardt. Your new role In this HR Business Partner role you will take ownership of the full HR life cycle and work with leadership groups across the organisation. You will lead on grievance management, recruitment change management, workforce planning, organisational design, employee entitlements, establishment control, reporting and injury management. What youll need to succeed You will be a seasoned HR professional with NSW Government exposure. You will possess high credibility levels with business managers with proven capacity to impact on behaviours and practices. Key Accountabilities Your new company Your new role What youll need to succeed Provide operational HR support and advice to business leaders and staff across all aspects of the employee lifecycle. This includes, restructures, staff engagement, position description reviews, HR policy and procedures advice, industrial relations support, management, and manager and team capability development. Partner with portfolio clients to, understand their business, support their strategic and operational goals, provide exceptional customer service in support of the organisation™s people and culture goals, and deliver business line workforce performance in accordance with established objectives. Manage the workforce and culture HR requirements of change activities. Provide coaching and high level advice to business unit leaders to build HR capability and understanding and enhance and improve management of teams in line with agreed values and capabilities, this includes facilitating manager capability training as required. Build effective business partnerships through outstanding customer engagement with both internal and external key stakeholders, including business leaders, the wider Workforce team and NSW Health entities. What you need to do now LHS 297508

    location Australia, New South Wales


  • HDR Coordinator (Research Training Partnerships)

    Salary 95,866 p.a. plus 17 Super Appointment type Continuing, Full-time The Role To effectively and efficiently facilitate the implementation of all aspects of research training partnership programs. About You You should have a passion for building and managing partnerships with a culturally diverse range of internal and external stakeholders. You are a person who has extensive experience working in complex administrative environments and delivering multiple complex projects with competing demands. Also, you have extensive experience in working across multiple systems and datasets.. Knowledge and experience in developing and implementing complex policies, procedures and guidelines are considered essential. Fluency in at least one language other than English is highly desirable. About Us Macquarie is a university engaged with the real and often complex problems and opportunities that define our lives. Since our foundation 54 years ago, we have aspired to be a different type of university. Over the years, we™ve grown to become the center of a vibrant local and global community. Connect with us today. The Office of Higher Degree Research Training and Partnerships (OHDRTP) is responsible for HDR candidates from application to completion. OHDRTP assesses all applications for HDR programs, enrolls all HDR candidates, supports HDR candidates through academic mentors, administers scholarships for HDR candidates, adjusts programs of study for all candidates and administers timely completion of all HDR candidates. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below Relevant qualification at degree “ level and or equivalent experience in complex administrative environments Knowledge and experience in interpreting and applying complex policies, procedures and guidelines. Experience in co-ordinating complex programs with external stakeholders Managing projects, collaborating across teams and cultures to deliver high value outcomes. Gathering, analysing, interpreting and reporting on data. Working with databases For further information regarding this role, please view the position description Position Description HDR Coordinator (Research Training Partnerships)pdf Enquiries Kate Roth kate.rothmq.edu.au Applications Close Sunday, 19 April 2020 at 1155pm (AEST) Location North Ryde, Macquarie Park At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. Learn more about our progress towards Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Salary 95,866 p.a. plus 17 Super Appointment type Continuing, Full-time The Role To effectively and efficiently facilitate the implementation of all aspects of research training partnership programs. About You You should have a passion for building and managing partnerships with a culturally diverse range of internal and external stakeholders. You are a person who has extensive experience working in complex administrative environments and delivering multiple complex projects with competing demands. Also, you have extensive experience in working across multiple systems and datasets.. Knowledge and experience in developing and implementing complex policies, procedures and guidelines are considered essential. Fluency in at least one language other than English is highly desirable. About Us Macquarie is a university engaged with the real and often complex problems and opportunities that define our lives. Since our foundation 54 years ago, we have aspired to be a different type of university. Over the years, we™ve grown to become the center of a vibrant local and global community. Connect with us today. The Office of Higher Degree Research Training and Partnerships (OHDRTP) is responsible for HDR candidates from application to completion. OHDRTP assesses all applications for HDR programs, enrolls all HDR candidates, supports HDR candidates through academic mentors, administers scholarships for HDR candidates, adjusts programs of study for all candidates and administers timely completion of all HDR candidates. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below Relevant qualification at degree “ level and or equivalent experience in complex administrative environments Knowledge and experience in interpreting and applying complex policies, procedures and guidelines. Experience in co-ordinating complex programs with external stakeholders Managing projects, collaborating across teams and cultures to deliver high value outcomes. Gathering, analysing, interpreting and reporting on data. Working with databases For further information regarding this role, please view the position description Position Description HDR Coordinator (Research Training Partnerships)pdf Enquiries Kate Roth kate.rothmq.edu.au Applications Close Sunday, 19 April 2020 at 1155pm (AEST) Location North Ryde, Macquarie Park At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. Learn more about our progress towards Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Salary 95,866 p.a. plus 17 Super Salary Appointment type Continuing, Full-time Appointment type The Role To effectively and efficiently facilitate the implementation of all aspects of research training partnership programs. The Role About You You should have a passion for building and managing partnerships with a culturally diverse range of internal and external stakeholders. You are a person who has extensive experience working in complex administrative environments and delivering multiple complex projects with competing demands. Also, you have extensive experience in working across multiple systems and datasets.. Knowledge and experience in developing and implementing complex policies, procedures and guidelines are considered essential. Fluency in at least one language other than English is highly desirable. About You About Us Macquarie is a university engaged with the real and often complex problems and opportunities that define our lives. Since our foundation 54 years ago, we have aspired to be a different type of university. Over the years, we™ve grown to become the center of a vibrant local and global community. Connect with us today. About Us The Office of Higher Degree Research Training and Partnerships (OHDRTP) is responsible for HDR candidates from application to completion. OHDRTP assesses all applications for HDR programs, enrolls all HDR candidates, supports HDR candidates through academic mentors, administers scholarships for HDR candidates, adjusts programs of study for all candidates and administers timely completion of all HDR candidates. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below Relevant qualification at degree “ level and or equivalent experience in complex administrative environments Knowledge and experience in interpreting and applying complex policies, procedures and guidelines. Experience in co-ordinating complex programs with external stakeholders Managing projects, collaborating across teams and cultures to deliver high value outcomes. Gathering, analysing, interpreting and reporting on data. Working with databases For further information regarding this role, please view the position description For further information regarding this role, please view the position description Position Description HDR Coordinator (Research Training Partnerships)pdf Position Description HDR Coordinator (Research Training Partnerships)pdf Enquiries Kate Roth kate.rothmq.edu.au Enquiries Applications Close Sunday, 19 April 2020 at 1155pm (AEST) Applications Close Location North Ryde, Macquarie Park Location At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. Learn more about our progress towards Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Learn more about our progress towards Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.

    location Macquarie Park, New South Wales


  • HR Consultant

    Salary Package From 95,866 - 103,939 p.a. (HEW Level 7), plus 13.25 employer superannuation and annual leave loading Appointment Types Full-time, fixed-term for 14 months Location Macquarie University, North Ryde The Role Human Resources at Macquarie University is seeking a suitably qualified HR Consultant to join our high performing team. Managing a client group, you will build strong partnerships with a wide range of stakeholders and be able to respond proactively in a complex and transformative environment. Reporting to the HR Client Manager, you will provide a high level of advice and support to managers and staff on HR policy, procedures and processes, including selection, performance management processes and change management. About You As an important part of the Human Resources team, your experience gained in a similar role will be essential in providing support and advice to managers, staff and candidates on HR policies and processes. You are experienced in interpreting enterprise agreements and HR policies and using this knowledge to develop client focused solutions. You have a track record of being a trusted advisor to your clients through delivering high quality and reliable advice, as well as strong interpersonal and communication skills. Your proactive nature, high level of energy, flexibility and resilience, whilst maintaining confidentiality, discretion and professionalism, will see you thrive in a role where you will work in collaboration with others to achieve shared goals. About Us Human Resources provides support and advice to all academic and professional staff relating to the attraction, selection, performance, development and remuneration of the Universitys workforce. It also oversees the development of its leadership and management and ensures the University complies with relevant workforce legislation. We play an integral role in supporting the University™s transformation agenda to meet our strategic goals. The HR Client Services teams develop and manage relationships with key stakeholders across the University and its entities, providing support and advice to staff at all levels within the faculties and offices. Consultation with the HR specialist teams, including Recruitment, Employee Relations, Health and Safety, Organisation and Staff Development and Payroll ensures optimal advice and service delivery, implementation of initiatives and programs aimed at improving HR service and or meeting specific organisational needs, goals and strategies. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below Providing advice and support to clients on a broad range of HR issues, particularly recruitment and selection and performance management processes. Demonstrated experience in organisational design including work analysis, job design, job analysis and evaluation. Providing advice and developing client focused solutions through the interpretation and application of Enterprise Agreements, HR policies and processes. The ability to build and maintain positive relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including senior stakeholders. Collaborate with key stakeholders and relevant specialist HR teams to achieve positive client outcomes. This position requires a criminal history check. For further information regarding this role please view the position description Position Description HR ConsultantHEW 7.pdf General Enquiries Lizzy Nguyen, HR Officer via lizzy.nguyenmq.edu.au Applications Close Monday, 6 April 2020 at 11.55pm (AEDT) At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. Learn more about our progress towards Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Salary Package From 95,866 - 103,939 p.a. (HEW Level 7), plus 13.25 employer superannuation and annual leave loading Appointment Types Full-time, fixed-term for 14 months Location Macquarie University, North Ryde The Role Human Resources at Macquarie University is seeking a suitably qualified HR Consultant to join our high performing team. Managing a client group, you will build strong partnerships with a wide range of stakeholders and be able to respond proactively in a complex and transformative environment. Reporting to the HR Client Manager, you will provide a high level of advice and support to managers and staff on HR policy, procedures and processes, including selection, performance management processes and change management. About You As an important part of the Human Resources team, your experience gained in a similar role will be essential in providing support and advice to managers, staff and candidates on HR policies and processes. You are experienced in interpreting enterprise agreements and HR policies and using this knowledge to develop client focused solutions. You have a track record of being a trusted advisor to your clients through delivering high quality and reliable advice, as well as strong interpersonal and communication skills. Your proactive nature, high level of energy, flexibility and resilience, whilst maintaining confidentiality, discretion and professionalism, will see you thrive in a role where you will work in collaboration with others to achieve shared goals. About Us Human Resources provides support and advice to all academic and professional staff relating to the attraction, selection, performance, development and remuneration of the Universitys workforce. It also oversees the development of its leadership and management and ensures the University complies with relevant workforce legislation. We play an integral role in supporting the University™s transformation agenda to meet our strategic goals. The HR Client Services teams develop and manage relationships with key stakeholders across the University and its entities, providing support and advice to staff at all levels within the faculties and offices. Consultation with the HR specialist teams, including Recruitment, Employee Relations, Health and Safety, Organisation and Staff Development and Payroll ensures optimal advice and service delivery, implementation of initiatives and programs aimed at improving HR service and or meeting specific organisational needs, goals and strategies. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below Providing advice and support to clients on a broad range of HR issues, particularly recruitment and selection and performance management processes. Demonstrated experience in organisational design including work analysis, job design, job analysis and evaluation. Providing advice and developing client focused solutions through the interpretation and application of Enterprise Agreements, HR policies and processes. The ability to build and maintain positive relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including senior stakeholders. Collaborate with key stakeholders and relevant specialist HR teams to achieve positive client outcomes. This position requires a criminal history check. For further information regarding this role please view the position description Position Description HR ConsultantHEW 7.pdf General Enquiries Lizzy Nguyen, HR Officer via lizzy.nguyenmq.edu.au Applications Close Monday, 6 April 2020 at 11.55pm (AEDT) At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. Learn more about our progress towards Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Salary Package From 95,866 - 103,939 p.a. (HEW Level 7), plus 13.25 employer superannuation and annual leave loading Salary Package Appointment Types Full-time, fixed-term for 14 months Appointment Types Location Macquarie University, North Ryde Location The Role Human Resources at Macquarie University is seeking a suitably qualified HR Consultant to join our high performing team. Managing a client group, you will build strong partnerships with a wide range of stakeholders and be able to respond proactively in a complex and transformative environment. The Role Reporting to the HR Client Manager, you will provide a high level of advice and support to managers and staff on HR policy, procedures and processes, including selection, performance management processes and change management. About You As an important part of the Human Resources team, your experience gained in a similar role will be essential in providing support and advice to managers, staff and candidates on HR policies and processes. About You You are experienced in interpreting enterprise agreements and HR policies and using this knowledge to develop client focused solutions. You have a track record of being a trusted advisor to your clients through delivering high quality and reliable advice, as well as strong interpersonal and communication skills. Your proactive nature, high level of energy, flexibility and resilience, whilst maintaining confidentiality, discretion and professionalism, will see you thrive in a role where you will work in collaboration with others to achieve shared goals. About Us Human Resources provides support and advice to all academic and professional staff relating to the attraction, selection, performance, development and remuneration of the Universitys workforce. It also oversees the development of its leadership and management and ensures the University complies with relevant workforce legislation. We play an integral role in supporting the University™s transformation agenda to meet our strategic goals. About Us The HR Client Services teams develop and manage relationships with key stakeholders across the University and its entities, providing support and advice to staff at all levels within the faculties and offices. Consultation with the HR specialist teams, including Recruitment, Employee Relations, Health and Safety, Organisation and Staff Development and Payroll ensures optimal advice and service delivery, implementation of initiatives and programs aimed at improving HR service and or meeting specific organisational needs, goals and strategies. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below Providing advice and support to clients on a broad range of HR issues, particularly recruitment and selection and performance management processes. Demonstrated experience in organisational design including work analysis, job design, job analysis and evaluation. Providing advice and developing client focused solutions through the interpretation and application of Enterprise Agreements, HR policies and processes. The ability to build and maintain positive relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including senior stakeholders. Collaborate with key stakeholders and relevant specialist HR teams to achieve positive client outcomes. This position requires a criminal history check. This position requires a criminal history check. For further information regarding this role please view the position description Position Description HR ConsultantHEW 7.pdf Position Description HR ConsultantHEW 7.pdf General Enquiries Lizzy Nguyen, HR Officer via lizzy.nguyenmq.edu.au General Enquiries Applications Close Monday, 6 April 2020 at 11.55pm (AEDT) Applications Close At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. Learn more about our progress towards Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Learn more about our progress towards .

    location Macquarie Park, New South Wales


  • HR Consultant

    Salary Package From 95,866 - 103,939 (HEW Level 7) pro-rata, plus 13.25 employer superannuation and annual leave loading Appointment Types Part-time (21 hoursweek), fixed-term until 23 December 2020 Location Macquarie University, North Ryde The Role Human Resources at Macquarie University is seeking a suitably qualified HR Consultant to join our high performing team on a part-time basis (21 hours per week over 3,4, or 5 days). You will build strong partnerships with a wide range of stakeholders and be able to respond proactively in a complex and transformative environment. Reporting to the HR Client Manager, you will provide a high level of advice and support to managers and staff on HR policy, procedures and processes, including selection, performance management processes and change management. About You As an important part of the Human Resources team, your experience gained in a similar role will be essential in providing support and advice to managers, staff and candidates on HR policies and processes. You are experienced in interpreting enterprise agreements and HR policies and using this knowledge to develop client focused solutions. You have a track record of being a trusted advisor to your clients through delivering high quality and reliable advice, as well as strong interpersonal and communication skills. Your proactive nature, high level of energy, flexibility and resilience, whilst maintaining confidentiality, discretion and professionalism, will see you thrive in a role where you will work in collaboration with others to achieve shared goals. About Us Human Resources provides support and advice to all academic and professional staff relating to the attraction, selection, performance, development and remuneration of the Universitys workforce. It also oversees the development of its leadership and management and ensures the University complies with relevant workforce legislation. We play an integral role in supporting the University™s transformation agenda to meet our strategic goals. The HR Client Services teams develop and manage relationships with key stakeholders across the University and its entities, providing support and advice to staff at all levels within the faculties and offices. Consultation with the HR specialist teams, including Recruitment, Employee Relations, Health and Safety, Organisation and Staff Development and Payroll ensures optimal advice and service delivery, implementation of initiatives and programs aimed at improving HR service and or meeting specific organisational needs, goals and strategies. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below Providing advice and support to clients on a broad range of HR issues, particularly recruitment and selection and performance management processes. Demonstrated experience in organisational design including work analysis, job design, job analysis and evaluation. Providing advice and developing client focused solutions through the interpretation and application of Enterprise Agreements, HR policies and processes. The ability to build and maintain positive relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including senior stakeholders. Collaborate with key stakeholders and relevant specialist HR teams to achieve positive client outcomes. This position requires a criminal history check. For further information regarding this role please view the position description. Position Description HR ConsultantHEW 7.pdf General Enquiries Lizzy Nguyen, HR Officer via lizzy.nguyenmq.edu.au Applications Close Monday, 6 April 2020 at 11.55pm AEDT At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. Learn more about our progress towards Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Salary Package From 95,866 - 103,939 (HEW Level 7) pro-rata, plus 13.25 employer superannuation and annual leave loading Appointment Types Part-time (21 hoursweek), fixed-term until 23 December 2020 Location Macquarie University, North Ryde The Role Human Resources at Macquarie University is seeking a suitably qualified HR Consultant to join our high performing team on a part-time basis (21 hours per week over 3,4, or 5 days). You will build strong partnerships with a wide range of stakeholders and be able to respond proactively in a complex and transformative environment. Reporting to the HR Client Manager, you will provide a high level of advice and support to managers and staff on HR policy, procedures and processes, including selection, performance management processes and change management. About You As an important part of the Human Resources team, your experience gained in a similar role will be essential in providing support and advice to managers, staff and candidates on HR policies and processes. You are experienced in interpreting enterprise agreements and HR policies and using this knowledge to develop client focused solutions. You have a track record of being a trusted advisor to your clients through delivering high quality and reliable advice, as well as strong interpersonal and communication skills. Your proactive nature, high level of energy, flexibility and resilience, whilst maintaining confidentiality, discretion and professionalism, will see you thrive in a role where you will work in collaboration with others to achieve shared goals. About Us Human Resources provides support and advice to all academic and professional staff relating to the attraction, selection, performance, development and remuneration of the Universitys workforce. It also oversees the development of its leadership and management and ensures the University complies with relevant workforce legislation. We play an integral role in supporting the University™s transformation agenda to meet our strategic goals. The HR Client Services teams develop and manage relationships with key stakeholders across the University and its entities, providing support and advice to staff at all levels within the faculties and offices. Consultation with the HR specialist teams, including Recruitment, Employee Relations, Health and Safety, Organisation and Staff Development and Payroll ensures optimal advice and service delivery, implementation of initiatives and programs aimed at improving HR service and or meeting specific organisational needs, goals and strategies. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below Providing advice and support to clients on a broad range of HR issues, particularly recruitment and selection and performance management processes. Demonstrated experience in organisational design including work analysis, job design, job analysis and evaluation. Providing advice and developing client focused solutions through the interpretation and application of Enterprise Agreements, HR policies and processes. The ability to build and maintain positive relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including senior stakeholders. Collaborate with key stakeholders and relevant specialist HR teams to achieve positive client outcomes. This position requires a criminal history check. For further information regarding this role please view the position description. Position Description HR ConsultantHEW 7.pdf General Enquiries Lizzy Nguyen, HR Officer via lizzy.nguyenmq.edu.au Applications Close Monday, 6 April 2020 at 11.55pm AEDT At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. Learn more about our progress towards Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Salary Package From 95,866 - 103,939 (HEW Level 7) pro-rata, plus 13.25 employer superannuation and annual leave loading Salary Package Appointment Types Part-time (21 hoursweek), fixed-term until 23 December 2020 Appointment Types Location Macquarie University, North Ryde Location The Role Human Resources at Macquarie University is seeking a suitably qualified HR Consultant to join our high performing team on a part-time basis (21 hours per week over 3,4, or 5 days). You will build strong partnerships with a wide range of stakeholders and be able to respond proactively in a complex and transformative environment. The Role Reporting to the HR Client Manager, you will provide a high level of advice and support to managers and staff on HR policy, procedures and processes, including selection, performance management processes and change management. About You As an important part of the Human Resources team, your experience gained in a similar role will be essential in providing support and advice to managers, staff and candidates on HR policies and processes. About You You are experienced in interpreting enterprise agreements and HR policies and using this knowledge to develop client focused solutions. You have a track record of being a trusted advisor to your clients through delivering high quality and reliable advice, as well as strong interpersonal and communication skills. Your proactive nature, high level of energy, flexibility and resilience, whilst maintaining confidentiality, discretion and professionalism, will see you thrive in a role where you will work in collaboration with others to achieve shared goals. About Us Human Resources provides support and advice to all academic and professional staff relating to the attraction, selection, performance, development and remuneration of the Universitys workforce. It also oversees the development of its leadership and management and ensures the University complies with relevant workforce legislation. We play an integral role in supporting the University™s transformation agenda to meet our strategic goals. About Us The HR Client Services teams develop and manage relationships with key stakeholders across the University and its entities, providing support and advice to staff at all levels within the faculties and offices. Consultation with the HR specialist teams, including Recruitment, Employee Relations, Health and Safety, Organisation and Staff Development and Payroll ensures optimal advice and service delivery, implementation of initiatives and programs aimed at improving HR service and or meeting specific organisational needs, goals and strategies. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online and attach your resume and a separate cover letter that outlines how you meet to the selection criteria below Providing advice and support to clients on a broad range of HR issues, particularly recruitment and selection and performance management processes. Demonstrated experience in organisational design including work analysis, job design, job analysis and evaluation. Providing advice and developing client focused solutions through the interpretation and application of Enterprise Agreements, HR policies and processes. The ability to build and maintain positive relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including senior stakeholders. Collaborate with key stakeholders and relevant specialist HR teams to achieve positive client outcomes. This position requires a criminal history check. This position requires a criminal history check. For further information regarding this role please view the position description. Position Description HR ConsultantHEW 7.pdf Position Description HR ConsultantHEW 7.pdf General Enquiries Lizzy Nguyen, HR Officer via lizzy.nguyenmq.edu.au General Enquiries Applications Close Monday, 6 April 2020 at 11.55pm AEDT Applications Close At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. At Macquarie University, we are committed to providing a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and supported to progress. Our priority is to ensure culture, policies and processes are truly inclusive and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity, gender, culture, disability, LGBTIQA+ identities, family and caring responsibilities, age, or religion. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria and shares Macquarie University™s values of scholarship, empowerment and integrity to apply. Learn more about our progress towards Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Learn more about our progress towards Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.

    location Macquarie Park, New South Wales


  • People and Culture Advisor

    People and Culture Advisor APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship. People and Culture Advisor APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship. People and Culture Advisor People and Culture Advisor People and Culture Advisor APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30 th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner - NEW

    Sydney CBD location, close to transport 12 month fixed term contract Collaborative environment About Them This Sydney CBD based client is a large and complex industry leader that consists of both white and blue collar workers and is moving through significant change. To better meet the needs of their customers, it is on a journey of transformation. With this significant change happening an opportunity exists to join the People and Culture team as an HR Business Partner on a 12 month fixed term basis. About the Role In this 12 month fixed term contract you will be reporting into one of the HR Managers and will be providing high level HR advice to the ICT client group (approximately 300 employees) as well as other client groups which are yet to be finalised. This is a true HR generalist role that will see you leading, coaching and motivating others in the development of robust and innovative approaches to build ownership and engagement at all levels. We are looking for someone who is a solid operator and who truly understands the HR Business Partner model. You will be someone who can get things done and is used to not focusing on the lower level tasks. About You To be considered for this opportunity you will ideally have Previously supported an ICT client group as an HR Business partner within a large and complex structure Proven and effective stakeholder management skills and an ability to communicate clearly and convincingly and in order to influence outcomes across all management levels An ability to consult with a large number of stakeholders and manage these relationships accordingly A proactive, consultative, and problem-solving approach in order to achieve overall organisational objectives whilst still maintaining a customer orientation Advisory and problem-solving skills and the ability to be proactive and confident in their abilities Previous experience operating within an agile working environment and exposure to SuccessFactors or Workday About Culture amp Benefits This role will pay up to 140K Base + 15 Super + working a 9 day fortnight About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Vicki Treeby on 8256 2516 Sydney CBD location, close to transport 12 month fixed term contract Collaborative environment About Them This Sydney CBD based client is a large and complex industry leader that consists of both white and blue collar workers and is moving through significant change. To better meet the needs of their customers, it is on a journey of transformation. With this significant change happening an opportunity exists to join the People and Culture team as an HR Business Partner on a 12 month fixed term basis. About the Role In this 12 month fixed term contract you will be reporting into one of the HR Managers and will be providing high level HR advice to the ICT client group (approximately 300 employees) as well as other client groups which are yet to be finalised. This is a true HR generalist role that will see you leading, coaching and motivating others in the development of robust and innovative approaches to build ownership and engagement at all levels. We are looking for someone who is a solid operator and who truly understands the HR Business Partner model. You will be someone who can get things done and is used to not focusing on the lower level tasks. About You To be considered for this opportunity you will ideally have Previously supported an ICT client group as an HR Business partner within a large and complex structure Proven and effective stakeholder management skills and an ability to communicate clearly and convincingly and in order to influence outcomes across all management levels An ability to consult with a large number of stakeholders and manage these relationships accordingly A proactive, consultative, and problem-solving approach in order to achieve overall organisational objectives whilst still maintaining a customer orientation Advisory and problem-solving skills and the ability to be proactive and confident in their abilities Previous experience operating within an agile working environment and exposure to SuccessFactors or Workday About Culture amp Benefits This role will pay up to 140K Base + 15 Super + working a 9 day fortnight About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Vicki Treeby on 8256 2516 Sydney CBD location, close to transport 12 month fixed term contract Collaborative environment About Them This Sydney CBD based client is a large and complex industry leader that consists of both white and blue collar workers and is moving through significant change. To better meet the needs of their customers, it is on a journey of transformation. With this significant change happening an opportunity exists to join the People and Culture team as an HR Business Partner on a 12 month fixed term basis. About Them About the Role In this 12 month fixed term contract you will be reporting into one of the HR Managers and will be providing high level HR advice to the ICT client group (approximately 300 employees) as well as other client groups which are yet to be finalised. This is a true HR generalist role that will see you leading, coaching and motivating others in the development of robust and innovative approaches to build ownership and engagement at all levels. We are looking for someone who is a solid operator and who truly understands the HR Business Partner model. You will be someone who can get things done and is used to not focusing on the lower level tasks. About You Previously supported an ICT client group as an HR Business partner within a large and complex structure Proven and effective stakeholder management skills and an ability to communicate clearly and convincingly and in order to influence outcomes across all management levels An ability to consult with a large number of stakeholders and manage these relationships accordingly A proactive, consultative, and problem-solving approach in order to achieve overall organisational objectives whilst still maintaining a customer orientation Advisory and problem-solving skills and the ability to be proactive and confident in their abilities Previous experience operating within an agile working environment and exposure to SuccessFactors or Workday About Culture amp Benefits About Applying

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    Reporting to the global head of HR and working closely with local leadership, you will be responsible for the full employee life cycle, you will write and reviewing policies and procedures, handle recruitment, coaching managers, rolling out new on boarding systems amp updating legislations. In addition the the day to day operational duties you will also get involved in driving initiatives and contributing to the growth of the organisation. This role has one direct report which supports HR administration. THE CRITERIA The successful applicant will have proven generalist HR experience. To succeed in this position you must have previous experience dealing with candidates at all levels while possessing the capability to be influential in coaching managers amp stakeholders around you. You will be highly motivated, enthusiastic and professional, with the ability to build and maintain relationships. Reporting to the global head of HR and working closely with local leadership, you will be responsible for the full employee life cycle, you will write and reviewing policies and procedures, handle recruitment, coaching managers, rolling out new on boarding systems amp updating legislations. In addition the the day to day operational duties you will also get involved in driving initiatives and contributing to the growth of the organisation. This role has one direct report which supports HR administration. THE CRITERIA The successful applicant will have proven generalist HR experience. To succeed in this position you must have previous experience dealing with candidates at all levels while possessing the capability to be influential in coaching managers amp stakeholders around you. You will be highly motivated, enthusiastic and professional, with the ability to build and maintain relationships. Reporting to the global head of HR and working closely with local leadership, you will be responsible for the full employee life cycle, you will write and reviewing policies and procedures, handle recruitment, coaching managers, rolling out new on boarding systems amp updating legislations. In addition the the day to day operational duties you will also get involved in driving initiatives and contributing to the growth of the organisation. This role has one direct report which supports HR administration. THE CRITERIA The successful applicant will have proven generalist HR experience. To succeed in this position you must have previous experience dealing with candidates at all levels while possessing the capability to be influential in coaching managers amp stakeholders around you. You will be highly motivated, enthusiastic and professional, with the ability to build and maintain relationships. THE CRITERIA

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    Hands on HR Business Partnering role WFHflexible working available - Part time role 3 or 4 days Immediate start THE ORGANISATION A highly reputable global organisation operating in the Technology sector are seeking an established HR Business Partner to support their growing Australian division of 100 employees. You will be based in the Sydney CBD on a part time basis (either 3 or 4 days) with the support of global HR teams and local business management. THE ROLE Reporting to the global head of HR and working closely with local leadership, you will be responsible for the full employee life cycle, you will write and reviewing policies and procedures, handle recruitment, coaching managers, rolling out new on boarding systems amp updating legislations. In addition the the day to day operational duties you will also get involved in driving initiatives and contributing to the growth of the organisation. This role has one direct report which supports HR administration. THE CRITERIA The successful applicant will have proven generalist HR experience. To succeed in this position you must have previous experience dealing with candidates at all levels while possessing the capability to be influential in coaching managers amp stakeholders around you. You will be highly motivated, enthusiastic and professional, with the ability to build and maintain relationships. Hands on HR Business Partnering role WFHflexible working available - Part time role 3 or 4 days Immediate start THE ORGANISATION A highly reputable global organisation operating in the Technology sector are seeking an established HR Business Partner to support their growing Australian division of 100 employees. You will be based in the Sydney CBD on a part time basis (either 3 or 4 days) with the support of global HR teams and local business management. THE ROLE Reporting to the global head of HR and working closely with local leadership, you will be responsible for the full employee life cycle, you will write and reviewing policies and procedures, handle recruitment, coaching managers, rolling out new on boarding systems amp updating legislations. In addition the the day to day operational duties you will also get involved in driving initiatives and contributing to the growth of the organisation. This role has one direct report which supports HR administration. THE CRITERIA The successful applicant will have proven generalist HR experience. To succeed in this position you must have previous experience dealing with candidates at all levels while possessing the capability to be influential in coaching managers amp stakeholders around you. You will be highly motivated, enthusiastic and professional, with the ability to build and maintain relationships. Hands on HR Business Partnering role WFHflexible working available - Part time role 3 or 4 days Immediate start THE ORGANISATION THE ROLE THE CRITERIA

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Casual Residential Disability Support Partner

    Lindfield Location Casual Position Available Potential for ongoing employment opportunities Make a Difference in the life of others CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay is a diverse and innovative social care provider delivering childrens services, education and care, disability services, a range of family support programs and therapeutic out of home care to 20,000+ children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and on the NSW Central Coast. We are seeking a Casual Residential Disability Support Worker to join our Residential Care program at Lindfield, Woods Cottage. This position exists to provide effective, flexible and high quality care to residents of Woods Cottage which provides 24 hour care for individuals who have complex needs in line with their personal care plans. It is important to note that this role requires a female worker. This is a genuine occupational qualification for this role. Responsibilities will include Working from a Person Centred Approach to effectively and efficiently implement individual plan objectives for Woods Cottage Residents Interacting positively and appropriately with residents, their families and the community Providing assistance and support to residents to access and participate in a diverse range of activities Ensuring safety standards are maintained Maintaining up to date records, evaluations and reports as well as Other tasks detailed in attached Position Description. About you To be considered for this role you will Have a Certificate III in Disabilities andor one year minimum experience working with people with a disability Have sound knowledge of person-centred plan goals and objectives Have demonstrated experience implementing client outcomes and individual behaviour support plans Be able to demonstrate knowledge of Disability Service Standards and Disability Services Act (1993). Have highly developed communication and time management skills Hold a valid current NSW driver™s license As well as other criteria listed in the attached Position Description. Working with CatholicCare CatholicCare offers a range of initiatives to actively promote your lifework balance and development of our employees through Working for a not for profit organisation who strive for a world where people are safe, happy, well and connected with each other in inclusive communities Great training and learning opportunities to help further your career and An Employee Assistance Program offering free and confidential counselling and support. To apply If you are a passionate person who realises the tremendous opportunity that this role offers and want to utilise your skills and passion in a rewarding environment, we want to hear from you Simply complete your work history amp education information on the application page and submit your resume. You are welcome to include any certificates or licences in the education section to assist us in assessing your suitability for this role. We encourage and welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Apply Now CatholicCare is a child-safe and child-friendly organisation “ all staff must comply with our child-safe child-friendly policies and Code of Conduct. All child related roles are subject to a satisfactory Working with Children Check Clearance in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012. Completing a National Criminal History Record Check clearance is a requirement of this position No recruitment agencies please Lindfield Location Casual Position Available Potential for ongoing employment opportunities Make a Difference in the life of others CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay is a diverse and innovative social care provider delivering childrens services, education and care, disability services, a range of family support programs and therapeutic out of home care to 20,000+ children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and on the NSW Central Coast. We are seeking a Casual Residential Disability Support Worker to join our Residential Care program at Lindfield, Woods Cottage. This position exists to provide effective, flexible and high quality care to residents of Woods Cottage which provides 24 hour care for individuals who have complex needs in line with their personal care plans. It is important to note that this role requires a female worker. This is a genuine occupational qualification for this role. Responsibilities will include Working from a Person Centred Approach to effectively and efficiently implement individual plan objectives for Woods Cottage Residents Interacting positively and appropriately with residents, their families and the community Providing assistance and support to residents to access and participate in a diverse range of activities Ensuring safety standards are maintained Maintaining up to date records, evaluations and reports as well as Other tasks detailed in attached Position Description. About you To be considered for this role you will Have a Certificate III in Disabilities andor one year minimum experience working with people with a disability Have sound knowledge of person-centred plan goals and objectives Have demonstrated experience implementing client outcomes and individual behaviour support plans Be able to demonstrate knowledge of Disability Service Standards and Disability Services Act (1993). Have highly developed communication and time management skills Hold a valid current NSW driver™s license As well as other criteria listed in the attached Position Description. Working with CatholicCare CatholicCare offers a range of initiatives to actively promote your lifework balance and development of our employees through Working for a not for profit organisation who strive for a world where people are safe, happy, well and connected with each other in inclusive communities Great training and learning opportunities to help further your career and An Employee Assistance Program offering free and confidential counselling and support. To apply If you are a passionate person who realises the tremendous opportunity that this role offers and want to utilise your skills and passion in a rewarding environment, we want to hear from you Simply complete your work history amp education information on the application page and submit your resume. You are welcome to include any certificates or licences in the education section to assist us in assessing your suitability for this role. We encourage and welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Apply Now CatholicCare is a child-safe and child-friendly organisation “ all staff must comply with our child-safe child-friendly policies and Code of Conduct. All child related roles are subject to a satisfactory Working with Children Check Clearance in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012. Completing a National Criminal History Record Check clearance is a requirement of this position No recruitment agencies please Lindfield Location Lindfield Location Casual Position Available Casual Position Available Potential for ongoing employment opportunities Potential for ongoing employment opportunities Make a Difference in the life of others Make a Difference in the life of others CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay is a diverse and innovative social care provider delivering childrens services, education and care, disability services, a range of family support programs and therapeutic out of home care to 20,000+ children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and on the NSW Central Coast. We are seeking a Casual Residential Disability Support Worker to join our Residential Care program at Lindfield, Woods Cottage. This position exists to provide effective, flexible and high quality care to residents of Woods Cottage which provides 24 hour care for individuals who have complex needs in line with their personal care plans. It is important to note that this role requires a female worker. This is a genuine occupational qualification for this role. Responsibilities will include Working from a Person Centred Approach to effectively and efficiently implement individual plan objectives for Woods Cottage Residents Interacting positively and appropriately with residents, their families and the community Providing assistance and support to residents to access and participate in a diverse range of activities Ensuring safety standards are maintained Maintaining up to date records, evaluations and reports as well as Other tasks detailed in attached Position Description. About you About you To be considered for this role you will Have a Certificate III in Disabilities andor one year minimum experience working with people with a disability Have sound knowledge of person-centred plan goals and objectives Have demonstrated experience implementing client outcomes and individual behaviour support plans Be able to demonstrate knowledge of Disability Service Standards and Disability Services Act (1993). Have highly developed communication and time management skills Hold a valid current NSW driver™s license As well as other criteria listed in the attached Position Description. Working with CatholicCare Working with CatholicCare CatholicCare offers a range of initiatives to actively promote your lifework balance and development of our employees through Working for a not for profit organisation who strive for a world where people are safe, happy, well and connected with each other in inclusive communities Great training and learning opportunities to help further your career and An Employee Assistance Program offering free and confidential counselling and support. To apply To apply If you are a passionate person who realises the tremendous opportunity that this role offers and want to utilise your skills and passion in a rewarding environment, we want to hear from you Simply complete your work history amp education information on the application page and submit your resume. You are welcome to include any certificates or licences in the education section to assist us in assessing your suitability for this role. We encourage and welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Apply Now Apply Now CatholicCare is a child-safe and child-friendly organisation “ all staff must comply with our child-safe child-friendly policies and Code of Conduct. All child related roles are subject to a satisfactory Working with Children Check Clearance in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012. Completing a National Criminal History Record Check clearance is a requirement of this position No recruitment agencies please

    location Lindfield, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner

    Founded in 2000 as a joint venture between Accenture and Microsoft we are a leading digital innovator, realising results for our clients and their customers through the power of people and the Microsoft ecosystem. We have a deeply collaborative and diverse workforce of digitally connected people across 24 countries. Through thousands of projects, we™ve transformed businesses for the digital world. We™ve helped them create compelling experiences for their customers and employees. The Role This is a backfill opportunity to support other team members, as well as provide parental leave cover for a portion of the time. As Business HR, you will be in a multi-faceted role that is responsible for supporting the effective rhythm of business for HR and HR operations matters. This includes responsibilities spanning HR planning, HR calendar, budget management, HR metrics etc. This role is responsible for supporting the effective rhythm of business for HR and HR operations matters with a focus on the ability to nurture coach advise and lead people. You will also be responsible for coordinating compliance and audit activities across HR and be involved in special projects, HR planning, HR calendar, and HR metrics. Additionally, you will drive effective communications across HR and the business which supports our collaboration and connectedness as a function. Part of the parental leave cover will involve a Learning and Development element, you will be responsible for the coordination of training, monitoring of the Australia training budget and stakeholder management at all levels both regional and global. This is a true generalist role which will see you working in both a creative and corporate consultancy environment. What you need to bring to us Bring to us your dynamic personality, strong work ethic, flexibility, knowledge and ideally your proven experience working within a multi-faceted, consultancy environment. You will have either worked in an HR Business Partner role, or sufficient HR Coordinator experience providing the foundation to move into a Generalist business partnering space. Preferably you will have an interest in Learning amp Development. Your strong operational and organizational skills, attention to detail and proven experience in working across different HR disciplines and cultural environments is what we are seeking. Given the current climate, you must be comfortable to onboard remotely and work remotely with new team and broader business. You must have the ability to connect and build strong working relationships with our team locally and globally with the proven ability to communicate across all levels of the organization, particularly with respect to active listening to and integrating information from various sources quickly. Add to this your strong analytical and problem-solving skill as well as proven experience within a multinational matrix both live and virtually across time zones. Bring us your true self In return, we will provide you with a supportive and creative team that is willing to invest in your development. Despite the remote work set up, you will not be alone This is a real career for the real you in the real world. When you™re ready to make it real, join us

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor

    Immediate Start CBD Location 6 Month Fixed Term Contract 100k plus Super About Them Your new organisation is an ASX listed business, currently employing over 7,000 people across Australia. The company prides itself on its diverse workforce and inclusive corporate culture, as well as its commitment to delivering operational and service excellence to their customers. About the Role In this 6-month fixed term contract you will be assisting the broader Human Resources Team with the fall out from the unfortunate COVID-19 outbreak and the effect it has had on this business. You will be working closely with the HRBP across the corporate client group and will have a Employee Relations Focus. The role will be a mix of Business as usual HR but you will need to be able to deal with whatever the companies reaction is to COVID-19 including potential redundancies, retrenchments and redeployment across the business. About You The Successful HR Advisor will have a predominately blue and some white collar mix of experience and have experience dealing with complex Employee Relations matters. To be successful in this role you must be able to juggle Business as Usual tasks but be able to handle anything reactionary that may arise at short notice. The current work environment is unpredictable and so you will need to be able to roll up your sleeves and be pragmatic and action orientated with a strong execution focus to succeed in this role. You will be degree qualified and previous experience in FMCG or manufacturing is highly desired. This is a 6 month fixed term contract with an immediate start date based in Sydney CBD and will pay up to 100K + Super. About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Keilee Armstrong on 0414 7555 625. Immediate Start CBD Location 6 Month Fixed Term Contract 100k plus Super About Them Your new organisation is an ASX listed business, currently employing over 7,000 people across Australia. The company prides itself on its diverse workforce and inclusive corporate culture, as well as its commitment to delivering operational and service excellence to their customers. About the Role In this 6-month fixed term contract you will be assisting the broader Human Resources Team with the fall out from the unfortunate COVID-19 outbreak and the effect it has had on this business. You will be working closely with the HRBP across the corporate client group and will have a Employee Relations Focus. The role will be a mix of Business as usual HR but you will need to be able to deal with whatever the companies reaction is to COVID-19 including potential redundancies, retrenchments and redeployment across the business. About You The Successful HR Advisor will have a predominately blue and some white collar mix of experience and have experience dealing with complex Employee Relations matters. To be successful in this role you must be able to juggle Business as Usual tasks but be able to handle anything reactionary that may arise at short notice. The current work environment is unpredictable and so you will need to be able to roll up your sleeves and be pragmatic and action orientated with a strong execution focus to succeed in this role. You will be degree qualified and previous experience in FMCG or manufacturing is highly desired. This is a 6 month fixed term contract with an immediate start date based in Sydney CBD and will pay up to 100K + Super. About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Keilee Armstrong on 0414 7555 625. Immediate Start CBD Location 6 Month Fixed Term Contract 100k plus Super About Them Your new organisation is an ASX listed business, currently employing over 7,000 people across Australia. The company prides itself on its diverse workforce and inclusive corporate culture, as well as its commitment to delivering operational and service excellence to their customers. About the Role In this 6-month fixed term contract you will be assisting the broader Human Resources Team with the fall out from the unfortunate COVID-19 outbreak and the effect it has had on this business. You will be working closely with the HRBP across the corporate client group and will have a Employee Relations Focus. The role will be a mix of Business as usual HR but you will need to be able to deal with whatever the companies reaction is to COVID-19 including potential redundancies, retrenchments and redeployment across the business. About You The Successful HR Advisor will have a predominately blue and some white collar mix of experience and have experience dealing with complex Employee Relations matters. To be successful in this role you must be able to juggle Business as Usual tasks but be able to handle anything reactionary that may arise at short notice. The current work environment is unpredictable and so you will need to be able to roll up your sleeves and be pragmatic and action orientated with a strong execution focus to succeed in this role. You will be degree qualified and previous experience in FMCG or manufacturing is highly desired. This is a 6 month fixed term contract with an immediate start date based in Sydney CBD and will pay up to 100K + Super. About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Keilee Armstrong on 0414 7555 625. About Them Your new organisation is an ASX listed business, currently employing over 7,000 people across Australia. The company prides itself on its diverse workforce and inclusive corporate culture, as well as its commitment to delivering operational and service excellence to their customers. About Them About the Role About You About Applying

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Generalist –

    As the HR Generalist you will play a key role in providing administrative, compliance-oriented and strategic tasks to the senior executive team. You will be responsible for planning, executing, evaluating and administrating effective processes that will in turn, support the various systems within the business. As part of your role, you will manage employee enquiries and provide solutions to maintain morale and compliance. In addition, you will be responsible for the workers compensation and RTW processes within the business. This is a minimum 8-week role. Responsibilities The HR Generalist will be responsible for the following Liaise with stakeholders at all levels of the business to manage the HR function. Manage the workers compensation and RTW processes Provide advice Manage projects and initiatives Oversee performance process and support appraisal system Manage staff feedback Change and conflict management Candidate Profile You are degree qualified Human Resources Professional Demonstrable HR Generalist experience Strong ability to build rapport and influence stakeholders at all levels of the business You will possess confident, engaging, and compelling communication skills. Candidates with a background within NFP are highly regarded The Company, Culture amp Benefits The Company is a Leading service-provider operating within the Australian market for the last three decades. Their passion lies in people and managing people both internally and externally. They are renowned for their customer service and have long-standing relations with community. Apply If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the œapply link below. The reference number for this role is DZHR5355. Please allow for 3 “ 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call. As the HR Generalist you will play a key role in providing administrative, compliance-oriented and strategic tasks to the senior executive team. You will be responsible for planning, executing, evaluating and administrating effective processes that will in turn, support the various systems within the business. As part of your role, you will manage employee enquiries and provide solutions to maintain morale and compliance. In addition, you will be responsible for the workers compensation and RTW processes within the business. This is a minimum 8-week role. Responsibilities The HR Generalist will be responsible for the following Liaise with stakeholders at all levels of the business to manage the HR function. Manage the workers compensation and RTW processes Provide advice Manage projects and initiatives Oversee performance process and support appraisal system Manage staff feedback Change and conflict management Candidate Profile You are degree qualified Human Resources Professional Demonstrable HR Generalist experience Strong ability to build rapport and influence stakeholders at all levels of the business You will possess confident, engaging, and compelling communication skills. Candidates with a background within NFP are highly regarded The Company, Culture amp Benefits The Company is a Leading service-provider operating within the Australian market for the last three decades. Their passion lies in people and managing people both internally and externally. They are renowned for their customer service and have long-standing relations with community. Apply If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the œapply link below. The reference number for this role is DZHR5355. Please allow for 3 “ 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call. As the HR Generalist you will play a key role in providing administrative, compliance-oriented and strategic tasks to the senior executive team. You will be responsible for planning, executing, evaluating and administrating effective processes that will in turn, support the various systems within the business. As part of your role, you will manage employee enquiries and provide solutions to maintain morale and compliance. In addition, you will be responsible for the workers compensation and RTW processes within the business. This is a minimum 8-week role. Responsibilities The HR Generalist will be responsible for the following Responsibilities Liaise with stakeholders at all levels of the business to manage the HR function. Manage the workers compensation and RTW processes Provide advice Manage projects and initiatives Oversee performance process and support appraisal system Manage staff feedback Change and conflict management Candidate Profile Candidate Profile You are degree qualified Human Resources Professional Demonstrable HR Generalist experience Strong ability to build rapport and influence stakeholders at all levels of the business You will possess confident, engaging, and compelling communication skills. Candidates with a background within NFP are highly regarded The Company, Culture amp Benefits The Company is a Leading service-provider operating within the Australian market for the last three decades. Their passion lies in people and managing people both internally and externally. They are renowned for their customer service and have long-standing relations with community. The Company, Culture amp Benefits Apply If this sounds like you, please send your resume by clicking the œapply link below. The reference number for this role is DZHR5355. Please allow for 3 “ 5 working days for us to process all the applications. All applicants will receive feedback from us, either via email or a telephone call. Apply

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • People and Culture Advisor

    People and Culture Advisor APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship. People and Culture Advisor APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship. People and Culture Advisor People and Culture Advisor People and Culture Advisor APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30 th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • hr business partner

    Supporting client groups across NSW and ACT Worklife balance and flexibility Perfect mix of strategic and operational HR An opportunity for a driven, dynamic and experienced HR professional to truly partner with the business in a rare permanent part-time capacity. The Opportunity Predominantly based in Sydney™s CBD and reporting to the National HR Manager, this role is key in partnering closely with corporate stakeholders of the business, providing strategic, commercial and operational HR support to your dedicated client group. In this role, you will focus on working with the Leadership team to coach and provide advice on best practice HR including employee engagement initiatives, HR systems, employee relations, performance management and any HR related projects. You will also have the opportunity to partner with the HRM and the broader team to develop and roll out new initiatives across the business. This is a permanent part-time opportunity, ideally looking between 22-31 hours per week and will need flexibility to work from other sites from time to time. You Proven HR business partner background with exposure across the entire HR remit in a geographically dispersed workforce Experience in managing at a HR Advisor level Pragmatic, resilient and outcomes focused style with experience and knowledge in navigating across white and blue collar environments Strong knowledge of Australian ER framework and legislation The ability to collaborate, influence and build strong relationships at all levels of the business If this sounds like the ideal opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Kayla Hoye on 02 9019 1600 or for a confidential discussion. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. Supporting client groups across NSW and ACT Worklife balance and flexibility Perfect mix of strategic and operational HR An opportunity for a driven, dynamic and experienced HR professional to truly partner with the business in a rare permanent part-time capacity. The Opportunity Predominantly based in Sydney™s CBD and reporting to the National HR Manager, this role is key in partnering closely with corporate stakeholders of the business, providing strategic, commercial and operational HR support to your dedicated client group. In this role, you will focus on working with the Leadership team to coach and provide advice on best practice HR including employee engagement initiatives, HR systems, employee relations, performance management and any HR related projects. You will also have the opportunity to partner with the HRM and the broader team to develop and roll out new initiatives across the business. This is a permanent part-time opportunity, ideally looking between 22-31 hours per week and will need flexibility to work from other sites from time to time. You Proven HR business partner background with exposure across the entire HR remit in a geographically dispersed workforce Experience in managing at a HR Advisor level Pragmatic, resilient and outcomes focused style with experience and knowledge in navigating across white and blue collar environments Strong knowledge of Australian ER framework and legislation The ability to collaborate, influence and build strong relationships at all levels of the business If this sounds like the ideal opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Kayla Hoye on 02 9019 1600 or for a confidential discussion. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. Supporting client groups across NSW and ACT Worklife balance and flexibility Perfect mix of strategic and operational HR An opportunity for a driven, dynamic and experienced HR professional to truly partner with the business in a rare permanent part-time capacity. An opportunity for a driven, dynamic and experienced HR professional to truly partner with the business in a rare permanent part-time capacity. The Opportunity The Opportunity Predominantly based in Sydney™s CBD and reporting to the National HR Manager, this role is key in partnering closely with corporate stakeholders of the business, providing strategic, commercial and operational HR support to your dedicated client group. In this role, you will focus on working with the Leadership team to coach and provide advice on best practice HR including employee engagement initiatives, HR systems, employee relations, performance management and any HR related projects. You will also have the opportunity to partner with the HRM and the broader team to develop and roll out new initiatives across the business. This is a permanent part-time opportunity, ideally looking between 22-31 hours per week and will need flexibility to work from other sites from time to time. You You Proven HR business partner background with exposure across the entire HR remit in a geographically dispersed workforce Experience in managing at a HR Advisor level Pragmatic, resilient and outcomes focused style with experience and knowledge in navigating across white and blue collar environments Strong knowledge of Australian ER framework and legislation The ability to collaborate, influence and build strong relationships at all levels of the business If this sounds like the ideal opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Kayla Hoye on 02 9019 1600 or for a confidential discussion. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

    location Australia, New South Wales


  • HR Business Partner - NEW

    Sydney CBD location, close to transport 12 month fixed term contract Collaborative environment About Them This Sydney CBD based client is a large and complex industry leader that consists of both white and blue collar workers and is moving through significant change. To better meet the needs of their customers, it is on a journey of transformation. With this significant change happening an opportunity exists to join the People and Culture team as an HR Business Partner on a 12 month fixed term basis. About the Role In this 12 month fixed term contract you will be reporting into one of the HR Managers and will be providing high level HR advice to the ICT client group (approximately 300 employees) as well as other client groups which are yet to be finalised. This is a true HR generalist role that will see you leading, coaching and motivating others in the development of robust and innovative approaches to build ownership and engagement at all levels. We are looking for someone who is a solid operator and who truly understands the HR Business Partner model. You will be someone who can get things done and is used to not focusing on the lower level tasks. About You To be considered for this opportunity you will ideally have Previously supported an ICT client group as an HR Business partner within a large and complex structure Proven and effective stakeholder management skills and an ability to communicate clearly and convincingly and in order to influence outcomes across all management levels An ability to consult with a large number of stakeholders and manage these relationships accordingly A proactive, consultative, and problem-solving approach in order to achieve overall organisational objectives whilst still maintaining a customer orientation Advisory and problem-solving skills and the ability to be proactive and confident in their abilities Previous experience operating within an agile working environment and exposure to SuccessFactors or Workday About Culture amp Benefits This role will pay up to 140K Base + 15 Super + working a 9 day fortnight About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Vicki Treeby on 8256 2516 3119258 Sydney CBD location, close to transport 12 month fixed term contract Collaborative environment About Them This Sydney CBD based client is a large and complex industry leader that consists of both white and blue collar workers and is moving through significant change. To better meet the needs of their customers, it is on a journey of transformation. With this significant change happening an opportunity exists to join the People and Culture team as an HR Business Partner on a 12 month fixed term basis. About the Role In this 12 month fixed term contract you will be reporting into one of the HR Managers and will be providing high level HR advice to the ICT client group (approximately 300 employees) as well as other client groups which are yet to be finalised. This is a true HR generalist role that will see you leading, coaching and motivating others in the development of robust and innovative approaches to build ownership and engagement at all levels. We are looking for someone who is a solid operator and who truly understands the HR Business Partner model. You will be someone who can get things done and is used to not focusing on the lower level tasks. About You To be considered for this opportunity you will ideally have Previously supported an ICT client group as an HR Business partner within a large and complex structure Proven and effective stakeholder management skills and an ability to communicate clearly and convincingly and in order to influence outcomes across all management levels An ability to consult with a large number of stakeholders and manage these relationships accordingly A proactive, consultative, and problem-solving approach in order to achieve overall organisational objectives whilst still maintaining a customer orientation Advisory and problem-solving skills and the ability to be proactive and confident in their abilities Previous experience operating within an agile working environment and exposure to SuccessFactors or Workday About Culture amp Benefits This role will pay up to 140K Base + 15 Super + working a 9 day fortnight About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Vicki Treeby on 8256 2516 3119258 Sydney CBD location, close to transport 12 month fixed term contract Collaborative environment About Them This Sydney CBD based client is a large and complex industry leader that consists of both white and blue collar workers and is moving through significant change. To better meet the needs of their customers, it is on a journey of transformation. With this significant change happening an opportunity exists to join the People and Culture team as an HR Business Partner on a 12 month fixed term basis. About Them About the Role In this 12 month fixed term contract you will be reporting into one of the HR Managers and will be providing high level HR advice to the ICT client group (approximately 300 employees) as well as other client groups which are yet to be finalised. This is a true HR generalist role that will see you leading, coaching and motivating others in the development of robust and innovative approaches to build ownership and engagement at all levels. We are looking for someone who is a solid operator and who truly understands the HR Business Partner model. You will be someone who can get things done and is used to not focusing on the lower level tasks. About You Previously supported an ICT client group as an HR Business partner within a large and complex structure Proven and effective stakeholder management skills and an ability to communicate clearly and convincingly and in order to influence outcomes across all management levels An ability to consult with a large number of stakeholders and manage these relationships accordingly A proactive, consultative, and problem-solving approach in order to achieve overall organisational objectives whilst still maintaining a customer orientation Advisory and problem-solving skills and the ability to be proactive and confident in their abilities Previous experience operating within an agile working environment and exposure to SuccessFactors or Workday About Culture amp Benefits About Applying

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Manager

    Fast paced, energetic environment Sit on the NSW leadership team Autonomous role - drive the business forward Our client is a highly successful multi-store retailer is looking for an HR Manager to manage the NSW region and develop and deliver HR initiatives in line with the business strategy. This successful business requires a sharp thinking and proactive individual who can work well across the many facets of human resources. As part of the NSW leadership team, you will coach and up-skill managers, drive HR audits, and overview safety practices. Day to day you will be responsible for Supporting a multi-site portfolio and partnering with senior leaders to drive HR initiatives. Managing end-to-end generalist tasks including recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, talent management, succession planning, ER matters, development plans, restructures and redundancy processes. Leveraging COEs to drive cyclical activities, capability uplift, performance and employee development across your remit. Specifically, you will have a focus on building leadership capability across the function. Support understanding and driving improvement in people metrics. To be successful you will demonstrate Prior experience working in a fast-paced national business with multi site experience. Tertiary qualification in HR or relevant discipline. Seeking someone who is comfortable working autonomously, dealing with ambiguity, influencing senior leaders, holding their own when needed and being able to push back. Strong stakeholder management skills For someone who is energized and motivated by change and continuous improvement, then this could be the role for you. For a true generalist, this role would be highly rewarding. If you fit the description and are interested we would love to hear from you- please call Georgia Hazell on 02 8045 2924 or apply online quoting Ref. no. 3119848. Fast paced, energetic environment Sit on the NSW leadership team Autonomous role - drive the business forward Our client is a highly successful multi-store retailer is looking for an HR Manager to manage the NSW region and develop and deliver HR initiatives in line with the business strategy. This successful business requires a sharp thinking and proactive individual who can work well across the many facets of human resources. As part of the NSW leadership team, you will coach and up-skill managers, drive HR audits, and overview safety practices. Day to day you will be responsible for Supporting a multi-site portfolio and partnering with senior leaders to drive HR initiatives. Managing end-to-end generalist tasks including recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, talent management, succession planning, ER matters, development plans, restructures and redundancy processes. Leveraging COEs to drive cyclical activities, capability uplift, performance and employee development across your remit. Specifically, you will have a focus on building leadership capability across the function. Support understanding and driving improvement in people metrics. To be successful you will demonstrate Prior experience working in a fast-paced national business with multi site experience. Tertiary qualification in HR or relevant discipline. Seeking someone who is comfortable working autonomously, dealing with ambiguity, influencing senior leaders, holding their own when needed and being able to push back. Strong stakeholder management skills For someone who is energized and motivated by change and continuous improvement, then this could be the role for you. For a true generalist, this role would be highly rewarding. If you fit the description and are interested we would love to hear from you- please call Georgia Hazell on 02 8045 2924 or apply online quoting Ref. no. 3119848. Fast paced, energetic environment Sit on the NSW leadership team Autonomous role - drive the business forward Supporting a multi-site portfolio and partnering with senior leaders to drive HR initiatives. Managing end-to-end generalist tasks including recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, talent management, succession planning, ER matters, development plans, restructures and redundancy processes. Leveraging COEs to drive cyclical activities, capability uplift, performance and employee development across your remit. Specifically, you will have a focus on building leadership capability across the function. Support understanding and driving improvement in people metrics. Prior experience working in a fast-paced national business with multi site experience. Tertiary qualification in HR or relevant discipline. Seeking someone who is comfortable working autonomously, dealing with ambiguity, influencing senior leaders, holding their own when needed and being able to push back. Strong stakeholder management skills For someone who is energized and motivated by change and continuous improvement, then this could be the role for you.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Manager

    Our client is a highly successful multi-store retailer is looking for an HR Manager to manage the NSW region and develop and deliver HR initiatives in line with the business strategy. This successful business requires a sharp thinking and proactive individual who can work well across the many facets of human resources. As part of the NSW leadership team, you will coach and up-skill managers, drive HR audits, and overview safety practices. Day to day you will be responsible for Supporting a multi-site portfolio and partnering with senior leaders to drive HR initiatives. Managing end-to-end generalist tasks including recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, talent management, succession planning, ER matters, development plans, restructures and redundancy processes. Leveraging COEs to drive cyclical activities, capability uplift, performance and employee development across your remit. Specifically, you will have a focus on building leadership capability across the function. Support understanding and driving improvement in people metrics. To be successful you will demonstrate Prior experience working in a fast-paced national business with multi site experience. Tertiary qualification in HR or relevant discipline. Seeking someone who is comfortable working autonomously, dealing with ambiguity, influencing senior leaders, holding their own when needed and being able to push back. Strong stakeholder management skills For someone who is energized and motivated by change and continuous improvement, then this could be the role for you. For a true generalist, this role would be highly rewarding. If you fit the description and are interested we would love to hear from you- please call Georgia Hazell on 02 8045 2924 or apply online quoting Ref. no. 3119848. Our client is a highly successful multi-store retailer is looking for an HR Manager to manage the NSW region and develop and deliver HR initiatives in line with the business strategy. This successful business requires a sharp thinking and proactive individual who can work well across the many facets of human resources. As part of the NSW leadership team, you will coach and up-skill managers, drive HR audits, and overview safety practices. Day to day you will be responsible for Supporting a multi-site portfolio and partnering with senior leaders to drive HR initiatives. Managing end-to-end generalist tasks including recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, talent management, succession planning, ER matters, development plans, restructures and redundancy processes. Leveraging COEs to drive cyclical activities, capability uplift, performance and employee development across your remit. Specifically, you will have a focus on building leadership capability across the function. Support understanding and driving improvement in people metrics. To be successful you will demonstrate Prior experience working in a fast-paced national business with multi site experience. Tertiary qualification in HR or relevant discipline. Seeking someone who is comfortable working autonomously, dealing with ambiguity, influencing senior leaders, holding their own when needed and being able to push back. Strong stakeholder management skills For someone who is energized and motivated by change and continuous improvement, then this could be the role for you. For a true generalist, this role would be highly rewarding. If you fit the description and are interested we would love to hear from you- please call Georgia Hazell on 02 8045 2924 or apply online quoting Ref. no. 3119848. Supporting a multi-site portfolio and partnering with senior leaders to drive HR initiatives. Managing end-to-end generalist tasks including recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, talent management, succession planning, ER matters, development plans, restructures and redundancy processes. Leveraging COEs to drive cyclical activities, capability uplift, performance and employee development across your remit. Specifically, you will have a focus on building leadership capability across the function. Support understanding and driving improvement in people metrics. Prior experience working in a fast-paced national business with multi site experience. Tertiary qualification in HR or relevant discipline. Seeking someone who is comfortable working autonomously, dealing with ambiguity, influencing senior leaders, holding their own when needed and being able to push back. Strong stakeholder management skills For someone who is energized and motivated by change and continuous improvement, then this could be the role for you.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Manager

    Fast paced, energetic environment Sit on the NSW leadership team Autonomous role - drive the business forward Our client is a highly successful multi-store retailer is looking for an HR Manager to manage the NSW region and develop and deliver HR initiatives in line with the business strategy. This successful business requires a sharp thinking and proactive individual who can work well across the many facets of human resources. As part of the NSW leadership team, you will coach and up-skill managers, drive HR audits, and overview safety practices. Day to day you will be responsible for Supporting a multi-site portfolio and partnering with senior leaders to drive HR initiatives. Managing end-to-end generalist tasks including recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, talent management, succession planning, ER matters, development plans, restructures and redundancy processes. Leveraging COEs to drive cyclical activities, capability uplift, performance and employee development across your remit. Specifically, you will have a focus on building leadership capability across the function. Support understanding and driving improvement in people metrics. To be successful you will demonstrate Prior experience working in a fast-paced national business with multi site experience. Tertiary qualification in HR or relevant discipline. Seeking someone who is comfortable working autonomously, dealing with ambiguity, influencing senior leaders, holding their own when needed and being able to push back. Strong stakeholder management skills For someone who is energized and motivated by change and continuous improvement, then this could be the role for you. For a true generalist, this role would be highly rewarding. If you fit the description and are interested we would love to hear from you- please call Georgia Hazell on 02 8045 2924 or apply online quoting Ref. no. 3119848. 3119848 Fast paced, energetic environment Sit on the NSW leadership team Autonomous role - drive the business forward Our client is a highly successful multi-store retailer is looking for an HR Manager to manage the NSW region and develop and deliver HR initiatives in line with the business strategy. This successful business requires a sharp thinking and proactive individual who can work well across the many facets of human resources. As part of the NSW leadership team, you will coach and up-skill managers, drive HR audits, and overview safety practices. Day to day you will be responsible for Supporting a multi-site portfolio and partnering with senior leaders to drive HR initiatives. Managing end-to-end generalist tasks including recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, talent management, succession planning, ER matters, development plans, restructures and redundancy processes. Leveraging COEs to drive cyclical activities, capability uplift, performance and employee development across your remit. Specifically, you will have a focus on building leadership capability across the function. Support understanding and driving improvement in people metrics. To be successful you will demonstrate Prior experience working in a fast-paced national business with multi site experience. Tertiary qualification in HR or relevant discipline. Seeking someone who is comfortable working autonomously, dealing with ambiguity, influencing senior leaders, holding their own when needed and being able to push back. Strong stakeholder management skills For someone who is energized and motivated by change and continuous improvement, then this could be the role for you. For a true generalist, this role would be highly rewarding. If you fit the description and are interested we would love to hear from you- please call Georgia Hazell on 02 8045 2924 or apply online quoting Ref. no. 3119848. 3119848 Fast paced, energetic environment Sit on the NSW leadership team Autonomous role - drive the business forward Supporting a multi-site portfolio and partnering with senior leaders to drive HR initiatives. Managing end-to-end generalist tasks including recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, talent management, succession planning, ER matters, development plans, restructures and redundancy processes. Leveraging COEs to drive cyclical activities, capability uplift, performance and employee development across your remit. Specifically, you will have a focus on building leadership capability across the function. Support understanding and driving improvement in people metrics. Prior experience working in a fast-paced national business with multi site experience. Tertiary qualification in HR or relevant discipline. Seeking someone who is comfortable working autonomously, dealing with ambiguity, influencing senior leaders, holding their own when needed and being able to push back. Strong stakeholder management skills For someone who is energized and motivated by change and continuous improvement, then this could be the role for you.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Talent Acquisition/HR Manager

    About Hometime Hometime is the largest and fastest growing Airbnb property management company in the APAC region. We are industry leaders, recognised by Airbnb as Professional Co-Hosts. We pride ourselves on delivering a five star service to both our hosts and our guests from which we are able to provide this service through our incredible network of Partners. Our Partners are powered by Hometime™s combination of best in-house technology and training to ensure a five star experience is always attained for our hosts amp guests. Hometime currently operates throughout Australia and New Zealand, and our team is growing fast as we consistently add new markets. At Hometime, we are building a collaborative culture where we can bring our vision to life. Rather than title driven, curating an environment without a focus on hierarchy as we do not believe in top down management. We believe a great business has to start with great people. Position Overview The Talent AcquisitionHR Manager will be responsible for designing and implementing an HR strategy and best practices across the business as Hometime grows and expands into new markets. The role will have a strong focus advising, overseeing and assisting other Managers in applying sound recruitment and selection practices, and appropriate induction, training and development programs The Talent Acquisition Manager will also manage and oversee recruitment for new positions within Hometime™s central team, onboard new employees where required, and be the primary point of contact for general HR matters.The successful applicant will be committed to developing best-practise HR processes at Hometime, and will play a key role in establishing and maintaining a culture of excellence across the business. The ideal candidate for this role is highly entrepreneurial, a natural problem solver and comfortable working in a dynamic environment. This candidate will essentially have direct experience working within a startup environment heavily involved in the real estate or short term rental industry. Responsibilities Develop and advise on scalable talent acquisition strategies for Hometime Hosting Partners (contractors) across Australia and New Zealand. Develop and maintain up to date job descriptions for contractors and employees across the Hometime business. Develop and execute best-practice HR processes for Hometime™s central team, including onboarding of new employees. Work closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure best practices are being followed in relation to onboarding of employees. Work collaboratively with offshore People and Culture Manager. Advise our offshore manager on best recruitment and HR practices overseeing the process. Provide advice to Hometime™s management team on compensation strategy. Develop processes for periodic performance reviews. Develop a mechanism for staff and contractors to provide feedback on HR related matters. Coordinate staff meetings and offsites as required. Ensure employment practices comply with all relevant regulations and business requirements. Actively contribute to the development of a culture of excellence, empowerment and accountability across Hometime. Act as a point of contact for ad hoc HR issues as they arise. Develop HR policies Be flexible to contribute to other projects as required. Requirements Extensive experience and proven track record in talent. acquisition strategy development, execution and delivery. Strong ability to be able to understand detailed and nuanced business requirements and translate these into accurate job descriptions. Understanding of current best practices in relation to human resources management. Have extensive HR generalist experience within the real estate or short term rental market start-up space Demonstrated ability to thrive in a dynamic environment with minimal supervision. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Start up experience is desirable. Tertiary qualification or equivalent work experience in human resources, organisation development or business. Compensation 80,000-100,000 About Hometime Hometime is the largest and fastest growing Airbnb property management company in the APAC region. We are industry leaders, recognised by Airbnb as Professional Co-Hosts. We pride ourselves on delivering a five star service to both our hosts and our guests from which we are able to provide this service through our incredible network of Partners. Our Partners are powered by Hometime™s combination of best in-house technology and training to ensure a five star experience is always attained for our hosts amp guests. Hometime currently operates throughout Australia and New Zealand, and our team is growing fast as we consistently add new markets. At Hometime, we are building a collaborative culture where we can bring our vision to life. Rather than title driven, curating an environment without a focus on hierarchy as we do not believe in top down management. We believe a great business has to start with great people. Position Overview The Talent AcquisitionHR Manager will be responsible for designing and implementing an HR strategy and best practices across the business as Hometime grows and expands into new markets. The role will have a strong focus advising, overseeing and assisting other Managers in applying sound recruitment and selection practices, and appropriate induction, training and development programs The Talent Acquisition Manager will also manage and oversee recruitment for new positions within Hometime™s central team, onboard new employees where required, and be the primary point of contact for general HR matters.The successful applicant will be committed to developing best-practise HR processes at Hometime, and will play a key role in establishing and maintaining a culture of excellence across the business. The ideal candidate for this role is highly entrepreneurial, a natural problem solver and comfortable working in a dynamic environment. This candidate will essentially have direct experience working within a startup environment heavily involved in the real estate or short term rental industry. Responsibilities Develop and advise on scalable talent acquisition strategies for Hometime Hosting Partners (contractors) across Australia and New Zealand. Develop and maintain up to date job descriptions for contractors and employees across the Hometime business. Develop and execute best-practice HR processes for Hometime™s central team, including onboarding of new employees. Work closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure best practices are being followed in relation to onboarding of employees. Work collaboratively with offshore People and Culture Manager. Advise our offshore manager on best recruitment and HR practices overseeing the process. Provide advice to Hometime™s management team on compensation strategy. Develop processes for periodic performance reviews. Develop a mechanism for staff and contractors to provide feedback on HR related matters. Coordinate staff meetings and offsites as required. Ensure employment practices comply with all relevant regulations and business requirements. Actively contribute to the development of a culture of excellence, empowerment and accountability across Hometime. Act as a point of contact for ad hoc HR issues as they arise. Develop HR policies Be flexible to contribute to other projects as required. Requirements Extensive experience and proven track record in talent. acquisition strategy development, execution and delivery. Strong ability to be able to understand detailed and nuanced business requirements and translate these into accurate job descriptions. Understanding of current best practices in relation to human resources management. Have extensive HR generalist experience within the real estate or short term rental market start-up space Demonstrated ability to thrive in a dynamic environment with minimal supervision. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Start up experience is desirable. Tertiary qualification or equivalent work experience in human resources, organisation development or business. Compensation 80,000-100,000 About Hometime About Hometime Hometime is the largest and fastest growing Airbnb property management company in the APAC region. We are industry leaders, recognised by Airbnb as Professional Co-Hosts. We pride ourselves on delivering a five star service to both our hosts and our guests from which we are able to provide this service through our incredible network of Partners. Our Partners are powered by Hometime™s combination of best in-house technology and training to ensure a five star experience is always attained for our hosts amp guests. Hometime currently operates throughout Australia and New Zealand, and our team is growing fast as we consistently add new markets. At Hometime, we are building a collaborative culture where we can bring our vision to life. Rather than title driven, curating an environment without a focus on hierarchy as we do not believe in top down management. We believe a great business has to start with great people. Position Overview Position Overview The Talent AcquisitionHR Manager will be responsible for designing and implementing an HR strategy and best practices across the business as Hometime grows and expands into new markets. The role will have a strong focus advising, overseeing and assisting other Managers in applying sound recruitment and selection practices, and appropriate induction, training and development programs The Talent Acquisition Manager will also manage and oversee recruitment for new positions within Hometime™s central team, onboard new employees where required, and be the primary point of contact for general HR matters.The successful applicant will be committed to developing best-practise HR processes at Hometime, and will play a key role in establishing and maintaining a culture of excellence across the business. The ideal candidate for this role is highly entrepreneurial, a natural problem solver and comfortable working in a dynamic environment. This candidate will essentially have direct experience working within a startup environment heavily involved in the real estate or short term rental industry. Responsibilities Responsibilities Develop and advise on scalable talent acquisition strategies for Hometime Hosting Partners (contractors) across Australia and New Zealand. Develop and advise on scalable talent acquisition strategies for Hometime Hosting Partners (contractors) across Australia and New Zealand. Develop and maintain up to date job descriptions for contractors and employees across the Hometime business. Develop and maintain up to date job descriptions for contractors and employees across the Hometime business. Develop and execute best-practice HR processes for Hometime™s central team, including onboarding of new employees. Develop and execute best-practice HR processes for Hometime™s central team, including onboarding of new employees. Work closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure best practices are being followed in relation to onboarding of employees. Work closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure best practices are being followed in relation to onboarding of employees. Work collaboratively with offshore People and Culture Manager. Advise our offshore manager on best recruitment and HR practices overseeing the process. Work collaboratively with offshore People and Culture Manager. Advise our offshore manager on best recruitment and HR practices overseeing the process. Provide advice to Hometime™s management team on compensation strategy. Provide advice to Hometime™s management team on compensation strategy. Develop processes for periodic performance reviews. Develop processes for periodic performance reviews. Develop a mechanism for staff and contractors to provide feedback on HR related matters. Develop a mechanism for staff and contractors to provide feedback on HR related matters. Coordinate staff meetings and offsites as required. Coordinate staff meetings and offsites as required. Ensure employment practices comply with all relevant regulations and business requirements. Ensure employment practices comply with all relevant regulations and business requirements. Actively contribute to the development of a culture of excellence, empowerment and accountability across Hometime. Actively contribute to the development of a culture of excellence, empowerment and accountability across Hometime. Act as a point of contact for ad hoc HR issues as they arise. Act as a point of contact for ad hoc HR issues as they arise. Develop HR policies Develop HR policies Be flexible to contribute to other projects as required. Be flexible to contribute to other projects as required. Requirements Requirements Extensive experience and proven track record in talent. acquisition strategy development, execution and delivery. Extensive experience and proven track record in talent. acquisition strategy development, execution and delivery. Strong ability to be able to understand detailed and nuanced business requirements and translate these into accurate job descriptions. Strong ability to be able to understand detailed and nuanced business requirements and translate these into accurate job descriptions. Understanding of current best practices in relation to human resources management. Understanding of current best practices in relation to human resources management. Have extensive HR generalist experience within the real estate or short term rental market start-up space Have extensive HR generalist experience within the real estate or short term rental market start-up space Demonstrated ability to thrive in a dynamic environment with minimal supervision. Demonstrated ability to thrive in a dynamic environment with minimal supervision. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Start up experience is desirable. Start up experience is desirable. Tertiary qualification or equivalent work experience in human resources, organisation development or business. Compensation 80,000-100,000 Compensation 80,000-100,000

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Talent Acquisition/HR Manager

    About Hometime Hometime is the largest and fastest growing Airbnb property management company in the APAC region. We are industry leaders, recognised by Airbnb as Professional Co-Hosts. We pride ourselves on delivering a five star service to both our hosts and our guests from which we are able to provide this service through our incredible network of Partners. Our Partners are powered by Hometime™s combination of best in-house technology and training to ensure a five star experience is always attained for our hosts amp guests. Hometime currently operates throughout Australia and New Zealand, and our team is growing fast as we consistently add new markets. At Hometime, we are building a collaborative culture where we can bring our vision to life. Rather than title driven, curating an environment without a focus on hierarchy as we do not believe in top down management. We believe a great business has to start with great people. Position Overview The Talent AcquisitionHR Manager will be responsible for designing and implementing an HR strategy and best practices across the business as Hometime grows and expands into new markets. The role will have a strong focus advising, overseeing and assisting other Managers in applying sound recruitment and selection practices, and appropriate induction, training and development programs The Talent Acquisition Manager will also manage and oversee recruitment for new positions within Hometime™s central team, onboard new employees where required, and be the primary point of contact for general HR matters.The successful applicant will be committed to developing best-practise HR processes at Hometime, and will play a key role in establishing and maintaining a culture of excellence across the business. The ideal candidate for this role is highly entrepreneurial, a natural problem solver and comfortable working in a dynamic environment. This candidate will essentially have direct experience working within a startup environment heavily involved in the real estate or short term rental industry. Responsibilities Develop and advise on scalable talent acquisition strategies for Hometime Hosting Partners (contractors) across Australia and New Zealand. Develop and maintain up to date job descriptions for contractors and employees across the Hometime business. Develop and execute best-practice HR processes for Hometime™s central team, including onboarding of new employees. Work closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure best practices are being followed in relation to onboarding of employees. Work collaboratively with offshore People and Culture Manager. Advise our offshore manager on best recruitment and HR practices overseeing the process. Provide advice to Hometime™s management team on compensation strategy. Develop processes for periodic performance reviews. Develop a mechanism for staff and contractors to provide feedback on HR related matters. Coordinate staff meetings and offsites as required. Ensure employment practices comply with all relevant regulations and business requirements. Actively contribute to the development of a culture of excellence, empowerment and accountability across Hometime. Act as a point of contact for ad hoc HR issues as they arise. Develop HR policies Be flexible to contribute to other projects as required. Requirements Extensive experience and proven track record in talent. acquisition strategy development, execution and delivery. Strong ability to be able to understand detailed and nuanced business requirements and translate these into accurate job descriptions. Understanding of current best practices in relation to human resources management. Have extensive HR generalist experience within the real estate or short term rental market start-up space Demonstrated ability to thrive in a dynamic environment with minimal supervision. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Start up experience is desirable. Tertiary qualification or equivalent work experience in human resources, organisation development or business. Compensation 80,000-100,000 About Hometime Hometime is the largest and fastest growing Airbnb property management company in the APAC region. We are industry leaders, recognised by Airbnb as Professional Co-Hosts. We pride ourselves on delivering a five star service to both our hosts and our guests from which we are able to provide this service through our incredible network of Partners. Our Partners are powered by Hometime™s combination of best in-house technology and training to ensure a five star experience is always attained for our hosts amp guests. Hometime currently operates throughout Australia and New Zealand, and our team is growing fast as we consistently add new markets. At Hometime, we are building a collaborative culture where we can bring our vision to life. Rather than title driven, curating an environment without a focus on hierarchy as we do not believe in top down management. We believe a great business has to start with great people. Position Overview The Talent AcquisitionHR Manager will be responsible for designing and implementing an HR strategy and best practices across the business as Hometime grows and expands into new markets. The role will have a strong focus advising, overseeing and assisting other Managers in applying sound recruitment and selection practices, and appropriate induction, training and development programs The Talent Acquisition Manager will also manage and oversee recruitment for new positions within Hometime™s central team, onboard new employees where required, and be the primary point of contact for general HR matters.The successful applicant will be committed to developing best-practise HR processes at Hometime, and will play a key role in establishing and maintaining a culture of excellence across the business. The ideal candidate for this role is highly entrepreneurial, a natural problem solver and comfortable working in a dynamic environment. This candidate will essentially have direct experience working within a startup environment heavily involved in the real estate or short term rental industry. Responsibilities Develop and advise on scalable talent acquisition strategies for Hometime Hosting Partners (contractors) across Australia and New Zealand. Develop and maintain up to date job descriptions for contractors and employees across the Hometime business. Develop and execute best-practice HR processes for Hometime™s central team, including onboarding of new employees. Work closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure best practices are being followed in relation to onboarding of employees. Work collaboratively with offshore People and Culture Manager. Advise our offshore manager on best recruitment and HR practices overseeing the process. Provide advice to Hometime™s management team on compensation strategy. Develop processes for periodic performance reviews. Develop a mechanism for staff and contractors to provide feedback on HR related matters. Coordinate staff meetings and offsites as required. Ensure employment practices comply with all relevant regulations and business requirements. Actively contribute to the development of a culture of excellence, empowerment and accountability across Hometime. Act as a point of contact for ad hoc HR issues as they arise. Develop HR policies Be flexible to contribute to other projects as required. Requirements Extensive experience and proven track record in talent. acquisition strategy development, execution and delivery. Strong ability to be able to understand detailed and nuanced business requirements and translate these into accurate job descriptions. Understanding of current best practices in relation to human resources management. Have extensive HR generalist experience within the real estate or short term rental market start-up space Demonstrated ability to thrive in a dynamic environment with minimal supervision. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Start up experience is desirable. Tertiary qualification or equivalent work experience in human resources, organisation development or business. Compensation 80,000-100,000 About Hometime About Hometime Hometime is the largest and fastest growing Airbnb property management company in the APAC region. We are industry leaders, recognised by Airbnb as Professional Co-Hosts. We pride ourselves on delivering a five star service to both our hosts and our guests from which we are able to provide this service through our incredible network of Partners. Our Partners are powered by Hometime™s combination of best in-house technology and training to ensure a five star experience is always attained for our hosts amp guests. Hometime currently operates throughout Australia and New Zealand, and our team is growing fast as we consistently add new markets. At Hometime, we are building a collaborative culture where we can bring our vision to life. Rather than title driven, curating an environment without a focus on hierarchy as we do not believe in top down management. We believe a great business has to start with great people. Position Overview Position Overview The Talent AcquisitionHR Manager will be responsible for designing and implementing an HR strategy and best practices across the business as Hometime grows and expands into new markets. The role will have a strong focus advising, overseeing and assisting other Managers in applying sound recruitment and selection practices, and appropriate induction, training and development programs The Talent Acquisition Manager will also manage and oversee recruitment for new positions within Hometime™s central team, onboard new employees where required, and be the primary point of contact for general HR matters.The successful applicant will be committed to developing best-practise HR processes at Hometime, and will play a key role in establishing and maintaining a culture of excellence across the business. The ideal candidate for this role is highly entrepreneurial, a natural problem solver and comfortable working in a dynamic environment. This candidate will essentially have direct experience working within a startup environment heavily involved in the real estate or short term rental industry. Responsibilities Responsibilities Develop and advise on scalable talent acquisition strategies for Hometime Hosting Partners (contractors) across Australia and New Zealand. Develop and advise on scalable talent acquisition strategies for Hometime Hosting Partners (contractors) across Australia and New Zealand. Develop and maintain up to date job descriptions for contractors and employees across the Hometime business. Develop and maintain up to date job descriptions for contractors and employees across the Hometime business. Develop and execute best-practice HR processes for Hometime™s central team, including onboarding of new employees. Develop and execute best-practice HR processes for Hometime™s central team, including onboarding of new employees. Work closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure best practices are being followed in relation to onboarding of employees. Work closely with relevant stakeholders to ensure best practices are being followed in relation to onboarding of employees. Work collaboratively with offshore People and Culture Manager. Advise our offshore manager on best recruitment and HR practices overseeing the process. Work collaboratively with offshore People and Culture Manager. Advise our offshore manager on best recruitment and HR practices overseeing the process. Provide advice to Hometime™s management team on compensation strategy. Provide advice to Hometime™s management team on compensation strategy. Develop processes for periodic performance reviews. Develop processes for periodic performance reviews. Develop a mechanism for staff and contractors to provide feedback on HR related matters. Develop a mechanism for staff and contractors to provide feedback on HR related matters. Coordinate staff meetings and offsites as required. Coordinate staff meetings and offsites as required. Ensure employment practices comply with all relevant regulations and business requirements. Ensure employment practices comply with all relevant regulations and business requirements. Actively contribute to the development of a culture of excellence, empowerment and accountability across Hometime. Actively contribute to the development of a culture of excellence, empowerment and accountability across Hometime. Act as a point of contact for ad hoc HR issues as they arise. Act as a point of contact for ad hoc HR issues as they arise. Develop HR policies Develop HR policies Be flexible to contribute to other projects as required. Be flexible to contribute to other projects as required. Requirements Requirements Extensive experience and proven track record in talent. acquisition strategy development, execution and delivery. Extensive experience and proven track record in talent. acquisition strategy development, execution and delivery. Strong ability to be able to understand detailed and nuanced business requirements and translate these into accurate job descriptions. Strong ability to be able to understand detailed and nuanced business requirements and translate these into accurate job descriptions. Understanding of current best practices in relation to human resources management. Understanding of current best practices in relation to human resources management. Have extensive HR generalist experience within the real estate or short term rental market start-up space Have extensive HR generalist experience within the real estate or short term rental market start-up space Demonstrated ability to thrive in a dynamic environment with minimal supervision. Demonstrated ability to thrive in a dynamic environment with minimal supervision. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Start up experience is desirable. Start up experience is desirable. Tertiary qualification or equivalent work experience in human resources, organisation development or business. Compensation 80,000-100,000 Compensation 80,000-100,000

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • HR Advisor

    Immediate Start CBD Location 6 Month Fixed Term Contract 100k plus Super About Them Your new organisation is an ASX listed business, currently employing over 7,000 people across Australia. The company prides itself on its diverse workforce and inclusive corporate culture, as well as its commitment to delivering operational and service excellence to their customers. About the Role In this 6-month fixed term contract you will be assisting the broader Human Resources Team with the fall out from the unfortunate COVID-19 outbreak and the effect it has had on this business. You will be working closely with the HRBP across the corporate client group and will have a Employee Relations Focus. The role will be a mix of Business as usual HR but you will need to be able to deal with whatever the companies reaction is to COVID-19 including potential redundancies, retrenchments and redeployment across the business. About You The Successful HR Advisor will have a predominately blue and some white collar mix of experience and have experience dealing with complex Employee Relations matters. To be successful in this role you must be able to juggle Business as Usual tasks but be able to handle anything reactionary that may arise at short notice. The current work environment is unpredictable and so you will need to be able to roll up your sleeves and be pragmatic and action orientated with a strong execution focus to succeed in this role. You will be degree qualified and previous experience in FMCG or manufacturing is highly desired. This is a 6 month fixed term contract with an immediate start date based in Sydney CBD and will pay up to 100K + Super. About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Keilee Armstrong on 0414 755 625. 3120599 Immediate Start CBD Location 6 Month Fixed Term Contract 100k plus Super About Them Your new organisation is an ASX listed business, currently employing over 7,000 people across Australia. The company prides itself on its diverse workforce and inclusive corporate culture, as well as its commitment to delivering operational and service excellence to their customers. About the Role In this 6-month fixed term contract you will be assisting the broader Human Resources Team with the fall out from the unfortunate COVID-19 outbreak and the effect it has had on this business. You will be working closely with the HRBP across the corporate client group and will have a Employee Relations Focus. The role will be a mix of Business as usual HR but you will need to be able to deal with whatever the companies reaction is to COVID-19 including potential redundancies, retrenchments and redeployment across the business. About You The Successful HR Advisor will have a predominately blue and some white collar mix of experience and have experience dealing with complex Employee Relations matters. To be successful in this role you must be able to juggle Business as Usual tasks but be able to handle anything reactionary that may arise at short notice. The current work environment is unpredictable and so you will need to be able to roll up your sleeves and be pragmatic and action orientated with a strong execution focus to succeed in this role. You will be degree qualified and previous experience in FMCG or manufacturing is highly desired. This is a 6 month fixed term contract with an immediate start date based in Sydney CBD and will pay up to 100K + Super. About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Keilee Armstrong on 0414 755 625. 3120599 Immediate Start CBD Location 6 Month Fixed Term Contract 100k plus Super About Them Your new organisation is an ASX listed business, currently employing over 7,000 people across Australia. The company prides itself on its diverse workforce and inclusive corporate culture, as well as its commitment to delivering operational and service excellence to their customers. About the Role In this 6-month fixed term contract you will be assisting the broader Human Resources Team with the fall out from the unfortunate COVID-19 outbreak and the effect it has had on this business. You will be working closely with the HRBP across the corporate client group and will have a Employee Relations Focus. The role will be a mix of Business as usual HR but you will need to be able to deal with whatever the companies reaction is to COVID-19 including potential redundancies, retrenchments and redeployment across the business. About You The Successful HR Advisor will have a predominately blue and some white collar mix of experience and have experience dealing with complex Employee Relations matters. To be successful in this role you must be able to juggle Business as Usual tasks but be able to handle anything reactionary that may arise at short notice. The current work environment is unpredictable and so you will need to be able to roll up your sleeves and be pragmatic and action orientated with a strong execution focus to succeed in this role. You will be degree qualified and previous experience in FMCG or manufacturing is highly desired. This is a 6 month fixed term contract with an immediate start date based in Sydney CBD and will pay up to 100K + Super. About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Keilee Armstrong on 0414 755 625. About Them Your new organisation is an ASX listed business, currently employing over 7,000 people across Australia. The company prides itself on its diverse workforce and inclusive corporate culture, as well as its commitment to delivering operational and service excellence to their customers. About Them About the Role About You About Applying

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • hr manager - part time

    My client is looking for a Part time HR Manager to develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy and supporting policies and procedures. Within this newly created role you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of human resources practices and processes. This includes managing activities such as job design, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, training and development, and talent management to ensure business success. WIthin your role as HR Manager, you will ensure a positive and productive workplace where everyone works to realise our established purpose, vision and objectives, promoting corporate values and shaping a positive learning culture. Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Workforce planning, training and development Recruiting and retaining talented and diverse employees Performance management Compliance with laws and regulation Management changes and leadership development Preferred skills Ideally seeking, 2-3 years experience in a Greenfields HR manager position Knowledge of all applicable industrial relations and WHS laws and regulations Experience with HR information software (ADP preferable) Respectful, empathetic, efficient and agile If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Melissa Khouri on 0406 316 741 or at mkhourihrpartners.com.au for a confidential discussion. Due to the high volume of applicant, it is preferable that you apply directly and I will reach out at my earliest convenience At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. posted 25 March 2020 contact melissa khouri, hr partners job type contract salary AU 110,000 - AU 120,000 per year My client is looking for a Part time HR Manager to develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy and supporting policies and procedures. Within this newly created role you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of human resources practices and processes. This includes managing activities such as job design, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, training and development, and talent management to ensure business success. WIthin your role as HR Manager, you will ensure a positive and productive workplace where everyone works to realise our established purpose, vision and objectives, promoting corporate values and shaping a positive learning culture. Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Workforce planning, training and development Recruiting and retaining talented and diverse employees Performance management Compliance with laws and regulation Management changes and leadership development Preferred skills Ideally seeking, 2-3 years experience in a Greenfields HR manager position Knowledge of all applicable industrial relations and WHS laws and regulations Experience with HR information software (ADP preferable) Respectful, empathetic, efficient and agile If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Melissa Khouri on 0406 316 741 or at mkhourihrpartners.com.au for a confidential discussion. Due to the high volume of applicant, it is preferable that you apply directly and I will reach out at my earliest convenience At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. My client is looking for a Part time HR Manager to develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy and supporting policies and procedures. Within this newly created role you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of human resources practices and processes. This includes managing activities such as job design, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, training and development, and talent management to ensure business success. WIthin your role as HR Manager, you will ensure a positive and productive workplace where everyone works to realise our established purpose, vision and objectives, promoting corporate values and shaping a positive learning culture. Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Workforce planning, training and development Recruiting and retaining talented and diverse employees Performance management Compliance with laws and regulation Management changes and leadership development Preferred skills Preferred skills Ideally seeking, 2-3 years experience in a Greenfields HR manager position Knowledge of all applicable industrial relations and WHS laws and regulations Experience with HR information software (ADP preferable) Respectful, empathetic, efficient and agile If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Melissa Khouri on 0406 316 741 or at mkhourihrpartners.com.au for a confidential discussion. Due to the high volume of applicant, it is preferable that you apply directly and I will reach out at my earliest convenience At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. posted 25 March 2020 contact melissa khouri, hr partners job type contract salary AU 110,000 - AU 120,000 per year posted 25 March 2020 contact melissa khouri, hr partners job type contract salary AU 110,000 - AU 120,000 per year

    location Rhodes, New South Wales


  • hr manager - part time

    My client is looking for a Part time HR Manager to develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy and supporting policies and procedures. Within this newly created role you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of human resources practices and processes. This includes managing activities such as job design, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, training and development, and talent management to ensure business success. WIthin your role as HR Manager, you will ensure a positive and productive workplace where everyone works to realise our established purpose, vision and objectives, promoting corporate values and shaping a positive learning culture. Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Workforce planning, training and development Recruiting and retaining talented and diverse employees Performance management Compliance with laws and regulation Management changes and leadership development Preferred skills Ideally seeking, 2-3 years experience in a Greenfields HR manager position Knowledge of all applicable industrial relations and WHS laws and regulations Experience with HR information software (ADP preferable) Respectful, empathetic, efficient and agile If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Melissa Khouri on 0406 316 741 or at mkhourihrpartners.com.au for a confidential discussion. Due to the high volume of applicant, it is preferable that you apply directly and I will reach out at my earliest convenience At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. My client is looking for a Part time HR Manager to develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy and supporting policies and procedures. Within this newly created role you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of human resources practices and processes. This includes managing activities such as job design, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, training and development, and talent management to ensure business success. WIthin your role as HR Manager, you will ensure a positive and productive workplace where everyone works to realise our established purpose, vision and objectives, promoting corporate values and shaping a positive learning culture. Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Workforce planning, training and development Recruiting and retaining talented and diverse employees Performance management Compliance with laws and regulation Management changes and leadership development Preferred skills Ideally seeking, 2-3 years experience in a Greenfields HR manager position Knowledge of all applicable industrial relations and WHS laws and regulations Experience with HR information software (ADP preferable) Respectful, empathetic, efficient and agile If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Melissa Khouri on 0406 316 741 or at mkhourihrpartners.com.au for a confidential discussion. Due to the high volume of applicant, it is preferable that you apply directly and I will reach out at my earliest convenience At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. My client is looking for a Part time HR Manager to develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy and supporting policies and procedures. Within this newly created role you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of human resources practices and processes. This includes managing activities such as job design, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, training and development, and talent management to ensure business success. WIthin your role as HR Manager, you will ensure a positive and productive workplace where everyone works to realise our established purpose, vision and objectives, promoting corporate values and shaping a positive learning culture. Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Workforce planning, training and development Recruiting and retaining talented and diverse employees Performance management Compliance with laws and regulation Management changes and leadership development Preferred skills Preferred skills Ideally seeking, 2-3 years experience in a Greenfields HR manager position Knowledge of all applicable industrial relations and WHS laws and regulations Experience with HR information software (ADP preferable) Respectful, empathetic, efficient and agile If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Melissa Khouri on 0406 316 741 or at mkhourihrpartners.com.au for a confidential discussion. Due to the high volume of applicant, it is preferable that you apply directly and I will reach out at my earliest convenience At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

    location Rhodes, New South Wales


  • hr manager - part time

    My client is looking for a Part time HR Manager to develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy and supporting policies and procedures. Within this newly created role you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of human resources practices and processes. This includes managing activities such as job design, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, training and development, and talent management to ensure business success. WIthin your role as HR Manager, you will ensure a positive and productive workplace where everyone works to realise our established purpose, vision and objectives, promoting corporate values and shaping a positive learning culture. Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Workforce planning, training and development Recruiting and retaining talented and diverse employees Performance management Compliance with laws and regulation Management changes and leadership development Preferred skills Ideally seeking, 2-3 years experience in a Greenfields HR manager position Knowledge of all applicable industrial relations and WHS laws and regulations Experience with HR information software (ADP preferable) Respectful, empathetic, efficient and agile If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Melissa Khouri on 0406 316 741 or at mkhourihrpartners.com.au for a confidential discussion. Due to the high volume of applicant, it is preferable that you apply directly and I will reach out at my earliest convenience At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. My client is looking for a Part time HR Manager to develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy and supporting policies and procedures. Within this newly created role you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of human resources practices and processes. This includes managing activities such as job design, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, training and development, and talent management to ensure business success. WIthin your role as HR Manager, you will ensure a positive and productive workplace where everyone works to realise our established purpose, vision and objectives, promoting corporate values and shaping a positive learning culture. Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Workforce planning, training and development Recruiting and retaining talented and diverse employees Performance management Compliance with laws and regulation Management changes and leadership development Preferred skills Ideally seeking, 2-3 years experience in a Greenfields HR manager position Knowledge of all applicable industrial relations and WHS laws and regulations Experience with HR information software (ADP preferable) Respectful, empathetic, efficient and agile If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Melissa Khouri on 0406 316 741 or at mkhourihrpartners.com.au for a confidential discussion. Due to the high volume of applicant, it is preferable that you apply directly and I will reach out at my earliest convenience At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. My client is looking for a Part time HR Manager to develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy and supporting policies and procedures. Within this newly created role you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of human resources practices and processes. This includes managing activities such as job design, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, training and development, and talent management to ensure business success. WIthin your role as HR Manager, you will ensure a positive and productive workplace where everyone works to realise our established purpose, vision and objectives, promoting corporate values and shaping a positive learning culture. Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Key responsibilities, include (not limited to) Workforce planning, training and development Recruiting and retaining talented and diverse employees Performance management Compliance with laws and regulation Management changes and leadership development Preferred skills Preferred skills Ideally seeking, 2-3 years experience in a Greenfields HR manager position Knowledge of all applicable industrial relations and WHS laws and regulations Experience with HR information software (ADP preferable) Respectful, empathetic, efficient and agile If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply now or alternatively, contact Melissa Khouri on 0406 316 741 or at mkhourihrpartners.com.au for a confidential discussion. Due to the high volume of applicant, it is preferable that you apply directly and I will reach out at my earliest convenience At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

    location Rhodes, New South Wales


  • People and Culture Advisor

    People and Culture Advisor APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship. People and Culture Advisor APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship. People and Culture Advisor People and Culture Advisor People and Culture Advisor APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour M302 “ People and Culture Advisor M302 “ People and Culture Advisor As one of Sydney™s most visited museums, the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) is committed to being a world leader in maritime history, sharing the national maritime story across Australia and providing a must-visit museum experience. APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation APS 5 “ Attractive salary package and employee benefits including 15.4 superannuation 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing 18 months part-time (4 days), fixed term contract with possibility of conversion to full time and ongoing Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour Australia™s leading museum located waterside in beautiful Darling Harbour This position is responsible for providing high quality PAC (People and Culture) services and practical advice to internal stakeholders particularly in the areas of workplace relations, performance management, PAC policies and procedures, employee engagement, recruitment administration, employee wellness and health initiatives and general PAC administration. Your key responsibilities will include First point of contact within the PAC team for general queries. Provide practical advice in line with PAC policies, procedures and legislative framework. Support the Senior PAC Business Partner with various PAC related matters. Work in partnership with the Senior PAC Business Partner and coach line managers on performance management, employee relations, resourcing and staff managementdevelopment Review, update and maintain PAC related policies and procedures across the Museum. Identify and propose changes as appropriate to the Senior PAC Business Partner for decision. End to end PAC administration including drafting employment contracts and position descriptions. Collaborate with PAC team and contribute towards planning and evaluation of PAC projects and initiative to achieve high-level project objectives and timely delivery. Manage and administer the Museum™s PAC systems ensuring accurate data is maintained and utilised to drive organisational outcomes. Manage employee relationships, promptly respond to queries and manage expectations. Provide team coverage during vacancies and absences as required. Any other lawful and reasonable request made within this position. Ideally, you will have Tertiary qualifications in a relevant business subject or sound experience working in a similar role. Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources processes and procedures. Solid problem-solving skills and project management experience, the capacity to successfully deliver high quality outcomes and meet deadlines. Ability to build positive relationships with colleagues and key client groups. High level interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate and influence key decision makers. A strong understanding and vision of PAC as a value-added service, including the ability to work in a collaborative effort to develop solutions and create opportunities. Sound working knowledge of fundamental Human Resources legislation and best practice. Demonstrated working experience and skills with HR Systems. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Experience in manager key Stakeholder engagement - InternalExternal. Demonstrated experience working with data in excel, drafting lettersemails and producing reports and power point presentations Sound understanding of the Fair Work Act and EEO legislation and processes Ability to provide advice on Performance Management and Disciplinary matters Working knowledge of Enterprise Agreement™s. Experience working in Australian Public Service agency (desirable). Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Applications Close 1130 pm AEST, Monday, 30 th March 2020. No Applications will be accepted by mail or email. Selection for this position will be made on the basis of relative merit which will be assessed against each item of the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for short listing by the Selection Committee. As part of the selection process the selection committee may invite candidates to undertake psychometric test, you should advise the selection committee if you have any special needs. Psychometric tests may be used as the initial short-listing test or later in the selection process. Some tests are very short while others may take one or more hours. This position is open to all eligible members of the community and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability and people from every cultural and linguistic background. To be an eligible member of the community, you must be an Australian citizen. Applications may be accepted from Australian permanent residents who are in the process of acquiring Australian citizenship.

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


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