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Group Human Resources Manager » Eastwood, SA - of their people in order to achieve business goals. About You As Group Human Resources Manager, you will become part of a high... • Sat, 08 JunSarah
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Human Resources (HR) Business Partner » Adelaide, SA - to the Government of South Australia. Human Resources (HR) provides advice and consultancy services on HR management... A/Manager, Human Resources Tel: 7424 5605 email: Diversity Statement: The Department of Treasury and Finance is committed... • Sun, 09 JunGovernment of South Australia$84522 - 94003 per year
Human Resources Advisor » Australia - Human Resources & Training Department Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia Ref. No. 24033 Why consider working with us at Glencore? More career options and opportunities. Glencore is one of the world's largest globally diversified natural resource companies and a major producer and marketer of more than 60 commodities. Our operations comprise of around 150 mining, metallurgical and oil production assets. Our purpose is to responsibly source the commodities that advance everyday life. Employing 135,000 people globally, people are at the heart of our business, and we aim to attract employees who endeavour to be leaders in their field. To you, that means more opportunities to grow your career, grow your experiences, and grow your network of colleagues, mentors and even lifelong friends. All whilst making your mark on the future. About this part of our organisation: Our Zinc Assets in Australia include multiple & geographically dispersed operations, including underground and open pit mines, processing plants and port facilities. Additionally, the broader Zinc business has operations across Asia, both North and South American continents and Europe. Mount Isa is home to the majority of our assets in Australia and this role is based residentially in Mount Isa. Mount Isa is one of the better facilitated mining towns around the country. With a local community of around 20,000 residents, there are multiple choices of schools, supermarkets, and activities. From arts and culture to a thriving sporting community and more, it is the central hub for the surrounding area housing key government services for the region and hosting events such as the largest rodeo in the southern hemisphere. About your potential new position: If your focus is HR and you want to grow your career and become a credible business partner, this is the opportunity you have been seeking. Focussed on the processing facilities (concentrator, refinery, smelters, port) and with an experienced HR leadership team plus a large cohort of peers across the wider business, you will be provided the scope, opportunity and support to become an advanced practitioner. You will work closely with leaders at all levels supporting the business, leadership groups and employees. You will be, or will become, the subject matter expert and "go to person" for human resources needs for your area, ensuring that what we do is in accordance with the organisation's policies, procedures and processes. To deliver on that purpose, some of your accountabilities will include: Assisting the business with human resources related policies and procedures (as well as Enterprise Agreements and legislation), including remuneration and benefits, leave, termination, performance management and injury management. Negating risk to the business by effectively navigating employee and industrial relations for your designated portfolio, including dealing with third parties, and conducting prompt investigations into grievances, fair treatments, and serious breaches. Work actively with leadership to best support their people and to make sound decisions to reduce the number of grievances and reach relevant KPIs. Provide prompt customer service to clients, focussed on problem solving, quick resolutions, using data to identify and monitor issues, and consistent and fair treatment of all employees. Work closely with administrators and graduates, supporting and coaching, to ensure timely and accurate service. Build positive relationships with your department's leadership, being visible in the areas of responsibility, providing easy access for employees and leaders to access HR, attend relevant department meetings and regular attendance at safety deployments, ensuring visibility and support. Maintain HR information systems with accurate information, including organisational charts and any other employee related data. Communicate effectively with employees and leadership on relevant changes and important information related to their employment. What we expect from you: Relevant experience or formal qualifications with the Human Resources field. An interest in being mentored, upskilled, and learning from experienced practitioners, whilst willing to share your experiences and expertise to mentor others. Initiative and willingness to find solutions to problems, short and long term. Enjoy being part of an outback community. What's in it for you? Working with some of the best HR people in the industry, and with a significant portfolio to oversee you will utilise a wide range of generalist HR skills and expand your experience and knowledge. You will be in a worldwide organisation for your career to grow and join a team of people who are enthusiastic about their work and believe in what they do. You will be supported to achieve results in your field and if you desire to go above & beyond there is space to explore new ideas and influence change. Come join a team who encourage & expect you to make improvements and make a difference. Apply now at glencore.com/careers/career-opportunities/all-vacancies Our operation is situated on land traditionally owned by the Kalkadoon People and we respect their rights and interests. • Sun, 09 JunGlencore
Group Human Resources Manager » Eastwood, SA - of their people in order to achieve business goals. About You As Group Human Resources Manager, you will become part of a high... • Sat, 08 JunSarah
Human Resources Business Partner, Human Resources » Ravenhall, Melton Area - Description Amazon is growing quickly in Australia which is why we need more brilliant, human-centred thinkers to help us implement and maintain our next set of Human Resources initiatives. We are hiring a talented HR Business Partner to support our Fulfillment Centre Operations teams - part of our wider Operations for the region. With time, this will prove beneficial to your profile. Amazon's Operations lies at the heart of the Amazon customer experience: each and every action we take is driven by meeting customer expectations. Reporting to the HR Manager, you will support in executing our people initiatives as well as driving HR functional excellence and process improvement. You will have the ability to partner effectively with frontline team members and other site based operational stakeholders to provide end to end HR support. This is a high profile role where you will lead a number of new and existing Human Resources initiatives while driving best practice employee engagement and retention. Key job responsibilities What you will be doing: - Implementing HR initiatives focused on employee engagement, organizational effectiveness, workforce planning, and talent management - Coaching and mentoring of leaders from across the Fulfillment Center teams - Proactive gathering of data from appropriate sources to drive decision making - Maintaining an emphasis on continuous improvement and best practices to be shared with other Fulfillment Center teams - Collaborating effectively across an number of internal and external teams including Finance, Payroll, Legal - Supporting in developing innovative, user-friendly shift models We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Melbourne, AUS | Ravenhall, VIC, AUS Basic Qualifications - Bachelor of Business or equivalent - 2 years of human resources experience in a similar role - Knowledge and application of HR fundamentals Preferred Qualifications - Ability to influence, change and foster an environment of inclusion for all employees - Skills in employee engagement and problem solving - Experience with working in a rapid and complex changing environment driven by continuous innovation - Ability to partner with leaders at multiple levels of the organisation to deliver solutions tailored to their employee needs. - Experience in coaching and supporting leaders in onboarding and talent management Acknowledgement of country: In the spirit of reconciliation Amazon acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. IDE statement: Amazon is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Amazon is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, or other legally protected attributes. • Sat, 08 JunAmazon

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Advisor, Human Resources » The Rocks, Sydney - Create impact as an Human Resources Advisor Join the largest insurance group in Australia and New Zealand. YOUR ROLE This is a Human Resources Advisor role, in a call centre environment where you will provide guidance, advice, coaching and support to employees and external contact through people policy, process, and systems that is considerate of the people experience and enables a purpose led, high performance culture. You will build close relationships with diverse professionals. You will enjoy the challenge of continuously improving the processes in the HR function. This role is a 6 month fixed term contract, hybrid role based in Sydney at our Darling Park CBD office. Applications close Wednesday 19, June 23.59 AEST ABOUT YOU You'll respond to and resolve queries raised by IAG employees and external contacts, through multiple channels such as phone calls, HR cases and chat function within the agreed service level. You'll assist the wider People Connect team by providing consistent, credible, and timely first point general advice for all IAG employees and external contacts, seeking support in relation to HR enquiries including IAG's Enterprise Agreement and People Policies. Support data validation to ensure data capture is accurate, enables the effective operation of people systems and processes and an optimal people experience. Identify opportunities and trends for our people experience overall and specific business divisions to increase capability and address gaps or learning opportunities as required. You'll contribute to team activities as identified and drive the success and solutions across the team and P&C. You will conduct regular reviews of knowledge articles and processes to identify opportunities to improve the people experience, self-service utilisation and delivery of services. Ensure compliance with relevant IAG people policies and external laws and regulations. You will have a minimum of 12 months experience in a generalist HR or P&C Coordinator role. You'll have knowledge of employment relations frameworks and employment legislation. Strong verbal and written communication, strong time management and prioritisation skills. Preferably you will have tertiary qualification/s in Human Resources. You'll ideally have telephone based customer service skills. ABOUT US IAG is the largest general insurance group in Australia and New Zealand. We're also a tech and research facility, a hub for climate change experts and a centre of resilience design. We chat over coffee with customers, advocate for them in the corridors of Parliament and back them up in the community when life's moments hit hardest. You'll know our brands - NRMA Insurance, CGU, WFI, ROLLiN', AMI, NZI, and State Insurance to name a few. Together they turn our IAG purpose of making your world safer into action by helping, supporting ambitions and making insurance accessible. We celebrate unique viewpoints shaped by life experiences, cultures and passions. We expand careers, genuinely connect with community, lead with a powerful purpose and celebrate what makes you individual. We're guided by the knowledge and voice of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, businesses and communities. Collaborating on Indigenous-led solutions that enable growth, develop resilience and create meaningful change. We're passionate about social issues, walk the talk on sustainability and strive to do more than standard on things that matter, including women in senior leadership, Indigenous empowerment and creating inclusive environments. We're committed to being a safe and supportive workplace for all our employees. We do this because we're ready for you. All this shows up in what we offer: Carers and parents' hub and support Grow your career through dynamic secondments Access up to 50% off personal insurance, including home and motor insurance Community volunteer days and team volunteer activities Join great employee network communities Grow your financial future with 13% superannuation as standard Flexibility to shift from your everyday role in times of crisis to support others We're ready for you. Apply today. Learn more about who IAG is here • Sat, 08 JunInsurance Australia Group
human resources advisor » Logan Central, QLD - HR Partners by Randstad has an opportunity for a Human Resources Advisor to assist a client in Brisbane's southern... organisation. Possession of degree level qualifications in Human Resources is desirable. Previous experience applying HR practices... • Fri, 07 JunHR Partners$48.03 per hour
Human Resources Manager » Brisbane, QLD - as their Human Resources Manager during a very exciting time for the brand. You will be responsible for establishing and managing... a new and sophisticated Human Resources function which will deliver key HR services and support to all front-line staff in... • Fri, 07 JunSharp & Carter
Human Resources Business Partner » Brisbane, QLD - The Position This Brisbane-based agricultural organisation requires a hands-on Human Resources Business Partner... Relevant tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, employment relations or related business discipline; Demonstrated... • Fri, 07 JunSharp & Carter
Human Resources Business Partner » Benalla, VIC - Resources (HR) Business Partner to join our team. The Human Resources (HR) Business Partner role will be accountable... and/or acquired the following knowledge and experience: Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related field an advantage... • Fri, 07 JunThales
Human Resources Manager » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Standalone HR Manager role with a well-know Australian hospitality brand. Join an entrepreneurial bunch of leaders on this growth journey. The Position Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, you will join this Australian-owned hospitality group as their Human Resources Manager during a very exciting time for the brand. You will be responsible for establishing and managing a new and sophisticated Human Resources function which will deliver key HR services and support to all front-line staff in hospitality operations, and all members of the senior leadership team in the Brisbane Head Office. You will eventually appoint an HR Officer for administrative HR support and work as an effective business partner to coach the leadership team to ensure a positive organisational culture which aligns to the organisation’s values and direction of change. You will be a key driver and leader in ensuring the effective implementation and change of HR strategies, policies and processes and manage all generalist aspects of HR including recruitment strategy, organisational development, performance management, training & development, employment relations and employment relations. This position is based close to Brisbane CBD and will require one day per week travel to site (approximately 1 hour away by driving). This role would be perfect for someone located in the southern suburbs of Brisbane. Key Responsibilities Provide advice, support and coaching to managers and staff on a range of employee related issues including performance and disciplinary matters helping managers to proactive manage concerns; Collaborate with the Head of Human Resources on the development of HR and business strategies, including employee engagement, retention, recruitment, training, learning and development; Ensure HR legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable human resources requirements, conducting investigations and maintaining records; Manage employee engagement surveys and ongoing monitoring of engagement and actions in response to organisation-wide feedback; Manage recruitment strategy and processes of corporate head office roles, ensuring timely information to managers and identifying new and innovative ways to attract and retain talent; Maintain a thorough understanding of the Retail Award and the employment laws governing the management of staff. Skills and Experience Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, Employment Relations or related business discipline; Demonstrated experience in a HR Management position within a fast-paced, multi-site environment – experience within the hospitality, food or retail sector will come highly regarded; Experience across modern award interpretation, specifically the hospitality awards, and Visa / sponsorship applications; A love for generalist HR roles and ability to shift across the entire employment lifecycle; Strong stakeholder engagement skills and a confident and approachable coaching style. The Organisation Our client is an iconic Australian hospitality group, a brand which employs entrepreneurial up-and-coming talent who want to go on a journey and feel connected to the company they work with. The company is embarking upon a fresh new change which has been rolled out successfully across a number of operations and will come with new headcount, expanded sites and increased profits. The CEO is highly visionary and has implemented fresh new change which has been embraced by all levels and improved the organisation’s brand externally and working culture internally at all levels. How to Apply If your next move aligns with this position, please apply directly using the link below and attach an updated copy of your resume. Sharp & Carter will be in touch with all applicants and shortlisting will commence immediately for this position. • Fri, 07 JunSharp & Carter
Human Resources Manager » Perth, Perth Region - Embark on a transformation journey Newly created role and operating model - design, streamline and optimise workforce practices and outcomes Your next employer: Newly created role at a WA not for profit home care and disability provider dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals, especially those from non-English speaking backgrounds. Established in 1909, they have approximately 160 staff who provide care and support to 800 clients. The exciting opportunity: Full oversight of the people and culture function across the entire organisation Create, implement and lead human resource strategies and ongoing initiatives Plan and manage the entire recruitment process, sourcing and onboarding capable staff aligned with the company’s values and mission Implement effective performance systems that facilitate regular feedback, identify training needs and create tailored development opportunities Guide, coach and support managers to address employee concerns and manage their performance Develop, review and implement human resources policies and procedures that meet governing legislation Extract meaningful insights from HR data, generating comprehensive reports on key metrics, trends, and areas for improvement to inform strategic decision-making What makes this great: Join a small provider with no corporate bureaucracy where your work will have an immediate impact Opportunity to think strategically whilst also being involved in daily operations Transition your skills into home care and community services – a rewarding and growing sector Report into a forward thinking and open minded CEO Be guided and supported by your dedicated 3D Recruit Career Consultant, assisting with CV creation, interview preparation and career advice $120k - $140K super Incentive Bonus About you: A diploma or degree in Human Resources and experience in a Human Resources Manager or Business Partner role, ideally within aged care or community services Solid understanding of the Fair Work Act and Australian employment legislation Able to think strategically, create and implement a workforce plan, and work as a generalist across all aspects of the employee lifecycle Approachable, excellent communication skills and can build relationships based on trust and respect Resilient, confident, motivated and passionate about creating a positive workplace culture What next: For more information about this exciting opportunity call Lucy on 0433 633 102 or email your CV to lucy3drecruit.com.au. No cover letter required. We are the leading recruitment agency for aged care and community service providers in WA. If you would like to have a confidential discussion about other opportunities in residential aged care, home care or disability, please also contact Lucy. • Fri, 07 Jun3D Recruit
BSAL-Human Resources Business Partner » Eastwood, SA - your contribution. You will deliver strategic HR services, handle daily HR operations and consult on customised human resources... to deadlines A degree qualification in Human Resources or Psychology is desirable. If you would like to join a great team... • Thu, 06 JunBridgestone
Head of Human Resources/Country HR (Melbourne-based role) » Derrimut, VIC - Head of Human Resources (Hybrid) Melbourne, Australia Office Location: 66 Paramount Blvd, Derrimut Victoria 3030..., we look forward to learning more about you! Significant experience in the field of Human Resources, within a global... • Thu, 06 JunVistaprint
Human Resources Advisor » Mount Isa, QLD - . You will be, or will become, the subject matter expert and “go to person” for human resources needs for your area, ensuring that what we do is in..., some of your accountabilities will include: Assisting the business with human resources related policies and procedures (as well as Enterprise... • Thu, 06 JunGlencore
Human Resources Business Partner, Human Resources » Ravenhall, VIC - to help us implement and maintain our next set of Human Resources initiatives. We are hiring a talented HR Business Partner... where you will lead a number of new and existing Human Resources initiatives while driving best practice employee engagement and retention... • Thu, 06 JunAmazon
human resources coordinator » Nuriootpa, SA - into a permanent position. Key Responsibilities: Human Resources Administration: Manage employee records, including on boarding... Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field (or equivalent experience) Proven experience in HR... • Thu, 06 JunHR Partners$60 per hour
Human Resources Assistant , Human Resources » Dandenong South, VIC - that provides Human Resources support to our Fulfilment Centre (FC) associates. The role is critical in executing our people... job responsibilities Support employees across a broad range of human resources, benefits, and payroll topics. Manage cases, projects... • Thu, 06 JunAmazon
Senior Manager Human Resources (Mat Leave Contract) » Ireland - Callaghan, NSW - the world’s biggest health challenges. The Senior Manager, Human Resources for Beckman Coulter Diagnostics has site... with labour relations and effectively managing union negotiations. Comprehensive understanding of human resources employment law... • Thu, 06 JunDanaher
Human Resources Manager (Parental Leave Cover) » Windsor, NSW - Manager and IHG Payroll team in processing the fortnightly payroll. What we need from you: Bachelor's degree in Human... Resources or other related discipline. Minimum of 2 years’ related experience in a HR Manager or Senior HRBP role. Hotel... • Thu, 06 JunInterContinental
Head of Human Resources/Country HR (Melbourne-based role) » Derrimut, VIC - Head of Human Resources (Hybrid) Melbourne, Australia Office Location: 66 Paramount Blvd, Derrimut Victoria 3030..., we look forward to learning more about you! Significant experience in the field of Human Resources, within a global... • Thu, 06 JunCimpress/Vista
Human Resources Officer » Brisbane, QLD - POSITION DESCRIPTION Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Position Title:Human Resources Officer Status:Full-Time... $90,000 Reporting toManager of Human Resources Position Purpose As a Human Resources Officer specialising in support services... • Wed, 05 JunAccord Care
Human Resources Officer » Sydney, NSW - Officer to play a pivotal role in the operation of the Human Resources function. Join an established HR and Recruitment team... qualifications in Human Resources or related field Strong communication and critical thinking skills CULTURE. Join a team... • Wed, 05 JunIvory Group$55 - 60 per hour
Advisor, Human Resources » Sydney, NSW - Create impact as an Human Resources Advisor Join the largest insurance group in Australia and New Zealand. YOUR ROLE... This is a Human Resources Advisor role, in a call centre environment where you will provide guidance, advice, coaching and support... • Wed, 05 JunIAG
Human Resources Business Partner » Australia - , while helping to deliver job-ready skills and meaningful outcomes for students across our state. About the role The Human... Resources Business Partner (HRBP) is responsible for establishing productive partnerships with business unit leaders... • Wed, 05 JunGovernment of South Australia$97022 - 102626 per year
Human Resources Professional - Melbourne » Melbourne, VIC - problems? If so, lets talk. Your Role and Responsibilities We are currently recruiting Human Resources Professional based in... have responsibility for tools and assigned resources. Impact on Business/Scope: Accountable for department results and for activities... • Wed, 05 JunIBM
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
Human Resources Officer » Fortitude Valley, Brisbane - POSITION DESCRIPTION Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Position Title: Human Resources Officer Status: Full-Time Award: Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award [MA000100] Annual Salary $80,000 t0 $90,000 Reporting to Manager of Human Resources Position Purpose As a Human Resources Officer specialising in support services, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the effective management of our human capital to support the delivery of exceptional services to our clients. This position involves working closely with management, employees, and external stakeholders to create a positive and inclusive work environment. Key Responsibilities: Supporting the development and implementation of HR initiatives and systems Providing counselling on policies and procedures Being actively involved in recruitment by preparing job descriptions, posting ads and managing the hiring process Creating and implementing effective onboarding plans Developing training and development programs Assisting in performance management processes Supporting the management of disciplinary and grievance issues Maintaining employee records (attendance, EEO data etc.) according to policy and legal requirements Key Selection Criteria: Proven experience as Human Resources Officer, administrator or other HR position Knowledge of HR functions (pay & benefits, recruitment, training & development etc.) Understanding of Employment laws and disciplinary procedures Proficient in MS Office; Google; knowledge of Worknice and JazzHr HRMS is a plus Outstanding organisational and time-management abilities Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Problem-solving and decision-making aptitude Strong ethics and reliability HR Credentials (e.g. PHR from the HR Certification Institute) Skills organisational skills; time management; critical thinking; cost analysis; excellent communication and organisational skills; and ability to coordinate with multiple divisions and remote locations to determine the needs of each. Competencies, Recruitment and Onboarding: Employee Relations: Performance Management: Training and Development: Policy Development and Compliance: Record Keeping and Reporting: Benefits Administration: Administer employee benefits programs, including health insurance, leave entitlements, and other perks relevant to NDIS support services staff. Qualifications And Experience, Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or a related field. Proven experience in human resources roles, preferably in the disability support services sector. Familiarity with NDIS policies, procedures, and regulations. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion. Knowledge of relevant employment laws and HR best practices. Personal Attributes honesty integrity attention to detail cleanliness/presentation emotional intelligence Our Vision Accord Care is dedicated to supporting the physical well-being and emotional and social needs of our clients and their families. Our commitment to these core values guides every aspect of our organisation, ensuring that we empower our team members to respect one another, uphold family values, and make a positive and lasting contribution to the lives we touch. Our Mission Accord Care's mission is to provide compassionate and exceptional care while fostering a culture of respect, family values, and meaningful contribution. Our Values This mission statement reflects Accord Care's dedication to the “Accord Way”. Accountability Taking responsibility for the care provided and ensuring that it meets the highest quality and safety standards. Choice: Respecting the autonomy and choices of individuals with disabilities regarding their care, services, and daily lives. Collaboration: Working together with individuals, families, and a multidisciplinary team to create a comprehensive and effective support plan. Opportunity: Providing equal opportunities for individuals with disabilities to learn, work, and participate in their communities. Respect: Treating individuals with dignity, respect for their autonomy, and cultural sensitivity, regardless of their age, background, or condition. Diversity: Acknowledging and embracing the diversity of individuals receiving care, recognising that each person has unique needs and preferences. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES KEY RESULT AREA – INTERNAL EFFICIENCY Responsibilities and Duties Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) Ensure effective communication channels with other staff, supervisor, management, participants, carers and other relevant stakeholders Support the development and implementation of HR initiatives and systems Providing counselling on policies and procedures Ensure a positive public image of Accord Care Qld Pty Ltd is presented All business activities comply with Accord Care Qld Pty Ltd Code of Conduct, regulatory and legislative requirements and ethical practices Policies and procedures are adhered to Displays honesty and truthfulness, confronts problems quickly displays a strong commitment to organisational success and inspires others to make and achieve goals Maintain appropriate records by established documentation protocols l records are completed in accordance with established documentation protocols Participate in staff meetings, and regular supervision and training Attendance at supervision, performance evaluation sessions and training KEY RESULT AREA – PEOPLE AND CAPABILITY Responsibilities and Duties Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) Maintain a safe and non-discriminatory workplace Sign on and off on the workplace App Log on to the appropriate application to record your attendance at the work location Appropriate notice for illness or other leave types. WHS checks are undertaken, and documentation maintained Recognises assesses and actions hazards, including equipment, motor vehicles and facilities Incidents are recorded and reported, and remedial action is taken. Household duties are attended to ensure a hygienic environment is maintained Accord Care Qld Pty Ltd policies and procedures are adhered to Act professionally and respectfully at all times Professional relationships are maintained with participants, team members and service management Complaints are responded to in a timely and professional manner The confidentiality of participants and organisational information is respected and maintained at all times KEY RESULT AREA – OUTCOMES/SERVICE DELIVERY Responsibilities and Duties Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) Recruitment and Onboarding Coordinate the recruitment process for positions within the NDIS support services team. Facilitate orientation and onboarding programs for new hires, ensuring they are well-equipped to contribute to our mission. Employee Relations: Manage employee relations by addressing concerns, and conflicts, and providing support to maintain a positive workplace culture. Conduct investigations and resolve issues related to employee performance or conduct in collaboration with department managers. Employee welfare checks. Performance Management: Collaborate with supervisors to implement performance management processes, including goal setting, performance reviews, and professional development plans. Maintain the register of employee performance management outcomes. Provide guidance and support to employees in achieving their career development goals. Coordinate work to meet deadlines and commitments and to ensure efficient and effective service delivery. Training and Development: Identify training needs within the NDIS support services team and coordinate training programs to enhance skills and knowledge. Stay updated on NDIS policies and regulations to ensure compliance in all HR practices. Policy Development and Compliance: Develop and update HR policies and procedures, ensuring alignment with NDIS standards and regulations. Ensure compliance with relevant employment laws, NDIS guidelines, and organisational policies. Record Keeping and Reporting: Maintain accurate and confidential employee records, including attendance, leave, and performance documentation. Generate reports on HR metrics and trends to support informed decision-making. Monitor and respond to hraccordcare.com.au mailbox Maintain employee electronic files Audit files Benefits Administration: Administer employee benefits programs, including health insurance, leave entitlements, and other perks relevant to NDIS support services staff. KEY RESULT AREA – FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE Responsibilities and Duties Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Contribute to the effective financial management and sustainability of the organisation. Check and approve timesheets, Monitor time sheets for compliance with the Award. Check the rostering process for compliance with rosters in comparison to award requirements regarding financial cost benefits for the business. KEY RESULT AREA – QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND IMPROVEMENT Responsibilities and Duties Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Continuously strive for excellence and innovation as part of quality improvement in service provision Powered by JazzHR • Wed, 05 JunAccord Care
Human Resources Officer » Sydney, Sydney Region - Established HR team within a Local Council looking to engage an enthusiastic, mid-level HR Officer on a short-term contract. ABOUT THE COMPANY. Local Council in the South of Sydney seeking an experienced and dedicated HR Officer to play a pivotal role in the operation of the Human Resources function. Join an established HR and Recruitment team and benefit from extensive training and development initiatives to further progress your career. ABOUT THE ROLE. Short term contract with a possibility of long term extension for the ideal candidate. You will be responsible for the employment contracts, contract extensions and onboarding of all hires, and will assist in union liaison and WHS matters where required. DUTIES. Provide expert advice on all disciplinary matters, performance reviews, leave arrangements and more. Prepare employment contracts and contract extensions Assist in the coordination of recruitment Report on any matters regarding Employee and Industrial Relations SKILLS & EXPERIENCE. Minimum 3 years experience in a similar HR position Relevant tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or related field Strong communication and critical thinking skills CULTURE. Join a team that's passionate about not only Human Resources but also about working with people. Management will help foster your long-term career development and work closely with you to finesse your skills within the role. BENEFITS. Extensive training and mentorship provided Healthy work life balance - 35 hour work week Vibrant, collaborative office environment Convenient location, close to public transport HOW TO APPLY. Click "Apply for this job", or for a confidential discussion, please contact Grace Causley on gcausleyivorygroup.com.au • Wed, 05 JunIvory Group
Human Resources Specialist » Gladstone, QLD - Human Resources Specialist About the Role: Reporting directly to the HR Operations Manager, the Human Resources... and legislation. Qualifications and experience required: Tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in Human Resources... • Wed, 05 JunGladstone Ports Corporation
Human Resources Business Partner - TFT (up to 2 years) - Malabar/Sydney Olympic Park » Sydney, NSW - Malabar, NSW - : $106,142 - $125,241 + super Hours Per Week: 38 Requisition ID: REQ492613 Position Title: Human Resources Business Partner (HM2) Just the... your career. The Role The Human Resource Business Partner (HRBP) partners closely with key designated portfolios and the... • Tue, 04 JunNSW Health$106142 - 125241 per year
Human Resource Business Partner » Blacktown, NSW - , providing full support for presentations, management meetings and company review meetings; To take ownership of human resources... products. Your Role The Human Resource Business Partner, reporting to the General Manager, will partner with the Customer... • Tue, 04 JunAtlas Copco
Human Resource Advisor » Brisbane, QLD - Human Resources Advisor to join our HR Team based in Fortitude Valley. This position supports the HR Business Partners.... What you will bring to the team: Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, or relevant field desirable. Must have a minimum of 2... • Tue, 04 JunClough
Human Resources Coordinator - Part Time » Adelaide, SA - Job Description: Job Number 24096159 Job Category Human Resources Location Adelaide Marriott Hotel, 141 King... Hotels Human Resources Coordinator, opportunity awaits. Position Summary: Responsible for the co-ordination of the HR... • Tue, 04 JunMarriott
Human Resources Business Partner » Hobart Region, Tasmania - We are looking for a suitably qualified Human Resources Business Partner to join the team. You will be responsible for providing high level expertise on a range of complex, strategic and operational human resources activities, programs, and projects. The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) will deliver significant support to Council business units and contribute to the achievement of their goals, thereby improving organisational performance. The successful applicant will have: Supervision experience of a small team delivering HR functions, including, Recruitment, Employee and Industrial Relations and generalist human resources services. Experience providing specialist advice and support to managers and employees on a range of HR matters including but not limited to employee experience, performance management, workforce planning, management and resolution of disputes and grievances, change management, workforce planning and leadership coaching. Experience in job design, job analysis, development of Position Description documents, job evaluation and role reclassification. The ability to administer and undertake the development, review and implementation of HR policies, procedures, guidelines, and templates to meet legislative requirements and support business requirements (Including stakeholder engagement and consultation). Highly developed analytical, conceptual, and reasoning skills with the ability to interpret employment legislation, awards, and agreements, provide accurate advice across the organisation, identify options, make recommendations, and support managers with HR issues. Experience interpreting an Enterprise Agreement and knowledge of the bargaining process. Qualifications required: Degree qualifications in HR management or a related field, or equivalent demonstrated experience in a HR generalist role (minimum 5 years) and completed a Return to Work Coordinator approved course of training. Position Hours: Full-time, 75 hours fortnight with RDO. Salary range: $97,581.03 to $112,608.67 pro rata plus superannuation For further information on this position, contact Rachel Cooper, Manager Human Resources on (03) 6216 6800. GCC Employee benefits: 15% superannuation (OTE) 9 day fortnight (Rostered Day Off) with full time positions Glenorchy City Council’s Enterprise Agreement 2021 Free parking Corporate Banking Benefits Corporate discounts on gym membership Corporate offers on Private Health Insurance Flexible Working Arrangements Paid Maternity Leave Learning & Development opportunities Annual wage increases Mind Body Spirit Committee (Values, Health & Wellbeing, Social functions) Access to Employee Assistance Program services How to apply: Applications for this position must be lodged on this site or on the Glenorchy City Council website www.gcc.tas.gov.au - Careers page. To be considered for this role, all applicants must: Address the key selection criteria in the Position Description Provide a current Resume A national Police check, WWVP, health assessment and reference checks will be requested and organised by Council prior to employment. Applications close at 8pm on Sunday, 30 June 2024 Position Description • Tue, 04 JunGlenorchy City Council
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
Human Resource Officer » Central QLD Region, Queensland - I am seeking a Human Resource Officer to join one of my key coal mining clients located in Central Queensland. I am seeking a Human Resource Officer to join one of my key coal mining clients located in Central Queensland. This is a great opportunity for a HR Officer who is looking to step up and take on more responsibilities. About the role: The Human Resources Officer is responsible for assisting the Human Resources Manager and wider Human Resources team in the development and daily maintenance of the HR Services & Systems within the organisation. The HR Officer is to achieve outputs as communicated by the HR Manager by developing and maintaining the culture, processes and systems that enable the company's people to operate in a professional, productive, sustainable and environmentally responsible manner. General Responsibilities: Well-developed verbal and written communication skills. Competent in a range of Microsoft programs. Thorough understanding of site policies and procedures pertaining to employee services. Basic knowledge of the statutory requirements for the mine. Ability to develop an understanding of the current industrial legislation and how it pertains to Group industrial instruments and Group employment arrangements. Ability to lead meetings, develop and conduct presentations, write accurate and timely reports and develop an understanding of performance management processes. Relevant Qualifications in Administration 3 years of experience in a similar role Demonstrated continual professional development applicable to the role Human Resource Degree ( Preferred, not essential) Working knowledge of an Open Cut Mining environment (Preferred) Well-developed written and oral communication skills Open driver’s licence (mandatory) Proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office suite Knowledge of the Black Coal Mining Award About you: Strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to negotiate and influence stakeholders at all levels. Highly developed and demonstrated problem-solving, conflict resolution and time management skills. The ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality while acting with integrity and professionalism at all times. Strong stakeholder management skills to develop productive working relationships across the organisation. Demonstrate adaptability in a team environment and contribute to the collective team performance and accountabilities by supporting and assisting team members to achieve standards, goals and targets. Apply: If you are interested in learning more, please submit your resume or email it to Charlize.sivyere73.com.au • Tue, 04 JunE73
Human Resources Officer, Queensland Police Service » Gold Coast, QLD - Brisbane, QLD - . Applications to remain current for 12 months. ... Click here to view more detail / apply for Human Resources Officer, Queensland... • Mon, 03 JunAtlam Group
Human Resources Manager » Central West Area, Central QLD Region - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO6 Workplace Location Central West Qld Job ad reference QLD/CW4E568782 Closing date 23-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 27.10.2024 Contact person Joshua Adams Contact details 0461386765 Access the National Relay Service People-centred care | Quality and safety | Integrity and accountability | Investment in staff | Innovation and change What's involved - You will provide a high-level human resource advisory/consultancy service to clients at all levels of the organisation, incorporating human resource policy, industrial relations, performance management, staff development and award entitlement information. Effectively manage human resource casework in key focus areas including grievances and investigations, appeals, discipline, anti-discrimination, equity and diversity, statutory and management reporting and the development of policies, procedures and strategies. Contribute to the effective application of employment relations policies and practices within Queensland Health so as to foster timely resolution of industrial disputes while safeguarding the industrial rights of its employees. Participation in workplace negotiations with unions and professional bodies to promote improved workplace practices and timely resolution of industrial disputes. As a Central West Health employee, you will be well remunerated. Your benefits include generous employer superannuation contribution up to 12.75%; salary packaging to increase your take home pay; 17.5% annual leave loading; career development opportunities. Living in Central West Queensland is ideal for those who enjoy being part of a close-knit, safe, friendly and inclusive community. The outback offers a quiet, relaxed and safe lifestyle and is the perfect location to relax, unwind and enjoy life's simple pleasures. Schools in the west provide more one on one learning with students and there are various work opportunities for partners of healthcare workers with local businesses, property owners and other local and state government agencies. For more insight visit FarOut (gofarout.com.au) It is a condition of employment for this role for the employee to be, and remain, vaccinated against measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, hepatitis B, pertussis and influenza during their employment. About Central West Hospital and Health Service - We are responsible for the delivery of healthcare services to communities across a vast region to 20.6 per cent of Queensland. As a rural and remote hospital and health service, Central West HHS provides a range of community, primary and hospital-based services and has formed strong partnerships with other service providers to collectively support the holistic care to the people of the Central West. Applications should be submitted ONLINE. Include a completed vaccine preventable disease form and evidence of immunity and vaccinations and relevant qualifications with your application. For additional information regarding the responsibilities, mandatory qualifications and/or other requirements for this position please refer to the role description. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. It is recommended that you download the Role Description for future reference. If you have difficulty viewing the role description, contact Central West Recruitment (07) 4650 4017. Microsoft Word or PDF files are supported. Files - max: 2MB each. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. QH Applicant Information Kit (PDF, 917KB) Application Kit Vaccination_tb-risk-assess-questionnaire-workers-hhs (PDF, 177KB) Application Kit Vaccination_Vaccine Preventable Diseases Forms (PDF, 328KB) Application Kit RD_Human Resources Manager_AO6_CW4E568782 (PDF, 267KB) Role Description • Mon, 03 JunQueensland Government
Human Resource Practitioner » Toowoomba Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location South West Qld Job ad reference QLD/SW568909 Closing date 16-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Sarah Harland Contact details 07 4505 1563 Access the National Relay Service Your opportunity As a Human Resource Practitioner your contribution is to: Provide human resource services including human resource consultancy, industrial relations, human resource development, workplace diversity and learning services; Assist the Manager Human Resource Services to develop, implement, maintain and improve systems that effectively support services and contribute to the achievement of corporate outcomes including delivery including contribution to strategies for recruitment and retention, workforce planning and development and clinical and corporate governance. Be an active participant in the human resource community of practice through participation the local human resource team, management of local human resource projects and participation in Statewide human resource networks and initiatives. The very nature of what we do and who we are is the real opportunity. Providing health care support in the bush is full of challenges, however, it remains the most rewarding of human experiences. Roma is the largest town in the Maranoa Region servicing a catchment population of almost 14,000 and offers an array of city-like conveniences with friendly country hospitality. Roma's newly built hospital hosts an extensive list of services with state of the art facilities. A great place for families in a region traditionally rich with oil and gas and farming industries, Roma boasts an abundance of sports, recreation and schooling options. With annual events such as Easter in the Country and the Roma Races, Roma is fast becoming renowned for its enthusiasm in bringing world class Festivals and Events to the local area, showcasing their community spirit; the same community feel that makes Roma a career move you will wish you had made earlier. What we can do for you Ultimately, we provide you a platform to leapfrog your career with more opportunities to experience a wider scope of practice with less competition due to location and population. Nowhere else will you experience the vast diversity and career advancement other than in rural and remote Queensland. Up to 12.75% employer superannuation contribution Opportunities to progress your career, knowledge and skills Play a pivotal role in supporting our teams delivering better health in the bush Be a part of something bigger South West Hospital and Health Service are part of Queensland Health and partner with many influential and leading organisations to boost partnerships and deliver world-class health care and services. We service an area of more than 310,000 square kilometres, are bordered by three states and cover 21% of Queensland. We provide services to a population of 26,000 via 26 healthcare facilities, consisting of Hospitals, Multipurpose Health Services, Community Clinics, Aged Care Facilities and General Practice Services. Take a look at what Roma has to offer www.romaqueensland.com.au For more information on South West Hospital and Health Service - https://www.southwest.health.qld.gov.au/ Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. info-for-applicants_SWHHS (PDF, 319KB) Information Package for Applicants SW568909 RD (PDF, 280KB) Role Description • Mon, 03 JunQueensland Government
Senior Human Resources Business Partner » Australia - to deliver job-ready skills and meaningful outcomes for students across our state. About the role The Senior Human Resources... organisational objectives, in collaboration with the wider People and Culture team. The Senior Human Resources Business Partner... • Sun, 02 JunGovernment of South Australia$106512 - 115137 per year
Human Resources Business Partner » Pinkenba, QLD - Resources Manager, you will provide full cycle Human Resources support to our Brisbane and Central Queensland Operations...; experience of managing and analysing HR Metrics to find root causes. Completed Tertiary Qualifications in Human Resources... • Sat, 01 JunHaynes People
Human Resources Manager » Central West Area, Central QLD Region - People-centred care | Quality and safety | Integrity and accountability | Investment in staff | Innovation and change What's involved - You will provide a high-level human resource advisory/consultancy service to clients at all levels of the organisation, incorporating human resource policy, industrial relations, performance management, staff development and award entitlement information. Effectively manage human resource casework in key focus areas including grievances and investigations, appeals, discipline, anti-discrimination, equity and diversity, statutory and management reporting and the development of policies, procedures and strategies. Contribute to the effective application of employment relations policies and practices within Queensland Health so as to foster timely resolution of industrial disputes while safeguarding the industrial rights of its employees. Participation in workplace negotiations with unions and professional bodies to promote improved workplace practices and timely resolution of industrial disputes. As a Central West Health employee, you will be well remunerated. Your benefits include generous employer superannuation contribution up to 12.75%; salary packaging to increase your take home pay; 17.5% annual leave loading; career development opportunities. Living in Central West Queensland is ideal for those who enjoy being part of a close-knit, safe, friendly and inclusive community. The outback offers a quiet, relaxed and safe lifestyle and is the perfect location to relax, unwind and enjoy life's simple pleasures. Schools in the west provide more one on one learning with students and there are various work opportunities for partners of healthcare workers with local businesses, property owners and other local and state government agencies. For more insight visit FarOut (gofarout.com.au) It is a condition of employment for this role for the employee to be, and remain, vaccinated against measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, hepatitis B, pertussis and influenza during their employment. About Central West Hospital and Health Service - We are responsible for the delivery of healthcare services to communities across a vast region to 20.6 per cent of Queensland. As a rural and remote hospital and health service, Central West HHS provides a range of community, primary and hospital-based services and has formed strong partnerships with other service providers to collectively support the holistic care to the people of the Central West. Applications should be submitted ONLINE. Include a completed vaccine preventable disease form and evidence of immunity and vaccinations and relevant qualifications with your application. For additional information regarding the responsibilities, mandatory qualifications and/or other requirements for this position please refer to the role description. • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Human Resource Practitioner » Toowoomba Region, Queensland - Your opportunity As a Human Resource Practitioner your contribution is to: Provide human resource services including human resource consultancy, industrial relations, human resource development, workplace diversity and learning services; Assist the Manager Human Resource Services to develop, implement, maintain and improve systems that effectively support services and contribute to the achievement of corporate outcomes including delivery including contribution to strategies for recruitment and retention, workforce planning and development and clinical and corporate governance. Be an active participant in the human resource community of practice through participation the local human resource team, management of local human resource projects and participation in Statewide human resource networks and initiatives. The very nature of what we do and who we are is the real opportunity. Providing health care support in the bush is full of challenges, however, it remains the most rewarding of human experiences. Roma is the largest town in the Maranoa Region servicing a catchment population of almost 14,000 and offers an array of city-like conveniences with friendly country hospitality. Roma's newly built hospital hosts an extensive list of services with state of the art facilities. A great place for families in a region traditionally rich with oil and gas and farming industries, Roma boasts an abundance of sports, recreation and schooling options. With annual events such as Easter in the Country and the Roma Races, Roma is fast becoming renowned for its enthusiasm in bringing world class Festivals and Events to the local area, showcasing their community spirit; the same community feel that makes Roma a career move you will wish you had made earlier. What we can do for you Ultimately, we provide you a platform to leapfrog your career with more opportunities to experience a wider scope of practice with less competition due to location and population. Nowhere else will you experience the vast diversity and career advancement other than in rural and remote Queensland. Up to 12.75% employer superannuation contribution Opportunities to progress your career, knowledge and skills Play a pivotal role in supporting our teams delivering better health in the bush Be a part of something bigger South West Hospital and Health Service are part of Queensland Health and partner with many influential and leading organisations to boost partnerships and deliver world-class health care and services. We service an area of more than 310,000 square kilometres, are bordered by three states and cover 21% of Queensland. We provide services to a population of 26,000 via 26 healthcare facilities, consisting of Hospitals, Multipurpose Health Services, Community Clinics, Aged Care Facilities and General Practice Services. Take a look at what Roma has to offer www.romaqueensland.com.au For more information on South West Hospital and Health Service - https://www.southwest.health.qld.gov.au/ • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Superintendent - Human Resources » Western Australia, Australia - Newmont has recently acquired Newcrest Mining creating the world's leading gold mining company. With operations around the world, our workforce reflects the diversity of the communities where we operate. We aim to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels safe, valued, and supported to bring their whole unique self to work. We bring out the best in each other, inspiring performance, and a shared belief that what we do matters. The Opportunity Join our on-site FIFO HR team based at the Telfer mine in WA. You will be working in a small close-knit team. You will provide advice and delivery of generalist HR activities to all people leaders and employees. You will also be responsible for the leadership and operational direction to the work teams, ensuring resources, capacity and capability are aligned to the work plans Additionally, this opportunity involves providing safe, efficient and cost-effective operational control of Telfer's Human Resources departmental operation in accordance with legal requirements and company objectives. Roster: Fulltime FIFO from Perth, 8 days on 6 days off. Site: Telfer Operations, located in the Great Sandy Desert in Western Australia, Telfer is a fly in out fly out Gold and Copper Mine. Who we're looking for Working in a fast-paced environment, you will play a key role in building strong working relationships and demonstrate an ability to adapt to and support the various changes that often occur within the environment. As the Superintendent - Human Resources, you will ideally possess the following: Tertiary qualified HR Degree or diploma (or equivalent). Significant Experience managing a team of HR professionals Proven ability to apply knowledge of employment legislation, awards and agreements, policies, and best practice Significant experience leading complex workplace investigations. Confidence to speak with authority to technical experts, and provide sound fact-based leadership on Human Resources and related issues An understanding of the FIFO lifestyle and conditions as well as ability to work autonomously in a remote area Passion for HR, driving cultural change, learning and building your HR career, building strong working relationships and providing agile support C Class Manual License is essential To succeed in this role, you will be a forward-looking leader with excellent work-ethics and a passion for continuous improvement. Your ability to communicate effectively and collaborate at all levels in the organisation will work towards achievement of desired outcomes and engagement of your team and key stakeholders. In addition to your finely tuned problem-solving and decision-making abilities, you will also demonstrate: Absolute commitment and leadership in providing a safe working environment Technical and conceptual excellence in anticipating problems and guiding the team to deliver on departmental goals Leadership with the highest professional and ethical standards ensuring all actions are transparent and in accordance with Company policy Participation in site business planning Facilitating site wide annual HR cycles (objective setting, development goals, performance review, talent assessment) Our Commitment to You Newmont is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Underpinned by our values of Safety, Sustainability, Integrity, Responsibility and Inclusion, our commitment is to respect the rights of every individual to work to their highest potential, free of discrimination, as well as the cultures, religions, and governing codes applicable to each country in which we operate. If you share our values and feel that you could make a meaningful difference in this role, submit your application through our website before the advertised closing date. LI-VL1 • Sat, 01 JunNewcrest Mining LTD
Human Resources Coordinator » The Rocks, Sydney - Job Number 24092252 Job Category Human Resources Location Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay, 30 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia VIEW ON MAP Schedule Full-Time Located Remotely? N Relocation? N Position Type Non-Management Human Resources Coordinator Create and maintain filing systems. Create and type office correspondence using a computer. Distribute and route mail. Order and track Human Resources office supplies and forms. Answer phone calls and record messages. Create new employee personnel file. Assist walk-in candidates with application procedures. Maintain space designated for completing applications and ensure it is clean, well maintained, and accessible to individuals with disabilities. Respond to questions, requests, and concerns from employees and management regarding company and Human Resources programs, policies and guidelines. Inform Human Resources management of issues related to employee relations within the division or property. Maintain confidentiality and security of employee and property records, files, and information. Ensure accurate maintenance of all employee records and files (e.g., interview documents, I-9's). Follow all company policies and procedures; ensure uniform and personal appearance are clean and professional; maintain confidentiality of proprietary information; protect company assets. Report accidents, injuries, and unsafe work conditions to manager. Welcome and acknowledge all guests according to company standards. Speak with others using clear and professional language; prepare and review written documents accurately and completely; answer telephones using appropriate etiquette. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with others; support team to reach common goals; listen and respond appropriately to the concerns of other employees. Ensure adherence to quality expectations and standards. Enter and locate work-related information using computers and/or point of sale systems. Move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 10 pounds without assistance. Perform other reasonable job duties as requested by Supervisors. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Education: High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent. Related Work Experience: At least 1 year of related work experience. Supervisory Experience: No supervisory experience. License or Certification: None Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer. We believe in hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive, people-first culture. We are committed to non-discrimination on any protected basis, such as disability and veteran status, or any other basis covered under applicable law. Marriott Hotels strive to elevate the art of hospitality, innovating at every opportunity while keeping the comfort of the oh-so-familiar all around the globe. As a host with Marriott Hotels, you will help keep the promise of "Wonderful Hospitality. Always." by delivering thoughtful, heartfelt, forward-thinking service that upholds and builds upon this living legacy. With the name that's synonymous with hospitality the world over, we are proud to welcome you to explore a career with Marriott Hotels. In joining Marriott Hotels, you join a portfolio of brands with Marriott International. Be where you can do your best work, begin your purpose, belong to an amazing global team, and become the best version of you. JW Marriott is part of Marriott International's luxury portfolio and consists of more than 100 beautiful properties in gateway cities and distinctive resort locations around the world. JW believes our associates come first. Because if you're happy, our guests will be happy. JW Marriott associates are confident, innovative, genuine, intuitive, and carry on the legacy of the brand's namesake and company founder, J.Willard Marriott. Our hotels offer a work experience unlike any other, where you'll be part of a community and enjoy true camaraderie with a diverse group of co-workers. JW creates opportunities for training, development, recognition and most importantly, a place where you can pursue your passions in a luxury environment with a focus on holistic well-being. Treating guests exceptionally starts with the way we take care of our associates. That's The JW Treatment. In joining JW Marriott, you join a portfolio of brands with Marriott International. Be where you can do your best work, begin your purpose, belong to an amazing global team, and become the best version of you. • Sat, 01 JunMarriott International
Human Resources Manager » Kings Park, Blacktown Area - Bosch Rexroth is looking for a Human Resources Manager with proven experience overseeing cyclical business activies such as payroll, compliance training, salary reviews and succession planning. The successful individual will oversee talent acquisition, performance management, IR & ER activities. As part of this role the HR Manager will also drive learning and development and people and culture initiatives. Other responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Grow a high-performance culture that aligns with the strategic and operational priorities of the organisation. Leading and managing the recruitment function. Planning and coordination of training and development processes. Supporting competence management (CptM) and annual training plan. Coordination of GPD / People Dialogue, TAR and ASR processes. Ensure payroll procedures and payroll related taxation processes are meeting the legal requirements. Ensure C/AU, QMM audit requirements are met Management of employee workers compensation claims and back to work programs after injury. Coordination of Bosch associate surveys. Management of Personnel Marketing activities Leading Diversity and Leadership development projects. Design, develop and implement adaptive HR strategies that will attract, engage, develop and retain employees. Facilitates the division or site strategy in their area of responsibility by implementing appropriate HR measures. Ensures the implementation of HR standards, policies and processes in their area of responsibility. Any other duties so determined by the Company within or outside the Human Resources Department. Qualifications Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident. Breadth and depth of experience in both strategic and operational HR experience Relevant tertiary qualifications or relevant professional experience Proven experience in workers compensation processes. Excellent people skills, communication, and presentation skills. Proven experience in recruitment, leadership development, competency management. Fluency in written and spoken English is essential. Proven experience in strategic and operational HR. Experience in overseeing payroll processes. • Sat, 01 JunRobert Bosch Tool Corporation
Human Resource Officer » Morley, Bayswater Area - Independent Public School - North Metropolitan Education Region Morley Senior High School Human Resource Officer 00040675 Level 3, $74,586 - $80,014 per annum (pro-rata) (DOE (SSO) CA 2022) Advertised Vacancy Number: IPS/SS898133 This is a permanent full-time position commencing Term 3, 2024 Morley Senior High School (SHS) is seeking to appoint a dedicated Human Resource Officer to join their friendly team. The role of the Human Resource Officer is to provide a comprehensive Human Resource consultancy service to all school staff. This includes support and advice on human resource legislation, policies, and procedures. You will coordinate end to end recruitment activities such as deployment, recruitment, selection, and appointment processes. You should have the ability to coordinate leave and relief management and assist with staff timetabling and rostering processes. You will also be responsible for monitoring the operation of human resource management systems, including payroll processing, validation and mandatory reporting requirements, along with Working with Children and Criminal Screening checks, pre-employment requirements and appointment documentation. The ideal applicant should possess the ability to contribute to continuous improvement and innovation to maximise opportunities. Liaising with senior staff within the Department, other schools and agencies on a diverse range of issues to assist the principal and the Executive team will be an essential element of the role. The successful applicant will also support the coordination of the daily operations of the Principal's office, providing an administrative function to the Principal including: preparation and coordination of correspondence and other duties as required by the principal. The successful applicant will ideally have sound verbal, written and interpersonal communications skills, including the ability to undertake effective negotiations and build positive relationships with staff at all levels. You should have highly developed organisational skills and be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality. Morley SHS's vision is to celebrate diversity and cater for the needs of all students, with the goal of everyone achieving their personal best. We strive to foster a culture of continuous improvement and high expectations in a supportive, engaging, and challenging learning environment. Education at Morley SHS is considered a partnership between staff, student, parents, and the wider community. We take every opportunity to recognise and celebrate our cultural and ethnic diversity, and promote understanding and tolerance, in both our academic and non-academic endeavours. This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy. Applicants assessed as suitable during this selection process may be considered for other similar vacancies that occur throughout our school for up to 12 months following this initial appointment. This includes circumstances where this position becomes subsequently vacant should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position. To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements (selection criteria): Ability to provide effective support and input into the development, implementation and monitoring of human resource management systems and processes. Sound written, oral and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to liaise effectively with staff and work within a team environment. Sound knowledge and skills in human resource management, including research, planning and recruitment practices. Conceptual, analytical and problem solving skills and the ability to implement appropriate strategies. Applications will be assessed against these work related (selection criteria) of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. The Department is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and persons from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. Further information about Morley Senior High School can be found by visiting morleyshs.wa.edu.au or Schools Online. Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here. For further job related information: Please contact Sharon Bennett, Finance Officer, by telephoning (08) 9376 5555 or emailing Sharon.Bennetteducation.wa.edu.au Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Sat, 01 JunWestern Australia Government
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Human Resource Manager » Perth CBD, Perth - Join us in Perth as our Manager, Human Resources (HR) Title: Manager, Human Resources (HR), based in Perth WA. The Role: Our client, a leading real estate company headquartered in Singapore, is seeking a dynamic and experienced Human Resources Manager to establish and lead our inaugural HR department in Perth, Australia. Reporting directly to the Country General Manager and collaborating closely with the Director, Group Human Resources in Singapore, you will play a pivotal role in shaping and executing HR strategies for our newest branch. Key Responsibilities: Partner with key stakeholders on HR activities and projects. Develop annual HR planning and strategy in collaboration with leadership. Support managers in compliance, employee retention, and engagement initiatives. Lead workforce planning and recruitment efforts. Oversee onboarding, induction, and offboarding processes. Manage developmental requirements and performance management. Own HR policies, procedures, and documentation. Drive cultural recognition initiatives aligned with company values. Produce monthly management reports on KPIs, movements, and compliance. Contribute to internal communication regarding people moves and milestones. To be successful, you will bring: Proven experience in a Generalist HR role, ideally within the real estate sector. Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management, Business, or equivalent. Expertise in partnering with internal and external stakeholders. Knowledge of Modern Slavery Act and relevant employment laws. Ability to build strong relationships across all levels of the organization. Excellent planning, organizational, and collaborative skills. Familiarity with HRIS (Human Resource Information System) is a plus. Why our client? Join our client in establishing their first HR department in Perth and be part of a pioneering team that is shaping the future of real estate in Australia. This is a unique opportunity to bring your HR expertise to a renowned company expanding its footprint globally. Apply Now To apply, please submit your resume here with us today. We look forward to welcoming a visionary HR professional to our team www.labourhireandrecruitment.com.au www.lhr.net.au • Thu, 30 MayLHR
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Human Resources Coordinator » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Number 24092252 Job Category Human Resources Location Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay, 30 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Schedule Full-Time Located Remotely? N Relocation? N Position Type Non-Management Human Resources Coordinator Create and maintain filing systems. Create and type office correspondence using a computer. Distribute and route mail. Order and track Human Resources office supplies and forms. Answer phone calls and record messages. Create new employee personnel file. Assist walk-in candidates with application procedures. Maintain space designated for completing applications and ensure it is clean, well maintained, and accessible to individuals with disabilities. Respond to questions, requests, and concerns from employees and management regarding company and Human Resources programs, policies and guidelines. Inform Human Resources management of issues related to employee relations within the division or property. Maintain confidentiality and security of employee and property records, files, and information. Ensure accurate maintenance of all employee records and files (e.g., interview documents, I-9's). Follow all company policies and procedures; ensure uniform and personal appearance are clean and professional; maintain confidentiality of proprietary information; protect company assets. Report accidents, injuries, and unsafe work conditions to manager. Welcome and acknowledge all guests according to company standards. Speak with others using clear and professional language; prepare and review written documents accurately and completely; answer telephones using appropriate etiquette. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with others; support team to reach common goals; listen and respond appropriately to the concerns of other employees. Ensure adherence to quality expectations and standards. Enter and locate work-related information using computers and/or point of sale systems. Move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 10 pounds without assistance. Perform other reasonable job duties as requested by Supervisors. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Education: High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent. Related Work Experience: At least 1 year of related work experience. Supervisory Experience: No supervisory experience. License or Certification: None Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer. We believe in hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive, people-first culture. We are committed to non-discrimination on any protected basis, such as disability and veteran status, or any other basis covered under applicable law. Marriott Hotels strive to elevate the art of hospitality, innovating at every opportunity while keeping the comfort of the oh-so-familiar all around the globe. As a host with Marriott Hotels, you will help keep the promise of "Wonderful Hospitality. Always." by delivering thoughtful, heartfelt, forward-thinking service that upholds and builds upon this living legacy. With the name that's synonymous with hospitality the world over, we are proud to welcome you to explore a career with Marriott Hotels. In joining Marriott Hotels, you join a portfolio of brands with Marriott International. Be where you can do your best work, begin your purpose, belong to an amazing global team, and become the best version of you. JW Marriott is part of Marriott International's luxury portfolio and consists of more than 100 beautiful properties in gateway cities and distinctive resort locations around the world. JW believes our associates come first. Because if you're happy, our guests will be happy. JW Marriott associates are confident, innovative, genuine, intuitive, and carry on the legacy of the brand's namesake and company founder, J.Willard Marriott. Our hotels offer a work experience unlike any other, where you'll be part of a community and enjoy true camaraderie with a diverse group of co-workers. JW creates opportunities for training, development, recognition and most importantly, a place where you can pursue your passions in a luxury environment with a focus on holistic well-being. Treating guests exceptionally starts with the way we take care of our associates. That's The JW Treatment. In joining JW Marriott, you join a portfolio of brands with Marriott International. Be where you can do your best work,? begin your purpose, belong to an amazing global? team, and become the best version of you. • Wed, 29 MayMarriott
Human Resource Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - Expert Care Services PTY LTD Human Resource Manager Expert Care Services Pty Ltd Kingswood, NSW $80000- $95000 a year – Full time Job details Pay $80000- $95000 a year Job Type Full – time Shift and Schedule 38 hours per week Location Kingswood, NSW 2747 Benefits Work from home when required Full Job Description The company The HR Manager is responsible for overseeing all aspects of human resources practices and processes. They will support business needs and ensure the proper implementation of company strategy and objectives. The HR Manager promotes corporate values and enables business success through human resources management, including job design, recruitment, performance management, training & development, employment cycle changes, talent management, and facilities management services. About the role: You will leverage your HR experience to hit the ground running, in this challenging and highly rewarding ECS opportunity. Reporting directly to the Operation Manager, you'll collaborate with a vibrant team of ECS professionals, offering world-class support to business unit leaders, team members, and stakeholders. Your role will encompass a diverse range of General HR responsibilities. Key Responsibilities: Establishing and maintaining professional working relationships with clients through the provision of high quality, timely and accurate advice on a broad range of Human Resources (HR) and Employee Relations (ER) matters including employment conditions, workforce planning organisational design, performance management, recruitment & selection, discipline, grievances, employee relations and dispute resolution. Compile employment contracts, position descriptions, policies, procedures, and performance improvement plans. Providing interpretation, counsel and support around policies, procedures, programs, and employee life cycle activities. Providing sound interpretation and advice on awards and NES to ensure compliance with relevant employment legislation. Leading and/or managing a range of human resource related projects such as performance reviews, career development, recruitment and Flow logic database implementation Determining, implementing, monitoring, reviewing and evaluating human resource management strategies, policies and plans to meet business needs Advising and facilitating training for people leaders and employees as needed including recruitment and selection practices, and appropriate induction, training and development programs Developing and implementing performance management systems to plan, appraise and improve individual and team performance Developing and implementing occupational health and safety programs and equal employment opportunity programs, and ensuring compliance with related statutory requirements Overseeing the application of redundancy and other employee retrenchment policies Monitoring employment costs and productivity levels Liaise with finance/payroll teams Liaise with external accounts advisor Support the HR Director with internal HR initiatives and programs Foster effective relationships in all areas of the business Competencies and experience: You will be a degree qualified with 2 years’ experience as an HR Manager with experience across the full employee lifecycle including recruitment, onboarding, performance management, employee relations (including administration), reporting and process. You will thrive in a busy environment, multitask effectively and adept at working in a high-volume environment across a wide range of stakeholders and industries with excellent communication and influencing skills. You will have a solid understanding and interpretive knowledge of legislation, frameworks and industrial instruments governing employment in Australia. You will be a motivated self-starter with a positive attitude and demonstrate a proactive approach to tackling tasks efficiently and effectively. You must have the ability to appropriately interact with management and staff at all levels. You will be dedicated to partnering with your client base as well as working in a collaborative team environment and committed to team success. Above all you will be kind natured. About Culture & Benefits: In return, you will join a truly exciting, rapidly growing NDIS business that boasts a supportive and collaborative environment with a focus on the development and training of their people. An organisation that values HR and strives for an exceptional employee experience. You will enjoy a 5- day work per week. If this position sound like you, apply online now For a confidential discussion please contact Soumya Biswas or s.biswasexpertcareservices.com.au Job Type: Full-time Pay: $80,000.00 – $95,000.00 per year Benefits: Work from home when required Work Authorisation: Australia (Required) Work Location: Kingswood, NSW 2747 Disclaimer: This job is posted through WorkinAUS platform. Salary: $80000-95000 Job Publish: 28-05-2024 Job Expire: 27-06-2024 • Wed, 29 MayExpert Care Services PTY LTD
Human Resources Administrator » Perth, WA - Resources Administrator to join the Project Ceres team in Perth. The Reporting to the Human Resources Manager... Human Resources). Our benefits We have created an environment that brings out the best in our people. Clough’s people... • Tue, 28 MayClough
Human Resource Coordinator » North Sydney, NSW - associated. Skills/Experience Degree qualification in Human Resources. 2-3 years' experience in a Human Resource...Human Resource Coordinator/ Analyst Leading Communications Technology giant is hiring for a HR Coordinator/ Analyst... • Tue, 28 MayManpower
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Human Resources Coordinator » Sydney, NSW - Job Description: Job Number 24092252 Job Category Human Resources Location Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel... Position Type Non-Management Human Resources Coordinator Create and maintain filing systems. Create and type office... • Tue, 28 MayMarriott
Human Resources Manager » Kings Park, Blacktown Area - Job Description Bosch Rexroth is looking for a Human Resources Manager with proven experience overseeing cyclical business activies such as payroll, compliance training, salary reviews and succession planning. The successful individual will oversee talent acquisition, performance management, IR & ER activities. As part of this role the HR Manager will also drive learning and development and people and culture initiatives. Other responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Grow a high-performance culture that aligns with the strategic and operational priorities of the organisation. Leading and managing the recruitment function. Planning and coordination of training and development processes. Supporting competence management (CptM) and annual training plan. Coordination of GPD / People Dialogue, TAR and ASR processes. Ensure payroll procedures and payroll related taxation processes are meeting the legal requirements. Ensure C/AU, QMM audit requirements are met Management of employee workers compensation claims and back to work programs after injury. Coordination of Bosch associate surveys. Management of Personnel Marketing activities Leading Diversity and Leadership development projects. Design, develop and implement adaptive HR strategies that will attract, engage, develop and retain employees. Facilitates the division or site strategy in their area of responsibility by implementing appropriate HR measures. Ensures the implementation of HR standards, policies and processes in their area of responsibility. Any other duties so determined by the Company within or outside the Human Resources Department. • Tue, 28 MayRexroth
Human Resources Adviser » Sydney, NSW - The Role An exciting opportunity exists for a Human Resources Adviser to join the McCullough Robertson Sydney HR team...! Reporting to the Head of Human Resources - Sydney, this position is responsible for driving the Graduate and Clerk program... • Tue, 28 MayMcCullough Robertson
Human Resource Advisor » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Do you enjoy leading and planning events and intiatives that bring people together and contribute to a positive culture across the workplace?Would you like to be part of a team that values collaboration and the development of partnerships within the organisation? Are you willing to step outside your comfort zone and pursue a career where you will be challenged personally and professionally?Are you hard-working and motivated to achieve successful outcomes for the organisation and its people? If this sounds like you, you are encouraged to submit an application for the role of Human Resource Advisor (AO4) within the TAFE Queensland SkillsTech (TQST) People & Culture team based at our Acacia Ridge campus. Your Opportunity: As a key member of the TAFE Queensland SkillsTech People & Culture Team, you will be responsible for partnering with a range of internal and external stakeholders to lead and support the delivery of a range of Human Resources activities across the Region. This vacancy is a fixed-term temporary opportunity through to 5 November 2025 backfilling an incumbent on parental leave. This position reports to the Manager, Human Resources. Salary The salary range for this position at the AO4 classification is $86,575 - $96,034 (gross) per annum. Benefits Four (4) weeks recreation leave (accrued annually) Flexible work options (e.g. Purchased leave, compressed hours, telecommuting) 12.75% Superannuation and Salary packaging options available Professional development and study assistance available Wellbeing initiatives and social responsibility programs Access to Employee Assistance Program Access to private health corporate plans and corporate discounts (e.g. Fitness Passport, Apple products, Dell products, Lenovo products) Comprehensive Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) support options Work at Home Software (e.g. Adobe and Microsoft software) Employee discounts or deals related to work-at-home software, Apple products, Dell products, Lenovo products, fitness passports, and private health insurance. Annual staff recognition awards and years of service recognition Pride Network for LGBTQIA employees and allies White Ribbon Australia Accredited Workplace Free car parking Key Responsibilities: Contribute to the success of cultural change within the organisation through promoting and modelling SkillsTech's core values and Agreed Behaviours and the established TAFE Queensland values of Working Together, Focussing on our Customer, Taking Responsibility, Showing Initiative, and Safety First. Apply relevant project management strategies to lead and/or coordinate a number of human resources related projects, events and/or initiatives for the Region; and where relevant, represent the Region's interests on TAFE Queensland wide project/working groups to capitalise on synergies with TAFE Queensland wide strategies and priorities. Maintain a working knowledge of current human resource legislation, regulations, policies, procedures and practices to ensure the provision of accurate and timely advice to Region managers and employees across a broad range of human resources functions. Coordinate a range of human resources related activities and processes, including but not limited to: flexible work arrangements; higher duties reviews; fixed-term temporary and casual employment reviews; temporary end dates; increments; compilation and monitoring of human resources related documentation and approvals; and employee surveys. Provide training, support and informal mentoring/coaching to other Region employees with a view to building workforce capability. Interrogate and analyse human resources related data, providing regular, accurate and meaningful reports to enable the Senior Executive Team (SET), local managers, and the People & Culture team to proactively engage in strategic and operational workforce planning, management and development activities. Actively participate in relevant operational networks and working parties throughout TAFE Queensland, providing representation and advocacy on behalf of the Region. Provide administrative and financial services to support the People & Culture team. Contribute to continuous improvement by proactively seeking and facilitating opportunities to impart knowledge to team members and through active participation in the development and review of business processes, documentation and practices as they relate to human resources. Proactively participate in local Performance Planning and Development (PPD) processes, seeking opportunities for self-development and contributing to the maximisation of developmental opportunities for members of the People & Culture team. How you will be assessed: The ideal applicant will be someone who has the following key capabilities: Sound knowledge of, and the ability to interpret and apply, human resource management legislation, policies, procedures and practices. Highly developed interpersonal, written and oral communication skills as evidenced by the ability to liaise, consult and negotiate with internal and external stakeholders and prepare accurate and meaningful advice, reports, correspondence and presentations. Demonstrated skill in the use of a range of computerised systems and applications relevant to Human Resources, including but not limited to Aurion Employee Self-Service, Aurion Client, Power BI Reporting, Service Now, and the Microsoft Office suite of products, including the ability to ensure data accuracy and integrity, generate and analyse reports, and provide evidence-based recommendations and advice. Demonstrated communication and problem solving skills, including managing issues of a sensitive and confidential nature with tact and discretion, workings effectively under pressure, prioritising tasks, and delivering successful outcomes within specified timeframes, either independently or as a member of a team. Proven ability to contribute to a high performing human resources team, establishing meaningful connections with employees throughout the organisation, effectively building trust and rapport, and contributing positively to cultural change. Desirable: Job Evaluation Management System (JEMS) accreditation. How to Apply: If you are interested in this role, click the 'Apply' button to submit your application via the TAFE Queensland Recruitment Portal. When submitting your application, please ensure you provide the following: A detailed resume; A cover letter that outlines your known skills, abilities, knowledge and experience in response to the “How you will be assessed” criteria above (maximum of 2 pages in total); and The contact details for two referees (one of whom is your current supervisor) Closing date: 9:00am, Monday 10 June 2024. Job Reference Number: TQ2024-584 Contact: Kathleen HunterManager, Human ResourcesTelephone: (07) 3244 0572Email: Kathleen.Huntertafeqld.edu.au About TAFE Queensland TAFE Queensland is proud to be the largest and most experienced Vocational Education and Training provider in the State. For more than 140 years, TAFE Queensland has delivered practical and industry-relevant training to provide students with the skills and experience they need to build lifelong careers. We have recently been named State Winner of the 2023 Large Training Provider of the Year at the prestigious Queensland Training Awards and the Australian Training Awards. Our training is delivered to students and apprentices on-site, online, in the workplace, or on-campus to give people the skills they need to enrich their communities, support their industries, and strengthen their local economies. By working at TAFE Queensland, you can be a part of a highly experienced workforce closely connected with their industries and dedicated to delivering best practices and innovative training. In TAFE Queensland, SkillsTech region, we have a strong focus on workplace culture and we value employee collaboration, strong leadership and high performing teams. We believe that every employee has a role to play in “making great happen” through the embodiment of the following agreed behaviours in all the at we do: Show gratitude Collaborate proactively We do what we say Solutions focussed • Tue, 28 MayQueensland Government
Human Resources Administration » The Rocks, Sydney - As Human Resources Administrator you will be responsible for providing effective and efficient administration support to facilitate colleague recruitment, onboarding, engagement, occupational health, and safety training requirements and maintain accurate payroll systems within the hotel. This role is a great opportunity for entry level step into the world of Human Resources and to be part of one of Sydney's most iconic Hotels. The position is initially Permanent Part Time 30 hours p/w with a view to increased duties and F/T hours for the right candidate. YOUR DAY-TO-DAY Set up and maintain personnel files and records for all employees. Track recruitment approvals, ensuring compliance with IHG CSA requirements and support Hiring Managers with recruitment administration as required. Draft employment contracts for approval using templates in the Onboarding System Send approved contracts and other hiring documents to candidates through the Onboarding System and track completion aligned to payroll timelines. Set up new colleagues in the Payroll System according to Award and contract rules. Allocate necessary training requirement through the Mylearning system. Request or terminate IHG systems access as required. Check immigration statuses through Immi Account. Audit files to ensure compliance with Fair Work, IHG and all other compliance measures. Complete personal mandatory training as required and participate in development activities. Comply with IHG Policies, especially Information Security and Data Privacy requirements. Other ad-hoc duties - unexpected moments when we must pull together to get a task done WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU A degree/diploma in Human Resources or a related field, or relevant work experience in Human Resources / Administration is desirable. Excellent administrational skills, computer skills with various software including Microsoft suite must be proficient in excel Well presented & self-motivated with good interpersonal skills Good communication, spoken and written, with attention to detail WHAT WE OFFER Free staff meals Free Dry Cleaning Additional leave day for your birthday Amazing staff discounts at IHG Hotels around the world Employee discounts for shopping Room to grow your career Our mission is to welcome everyone and create inclusive teams where we celebrate difference and encourage colleagues to bring their whole selves to work. IHG Hotels & Resorts provides equal employment opportunities to applicants and employees So, join us and you'll become part of our ever-growing global family. • Tue, 28 MayInterContinental Hotels Group
Human Resources Administrator » Australia - Job Number 24091102 Job Category Human Resources Location Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort Gold Coast, 71 Sea World Drive, Main Beach, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia VIEW ON MAP Schedule Full-Time Located Remotely? N Relocation? N Position Type Non-Management We are looking for a dedicated and detail-oriented Human Resources Administrator to join our team to provide support to employee enquiries. If you are passionate about Human Resources and have strong administrative skills, we want to hear from you The Company Marriott International is the world's leading global hospitality company, with more brands, more hotels and more opportunities for associates to grow and succeed. With 8,000 properties, you'll find us in your neighbourhood and in more than 130 countries across the globe. Learn about our 30 hotel brands at www.marriott.com/marriott-brands.mi. Find Your World. Marriott International has been certified as a Great Place To Work Australia New Zealand Pty Ltd. This accreditation cements our reputation as an employer of choice, and demonstrates that our company core value 'Put People First', means we are providing associates with what is most important to them. The Benefits Enjoy the benefits of unlimited career opportunities, to attract and retain the best and brightest people for our team, we offer a range of exceptional benefits, including: Generous discounts on accommodation, food, beverage and spa treatments around the world - for you, your family and friends too Exclusive discounts on local gym memberships, health cover, electronics, appliances and more Discounted Meals Discounted onsite parking Enhanced Super - For every 5 years of continuous service in Marriott Hotels, we'll contribute an additional 1% to your nominated superannuation fund Employee Assistance Program - make the most of confidential counselling and support for you and your immediate family - all fully-covered by us. Personalised online and in-person training Complimentary Laundry. Birthday Leave - each year you get the gift of 1 day paid leave to spend at any point during your birthday month The Hotel Surrounded by lush tropical gardens and sparkling blue lagoons, Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Gold Coast offers over 295 guest rooms and suites, award winning restaurants and bars and over 14 conference and meeting spaces, all in an absolute beachfront environment. The Role This pivotal role plays a crucial part in maintaining HR records, streamlining recruitment procedures, supporting employee on-boarding and off-boarding, and guaranteeing the seamless operation of our HR department. It offers an outstanding opportunity for individuals aspiring to advance in the field of Human Resources and create a meaningful impact on the employee journey. Key Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: Facilitating on-boarding, including conducting induction and orientation sessions, and ensuring the completion of all necessary documentation. Managing off-boarding procedures, encompassing exit interviews and overseeing termination paperwork. Maintaining accurate and current electronic HR records, including personnel files, benefits, and payroll data. Addressing HR-related inquiries and requests from employees and managers promptly and professionally. Contributing to the implementation and upkeep of HR policies and procedures. Aiding in recruitment activities and tasks, such as conducting interviews and conducting reference checks. Coordinating and coordinating various recognition programs within the hotel such as engagement, wellness, and other initiatives throughout the year. Successful Candidates will have: A genuine interest in Human Resources, with a preference for candidates with a background in Human Resources through tertiary education or current enrolment in HR studies. Prior experience in HR administration or a related field is a valuable asset. A friendly, approachable and professional interpersonal style. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive information with professionalism. Strong attention to detail. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, effectively managing multiple deadlines while striving to achieve specific targets and objectives. A willingness to learn and develop your career as a HR professional. Working for Sheraton is so much more than just a job, it's a lifestyle. Be your best. Start your career at Sheraton, where you don't just work - you belong. Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer. We believe in hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive, people-first culture. We are committed to non-discrimination on any protected basis, such as disability and veteran status, or any other basis covered under applicable law. When you join the Sheraton family, you become a member of its global community. We've been a place to gather and connect since 1937. At Sheraton, associates create a sense of belonging in more than 400 communities around the world. We invite, we welcome, and we connect guests through engaging experiences and thoughtful service. If you're a team player who is excited to deliver a meaningful guest experience, we encourage you to explore your next career opportunity with Sheraton. Join us on our mission to be 'The World's Gathering Place'. In joining Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, you join a portfolio of brands with Marriott International. Be where you can do your best work, begin your purpose, belong to an amazing global team, and become the best version of you. • Tue, 28 MayMarriott International
Human Resources Administrator » Gold Coast, Gold Coast Region - Job Number 24091102 Job Category Human Resources Location Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort Gold Coast, 71 Sea World Drive, Main Beach, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia Schedule Full-Time Located Remotely? N Relocation? N Position Type Non-Management We are looking for a dedicated and detail-oriented Human Resources Administrator to join our team to provide support to employee enquiries. If you are passionate about Human Resources and have strong administrative skills, we want to hear from you The Company Marriott International is the world's leading global hospitality company, with more brands, more hotels and more opportunities for associates to grow and succeed. With 8,000 properties, you'll find us in your neighbourhood and in more than 130 countries across the globe. Learn about our 30 hotel brands at www.marriott.com/marriott-brands.mi . Find Your World. Marriott International has been certified as a Great Place To Work® Australia New Zealand Pty Ltd. This accreditation cements our reputation as an employer of choice, and demonstrates that our company core value 'Put People First', means we are providing associates with what is most important to them. The Benefits Enjoy the benefits of unlimited career opportunities, to attract and retain the best and brightest people for our team, we offer a range of exceptional benefits, including: - Generous discounts on accommodation, food, beverage and spa treatments around the world - for you, your family and friends too - Exclusive discounts on local gym memberships, health cover, electronics, appliances and more - Discounted Meals - Discounted onsite parking - Enhanced Super - For every 5 years of continuous service in Marriott Hotels, we'll contribute an additional 1% to your nominated superannuation fund - Employee Assistance Program - make the most of confidential counselling and support for you and your immediate family - all fully-covered by us. - Personalised online and in-person training - Complimentary Laundry. - Birthday Leave - each year you get the gift of 1 day paid leave to spend at any point during your birthday month The Hotel Surrounded by lush tropical gardens and sparkling blue lagoons, Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Gold Coast offers over 295 guest rooms and suites, award winning restaurants and bars and over 14 conference and meeting spaces, all in an absolute beachfront environment. The Role This pivotal role plays a crucial part in maintaining HR records, streamlining recruitment procedures, supporting employee on-boarding and off-boarding, and guaranteeing the seamless operation of our HR department. It offers an outstanding opportunity for individuals aspiring to advance in the field of Human Resources and create a meaningful impact on the employee journey. Key Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: - Facilitating on-boarding, including conducting induction and orientation sessions, and ensuring the completion of all necessary documentation. - Managing off-boarding procedures, encompassing exit interviews and overseeing termination paperwork. - Maintaining accurate and current electronic HR records, including personnel files, benefits, and payroll data. - Addressing HR-related inquiries and requests from employees and managers promptly and professionally. - Contributing to the implementation and upkeep of HR policies and procedures. - Aiding in recruitment activities and tasks, such as conducting interviews and conducting reference checks. - Coordinating and coordinating various recognition programs within the hotel such as engagement, wellness, and other initiatives throughout the year. Successful Candidates will have: - A genuine interest in Human Resources, with a preference for candidates with a background in Human Resources through tertiary education or current enrolment in HR studies. - Prior experience in HR administration or a related field is a valuable asset. - A friendly, approachable and professional interpersonal style. - Proficiency with Microsoft Office, particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint. - Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. - Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive information with professionalism. - Strong attention to detail. - Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, effectively managing multiple deadlines while striving to achieve specific targets and objectives. - A willingness to learn and develop your career as a HR professional. Working for Sheraton is so much more than just a job, it's a lifestyle. Be your best. Start your career at Sheraton, where you don't just work - you belong. Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer. We believe in hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive, people-first culture. We are committed to non-discrimination on any protected basis, such as disability and veteran status, or any other basis covered under applicable law. When you join the Sheraton family, you become a member of its global community. We've been a place to gather and connect since 1937. At Sheraton, associates create a sense of belonging in more than 400 communities around the world. We invite, we welcome, and we connect guests through engaging experiences and thoughtful service. If you're a team player who is excited to deliver a meaningful guest experience, we encourage you to explore your next career opportunity with Sheraton. Join us on our mission to be 'The World's Gathering Place'. In joining Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, you join a portfolio of brands with Marriott International. Be where you can do your best work,? begin your purpose, belong to an amazing global? team, and become the best version of you. • Sun, 26 MayMarriott
Human Resources Administration » Sydney, Sydney Region - As Human Resources Administrator you will be responsible for providing effective and efficient administration support to facilitate colleague recruitment, onboarding, engagement, occupational health, and safety training requirements and maintain accurate payroll systems within the hotel. This role is a great opportunity for entry level step into the world of Human Resources and to be part of one of Sydney's most iconic Hotels. The position is initially Permanent Part Time 30 hours p/w with a view to increased duties and F/T hours for the right candidate. YOUR DAY-TO-DAY - Set up and maintain personnel files and records for all employees. - Track recruitment approvals, ensuring compliance with IHG CSA requirements and support Hiring Managers with recruitment administration as required. - Draft employment contracts for approval using templates in the Onboarding System - Send approved contracts and other hiring documents to candidates through the Onboarding - System and track completion aligned to payroll timelines. Set up new colleagues in the Payroll System according to Award and contract rules. - Allocate necessary training requirement through the Mylearning system. - Request or terminate IHG systems access as required. - Check immigration statuses through Immi Account. - Audit files to ensure compliance with Fair Work, IHG and all other compliance measures. - Complete personal mandatory training as required and participate in development activities. - Comply with IHG Policies, especially Information Security and Data Privacy requirements. - Other ad-hoc duties - unexpected moments when we must pull together to get a task done WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU - A degree/diploma in Human Resources or a related field, or relevant work experience in Human Resources / Administration is desirable. - Excellent administrational skills, computer skills with various software including Microsoft suite must be proficient in excel - Well presented & self-motivated with good interpersonal skills - Good communication, spoken and written, with attention to detail WHAT WE OFFER - Free staff meals - Free Dry Cleaning - Additional leave day for your birthday - Amazing staff discounts at IHG Hotels around the world - Employee discounts for shopping - Room to grow your career Our mission is to welcome everyone and create inclusive teams where we celebrate difference and encourage colleagues to bring their whole selves to work. IHG Hotels & Resorts provides equal employment opportunities to applicants and employees So, join us and you'll become part of our ever-growing global family. At IHG, we've made a promise. As one of the world's leading hotel groups, we're here to deliver True Hospitality for Good. Making our guests and colleagues feel welcome, cared for, recognised and respected - wherever they are in the world. Want to be part of the journey? As the world's first and most global luxury hotel brand, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts has pioneered international travel since the 1940s, we are passionate about sharing our renowned international know-how and cultural wisdom in truly impressive surroundings. We all take great pride in being genuine ambassadors of the InterContinental®? brand and to be part of the brand you will have a thirst for travel, passion for culture and appreciation for diversity. We create inspiring experiences for those seeking a richer perspective on the world. If you'd like to embrace a world of opportunities, we'd like to welcome you to the world's most international luxury hotel brand. Don't quite meet every single requirement, but still believe you'd be a great fit for the job? We'll never know unless you hit the 'Apply' button. Start your journey with us today. At IHG Hotels & Resorts, we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We firmly believe that all our colleagues deserve to be treated equally and have the same opportunities to develop and grow their skills within our business and provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and colleagues without regard to an individual's, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital or familial status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. • Sun, 26 MayIHG
Human Resources Manager » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - I am thrilled to be partnering with a leading Brisbane professional services firm are looking for a dynamic Human Resources Manager to join their high performing team. This is a newly created role which will be part of the National HR Leadership Team and will play a critical role in lifting the HR capability across the organisation and develop an enthusiastic team. About the role Reporting into the GM, you will be responsible for a full Generalist remit with a keen focus on Culture, Engagement, Learning and Development and Health and Wellbeing. Some key projects will include onboarding and induction, policy review and implementation and revamping the graduate recruitment strategy. Other key responsibilities: Building strong relationships across the firm; Develop learning frameworks and associated learning programs; Develop the EVP to attract talent; Design support tools for leaders to help them engage and optimise the performance of their teams; this may include goal setting processes, performance review processes and succession; Manage risk, by ensuring the organisation is upholding all legal and regulatory obligations through an effective HR framework around policy and procedure; Manage all Employee Relations matters and be across respective state awards; Drive innovative ideas across the generalist HR remit; Drive D,I &E across the firm; and Champion the health and wellness initiatives across the firm. About you To be successful in this role you will hold an HR degree or similar and have 5 years generalist HR experience, ideally with experience managing most of the HR functions end to end. You will have a passion for innovation and process improvement, be solutions driven and enjoy a dynamic environment. You will be an excellent relationship builder and influencer and therefore able to engage well across all levels of the business and have a high attention to detail, able to operate in both a strategic and operational manner. For more information please call Kate Benson at u&u on 07 3232 9163 , quoting reference number 36618 . At u&u Recruitment Partners, we value diversity, equity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. Should you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, we encourage you to make a request via adjustmentsuandu.com or phone the above-mentioned u&u consultant to discuss. In response to these requests, we will collaborate closely with you to implement the appropriate adjustments. Additionally, for a barrier-free and inclusive online experience, you can access u&u's opportunities using accessibility software Recite Me at https://www.uandu.com/jobs. Alternatively, to submit an application please click the apply button. Please submit your resume in Word format only. Similar opportunities To be successful in this role you will hold an HR degree or similar and have five years generalist HR experience, ideally with experience managing most of the HR functions end to end. You will have a passion for innovation and process improvement, be solutions driven and enjoy a dynamic environment. You will be an excellent relationship builder and influencer and therefore able to engage well across all levels of the business and have a high attention to detail, able to operate in both a strategic and operational manner. • Sat, 25 Mayu&u
Human Resources Manager » South Brisbane, Brisbane - Six month fixed-term contract for a HR Manager to assist this well-loved not for profit charity organisation. The Position & Organisation Reporting to the General Manager People & Culture, you will work across all levels of the organisation providing an informed, professional and efficient service on all aspects of human resource management. In the role, you will bring management experience, passion, innovation and knowledge. You will demonstrate effective values-based leadership to motivate and mentor people to meet key objectives and operational achievements aligned to the company’s mission and values. This role will commence as an initial six month contract and oversee the human resources team (4x direct reports) on all operational day-to-day aspects of the employment life cycle. This organisation is a well respected charity organisation with headquarters in Brisbane, and thousands of volunteers across Australia. Head office is close to public transport and easily accessible in South Brisbane. Key Responsibilities Ensure HR operations are delivered within strategic and operation plans with a focus on meeting business current and future needs. Maintain internal HR systems to ensure effective and streamline support to all employees including acting as a consultant to managers regarding policies and procedures; Lead, coach and support the team of high performing individuals in HR, payroll, recruitment and work collaboratively to build abilities to better support people; Oversee and manage the LMS including company-wide induction, onboarding, compliance and license management ensuring processes are documented with strong knowledge management practices; Ensure competency and compliance with all industrial relations requirements, legislations, enterprise agreements, and State and Federal policies; Evaluate the effectiveness of HR outputs and outcomes and work to a continuous improvement strategy to achieve best practice. Skills and Experience Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, Employment/Industrial Relations or related business management discipline; Strong understanding of industrial relations, complex employment relations, enterprise bargaining and a solid knowledge of Queensland employment legislation; Demonstrated experience as a HR Business Partner or Human Resources Manager with proven capacity to lead operations with expertise across a range of human resources, organisational and cultural change programs; Demonstrated commitment to teamwork and the construction of supportive, collaborative work environment and the ability to lead, supervise, coach and develop employees; Balanced style to be agile and adaptive through organisational change, whilst understanding organisational or department maturity and readiness for change; Strong business partnering and coaching style that can be relatable to frontline staff all the way up to the executive and senior leadership teams. How to Apply If your next move aligns with this position, please apply directly using the link below and attach an updated copy of your resume. Sharp & Carter will be in touch with all applicants and shortlisting will commence immediately for this position. For a confidential conversation about this job opportunity, please call Haylea Smith or Lauren Fraser on 0491 286 873 or reach out to hsmithsharpandcarter.com.au or lfrasersharpandcarter.com.au. • Fri, 24 MaySharp & Carter
Human Resources Officer » Myrup, Esperance Area - Human Resources Officer Salary: Level 3, $79,156 - $84,977 pa, PSCSAA Location: Kalgoorlie Unit/Division: Capability People & Culture Work Type: Fixed Term - Full Time Position No: 40000074 Closing Date: 2024-06-14 4:00 PM Attachments: - Application Information.pdf Human Resources Officer (40000074) - JDF.docx Fixed term contract commencing ASAP until 12 September 2025 with possible further fixed term and/or permanent appointment. Central Regional TAFE is responsible for delivering customer focused, industry aligned training and pathways to higher education to build a skilled, productive and employment ready workforce. We deliver 185 courses to 10,000 students each year in the Mid West region - Geraldton, Batavia Coast Maritime Institute and Technology Park, the Gascoyne region - Carnarvon and Exmouth, the Goldfields region - Kalgoorlie and the Wheatbelt region - Northam, Merredin and Moora. We are an equal opportunity employer who is committed to supporting a culturally diverse workforce that welcomes and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, young people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Central Regional TAFE is committed to improving employment opportunities and outcomes to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. As a measure to achieve equality Section 51 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (WA) will apply to this position. Therefore, preference will be given to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Find out more by visiting our website: www.centralregionaltafe.wa.edu.au About the role The Human Resources Officer provides information and support to managers and staff in accordance with Human Resource policy and processes in line with relevant legislation. Liaising with and acting as a conduit between the College and Training Sector Employee Services (TSES) in relation to recruitment, selection, appointment and payroll related matters. To be successful in this role you will ideally have experience working in a busy and dynamic Human Resource environment, with a genuine commitment to assisting and supporting staff and managers with HR practices. Working as part of a small geographically dispersed team, you will be exposed to a broad range of HR activities ranging from advisory services, payroll, recruitment and reporting. Work Benefits Our employees have access to a range of benefits including: Salary packaging/sacrifice facility 11% employer super contribution Deferred salary scheme - receive 80% salary for four years with the fifth year as a paid sabbatical leave from the workplace Thirteen weeks paid long service leave after 7 years Fifteen days personal leave Four weeks annual leave and an option to accrue ten additional days extra leave each year Flexible working hours Paid parental leave - 14 weeks For Further Job Related Information Please contact Sadie Rafanelli, Consultant Capability & Culture on (08) 9956 2836 or email sadie.rafanellicrtafe.wa.edu.au Ready to Apply? Please refer to the Form for full position details and the Application Information as these documents will assist you with the preparation of your application. Advertised Vacancy Reference Number: CRG054.24S Applicants are required to apply online and need to submit: A comprehensive Resume including two professional referees A written application addressing the selection criteria as outlined in the attached JDF To submit your application, please click on the • Fri, 24 MayWestern Australia Government
Human resource manager » Victoria, Australia - Rishi Sunbury Pty Ltd Hiring an HR manager to handle tasks like recruiting top talent, managing employee relations, developing training programs, ensuring legal compliance, and driving strategic initiatives to support organizational goals. Essentially take care of everything related to the organization's most valuable asset—its people. Benefits Competitive Salary Career Growth Opportunities Health and Wellness Benefits Task & Responsibilities Lead the hiring process, from creating job descriptions to conducting interviews and making hiring decisions. Handle conflicts, grievances, and disciplinary actions, ensuring fair treatment and adherence to company policies. Organize training programs to enhance employee skills and knowledge, fostering professional growth and performance improvement. Design and manage employee compensation packages, including salaries, bonuses, and benefits such as healthcare and retirement plans. Develops HR policies and ensure compliance with labor laws and regulations, promoting a safe and inclusive workplace. Oversee performance evaluations, goal setting, and feedback mechanisms to drive employee productivity and development. Handle administrative tasks like payroll processing, maintaining employee records, and managing HR databases. Implement initiatives to boost employee morale, engagement, and retention, fostering a positive work culture. Contribute to organizational strategy by aligning HR practices with business objectives, supporting growth and competitiveness. Select and implement HR software systems to streamline processes like recruitment, payroll, and performance management. Facilitate organizational change initiatives, supporting employees through transitions and ensuring smooth implementation. Qualification & Experience Bachelor's degree in HR, Business, or related field; Master's degree preferred. 4 years in HR roles, progressing to management positions. Strong understanding of employment laws and regulations. Ability to align HR practices with organizational goals. Effective verbal, written, and listening abilities. Capable of leading and managing HR staff. Skilled in resolving complex HR issues. Maintains confidentiality and adheres to ethical standards. About Company We are a longstanding family-owned and operated Newsagency, proudly serving the Sunbury community from the same location for years. Our store is well-known for offering a wide selection of newspapers, magazines, greeting cards, and Tattslotto services. Beyond our traditional offerings, we have expanded to become a diverse retail destination. Our large store features an extensive range of gifts, homewares, and high-quality, relaxed clothing and shoes that are both comfortable and stylish. All our products are beautifully merchandised to create an inviting shopping experience. Disclaimer: This job is posted through WorkinAUS platform. Salary: $70000-80000 Job Publish: 23-05-2024 Job Expire: 22-06-2024 • Fri, 24 MayRishi Sunbury Pty Ltd
Human Resources Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Our Company Part of the NEP worldwide network, NEP Live Events is a leading technology provider for the television, sports, music and events industries in the Asia Pacific region, operating under two brands Big Picture and Creative Technology, with warehouse and office locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Auckland & Wellington. Our philosophy is one continuous improvement, striving to deliver superior technical solutions and unmatched quality to our clients. We achieve this by clearly understanding our clients' needs, maintaining strong communication, and applying value-added technologies to every project. Our people are the key to this success, bringing their expertise, dedication, and innovative thinking to ensure the best outcomes for our clients. Creative Technology Australia is currently looking for a Human Resources Manager to ensure that day-to-day HR requirements are met with excellence, while proactively supporting the Management Team to drive efficiencies throughout the Business. This person should have the desire to work within the Live Events and Broadcast industries The position This role is both varied and fulfilling, requiring the HR Manager to maintain impartiality, professionalism, and confidentiality at all times. Acting as an Ambassador for the Company, the HR Manager aims to deliver a professional, pleasant, and supportive attitude to the Management Team and Colleagues, in line with our Core Values. The role demands the highest levels of integrity and diligence in all tasks and internal interactions. The Human Resources Manager functions as both an operational (80%) and strategic (20%) partner to our ANZ operations, leading HR practices and managing the overall administration, coordination, and evaluation of the HR function to align with business objectives. Ensuring compliance with all relevant employment laws and regulations is a critical aspect of this role. Based in Melbourne and reporting to the Finance Director, this role extends HR support and guidance across all locations in the ANZ region. The Payroll Officer reports directly to this position. Key Responsibilities but not limited to: Human Resources • Responsible for effective human resources function management for employees across the ANZ locations in partnership with Global HR and Local Senior Leadership Team • Develop and execute the HR strategic plan that aligns with and supports the overall business strategic business plan. • Oversee recruitment process, selection, on-boarding, and probation. • Talent management programs include succession planning and employee development activities • Oversee performance management, including the process of annual reviews, quarterly employee discussions with managers and personal development plans. • Manage key employee issues, demands and grievances, in close collaboration with managers. • Develop and implement a Training and Development Plan for the company following a Training Needs Assessment. • Develop, implement, and review policies/ procedures in concert with NEP’s Global and local policy structure. • Interpret and ensure compliance with government employment-related requirements, working with local management and outside counsel as needed. • Administer HRIS System. • Complete and lodge Annual Workplace Gender Equality • Respond to all HR queries and matters from Managers and Staff in a timely manner. • Oversee the promotion of positive employee relations initiatives and handling of employee relations issues/ concerns to ensure quick and equitable resolution. • Develop and implement appropriate HR metrics and reporting to support executive decision making. Payroll • Oversee the payroll function to ensure accurate processing, checking, and ensuring all fortnightly, monthly, and annual deadlines are met. • Keep abreast of all payrolls, legislative and compliance changes and updates. • Assist in annual financial audits. Workers Compensation • Keep up to date on all Workers Compensation requirements by the State. • Liaise with WHS Manager in relation to all logged safety incidents, workers compensation cases and return to work. • Compile monthly management reports. • Be an active member in the WHS Committee Required skills and attributes: • Ability to establish priorities, work independently and proceed with objectives without supervision. • Ability to use initiative; meticulous attention to detail; pro-active and self-motivated. • Ability to manage multiple tasks and priority level. • Ability to develop working relationships. • Level-headed attitude with practical problem-solving skills. • Ability to handle and resolve recurring problems. • Ability to manage project style tasks to agreed timelines. • Strong process improvement analysis and implementation experience • Team builder with excellent interpersonal skills • Sound and informed business judgement in all dealings with staff and external parties • Training and supervision of direct reports to carry out their duties. • Experience with Employment Hero HRIS and Hero Pay platforms is beneficial Creative Technology believes that, first and foremost, the efforts of our people are what contribute to our successes. We offer a range of benefits that assist our team in their professional development and wellbeing, including: • Training platforms and resources • Recognition incentives • Rewards and Benefit programs • Wellness resources and discounts This is a full-time role and is a unique opportunity for the right person. So if you want to be part of a global company working in Live Events apply today You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this job. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. About Our Process We are committed to employing individuals who align with Our Values and meet the requirements of the role. As part of the recruitment process, there are several checks which may be conducted to demonstrate applicants' suitability for a role including police / criminal background checks, right to work checks, and reference checks. Creative Technology We bring content to life. NEP Live Events provides the technology, expertise, know-how, and global network to help our clients deliver amazing productions. We offer a full range of industry-leading solutions for broadcast and live events. NEP Live Events strives to foster a diverse and inclusive working environment where all people can be themselves at work and are treated with dignity, decency, fairness, and respect. We are committed to creating a workplace that inspires innovation, embraces change, and fosters teamwork and inclusion. We encourage every employee’s unique ideas, knowledge, personal expression, talents and life experience to continuously challenge our thinking and push us to be and deliver our best. • Thu, 23 MayNEP Live Events
Human Resources Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Mazars HR Consulting team has an opportunity for a Manager like you About Mazars Mazars is an internationally integrated partnership, specializing in audit, accountancy, advisory, tax and legal services. Operating in over 90 countries and territories around the world, we draw on the expertise of 40,400 professionals – 24,400 in Mazars’ integrated partnership and 16,000 via the Mazars North America Alliance – to assist clients of all sizes at every stage in their development. Mazars in Australia was recently recognised as the Multi-Service Firm of the Year as part of the Accountants Daily 2021 Australian Accounting Awards, following awards for Network of the Year and Professional Development Program of the Year in 2020. You will not find a better environment to achieve your full potential. About the Job: Reporting directly to the Associate Director, the role is responsible for providing administrative services and people-focused initiatives to ensure the delivery of people management, workplace relations, and administrative support to key stakeholders. Job Responsibilities: Support the delivery of day-to-day human resources operations; Develop, implement and evaluate human resources strategies, policies and initiatives to support organisational goals; Provide expert advice and guidance to client managers on workplace relations/ IR activities. This includes crisis management and policy enforcement strategies; Meet budget, business development and productivity KPI's (via timesheets) to ensure an effective ROI of the role. Handle workplace relations/ IR matters including grievances, performance improvement and disciplinary matters; Design and deliver occupational health and safety programs and equal employment opportunity programs, and ensure compliance with Victorian statutory law obligations; Assist with the deployment of human resource programs and initiatives that build effective leadership capability; Support the interpretation of Enterprise Agreements and Award entitlements terms and conditions when required; Assist and provide expert advice to management on end-to-end recruitment and selection and on-boarding processes and procedures; Facilitate HR operational processes including, but not limited to, employee induction, probationary review and performance management reviews, systems and practices. Coordinate end-to-end training activities across the business and maintain accurate training records; Support award classification and payroll due diligence efforts. Conduct ROI analyses for HR initiatives, demonstrating the financial impact of HR programs and provide quarterly updates. The ideal candidate will have: 5 years proven experience as a Human Resources professional, HR Generalist or HR Manager preferred; Multinational exposure across an array of organisations and industries; Entrepreneurial mindset and a strength in business development Tertiary level qualification in Human Resources Management or equivalent, a master's degree would be advantageous; An understanding of the French culture and language, as well as having a global business mindset will be advantageous.; Strong working knowledge across Australian employment legislation; Experience in providing strategic and operational leadership Comfort and track record in managing a team. Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills; Exceptional problem-solving abilities. To apply please follow the link below. Please note: All applicants must be either an Australian Citizen, New Zealand Citizen, Australian Permanent Resident or hold a current valid Australian working visa with full working rights at the time of application. You may be required to provide evidence at the time of application. We do, from time to time, seek assistance from external recruitment agencies that we have strong relationships with, however currently, we are only considering direct applications for this role. • Thu, 23 MayMazars Australia
Human Resources Manager » Balgowlah, Manly Area - cs1069101 Human Resources Manager http://www.healthcareer.net.au/jobs/8839-lifeline/69101 Human Resources Manager Part-time role with flexible working arrangements Work close to home on the Sydney’s Northern Beaches Work for an iconic charity that supports people in times of crisis Organisation Join Lifeline Northern Beaches and you will be helping to support the delivery of critical services ensuring that “no person has to face their darkest moments alone.” Lifeline Northern Beaches (‘LLNB’) is a suicide prevention charity supporting people going through a wide range of difficulties, from anger, anxiety and depression, to family, relationship and financial problems. Our team in the 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services are committed to empowering people to be suicide-safe through connection, compassion and hope. Role As the HR Manager, you’ll play a fundamental role in shaping the organisation's culture and driving HR initiatives that align with organisational objectives. With years of HR management experience, a strong knowledge of Australian employment laws, and excellent interpersonal skills, you'll be the perfect fit for LLNB's team. Key Responsibilities Develop and oversee the implementation of a LLNB people strategy aligned to the LLNB vision, purpose, and strategy Support the management group in developing strategies to engage and retain staff and a diverse volunteer base Provide advice and support to the CEO, COO and managers with all HR lifecycle requirements including recruitment and selection, induction, employee engagement, performance management, training and development, career development, succession planning, management of underperformance and exit interviews and transition Ensure LLNB’s human resource management and workplace relations practices, policies, processes, and procedures are developed and maintained in compliance with current relevant Federal and State legislation. Desired experience and attributes Previous experience in a similar role where you have worked at a strategic level within the HR function to meet organisational goals and objectives Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or other related field Experience in the nonprofit sector (highly regarded) Sound knowledge of employment law and local legislation Member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (desired) Excellent interpersonal skills Collaborative leadership style Strong team player A high-level of computer literacy; intermediate to advanced Microsoft skills and the ability to learn other systems where required (HRIS). Employee Benefits Package Lifeline Northern Beaches offers a great range of benefits, including: Office location on Sydney’s beautiful Northern Beaches Salary Packaging – being a not-for-profit organisation allows us to offer you access to some amazing tax savings through salary packaging Staff Discount in our Retail Stores on the Northern Beaches Flexible working opportunities that support our employees and encourage work-life balance Employee Assistance Program – access to free counselling sessions for you and your family How to apply? If that sounds like you, please send your application in confidence to careerslifelinenb.org.au. Your application should include a resume and cover letter outlining your experience and suitability for the role. At Lifeline Northern Beaches we believe that diversity is strength and are proud to be an equal employment opportunity workplace. Next steps? Applications will be reviewed upon receipt, as we are looking to fill this role as soon as possible. If you are successful in reaching the next stage of the recruitment process you will be contacted. Applications close at 5:00pm on Friday 14 June 2024. BALGOWLAH NSW Lifeline Healthcare & Nursing Jobs 20/05/2024 14/06/2024 • Wed, 22 MayLifeline
Human Resources Advisor » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - CBGU JV brings together partners CPB Contractors, BAM, Ghella and UGL to deliver the Tunnel, Stations and Development (TSD) package for Brisbane's Cross River Rail. Cross River Rail is a new 10.2 kilometre rail line from Dutton Park to Bowen Hills, including 5.9 kilometres of tunnel under the Brisbane River and CBD. CBGU JV will deliver the underground works of the project, including tunnelling, four new underground stations, an over-station development at Albert Street and an above ground retail plaza at Roma Street. One project team, building career opportunities for you. Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, in this role you will be providing HR support across a multi-disciplined construction environment. We are interested in your previous HR generalist experience on Construction projects, high attention to detail, effective stakeholder management skills and adaptability. You will be responsible for: Attending and actively participating in site based activities Positively influencing outcomes and provide focused guidance to achieve project objectives Manage end-to-end HR processes in-line with company/project procedures and best practices Drive HR initiatives and proactively support change management Maintain up-to-date knowledge with legislative, awards and relevant industry precedents. Minimum requirements for this role include the following: Working knowledge of relevant legislation, awards and standards Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or a relevant discipline Previous experience as a HR generalist supporting a major construction or heavy industry project Ability to apply practical learning in an operational environment Demonstrated organisational, planning and coordination skills with the ability to manage multiple complex tasks simultaneously At CBGU JV, we are committed to workplace diversity and to providing flexible work opportunities on our project. We support women in construction and Indigenous advancement and participation and we encourage people of all cultural backgrounds to apply. Please note: This role is being sourced through CBGU JV partners directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies. • Wed, 22 MayCIMIC Group Limited
Director of Human Resources » Perth CBD, Perth - Job Number 24087523 Job Category Human Resources Location The Ritz-Carlton Perth, 1 Barrack Street, Perth, Western Australia, Australia VIEW ON MAP Schedule Full-Time Located Remotely? N Relocation? N Position Type Management DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES ABOUT THE COMPANY Owned by multinational developer, Far East Consortium, The Ritz-Carlton, Perth is a prominent anchor point within Perth's Elizabeth Quay development. Sitting just 30 metres from the waterfront, the 205-room hotel occupies a 28-storey tower, which also includes a selection of impressive residential apartments. The Ritz-Carlton, Perth, together with The Towers at Elizabeth Quay, an upscale residential development located beside the hotel, sits atop exclusive retail space, fine-dining experiences, and waterfront access. The Ritz-Carlton, Perth also offers guests world-class amenities, including four distinctive restaurants and bars. The hotel is also ideally positioned to accommodate conference and meeting space demand in the city with 2,000 square metres of conference space, including a spacious 572 square metres ballroom fitted with the latest AV technology. Other facilities at the hotel include a Fitness Centre, which offers a gym, spa, and outdoor infinity swimming pool, while an open-roof courtyard with tropical, landscaped gardens creates a resort feel in a bustling city. JOB SUMMARY The Director of Human Resources will report directly to the property General Manager, with a dotted-line (functional) reporting relationship to the Regional Senior Director of Human Resources and will be an integral member of the property executive committee. As a member of the Human Resources organization, the Director of Human Resources contributes a high level of human resource generalist knowledge and expertise for a designated property. Director of Human Resources will be accountable for talent acquisition, succession/workforce planning, performance management and development for property employees, using technology efficiently, and coaching/developing others to help influence and execute business objectives in the most efficient manner. Director of Human Resources generally works with considerable independence, developing processes to accomplish objectives in alignment with broader business objectives. Additionally, Director of Human Resources utilizes a Human Resource Business Plan aligned with property and brand strategies to deliver HR services that enable business success. CANDIDATE PROFILE Education and Experience 2-year degree from an accredited university in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related major; 4 years experience in the human resources, management operations, or related professional area. OR 4-year bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related major; 2 years experience in the human resources, management operations, or related professional area. CORE WORK ACTIVITIES Managing the Human Resources Strategy Executes and follows-up on engagement survey related activities to ensure employee engagement. Champions and builds the talent management ranks in support of property and region diversity strategy. Translates business priorities into property Human Resources strategies, plans and actions Implements and sustains Human Resources initiatives at the property. Coordinates the human capital review process at property(s) and leads succession planning activities on property and in the market, as appropriate. Leads the assessment of property(s) leadership pipeline through the human capital review process and assists with follow-up. Creates value through proactive approaches that will affect performance outcome or control cost. Monitors effective use of mHub by property managers and employees. Leads and participates in succession management and workforce planning. Responsible for Human Resources strategy and execution. Serves as key change manager for initiatives that have high employee impact. Attends owners meetings as a member of the property executive committee and provides meaning or context to the Human Resources results (e.g., retention statistics, critical open positions, employee satisfaction, and training initiatives and results); and demonstrates an understanding of owner priorities. Supervises at least 3 on-property Human Resources Team members. Managing Staffing and Recruitment Process Analyzes open positions to balance the development of existing talent and business needs. Serves as coach and expert facilitator of the selection and interviewing process. Surfaces opportunities in work processes and staffing optimization. Makes staffing decisions to manage the talent cadre and pipeline at the property. Develops staffing strategy (in collaboration with hiring manager) relating to hiring practices; consults with hiring manager on compensation, benefits, etc. Monitors sourcing process and outcomes of staffing process. Ensures managers are competent in assessing and evaluating hourly staff. Managing Employee Compensation Strategy Remains current and knowledgeable in the internal and external compensation and work competitive environments. Leads the planning of the hourly employee total compensation strategy. Champions the communication and proper use of total compensation systems, tools, programs, policies, etc. Participates in quarterly internal equity analysis; reviews internal equity reports and surface issues needing resolution. Creates and implement s total compensation management packages/offers, particularly recognition and incentive programs directed towards property priorities. Managing Employee Development Activities Ensures completion of the duties and responsibilities of the properties' Human Resources staff members, as outlined in applicable (s). Ensures property Human Resources staff is properly trained in all employee-related human resource information to appropriately respond to property employees. Ensures training for all employees are in alignment with The Ritz-Carlton Brand. Serves as resource to property Human Resources staff on employee relations questions and issues. Continually reinforces positive employee relations concepts. Managing Employee Relations Maintain an open door policy and address employee grievances, disputes and conflicts in a prompt and impartial manner. Ensure employee relation practices are compliant with industrial instruments, legislation and regulations. Advise and guide leaders in managing complex employee relation matters. Foster a positive, supportive, collaborative, safe and respectful workplace. Ensure employee relation practices are compliant with industrial instruments, legislation and regulations. Provide advice and interpretation on employment instruments and legislation. Work, Health and Safety Partners respective stakeholders to ensure compliance with legislation and regulations to provide a safe working environment. Partners Senior Leadership and key stakeholders in driving Work, Health and Safety Committee. Lead job safety analysis, risk assessment and guide leaders in reducing / eliminate risk and ensuring a safe and accident free environment. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted to go through our selection process. Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer. We believe in hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive, people-first culture. We are committed to non-discrimination on any protected basis, such as disability and veteran status, or any other basis covered under applicable law. At more than 100 award-winning properties worldwide, The Ritz-Carlton Ladies and Gentlemen create experiences so exceptional that long after a guest stays with us, the experience stays with them. Attracting the world's top hospitality professionals who curate lifelong memories, we believe that everyone succeeds when they are empowered to be creative, thoughtful and compassionate. Every day, we set the standard for rare and special luxury service the world over and pride ourselves on delivering excellence in the care and comfort of our guests. Your role will be to ensure that the "Gold Standards" of The Ritz-Carlton are delivered graciously and thoughtfully every day. The Gold Standards are the foundation of The Ritz-Carlton and are what guides us each day to be better than the next. It is this foundation and our belief that our culture drives success by which The Ritz Carlton has earned the reputation as a global brand leader in luxury hospitality. As part of our team, you will learn and exemplify the Gold Standards, such as our Employee Promise, Credo and our Service Values. And our promise to you is that we offer the chance to be proud of the work you do and who you work with. In joining The Ritz-Carlton, you join a portfolio of brands with Marriott International. Be where you can do your best work, begin your purpose, belong to an amazing global team, and become the best version of you. • Wed, 22 MayMarriott International
Human Resources Specialist » The Rocks, Sydney - 12 month fixed-term contract - 24/6/2024 start - High End Luxury brand - CBD based - access to staff discounts Secure Agility is a provider of Professional Services, Managed Services, Cloud, Talent Management and Procurement to both Public and Enterprise Customers across Australia. We represent and partner with some of the leading organisations across the globe; as an extension of their business. Currently, we have a very rare opportunity to join a Luxury Maison, as a Human Resources Specialist for a 12-month fixed-term, based in their Sydney CBD office. This role is backfilling the incumbents Maternity leave, in a key role as part of a small team who are dedicated to excellence, best practice and innovation across the full people function. Let's get to it Why should you apply? Work with a team of professionals, who challenge, empower and collaborate Fantastic Culture and Career Development Lots of variety in the role and projects to deliver Access to staff discounts and other employee benefits OK, so what's the actual job? As the Human Resources Specialist, you will support the Human Resources Manager, being the go-to for all employee matters and advisory, recruitment, on and offboarding, WHS, records management and administrate brilliance Champion the core beliefs, values and behaviours Manage the end-to-end recruitment across ANZ, including the approval process Management and coordination of a seamless on and off-boarding experience Lead the WHS Committee ensuring compliance Support the performance management process, including annual reviews and probation Ongoing Administration of the HRIS, Policies, Procedures and Employee Handbook Lead key cultural initiatives and projects You will be considered if you can demonstrate Experience within the HR field (administration and advising) Tertiary qualifications in HR or business are desirable Experience working in retail is highly desirable An uncompromising standard of professionalism, integrity and confidentiality Excellent written, verbal, presentation and interpersonal skills Intermediate to advanced computer skills (MS Excel, Word, Power Point) A proactive approach to fulfilling key functions in order of priority and efficiency Ability to deal with ambiguity and work to resolving issues of complexity High attention to detail If this sounds like you, apply now • Wed, 22 MaySecure Agility
Human Resources Manager » Glendenning, Blacktown Area - Are you a Human Resources professional looking to make a significant impact in a specialist local manufacturer within the Utilities sector? This is your opportunity to contribute to a market-leading company known for its unique product portfolio and global technical resources. The Company: Our client boasts a strong market presence across Australia, producing a distinctive range of products by leveraging their global expertise. They are seeking a dedicated Human Resources Manager to join their leadership team and help drive business improvement and foster a positive, customer-focused culture. Role Requirements: Tertiary qualification in Human Resources Experience with a broad range of HR issues, including performance management, industrial relations, workforce planning, and employee relations. Ability to interact effectively with multiple stakeholders. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written This role reports directly to the Managing Director and is a key part of the Australian leadership team. The successful candidate will take the lead in driving employee engagement strategies. What We Offer: Competitive remuneration package based on skills and experience. Stable long-term career prospects On-the-job training and professional development Opportunity to be part of a dynamic leadership team. Join us and contribute to the ongoing success of a pioneering company in the Utilities sector. Apply today to become a key player in our client's future. • Tue, 21 MayStaff Australia
Director of Human Resources » Perth, Perth Region - Job Number 24087523 Job Category Human Resources Location The Ritz-Carlton Perth, 1 Barrack Street, Perth, Western Australia, Australia Schedule Full-Time Located Remotely? N Relocation? N Position Type Management DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES ABOUT THE COMPANY Owned by multinational developer, Far East Consortium, The Ritz-Carlton, Perth is a prominent anchor point within Perth's Elizabeth Quay development. Sitting just 30 metres from the waterfront, the 205-room hotel occupies a 28-storey tower, which also includes a selection of impressive residential apartments. The Ritz-Carlton, Perth, together with The Towers at Elizabeth Quay, an upscale residential development located beside the hotel, sits atop exclusive retail space, fine-dining experiences, and waterfront access. The Ritz-Carlton, Perth also offers guests world-class amenities, including four distinctive restaurants and bars. The hotel is also ideally positioned to accommodate conference and meeting space demand in the city with 2,000 square metres of conference space, including a spacious 572 square metres ballroom fitted with the latest AV technology. Other facilities at the hotel include a Fitness Centre, which offers a gym, spa, and outdoor infinity swimming pool, while an open-roof courtyard with tropical, landscaped gardens creates a resort feel in a bustling city. JOB SUMMARY The Director of Human Resources will report directly to the property General Manager, with a dotted-line (functional) reporting relationship to the Regional Senior Director of Human Resources and will be an integral member of the property executive committee. As a member of the Human Resources organization, the Director of Human Resources contributes a high level of human resource generalist knowledge and expertise for a designated property. Director of Human Resources will be accountable for talent acquisition, succession/workforce planning, performance management and development for property employees, using technology efficiently, and coaching/developing others to help influence and execute business objectives in the most efficient manner. Director of Human Resources generally works with considerable independence, developing processes to accomplish objectives in alignment with broader business objectives. Additionally, Director of Human Resources utilizes a Human Resource Business Plan aligned with property and brand strategies to deliver HR services that enable business success. CANDIDATE PROFILE Education and Experience - 2-year degree from an accredited university in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related major; 4 years experience in the human resources, management operations, or related professional area. OR - 4-year bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related major; 2 years experience in the human resources, management operations, or related professional area. CORE WORK ACTIVITIES Managing the Human Resources Strategy - Executes and follows-up on engagement survey related activities to ensure employee engagement. - Champions and builds the talent management ranks in support of property and region diversity strategy. - Translates business priorities into property Human Resources strategies, plans and actions - Implements and sustains Human Resources initiatives at the property. - Coordinates the human capital review process at property(s) and leads succession planning activities on property and in the market, as appropriate. - Leads the assessment of property(s) leadership pipeline through the human capital review process and assists with follow-up. - Creates value through proactive approaches that will affect performance outcome or control cost. - Monitors effective use of mHub by property managers and employees. - Leads and participates in succession management and workforce planning. - Responsible for Human Resources strategy and execution. - Serves as key change manager for initiatives that have high employee impact. - Attends owners meetings as a member of the property executive committee and provides meaning or context to the Human Resources results (e.g., retention statistics, critical open positions, employee satisfaction, and training initiatives and results); and demonstrates an understanding of owner priorities. - Supervises at least 3 on-property Human Resources Team members. Managing Staffing and Recruitment Process - Analyzes open positions to balance the development of existing talent and business needs. - Serves as coach and expert facilitator of the selection and interviewing process. - Surfaces opportunities in work processes and staffing optimization. - Makes staffing decisions to manage the talent cadre and pipeline at the property. - Develops staffing strategy (in collaboration with hiring manager) relating to hiring practices; consults with hiring manager on compensation, benefits, etc. - Monitors sourcing process and outcomes of staffing process. - Ensures managers are competent in assessing and evaluating hourly staff. Managing Employee Compensation Strategy - Remains current and knowledgeable in the internal and external compensation and work competitive environments. - Leads the planning of the hourly employee total compensation strategy. - Champions the communication and proper use of total compensation systems, tools, programs, policies, etc. - Participates in quarterly internal equity analysis; reviews internal equity reports and surface issues needing resolution. - Creates and implement s total compensation management packages/offers, particularly recognition and incentive programs directed towards property priorities. Managing Employee Development Activities - Ensures completion of the duties and responsibilities of the properties' Human Resources staff members, as outlined in applicable job description(s). - Ensures property Human Resources staff is properly trained in all employee-related human resource information to appropriately respond to property employees. - Ensures training for all employees are in alignment with The Ritz-Carlton Brand. - Serves as resource to property Human Resources staff on employee relations questions and issues. - Continually reinforces positive employee relations concepts. Managing Employee Relations - Maintain an open door policy and address employee grievances, disputes and conflicts in a prompt and impartial manner. - Ensure employee relation practices are compliant with industrial instruments, legislation and regulations. - Advise and guide leaders in managing complex employee relation matters. - Foster a positive, supportive, collaborative, safe and respectful workplace. - Ensure employee relation practices are compliant with industrial instruments, legislation and regulations. - Provide advice and interpretation on employment instruments and legislation. Work, Health and Safety - Partners respective stakeholders to ensure compliance with legislation and regulations to provide a safe working environment. - Partners Senior Leadership and key stakeholders in driving Work, Health and Safety Committee. - Lead job safety analysis, risk assessment and guide leaders in reducing / eliminate risk and ensuring a safe and accident free environment. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted to go through our selection process. Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer. We believe in hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive, people-first culture. We are committed to non-discrimination on any protected basis, such as disability and veteran status, or any other basis covered under applicable law. At more than 100 award-winning properties worldwide, The Ritz-Carlton Ladies and Gentlemen create experiences so exceptional that long after a guest stays with us, the experience stays with them. Attracting the world's top hospitality professionals who curate lifelong memories, we believe that everyone succeeds when they are empowered to be creative, thoughtful and compassionate. Every day, we set the standard for rare and special luxury service the world over and pride ourselves on delivering excellence in the care and comfort of our guests. Your role will be to ensure that the "Gold Standards" of The Ritz-Carlton are delivered graciously and thoughtfully every day. The Gold Standards are the foundation of The Ritz-Carlton and are what guides us each day to be better than the next. It is this foundation and our belief that our culture drives success by which The Ritz Carlton has earned the reputation as a global brand leader in luxury hospitality. As part of our team, you will learn and exemplify the Gold Standards, such as our Employee Promise, Credo and our Service Values. And our promise to you is that we offer the chance to be proud of the work you do and who you work with. In joining The Ritz-Carlton, you join a portfolio of brands with Marriott International. Be where you can do your best work, begin your purpose, belong to an amazing global team, and become the best version of you. • Tue, 21 MayMarriott
Human Resources Director » Ballarat, Ballarat Region - Lead the Human Resources function with strategy Early years management organisation, Not-for-Profit organisation 2 year fixed term contract - Part-time 25 hours per week - Flexible hours About ECKA The Eureka Community Kindergarten Association Inc. (ECKA) is a not-for-profit Early Years Management (EYM) organisation that was founded in 2003 when six community kindergartens came together to establish the organisation. ECKA is committed to providing leadership and management to community-based early childhood education and care services; operating 29 early education and childcare services across Ballarat and surrounding local government areas, with a current workforce of 218. ECKA's organisation is built on the values of respect, compassion, courage, and collaboration which is lived out in their purpose of Enriching children's lives through learning' - through delivering quality education and care services for children in their early years; and, working in partnership to identify, develop, and deliver services that meet the needs of families and communities. About the role ECKA are investing in the future of their people and the organisation and have created the new position of Human Resources (HR) Director to join their team. The role will be responsible for leading the development and management of ECKA's people management strategies, initiatives, programs, services and culture - supporting optimal organisational performance and productivity, ensuring alignment with the overall organisational strategy. With a team of 4 direct reports, the role sits as part of ECKA's Leadership team. and requires a strong strategic focus while still requiring you to be operational and hands-on. ECKA has experienced significant growth to date and with the opportunity to scale up for increased pre-prep hours and funded kinder services, the HR Director will lead the transformation of ECKA's workforce to support the growth and quality service delivery. Key responsibilities include: Lead the development, implementation, monitoring, review and evaluation of an innovative People Plan, managing the design and delivery of a strategic workforce plan in accordance with ECKA's strategy and business plans Optimise the employee experience through innovative strategies and collaborate across the organisation to drive employment brand awareness and talent acquisition Provide leadership to the HR team and ensure the efficient and effective delivery of services such as - organisation design, workforce planning, remuneration, recruitment, performance management, IR/ER compliance, succession planning, and capability development Implement and lead diversity, equity and inclusion strategies and initiatives to promote and increase diversity at all levels of the organisation Ensure the ECKA human resource policies and procedures are current, compliant, effective and align with ECKA's people strategy Oversee the setup and ongoing maintenance of HRIS and payroll systems (ADP) ensuring programs are being used to their full capabilities About you ECKA's HR Director will have significant and demonstrated experience in leading the human resource function of a business, with experience developing, implementing, and delivering strategic people and workforce plans. A thorough knowledge and application of employment legislation, industrial relations, and employee relations is essential. You will have experience in leading transformational change programs with demonstrated highly developed analytical and conceptual skills that deliver positive and innovative solutions. Skills in business planning, budgeting and cost management along with experience in researching and implementing fit for purpose technology applications and software is required. Success requires the ability to engage, inspire, and lead high-performing teams across diverse and remote groups through highly developed interpersonal, collaboration, and conflict-resolution skills to motivate people to be their best. Requirements of the role include: Post-graduate qualifications in human resources, business management and/or a related discipline A valid (employee) Working with Children Check A cleared National Police Record Check Current Victorian Driver's License Current right to work in Australia Please note this is 2 year fixed term contract. Inspired? To learn more about this opportunity please download the Job Profile Information Pack here: https://inspirehq.com.au/job-vacancies/hr-director/ For further information contact Ange Connor on 0407 833 152. To apply, please submit your application using the above link by the close of business on Monday 3rd June, 2024. Inspire HQ exist to build great workplaces which includes helping the businesses we work with find great people just like you If this opportunity hasn't got you excited or isn't quite the right fit for you, we'd still love to chat with you about the job you are looking for and learn more about your skills and experience to see how we can assist you in finding a great job with an awesome employer. By the way, did you know not all our jobs are advertised? To connect with us, contact Abbey Perkins, our Talent Associate, on 0429 843 433 or register your details using the below link and Abbey will reach out to you. https://inspirehq.com.au/register/ • Sat, 18 MayInspire HQ Template
Human Resource Advisor » Erakala, Mackay - Great opportunity for a HR professional to join our team and be part of a business that values their employees. Due to internal promotion we are looking for an outstanding Human Resource Advisor to join our team based in the Mackay office. About You We are ideally looking for someone with the following: Tertiary Qualification in Human Resources or a related field Sound knowledge and experience providing generalist human resources advice (in a mining or heavy industry environment preferable) Strong computer skills including an advanced understanding of the Microsoft Office package High level of oral and written communication skills, with high attention to detail Proven ability to build strong professional relationships quickly, and use influence positively Effective problem-solving skills Thrive in an agile and fast-paced working environment Understand the importance of approaching issues with a solution and risk-based focus and have the confidence to challenge when appropriate Working knowledge of relevant legislation and the ability to interpret modern awards Sound knowledge of recruitment process’s and systems About The Role The primary functions of this role will see you: Provide advice, training, coaching and support to site operational teams in relation to policies, procedures, learning and development, employee relations and performance management Provide expertise regarding conflict resolution, disciplinary procedures, disputes and investigations Support in the development, implementation and maintenance of effective people strategies and initiatives Work closely with and provide support to the Human Resources Manager as required Promote a values-based approach to HR. As an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer, applicants from all backgrounds including indigenous cultures and women, are welcomed, and encouraged to apply. At Wisely Group, we are committed to employing individuals who align with our values. They help shape our culture and guide our daily actions. Wisely is an Australian privately owned company providing end to end asset management solutions and professional support services to meet industry challenges. Our reputation has been built on the quality of our people and maintaining a reputation for delivery. We achieve this by building genuine business partnerships with our customers, providing value and service while encouraging and empowering our people. If you're ready to be a part of an award-winning team that values your potential and encourages you to be your best, then Wisely Group is the place for you. Discover your next career opportunity with us. Click the 'Apply' button below to complete your online application. Please note applicants will be required to undergo a Police History Check as part of the recruitment process for this role. • Sat, 18 MayWisely
Human Resources Business Partner » Townsville, QLD - Human Resources Business Partner We are searching for a strategic HR leader to partner with businesses, design people... driver’s license. Join us and make a difference! For confidential discussions please contact Grace at TP Human Capital... • Tue, 14 MayTP Human Capital$70 - 73 per hour
Human Resources Generalist » Tennant Creek, Tennant Creek Area - As the Human Resources Generalist, you will be responsible for providing support across the functional area of Human Resources for both the VESTA and OASIS programs taking on very complex HR challenges. You will provide support in all areas including compensation, benefits, staffing, employee relations, equal employment opportunity (EEO), employee development, labour relations, and related areas. The position ensures adherence to company policies, procedures, and related government regulations in Australia and US, whilst ensuring all related HR matters are dealt with promptly and working closely with the programs to gain feedback on how to improve the relationship with HR. Essential Responsibilities: Serve as an internal resource to solve most difficult problems related to functional HR areas. Develop and/or recommend new policies, practices, and programs to meet management and employee needs. Maintain knowledge of Human Resources policies and procedures, and state and federal labor laws applicable to assigned areas of responsibility. Lead communications efforts from HR to the business. Take a lead role in acquisitions for HR. Partner with business groups as needed on pricing (with Compensation), determining customer needs and finding solutions to make capture successful. Partner with business groups on hiring needs and serve as a liaison for successful posting, hiring and orienting new team members. Support a variety of employment/ HR activities for the designated program(s). Responsible for the HR function between assigned strategic business groups, third-party administrators and corporate office. Serves as point of contact for managers and employees, as needed regarding employee relations issues. Ensure proper training is being accomplished by customers, for their position as well as for managers in executing their duties in HR-related matters, such as merit and performance management. Ensure execution of corporate HR programs such as benefits enrollment, merit increases, management incentives, performance management and community service activities. Create and maintain HR files and updates the information system in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures. Validate and prepare FSA Contracts for those supporting overseas operations, modifications to the contracts, or end-of-employment letters. Provide training to lower-level generalists. May review work prepared by others and provide constructive comments and/or suggestions to foster efficiencies and improvements for the department. May conduct studies and submit recommendations for improving the organization's HR processes. The position may be assigned to a specific targeted business area and may require additional or specific job duties related to assigned functions that are not aforementioned. Perform all other position-related duties as assigned or requested. QUALIFICATIONS Minimum Essential Diploma - Human Resources or, Equivalent demonstrated experience EXPERIENCE - Minimum Essential 2 to 3 years - in a similar role WORK ENVIRONMENT, PHYSICAL DEMANDS, AND MENTAL DEMANDS The position is desk based and sedentary in nature, the ability to lift items up to 5kgs may be required occasionally. SECURITY CLEARANCE REQUIREMENT It is a condition of employment that employees obtain and retain the appropriate level of security clearance and medical clearance applicable to each role. The employee will require a Top-Secret Positive Vetting (TSPV) Department of Defence Security Clearance (Australian) or TS/SCI (U.S.) clearance. STATEMENT OF WORK REQUIREMENTS All personnel assigned to work shall be: At least 18 years of age. Able to fluently read, write and speak English EHS REQUIREMENT All Amentum personnel are responsible for understanding and complying with all site environmental, health and safety requirements. While Amentum is responsible for providing a safe workplace and is responsible for ensuring compliance with requirements of the Handbook, each person is responsible for: Completing work tasks in a safe manner Reporting any unsafe acts or conditions to their supervisor and/or PMO/EHS Manager Continuous adherence to the environmental, health and safety procedures outlined in the Handbook during the performance of their work Red-Carding a Job - Employee right and responsibility to "STOP WORK" if a job is unsafe or possess a danger to the environment QUALITY REQUIREMENT Quality is the foundation for the management of our business and the keystone to our goal of customer satisfaction. It is our policy to consistently provide services that meet customer expectations. Accordingly, each employee must conform to the Amentum Quality Program and carry out job activities in compliance with the Quality System documents and customer contracts. Each employee must read and understand their Quality Management and Customer Satisfaction responsibilities. PROCEDURE COMPLIANCE Each employee must read, understand and implement the general and specific operational, safety, quality and environmental requirements of all plans, procedures and policies pertaining to their job. Amentum is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our hiring practices provide equal opportunity for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, national origin, age, United States military veteran's status, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, family structure, medical condition including genetic characteristics or information, veteran status, or mental or physical disability so long as the essential functions of the job can be performed with or without reasonable accommodation, or any other protected category under federal, state, or local law. Labor Law Posters EEO including Disability/Protected Veterans • Sat, 11 MayAmentum

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