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      • parramatta, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$150,000 - AU$180,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      This feel good organisation is currently seeking an experienced and pragmatic HR professional who can embed best practice methodologies in this fast growing organisation. As the Head of HR, you will be responsible for providing professional services on all aspects of human resources management and strategy. This includes partnering with all stakeholders to identify HR priorities and the implementation of appropriate people management solutions in relation to all aspects including organisational development, culture and change to deliver outcomes and manage issues.Managing a HR team of 6, you will lead the implementation of initiatives to improve quality and efficiency of servicedelivery. Reporting directly into the CEO, you will be required to support the business in the delivery of the Strategic Plan through the alignment of appropriate People Strategies and priorities.My client is looking for demonstrated experience in implementing and delivering best in class Human ResourcesFrameworks, along with strong influential leadership skills. Should this opportunity align to your next move, then hit apply now or email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Khouri mkhouri@hrpartners.com.auAt 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.
      This feel good organisation is currently seeking an experienced and pragmatic HR professional who can embed best practice methodologies in this fast growing organisation. As the Head of HR, you will be responsible for providing professional services on all aspects of human resources management and strategy. This includes partnering with all stakeholders to identify HR priorities and the implementation of appropriate people management solutions in relation to all aspects including organisational development, culture and change to deliver outcomes and manage issues.Managing a HR team of 6, you will lead the implementation of initiatives to improve quality and efficiency of servicedelivery. Reporting directly into the CEO, you will be required to support the business in the delivery of the Strategic Plan through the alignment of appropriate People Strategies and priorities.My client is looking for demonstrated experience in implementing and delivering best in class Human ResourcesFrameworks, along with strong influential leadership skills. Should this opportunity align to your next move, then hit apply now or email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Khouri mkhouri@hrpartners.com.auAt 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • full-time
      Talent Acquisition Identify recruitment needs in a businessStrong communication and influence skills CBD Location - 6 month Fixed Term ContractPartner with hiring managers to manage end to end recruitment, providing advice on current market trends and sourcing for specialist rolesWorking in a collaborative, specialised team, you will proactively partner with the business and act as a trusted advisor to hiring managers in the identification, recruitment and on-boarding of the best talent to drive and support the business strategy. Key responsibilitiesAdvising key stakeholders on recruitment best practice, market trends and sourcing strategiesManaging end to end recruitmentPartnering with managers to identify recruitment needsBuilding trusted relationships with hiring managers and being proactive in managing and communicationBuilding strong relationships with future candidates & the ability to pipeline for future opportunities. A consultative approach, credibility and trust with multiple stakeholders coupled with your proven track record within the tech space, will be the key to your success. Along with: Outstanding communication skillsExcellent time management.Experience with tech recruitment.Passionate for creative and innovative ways of thinking For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on hwinter@hrpartners.com.auAt 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.
      Talent Acquisition Identify recruitment needs in a businessStrong communication and influence skills CBD Location - 6 month Fixed Term ContractPartner with hiring managers to manage end to end recruitment, providing advice on current market trends and sourcing for specialist rolesWorking in a collaborative, specialised team, you will proactively partner with the business and act as a trusted advisor to hiring managers in the identification, recruitment and on-boarding of the best talent to drive and support the business strategy. Key responsibilitiesAdvising key stakeholders on recruitment best practice, market trends and sourcing strategiesManaging end to end recruitmentPartnering with managers to identify recruitment needsBuilding trusted relationships with hiring managers and being proactive in managing and communicationBuilding strong relationships with future candidates & the ability to pipeline for future opportunities. A consultative approach, credibility and trust with multiple stakeholders coupled with your proven track record within the tech space, will be the key to your success. Along with: Outstanding communication skillsExcellent time management.Experience with tech recruitment.Passionate for creative and innovative ways of thinking For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on hwinter@hrpartners.com.auAt 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.
      • 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$135,000, per year, attractive package
      • full-time
      Global Human Resources company requires a full time Product Owner to join their Product Squad and drive strategy by producing and maintaining a product vision and roadmap for their Products.You will work with a diverse range of Operating Companies in the Asia Pacific region to build and implement solutions. The Product Owner will be responsible for setting the product vision, maintaining and communicating the product roadmap, delivering high quality, cutting edge software.On a daily basis you will:Work across product roadmap, customer engagement, product vision and high quality software.Ensure the roadmap is published and communicated to all stakeholders.Build deep relationships with the customer organisations to understand business operations.Set & communicate product vision to internal teams, stakeholders and other parties.Work closely with the development team to ensure the client product is highly scalable.Ensure the product reflects accurately the ambition to the business to provide excellent user experience.To succeed in the role you will have:Excellent communication skills with the ability to deal with senior stakeholders and global clients.Highly experienced working as Business Analyst for 3+ years and/or strong Product background.Knowledge of B2B, B2C and SaaS.Working experience of both Agile and Waterfall methodologies.Public transport consisting of Buses & Trains is a 5 min walk away.A package consisting of Base + Super and training is on offer for the successful candidate.Please call Patrick Egan @ Randstad Technologies on 0407 261 441 for a confidential discussion or just hit the apply button belowAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Global Human Resources company requires a full time Product Owner to join their Product Squad and drive strategy by producing and maintaining a product vision and roadmap for their Products.You will work with a diverse range of Operating Companies in the Asia Pacific region to build and implement solutions. The Product Owner will be responsible for setting the product vision, maintaining and communicating the product roadmap, delivering high quality, cutting edge software.On a daily basis you will:Work across product roadmap, customer engagement, product vision and high quality software.Ensure the roadmap is published and communicated to all stakeholders.Build deep relationships with the customer organisations to understand business operations.Set & communicate product vision to internal teams, stakeholders and other parties.Work closely with the development team to ensure the client product is highly scalable.Ensure the product reflects accurately the ambition to the business to provide excellent user experience.To succeed in the role you will have:Excellent communication skills with the ability to deal with senior stakeholders and global clients.Highly experienced working as Business Analyst for 3+ years and/or strong Product background.Knowledge of B2B, B2C and SaaS.Working experience of both Agile and Waterfall methodologies.Public transport consisting of Buses & Trains is a 5 min walk away.A package consisting of Base + Super and training is on offer for the successful candidate.Please call Patrick Egan @ Randstad Technologies on 0407 261 441 for a confidential discussion or just hit the apply button belowAt 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 cbd, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$110,000 - AU$120,000 per year
      • full-time
      Permanent Sydney CBD location - Currently still fully remote. HR Business Partner Join this exciting, compassionate international healthcare business, and their Australian HR team to support managers across Australia and New Zealand on all their people-related matters. There is a recruitment and payroll team, along with international L&D expertise and global HR teams to help drive initiatives and jump onto various initiatives where possible. Key ResponsibilitiesER - partnering with managers on performance, grievances and disciplinaries L&D - Partnering with managers on various learning initiativesAdhoc HR Projects Various HR Advice and support Key Requirements3-4 years experience in an HR Generalist capacity Strong team playerStrong stakeholder management What to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email James Hunt: jhunt@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV! If this sounds a little like you but not quite, give me a call on 0421 918 613 to discuss what you are looking for in your next HR opportunity (or other questions) further. 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.
      Permanent Sydney CBD location - Currently still fully remote. HR Business Partner Join this exciting, compassionate international healthcare business, and their Australian HR team to support managers across Australia and New Zealand on all their people-related matters. There is a recruitment and payroll team, along with international L&D expertise and global HR teams to help drive initiatives and jump onto various initiatives where possible. Key ResponsibilitiesER - partnering with managers on performance, grievances and disciplinaries L&D - Partnering with managers on various learning initiativesAdhoc HR Projects Various HR Advice and support Key Requirements3-4 years experience in an HR Generalist capacity Strong team playerStrong stakeholder management What to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email James Hunt: jhunt@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV! If this sounds a little like you but not quite, give me a call on 0421 918 613 to discuss what you are looking for in your next HR opportunity (or other questions) further. 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000, per year, super + bonus
      • full-time
      Join a Global leader in recovery and re-manufacturingFast paced, dynamic team in waste industry environmentPermanent opportunity - $95k + superAbout The CompanyOur client has a global footprint and a dynamic team culture. We are proud to partner with them to employ dedicated people who share a deep understanding of the technology, markets, stakeholder engagement and policies required to transform the re-manufacturing sector.About the RoleThis role will report to the General Manager to ensure the safe, efficient and cost effective provision of acceptable quality products to meet agreed performance targets and statutory requirements at a plant located in Wetherill park consisting of 25-30 employeesQuality process testing and review to ensure consistent quality products for customers, and to meet customer contractual specificationsProduct and process technical supportMonitor product quality from raw material receival through to finished productAnalyze and interrogate on-line analyzer real-time measurement dataImplement and maintain calibration procedures and records for on-line measuring equipmentSupervise the operation of laboratory, and maintenance of laboratory equipment andstandardsMaintain site accreditation for Quality Management ISO 9001:2015Ensure a safe working environment for all workers and visitorsImplement the strategy for improving safety performance by developing and implementingHSE policies, plans, programs, and systems to meet organizational objectivesManage safety management systems including policies, procedures manuals and practices and electronic reporting platformsMaintain HSE metrics and data, management systems, and undertake reporting requirementsWork with RTW coordinators to ensure injury management, WorkCover and return to work programs are managed effectively The Successful Applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline (eg science, engineering) Minimum 3 years’ experience in Quality / HSE in a manufacturing, mineral processing or waste industry environment Relevant qualifications in HSEQ or related discipline Thorough understanding of Workers Compensation and OH&S LegislationDemonstrated experience in implementing health and safety management systems, and providing advice to managers and staff with regard to best practice HS&E QS matters Next stepsIf you are ready to submit your resume please select “Apply Now”..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. 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.
      Join a Global leader in recovery and re-manufacturingFast paced, dynamic team in waste industry environmentPermanent opportunity - $95k + superAbout The CompanyOur client has a global footprint and a dynamic team culture. We are proud to partner with them to employ dedicated people who share a deep understanding of the technology, markets, stakeholder engagement and policies required to transform the re-manufacturing sector.About the RoleThis role will report to the General Manager to ensure the safe, efficient and cost effective provision of acceptable quality products to meet agreed performance targets and statutory requirements at a plant located in Wetherill park consisting of 25-30 employeesQuality process testing and review to ensure consistent quality products for customers, and to meet customer contractual specificationsProduct and process technical supportMonitor product quality from raw material receival through to finished productAnalyze and interrogate on-line analyzer real-time measurement dataImplement and maintain calibration procedures and records for on-line measuring equipmentSupervise the operation of laboratory, and maintenance of laboratory equipment andstandardsMaintain site accreditation for Quality Management ISO 9001:2015Ensure a safe working environment for all workers and visitorsImplement the strategy for improving safety performance by developing and implementingHSE policies, plans, programs, and systems to meet organizational objectivesManage safety management systems including policies, procedures manuals and practices and electronic reporting platformsMaintain HSE metrics and data, management systems, and undertake reporting requirementsWork with RTW coordinators to ensure injury management, WorkCover and return to work programs are managed effectively The Successful Applicant will demonstrate the following skills and attributes:Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline (eg science, engineering) Minimum 3 years’ experience in Quality / HSE in a manufacturing, mineral processing or waste industry environment Relevant qualifications in HSEQ or related discipline Thorough understanding of Workers Compensation and OH&S LegislationDemonstrated experience in implementing health and safety management systems, and providing advice to managers and staff with regard to best practice HS&E QS matters Next stepsIf you are ready to submit your resume please select “Apply Now”..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. 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.
      • cardiff, new south wales
      • contract
      • full-time
      Well respectful not-for-profit organisationFixed term contract offering flexible working arrangements Competitive salary and salary packaging of up to $15,900The Role Our client, a leader and trusted disability service provider, is looking for an experienced HR advisor to join their team on a Fixed Term Maternity Leave Position until June 2022. As the HR advisor you are responsible for providing support to the Leadership and Management teams across their Northern NSW Support Services. Reporting to the People Partner you will be responsible for providing accurate and timely advice and coaching to business partners and employees across the full range of generalist HR/people issues. Paired with this, you will also ensure HR practices are compliant with the company’s policies and processes, along with relevant legislative requirements. Your Duties:Successfully advising the Operations team on the broad spectrum of people issuesSound, accurate and timely advice to be provided in the areas of workforce planning, employee onboarding, performance management, award and agreement interpretation, employee relations, reward and recognition, retention, and talent identificationWorking collaboratively across the People, Learning and Culture community, promoting a culture of best practice and continuous improvementFostering a collaborative relationship with stakeholder groups whilst managing needs,expectations and competing prioritiesPlay a part in recruitment processes, working with the Operations team to attract talentWhat you’ll need to succeed:You will be passionate about employee relations and performance management and bring your customer focused people practices and your ability to role model our client’s organisational values.Strong HR Advisor experience in a dynamic environment (minimum 2 years) Qualifications in HR ( Tafe or University) Ability to work effectively with a range of stakeholders at all levelsExcellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills, with the ability to work effectively across a range of stakeholders, including unionsStrong written communication skills, including the ability to prepare written reports.Demonstrated conflict resolution skills and solutions focusedExcellent computer literacy and confidence, tech savvy Experience working in the Disability or Community Services Sector would be an advantageDue to the nature of this role, the successful candidate must be prepared to undertake a National Police Check If you feel this is the opportunity for you, please follow the links to apply uploading a resume and cover letter addressing the criteria. If you would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Celia on (02) 4032 7310 or email celia.luis@randstad.com.au 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.
      Well respectful not-for-profit organisationFixed term contract offering flexible working arrangements Competitive salary and salary packaging of up to $15,900The Role Our client, a leader and trusted disability service provider, is looking for an experienced HR advisor to join their team on a Fixed Term Maternity Leave Position until June 2022. As the HR advisor you are responsible for providing support to the Leadership and Management teams across their Northern NSW Support Services. Reporting to the People Partner you will be responsible for providing accurate and timely advice and coaching to business partners and employees across the full range of generalist HR/people issues. Paired with this, you will also ensure HR practices are compliant with the company’s policies and processes, along with relevant legislative requirements. Your Duties:Successfully advising the Operations team on the broad spectrum of people issuesSound, accurate and timely advice to be provided in the areas of workforce planning, employee onboarding, performance management, award and agreement interpretation, employee relations, reward and recognition, retention, and talent identificationWorking collaboratively across the People, Learning and Culture community, promoting a culture of best practice and continuous improvementFostering a collaborative relationship with stakeholder groups whilst managing needs,expectations and competing prioritiesPlay a part in recruitment processes, working with the Operations team to attract talentWhat you’ll need to succeed:You will be passionate about employee relations and performance management and bring your customer focused people practices and your ability to role model our client’s organisational values.Strong HR Advisor experience in a dynamic environment (minimum 2 years) Qualifications in HR ( Tafe or University) Ability to work effectively with a range of stakeholders at all levelsExcellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills, with the ability to work effectively across a range of stakeholders, including unionsStrong written communication skills, including the ability to prepare written reports.Demonstrated conflict resolution skills and solutions focusedExcellent computer literacy and confidence, tech savvy Experience working in the Disability or Community Services Sector would be an advantageDue to the nature of this role, the successful candidate must be prepared to undertake a National Police Check If you feel this is the opportunity for you, please follow the links to apply uploading a resume and cover letter addressing the criteria. If you would like to have a confidential discussion, please call Celia on (02) 4032 7310 or email celia.luis@randstad.com.au 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.
      • 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
      • contract
      • full-time
      Senior Analyst Reward and Design Focusing on remuneration, benefits, recognition, position management and organisational design. We are looking for an experienced analyst to support the design implementation and deliveries of the reward and design programs. Providing recommendations to stakeholders to help support effective decision management.About the role Develop, implement and evaluate contemporary Reward and Design programs.Review of reward and position management-related policies and guidelines.Implement processes to ensure departments comply with new and current policies.Provide analysis and recommendations for decision support.Recommendation of new and enhanced reward and design programs. Providing advice to HR Business Partners, managers and employees on reward and design matters.Support and Coordinate HR activities associated with departmental proposals & restructure. To be successful in thisUnderstanding and exposure to HR legalisationAnalytical experience in a HR context with high attention to detailAbility to handle sensitive and confidential informationFor a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on harriet.winter@hrpartners.com.auAt 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.
      Senior Analyst Reward and Design Focusing on remuneration, benefits, recognition, position management and organisational design. We are looking for an experienced analyst to support the design implementation and deliveries of the reward and design programs. Providing recommendations to stakeholders to help support effective decision management.About the role Develop, implement and evaluate contemporary Reward and Design programs.Review of reward and position management-related policies and guidelines.Implement processes to ensure departments comply with new and current policies.Provide analysis and recommendations for decision support.Recommendation of new and enhanced reward and design programs. Providing advice to HR Business Partners, managers and employees on reward and design matters.Support and Coordinate HR activities associated with departmental proposals & restructure. To be successful in thisUnderstanding and exposure to HR legalisationAnalytical experience in a HR context with high attention to detailAbility to handle sensitive and confidential informationFor a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on harriet.winter@hrpartners.com.auAt 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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$130,000 - AU$135,000, per year, 135k + sup
      • full-time
      Working for this organisation you will partner with business leaders to create and promote a safer place to work across diverse programs and business units across NSW. As part of this WHS team you will work to coach staff to recognise and manage the risks associated with their activities. Based in Sydney CBD offices you will build strong relationships with a range of employees working.In this role you will;Assist managers & employees to promote WHS Coach, train & advise managers and employees on safe work practisesDevelop and implement strategic and operational WHS improvement plansMonitor, review and investigate incidents and investigationsComplete site audits and risk assessments across NSW work sitesProvide data and information for WHS reportingTravel to metro & regional locations in NSW and interstate frequently to meet with stakeholders, complete audits and manage investigations To be successful in this role you will have;Experience in completing internal audits using WHS management systems and standardsProven experience in incident investigation & managementStrong stakeholders management skills with proven experience working with a broad range of people and the ability to influence & advise as appropriateWorking knowledge and understanding of current health & safety legislation and workers compensationCurrent driver's licence For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on harriet.winter@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.
      Working for this organisation you will partner with business leaders to create and promote a safer place to work across diverse programs and business units across NSW. As part of this WHS team you will work to coach staff to recognise and manage the risks associated with their activities. Based in Sydney CBD offices you will build strong relationships with a range of employees working.In this role you will;Assist managers & employees to promote WHS Coach, train & advise managers and employees on safe work practisesDevelop and implement strategic and operational WHS improvement plansMonitor, review and investigate incidents and investigationsComplete site audits and risk assessments across NSW work sitesProvide data and information for WHS reportingTravel to metro & regional locations in NSW and interstate frequently to meet with stakeholders, complete audits and manage investigations To be successful in this role you will have;Experience in completing internal audits using WHS management systems and standardsProven experience in incident investigation & managementStrong stakeholders management skills with proven experience working with a broad range of people and the ability to influence & advise as appropriateWorking knowledge and understanding of current health & safety legislation and workers compensationCurrent driver's licence For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on harriet.winter@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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$150,000 per year
      • full-time
      We're looking for a HR Business Partner with a keen interest and strong experience in people analytics, as this role will be responsible for payroll, analytics, compliance and reporting. You will also be involved in managing P&C initiatives including recruitment, training, employee wellbeing and safety.Reporting to the Executive Manager, People and Culture, the HR Business Partner will play a critical role in supporting the organisation in meeting its strategic goals through its people and enable the HR function to achieve effective and sustainable practice. key responsilbieis: Lead the outsourced monthly payroll process and maintain the annual people budget and forecast.Process annual salary reviews and conduct remuneration benchmarking and job sizing.Develop and monitor STI and LTI plans.Develop data and manage the annual Workplace Gender Equality Agency report.Lead employee experience projects, e.g onboarding. Lead the Staff Engagement & Pulse surveys and identify opportunities to improve employee engagement. To be successful in this role you will have strong HR and people analytics experience, proven ability in analysing and interpreting data. You will have strong consulting, negotiation and facilitation skills. You will also have high attention to detail, strong business and commercial acumen and a continuous improvement mindset.If you are interested in this role, please apply now via the appropriate link below or for a confidential conversation call Sophie Ryan on 0481 214 184 or email at sryan@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.
      We're looking for a HR Business Partner with a keen interest and strong experience in people analytics, as this role will be responsible for payroll, analytics, compliance and reporting. You will also be involved in managing P&C initiatives including recruitment, training, employee wellbeing and safety.Reporting to the Executive Manager, People and Culture, the HR Business Partner will play a critical role in supporting the organisation in meeting its strategic goals through its people and enable the HR function to achieve effective and sustainable practice. key responsilbieis: Lead the outsourced monthly payroll process and maintain the annual people budget and forecast.Process annual salary reviews and conduct remuneration benchmarking and job sizing.Develop and monitor STI and LTI plans.Develop data and manage the annual Workplace Gender Equality Agency report.Lead employee experience projects, e.g onboarding. Lead the Staff Engagement & Pulse surveys and identify opportunities to improve employee engagement. To be successful in this role you will have strong HR and people analytics experience, proven ability in analysing and interpreting data. You will have strong consulting, negotiation and facilitation skills. You will also have high attention to detail, strong business and commercial acumen and a continuous improvement mindset.If you are interested in this role, please apply now via the appropriate link below or for a confidential conversation call Sophie Ryan on 0481 214 184 or email at sryan@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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$160,000, per year, Package negotiable depending on exp.
      • full-time
      Opportunity for a Operations Manager to become GM;Join a winning and growing team in a service sector;Opportunity to make you mark in a fast growing industry; About the position:Our Client is seeking to hire an Operations manager / General manager to join our leadership team. Focus will be to have someone on board that can either take over as GM immediately or be groomed into the GM role over the next 12 months. You will be in charge of providing inspired leadership for the operation of one of our organization's lines of business, which involves making important policy and strategic decisions, as well as the development and implementation of operational policies and procedures. You will also be assisting our Human Resources department with recruiting, when necessary, and help promote a company culture that encourages morale and performance. Key Responsibilities:Provide inspired leadership for the organization;Make important policy, planning, and strategy decisions;Develop, implement, and review operational policies and procedures;Assist HR with recruiting when necessary;Help promote a company culture that encourages top performance and high morale;Oversee budgeting, reporting, planning, and auditing;Work with senior stakeholders;Ensure all legal and regulatory documents are filed and monitor compliance with laws and regulations;Work with the board of directors to determine values and mission, and plan for short and long-term goals;Identify and address problems and opportunities for the company;Build alliances and partnerships with other organizations;Support worker communication with the management team;PnL Responsibilities Qualification & Experience:Qualification in operations management, business management or related field.Experience in management, operations, and leadership within the Australian Market.PnL management experienceStrong internal and external stakeholder management skills.Excellent communication skills.Understanding of financial management. Salary & Location & Work RightsSalary - $140,000 - $170,000 (Salary Negotiable depending on experience)Location - Eastern Suburbs Only Permanent Residents or Australian Citizens will be considered for this roleHow to apply:Apply online, feel free to give me call 72 hours after application has been made: Vern Myburgh - 0449 229 194At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Opportunity for a Operations Manager to become GM;Join a winning and growing team in a service sector;Opportunity to make you mark in a fast growing industry; About the position:Our Client is seeking to hire an Operations manager / General manager to join our leadership team. Focus will be to have someone on board that can either take over as GM immediately or be groomed into the GM role over the next 12 months. You will be in charge of providing inspired leadership for the operation of one of our organization's lines of business, which involves making important policy and strategic decisions, as well as the development and implementation of operational policies and procedures. You will also be assisting our Human Resources department with recruiting, when necessary, and help promote a company culture that encourages morale and performance. Key Responsibilities:Provide inspired leadership for the organization;Make important policy, planning, and strategy decisions;Develop, implement, and review operational policies and procedures;Assist HR with recruiting when necessary;Help promote a company culture that encourages top performance and high morale;Oversee budgeting, reporting, planning, and auditing;Work with senior stakeholders;Ensure all legal and regulatory documents are filed and monitor compliance with laws and regulations;Work with the board of directors to determine values and mission, and plan for short and long-term goals;Identify and address problems and opportunities for the company;Build alliances and partnerships with other organizations;Support worker communication with the management team;PnL Responsibilities Qualification & Experience:Qualification in operations management, business management or related field.Experience in management, operations, and leadership within the Australian Market.PnL management experienceStrong internal and external stakeholder management skills.Excellent communication skills.Understanding of financial management. Salary & Location & Work RightsSalary - $140,000 - $170,000 (Salary Negotiable depending on experience)Location - Eastern Suburbs Only Permanent Residents or Australian Citizens will be considered for this roleHow to apply:Apply online, feel free to give me call 72 hours after application has been made: Vern Myburgh - 0449 229 194At 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
      • AU$170,000 - AU$185,000, per year, attractive package
      • full-time
      Global Human Resources provider requires a permanent IT Project Portfolio Manager for their Sydney CBD office.As a IT Project Portfolio Manager you will responsible for the oversight and administration of the project portfolio. This includes working with management and staff, as well as other departments to assess, document, and budget potential projects.On a daily basis your role will involve:Manage the project portfolio covering a wide range of initiatives from intake to delivery for the Information Technology DivisionWork with the leadership team, department directors and project business sponsors to provide a comprehensive overview of capital and operational projectsWork collaboratively with the stakeholders on project requests, processes and procedures through project completion including projects specifically managed by PMO/PMs.Perform project scheduling, resource planning, leveling and management (forecast impacts on staffing where project scope may have changed) – as well as effective use of metrics, and reporting.Manage all aspects of change control and risk oversight.Track and report project statuses on a timely basis to IT leadership, stakeholders and sponsors.Work with all levels of firm leadership, functional and operational staff to ensure project initiatives are managed and maintained; develop executive level presentations of the portfolio and project budget.Manage the annual capital budget process through inception to final approval by senior leadership.Recalibrate the portfolio as necessary when the demands of the business dictate a change in deliveryTo succeed in this role you will have:Extensive experience in large scale implementations with an emphasis on enterprise information systems across multiple functions.Experience in portfolio, program and/or project management with a successful project management track record in full life cycle information technology implementation projects, with proven record of execution to time and budget.PMP or equivalent certification.Thorough knowledge and related work experience of the project management process, theory and life-cycle, including Waterfall and Agile methodology, as well as Project Delivery Framework and SDLC.Detail-oriented with proven ability to adapt to a dynamic environment and oversee multiple projects, manage schedules, resource allocation/planning and maximize work efforts across all teams.Skilled at creating and delivering executive level presentations.Ability to improve current processes and procedures; present opportunities for change and help implement them for the benefit of the firm.Possess a thorough understanding of information technology and its application to business issues; understands the use of information technology in a strategic context as a means to an end;Conversant with current technologies and trends relevant to the firm.Public transport consisting of buses & trains is right outside the front door.An excellent package is on offer for the successful candidate consisting of Base, Superannuation & Training.Please call Patrick Egan @ Randstad Technologies on 0407 261 441 or just hit the apply button below.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Global Human Resources provider requires a permanent IT Project Portfolio Manager for their Sydney CBD office.As a IT Project Portfolio Manager you will responsible for the oversight and administration of the project portfolio. This includes working with management and staff, as well as other departments to assess, document, and budget potential projects.On a daily basis your role will involve:Manage the project portfolio covering a wide range of initiatives from intake to delivery for the Information Technology DivisionWork with the leadership team, department directors and project business sponsors to provide a comprehensive overview of capital and operational projectsWork collaboratively with the stakeholders on project requests, processes and procedures through project completion including projects specifically managed by PMO/PMs.Perform project scheduling, resource planning, leveling and management (forecast impacts on staffing where project scope may have changed) – as well as effective use of metrics, and reporting.Manage all aspects of change control and risk oversight.Track and report project statuses on a timely basis to IT leadership, stakeholders and sponsors.Work with all levels of firm leadership, functional and operational staff to ensure project initiatives are managed and maintained; develop executive level presentations of the portfolio and project budget.Manage the annual capital budget process through inception to final approval by senior leadership.Recalibrate the portfolio as necessary when the demands of the business dictate a change in deliveryTo succeed in this role you will have:Extensive experience in large scale implementations with an emphasis on enterprise information systems across multiple functions.Experience in portfolio, program and/or project management with a successful project management track record in full life cycle information technology implementation projects, with proven record of execution to time and budget.PMP or equivalent certification.Thorough knowledge and related work experience of the project management process, theory and life-cycle, including Waterfall and Agile methodology, as well as Project Delivery Framework and SDLC.Detail-oriented with proven ability to adapt to a dynamic environment and oversee multiple projects, manage schedules, resource allocation/planning and maximize work efforts across all teams.Skilled at creating and delivering executive level presentations.Ability to improve current processes and procedures; present opportunities for change and help implement them for the benefit of the firm.Possess a thorough understanding of information technology and its application to business issues; understands the use of information technology in a strategic context as a means to an end;Conversant with current technologies and trends relevant to the firm.Public transport consisting of buses & trains is right outside the front door.An excellent package is on offer for the successful candidate consisting of Base, Superannuation & Training.Please call Patrick Egan @ Randstad Technologies on 0407 261 441 or just hit the apply button below.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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