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HR-QHSE - Systems Compliance Administrator/Specialist » Perth Region, Western Australia - HR/QHSE platform - Superuser / administrator / specialist New - Employment Hero / Safety Champion platforms New role with career pathway into HR or QHSE Position Overview :The HR / QHSE Systems Administrator will be responsible for managing and optimizing our HR and QHSE systems, ensuring compliance with industry standards and regulations. This role involves supporting HR and QHSE operations, maintaining data integrity, providing training and support to system users, and supporting compliance audits. Key Responsibilities : System Configuration : Manages system configurations / changes / access controls and compliance data uploads. Onboarding : Supports supplier/contractor/ employee compliances mobilisation, doc controls and uploads. Human Resources : Maintains and updates HR data/records, policies, reports and governance. QHSE : Supports ISO compliance standards, audits, and document version controls. Data Integrity : Ensures accuracy and integrity of system data, regularly auditing and updating records. Compliance : Maintains compliance registers and supports internal and external audits. Training : Ensuring staff are up-to-date with required compliance certifications. Support : Provide technical support and guidance to system users, troubleshooting issues as they arise. Reporting : Generate and analyze reports to support HR and QHSE decision-making processes. Process Improvement : Identify opportunities for system and process enhancements, implementing best practices. Qualifications and Experience : Experience : Proven experience in HR/QHSE systems administration roles. Configuration : Been involved in setting up access controls, configuration, and protocols. Knowledge : Exposure to Employment Hero and Safety Champion software would be an advantage. Certifications : HR and or QHSE certifications, basic knowledge of ISO compliance standards. Skills : Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. Attributes : Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work independently Application Process : Candidates with the relevant experience and exposure to working in a similar operating environment are encouraged to apply. Please apply through our online application form, including an up-to-date resume. Competitive remuneration packages apply. • Sat, 08 JunCenturion APAC Rentals and Services
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HR-QHSE - Systems Compliance Administrator/Specialist » Perth Region, Western Australia - HR/QHSE platform - Superuser / administrator / specialist New - Employment Hero / Safety Champion platforms New role with career pathway into HR or QHSE Position Overview :The HR / QHSE Systems Administrator will be responsible for managing and optimizing our HR and QHSE systems, ensuring compliance with industry standards and regulations. This role involves supporting HR and QHSE operations, maintaining data integrity, providing training and support to system users, and supporting compliance audits. Key Responsibilities : System Configuration : Manages system configurations / changes / access controls and compliance data uploads. Onboarding : Supports supplier/contractor/ employee compliances mobilisation, doc controls and uploads. Human Resources : Maintains and updates HR data/records, policies, reports and governance. QHSE : Supports ISO compliance standards, audits, and document version controls. Data Integrity : Ensures accuracy and integrity of system data, regularly auditing and updating records. Compliance : Maintains compliance registers and supports internal and external audits. Training : Ensuring staff are up-to-date with required compliance certifications. Support : Provide technical support and guidance to system users, troubleshooting issues as they arise. Reporting : Generate and analyze reports to support HR and QHSE decision-making processes. Process Improvement : Identify opportunities for system and process enhancements, implementing best practices. Qualifications and Experience : Experience : Proven experience in HR/QHSE systems administration roles. Configuration : Been involved in setting up access controls, configuration, and protocols. Knowledge : Exposure to Employment Hero and Safety Champion software would be an advantage. Certifications : HR and or QHSE certifications, basic knowledge of ISO compliance standards. Skills : Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. Attributes : Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work independently Application Process : Candidates with the relevant experience and exposure to working in a similar operating environment are encouraged to apply. Please apply through our online application form, including an up-to-date resume. Competitive remuneration packages apply. • Sat, 08 JunCenturion APAC Rentals and Services
Payroll Specialist (Temporary) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Join this small team to assist in the processing of fortnightly and monthly pay runs. THE COMPANY Medium-sized private education organisation THE ASSIGNMENT Join a team of 2 to contribute to the processing of fortnightly (200) and monthly (1000) pay runs. Prior exposure to Aurion would be favourably looked upon. Experience with EBAs and high volume is ideal. This client is looking for a candidate with at least 3 years of processing experience. The role features 2 days in the office and 3 from home. LOCATION South-East suburbs TRANSPORT Driving is best suited, and there is onsite parking. LENGTH OF ASSIGNMENT 3 months. COULD THE ROLE GO PERMANENT? Unlikely. HOW TO APPLY Please apply via the SEEK website or feel free to call Chris on direct dial 03 9614 6558 for further information regarding this specific opportunity. Please quote the position Reference Number 3790306 if you are calling Chris . ABOUT PAYROLL TALENT Payroll Talent is Melbourne's only Payroll and HR Information Systems recruitment specialists . We connect you with the most sought-after temporary, contract and permanent Payroll & HRIS opportunities in Melbourne. • Sat, 08 JunPayroll Talent
Employment Relations Specialist » Parramatta, NSW - About the Role We are currently seeking an experienced Employment Relations Specialist to join our Employment... role, you will demonstrate alignment to our purpose and values, together with: Degree qualified in HR or similar... • Fri, 07 JunCatholic Education Paramatta
Senior Manager HR Services » Warrawong, NSW - as part of a restructure of the People and Culture Directorate. The Senior Manager HR Services will provide leadership... and education to people managers and staff. The role will oversee the efficient and effective allocation of HR Business Partners... • Fri, 07 JunNSW Health$137173 - 163431 per year

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HRIS System Specialist » Perth, WA - for a HRIS System Specialist to join the Digital Team in our Perth office! In this role, you will be responsible for setup.... Develop specifications and designs for HR related dashboards and reports Supervise HR analyst What you will bring to the... • Fri, 07 JunClough
Part time Content Specialist - 30 hours per week » Sydney, NSW - Content Specialist I PT opportunity – 30 hours per week I up to 99K incl super pro rata $80,000-$90,000 + super (pro... of over 10,000 people across the country. About the role The content specialist plays a crucial role in developing... • Fri, 07 JunAshdown People
Customer Service Specialist » Sydney, NSW - Do Work That Matters. CommBank’s Home Buying Operations business is looking for Customer Service Specialist.... As a Customer Service Specialist, you assist our customers with ensuring all the documents and details required are in order... • Fri, 07 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
HR Business Partner » Australia - HR Specialist OR Lego Master – You decide. Have you ever ordered items online and marvelled at the speed your package arrived the next day? You’re welcome What we offer: Sydney (Belrose) OR Melbourne (Notting Hill) Part Time – 3 - 4 days 50% in office / 50% remote Tasks and Qualifications: Have you ever wondered who is behind your online shopping delivery magic, or makes sure your favourite products are on retail shelves in the blink of an eye? It’s our technology and solutions that make the magic happen. Now, imagine being part of the team that powers this incredible efficiency. Dematic, a global leader in intelligent logistics, is looking for its next HR Business Partner to support its continued expansion in either Sydney or Melbourne. We weren’t joking with the Lego reference – Dematic systems and distribution centres can be likened to intricate Lego structures. Each individual piece in a Dematic system functions like a Lego block, with specific roles such as racking, conveyor belts, or automated storage systems. Just as Legos can be assembled in countless ways to create different structures, Dematic systems can be configured to meet the unique needs of any distribution centre. This modularity allows for simple or complex setups, depending on the requirements. Working with the biggest blue-chip brand names in the retail market, each component of a Dematic system must fit together seamlessly to ensure efficient and reliable 24/7 operation for our customers. What to expect? Just like a box of Favourites – we love variety This role will partner with many areas of our business from start to finish. Team up with the Sales team to understand how it all comes together, and how we bring to life our customers vision, into reality. Partner with our Project Management Team who are at the business end, on site coordinating the largest distribution projects in the nation. Crack the code with our Software Team, who have mastered the language to ensure our Lego pieces communicate to each other when it matters. Who are you? You will be into the geeky stuff If lean manufacturing, digital commerce, innovative technologies, AI, and Robotics, excite you – you are right at home. The sheer scale and scope of our projects will leave you in awe of what’s possible. You are an innovator with ideas – we aim to continually improve and expand our HR value to the business, integrating into business operations. You will know your stuff, not only generalist HR best practice also the ER / IR side of HR. This is crucial in our current industrial landscape and working so closely with our teams on the ground. You like team sports – we are a diverse and collaborative team, and leverage off our individual talents for collective success. We are excited to hear what superpowers you bring to our team. Why choose us? Dematic may not be a household name, but it's the industry’s best-kept secret. As an HR team, we don’t just strive for success; we measure it. We are proud to work where employee engagement is high: 80% in our recent survey. Our average tenure is a minimum of 8 years, with 12% internal promotions and transfers annually because we actively invest in developing our people. A staggering 30% of all new hires are referrals, as our people know it’s a great place to work and recommend it to others. With a team of 700 across Australia and New Zealand, our growth has been consistent year after year in the dynamic market of automation, robotics, and supply chain solutions. As business and consumer demands for expedited delivery continue to rise, our outlook is nothing short of exceptional. We're poised for tremendous growth, and we invite you to join us Dematic is committed to proving equal employment opportunity in all areas of employment including recruitment, selection, promotion, training etc. and in accordance with federal and state legislation, Dematic Pty Ltd (Dematic or the Company) promotes a workplace free from discrimination and harassment: www.dematic.com • Fri, 07 JunKION Group
Customer Banking Specialist - Cabramatta » Cabramatta, NSW - As the Customer Banking Specialist in our Cabramatta Branch, you’ll: Have in-depth conversations with every customer... support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 20/06/2024... • Fri, 07 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
GP - 70% of Billings or $150/hr - Est. 20+ years - inner west » New South Wales - . Essential Criteria: MBBS or equivalent Must have a current and valid AHPRA GENERAL /SPECIALIST registration FRACGP qualified... • Thu, 06 JunHealthcareLink
Payroll Specialist » Australia - across both Australia and New Zealand, this is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Payroll Specialist looking to challenge... improvement We are looking for a best-in-class Payroll Specialist to work with on-shore and off-shore teams and partners... • Thu, 06 JunSuncorp
Part-Time VR GP | 70% of Billings or $150/hr 3 Months | Established Patient Base » Hornsby, NSW - Admin support Team. Essential Criteria: MBBS or equivalent Must have a current and valid AHPRA GENERAL /SPECIALIST... • Thu, 06 JunHealthcareLink
Customer Banking Specialist - Cabramatta » Cabramatta, NSW - As the Customer Banking Specialist in our Cabramatta Branch, you’ll: Have in-depth conversations with every customer... support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 20/06/2024... • Thu, 06 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Payroll Specialist » Australia - Payroll Specialist looking to challenge themselves in a dynamic and fast paced environment, by driving positive change... of other Payroll professionals and drive continuous improvement We are looking for a best-in-class Payroll Specialist to work... • Thu, 06 JunSuncorp
Senior HR Officer » Milton, QLD - , and more. You will be working within a strong supportive team who collaborate and share ideas and knowledge. Selection criteria HR... qualification coupled with HR generalist experience supporting the employee lifecycle Effective communication / interpersonal... • Thu, 06 Junpeople2people$90000 - 100000 per year
Customer Banking Specialist - Bourke Street » Melbourne, VIC - Customer Banking Specialist in our Bourke Street Branch, you’ll: Have in-depth conversations with every customer... support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 17/06/2024... • Thu, 06 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
HR Business Partner » Belrose, NSW - HR Specialist OR Lego Master – You decide. Have you ever ordered items online and marvelled at the speed your package..., a global leader in intelligent logistics, is looking for its next HR Business Partner to support its continued expansion in... • Thu, 06 JunKion Group
Customer Banking Specialist - Brunswick » Brunswick, VIC - Customer Banking Specialist in our Brunswick Branch, you’ll: Have in-depth conversations with every customer about how we can... support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 19/06/2024... • Thu, 06 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Risk & Compliance Specialist » Bateman, Melville Area - Location: Fiona Stanley Hospital, Murdoch Immediate Start – Permanent Full-time Critical role in the success of our Assurance Team About Us Serco has a dedicated team of over 600 people supporting operations at Fiona Stanley Hospital and works in close partnership with the hospital leadership, WA Health, clinicians, and staff to deliver essential non-clinical facilities management, ICT and HR managed services. Our specialist team designs, manages and optimises the integrated services and are critical to the ongoing delivery of clinical services in Western Australia's largest and most digitally enabled public healthcare facility. About the Role The Risk & Compliance specialist will oversee risk, compliance and contingency management for all Facilities Management Services at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) and you will partner with key stakeholders within the hospital in identification, analysis, and evaluation of potential risks to services. You will also be responsible for providing expert advice to the business in all aspects of risk and compliance management, policies, procedures, and training materials. You will assist services in the development and implementation of risk treatment plans, monitoring and reporting on progress to executive management. About You You are an experienced and passionate Risk & Compliance Professional who is high performing, motivated and driven with a high level of analytical and problem-solving skills. You are confident in your ability to deliver positive valuable solutions with the ability to influence at all business levels. You are a respectful and professional person who demonstrates exceptional values in everything you do. What we’re looking for: • The highest levels of personal integrity and ethical behaviour • Relevant Tertiary qualifications in Finance, Business or similar • Intermediate to Advanced MS Office Skills • Sound business acumen and a track record of delivering value-add impact in a fast-paced dynamic environment. • Demonstrated experience in the support of risk & regulatory compliance management, interpretation and application of risk, relevant standards, policy and legislation within a hospital or healthcare framework. • Confidence in your ability to develop and deliver training programs related to risk and compliance management systems. • Knowledge and experience with ISO 3100 Risk Management Standard You do not need to match every listed expectation to apply for this position. If you like the look of the role, we’d love to hear from you. This is a position of trust and responsibility and to support this we will conduct a thorough probity assessment, which includes a Federal police check as an essential selection component for this role. Serco requires employees in this role to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people. Please consider this requirement when submitting your application. About us – Serco & proud At Serco, not only is the nature of the work we do important, but everyone has a vital role to play from caring for vulnerable people to managing complex public services. We are a team of 50,000 globally and 14,000 in Asia Pacific responsible for delivering essential public services in areas including defence, justice, immigration, healthcare, facilities management & citizen services. To learn more please visit www.serco.com/aspac Why Join Us • You’d be joining a company that delivers essential public services (in partnership with governments) that impact a better future for communities, & those in our care • You’ll get to have an impact on how we doings: Enjoy being part of a driven team with a collaborative culture that values decision-makers & action. • We Invest in you: Accelerate your career through our learning & development opportunities – think skills based training, defined career pathways & fantastic internal mobility opportunities across the group If you are inspired to make a positive different and would like to be considered for this opportunity, please apply now. Please be advised that all prospective applicants are required to submit an application and participate in our formal recruitment process. Serco’s values of Trust, Care, Innovation and Pride underpin everything we do. We are curious, creative and collaborative. Our people matter and make a difference every day. We seek and celebrate diversity and encourage applications from all backgrounds and cultures including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTBQI, veterans and people with disability. By joining Serco you will have access to Employee Networks led by colleagues who are passionate about diversity, inclusion and belonging. • Thu, 06 JunSerco
Senior Psychologist » Australia - About the APS Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Unit The APS Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Unit (the MHSP Unit) is a centre of excellence for the APS, working closely with agencies to promote whole-of-service development of workforce literacy, capability and expertise in mental health, wellbeing, psychological safety and suicide prevention. The Unit uses an internal consultancy model to provide tailored, specialist advice to APS agencies on their approaches at a systems-level. It is a small, multi-disciplinary team with expertise in psychology, mental health, suicide prevention and human resources. It does not provide clinical advice on specific staffing matters. The Unit has two main streams of work: The Implementation Stream , led by the Unit's Senior HR Specialist. This stream focuses on supporting agencies to align their practice with the APS Mental Health Capability Framework, including supporting agencies to undertake an assessment of maturity of practice against the framework and developing products to build agency maturity and supporting agencies to embed these within their workforces. This stream is also leading the development and trials of ADDRESS: An APS Model for Responding to Psychosocial Hazards. The Clinical Capability Stream , led by the Unit's Senior Psychologist. This stream focuses on translating clinical practice, psychosocial principles and research into best practice actions agencies can adopt to strengthen their organisational capability. This stream also oversees the development and delivery of programs that build the personal, relational and social capability of the service. The key duties of the position include The Unit is seeking a full-time EL1 Senior Psychologist for an initial period of 12-months to lead projects within the Unit's Clinical Capability Stream. Specifically, the responsibilities of the role include: Providing agencies with specialist consultation and advice on their workplace mental health and suicide prevention programs and initiatives, as required. Working closely with the Implementation Stream lead to provide internal consultancy support to agencies as they align practice to the APS Mental Health Capability Framework, including supporting agencies to undertake assessments of their maturity of practice against the framework. Overseeing the development, adaptations, implementation and evaluation of ADDRESS: An APS model for responding to psychosocial hazards in the workplace, SES Skills lab, the Compassionate Foundations and Connections eLearning programs and other personal, relational and social capability programs of work. Identifying, planning and developing programs of work, such as agency guidance, on emerging workplace mental health and suicide prevention matters. Representing the Unit at internal and external forums, as required, and preparing and delivering presentations on the Unit's work and/or psychological concepts relevant to the APS workforce. • Thu, 06 JunAPS
Port Contract Manager » Townsville Region, Queensland - This position covers both the Port of Brisbane and Port Botany and would suit someone located in either city. You will be joining during a period of s Port Contract Manager Exciting news, OSM Thome Recruitment are hiring for a Contract Manager with Marine and Offshore experience to assisting a Major client in Marine sector it is leading provider of safe and efficient towage and associated marine services to the oil and gas terminal industry. With approximately 150 vessels and over 1,700 staff and crew worldwide, it has 55 years of operational expertise and is active in over 30 countries throughout the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Australia, and Asia. It specialises in bringing international standards on safety and reliability to onshore and offshore operations in difficult environments. In the Australasian region, owns or operates 42 vessels, covering most east coast ports, as well as maintaining a significant presence in PNG. Australia is seeking a highly skilled and motivated Contract Manager to join its dynamic management team. This position covers both the Port of QLD Gladstone Local candidates. You will be joining during a period of substantial growth as we widen our reach into new contracts, whilst maintaining high standards in our currently contracts. Position: Contract Manager Full-time position Location: Gladstone Job Description As Contract Manager of Port Botany and Brisbane you will play a crucial role in ensuring the delivery of exceptional services to the clients in a cost-effective and safe manner. The Contract Manager has responsibility for the day-to-day management of 4 tugs (Port Botany) and 2 tugs (Brisbane) as well as their operating crews. You will manage internal and external stakeholders, including regulatory authorities and customers. P&L management is crucial for success in the role. Reporting directly to the Regional Managing Director, this position offers a unique opportunity to make a significant impact and drive success. The role is assisted by a Technical Superintendent. Support is provided to the role by regional functional specialists covering finance, SHEQ, HR/IR, fleet operations and commercial. Responsibilities: Safety First: Lead the charge in maintaining a safe, secure, and professional work environment, ensuring day-to-day operations are executed seamlessly. • Team Leadership: Inspire, develop, and motivate the staff and crew assigned to the contract. Your leadership will drive their success and contribute to a positive work culture. • Operational Excellence: Manage our assets and crew to ensure maximum utilisation of our vessels. Monitor and report on the financial and operational performance of the contract, ensuring timely payments from clients. Manage crew policies and procedures, while controlling budgets and ensuring compliance with local regulations. • Client Satisfaction: Build strong relationships with clients and manage their expectations. Identify opportunities to enhance the current contract and maximise revenue potential. Qualifications • In depth understanding and experience of marine industry and terminal operations is required • Onshore management experience in a similar role • Strong analytical and quantitative skills • 4 to 6 years of relevant work experience • Hands on pro-active work approach Additional Information We offering you Financially healthy and stable company, is offering you the opportunity to develop yourself personally and professionally in a challenging, dynamic and truly international environment. You’ll receive a competitive remuneration package. You’ll also have the opportunity to make an important contribution to the development and growth of an organisation that operates at the top of its field. In return, we offer rewarding careers, genuine opportunities to develop and grow, and a workplace culture that values and recognises effort and contribution. We are committed to equal employment opportunity (EEO). We value diversity in our team, and people who share our values of authenticity, respect and excellence are encouraged to apply or alternately send updated CV to maria.lopezosmthome.com • Thu, 06 JunOSM People
ServiceNow Developer » The Rocks, Sydney - Looking for ServiceNow developers and architects to implement a new HR service delivery solution. As a ServiceNow Architect or Developer specialising in HR Service Delivery, you will play a crucial role in designing, developing, and implementing ServiceNow solutions that optimise HR processes and improve employee experiences. Your role involves collaborating with stakeholders, understanding their unique HR needs, and translating them into effective ServiceNow HR Service Delivery solutions Key Responsibilities: Design, architect, and develop comprehensive ServiceNow HR Service Delivery solutions tailored to the client’s HR needs. Implement and customize HR Service Delivery modules including HR Case Management, Employee Service Center, and Lifecycle Events. Collaborate with stakeholders to gather and analyze HR requirements, translating them into technical specifications and actionable plans. Ensure seamless integration of ServiceNow HR Service Delivery with existing systems and third-party applications. Provide technical leadership and guidance to the development team, ensuring adherence to best practices and standards. Conduct thorough testing, debugging, and troubleshooting of ServiceNow HR Service Delivery implementations. Create and maintain detailed documentation for design, development, and deployment processes. Stay updated with the latest ServiceNow features, functionalities, and industry trends to continuously improve solutions. Qualifications: Minimum of 5 years of experience as a ServiceNow Architect/Developer with a focus on HR Service Delivery modules. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Human Resources, or a related field (or equivalent experience). ServiceNow Certified Implementation Specialist (CIS) - HR Service Delivery preferred. Proficiency in ServiceNow platform development, scripting, and configuration. In-depth knowledge of HR Service Delivery modules including HR Case Management, Employee Service Center, and Lifecycle Events. Experience with integrating ServiceNow with other systems and third-party applications. Strong understanding of HR processes and best practices. This role will require at a minimum baseline clearance however if you do not have clearance but are a citizen please apply This role is available to candidates in Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane • Thu, 06 JunKAPiTAL Consulting
Customer Banking Specialist - Thomastown » Thomastown, VIC - Customer Banking Specialist in our Thomastown Branch, you’ll: Have in-depth conversations with every customer... support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 19/06/2024... • Wed, 05 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Customer Banking Specialist - Colac - Full-Time » Colac, VIC - us. See yourself in our team As the Customer Banking Specialist in our Colac Branch, you’ll: Have in-depth conversations with every... please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 16/06/2024... • Wed, 05 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Senior Trade and Working Capital Specialist Business Development » Brisbane, QLD - Specialist, you will: Leverage your networks and referral partners to win new to bank business to grow market share. Foster... as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 21/06/2024... • Wed, 05 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Customer Banking Specialist - Melton » Melton, VIC - with. Your understanding of your customers and the Bank’s offerings means you always know the right specialist to refer customers... Health Check or an appointment with a specialist Adhere to the Bank’s processes and procedures, including accurately... • Wed, 05 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Customer Banking Specialist - Box Hill - 24.5 Hours Per Week » Box Hill, VIC - As the Customer Banking Specialist in our Box Hill Branch, you’ll: Have in-depth conversations with every customer... your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising... • Wed, 05 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Customer Banking Specialist - Narromine » New South Wales - of your customers and the Bank’s offerings means you always know the right specialist to refer customers to for their more complex needs... with a specialist Adhere to the Bank’s processes and procedures, including accurately reconciling transactions and reviewing customers... • Wed, 05 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Customer Banking Specialist - Engadine - 20 Hours Per Week » Hurstville, NSW - Banking Specialist in our Engadine Branch, you’ll: Have in-depth conversations with every customer about how we can support... to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989... • Wed, 05 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Human Resources Specialist » Gladstone, Rockhampton Region - cs1668376 Human Resources Specialist http://local.governmentcareer.com.au/jobs/4122-gladstone-ports-corporation/68376 Human Resources Specialist About the Role:Reporting directly to the HR Operations Manager, the Human Resources Specialist will play a crucial HR Business Partnering role. As part of a dedicated team of specialists and advisors, you will deliver a comprehensive suite of HR services across the business. Focusing on the end-to-end employee experience, your responsibilities will include: Partnering with the HR team and operational leaders to optimise HR services and processes, supporting the company’s cultural transformation. Providing critical coaching to people leaders on employee relations and organisational change objectives. Managing cyclical work within your portfolio, including workforce planning, talent management, and recruitment and on boarding, data analysis and reporting, capability development, and employee relations. Offering expert HR advice and support on complex HR matters to your client portfolio. Providing operational HR support across the business, focusing on governance, Enterprise Agreement administration, employee engagement, industrial relations, and collaboration with GPC departments to meet operational objectives. About You:We seek a highly experienced HR practitioner with a strong track record of delivering comprehensive and professional HR services in a complex environment. You will have experience managing employee matters, including complex case management, and possess strong interpersonal, negotiation, and communication skills. You will also have industrial relations experience and the ability to interpret industrial instruments and legislation. Qualifications and experience required: Tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in Human Resources, Industrial Relations, or a related discipline. Proven experience in managing employee relations and organisational change. Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and communication skills. Ability to work collaboratively as part of a greater People function. What We Offer You: A competitive salary Comprehensive medical benefit programs Superannuation scheme, including salary sacrificing A generous relocation package for those moving to Gladstone This role is based in Gladstone, and we offer a supportive and dynamic work environment where your contributions can make a significant impact. How to Apply:Please complete the online application form, responding to the key selection criteria with your relevant skills and experience for the role. Along with this, submit your resume and cover letter, including copies of your qualifications. For further details on the role and requirements, please refer to the full position description. Confidential enquiries can be made by contacting the recruitment team on (07) 4976 1686. Applications are to be received prior to 5:00pm, Wednesday, 12th June, 2024 and must be submitted via https://www.gpcl.com.au/who-we-are/work-with-us/. GLADSTONE QLD Gladstone Ports Corporation Other/General Jobs 01/06/2024 12/06/2024 • Wed, 05 JunGladstone Ports Corporation
HR Partner Coordinator » Australia - Why Work at Lenovo We are Lenovo. We do what we say. We own what we do. We WOW our customers. Lenovo is a US$62 billion revenue global technology powerhouse, ranked 217 in the Fortune Global 500, employing 77,000 people around the world, and serving millions of customers every day in 180 markets. Focused on a bold vision to deliver smarter technology for all, Lenovo has built on its success as the world’s largest PC company by further expanding into growth areas that fuel the advancement of ‘New IT’ technologies (client, edge, cloud, network, and intelligence) including server, storage, mobile, software, solutions, and services. This transformation together with Lenovo’s world-changing innovation is building a more inclusive, trustworthy, and smarter future for everyone, everywhere. To find out more visit www.lenovo.com , and read about the latest news via our StoryHub . Description and Requirements About Our Team As a member of a global HR team, this opportunity is for a HR Partner Specialist to support the IDG PCSD organization. This is an exciting role which will primarily support a VP, the leadership team, and the organization. The role will provide visibility and influence of employees at several levels in the organization and will work collaboratively with both our team and with the corporate HR centers of excellence. The role will also provide HR guidance and support at the local and country level for other IDG organizations when needed. What You'll Do Provide advice and counsel on organization and people issues, based on an understanding of the organization's strategy, objectives and priorities. Develop and present proactive initiatives, based on existing internal policies and guidelines, which address specific business needs. Escalate new initiatives which may require discussion and approval at higher organization levels, or could be applied as a ‘model’ for other departments within the organization. Leverage the corporate guidelines and your best practices, provide operational and HR Partner support to execute the annual programs and processes not limited to annual compensation management, setting Key Performance Indicators (KPI), recognition programs, and talent management. Take point on or support employee relations cases using both our tools / process, and your past experiences to ensure that managers have an advisor, while both they and employees have an advocate who ensures fairness and equity across a variety of situations including performance improvement plans. Work independently with key stakeholders in culture promotion including coaching managers in post annual employee survey action planning and identifying new opportunities where HR can add value to the business. Influence assigned organizations to continue to grow awareness, understanding, and active support of Lenovo’s unique diversity and inclusion practices. Track headcount and labor cost budget management to ensure accuracy and accountability to business unit KPIs Other duties as assigned Basic Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or above in business administration, HR management, or related field 2 years of HR or related experience in a corporate setting Project management skills and experience with a track record demonstrating strong organization skills, results driven with strong ability to execute. Proficiency in Microsoft Office 365 tools (including Teams, Outlook, Word, Excel). Excellent communications skills, English required Travel up to 20% Preferred Qualifications: Familiar with corporate software systems (eg: application tracking, HRIS, etc) while remaining agile and resilient Emerging strategic thinker with a focus on building the case for data-driven decisions Continuous improvement mindset to streamline processes where possible Independent yet an enthusiastic and motivated team player Focus on customer centricity for the organizations they support Mandarin speaking and writing skills are preferred but not required We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any federal, state, or local protected class. Additional Locations : United States of America - North Carolina - Morrisville United States of America United States of America - North Carolina United States of America - North Carolina - Morrisville Go back Apply If you require an accommodation to complete this application, please contact abilitylenovo.com • Wed, 05 JunLenovo
HR Manager WCHN » Adelaide, SA - Women's and Children's Health Network, People and Culture, HR Operations and Performance, North Adelaide (5006) Salary... Opportunity We currently have an exciting opportunity to join the HR Operations & Performance team as a HR Manager... • Tue, 04 JunSA Health$119317 per year
Indigenous Only | Multiple Specialist/Principal HR Opportunities | Permanent /Fixed term » Gold Coast, QLD - Brisbane, QLD - Indigenous Only | Multiple Specialist/Principal HR Opportunities | Permanent /Fixed term Date: 10 May 2024... here to view more detail / apply for Indigenous Only | Multiple Specialist/Principal HR Opportunities | Permanent /Fixed term... • Tue, 04 JunAtlam Group
Human Resources Specialist » Gladstone, Rockhampton Region - cs2468376 Human Resources Specialist http://www.logisticscareer.com.au/jobs/4122-gladstone-ports-corporation/68376 Human Resources Specialist About the Role:Reporting directly to the HR Operations Manager, the Human Resources Specialist will play a crucial HR Business Partnering role. As part of a dedicated team of specialists and advisors, you will deliver a comprehensive suite of HR services across the business. Focusing on the end-to-end employee experience, your responsibilities will include: Partnering with the HR team and operational leaders to optimise HR services and processes, supporting the company’s cultural transformation. Providing critical coaching to people leaders on employee relations and organisational change objectives. Managing cyclical work within your portfolio, including workforce planning, talent management, and recruitment and on boarding, data analysis and reporting, capability development, and employee relations. Offering expert HR advice and support on complex HR matters to your client portfolio. Providing operational HR support across the business, focusing on governance, Enterprise Agreement administration, employee engagement, industrial relations, and collaboration with GPC departments to meet operational objectives. About You:We seek a highly experienced HR practitioner with a strong track record of delivering comprehensive and professional HR services in a complex environment. You will have experience managing employee matters, including complex case management, and possess strong interpersonal, negotiation, and communication skills. You will also have industrial relations experience and the ability to interpret industrial instruments and legislation. Qualifications and experience required: Tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in Human Resources, Industrial Relations, or a related discipline. Proven experience in managing employee relations and organisational change. Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and communication skills. Ability to work collaboratively as part of a greater People function. What We Offer You: A competitive salary Comprehensive medical benefit programs Superannuation scheme, including salary sacrificing A generous relocation package for those moving to Gladstone This role is based in Gladstone, and we offer a supportive and dynamic work environment where your contributions can make a significant impact. How to Apply:Please complete the online application form, responding to the key selection criteria with your relevant skills and experience for the role. Along with this, submit your resume and cover letter, including copies of your qualifications. For further details on the role and requirements, please refer to the full position description. Confidential enquiries can be made by contacting the recruitment team on (07) 4976 1686. Applications are to be received prior to 5:00pm, Wednesday, 12th June, 2024 and must be submitted via https://www.gpcl.com.au/who-we-are/work-with-us/. GLADSTONE QLD Gladstone Ports Corporation 01/06/2024 12/06/2024 • Tue, 04 JunGladstone Ports Corporation
Human Resources Specialist » Gladstone, Rockhampton Region - cs1768376 Human Resources Specialist https://state.governmentcareer.com.au/jobs/4122-gladstone-ports-corporation/68376 Human Resources Specialist About the Role:Reporting directly to the HR Operations Manager, the Human Resources Specialist will play a crucial HR Business Partnering role. As part of a dedicated team of specialists and advisors, you will deliver a comprehensive suite of HR services across the business. Focusing on the end-to-end employee experience, your responsibilities will include: Partnering with the HR team and operational leaders to optimise HR services and processes, supporting the company’s cultural transformation. Providing critical coaching to people leaders on employee relations and organisational change objectives. Managing cyclical work within your portfolio, including workforce planning, talent management, and recruitment and on boarding, data analysis and reporting, capability development, and employee relations. Offering expert HR advice and support on complex HR matters to your client portfolio. Providing operational HR support across the business, focusing on governance, Enterprise Agreement administration, employee engagement, industrial relations, and collaboration with GPC departments to meet operational objectives. About You:We seek a highly experienced HR practitioner with a strong track record of delivering comprehensive and professional HR services in a complex environment. You will have experience managing employee matters, including complex case management, and possess strong interpersonal, negotiation, and communication skills. You will also have industrial relations experience and the ability to interpret industrial instruments and legislation. Qualifications and experience required: Tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in Human Resources, Industrial Relations, or a related discipline. Proven experience in managing employee relations and organisational change. Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and communication skills. Ability to work collaboratively as part of a greater People function. What We Offer You: A competitive salary Comprehensive medical benefit programs Superannuation scheme, including salary sacrificing A generous relocation package for those moving to Gladstone This role is based in Gladstone, and we offer a supportive and dynamic work environment where your contributions can make a significant impact. How to Apply:Please complete the online application form, responding to the key selection criteria with your relevant skills and experience for the role. Along with this, submit your resume and cover letter, including copies of your qualifications. For further details on the role and requirements, please refer to the full position description. Confidential enquiries can be made by contacting the recruitment team on (07) 4976 1686. Applications are to be received prior to 5:00pm, Wednesday, 12th June, 2024 and must be submitted via https://www.gpcl.com.au/who-we-are/work-with-us/. GLADSTONE QLD Gladstone Ports Corporation Other/General Jobs 01/06/2024 12/06/2024 • Tue, 04 JunGladstone Ports Corporation
Human Resources Specialist » Gladstone, Rockhampton Region - cs2268376 Human Resources Specialist https://www.hrcareer.net.au/jobs/4122-gladstone-ports-corporation/68376 Human Resources Specialist About the Role:Reporting directly to the HR Operations Manager, the Human Resources Specialist will play a crucial HR Business Partnering role. As part of a dedicated team of specialists and advisors, you will deliver a comprehensive suite of HR services across the business. Focusing on the end-to-end employee experience, your responsibilities will include: Partnering with the HR team and operational leaders to optimise HR services and processes, supporting the company’s cultural transformation. Providing critical coaching to people leaders on employee relations and organisational change objectives. Managing cyclical work within your portfolio, including workforce planning, talent management, and recruitment and on boarding, data analysis and reporting, capability development, and employee relations. Offering expert HR advice and support on complex HR matters to your client portfolio. Providing operational HR support across the business, focusing on governance, Enterprise Agreement administration, employee engagement, industrial relations, and collaboration with GPC departments to meet operational objectives. About You:We seek a highly experienced HR practitioner with a strong track record of delivering comprehensive and professional HR services in a complex environment. You will have experience managing employee matters, including complex case management, and possess strong interpersonal, negotiation, and communication skills. You will also have industrial relations experience and the ability to interpret industrial instruments and legislation. Qualifications and experience required: Tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in Human Resources, Industrial Relations, or a related discipline. Proven experience in managing employee relations and organisational change. Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and communication skills. Ability to work collaboratively as part of a greater People function. What We Offer You: A competitive salary Comprehensive medical benefit programs Superannuation scheme, including salary sacrificing A generous relocation package for those moving to Gladstone This role is based in Gladstone, and we offer a supportive and dynamic work environment where your contributions can make a significant impact. How to Apply:Please complete the online application form, responding to the key selection criteria with your relevant skills and experience for the role. Along with this, submit your resume and cover letter, including copies of your qualifications. For further details on the role and requirements, please refer to the full position description. Confidential enquiries can be made by contacting the recruitment team on (07) 4976 1686. Applications are to be received prior to 5:00pm, Wednesday, 12th June, 2024 and must be submitted via https://www.gpcl.com.au/who-we-are/work-with-us/. GLADSTONE QLD Gladstone Ports Corporation HR & Recruitment Jobs 01/06/2024 12/06/2024 • Tue, 04 JunGladstone Ports Corporation
HR Manager » Middle Park, Port Phillip - Framestore is a multi Oscar-winning creative studio, working with some of the greatest storytellers in film today. Collaborating with directors and producers across the complete filmmaking process to help design, plan and create beautiful images, we focus on finding innovative creative solutions to support their vision and set new standards for visual effects in cinema. Framestore combines talent and technology to bring life to everything we create, whether in film, TV, advertising or immersive experiences. Driven by creativity and inspired by the future, we set out every day to reframe the possible. Our Melbourne studio has an exciting opportunity for an HR Manager who will ensure the provision of generalist Human Resources expertise to the studio, acting as key business partner to the Head of Studio and and other members of the management team and crewing/talent functions. They will also work closely with the global HR team and report to the Head of HR, UK & Australia who is based in London to ensure consistency of employee experience across our Framestore offices. Key Responsibilities: Employee Relations The HR Manager will bring strong Employee Relations experience and be up to date with Victorian and federal employment law Act as key business partner to the local Head of Studio and other managers Provide advice and expertise to management at all levels on employee relation, performance management and other HR related matters Ensure legal compliance and balance with commercial priorities Support employees at all levels with HR related queries and requests for information Design and maintain HR policies that are legally compliant and support the business Ensure team members are supported throughout their career at Framestore from point of offer, onboarding, through career development and progression Management Lead, inspire and manage the small HR team in Melbourne Provide guidance and support to the team on specific issues and projects Provide team members with the opportunities for growth and development Immigration Maintain knowledge of immigration policies and plans and work with HR and Immigration Specialist colleagues, to provide immigration support to crewing teams in the business area Work with the external immigration specialist to ensure work visas are processed and delegate tasks to the HR Coordinator Compensation & Benefits Undertake salary benchmarking/surveys and analysis, as required Work with Head of HR and other HR colleagues to develop strategies to improve the company’s compensation and benefits offering Work with the global HR team and the Head of Studio to build out benefits packages for the Melbourne team HR Systems Oversee the roll out of the new HR system (Hi Bob) working with the Global HRIS manager and the HR Coordinator Oversee training and support to Managers and employees on system usage Learning and Development In partnership with Head of HR, undertake an annual training needs analysis for soft skills and management skills Provide management workshops on core areas such as performance, appraisal, absence etc Work with the Training Team (global) to scope out training requirements and organise training programmes Legal Compliance Ensure our policies and procedures are legally compliant and review on an annual basis Essential: Previous experience in an HR Manager/Business Partner role Extensive Employee Relations experience Sound knowledge of Victorian and federal employment law Previous experience managing a team Experience operating within a creative or technical business Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Diplomatic with good negotiation skills Strong leadership skills and ability to movitate team members to achieve their goals and objectives Adopts a flexible approach, and adapts style to suit different situations and people Ability to work with members of the team, sharing information and working collaboratively to achieve team objectives Acts as an ambassador for the team both internally and externally Identifies issues and works effectively to implement sound solutions Ability to work under pressure Ability to work with people at all levels Ability to deal with difficult situations in a calm and professional manner Highly organised and methodical Desirable: Previous experience within the visual effects/film production sector Knowledge of immigration processes Degree and/or business qualification in HRM or equivalent • Tue, 04 JunFramestore
Manager HR Systems » Hobart, TAS - specialist advice to clients, staff, management and other internal and external stakeholders and service providers/vendors... • Mon, 03 JunTasmanian Government$124371 - 130905 per year
Regulatory Affairs Specialist » Bondi, NSW - Sydney, NSW - On behalf of our client, we are looking for a full-time experienced Regulatory Affairs Specialist. The daily duties... • Mon, 03 JunEPG Payroll & HR
HR Specialist » Australia - Why Work at Lenovo We are Lenovo. We do what we say. We own what we do. We WOW our customers. Lenovo is a US$62 billion revenue global technology powerhouse, ranked 217 in the Fortune Global 500, employing 77,000 people around the world, and serving millions of customers every day in 180 markets. Focused on a bold vision to deliver smarter technology for all, Lenovo has built on its success as the world’s largest PC company by further expanding into growth areas that fuel the advancement of ‘New IT’ technologies (client, edge, cloud, network, and intelligence) including server, storage, mobile, software, solutions, and services. This transformation together with Lenovo’s world-changing innovation is building a more inclusive, trustworthy, and smarter future for everyone, everywhere. To find out more visit www.lenovo.com , and read about the latest news via our StoryHub . Description and Requirements We are looking for a HR Specialist that will be involved in a nalysis, implementations and follow up to workforce planning initiatives to optimize and scale the evolving workforce and long-range plans. Main responsibilities: Collaborates with business leaders, strategic planning, HR, Finance and other stakeholders across the company to review existing and future workforce needs and to ensure alignment with business objectives and financial goals. Collects, interprets and evaluates workforce metrics to provide data driven insights for internal and external talent pool assessments, headcount reviews, forecasting and business scenario planning; reviews processes and monitors plan effectiveness. Prepares statistical reports on employee pay, commissions and bonuses; vacation, sick, disability and workers compensation leave. Assist more experienced HR Partners in resolving issues or answering questions raised by manager and employees, based on simple research (e.g. policies or program guidelines) or own judgment/experienced gained while “on-the-job”. Educate managers for employee relation knowledge to improve ER skills and sense, and avoid ER risks in advance, give follow up to management improvement action plans to assure compliance. Provides support to company employees and company management to handle a variety of HR related transactions. Receives & responds to requests concerning policies, programs, trainings, HR systems, etc. Requirements: Bachelor Degree on HR Related areas. Advance English 1 year of experience on Human Resources Availability to work on site (M-F) Proficient Excel and power point skills Additional Locations : Mexico - Nuevo León - Monterrey Mexico - Nuevo León - Monterrey Mexico Mexico - Nuevo León Mexico - Nuevo León - Monterrey , Mexico - Nuevo León - Monterrey Go back Apply If you require an accommodation to complete this application, please contact abilitylenovo.com • Sun, 02 JunLenovo
Interim HR Business Partner » Canberra, ACT - About the Company A technology firm in Canberra is recruiting for an experienced HR Business Partner for a 2-month... contract. This role works closely with the wider HR team locally and internationally. The key stakeholders are largely based in... • Sat, 01 JunFrazer Jones$170000 - 180000 per year
HR & Recruitment Administrator » Perth, WA - To support our continual growth, we are searching for a HR & Recruitment Administrator to join our HR team. This Full.... MINPROVISE is a specialist products, engineering and services company providing expert support to the mining, and construction... • Fri, 31 MayMinprovise
People & Capability Advisor » Adelaide CBD, Adelaide - Full time position located in either Adelaide or Melbourne. Flexible Working Arrangements available. Build your career with a knowledgeable and diverse team of specialists. About the Role As a People and Capability (P&C) Advisor, you will be an integral part of our HR team, providing essential operational support to employees and leaders throughout Australia. This role will involve working across multiple Serco divisions, where you will support managers in managing performance and conduct issues, navigating risks, and interpreting industrial instruments and policies. You will collaborate closely with your HR Advisory colleagues, HR Business Partners, and other HR specialist functions, ensuring a comprehensive and supportive approach to HR challenges. This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills in a dynamic environment while helping managers achieve the best outcomes for the business. What you’ll be doing Guiding managers through performance and conduct management activities in a supportive team environment. Supporting organisational changes and addressing employee grievances. Managing investigations for more complex matters as required, again supported by your leaders and specialist functions as needed. Facilitating training and development programs for managers and employees. Ensuring compliance with legislation and company procedures while navigating risks associated with HR matters. Collaborating with contracts to present trends and insights on HR data. Building strong relationships with managers and demonstrating a business-minded approach to HR challenges. Promoting teamwork and collaboration within the HR team and across departments. About You Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related field. Prior experience working in a P&C / HR function providing sound advice on Policy and Procedure, and potentially Employee Relations/ Industrial Relations matters. Ability to interpret and understand Awards, Enterprise Agreements, and the Fair Work Act. Knowledge of HR systems, processes, and tools – We use SAP. You do not need to match every listed expectation to apply for this position. If you like the look of the role, we’d love to hear from you. This is a position of trust and responsibility and to support this we will conduct a thorough probity assessment, which includes a Federal police check as an essential selection component for this role. Serco requires employees in this role to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people. Please consider this requirement when submitting your application. About us – Serco & proud At Serco, not only is the nature of the work we do important, but everyone has a vital role to play from caring for vulnerable people to managing complex public services. We are a team of 50,000 globally and 14,000 in Asia Pacific responsible for delivering essential public services in areas including defence, justice, immigration, healthcare, facilities management & citizen services. To learn more please visit www.serco.com/aspac Why Join Us You'd be joining a company that delivers essential public services (in partnership wth Governments) that impact a better future for communities, & those in our care. You’ll get to have an impact on how we doings: Enjoy being part of a driven team with a collaborative culture that values decision-makers & action. We Invest in you: Accelerate your career through our learning & development opportunities – think skills-based training, defined career pathways & fantastic internal mobility opportunities across the group If you are inspired to make a positive difference and would like to be considered for this opportunity, please apply now. For more information about this job opening, or to have a confidential discussion, please email Stefi at Stefi.Bekaserco-ap.com . Please be advised that all prospective applicants are required to submit an application and participate in our formal recruitment process. Serco’s values of Trust, Care, Innovation and Pride underpin everything we do. We are curious, creative, and collaborative. Our people matter and make a difference every day. We seek and celebrate diversity and encourage applications from all backgrounds and cultures including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGTBQI, veterans and people with disability. By joining Serco, you will have access to Employee Networks led by colleagues who are passionate about diversity, inclusion and belonging. • Fri, 31 MaySerco
Senior Manager People & Pay » Doncaster, Manningham Area - Job Description At Ambulance Victoria we are proud to share our commitment to save and improve lives by providing outstanding care for our patients. It is our promise to every patient, and it sits at the heart of everything we do. No matter what corporate or support role you play in delivering our critical services to Victorians, you join a team dedicated to bringing our vision of ‘outstanding emergency health care every time' to life. We are seeking an appropriately experienced Senior Manager People & Pay for this full-time, permanent position based at Doncaster (hybrid work options available). This position will manage a people focussed service delivery team in timely and effective payroll and human resource services for AV. About the role Reporting to the Director People Services, this role is accountable for professional and specialist payroll and technical HR outputs requiring significant industrial, payroll system, and remuneration and benefits expertise when advising on high risk, sensitive and organisation wide issues. Responsibilities include, but not limited to: Provide leadership and expertise to deliver accurate and timely payroll operations within a suite of legislative, financial, and administrative regulations relating to centralised payroll and HR functions ensuring the use of cost effective, appropriate tools and systems Develop and implement practical solutions and provide strategic thinking to meet stakeholder and people services demands across several platforms, including the review of methodologies against industry best practice Comprehensive reporting as required, including costing variations relating to salaries, wages & leave, and oversee payroll investigations in collaboration with system, finance, risk & audit and remuneration and benefits peers Monitor and measure effectiveness and business risk of payroll and people services strategies in line with statutory legislation and award conditions Drive continuous improvement through leading projects or participating as a subject matter expert on broader management policies, procedures, or systems to support larger project activities and objectives About you The successful candidate will have relevant tertiary qualification in business and/or public administration/finance together with extensive experience in leading a mid-size human resource or payroll function in a complex, large organisation operating under multi-agreement EBAs. Additional requirements include: A proven ability to create a cohesive and high functioning payroll team, through transparent communication and collaborative practise, offering high quality advice and solutions to a range of stakeholders in both a corporate and operational capacity Ability to effectively lead a team whilst driving change and continuous improvement High proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, Chris21 payroll system, UKG – Workforce Dimensions and electronic timecard systems High level working knowledge of legislation relevant to payroll, including remuneration and benefits Demonstrated ability to analyse, solve problems and make decisions through application of high-level judgement and critical thinking Excellent stakeholder relationship building, negotiation and communication skills (written and verbal) Working at AV As a valued member of AV you will enjoy a professional working environment that recognises the importance of work/life balance. We offer salary packaging options, generous personal leave entitlements, accrued days off for full time roles, and other benefits including free on-site parking. We believe our people are our greatest resource and the sustainability of our workforce depends on how well we utilise our people's skills and abilities and whether our staffing reflects the diversity of the Victorian community. If you are ready to be an integral part in bringing our values of Care, Accountable, Respect and Excellence to life at AV, we want to hear from you Successful applicants will need to have received the mandated COVID-19 vaccinations and be willing to complete pre-employment screening including references, misconduct, and Police Checks. By applying for this position with Ambulance Victoria, you agree to undertake an assessment of any Secondary Employment or outside interests, in line with AV's Secondary Employment procedure. This is required to ensure there is no perceived or actual conflict of interest for AV should you be successful and commence in the role. This position is graded at AV6 under the AV (Management and Administrative Staff) Enterprise Agreement 2021. The Position Description for this role can be found at the AV Careers website https://careers.ambulance.vic.gov.au . Hybrid working options are available however it is essential that the successful applicant maintains a presence at our headquarters in line with our Hybrid work model. How to apply Your application will form an integral part of the selection process and should be of a high quality and include: Cover letter outlining your experience and interest in the position Current Resume Separate document addressing the selection criteria (detailed under ‘Key Selection Criteria' in the position description) Applications must be submitted by 11.59pm on Monday 10 June 2024 by clicking ‘apply' . Applications must be submitted via the AV Careers website https://careers.ambulance.vic.gov.au/ to be considered. Emailed applications will not be accepted. Refer to the ‘Applying for a position with Ambulance Victoria' document for further information. For any queries, please email recruitmentambulance.vic.gov.au or contact us on 03 9840 3653. At all levels of our organisation, a diverse and inclusive workforce allows us to deliver Best Care to the Victorian community, and helps create a healthier, more productive workplace for our people. • Fri, 31 MayAmbulance Victoria
Maritime Field Engineers » Sydney, Sydney Region - We are looking for Maritime Communications Field Engineers based in Sydney, Australia. Basic salary of AUD 87500 travel, time away payments, etc, OTE AUD 120k . We are looking for several people with Maritime engineering experience in this round of recruitment due to company growth. You'll be installing, commissioning, servicing, and supporting complex satellite, IT, and A/V systems on cruise ships, private super yachts, commercial vessels, and offshore facilities in Europe and elsewhere globally. We would love to hear from you if you have excellent attention to detail and a proven ability to deliver the highest quality work in the demanding professional maritime industry. Your fieldwork will be on vessels across Australia, New Zealand, and other regions. You'll be resourceful and enjoy the challenge of working independently in port and at sea. You must also be comfortable with small aircraft and helicopter and small boat transfers, working at heights, and being away from home for one to four weeks. To keep you (and our client) at the top of the game, you'll receive initial and ongoing classroom training, online and on-the-job training, and other career development opportunities. If you aren't already, we want to help you develop to become the best in the industry. The following skills and experience are essential: Minimum three years experience installing, commissioning, and fault-finding of commercial marine stabilised VSAT and TVRO, Ku, Ka, and C band products Interest in working with the latest MEO, LEO, and GEO satellite systems Outstanding fault-finding skills Excellent written and spoken English (Please send your cv in English) Satellite TDMA networks such as iDirect or Newtec Data and Voice networking RF fault finding and use of test equipment such as spectrum analysers Other marine electronics equipment Good mechanical, electrical, and other technical aptitudes to assist with installation and fault-finding work Ability and willingness to travel in Australia, Asia, and worldwide (70%) Appropriate industry or university qualifications You must have the right to live and work in Australia (It may be possible to assist with visas for any competent and suitably qualified people who do not have the right to work in Australia.) Examples of additional highly desirable skills, experience, and qualifications include: Cobham , Intellian, and/or Orbit marine stabilised antenna OEM qualifications Satellite TV distribution systems experience Crestron automation systems Sea time as a professional mariner Military communications technical experience Experience in one or all of our key markets of super yachting, cruise ships, and oil and gas In-depth networking and IT experience Technical help desk and support skills An attractive salary package and other benefits will be offered to the suitable candidates. It may be possible to assist with visas for suitably qualified people who do not have the right to work in Australia. If you would like to discuss this role please call Adam on 00 44 7446991321 $115,360 on target earnings illustration in attachments 85000 ideal - 90,000 AUD [DC] basic salary (what would be the highest basic you would pay for an excellent candidate) 225.00 AUD (95.00 day rate, 130.00 per diem to cover meals which is tax-free) a day when away (approximately 110 to 130 Days), 41.00 AUD per day, estimate 60-days per year on-call [DC] if on call when in the office, a week at a time. 25 days holiday plus local bank holidays – [DC] Correct Credit Card with expenses for hotel, food, flights, and hire car if necessary – [DC] Yes Profit Share – [DC] Typically 5 – 10k depending on company performance 800.00 AUD every two years for a phone handset, employee is responsible for accessories, they can choose their handset and keep it. Sim card provided for personal and business [DC] Yes Laptop provided – [DC] Yes Specialist tools and test equipment are provided. Focused on manufacturer/certified training courses, Florida, Rotterdam and Singapore are the main training locations. • Fri, 31 MayHB People Recruitment & HR Specialists
diversity & inclusion governance specialist » Melbourne, VIC - apply or get in touch with Nazia on 0474 491 885 or email: [email protected] At HR Partners by Randstad... • Thu, 30 MayHR Partners$110000 per year
diversity & inclusion specialist » Melbourne, VIC - or email: [email protected] At HR Partners by Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities... • Thu, 30 MayHR Partners
HR Business Partner - Perth » Perth, Perth Region - Join a supportive NFP organisation and make an impact through your pragmatic and customer-focused business partnering skills. As an HR Business Partner, you will be part of a successful not-for-profit organisation making a significant impact in the community. We are in the business of helping people through a range of programs and initiatives that align with the community's needs. As a true HR generalist, you will collaborate with internal stakeholders and contribute to a range of People, Culture, and Capability (PC&C) projects and initiatives. You will partner with the business to find pragmatic and customer-focused business solutions. You will coach, build capability, and support our workforce. Reporting to the General Manager of HR Operations, you will work within a supportive and collaborative team of 12 HR professionals and collaborate with specialist Recruitment, WHS, and Learning and Development teams, all driven by a common purpose. You will be part of a workplace, which genuinely cares about its people, our customers and the community at large. The position has one direct report based in Adelaide and the incumbent is required to undertake periodical interstate travel working across our Perth, South Australia and Darwin sites. You will coach and provide advice on a range of people matters, including employee relations, enhancing employee experience, coaching and building capability within the business and much more. You will work with a high degree of autonomy and flexibility. We promote the benefits of hybrid work and provide great tools and services to connect our people anywhere. Why Join WISE? Competitive salary package including base salary, superannuation, not-for-profit salary packaging, company laptop & iPhone more Join a growing organisation that genuinely cares for its people, our customers and the community at large. Reward and recognition initiatives and ongoing learning and development Access to a diverse range of employee benefits, including an annual Diversity Day, the ability to purchase additional annual leave and various healthy lifestyle initiatives Access to exclusive benefits and discounts from leading retailers Work for an organisation recognised by Diversity Council Australia as "Top 30 Most Inclusive Employer 2022/2023" About You You will be an experienced HR professional (at least 5 years of demonstrated experience) Are people focused with strong relationship-building skills Hold a Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Human Resource Management or equivalent Experience in the interpretation and application of relevant legislation and regulations Demonstrated experience in coaching and working with senior leaders on best practice people management Strong analytical skills with the ability to generate insights from HR metrics to inform business decision-making High-level problem-solving skills with the ability to identify issues, think creatively, and recommend strategies, ideas and opportunities for resolution. Strong business acumen and high emotional intelligence to partner and guide all team members Advanced communication, negotiation and influencing skills A passion for creating and driving positive and highly engaged cultures Experience deepening engagement and developing an outstanding employee experience Demonstrated qualities of compassion and empathy with a commitment to a customer-centric workplace culture About WISE Celebrating 30 years in the employment services industry, WISE Employment is a not-for-profit organisation that is committed to providing quality employment, training and support to the disadvantaged members of our community, the long-term unemployed and people with disability. We aim to inspire, transform and empower people by connecting them with employers who care. WISE also operates two highly successful socially inclusive social enterprises along with a range of other programs and services aligned to the needs of the community. Please visit our careers page, www.wiseemployment.com.au/careers-at-wise, to find out more about WISE. To Apply Please submit a current resume that demonstrates how you meet the above-specified requirements. To be the successful applicant, you must have the right to work in Australia, a current driver's license, working with Children Check and satisfy national police clearance check requirements. Please note that we commence shortlisting candidates as soon as possible, and as such early submission of your application is encouraged to ensure you do not miss out on this great opportunity. Here at WISE Employment, we actively encourage and welcome candidates from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, candidates with a disability, members of the LGBTQIA community and First Nation and Torres Strait Islander candidates. • Wed, 29 MayWISE Employment
HR Specialist » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Are you an experienced HR professional ready to make an impact?Apply now to be part of shaping the Future of the Queensland Government. We are seeking a dynamic HR Specialist to join one of Queensland's leading government departments on a contract full-time basis. This is your opportunity to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of the department. As a HR Specialist, you'll be at the heart of the HR operations, helping the team understand and define various job roles within the department. This role is not about filling positions—it's about ensuring we attract and retain top talent to drive success Key Responsibilities: Understand responsibilities, qualifications, and skills needed for various roles. JEMS accreditation is highly regarded. Clearly and effectively write job descriptions, requirements, and expectations for different roles. Conduct research on industry standards, best practices, and market trends to maintain competitive role profiles. Use data analysis to create accurate job descriptions that align with organisational goals. Efficiently manage multiple tasks, including sourcing candidates, scheduling interviews, and finalising offers. Identify current job market trends, in-demand skills, salary expectations, and emerging hiring preferences. If you have Queensland government experience and JEMS accreditation, we want to hear from you. Your expertise will be highly valued as you help the department attract the best talent. How to Apply: If you're ready to take the next step in your career and make a real impact, contact Ruby Devo now on 0499 184 811 for a confidential discussion and to register your interest. Kingston Human Capital looks forward to helping you take the next step in your career. • Wed, 29 MayKingston Human Capital
HR/HC Truck Drivers | Perth Locals » Perth, WA - CELOTTI WORKFORCE are currently seeking local HR or HC Truck Drivers to join a growing and reputable company in Perth..., WA 6000. Temp to perm Local Ongoing work Weekly pay + superannuation CELOTTI WORKFORCE is seeking HR/HC drivers... • Wed, 29 MayCelotti Workforce
Payroll and Recruitment Advisor » Deakin, South Canberra - The Payroll and Recruitment Advisor is responsible for the completion of tasks related to payroll, recruitment, on-boarding, reporting and the administration of HR systems. They provide specialist advice to a range of stakeholders, including on pay and conditions, and recruitment. They co-ordinate payroll processing in collaboration with the Mint's outsourced payroll provider. They also draft or review position descriptions, and support managers and selection advisory committees. The Payroll and Recruitment Advisor contributes to the continuous improvement of operational human resource functions. They prepare reports and work closely with managers and others on the delivery of services and projects. The Payroll and Recruitment Advisor has an opportunity to learn and participate in all aspects of human resource activities, broadening their skills and abilities. The successful applicant is required to work full-time and on-site. The key duties of the position include Completing recruitment tasks, including processing staffing requests, drafting job descriptions, preparing vacancy notices, maintaining merit lists, reviewing SAC reports, conducting pre-employment checks and drafting letters of offer. Processing payroll transactions in collaboration with the Mint's outsourced payroll provider, including commencements, cessations, prior service and leave liability, superannuation, leave management, organisation and position management, allowances and deductions, salary packaging, study assistance, workers compensation leave and payments, and overtime. Providing advice to a range of stakeholders, including employees, managers and selection advisory committees, on a range of operational human resource matters, including pay and conditions, and recruitment. Administering HR information systems (payroll and recruitment), including liaising with the external provider on updates, maintenance, security and testing; and providing user support to managers and employees in relation to employee self-service functionality. Preparing reports, analysing data and providing it in an appropriate, user friendly manner, including preparing responses to the request for information from external stakeholders. Coordinating or delivering training, including induction and recruitment briefings. Supporting the continuous improvement of operational human resource functions, including project managing the implementation of improved human resource solutions. Contributing to the development, interpretation, consultation and application of human resource related policies, procedures and guidance material. • Wed, 29 MayAPS
Senior People Systems Analyst » Australia - Your new role with Bendigo Bank is just a few clicks away. About the role Reporting into the Service Owner People Systems you will service key business stakeholders to make modifications and enhancements to existing systems and use-cases. Bringing your experience with at least one of the following HR information systems (HRIS): Technology One, PageUp, LMS(MyBENU) or SAP SF. You’ll apply your analytical mindset, constantly being on the lookout for opportunities to increase operational efficiency or enhance reporting. You will also interface across the business to support the execution of project-based work. A unique opportunity to be part of a function combing systems and analytics, where you’ll have end to end involvement in both the input and use of people related data, manage the integration of multiple systems, and gain end to end exposure of lifecycle management. Take your career to the next level as you develop a broad skill set across multiple systems, learning from passionate subject matter experts in a complex business environment. Join an empowered team with strong knowledge of the business who embrace transparency and collaboration. While geographically dispersed across our main office locations, the team are virtually connected and work in an agile way (sprint-based). As a Senior People Systems Analyst you’ll get to: Support People Systems BAU operations and be involved in testing, issues and defect management as well as continuous improvement initiatives. Support changes to forms, workflow and access management. Be responsible for data integrity, loading and verification. Manage testing, review, and implementation of system maintenance, releases, upgrades, and modification. Support business initiatives and projects. Collaborate with technical staff to implement fixes as required. Clearly communicate any changes and follow a structured approach to change management to ensure initiatives are implemented into the business with minimal disruption. About you You will have strong Systems thinking, ideally with prior experience in an HR or Systems Administrator role. Implementation experience with SAP Success Factors would be ideal. Basic ETL knowledge to support automation and integration of data from different systems and databases. Knowledge and experience working with a range of HR policies and managing their application from a system perspective. Solid understanding of general and specialist HR concepts and principles. A collaborative mindset and be able to build strong business relationships. Previous development or programming experience will be highly regarded. We offer flexible work options that put our people first, and a hybrid model with a minimum of two days in a local Head Office per week. We believe a diverse workforce supported by an inclusive culture is central to our success and we actively encourage applications from those who bring diversity of thought to our business. We support candidate requests for adjustment to accommodate an illness, injury, or disability to equitably participate in the selection process. About Bendigo Bank With over 7,000 employees, we are Australian’s most trusted retail bank, our purpose is – ‘to feed into the prosperity of our customers and communities, not off it’. We are one of Australia’s most trusted brands and this isn’t something we take lightly, which means Bendigo Bank is the Bank you can be proud to work at Find out more about us and our incredible history here: bendigoadelaide.com.au/about-us Our perks and benefits: Belong to a wonderful team of people. Know how we know they’re great to work with? They told us Great benefits, work life balance, and flexibility Bendigo Bank supports ongoing development, with the potential for a portion of education fees being reimbursed by the bank. We want you to be the best version of you, and to help you achieve that We know the last few years have been rough, so we have partnered with Sonder as our wellness provider. At the touch of a button, you will have access to self-help 24/7 or you can live chat with a team of safety, medical, and mental health professionals to assist with anything life throws at you. So, what are you waiting for? Come and join the better big bank Still in two minds? Research suggests 60% of women and underrepresented groups might stop here, even after getting as far as drafting an application. We believe that diversity makes every team stronger, so even if you don’t tick every box we still want to see your application Please note shortlisting and interviews may take place prior to the advertised close date, so don't delay: apply now We don’t want you to be missed, so please note that directly emailed CV’s may not be picked up by the system and may risk being missed from the process. We love the support recruitment agencies give businesses every day, however, we have got this. Our superstar recruiters will reach out to our fabulous panel if we need a helping hand. • Wed, 29 MayBendigo and Adelaide Bank
Senior HR Specialist » Perth, Perth Region - Previous Experience Skillforce Recruitment is currently seeking a Senior HR Specialist for a fixed term project commencing in June for around 3 months ROLE DESCRIPTION Development of Directorate Organisational Structure Review and re write of Directorate Job Description Forms Human Resources Advisory SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE Ability to have difficult conversations and provide guidance on discreet staffing matters to senior management. Review and evaluation of organisational structures. Review and re write of Job Description Forms. Ability to work in a sensitive matter. Experience working directly with executive management • Wed, 29 MaySkillforce Recruitment
HR & Award Compliance Partner » Melbourne, VIC - We are looking for a full-time HR Compliance and Award specialist who enjoys working in an autonomous fast-paced environment and has a keen eye... • Tue, 28 MayMichael Page$120000 - 145000 per year
HR Generalist » Port Melbourne, Port Phillip - Come join our leading Global Supply Chain and Logistics company We are excited by this opportunity for a new HR generalist to join the HR team at C.H. Robinson. We are looking for an experienced generalist/Advisor that enjoys working closely with the business to generate positive outcomes and engagement, whilst growing and developing their own career. We offer hybrid working arrangements with 2 days per week from home. The duties and responsibilities of this position consists of, but are not limited to, the following: Partners with Talent Acquisition and supports the recruitment, interview process, and hiring of qualified and diverse job applicants for open; collaborates with hiring managers to understand skills and competencies required Conducts investigations related to employee complaints, collaborating with HR Leadership and/or Employee Relations on complex and/or serious allegations Performs duties required to manage and execute human resource core processes and programs including but not limited to; benefits, leave of absences, disciplinary matters, performance and talent management, recognition, engagement, safety compliance, HRIS accuracy and unemployment Conducts new hire and benefits orientations and manages employee recognition programs Provides basic consultation to people leaders related to employee and contingent associate issues Handles employment-related inquiries from applicants, employees, and supervisors, referring complex and/or sensitive matters to the appropriate staff Maintains compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations and recommended best practices; reviews policies and practices to ensure compliance Maintains knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law Contribute to the delivery of HR project initiatives particularly in the areas of recruitment, building leadership capability, engagement and diversity & inclusion Other duties or responsibilities as assigned according to the team and/or country specific requirements QUALIFICATIONS Required: Tertiary qualification in Human Resources, Commerce/Business or related field Minimum 2 years of human resource generalist, human resource specialist, HR business partner, or related HR experience Ability to work to a variety of business needs Preferred: Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines Strong analytical and problem-solving skills Ability to prioritize tasks Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite of programs Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization's HRIS and talent management systems (Workday) To learn more about life at C.H. Robinson, check out our page https://jobs.chrobinson.com/culture Disclaimer: This is intended to generally describe the nature and level of work to be performed by employees in this position. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and skills required of employees performing this role. Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer C.H. Robinson is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We believe in equality for all and celebrate the diversity of our employees, customers, and communities. We believe this increases creativity and innovation, drives business growth, and enables engaged and thriving teams. We're committed to providing an inclusive environment, free from harassment and discrimination, where all employees feel welcomed, valued, and respected. LI-Hybrid Benefits At C.H. Robinson Oceania, we are a proud Equal Opportunity employer offering flexible work to support a work/life balance along with offering a broad range of career development opportunities. We have an experienced and passionate team who work collaboratively to deliver smarter solutions for our clients. Employees have access to our well regarded, confidential Employee Assistance Program. Our Robinson Cares program allows our employees to give back to the community. • Tue, 28 MayC.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.
HR Operations & Payroll Specialist » The Rocks, Sydney - HR Operations & Payroll Specialist Human Resources Job ID 2024-14587 Primary Location: Sydney, Australia 05/24/2024 Apply Now Save Job FM Global is a leading property insurer of the world's largest businesses, providing more than one-third of FORTUNE 1000-size companies with engineering-based risk management and property insurance solutions. FM Global helps clients maintain continuity in their business operations by drawing upon state-of-the-art loss-prevention engineering and research; risk management skills and support services; tailored risk transfer capabilities; and superior financial strength. To do so, we rely on a dynamic, culturally diverse group of employees, working in more than 100 countries, in a variety of challenging roles. We currently have an exciting opportunity for an HR Operations & Payroll Specialist to join our Human Resources Department, based in our Sydney office (on-site) on a full time, permanent basis. Reporting to the HR Business Partner, the role will be responsible for providing human resource support and services to the departments & businesses within Australia Operations (160 people). We're looking for someone with a solid payroll experience & great ER knowledge to meet the existing need within the team. Being a small team, we get involved in many different aspects of HR so there is plenty of opportunity for development within role. This position would suit someone who is keen to expand their knowledge and willing to learn. Key responsibilities: Serve as a trusted advisor and be the first point of contact for the HR team, providing guidance and support to the business on HR policies, systems, procedures, and practices relating to the employee lifecycle. Includes HRIS queries (Workday & ADP) recruitment, onboarding, offboarding, talent review, quarterly and annual promotions, compensation changes, training and development, performance management, time away from work etc. Use your strong knowledge of the Fair Work Act, National Employment Standards (NES), Awards, etc. to ensure compliance with relevant employment laws, regulations, and company policies. Review, prepare and issue employee documentation, e.g. employment agreements, contract variations, employment letters. Proactively and frequently collaborate with Payroll Administrator, Global Mobility, and Finance teams, as well as third parties, to Act as subject matter expert on Australian & NZ payroll, and Ensure monthly pay (including shadow payroll) is accurate and compliant with statutory requirements. Complete FBT reconciliations, EOFY Payroll Tax Reconciliation EOFY payroll reporting, salary package deductions, superannuation, Payroll & Work Cover tax payments are submitted accurately and on time. Participate in payroll audits. Act as a local contact for payroll-related queries. Undertake projects such as system updates/upgrades, data reviews, seeking efficiencies and improvements. Partner with HRBP and others within broader global HR department on a wide variety of projects and activities such as WGEA reporting, review of employment agreements, engagement surveys, policy review and update, implementation of legislation changes, compensation and benefits benchmarking and new programs. Maintaining employee records, HR databases and systems. Use this data and your analysis skills to solve questions from the business. About you: Tertiary study in HR/Business related field. 5 years' experience in similar role/s. In depth understanding of employment law and the legislative environment Good with numbers, data, and problem solving. Experience and confidence with Australian payroll, payroll tax, WorkCover Insurance Love to collaborate and build great working relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Strong listening, oral & written communication skills Ability to deal with sensitive issues in a confidential and compassionate manner. Excellent attention to detail, time management and organisation skills. Proactive and self-directed working style. Highly desired, but not required Previous experience with Workday and ADP HR Operations / Shared Service experience Any accounting experience. Experience working in Financial or Professional services environment. WHS knowledge/experience WGEA reporting experience. Knowledge of defined benefit superannuation plans. What is on offer: Career development and training opportunities Supportive and collaborative team environment Tuition reimbursement, Rich health and well-being programs, Volunteer days and so much more Excited about this role, but not sure if you meet 100% of the criteria? We encourage you to apply and reach out for a conversation. If you are interested in learning more about FM Global, our culture and some of our initiatives, don't hesitate to visit the links below: Commercial Property Insurance | FM Global Insure Your Career at FM Global (youtube.com) https://www.linkedin.com/company/fm-global/life/ FM Global Resilience (youtube.com) Engineer Your Career at FM Global (youtube.com) You must have the right to work in Australia to be considered for this role (Australian citizen, permanent resident, NZ resident) Apply Now • Tue, 28 MayFM Global
HR Workday HCM Specialist » Pinkenba, Brisbane - About Hanson Australia Hanson Australia is a leader in building and construction materials with an extensive production and logistics network across Australia. We use world-class technologies and service platforms to supply a comprehensive range of high-quality concrete, aggregates and sand. We also produce road base, asphalt and sustainable and recycled construction materials for civil construction and infrastructure projects. Hanson Australia is part of the Heidelberg Materials Group, which employs over 51,000 people at almost 3,000 sites in over 50 countries. Heidelberg Materials is one of the world's largest integrated manufacturers of building materials and solutions with leading positions in cement, aggregates, and ready-mixed concrete. About the Role: The HR Workday HCM Specialist is responsible for assessing the HR needs of the organization, designing, developing, and integrating HCM software solutions using the Workday platform. They collaborate with stakeholders to ensure effective implementation and troubleshoot any issues that arise. Critical to role will be your ability to conduct change management project management broad bases of users. Key Responsibilities: Requirements Assessment: Understand the unique HR requirements of the organisation / Collaborate with HR teams and business leaders to gather functional specifications. Solution Design and Development: Design and configure Workday HCM modules (such as Core HCM, Performance, Compensation, Benefits, Talent, Learning etc.) / Develop custom reports, dashboards, and integrations to meet specific business needs / Ensure compliance with data privacy regulations. Implementation and Testing: Implement new features and enhancements within the Workday platform / Conduct thorough testing to validate system functionality / Troubleshoot and resolve any issues during implementation. User Training and Support: Train HR users on Workday functionality and best practices / Provide ongoing support to address user inquiries and resolve system-related issues. Continuous Improvement: Stay informed about Workday updates and new features / Identify opportunities for process improvement and system optimization. Background and Experience required: Workday experience. Strong understanding of HR processes and best practices. Experience with Workday configuration, reporting, and integrations. Demonstrated Change Management, Testing and Training experience. Demonstrated ability to meet objectives within time constraints and conflicting demands. Demonstrated ability to work autonomously as well as part of the HR team. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders of all levels. Well-developed organisational skills, including strong attention to detail and the ability to prioritise and control own workload. Our Benefits At Hanson Australia, we understand that your well-being and professional growth are essential. That's why we offer a comprehensive range of employee benefits to enhance your work-life balance, personal development, and financial savings. Salary Sacrifice: Take control of your finances by saving on, technology, and work-related items through our salary sacrifice program. Learning and Development: Fuel your career ambitions with our extensive learning and development opportunities, enabling you to unlock your full potential. Paid Parental and Grandparent Leave: We support your family life with generous paid leave options, helping you cherish those precious moments with loved ones. Discounted Concrete & Quarry Products: Save on your home improvement projects with exclusive discounts on concrete and quarry products. Novated Leasing: Drive your dream car for less through our partnership with TFM, offering fantastic discounts on vehicles. Health and Well-being: Prioritise your health with discounted health insurance, access to retail outlets, and affordable gym memberships. Car Hire Discounts: Enjoy savings on car rentals through our exclusive car hire discounts. Electronics: Enjoy a 10% discount on a variety of products from JB HiFi. Hanson Australia is an equal opportunity employer, and we welcome people from all walks of life. We encourage applications from Indigenous Australians, people with disability, those from diverse cultural backgrounds, and the LGBTQI community. We'll Make It Happen • Mon, 27 MayHanson Australia
HR Business Partner » Adelaide, SA - development and other specialist policies and programs. Our HR Business Partners are the strategic liaison between HR and the... Contract Eligibility: Open to Everyone Ready to lead strategic HR and people-centred initiatives and partner with executive... • Mon, 27 MayGovernment of South Australia$97022 - 102626 per year
HR Operations Specialist (Blockchain) » Australia - Seeking a HR Operations Specialist (Blockchain) to work fully remote Company: This client is one of the largest blockchain development companies in the world building out household name applications across finance, DeFi, NFT’s and general Blockchain SaaS solutions. Most of their employees operate fully remotely and we are looking for staff across a number of disciplines with this top tier client. Responsibilities: Coordinating meetings and interviews through our recruitment system (Greenhouse) and Google Calendar, ensuring that invitations, supporting documentation and required resources are sent out. Building and maintaining relationships with internal and external stakeholders Delivering a fantastic recruitment experience for all candidates Coordinating candidate travel when necessary and process related expenses Helping to process offers and assist with onboarding new joiners Carrying out reference/background checks Supporting teams with recruitment projects as required, such as preparing candidate packs and associated materials for recruitment events Creating and posting jobs on internal and external job boards Updating and maintaining the Applicant Tracking System (Greenhouse) Running standard reports from the recruitment system to ensure an effective flow of management information to internal stakeholders Arranging meetings/calls between the recruitment team and internal and external stakeholders Exercising judgement and escalating queries where appropriate Acting as an efficient ambassador for the Recruitment team at all times Pro-actively contributing to initiatives and/or projects across all teams as required Requirements: Extremely proficient with using Greenhouse (at least 1 year of continuous usage) You're a natural people-person, and you're great at building relationships with internal and external stakeholders You're a self-starter who is comfortable getting on with tasks autonomously You possess outstanding organisational and time management skills, with an ability to prioritise and manage multiple projects and tasks simultaneously You have experience of regularly arranging an average of at least 10-20 interviews per week You have experience of comfortably tracking at least 40 concurrent interviews at any one time You are resilient and flexible, with a positive outlook (we're a cheerful bunch here) You have excellent communication skills (verbal and written), with an eye for detail You exercise a high level of professional judgement and maintain a high level of confidentiality at all times You're already comfortable using ATS systems, Word, Excel, calendar and email systems (experience using Google Calendar/G-Suite would be advantageous) Remuneration and benefits: Better than market rate with equity plan Make sure to follow us here to get our most live jobs https://www.linkedin.com/company/cryptorecruit Cryptorecruit is the world’s leading specialist recruiter for the blockchain/cryptocurrency industry. We recruit positions from CEO, CTO, Project Managers, Solidity Developers, Frontend and Backend Blockchain Developers to Marketing/Sales and Customer Service roles. Please browse our website and at www.cryptorecruit.com to search all our job vacancies. • Mon, 27 MayCrypto Recruit
HR Generalist » Port Melbourne, Port Phillip - Come join our leading Global Supply Chain and Logistics company We are excited by this opportunity for a new HR generalist to join the HR team at C.H. Robinson. We are looking for an experienced generalist/Advisor that enjoys working closely with the business to generate positive outcomes and engagement, whilst growing and developing their own career. We offer hybrid working arrangements with 2 days per week from home. The duties and responsibilities of this position consists of, but are not limited to, the following: - Partners with Talent Acquisition and supports the recruitment, interview process, and hiring of qualified and diverse job applicants for open; collaborates with hiring managers to understand skills and competencies required - Conducts investigations related to employee complaints, collaborating with HR Leadership and/or Employee Relations on complex and/or serious allegations - Performs duties required to manage and execute human resource core processes and programs including but not limited to; benefits, leave of absences, disciplinary matters, performance and talent management, recognition, engagement, safety compliance, HRIS accuracy and unemployment - Conducts new hire and benefits orientations and manages employee recognition programs - Provides basic consultation to people leaders related to employee and contingent associate issues - Handles employment-related inquiries from applicants, employees, and supervisors, referring complex and/or sensitive matters to the appropriate staff - Maintains compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations and recommended best practices; reviews policies and practices to ensure compliance - Maintains knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law - Contribute to the delivery of HR project initiatives particularly in the areas of recruitment, building leadership capability, engagement and diversity & inclusion - Other duties or responsibilities as assigned according to the team and/or country specific requirements QUALIFICATIONS Required: - Tertiary qualification in Human Resources, Commerce/Business or related field - Minimum 2 years of human resource generalist, human resource specialist, HR business partner, or related HR experience - Ability to work to a variety of business needs Preferred: - Excellent verbal and written communication skills - Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills - Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail - Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines - Strong analytical and problem-solving skills - Ability to prioritize tasks - Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality - Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations - Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite of programs - Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization's HRIS and talent management systems (Workday) To learn more about life at C.H. Robinson, check out our page https://jobs.chrobinson.com/culture Disclaimer: - This job description is intended to generally describe the nature and level of work to be performed by employees in this position. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and skills required of employees performing this role. Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer - C.H. Robinson is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We believe in equality for all and celebrate the diversity of our employees, customers, and communities. We believe this increases creativity and innovation, drives business growth, and enables engaged and thriving teams. We're committed to providing an inclusive environment, free from harassment and discrimination, where all employees feel welcomed, valued, and respected. LI-Hybrid Benefits At C.H. Robinson Oceania, we are a proud Equal Opportunity employer offering flexible work to support a work/life balance along with offering a broad range of career development opportunities. We have an experienced and passionate team who work collaboratively to deliver smarter solutions for our clients. Employees have access to our well regarded, confidential Employee Assistance Program. Our Robinson Cares program allows our employees to give back to the community. Why Do You Belong at C.H. Robinson? C.H. Robinson solves logistics problems for companies across the globe and across industries, from the simple to the most complex. With $22 billion in freight under management and 19 million shipments annually, we are one of the world's largest logistics platforms and rank in the FORTUNE 200. We've been an innovator in logistics for over 100 years. Our global suite of services accelerates trade to seamlessly deliver the products and goods that drive the world's economy. With the combination of our multimodal transportation management system and expertise, we use our information advantage to deliver smarter solutions for more than 90,000 customers and 450,000 contract carriers on our platform. Our technology is built by and for supply chain experts to bring faster, more meaningful improvements to our customers' businesses. As a responsible global citizen, we contribute millions of dollars to support causes that matter to us and our people. FORTUNE has named C.H. Robinson one of the World's Most Admired Companies 2024, showcasing our position as a leader in our industry. Our commitment to excellence is further affirmed by being named a Great Place to Work 2023-24 by the Great Place to Work Institute, one of Forbes' Best Employers for Diversity and one of America's Greatest Workplaces in 2023 by Newsweek. Join us as we collaborate, innovate, and work as one global team to make life better and more sustainable for our customers, communities, and world. For more information, visit us at www.chrobinson.com . • Sun, 26 MayC.H. Robinson
employee relations specialist » Macquarie Park, NSW - Holistically a minimum of 5-6 years in HR ideally whether as a HR Generalist and/or ER Specialist Tertiary and/or higher education... Specialist, Workplace Relations Specialist, HR Advisor, Senior HR Advisor, HRBP, HR Business Partner, Industrial Relations... • Sat, 25 MayHR Partners
HR Generalist » Port Melbourne, VIC - specialist, HR business partner, or related HR experience Ability to work to a variety of business needs Preferred...Come join our leading Global Supply Chain and Logistics company! We are excited by this opportunity for a new HR... • Sat, 25 MayC.H. Robinson
Human Resources Business Partner - Corporate Portfolio - 12mth Contract » Macquarie Park, Ryde Area - Job Description HR Business Partner - Corporate Portfolio – 12mth Contract Based at Macquarie Park, short walk from Metro Station WFH options 7 additional days off per year NFP Salary Packaging Be part of a large, collaborative & supportive HR Team Partner with Corporate Services Office - Immediate Start Exciting things are happening at Catholic Healthcare This year we’ll celebrate 30 years in care, we now have 5000 employees and a 12mth parental leave contract for a diligent and professional HR Business Partner with Corporate Support Services experience. This is an exciting opportunity to make a significant impact on our organisations growth and development by partnering with the Senior Leadership and their teams to support achievement of the organisations objectives. Our HR team of 63 talented professionals includes payroll, HR Business Partners and 3 other specialist HR teams (centralised recruitment, HSW & L&D) who work collaboratively with the HRBP’s to support success. Aged Care is a growth industry, it’s not for the faint hearted, it’s fast paced and challenging but equally rewarding. Recognised as an SME you will provide expert advice, solutions, coaching and support on the full range of generalist people matters in support of our strategic people needs and goals. Your ability to engage, influence and coach, together with your proactive approach, flexibility to adapt to workforce changes and business needs, will aid your success in this integral role. Your main responsibilities include: Managing strong client partnering relationships with senior executives and their managers, in the Corporate portfolio, providing advice, hands on support and solutions on all HR-related matter Providing support and expert advice, ensuring up to date Position Profiles, remuneration data aligned with organisational objectives Providing specialist advice in the management and resolution of employee relations and performance matters Coaching leaders in HR strategies and processes for effective people management including employee engagement, employee development and succession planning. Collaborating with HR colleagues to ensure consistent implementation of HR policies, procedures, and programs Proactively analysing and reporting on people metrics, identifying trends and make data driven recommendations The successful candidate will be a highly motivated, agile and organised individual who has exceptional strategic and operational human resources skills and ability, in addition to the following: Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related field Significant experience in HR Business Partnering within a fast-paced industry such as Aged Care, Health Care, FMCG or related 24/7 operational type environments Demonstrated experience partnering with leaders in a Corporate portfolio, across all aspects of the employee lifecycle Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to influence and build strong relationships at all levels of the organisation Advanced coaching and facilitation skills influencing skills Extensive knowledge of HR practices, employment legislation and regulations Strong analytical skills, with the ability to interpret HR data and make informed decisions Catholic Healthcare is a leading not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, home and community services and retirement living across NSW and SE QLD. Together, our team of more than 5,000 people are dedicated to our Mission to promote the dignity, life and spirituality of older people through connected and inclusive communities. Our values of compassion, courage & integrity are at the heart of everything we do. If you’re looking for a role where you can make a positive & rewarding impact in a great organisation like ours, then we’d love to hear from you. Apply online now. Please note that pre-employment checks (including police) will be completed for all preferred candidates before an offer is made. Hello Recruitment Agencies, thanks for thinking of us. Right now, we’re looking to fill this opportunity directly so if we do need your assistance we’ll be in touch. • Sat, 25 MayCatholic Healthcare
Talent Support Specialist (HR) » Sydney, NSW - at Sydney Galleria. As a Talent Support Specialist, you will join the team on a permanent, full-time basis and provide HR...What you'll be doing? DFS is seeking an energetic and collaborative Talent Support Specialist to join the team... • Fri, 24 MayDFS Group
HR Advisor » Australia - Human Resources $88k - $94k 17% super Broaden your career within one of QLD's largest employers Join an employer of choice with WFH, 17% super, career development within in a thriving HR team more Based at our vibrant St Lucia campus About UQ As part of the UQ community, you'll have the opportunity to work alongside the brightest minds, who have joined us from all over the world. Everyone here has a role to play. As a member of our professional staff cohort, you will be actively involved in working towards our vision of a better world. By supporting the academic endeavour across teaching, research, and the student life, you'll have the opportunity to contribute to activities that have a lasting impact on our community. Join a community where excellence is at the core of our culture, contributions are valued and a range of benefits and rewards are available, such as: 26 weeks paid parental leave or 14 weeks paid primary caregiver leave 17% superannuation contributions 17.5% annual leave loading Access to flexible working arrangements including hybrid on site/WFH options and flexible start/finish times Health and wellness discounts - fitness passport access, free yearly flu vaccinations, discounted health insurance, and access to our Employee Assistance Program for staff and their immediate family Salary packaging options About This Opportunity Locally known as Advisor, HR Client Partnering, these roles provide HR advice to meet the operational and service delivery needs of a defined client group. You are the primary contact for the day-to-day delivery of clear and accurate advice and support to staff and their supervisors. We support UQ staff and leaders through the foundations of the employment experience and provide high-quality human resource management guidance and expertise, through policy development, constructive advice, and administrative services. You will belong to a Human Resources function over 185 people strong. Our strengths come from our diversity, culture and professional knowledge across varying backgrounds and industries, culminating in the support of one of Queensland's largest employer organisations. Key responsibilities will include: Manage the delivery of clear, accurate, timely and responsive HR advice and refer clients to relevant sources of additional information. Support the ongoing operational needs of clients and contribute to the implementation of HR initiatives and projects aligned to plans, business unit objectives and the UQ HR strategy. Act as a trusted specialist advisor, providing comprehensive technical guidance and policy advice on wide range of HR matters, including (but not limited) workforce planning and recruitment, performance management, staff grievances, case management, and diversity and inclusion,. Support and contribute to the ongoing development of HR knowledge portals; user guides; user education and ongoing process improvement. Build and maintain working relationships with key stakeholders and collaborate with your colleagues to facilitate a seamless interface with other areas of the broader HR team. This is a full time, fixed-term opportunity for up to 18 months. At HEW level 6, the full-time equivalent base salary will be in the range $88,099 - $94,512 plus a generous super allowance of 17%. The total FTE package will be up to $103,076 - $110,579 annually. About You Degree qualifications in HR, Business or a related field with subsequent relevant experience in HR, management and/or equivalent combination of relevant training and professional experience. Experience providing end-to-end HR policy advice and administration support across a range of HR processes including recruitment, performance management and policy advice. Ability to problem-solve and exercise good judgement to analyse, manage and resolve a diverse range of sensitive HR issues. Strong communication, negotiation and influencing skills to support delivery of HR policy advice and the implementation of key HR and change initiatives. Experience working in professional advisory and/or service delivery functions in complex stakeholder and policy environments. A high degree of self-motivation and the ability to work independently in a diverse and complex organisation. In addition, the following mandatory requirements apply: Work Rights: You must have unrestricted work rights in Australia for the duration of this appointment to apply. Visa sponsorship is not available for this appointment. Background Checks: All final applicants for this position may be asked to consent to a criminal record check. Please note that people with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position. Each application will be considered on its merits. Questions? For more information about this opportunity, please contact Carley Meehan, Manager, HR Client Partnering at c.meehanuq.edu.au. For application queries, please contact recruitmentuq.edu.au stating the job reference number (below) in the subject line. Want to Apply? All applicants must upload the following documents in order for your application to be considered: Cover letter addressing the 'about you' section. Resume Applications will be reviewed as received. Candidates may be interviewed prior to the job closing date. We encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible as The University of Queensland reserves the right to close this application process early. Please note that you will be asked to add all documents into the one upload box labelled 'resume', which is step one of the application form. Other Information At UQ we know that our greatest strengths come from our diverse mix of colleagues, this is reflected in our ongoing commitment to creating an environment focused on equity, diversity and inclusion. We ensure that we are always attracting, retaining and promoting colleagues who are representative of the diversity in the broader community, whether that be gender identity, LGBTQIA, cultural and/or linguistic, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, or people with a disability. Accessibility requirements and/or adjustments can be directed to talentuq.edu.au. If you are a current employee (including casual staff and HDR scholars) or hold an unpaid/affiliate appointment, please login to your staff Workday account and visit the internal careers board to apply for this opportunity. Please do NOT apply via the external job board. Applications close Tuesday 4 June at 11.00pm AEST (Job Reference Number - R-36608). Please note that applications will be reviewed as received and an offer may be made prior to the closing date. We therefore we encourage you to submit your interest as soon as possible. • Fri, 24 MayThe University of Queensland
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Manager, PPI Business System » Scoresby, Knox Area - Job Description At Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 100,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission-enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. When you're part of the team you'll do important work. Surrounded by collaborative colleagues, you'll have the support and opportunities that only a global leader can give you. Our respected, growing organization has an exceptional strategy for the near term and beyond. Take your place on our strong team, and help us make significant contributions to the world. Job Title: Practical Process Improvement Leader, ANZ Reports to: ANZ Operations Director; matrix to PPI Director APJ Group / Division: Supply Chain ANZ Career Band: 7 Job Family: Number of Direct Reports: 1- 2 Position Summary: Working across the whole of the ANZ commercial business, you will partner with Supply Chain, Customer Care, Service, Sales, Finance, Marketing, IT, HR, Safety, Quality and Regulatory to deploy the PPI Management System. At Thermo Fisher this is our way of working globally. PPI is about logical simplicity where every step forward is a step for improvement and is built on four main pillars: people, process, leadership and technology. Key Responsibilities: - You will own the process for Strategy Deployment with local functional leaders, to ensure connectivity to our ANZ Strategic Plan, and effective execution. When we are off-track you will help us get back on through effective problem solving. Functional leaders will own the strategic initiatives and drive them, engaging your skills when required. - You will work with colleagues to build our capability using a variety of PPI Business System tools including our global and regional training programs, our global 8-Step Problem Solving and Lean Six Sigma Method, Project Management or other continuous improvement methods. You will build a cohort of PPI experts that we call Master Mentors and Power Users , who can work with Process Owners on improvement opportunities. Globally we adopt PDSA - Plan, Do, Study, Act - but regionally we need your help to get us to brilliance As we build our capabilities you will be there with our wider team helping them to apply what they have learned. - We strive to role model Lean Leadership at every level - using visual management, daily accountability, gemba walks and leader standard work. Building this up again in the new flexible work environment we now live in will need your vision and adaptability; as well as engaging and consistent communication with your colleagues. It will be key to your role to be able to influence the attitudes of our people to drive and sustain a cultural shift. - As owner of the PPI Project Funne l_ you will help us prioritise initiatives based on impact and ease of implementation, and also oversee how they are progressing from planning to implementation. You will also coordinate the _Steering Committee of senior leaders who will review and choose the priority projects, balancing the needs across customers, finances, people and quality (CFPQ). - You will build the continuous improvement mindset and behaviour across the various functions - each of which are starting with different levels of PPI maturity. Your approach with the standard implementation framework and other methods will vary to degree, but aim towards a common goal of excellence for ANZ. - You will personally lead 2-3 significant PPI projects throughout a year, role modelling just how well it can be done, and having a positive impact on our results - In addition to your PPI remit you will also oversee on behalf of ANZ a program of work to improve our Business Process Maturity (BPM); and our Data, Analytics and Process Automation (DAPA). We have a long way to go on this so a stready path of continuous improvement is needed. - Along the way you will be supported and partner with the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) PPI team to learn, collaborate and share progress. - As a great fit to our business your core values will be also be ours - we call ours the 4i Values - Integrity, Intensity, Innovation and Involvement. Frequent Contacts: Internal - ANZ Senior Leadership - Operations - Customer Care - Service Operations & Engineers - Product Managers - Sales Specialists - Finance - HR - IT - Safety - Quality - Regulatory External - Regional PPI team - Customers, as needed Minimum Requirements/Qualifications: Education - University degree or equivalent, an advanced degree is advantageous Experience - 10 years of relevant professional experience leading improvements, ideally including in a sales/distribution business model - Experience in working in a global and matrix organisation where competing needs are a reality - 5 years managerial experience, including proven critical thinking, influencing skills, resilience and organizational change - Demonstrated use of project management (light) methods to ensure controlled outcomes. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities - Lean certification is essential; Six Sigma certification up to Black-belt would be helpful - Resourcefulness and tenacity to take what we have and improve upon it - Pragmatic, able to focus on sphere of control - Innovative and able to develop and deploy Continuous Improvement programs to drive impactful results for the team - ad partnering well with stakeholders at manay levels - Medium Microsoft Office skills - with focus on PowerPoint, Excel, Project and Planner. It would be favourable to also have level of Power BI and Power Automate also. Other Job Requirements: - Adhere to OHS policies and procedures and ensure a safe and healthy workplace environment Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status. Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status. • Mon, 20 MayThermoFisher Scientific
HR Generalist » Sydney, NSW - About the Company A global air & gas engineering and manufacturing firm is recruiting for an experienced HR... Role This a broad generalist HR role providing guidance and coaching on the fill employee lifecycle including... • Sat, 18 MayFrazer Jones$170000 - 180000 per year
Payroll Specialist (Accounting/HR) » Kensington, Melbourne - If you are an experienced Payroll Specialist who is ready to step into a stand alone role where your expertise, knowledge and good humour will be valued and recognised,come and talk to us at Proquip About Proquip: Proquip is a leading provider of earthmoving hire solutions, with equipment deployed across Victoria and Western Australia We pride ourselves on our commitment to excellence, customer centric work ethic and maintaining the highest standards in equipment maintenance for our late model fleet. We are a family owned and operated business where our people are at the heart of everything we do and we live our values every day. Have Fun Be Humble Move Fast Show Respect Own It Be Positive Our Team enjoy the benefits of working in an empowering environment, being part of a family owned business where our people matter, being supported by experienced managers, and working with motivated colleagues where having fun and looking after each other at work is important. About You: You are experienced, capable and thorough in your work. You derive extreme satisfaction from getting things done and getting them done right and you love to have fun at work. You have the highest levels of integrity, confidentiality and accuracy and you achieve results by actively engaging with and educating your customers and peers. You are approachable and friendly while being a subject matter expert in your field. You can be relied upon to make the right call every time and you seek answers when needed. Representing a business which is on the grow, you can find the efficiencies and processes that will provide a growing workforce with timely, accurate and friendly payroll services across Proquips' operational areas. About the job Our Payroll Specialist will take responsibility for a weekly payroll for approximately 100 employees based across Victoria, NSW and Perth in a critical role which is moving from an outsourced functionality to in-house servicing. The Payroll Specialist will be responsible for accurately and efficiently processing payroll for our employees, ensuring compliance with all relevant regulations and company policies You will bring: Excellent organizational skills, A can- do attitude Extensive end-to-end payroll experience (minimum 3 years) Payroll and HRIS system experience (Employment Hero, Employment Hero Payroll (Keypay) and SWAG desirable) Experience in using Accounting Software (desirable) Experience in interpreting and processing multiple industrial pay conditions. Exceptional attention to detail Ability to interpret relevant legislation, awards and compliance requirements. Sound judgement and decision-making. Ability to adapt and contribute to a changing environment. Intermediate to Advanced Excel Skills Intermediate to advanced data management skills Capability to think independently, suggest improvements, analyse and interpret payroll and HR data, identify and mitigate risk and to advocate change when necessary The ability to manage all payroll-related processes end-to-end, working closely with the HR & Finance teams as required. What's in it for you? A great team with a no-nonsense, value based organisation that lives their values every day Flexible working conditions based around the goals of the business The support of a strong Finance and HR Team (of which you will be a critical part) Autonomy in your role The satisfaction of being truly respected for your expertise and contribution Great remuneration Keen to know more? Apply now or contact Proquip via hrpqrs,com.au for a full PD and confidential discussion. • Sat, 18 MayProquip Rental & Sales
HR Consultant (Part-Time) » Bella Vista, NSW - About the Company A global air & gas engineering and manufacturing firm is recruiting for an experienced HR... Role This a broad generalist HR role providing guidance and coaching on the fill employee lifecycle including... • Fri, 17 MayFrazer Jones$170000 - 180000 per year
Port Manager(s) East Coast » North Mackay, Mackay - Job Description As Port Manager you will play a crucial role in ensuring the delivery of exceptional services to the clients in a cost-effective and safe manner. The Port Manager Townsville and Mackay has responsibility for the day-to-day management of 4 tugs and two pilot vessels, as well as their operating crews. As a Port Manger of Cairns you will be responsible for the emergency towage capability vessel. This is a Cairns-based vessel, replacing the Coral Knight, which provides emergency towage capability and supports aids to navigation in the Northern Great Barrier Reef area. The Port Manager will manage internal and external stakeholders, including regulatory authorities and customers. P&L management is crucial for success in the role. Reporting directly to the Regional Managing Director, this position offers a unique opportunity to make a significant impact and drive Smit Lamnalco’s success. The role is assisted by a dedicated Technical Superintendent who is based in Townsville. Support is provided to the role by regional functional specialists covering finance, SHEQ, HR/IR, fleet operations and commercial. Responsibilities that await you: • Safety First: Lead the charge in maintaining a safe, secure, and professional work environment, ensuring day-to-day operations are executed seamlessly. • Team Leadership: Inspire, develop, and motivate the staff and crew assigned to the contract. Your leadership will drive their success and contribute to a positive work culture. • Operational Excellence: Manage our assets and crew to ensure maximum utilisation of our vessels. Monitor and report on the financial and operational performance of the contract, ensuring timely payments from clients. Manage crew policies and procedures, while controlling budgets and ensuring compliance with local regulations. • Financial Mastery: Take charge of financial performance, aligning it with budgets and company objectives. • Client Satisfaction: Build strong relationships with clients and manage their expectations. Identify opportunities to enhance the current contract and maximise revenue potential. • Fri, 17 MaySmit Lamnalco
HR Services Specialist » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About the role As an HR Services Specialist, you'll be the backbone of our HR operations, reporting directly to the HR Assist Team Manager - Global. Your mission: to deliver top-notch HR services that empower our HR community and drive TWE's strategic goals. Execute HR transactional services with precision, including contract and letter generation, adhering to HR Services SOPs and relevant IR frameworks. Serve as a go-to expert on employment contracts for HR Business Partners, providing prompt and accurate advice and escalating queries when needed. Contribute to organisational HR initiatives, from remuneration reviews to performance management, under the guidance of the Team Leader. Respond promptly and accurately to customer inquiries, ensuring compliance with policies, procedures, and legislative requirements. Drive continuous improvement in HR services processes, championing quality, accuracy, and timeliness. About you We are seeking a proactive and detail-oriented professional with HR coordination experience in a mid/large-sized business who thrives in a bustling, global environment and is ready to join forces with our tight-knit team. A solid understanding of HR processes and policies Proven ability to meet transactional deadlines accurately Demonstrated ability to manage customer issues to resolution Skilled at handling confidential sensitive information with the highest level of professionalism Excellent written and verbal communication skills Proficiency in Microsoft Office, especially Excel. What's in it for you AFR Boss Best Places to Work Top 10 Manufacturing and Consumer 2023 Access to the world's most admired wines through our employee product allowance Flexible/hybrid environment to empower you to be your best Global opportunities across Australia & New Zealand, the US, Asia, UK/Europe Opportunity to build a career across multiple functions (we're really good at doing this) Structured development programs to support your health, wellbeing and career "TWEforME Day" - an additional day of leave each year, for you to do you Meeting-free Monday mornings (we all love this) What's it like to work here? We bring our whole selves, we're courageous and we deliver together - that's our DNA. We're a passionate bunch who enjoy working together, like to have fun and keep things down-to-earth. We're brave enough and care enough to have the right conversations to get the best outcome and are famous for our can-do attitude. We're definitely "glass half full" people and see challenges as opportunities and move with pace to achieve our goals. If you're ready to help us be the world's most admired premium wine company, please apply now It takes all varietals Just like the wide range and variety of brands in our wine portfolio, TWE embraces diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin or on the basis of disability. If you require any assistance to be included in our process, please contact recruitmenttweglobal.com, quoting the job title and reference number. How to apply We move quickly at TWE and continually review applications, so if you don't want to miss out, apply today. Please note that cover letters are not required (we really mean this) All applicants will receive an email to invite them to complete online assessments that will cover three areas: personality profile, cultural fit and a cognitive assessment. The assessments should take around 30 minutes in total and you will be able to download a report at the end of it. We will then be in touch ASAP to update you on how your application is progressing. We ask you to try to complete the assessments ASAP - ideally within 24 to 48 hours. Note that we prefer to deal with you directly; we haven't briefed a recruitment agency on this role and won't be accepting CVs through any recruitment agency, so please apply directly. • Fri, 17 MayTreasury Wine Estates
Facilities Maintenance Specialist - Advanced » Australia - Position Summary This position is responsible for inspection and analysis of equipment, diagnosing malfunctions, and the maintenance and repair of mechanical and electrical equipment and systems. This includes systems such as: electrical, heating, ventilation, refrigeration, plumbing, locks and security doors, fire control, and fuel storage and delivery. This position is also responsible maintenance on vehicles, motors, kitchen appliances, motorized equipment, and for the operation of electrical and mechanical equipment such as welding torches, lifts, and generators. This position also operates groundskeeping equipment such as plow trucks, snow blowers, and mowers. This position uses blue prints and schematics and makes repairs to the facility's structure and fixtures. This position provides supervision and training of inmates in mechanical maintenance and repair work assignments and maintains security in the work environment. This position keeps maintenance records and researches needed parts and equipment for repairs or improvements and submits selections for purchase. Salary Information This position is in pay schedule and range 03-13 with a starting pay of $22.78/hour. Pay will be set in accordance with the Compensation Plan and Wisconsin Administrative Code in effect at the time of hire. This position is FLSA Non-Exempt. A twelve-month probationary period is required. Remote work options not available for these positions. Job Details The State of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce. Please find more on the Department of Corrections' Equity and Inclusion initiative. Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States (i.e. a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, or an alien authorized to work in the U.S. without DOC sponsorship) at the time of application. The Department of Corrections will conduct criminal background checks on applicants prior to selection. Upon hire, all new DOC employees are subject to fingerprinting. The Department of Corrections may conduct pre-employment drug screens. Any applicant who is offered employment in a position which requires a pre-employment drug screen must pass the screen as a contingency of employment. For more in-depth information on employment with the State of Wisconsin, please see the State Employee Handbook. Qualifications SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Applicants must possess a valid driver's license and may be required to meet State of Wisconsin fleet requirements. Employees will be required to maintain a valid driver's license and eligibility to drive a fleet vehicle. This position requires the physical ability to perform manual labor, to climb, bend, crawl and lift and will sometimes work in cold, hot, or dusty environments. Minimally qualified applicants will have: Experience or training in construction or repair of structures (such as using wood, steel, or other metals to make structural repairs to buildings or experience making repairs to building fixtures and furniture, etc.) Experience or training in general maintenance and repairs (in areas such as: plumbing, HVAC, electrical work, vehicles, motors, kitchen appliances, motorized equipment, welding, lifts, and generators, etc.) Experience operating powered grounds maintenance equipment (such as plow trucks, snow blowers, lawn mowers, slid steers, lifts, utility vehicles etc.) How To Apply This position requires submission of a resume and letter of qualifications which should detail your training and experience as it specifically relates to the qualifications section of the job posting. Your letter of qualifications and resume will be evaluated and this evaluation is considered the assessment for this position. Your resume and letter of qualifications are limited to a maximum of 2 pages each. Wisc.Jobs has extra guidance for your application materials, including a template for the letter of qualifications, here. The Department of Corrections has a similar resource here. To apply: Click on "Apply for Job" to start the application process. Follow the steps outlined in the application process to submit your application. Submitted materials will be evaluated by a panel of job experts and qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process. Current State of Wisconsin (non-UW) Employees: If you arrived at this posting through the Wisc.Jobs site, you will need to go to your Employee Self Services portal and apply through the "Careers" tile on the front page. Do not create an external account. Questions can be directed to Athena Foster, HR Specialist - Senior, at Athena.Fosterwisconsin.gov. Please select all locations you are willing to consider when submitting your application. If you are found eligible and your situation later changes, contact the HR staff above to request an update to your potential work locations. Recruiting Locations with Facilities Maintenance - Advanced Positions (See Above for Vacancies): Black River Correctional Center (Black River Falls, Jackson County) Chippewa Valley Correctional Treatment Facility (Chippewa Falls, Chippewa County) Columbia Correctional Institution (Portage, Columbia County) Dodge Correctional Institution (Waupun, Dodge County) Drug Abuse Correctional Center (Winnebago, Winnebago County) Felmers O. Chaney Correctional Center (Milwaukee, Milwaukee County) Flambeau Correctional Center (Hawkins, Sawyer County) Fox Lake Correctional Institution (Fox Lake, Dodge County) Gordon Correctional Center (Gordon, Douglas County) Green Bay Correctional Institution (Green Bay, Brown County) Green Bay Correctional Institution (Green Bay, Brown County) Jackson Correctional Institution (Black River Falls, Jackson County) John C. Burke Correctional Center (Waupun, Dodge County) Kenosha Correctional Center (Kenosha, Kenosha County) Kettle Moraine Correctional Institution (Plymouth, Sheboygan County) Lincoln Hills & Copper Lakes Schools (Irma, Lincoln County) Marshall E. Sherrer Correctional Center (Milwaukee, Milwaukee County) McNaughton Correctional Center (Lake Tomahawk, Oneida County) Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility (Milwaukee, Milwaukee County) Milwaukee Womens Correctional Center (Milwaukee, Milwaukee County) New Lisbon Correctional Institution (New Lisbon, Juneau County) Oregon Correctional Center (Oregon, Dane County) Oregon Correctional Institution (Oregon, Dane County) Oshkosh Correctional Institution (Oshkosh, Winnebago County) Prairie du Chien Correctional Institution (Prairie du Chien, Crawford County) Racine Correctional Institution (Sturtevant, Racine County) Racine Youthful Offender Correctional Facility (Racine, Racine County) Redgranite Correctional Institution (Redgranite, Waushara County) Robert E. Ellsworth Correctional Center (Union Grove, Racine County) Sanger B. Powers Correctional Center (Oneida, Outagamie County) St. Croix Correctional Center (New Richmond, St. Croix County) Stanley Correctional Institution (Stanley, Chippewa County) Taycheedah Correctional Institution (Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County) Thompson Correctional Center (Deerfield, Dane County) Waupun Correctional Institution (Waupun, Dodge County) Wisconsin Secure Program Facility (Boscobel, Grant County) Deadline to Apply Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the needs of the department are met. This posting will be up until: Wednesday November 13th, 2024. At that time, we anticipate creating a new job opening to continue recruiting for this classification, and individuals will need to reapply to be considered. Applications are processed every week, usually on Thursdays. After your application is processed, you will receive an eligibility designation. If you are found eligible, then your name will be placed on a register and you will be eligible to be contacted about vacancies as they occur based on matching the locations you selected. If you are found ineligible, you will need to wait until a new Job Opening is posted to reapply. The new Job Opening will be a different Job Opening number. Individuals whose responses or materials were assessed for this opening cannot withdraw and reapply to this job opening. If you have technical difficulties applying, Wisc.Jobs help is available Monday-Friday, 7:45am - 4:30pm - 608-267-1012 or wiscjobswisconsin.gov For general wisc.jobs user information and technical assistance, please see the wisc.jobs Commonly Asked Questions page. Some users report better performance when using the Chrome browser. • Fri, 17 MayState of Wisconsin
hr business partner » Beenleigh, QLD - . Their workforce is diverse, ranging from customer service professionals through to specialist engineers, corporate functions..., operators, drivers and technical staff. They are undergoing significant transformation and are looking to appoint a HR Business... • Tue, 14 MayHR Partners
hr specialist » Fitzroy, VIC - HR Partners by Randstad is currently recruiting for an exciting opportunity as a HR Specialist to join our client in... shape the HR function in the key areas of Strategic planning, Talent Acquisition and Retention, Employee Relations... • Sat, 11 MayHR Partners
HR Business Partner » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Are you a commercially-minded HR specialist seeking your next opportunity with a really NICE TEAM? Read on Your Organisation Our client are part of a global organisation providing technical and high risk services to the mining industry worldwide. The Australian division consists of a genuine, pragmatic culture where friendliness, commercial acumen and maturity are at the forefront of their daily operations. Your Role Reporting to the Head of HR, this is a broad role encompassing lots of variety across operational generalist HR activities, including: Providing advice and managing employee relations and disciplinary matters, performance management and grievances; Project managing HR projects and rolling out HR communications and initiatives, including employee benefits, talent mapping, succession planning, performance management, recognition and engagement surveys; Providing coaching and advice as well as developing, reviewing and implementing HR policies and procedures in line with employment legislation; Developing and maintaining strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders in providing efficient and streamlined HR support and advice. This is a diverse operational role where you will enjoy autonomy in undertaking your day-to-day whilst also collaborating closely with your manager and HR team on various HR initiatives. About You You will be an experienced Senior HR Advisor or BP able to hit the ground running with all areas of operational HR, general employee relations knowledge and be comfortable running investigations and performance management processes. Tertiary qualified in HR, Business or another related discipline, you will be looking for an opportunity where you can truly contribute your value to a business as an HR professional and not be afraid to challenge the status quo. Some travel may be required if conducting onsite ER/performance management processes to various locations around Australia and this role will require a full security clearance, police check and pre-employment medical. You will be required to demonstrate proof of permanent working rights in Australia to be considered for this opportunity. Apply Now Please send your resume by clicking on the apply button. Learn more about Woodforde Group and how we can help you: https://woodfordegroup.com.au/ At Woodforde Group we support and celebrate diversity and do not discriminate. We are for all people, regardless of difference, and know that the more inclusive we are the stronger our work culture and the better our service delivery will be. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, experience, merit and business needs. We encourage people of all ages, backgrounds, orientations and walks of life to apply and feel comfortable in their own skin. • Sat, 11 MayWoodforde Group
HR Water Cart Operators | Noosa QLD » Sunshine Coast, QLD - CELOTTI WORKFORCE is currently seeking HR Watercart Operators with a Standpipe Ticket our clients team. Project... CELOTTI WORKFORCE is currently seeking HR Watercart Operators with a Standpipe Ticket to join our civil client's team in Noosa... • Fri, 10 MayCelotti Workforce$38 per hour
General Practitioner - 30mins to Melbourne - flexible hrs - high patient demand » Melbourne, VIC - in a high demand clinic. Allied health and specialist services on-site include pathology, physiotherapy, psychology... • Thu, 09 MayHealthcareLink
HR Operations Senior Specialist » Ermington, Parramatta Area - Corporate: Light & Wonder's corporate team is comprised of incredible talent that works across the enterprise, defying boundaries to provide essential services in an extraordinary manner to ensure the success of the organization and the well-being of employees. Position Summary Light & Wonder is the leading cross-platform global game company singularly focused on creating games that players love to play wherever they love to play them, be that land-based casino, online, or on mobile. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada with 5,000 employees across six continents, we create content, hardware, and systems that connect iconic titles across any place or channel. By turning games into expansive entertainment, Light & Wonder keeps thrilling players with characters and stories they cannot get enough of. Position Summary This is an exciting and varied role for an HR professional looking to gain experience in an APAC Shared Service Center with a special focus on Creators in ANZ. The successful Senior Specialist will play a vital role in providing a first-class service to our wonderful Creators and responding to their queries within the required SLAs. This is an exciting varied and fast paced and high-volume role offering a wide variety of exposure within the PC remit that would suit a creative, enthusiastic, and collaborative high achiever. The right candidate will build key relationships and be an advocate for continuous improvement within the team, actively embracing changes and taking ownership of complex inquiries. The People Service Center in APAC is an exciting new team that has been curated to provide excellent customer service to over 2000 employees across 8 different countries. The People Service Center manages and implements HR processes, policies and practices across the region as well as maintaining employee data in the Workday HRIS. This role reports into the Senior Manager over the APAC Region Essential Job Functions: Provide expertise in specific areas of HR and serve as the internal escalation point to guide fellow shared service team members resources towards issue resolution. Manage one or multiple operational business processes and provide subject matter expertise in various areas of HR and related systems (i.e TA Operations, Benefits Administration, Compensation Administration, Payroll Support, Leave Management, Workday, Reporting, etc.) Partner closely with CoEs to understand business expectations and specifics around policies, procedures, then trains peers Resolve internal customer problems by researching issues (internally and externally) and taking additional steps, as required, while providing excellent customer service. Maintain working knowledge of company policies to provide guidance to employees and managers while ensuring compliance and consistency. Deliver an effective recruitment and onboarding process post offer stage, including ensuring the completion of background checks, preparing contracts of employment, and liaising with relevant internal stakeholders. Drive special projects, process innovation, and technical enhancements Overseeing all stages of the pre-start candidate journey and positively impacting the process from offer to start date Conduct regular audits to ensure the entire team is compliant with legal and regulatory requirements Assist with other departmental initiatives and projects as assigned. Experience, Education & Qualifications: Experience working in a PC team within a fast-paced environment. Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field. Equivalent experience or qualification may be considered in lieu of degree Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources (highly regarded). Exceptional organisational & administration skills, including the ability to prioritise and meet deadlines. Strong communicator with excellent written and oral communication skills. Experience developing processes in accordance with local employment legislation and practices (specifically familiarity with the Fair Work Act and other employment-related regulations.) Ability to produce accurate reports and translate data Intermediate MS Office skills. You must meet the legal requirements to live & work in Australia Proven Workday technical acumen and transactional ownership Autonomous issue resolution Strong stakeholder and creator management Key Competencies: Communicator: The ability to influence and persuade others, especially in situations that require diplomacy and tact. Collaboration & Influence: Proactive cross-functional partnerships to work effectively with peers and partners throughout the whole organization. Cultural Competency: The ability to lead through seeking diversity, fostering inclusion, and a passion to develop every single individual. Results Orientation: A commitment to demonstrably improving team metrics. A positive, flexible, and proactive, hands-on with can-do approach. Attitude: Team player with a positive attitude. Multi-Tasking: Ability to multitask and prioritize in a fast-paced environment. Flexibility: Willingness to learn and adapt to new processes, policies, and priorities. Problem Solve and initiative: Strong problem-solving skills and ability to think critically and creatively. Discretion: Maintaining confidentiality and ethical conduct in handling sensitive HR information. Escalation: Knowling when to elevate queries to CoEs (Tier 3) support after exhausting all options in a timely manner Why Join Us? Exceptional Talent: Join forces with some of the brightest minds in the industry and unleash your full potential. Global Impact: Be part of a truly global team and make your mark on the gaming landscape worldwide. Innovative Culture: Innovation is in our DNA. Join a team that thrives on pushing boundaries, embracing new technologies, and redefining what's possible in gaming. Endless Opportunities: Whether you're a seasoned industry professional or just starting your career, Light & Wonder offers endless opportunities for growth, development, and advancement. With a wide range of roles and career paths available, the possibilities are limitless. Positive Impact: Beyond creating unforgettable gaming experiences, Light & Wonder is committed to making a positive impact on the world. Join us in supporting charitable initiatives, promoting diversity and inclusion, and giving back to the communities where we live and work. Passionate Community: Join a community of passionate gamers and industry professionals who share your love for gaming and commitment to excellence. Want to know what else you get? Competitive salary and benefits package Flexible working arrangements Company paid parental leave Free onsite Gym in our impressive offices in Silverwater with plenty of onsite parking Access to Linkedin learning suite Novated car leasing Rewards & Recognition Program Employee wellness programs Company-sponsored events and activities Join Us Today If you're ready to take your career to the next level and be part of a team that's shaping the future of gaming, we want to hear from you Explore our current openings and apply now to join the game-changing team at Light and Wonder. Light and Wonder is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals, regardless of race, gender, age, or background. We are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse workplace where everyone feels valued and respected. LI-Hybrid Qualifications • Thu, 09 MayLight and Wonder

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