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      • oxley, queensland
      • permanent
      • AU$95,000 - AU$100,000, per year, permanent role
      • full-time
      Newly created Position for an embitious HR Generalist to create a difference full time, permanent role in the Western Suburbs within the Manufacturing, Warehousing Industry with diverse duties across all facets of HR, no day will be the samecreate a strategy to improve processes, retention and SystemsAs an independent organisation within the manufacturing insdustry, our client is looking for an HR Manager / Lead to join their organisation as part of the Leadership team. They are a dynamic and progressive company and looking forward to binging the Human Resources to the next level.About the roleThe HR Manager/Lead will be part of the team whilst collaborating with key business leaders, internal and external stakeholders. This role is key to supporting and mentoring leaders in the organisation and ensuring that human resources operations are closely aligned with organisational objectives while delivering HR best practices and initiatives. This role presents an opportunity to provide input, coaching, and mentoring to support the overall organisation's day-to-day operations. Key components will include;Managing HR Operations including WHS for approximately 80 staffRecruitment and Retention Policies and procedures Key leader as a coach, mentor, support senior leaders in the organisationChange Management capability to supporting change where needed in culture, structure and process and people capability, to deliver the desired business resultLearning & Development - develop fit for purpose initiatives at a clinical and organisational levelSuccession and organisational engagement activities - develop and drive employee engagement within the businessClinical level connectedness and supportAbout youYou are the ideal candidate for us if you bring a minimum of 5 years experience in HR practice and therefore demonstrate a wide knowledge of employment law in Australasia. You have had success in implementing and executing HR strategies, refining processes and designing solutions that optimise organisational performance. You have experience managing and implementing change processes across different functions and have a proven ability to develop and drive employee engagement within the business. You are being recognised for your ability to build strong partnerships across the organisation. Operating at a hands-on level shows throughout your experience and has done this through high growth and transformation periods. To apply, please use the button below. Alternatively, please call Lilia Doering on 0419 872 196 for a confidential discussion, email ldoering@hrpartners.com.au or apply direct at www.hrpartners.com.au.At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Newly created Position for an embitious HR Generalist to create a difference full time, permanent role in the Western Suburbs within the Manufacturing, Warehousing Industry with diverse duties across all facets of HR, no day will be the samecreate a strategy to improve processes, retention and SystemsAs an independent organisation within the manufacturing insdustry, our client is looking for an HR Manager / Lead to join their organisation as part of the Leadership team. They are a dynamic and progressive company and looking forward to binging the Human Resources to the next level.About the roleThe HR Manager/Lead will be part of the team whilst collaborating with key business leaders, internal and external stakeholders. This role is key to supporting and mentoring leaders in the organisation and ensuring that human resources operations are closely aligned with organisational objectives while delivering HR best practices and initiatives. This role presents an opportunity to provide input, coaching, and mentoring to support the overall organisation's day-to-day operations. Key components will include;Managing HR Operations including WHS for approximately 80 staffRecruitment and Retention Policies and procedures Key leader as a coach, mentor, support senior leaders in the organisationChange Management capability to supporting change where needed in culture, structure and process and people capability, to deliver the desired business resultLearning & Development - develop fit for purpose initiatives at a clinical and organisational levelSuccession and organisational engagement activities - develop and drive employee engagement within the businessClinical level connectedness and supportAbout youYou are the ideal candidate for us if you bring a minimum of 5 years experience in HR practice and therefore demonstrate a wide knowledge of employment law in Australasia. You have had success in implementing and executing HR strategies, refining processes and designing solutions that optimise organisational performance. You have experience managing and implementing change processes across different functions and have a proven ability to develop and drive employee engagement within the business. You are being recognised for your ability to build strong partnerships across the organisation. Operating at a hands-on level shows throughout your experience and has done this through high growth and transformation periods. To apply, please use the button below. Alternatively, please call Lilia Doering on 0419 872 196 for a confidential discussion, email ldoering@hrpartners.com.au or apply direct at www.hrpartners.com.au.At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • oxley, queensland
      • permanent
      • AU$65,000 - AU$90,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      My client is currently looking to add a supply Co-Ordinator to the growing team. The ideal candidate will be responsible for the management of inventory a to support the sales and manufacturing operations.Using an analytic approach, this role is a pillar for strategic planning and cost-effective day-to-day management of raw material and finished goods which ensures an exceptional customer experience and inventory cashflow management.The role closely supports the Operations Manager and provides a holistic approach to managing and optimizing supply activities and processes.Role and responsibilities:Minimum five years’ purchasing, planning and material control experienceSpecific knowledge of common purchasing operations and methodsBachelor’s degree in Business Operations, Supply Chain Management, Engineering Discipline, or other relevant disciplineWorking knowledge of ERP/MRP principles and materials managementExceptional data analysis and reporting skillsEffective written and oral communication, organization, and interpersonal skills; ability to review and interpret concepts and communicate necessary actions and requests clearly and concisely.High regard for respect in the workplace with good ethical and moral judgment.Ability to be flexible in a dynamic, high-volume work environment with changing prioritiesMust be a flexible, decisive and proactive problem solver.ProductionPlanning and managing production requirements to meet customer demand and best utilize the company’s productive capacityAnalyze production requirements based on immediate sales orders and short/medium term forecast considering production resources (people, materials, equipment)Develop production plans and raise accurate work ordersManage day-to-day logistics and flow of production parts to and from vendors, including negotiating expedite plans when necessaryCreate and utilize consistent planning, purchasing and scheduling methodologies to achieve on time delivery to customers.PurchasingPlan material requirements to meet customer demandAccurately maintain finished goods and raw materials inventory at optimal levels to achieve company operating goalsPerform purchasing tasks in support of manufacturing and distribution activityDevelop and maintain successful relationships with vendorsInventory ControlCo-ordinate the stock control functions, including cycle counts, stock takes and day to day adjustments as required.Data entry on all areas of business as requiredReporting and analysing on all areas of production and purchasing operations to support strategic planning and forecastingIf you are interested in this role, please apply direct, or more information, please call me and send me a cv – robert.price@randstad.com.au – 0481 566 930. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      My client is currently looking to add a supply Co-Ordinator to the growing team. The ideal candidate will be responsible for the management of inventory a to support the sales and manufacturing operations.Using an analytic approach, this role is a pillar for strategic planning and cost-effective day-to-day management of raw material and finished goods which ensures an exceptional customer experience and inventory cashflow management.The role closely supports the Operations Manager and provides a holistic approach to managing and optimizing supply activities and processes.Role and responsibilities:Minimum five years’ purchasing, planning and material control experienceSpecific knowledge of common purchasing operations and methodsBachelor’s degree in Business Operations, Supply Chain Management, Engineering Discipline, or other relevant disciplineWorking knowledge of ERP/MRP principles and materials managementExceptional data analysis and reporting skillsEffective written and oral communication, organization, and interpersonal skills; ability to review and interpret concepts and communicate necessary actions and requests clearly and concisely.High regard for respect in the workplace with good ethical and moral judgment.Ability to be flexible in a dynamic, high-volume work environment with changing prioritiesMust be a flexible, decisive and proactive problem solver.ProductionPlanning and managing production requirements to meet customer demand and best utilize the company’s productive capacityAnalyze production requirements based on immediate sales orders and short/medium term forecast considering production resources (people, materials, equipment)Develop production plans and raise accurate work ordersManage day-to-day logistics and flow of production parts to and from vendors, including negotiating expedite plans when necessaryCreate and utilize consistent planning, purchasing and scheduling methodologies to achieve on time delivery to customers.PurchasingPlan material requirements to meet customer demandAccurately maintain finished goods and raw materials inventory at optimal levels to achieve company operating goalsPerform purchasing tasks in support of manufacturing and distribution activityDevelop and maintain successful relationships with vendorsInventory ControlCo-ordinate the stock control functions, including cycle counts, stock takes and day to day adjustments as required.Data entry on all areas of business as requiredReporting and analysing on all areas of production and purchasing operations to support strategic planning and forecastingIf you are interested in this role, please apply direct, or more information, please call me and send me a cv – robert.price@randstad.com.au – 0481 566 930. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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