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      • hurstville, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      This role is responsible for the sourcing either permanent or temporary/contract placements in the Industrial sector; covering a limited number of mid to high job profiles and focusing on a limited number of clients. Company Benefits:Work for one of the most successful recruitment agencies worldwideCareer progression & growthQuarterly & annual awardsJoin a fun & vibrant teamCompetitive salary & commission structure To achieve business targets through:Developing and managing a defined client and candidate baseDelivering high quality recruitment and consultancy services to clientsCompliance with legal & company policies and reporting processesThe main accountability areas for the role:Client management Recruitment and candidate managementAdministration and reportingTo be successful for this role:Must be an australian resident Must have a current drivers licenceExperience in recruitment or a similar role desirable Please click the ‘Apply’ button below or forward your CV to brittany.casey@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This role is responsible for the sourcing either permanent or temporary/contract placements in the Industrial sector; covering a limited number of mid to high job profiles and focusing on a limited number of clients. Company Benefits:Work for one of the most successful recruitment agencies worldwideCareer progression & growthQuarterly & annual awardsJoin a fun & vibrant teamCompetitive salary & commission structure To achieve business targets through:Developing and managing a defined client and candidate baseDelivering high quality recruitment and consultancy services to clientsCompliance with legal & company policies and reporting processesThe main accountability areas for the role:Client management Recruitment and candidate managementAdministration and reportingTo be successful for this role:Must be an australian resident Must have a current drivers licenceExperience in recruitment or a similar role desirable Please click the ‘Apply’ button below or forward your CV to brittany.casey@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Detailed 6 week onboarding and ongoing training and supportWork with global and local construction, property and enginering clients Located in beautifully renovated offices in Sydney CBDYour New RoleRandstad is the #1 Recruitment company in the world and is seeking a Recruitment Consultant to join our Sydney CBD team to be our Construction, Property and Engineering specialist. You will be reporting to an extremely supportive, experienced, and fun Team Leader who encourages a work hard play hard mentality. Your Responsibilities:Building strong candidate and client relationshipsScreening, interviewing, and matching candidates to open rolesConsulting candidates and clients on the recruitment processUpdating the internal system with candidate and client informationGrowing a strong client base through creative marketing activities (cold calling, LinkedIn, chasing leads, etc.)BenefitsCareer development opportunities - we strive to promote from withinHoliday Incentives - domestic and international travel (when allowed)Flexible working environment - work a mixture from home and from the office1 extra day holiday for every year of service (up to 5 additional days)Gift card for every year of service2 days paid volunteering leaveGenerous earning potentialDay off on your birthdayNovated leasing optionsGym discountsAbout YouExperience as a Recruitment Resourcer. Recruitment Consultant, Senior Recruiter, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Candidate Manager, Resourcer etc.You are driven and love to work in a busy environmentWorks well in a cohesive and cooperative environment Have a valid driver’s licenseIf you're looking to step into a busy, rewarding, and flexible environment click APPLY NOW, or email your resume to nadine.noaman@randstad.com.au. Alternatively, for a confidential conversation please call Nadine on 02 9859 3103.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.
      Detailed 6 week onboarding and ongoing training and supportWork with global and local construction, property and enginering clients Located in beautifully renovated offices in Sydney CBDYour New RoleRandstad is the #1 Recruitment company in the world and is seeking a Recruitment Consultant to join our Sydney CBD team to be our Construction, Property and Engineering specialist. You will be reporting to an extremely supportive, experienced, and fun Team Leader who encourages a work hard play hard mentality. Your Responsibilities:Building strong candidate and client relationshipsScreening, interviewing, and matching candidates to open rolesConsulting candidates and clients on the recruitment processUpdating the internal system with candidate and client informationGrowing a strong client base through creative marketing activities (cold calling, LinkedIn, chasing leads, etc.)BenefitsCareer development opportunities - we strive to promote from withinHoliday Incentives - domestic and international travel (when allowed)Flexible working environment - work a mixture from home and from the office1 extra day holiday for every year of service (up to 5 additional days)Gift card for every year of service2 days paid volunteering leaveGenerous earning potentialDay off on your birthdayNovated leasing optionsGym discountsAbout YouExperience as a Recruitment Resourcer. Recruitment Consultant, Senior Recruiter, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Candidate Manager, Resourcer etc.You are driven and love to work in a busy environmentWorks well in a cohesive and cooperative environment Have a valid driver’s licenseIf you're looking to step into a busy, rewarding, and flexible environment click APPLY NOW, or email your resume to nadine.noaman@randstad.com.au. Alternatively, for a confidential conversation please call Nadine on 02 9859 3103.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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$118,000 - AU$121,000, per year, Super
      • full-time
      Our client, one of the largest South Australian Government Departments, thought leaders in their industry and highly values-driven, are seeking an astute, consultative Workforce Relations specialist to provide high level strategic advisory and consultancy services in Industrial and Employee relations. This is an exciting opportunity for an IR/ER Specialist to make their mark and play a principal role across the Department.As an experienced Industrial & Employee Relations Specialist, you will thrive on working within challenging environments and enjoy offering a consultative approach to your internal and external stakeholders, providing leadership, advice and guidance. Your strong consultative style coupled with your technical ability will allow you to hit the ground running and make an immediate impact.Working collaboratively with the broader workforce services team, your portfolio of responsibilities and experience will include but not be limited to:Supporting the Department and leading the development and coordination of an effective industrial relations agendaRepresenting the Department in all external tribunalsWorking with a number of enterprise agreements and unionsCoaching, mentoring and advising on ER/IR related activity and on changes to legislation, policy and procedures on a continuous basisProven experience with organisational change and complex consultative processesInterpretation and application of industrial awards, acts and agreementsComplex project management experience, risk assessment and project leadershipConducting and advising on workplace investigations.Proven experience with enterprise bargaining and industrial relationsTertiary qualified in human resources, business or law, you will be able to interpret legal terminology, federal and state legal procedures and have strong relationship management capabilities. You will be consultative in your approach with the ability to influence and guide your stakeholders ensuring the best outcome for the Department. In addition to this, you will have outstanding written and verbal communication skills with high attention to detail. Previous experience with a similar Government Department position will be highly regarded. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Marilize De Witt for a confidential discussion on (08) 8468 8011 quoting Reference Number 14M0467197 or apply directly 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.
      Our client, one of the largest South Australian Government Departments, thought leaders in their industry and highly values-driven, are seeking an astute, consultative Workforce Relations specialist to provide high level strategic advisory and consultancy services in Industrial and Employee relations. This is an exciting opportunity for an IR/ER Specialist to make their mark and play a principal role across the Department.As an experienced Industrial & Employee Relations Specialist, you will thrive on working within challenging environments and enjoy offering a consultative approach to your internal and external stakeholders, providing leadership, advice and guidance. Your strong consultative style coupled with your technical ability will allow you to hit the ground running and make an immediate impact.Working collaboratively with the broader workforce services team, your portfolio of responsibilities and experience will include but not be limited to:Supporting the Department and leading the development and coordination of an effective industrial relations agendaRepresenting the Department in all external tribunalsWorking with a number of enterprise agreements and unionsCoaching, mentoring and advising on ER/IR related activity and on changes to legislation, policy and procedures on a continuous basisProven experience with organisational change and complex consultative processesInterpretation and application of industrial awards, acts and agreementsComplex project management experience, risk assessment and project leadershipConducting and advising on workplace investigations.Proven experience with enterprise bargaining and industrial relationsTertiary qualified in human resources, business or law, you will be able to interpret legal terminology, federal and state legal procedures and have strong relationship management capabilities. You will be consultative in your approach with the ability to influence and guide your stakeholders ensuring the best outcome for the Department. In addition to this, you will have outstanding written and verbal communication skills with high attention to detail. Previous experience with a similar Government Department position will be highly regarded. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Marilize De Witt for a confidential discussion on (08) 8468 8011 quoting Reference Number 14M0467197 or apply directly 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.
      • melbourne cbd, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$81,000 per year
      • full-time
      L&D Coordinator Are you looking for your next job opportunity as a Learning and Development Coordinator based in the CBD? I think I have the opportunity for you! You will have the chance to partner with one of the leading Australian Law Firms. The jobYou will be working within the “people team” of fifteen HR professionals to construct and implement new material for one of the internal business units. This will be done by partnering with key stakeholders and business leaders. You will be required to analyse the current offerings and align them with the new business needs, you will be contributing to the development and delivery of the new programs, to the business. In addition you will be monitoring the effectiveness of the new initiatives. The organisation offers a flexible working environment, with a modern and open state office situated in the heart of Collins Street, Melbourne. The ManagerYou will work alongside a cooperative manager that will support, develop and grow your skill set in an autonomous environment.The Key ResponsibilitiesSupport the implementation of a new Learning Platform (course mapping / first point of contact for business users)Work collaboratively with other business services groups to support transition of learning materials to new learning platform (quality control)First point of contact for all Learning System enquiries, including course creation and registrations, reporting and other administrative tasksCoordinate the logistics of development programs (face to face, virtual live and webinars) including venue, materials, joining instructions, instructors, equipment etc.Manage internal processes to ensure that employees are adequately trained and regularly re-trained in critical and compliance issues. (WBT, Risk)Coordinate regular reporting to track and monitor development & engagement metrics progress and outcomesDraft materials to promote attendance, engagement and participation in Learning & Engagement initiatives (invites, SharePoint, presentations)Coordinate the in-house learning calendar - Nationally Degree qualified, you will have solid experience within a similar learning and development role in a professional services environment. A true professional, you operate with integrity and confidence with the ability to relate and influence outcomes across all levels of the business. You will be a trusted advisor with excellent stakeholder management skills and be passionate about learning and development consultancy.Please contact Jacqueline Kourlinis on 0429 384 046 for further information, apply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV at www.hrpartners.com.au. The reference number for this role is 14M0470846. 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.
      L&D Coordinator Are you looking for your next job opportunity as a Learning and Development Coordinator based in the CBD? I think I have the opportunity for you! You will have the chance to partner with one of the leading Australian Law Firms. The jobYou will be working within the “people team” of fifteen HR professionals to construct and implement new material for one of the internal business units. This will be done by partnering with key stakeholders and business leaders. You will be required to analyse the current offerings and align them with the new business needs, you will be contributing to the development and delivery of the new programs, to the business. In addition you will be monitoring the effectiveness of the new initiatives. The organisation offers a flexible working environment, with a modern and open state office situated in the heart of Collins Street, Melbourne. The ManagerYou will work alongside a cooperative manager that will support, develop and grow your skill set in an autonomous environment.The Key ResponsibilitiesSupport the implementation of a new Learning Platform (course mapping / first point of contact for business users)Work collaboratively with other business services groups to support transition of learning materials to new learning platform (quality control)First point of contact for all Learning System enquiries, including course creation and registrations, reporting and other administrative tasksCoordinate the logistics of development programs (face to face, virtual live and webinars) including venue, materials, joining instructions, instructors, equipment etc.Manage internal processes to ensure that employees are adequately trained and regularly re-trained in critical and compliance issues. (WBT, Risk)Coordinate regular reporting to track and monitor development & engagement metrics progress and outcomesDraft materials to promote attendance, engagement and participation in Learning & Engagement initiatives (invites, SharePoint, presentations)Coordinate the in-house learning calendar - Nationally Degree qualified, you will have solid experience within a similar learning and development role in a professional services environment. A true professional, you operate with integrity and confidence with the ability to relate and influence outcomes across all levels of the business. You will be a trusted advisor with excellent stakeholder management skills and be passionate about learning and development consultancy.Please contact Jacqueline Kourlinis on 0429 384 046 for further information, apply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV at www.hrpartners.com.au. The reference number for this role is 14M0470846. 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.

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