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      • brisbane cbd, queensland
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$90,000, per year, Laptop, Mobile Phone, STI after 12 months
      • full-time
      This organisation is undergoing significant growth and change. They support large scale projects focused in the infrastructure and energy industries. The organisation is committed to sustainable practices that support the environment and communities around Australia. The business has worked hard to ensure the achievement of exceptional operational and corporate performance and are committed to ensuring prosperity into the future.In this newly created permanent role, you will support a growing HR team in ensuring operational efficiencies are met that support the division and the business on an ongoing basis. This role will see you:Drive mobility related services across corporate and project environments. Review and implement new processes and systems to create efficiencies Better utilise the HRIS to assist in mobilisation and onboardingEnsure all compliance requirements are met and coach line managers on best practiceSupport project ‘ramp-up’ & ‘demob’ duties including transfer / mobilisation co-ordination Contract management, and internal / external client liaison. Ensure accurate and timely flow of information internally including payrollEnsuring professional capability is integrated efficiently and ‘on-time’To succeed in this business-focused contract appointment, you will ideally be an experienced mobility or HR project professional. Experience drawn from a heavy industry sector (including mining, manufacturing, construction arenas) will be well received. Importantly, you will be a natural problem solver with solid time management and multitasking abilities, with success in delivering project requirements.To apply please follow the link below (resumes in MS Word please). Phone enquiries to Tim Newham or Lilia Doering on (07) 3031 3291.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.
      This organisation is undergoing significant growth and change. They support large scale projects focused in the infrastructure and energy industries. The organisation is committed to sustainable practices that support the environment and communities around Australia. The business has worked hard to ensure the achievement of exceptional operational and corporate performance and are committed to ensuring prosperity into the future.In this newly created permanent role, you will support a growing HR team in ensuring operational efficiencies are met that support the division and the business on an ongoing basis. This role will see you:Drive mobility related services across corporate and project environments. Review and implement new processes and systems to create efficiencies Better utilise the HRIS to assist in mobilisation and onboardingEnsure all compliance requirements are met and coach line managers on best practiceSupport project ‘ramp-up’ & ‘demob’ duties including transfer / mobilisation co-ordination Contract management, and internal / external client liaison. Ensure accurate and timely flow of information internally including payrollEnsuring professional capability is integrated efficiently and ‘on-time’To succeed in this business-focused contract appointment, you will ideally be an experienced mobility or HR project professional. Experience drawn from a heavy industry sector (including mining, manufacturing, construction arenas) will be well received. Importantly, you will be a natural problem solver with solid time management and multitasking abilities, with success in delivering project requirements.To apply please follow the link below (resumes in MS Word please). Phone enquiries to Tim Newham or Lilia Doering on (07) 3031 3291.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.
      • australia, queensland
      • temporary
      • AU$65.00 - AU$78.00, per hour, Super
      • full-time
      YOUR NEW ORGANISATIONThis department in the Public Sector is looking for two HR Advisors to join their team. This is a fantastic opportunity for experienced HR generalists preferably with prior public sector experience to start a new role within this department.YOUR NEW DUTIESOne role has a broad, generalist scope whilst the second role has a focus on wellbeing and employee relations. In addition you will:Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business Partner with key stakeholders across all areas of HR, including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies when needed Provide guidance to the more junior team membersReport directly to the HR Leader WHAT YOU ARE / YOUR SKILLSETExperience in the public sector or Not-for-profit sector advantageousRelevant qualification in HR, Psychology or Organisational DevelopmentGeneralist experience in employee relations, L&D and recruitmentAbility to build positive relationships with stakeholdersAn excellent communicator whether that be verbal or writtenPositive and personableExpertise with HRIS to hit the ground runningResilienceFully vaccinated against COVID-19WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?$65-$78/hr + super depending on your experienceASAP StartFull Time 6 Month contractWork in a well-known government departmentLocated in Brisbane CBD with flexible work options If this SOUNDS LIKE YOU, please APPLY NOW through the link below to commence your new role in HR within the government, confidential enquiries to Connie Li 0476 010 726.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.
      YOUR NEW ORGANISATIONThis department in the Public Sector is looking for two HR Advisors to join their team. This is a fantastic opportunity for experienced HR generalists preferably with prior public sector experience to start a new role within this department.YOUR NEW DUTIESOne role has a broad, generalist scope whilst the second role has a focus on wellbeing and employee relations. In addition you will:Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business Partner with key stakeholders across all areas of HR, including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies when needed Provide guidance to the more junior team membersReport directly to the HR Leader WHAT YOU ARE / YOUR SKILLSETExperience in the public sector or Not-for-profit sector advantageousRelevant qualification in HR, Psychology or Organisational DevelopmentGeneralist experience in employee relations, L&D and recruitmentAbility to build positive relationships with stakeholdersAn excellent communicator whether that be verbal or writtenPositive and personableExpertise with HRIS to hit the ground runningResilienceFully vaccinated against COVID-19WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?$65-$78/hr + super depending on your experienceASAP StartFull Time 6 Month contractWork in a well-known government departmentLocated in Brisbane CBD with flexible work options If this SOUNDS LIKE YOU, please APPLY NOW through the link below to commence your new role in HR within the government, confidential enquiries to Connie Li 0476 010 726.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.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$100,000 per year
      • full-time
      This HR Consultancy has an innovative, human centered approach to everything they do. Their success has seen them grow from their original base in Sydney to Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane and the USA. Their highly experienced executive team have long standing relationships and networks within a broad range of corporate businesses and SMEs. This role will provide you with a friendly, supportive culture along with flexible working arrangements. There are plans for further expansion in the Brisbane market and this role will be a key contributor to this expansion. Area of practice include:Cultural review and alignmentConsulting around Diversity and Inclusion, performance, talent and rewardDevelopments of frameworks around HR, business operations and recruitmentCoaching and providing advice to managers and business leaders around all elements of HRUtilising knowledge and experience gained from interactions with a broad range of businesses to draw on best practice, individualised business interventionsDetermine project plans, lead workshops and provide advice to influence performanceYour new role will see you build strong relationships both internally and with external clients. Regular interaction with your team will provide you with insights and tools to best manage your portfolio. You will utilise data and metrics along with consultation to determine best practice approaches to change. You may hail from a similar background with a focus on supporting commercial clients or you may have a generalist / L&OD background with a passion for consulting. Qualifications in Business / HR / org psych or similar will be highly regarded. Please send your CV to Gianni Sgualdino through the link below 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.
      This HR Consultancy has an innovative, human centered approach to everything they do. Their success has seen them grow from their original base in Sydney to Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane and the USA. Their highly experienced executive team have long standing relationships and networks within a broad range of corporate businesses and SMEs. This role will provide you with a friendly, supportive culture along with flexible working arrangements. There are plans for further expansion in the Brisbane market and this role will be a key contributor to this expansion. Area of practice include:Cultural review and alignmentConsulting around Diversity and Inclusion, performance, talent and rewardDevelopments of frameworks around HR, business operations and recruitmentCoaching and providing advice to managers and business leaders around all elements of HRUtilising knowledge and experience gained from interactions with a broad range of businesses to draw on best practice, individualised business interventionsDetermine project plans, lead workshops and provide advice to influence performanceYour new role will see you build strong relationships both internally and with external clients. Regular interaction with your team will provide you with insights and tools to best manage your portfolio. You will utilise data and metrics along with consultation to determine best practice approaches to change. You may hail from a similar background with a focus on supporting commercial clients or you may have a generalist / L&OD background with a passion for consulting. Qualifications in Business / HR / org psych or similar will be highly regarded. Please send your CV to Gianni Sgualdino through the link below 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.
      • se suburbs melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$220,000 - AU$221,000, per year, NFP
      • full-time
      Our client, one of the largest NFP providers in the SE suburbs of Melbourne is seeking a GM people enablement. Respect, Compassion and Kindness are core values of this organisation which works with disadvantaged people within our community.Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer the newly created role of General Manager People Enablement is responsible for leading Human Resources across the organisation to ensure that strategic, transformational, and operational Human Resources plan is achieved.The focus for the People enablement area for 2022 and beyond will be to rebuild core People practices though new and innovative approaches and sustain and build on the exceptional workforce.This is an end-to-end role covering the full remit of People and culture with a strong focus on building people leadership capability across the organisation, developing initiatives and programs to improve the employee value proposition and continuing to build, engage and retain talent.You will be managing a small team of HR professional and will provide strong leadership, coaching and development opportunities to the team and take on the role of an internal business coach to the organisations leaders.The GM People enablement with work collaboratively with the executive to foster an inclusive and client centred culture across its workforce as well as build capability across our workforce to deliver exceptional service.The key accountabilities of the role areEstablishing and leading the People Enablement Management Plans, including the People Enablement Strategic Plan, Workforce Planning, underlying HRManagement Plans and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) aligned to organisational strategic Plan and direction.Design and implement contemporary employment agreements, remuneration and reward frameworks and employee engagement initiativesEnsuring all required internal and external HR Governance Reporting is providing appropriate insight to the Board, Executive Management Team, Senior Management Team, and other internal and external stakeholders.Overseeing and enabling the improvement of the current People Enablement function services and processes.HR compliance requirements, ensuring the organisation is compliant with internal and external obligations, including OHS requirements, and ensuring HR and OHS policies and frameworks and EA are up to date and complied with.Leading pandemic response, including the management of People and COVID Safe actions.Develop and implement a robust reporting governance and risk management frameworks for people risks, particularly around incident reporting.Utilising project management and change management approaches for the continual improvement of People Enablement functions across the organisation, including leading the implementation and ongoing improvement of HRIS technology.Leading the design of a strong learning and development focus to equip staff to meet the organisations objectives and underpin an attractive EVPPlay a key role in shaping the organisation’s culture and operations by being a visible and influential leader at both operational and strategic level.Leading and driving continued development and maturity across Culture and Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion, Training and Development, andChampion respect for diversity and inclusion and the importance of culturally appropriate behaviour.About youThis role will suit a person who likes to be involved in all aspects of P and C, who thinks strategically but can act operationally and loves getting into fix things.The company is working within a complex, dynamic market and regulatory environment and requires somebody with not only a strong technical ability around all aspects of PC but somebody who can be adaptable and resilient in an evolving environment. A “can do” attitude is a must.The successful candidate will have;Degree level or above qualification in Human Resources Management combined with over five years’ experience in a Senior Human Resource Manager, or equivalent, position and a demonstrated ability to turn strategy into action.An understanding of compliance and reporting obligations within the community services sector or similar not for profit sector ( is preferable but we are flexible in our thinking around this)Demonstrated experience across the establishment of HR strategy and management plans to support organisational growth and maturity, including organisational design and change managementExperience managing Workplace Health and Wellbeing, including pandemic response preferably in a sector with similar challenges and experience in employee relations, including management of Enterprise Agreement renewal processes and Union relationship management.An absolute passion for HR and a client-focussed approach to Human Resources ensuring outcomes are achieved for both external clients and internal clients. For a confidential chat about the role please reach out to the HRP office (03- 86215700) to talk to Jeannette Lang or apply directly through the button below.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 NFP providers in the SE suburbs of Melbourne is seeking a GM people enablement. Respect, Compassion and Kindness are core values of this organisation which works with disadvantaged people within our community.Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer the newly created role of General Manager People Enablement is responsible for leading Human Resources across the organisation to ensure that strategic, transformational, and operational Human Resources plan is achieved.The focus for the People enablement area for 2022 and beyond will be to rebuild core People practices though new and innovative approaches and sustain and build on the exceptional workforce.This is an end-to-end role covering the full remit of People and culture with a strong focus on building people leadership capability across the organisation, developing initiatives and programs to improve the employee value proposition and continuing to build, engage and retain talent.You will be managing a small team of HR professional and will provide strong leadership, coaching and development opportunities to the team and take on the role of an internal business coach to the organisations leaders.The GM People enablement with work collaboratively with the executive to foster an inclusive and client centred culture across its workforce as well as build capability across our workforce to deliver exceptional service.The key accountabilities of the role areEstablishing and leading the People Enablement Management Plans, including the People Enablement Strategic Plan, Workforce Planning, underlying HRManagement Plans and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) aligned to organisational strategic Plan and direction.Design and implement contemporary employment agreements, remuneration and reward frameworks and employee engagement initiativesEnsuring all required internal and external HR Governance Reporting is providing appropriate insight to the Board, Executive Management Team, Senior Management Team, and other internal and external stakeholders.Overseeing and enabling the improvement of the current People Enablement function services and processes.HR compliance requirements, ensuring the organisation is compliant with internal and external obligations, including OHS requirements, and ensuring HR and OHS policies and frameworks and EA are up to date and complied with.Leading pandemic response, including the management of People and COVID Safe actions.Develop and implement a robust reporting governance and risk management frameworks for people risks, particularly around incident reporting.Utilising project management and change management approaches for the continual improvement of People Enablement functions across the organisation, including leading the implementation and ongoing improvement of HRIS technology.Leading the design of a strong learning and development focus to equip staff to meet the organisations objectives and underpin an attractive EVPPlay a key role in shaping the organisation’s culture and operations by being a visible and influential leader at both operational and strategic level.Leading and driving continued development and maturity across Culture and Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion, Training and Development, andChampion respect for diversity and inclusion and the importance of culturally appropriate behaviour.About youThis role will suit a person who likes to be involved in all aspects of P and C, who thinks strategically but can act operationally and loves getting into fix things.The company is working within a complex, dynamic market and regulatory environment and requires somebody with not only a strong technical ability around all aspects of PC but somebody who can be adaptable and resilient in an evolving environment. A “can do” attitude is a must.The successful candidate will have;Degree level or above qualification in Human Resources Management combined with over five years’ experience in a Senior Human Resource Manager, or equivalent, position and a demonstrated ability to turn strategy into action.An understanding of compliance and reporting obligations within the community services sector or similar not for profit sector ( is preferable but we are flexible in our thinking around this)Demonstrated experience across the establishment of HR strategy and management plans to support organisational growth and maturity, including organisational design and change managementExperience managing Workplace Health and Wellbeing, including pandemic response preferably in a sector with similar challenges and experience in employee relations, including management of Enterprise Agreement renewal processes and Union relationship management.An absolute passion for HR and a client-focussed approach to Human Resources ensuring outcomes are achieved for both external clients and internal clients. For a confidential chat about the role please reach out to the HRP office (03- 86215700) to talk to Jeannette Lang or apply directly through the button below.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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      RandstadRandstad is a global market leader providing specialised recruitment solutions across a variety of industry sectors and spanning across 39 countries in the world. As an employer of choice, we have developed a culture that will challenge you, keep you interested and develop your career. A few other highlights include:HRD Public Sector Recruiter of the year 2020Randstad represents 90% of the global HR services market649,000 Randstad sourced candidates are deployed globally in our partnership companies dailyYour new roleOur vibrant, hardworking and high performing Government Business Support team in Adelaide are looking for their next Recruitment Consultant. As a recruitment consultant you will help source, screen and interview Adelaide's best business support talent for roles such as customer service and contact centre professionals, EA's/PA's, administrators, project officers and many more. This is a great chance for an eager individual who has a passion for recruitment and sales.A typical day:Managing the candidate process from initial enquiry through to placementMaintaining business relationships over the phone and through face-to-face meetingsMaintaining a strong candidate pipeline for proactive recruitment needsProactive in your approach to win new business and grow market shareEnjoy a positive, driven, and collaborative team environmentWhat are we looking for?We are looking for a driven, proactive and resilient professional who is focused on delivering the best possible results each and every day. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, will strive to over-achieve sales and activity targets whilst working proactively in a team environment. We are looking for candidates with commercial acumen, business sense and most importantly an outstanding work-ethic.Benefits of joining usWorking as a Recruiter at Randstad your package will be made up of an above market base salary + superannuation and an excellent uncapped monthly commission structure.Earn uncapped commission on of your base salary - your annual take home $$ are 100% reflective of your effortsAn intensive on-boarding and structured training program; including online e-learning, peer mentoring and on the job coaching/shadowingReal progression opportunities and mapped career pathwaysGreat rewards and incentives; regular awards & recognition programsWork for a global organisation that holds multiple awards in the industryEnjoy your loyalty leave (1 extra day for every year of service) and Randstad shares purchase planLove your birthday leave, purchased leave, and corporate healthcare discountsReceive discounts from our multiple; health, fitness, and banking partnersNext stepsIf you're looking to step into a fast-paced, rewarding and flexible environment click the apply button or contact Maralen Nehme on 08 8468 8059 or maralen.nehme@randstad.com.au for any questions before applying.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.
      RandstadRandstad is a global market leader providing specialised recruitment solutions across a variety of industry sectors and spanning across 39 countries in the world. As an employer of choice, we have developed a culture that will challenge you, keep you interested and develop your career. A few other highlights include:HRD Public Sector Recruiter of the year 2020Randstad represents 90% of the global HR services market649,000 Randstad sourced candidates are deployed globally in our partnership companies dailyYour new roleOur vibrant, hardworking and high performing Government Business Support team in Adelaide are looking for their next Recruitment Consultant. As a recruitment consultant you will help source, screen and interview Adelaide's best business support talent for roles such as customer service and contact centre professionals, EA's/PA's, administrators, project officers and many more. This is a great chance for an eager individual who has a passion for recruitment and sales.A typical day:Managing the candidate process from initial enquiry through to placementMaintaining business relationships over the phone and through face-to-face meetingsMaintaining a strong candidate pipeline for proactive recruitment needsProactive in your approach to win new business and grow market shareEnjoy a positive, driven, and collaborative team environmentWhat are we looking for?We are looking for a driven, proactive and resilient professional who is focused on delivering the best possible results each and every day. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, will strive to over-achieve sales and activity targets whilst working proactively in a team environment. We are looking for candidates with commercial acumen, business sense and most importantly an outstanding work-ethic.Benefits of joining usWorking as a Recruiter at Randstad your package will be made up of an above market base salary + superannuation and an excellent uncapped monthly commission structure.Earn uncapped commission on of your base salary - your annual take home $$ are 100% reflective of your effortsAn intensive on-boarding and structured training program; including online e-learning, peer mentoring and on the job coaching/shadowingReal progression opportunities and mapped career pathwaysGreat rewards and incentives; regular awards & recognition programsWork for a global organisation that holds multiple awards in the industryEnjoy your loyalty leave (1 extra day for every year of service) and Randstad shares purchase planLove your birthday leave, purchased leave, and corporate healthcare discountsReceive discounts from our multiple; health, fitness, and banking partnersNext stepsIf you're looking to step into a fast-paced, rewarding and flexible environment click the apply button or contact Maralen Nehme on 08 8468 8059 or maralen.nehme@randstad.com.au for any questions before applying.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.
      • melbourne airport, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$85,000, per year, + super
      • full-time
      Permanent, full-time opportunity working within a well-known international airlineOpportunity to be part of a strategic and welcoming Operations Management team Melbourne International Airport Location with flexible working optionsOne of our well-known international airline clients is currently seeking a Workforce & Rostering Manager to join their Operations Team in Melbourne. The successful incumbent will support the operations management team by continuously developing and maintaining efficient and effective workforce planning and staff rostering.Key responsibilities: As a key member of the team you are required to provide leadership, build capability and work in an agile manner. The key responsibilities of the role include: Working with the operations management team to identify areas of risk, opportunity and improvements in workforce planning and rostering and recommends solutions. Undertaking ongoing analysis of workforce schedules and trends considering flight schedules, staff absenteeism, shortages and surplus. In collaboration with the Store Managers, ensures rosters are completed in a timely manner.Collecting casual availability information via reviewing availability forms and communicating any casual shortages to the operations management team. Reviewing headcount based on Workforce Management scheduling, identifying staff shortages to support proactive recruitment needs.Ensuring new employees are rostered to attend induction training along with undertaking the client’s Induction Program.Ensuring timely communication to staff of their rostered shifts and any changes.Ensuring accurate information is supplied via the Workforce Management System (WFM) in time for payroll to process.Regularly reviewing staff’s contracted hours and ensuring changes are reflected in WFM for scheduling purposes. Championing the optimisation and control of personnel costs.Undertaking a variety of reporting and general administrative and support tasks as required by the Operations management team and Head of Human Resources. About you:Strong experience in a workforce management, planning and rostering roleTertiary qualifications or equivalent in human resources or a related fieldRetail experienceProven ability to interpret industrial awards and understand applicable entitlements and conditionsHighly organised, adaptable and flexibleHigh level communication and presentation skillsAbility to manage multiple tasks and prioritiesAbility to work within an environment of change and uncertaintyPlease apply now using the 'Apply Now' button. Alternatively, please call Jacqueline Kourlinis for a confidential discussion on 0429 384 046 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.
      Permanent, full-time opportunity working within a well-known international airlineOpportunity to be part of a strategic and welcoming Operations Management team Melbourne International Airport Location with flexible working optionsOne of our well-known international airline clients is currently seeking a Workforce & Rostering Manager to join their Operations Team in Melbourne. The successful incumbent will support the operations management team by continuously developing and maintaining efficient and effective workforce planning and staff rostering.Key responsibilities: As a key member of the team you are required to provide leadership, build capability and work in an agile manner. The key responsibilities of the role include: Working with the operations management team to identify areas of risk, opportunity and improvements in workforce planning and rostering and recommends solutions. Undertaking ongoing analysis of workforce schedules and trends considering flight schedules, staff absenteeism, shortages and surplus. In collaboration with the Store Managers, ensures rosters are completed in a timely manner.Collecting casual availability information via reviewing availability forms and communicating any casual shortages to the operations management team. Reviewing headcount based on Workforce Management scheduling, identifying staff shortages to support proactive recruitment needs.Ensuring new employees are rostered to attend induction training along with undertaking the client’s Induction Program.Ensuring timely communication to staff of their rostered shifts and any changes.Ensuring accurate information is supplied via the Workforce Management System (WFM) in time for payroll to process.Regularly reviewing staff’s contracted hours and ensuring changes are reflected in WFM for scheduling purposes. Championing the optimisation and control of personnel costs.Undertaking a variety of reporting and general administrative and support tasks as required by the Operations management team and Head of Human Resources. About you:Strong experience in a workforce management, planning and rostering roleTertiary qualifications or equivalent in human resources or a related fieldRetail experienceProven ability to interpret industrial awards and understand applicable entitlements and conditionsHighly organised, adaptable and flexibleHigh level communication and presentation skillsAbility to manage multiple tasks and prioritiesAbility to work within an environment of change and uncertaintyPlease apply now using the 'Apply Now' button. Alternatively, please call Jacqueline Kourlinis for a confidential discussion on 0429 384 046 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, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$130,000, per year, +Super + Package
      • full-time
      About Our client runs a thriving industrial business with a growing footprint across Victoria and is seeking a Safety Manager to oversee the implementation and strategy for Safety in Victoria. Overview: We’re seeking a Safety Manager who can oversee strategy, lead team and the continuous improvement of systems, compliance and the risk culture. Our client sites are often loud and dusty and therefore the role is best suited to someone from the engineering, construction or industrial sector who are comfortable with working around these conditions. As the suitable candidate you will be responsible for undertaking and maintaining a strategic risk review & register across all operational hazards, develop safety audit, inspection and observation schedules. Duties include: Implement policy and systems Use ICAM for incident investigationsLiaise with business unit and the line managerProvide monthly safety reportsDevelop safety audits, inspection and observation schedules Requirements: Undergraduate qualifications in OH&S, Behavioral Sciences or similar Lead Auditor in Safety Management Systems (ISO 45000)A clean driving license. Why apply This is a great opportunity for an experienced Safety Professional to join a busy and growing business in this strategic role. You will enjoy working with large workforces and be able to positively contribute and create a safe work environment. As the suitable candidate you will have a proven track record within the mining, construction, resources, manufacturing and/or engineering industry at a senior level. In return you will receive a salary and car allowance of upto $120-130K + Package. To be considered, please click on the link and send your resume to Peter Stewart at Randstad. 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.
      About Our client runs a thriving industrial business with a growing footprint across Victoria and is seeking a Safety Manager to oversee the implementation and strategy for Safety in Victoria. Overview: We’re seeking a Safety Manager who can oversee strategy, lead team and the continuous improvement of systems, compliance and the risk culture. Our client sites are often loud and dusty and therefore the role is best suited to someone from the engineering, construction or industrial sector who are comfortable with working around these conditions. As the suitable candidate you will be responsible for undertaking and maintaining a strategic risk review & register across all operational hazards, develop safety audit, inspection and observation schedules. Duties include: Implement policy and systems Use ICAM for incident investigationsLiaise with business unit and the line managerProvide monthly safety reportsDevelop safety audits, inspection and observation schedules Requirements: Undergraduate qualifications in OH&S, Behavioral Sciences or similar Lead Auditor in Safety Management Systems (ISO 45000)A clean driving license. Why apply This is a great opportunity for an experienced Safety Professional to join a busy and growing business in this strategic role. You will enjoy working with large workforces and be able to positively contribute and create a safe work environment. As the suitable candidate you will have a proven track record within the mining, construction, resources, manufacturing and/or engineering industry at a senior level. In return you will receive a salary and car allowance of upto $120-130K + Package. To be considered, please click on the link and send your resume to Peter Stewart at Randstad. 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.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$60,000 - AU$70,000, per year, Super
      • full-time
      About Randstad Education Randstad is the Number 1 global recruitment agency operating across 40 countries. But it's not about the big numbers for us - in the Education division we are all about people - putting our candidates and clients first in everything we do. Our actions influence the lives of teachers and children every day so we care about making the right connections and providing excellent service. We strive to be the easiest agency to work with for both our candidates and clients, and combine the latest technology with a personalised approach to make this happen.The Role We are looking for an early bird who wants to jump-start their day in a high-energy team environment. A strong background in customer service, travel, hospitality, sales or recruitment would support an immediate impact in this role, but not essential.You will be joining our Melbourne Schools Team as a Recruitment Consultant. A Day in Your New Role Would Include:Client Management: relationship building and management to meet the staffing needs of each school effectivelyTeacher Management: attract, onboard, and market outstanding teachers. Foster professional relationships that build teacher capacity Business Development: develop and implement effective strategies in business attraction and growthMarketing and Branding: build and implement an effective marketing strategy to support the attraction of client and candidatesWorkload Prioritisation: proven ability to manage high volume responsibilities with agility and efficiency. Leadership: for a person with experience and drive, this role could support a pathway into future leadership opportunitiesAbout You At Randstad Education, we consider ourselves to be life-long learners, and we never stop looking for ways to improve our personal and professional selves! We are looking for someone with a positive attitude, growth mindset, and a willingness to learn and develop as part of a team. Every member of our team is unique and brings their own knowledge and experiences. We use this to our advantage and ensure everyone feels supported in day to day responsibilities. If you are excited by the opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life everyday, thrive on working in a team atmosphere and achieve results together, and looking to make an impact - get in touch today!Benefits New Work Away Program - 8 weeks from anywhere in the world!Quarterly & annual, team-performance based incentive program Internal and external training programs Be Kind To Your Mind - wellbing initiativesAdditional Birthday and Volunteer LeaveTeam Social Events Application Requirements Valid Driver's Licence Working with Children Check Full, ongoing working rights at the time of applicationNo CV? No problem! Reach out today via phone/sms or email:m: 0499 343 863e: joseph.romo@randstad.com.auOur commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      About Randstad Education Randstad is the Number 1 global recruitment agency operating across 40 countries. But it's not about the big numbers for us - in the Education division we are all about people - putting our candidates and clients first in everything we do. Our actions influence the lives of teachers and children every day so we care about making the right connections and providing excellent service. We strive to be the easiest agency to work with for both our candidates and clients, and combine the latest technology with a personalised approach to make this happen.The Role We are looking for an early bird who wants to jump-start their day in a high-energy team environment. A strong background in customer service, travel, hospitality, sales or recruitment would support an immediate impact in this role, but not essential.You will be joining our Melbourne Schools Team as a Recruitment Consultant. A Day in Your New Role Would Include:Client Management: relationship building and management to meet the staffing needs of each school effectivelyTeacher Management: attract, onboard, and market outstanding teachers. Foster professional relationships that build teacher capacity Business Development: develop and implement effective strategies in business attraction and growthMarketing and Branding: build and implement an effective marketing strategy to support the attraction of client and candidatesWorkload Prioritisation: proven ability to manage high volume responsibilities with agility and efficiency. Leadership: for a person with experience and drive, this role could support a pathway into future leadership opportunitiesAbout You At Randstad Education, we consider ourselves to be life-long learners, and we never stop looking for ways to improve our personal and professional selves! We are looking for someone with a positive attitude, growth mindset, and a willingness to learn and develop as part of a team. Every member of our team is unique and brings their own knowledge and experiences. We use this to our advantage and ensure everyone feels supported in day to day responsibilities. If you are excited by the opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life everyday, thrive on working in a team atmosphere and achieve results together, and looking to make an impact - get in touch today!Benefits New Work Away Program - 8 weeks from anywhere in the world!Quarterly & annual, team-performance based incentive program Internal and external training programs Be Kind To Your Mind - wellbing initiativesAdditional Birthday and Volunteer LeaveTeam Social Events Application Requirements Valid Driver's Licence Working with Children Check Full, ongoing working rights at the time of applicationNo CV? No problem! Reach out today via phone/sms or email:m: 0499 343 863e: joseph.romo@randstad.com.auOur commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
      • inner west sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000 per year
      • full-time
      One of Australia's well established fashion houses is seeking a passionate HR Business Partner to join there for a very growing team. Working collaboratively with the Head of People & Culture, and supporting the delivery of the HR strategy to drive business. As the HR business partner you will Support and Advise Key stakeholders to effectively manage and support their teams, along with providing HR support and advice to our employees to support them in all aspects of their employment.The RoleSupporting leaders across the head office and store network, with effective delivery and people strategies.Guide a variety of HR disciplines across leadership capability, recruitment, engagement and retention, remuneration and benefits and performance managementManage ER cases end to end including employee grievances, performance issues and workplace health and safety. This role is around influencing, planning and implementing HR projects along with the ability to solve business problems with a fun and creative approach.To be successful in thisExperience in a true generalist/business partnering HR rolePassion for the fast paced world of Fashion and retailStrong stakeholder management skills with the ability to support and challenge as requiredTo be an adviser Experience in interpreting, understanding and applying awards, HR processes and policies across the employee lifecycleExceptional organisational and time management skillsExperience in end to end ER case managementThe natural capacity to be resilient, optimistic and fun to work with, even under pressure For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on hwinter@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.
      One of Australia's well established fashion houses is seeking a passionate HR Business Partner to join there for a very growing team. Working collaboratively with the Head of People & Culture, and supporting the delivery of the HR strategy to drive business. As the HR business partner you will Support and Advise Key stakeholders to effectively manage and support their teams, along with providing HR support and advice to our employees to support them in all aspects of their employment.The RoleSupporting leaders across the head office and store network, with effective delivery and people strategies.Guide a variety of HR disciplines across leadership capability, recruitment, engagement and retention, remuneration and benefits and performance managementManage ER cases end to end including employee grievances, performance issues and workplace health and safety. This role is around influencing, planning and implementing HR projects along with the ability to solve business problems with a fun and creative approach.To be successful in thisExperience in a true generalist/business partnering HR rolePassion for the fast paced world of Fashion and retailStrong stakeholder management skills with the ability to support and challenge as requiredTo be an adviser Experience in interpreting, understanding and applying awards, HR processes and policies across the employee lifecycleExceptional organisational and time management skillsExperience in end to end ER case managementThe natural capacity to be resilient, optimistic and fun to work with, even under pressure For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on hwinter@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$125,000 - AU$150,000 per year
      • full-time
      A wonderful opportunity has presented itself to join our well known professional services client located in the CBD during a time of exciting change within business. They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support to the executive and your dedicated client group. You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers.As a key member of the Human Resources team and reporting directly to the Human Resources Director, you will work closely with the Human Resources team, executive and your client group to deliver a range of HR activities. You will be responsible for the end to end implementation of strategic change initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day to day HR operations for your client group.Key areas of responsibility includeEstablishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the businessDemonstrate strength in Employee Relations.Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader business Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies.The successful candidate will have considerable experience within a similar role/environment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. You will be degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources and previous experience working within the professional services or financial sectors will be highly regarded. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Andrew Paatsch for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number 14M0475408, 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.
      A wonderful opportunity has presented itself to join our well known professional services client located in the CBD during a time of exciting change within business. They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support to the executive and your dedicated client group. You will consider yourself highly motivated, a self starter, commercial and an experienced HR professional, who brings with them considerable experience in developing high quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers.As a key member of the Human Resources team and reporting directly to the Human Resources Director, you will work closely with the Human Resources team, executive and your client group to deliver a range of HR activities. You will be responsible for the end to end implementation of strategic change initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day to day HR operations for your client group.Key areas of responsibility includeEstablishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the businessDemonstrate strength in Employee Relations.Provide HR advice, direction and consultation to the business. Partner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR including performance management, recruitment and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader business Participate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies.The successful candidate will have considerable experience within a similar role/environment, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. You will be degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources and previous experience working within the professional services or financial sectors will be highly regarded. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Andrew Paatsch for a confidential discussion on (03) 8621 5700 quoting Reference Number 14M0475408, 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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$90,000, per year, + super
      • full-time
      Our client, a highly experienced, multidisciplinary engineering and management firm, is currently seeking a HR Advisor to join their team in the southern outskirts of the CBD. Having offices in Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne and Darwin, this large family business has since the early 80s developed and implemented engineer and industrial scale projects across the oil & gas, defence, water treatment & distribution, mining & minerals, and power generation & distribution sectors.About the roleAs a crucial part of the team, the HR Advisor will support the General Manager of Operations in developing and evolving the Human Resources System. Key responsibilities will include:Supporting Managers with recruitment requirements and resource planningStaff on- and off-boardingLearning and developmentSupporting the employee life cycleMaintaining and updating HR/IRDeveloping and preparing relevant reportingThis role will have the opportunities to grow into a more senior role over time for the right candidate. Who would this role be a fit for?This role would be a fit for a Human Resources professional who takes initiative, preferably with a consulting background from construction, engineering or heavy industries. This role is a supported stand alone role, and will require someone who has strong HR legislative knowledge in addition to a 'let's get this done’ attitude. In addition the successful candidate will preferably have:1 - 2 years experience in HR Advisory role or 2 -3 years experience in HR Coordinator roleRelevant qualifications in in Human Resources or other relevant fieldsDemonstrated experience recruitment, resource planning, training & developmentDemonstrated ability to work independently and manage competing priorities.Why is this a great opportunity? This role is a great opportunity for a HR Coordinator/ Advisor to take their career to that next stage. Whilst this is a stand-alone national role, it is supported by the GM of Operations who is looking to take HR out of their role. On top of that, you get to work in a friendly and supportive work environment where people respect each other, there is not a lot of hierarchy and the people are treated as people instead of numbers. If this sounds like a good fit for you, I would encourage you to apply! We will be doing interviews as the resumes come in, so do not hesitate to send through your resume. Please apply now using the 'Apply Now' button. Alternatively, please call Simone Christensen for a confidential discussion on (08) 8468 8057 quoting Reference Number 14M0476130 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, a highly experienced, multidisciplinary engineering and management firm, is currently seeking a HR Advisor to join their team in the southern outskirts of the CBD. Having offices in Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne and Darwin, this large family business has since the early 80s developed and implemented engineer and industrial scale projects across the oil & gas, defence, water treatment & distribution, mining & minerals, and power generation & distribution sectors.About the roleAs a crucial part of the team, the HR Advisor will support the General Manager of Operations in developing and evolving the Human Resources System. Key responsibilities will include:Supporting Managers with recruitment requirements and resource planningStaff on- and off-boardingLearning and developmentSupporting the employee life cycleMaintaining and updating HR/IRDeveloping and preparing relevant reportingThis role will have the opportunities to grow into a more senior role over time for the right candidate. Who would this role be a fit for?This role would be a fit for a Human Resources professional who takes initiative, preferably with a consulting background from construction, engineering or heavy industries. This role is a supported stand alone role, and will require someone who has strong HR legislative knowledge in addition to a 'let's get this done’ attitude. In addition the successful candidate will preferably have:1 - 2 years experience in HR Advisory role or 2 -3 years experience in HR Coordinator roleRelevant qualifications in in Human Resources or other relevant fieldsDemonstrated experience recruitment, resource planning, training & developmentDemonstrated ability to work independently and manage competing priorities.Why is this a great opportunity? This role is a great opportunity for a HR Coordinator/ Advisor to take their career to that next stage. Whilst this is a stand-alone national role, it is supported by the GM of Operations who is looking to take HR out of their role. On top of that, you get to work in a friendly and supportive work environment where people respect each other, there is not a lot of hierarchy and the people are treated as people instead of numbers. If this sounds like a good fit for you, I would encourage you to apply! We will be doing interviews as the resumes come in, so do not hesitate to send through your resume. Please apply now using the 'Apply Now' button. Alternatively, please call Simone Christensen for a confidential discussion on (08) 8468 8057 quoting Reference Number 14M0476130 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.
      • western sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$80,000 - AU$95,000, per year, + Super
      • full-time
      HR has a fantastic reputation and is a well respected function of the business. Located in Sydney's Western Suburbs this business offers a hybrid working model. As a HR Advisor you will play a key role in this HR team and build strong relationships across the business. You will assist with the full employee life cycle including employee relations, performance management, HR projects, and general HR administration. Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:End to end recruitment processEmployee RelationsAward interpretation HR projectsLearning and Development support and coordinationTo be successful in this role you have at least 3 years experience in a similar HR position. Exposure to employee relations is essential. If you have excellent knowledge in a range of HR disciplines, outstanding communication and relationship building skills then this will be a role that will suit you down to the ground.Please use the link provided to apply for the role or reach out to Tahlia Edenborough on 0477 604 865 for more details on the role. We look forward to hearing from you. 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.
      HR has a fantastic reputation and is a well respected function of the business. Located in Sydney's Western Suburbs this business offers a hybrid working model. As a HR Advisor you will play a key role in this HR team and build strong relationships across the business. You will assist with the full employee life cycle including employee relations, performance management, HR projects, and general HR administration. Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:End to end recruitment processEmployee RelationsAward interpretation HR projectsLearning and Development support and coordinationTo be successful in this role you have at least 3 years experience in a similar HR position. Exposure to employee relations is essential. If you have excellent knowledge in a range of HR disciplines, outstanding communication and relationship building skills then this will be a role that will suit you down to the ground.Please use the link provided to apply for the role or reach out to Tahlia Edenborough on 0477 604 865 for more details on the role. We look forward to hearing from you. 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.
      • inner west sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$80,000 per year
      • full-time
      Looking for a fun & exciting HR coordinator to join a forever growing team within the fashion industry. Supporting the people and culture team you will help support and advise employees in all aspects. The role General admin support to the HR teamProvide support in the delivery of people strategiesFirst contact for all queriesManage Contracts and Contract Variations - ensure all compliance is placecoordinate activities/actions for Work Health & SafetyEnd to end recruitment Workers compensation claim managementFacilitate on-boarding process for new startersGeneral HR related enquiries from employees and line managers e.g. employee benefits, pay/payroll, contracts, statutory entitlementsPeople & Culture project supportInterpret HR policies and employment legislationThis role comes with a supported manager who will and can mentor you along your journey within your HR career. You will have At least 1-2 years’ experience in a similar HR roleDegree qualification in Human Resources or related field preferredRetail and/or fashion industry experience an advantageMS Office skillsProvide exceptional customer serviceAbility to influence and build strong relationshipsExtremely high attention to detailProactive and confident approachExceptional relationship-building and communication skillsThe natural capacity to be resilient, optimistic and fun to work with, even under pressure. For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on hwinter@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.
      Looking for a fun & exciting HR coordinator to join a forever growing team within the fashion industry. Supporting the people and culture team you will help support and advise employees in all aspects. The role General admin support to the HR teamProvide support in the delivery of people strategiesFirst contact for all queriesManage Contracts and Contract Variations - ensure all compliance is placecoordinate activities/actions for Work Health & SafetyEnd to end recruitment Workers compensation claim managementFacilitate on-boarding process for new startersGeneral HR related enquiries from employees and line managers e.g. employee benefits, pay/payroll, contracts, statutory entitlementsPeople & Culture project supportInterpret HR policies and employment legislationThis role comes with a supported manager who will and can mentor you along your journey within your HR career. You will have At least 1-2 years’ experience in a similar HR roleDegree qualification in Human Resources or related field preferredRetail and/or fashion industry experience an advantageMS Office skillsProvide exceptional customer serviceAbility to influence and build strong relationshipsExtremely high attention to detailProactive and confident approachExceptional relationship-building and communication skillsThe natural capacity to be resilient, optimistic and fun to work with, even under pressure. For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on hwinter@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.
      • geelong, victoria
      • contract
      • full-time
      Our public sector Geelong based client is seeking a Business Partner. This role is a FT fixed term role to 30 September. This is a generalist role involved in support for the employment life cycle, including performance management, employee relations, remuneration, recruitment, redeployment and change management. The role: You will work closely with People & Culture Business Partners to support people related initiatives/activities into the business- respond to people issues escalated from People & Culture Shared Services and lead the implementation of a range of initiatives throughout the employee lifecycle- is responsible for the foundation and knowledge management for the Business Partnering branch to ensure a standard, best practice approach- Support Senior BP/s to enable HR solutions at all levels, promote diversity, talent, engagement, build capability and provide advice that contributes to the organisation’s goals and objectives.- Contribute to successful implementation of organisational change, associated communications and develop and implement change plans, consultation processes, resourcing requirements and management of redeployment cases.- Represent the BP team in cyclical people initiatives and projects (e.g. EOS, PDR) ensuring that the business lens is always applied- Coach manager’s in dealing with employees in difficult situations, focussing on early intervention and local resolution, managing people concerns and complaints, including assessment of workplace issues, negotiating and applying appropriate remedial action including mediation as required on a case by case basis.- Support the Senior BP with implementation of People & Culture (P&C) projects/initiatives, including the presentation of training sessions- Support managers in new employee induction and terminations of departing employees, including redundancies - Support the Senior BP with the Workforce Planning process (e.g. overseeing FTE Headcount Management and Approval Process (e.g. PCRs and eMoves) About you:- - 3 - 6 years generalist Human Resources experience in a similar role with strong HR practices and procedures knowledge- Business operations experience highly regarded- Demonstrated ability to liaise in a professional manner (with emotional intelligence and resilience) with a diverse internal and external stakeholders.Please reach out to sarah.lowes-fernando@randstad.com.au / 0490 927074 for a confidential discussion or apply via link. 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.
      Our public sector Geelong based client is seeking a Business Partner. This role is a FT fixed term role to 30 September. This is a generalist role involved in support for the employment life cycle, including performance management, employee relations, remuneration, recruitment, redeployment and change management. The role: You will work closely with People & Culture Business Partners to support people related initiatives/activities into the business- respond to people issues escalated from People & Culture Shared Services and lead the implementation of a range of initiatives throughout the employee lifecycle- is responsible for the foundation and knowledge management for the Business Partnering branch to ensure a standard, best practice approach- Support Senior BP/s to enable HR solutions at all levels, promote diversity, talent, engagement, build capability and provide advice that contributes to the organisation’s goals and objectives.- Contribute to successful implementation of organisational change, associated communications and develop and implement change plans, consultation processes, resourcing requirements and management of redeployment cases.- Represent the BP team in cyclical people initiatives and projects (e.g. EOS, PDR) ensuring that the business lens is always applied- Coach manager’s in dealing with employees in difficult situations, focussing on early intervention and local resolution, managing people concerns and complaints, including assessment of workplace issues, negotiating and applying appropriate remedial action including mediation as required on a case by case basis.- Support the Senior BP with implementation of People & Culture (P&C) projects/initiatives, including the presentation of training sessions- Support managers in new employee induction and terminations of departing employees, including redundancies - Support the Senior BP with the Workforce Planning process (e.g. overseeing FTE Headcount Management and Approval Process (e.g. PCRs and eMoves) About you:- - 3 - 6 years generalist Human Resources experience in a similar role with strong HR practices and procedures knowledge- Business operations experience highly regarded- Demonstrated ability to liaise in a professional manner (with emotional intelligence and resilience) with a diverse internal and external stakeholders.Please reach out to sarah.lowes-fernando@randstad.com.au / 0490 927074 for a confidential discussion or apply via link. 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.
      • inner west sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000 per year
      • full-time
      One of Australia's well established fashion houses is seeking a passionate HR Business Partner to join there for a very growing team. Working collaboratively with the Head of People & Culture, and supporting the delivery of the HR strategy to drive business. As the HR business partner you will Support and Advise Key stakeholders to effectively manage and support their teams, along with providing HR support and advice to our employees to support them in all aspects of their employment.The RoleSupporting leaders across the head office and store network, with effective delivery and people strategies.Guide a variety of HR disciplines across leadership capability, recruitment, engagement and retention, remuneration and benefits and performance managementManage ER cases end to end including employee grievances, performance issues and workplace health and safety. This role is around influencing, planning and implementing HR projects along with the ability to solve business problems with a fun and creative approach.To be successful in thisExperience in a true generalist/business partnering HR rolePassion for the fast paced world of Fashion and retailStrong stakeholder management skills with the ability to support and challenge as requiredTo be an adviser Experience in interpreting, understanding and applying awards, HR processes and policies across the employee lifecycleExceptional organisational and time management skillsExperience in end to end ER case managementThe natural capacity to be resilient, optimistic and fun to work with, even under pressure For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on hwinter@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.
      One of Australia's well established fashion houses is seeking a passionate HR Business Partner to join there for a very growing team. Working collaboratively with the Head of People & Culture, and supporting the delivery of the HR strategy to drive business. As the HR business partner you will Support and Advise Key stakeholders to effectively manage and support their teams, along with providing HR support and advice to our employees to support them in all aspects of their employment.The RoleSupporting leaders across the head office and store network, with effective delivery and people strategies.Guide a variety of HR disciplines across leadership capability, recruitment, engagement and retention, remuneration and benefits and performance managementManage ER cases end to end including employee grievances, performance issues and workplace health and safety. This role is around influencing, planning and implementing HR projects along with the ability to solve business problems with a fun and creative approach.To be successful in thisExperience in a true generalist/business partnering HR rolePassion for the fast paced world of Fashion and retailStrong stakeholder management skills with the ability to support and challenge as requiredTo be an adviser Experience in interpreting, understanding and applying awards, HR processes and policies across the employee lifecycleExceptional organisational and time management skillsExperience in end to end ER case managementThe natural capacity to be resilient, optimistic and fun to work with, even under pressure For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on hwinter@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.
      • inner west sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$75,000 - AU$80,000 per year
      • full-time
      Looking for a fun & exciting HR coordinator to join a forever growing team within the fashion industry. Supporting the people and culture team you will help support and advise employees in all aspects. The role General admin support to the HR teamProvide support in the delivery of people strategiesFirst contact for all queriesManage Contracts and Contract Variations - ensure all compliance is placecoordinate activities/actions for Work Health & SafetyEnd to end recruitment Workers compensation claim managementFacilitate on-boarding process for new startersGeneral HR related enquiries from employees and line managers e.g. employee benefits, pay/payroll, contracts, statutory entitlementsPeople & Culture project supportInterpret HR policies and employment legislationThis role comes with a supported manager who will and can mentor you along your journey within your HR career. You will have At least 1-2 years’ experience in a similar HR roleDegree qualification in Human Resources or related field preferredRetail and/or fashion industry experience an advantageMS Office skillsProvide exceptional customer serviceAbility to influence and build strong relationshipsExtremely high attention to detailProactive and confident approachExceptional relationship-building and communication skillsThe natural capacity to be resilient, optimistic and fun to work with, even under pressure. For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on hwinter@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.
      Looking for a fun & exciting HR coordinator to join a forever growing team within the fashion industry. Supporting the people and culture team you will help support and advise employees in all aspects. The role General admin support to the HR teamProvide support in the delivery of people strategiesFirst contact for all queriesManage Contracts and Contract Variations - ensure all compliance is placecoordinate activities/actions for Work Health & SafetyEnd to end recruitment Workers compensation claim managementFacilitate on-boarding process for new startersGeneral HR related enquiries from employees and line managers e.g. employee benefits, pay/payroll, contracts, statutory entitlementsPeople & Culture project supportInterpret HR policies and employment legislationThis role comes with a supported manager who will and can mentor you along your journey within your HR career. You will have At least 1-2 years’ experience in a similar HR roleDegree qualification in Human Resources or related field preferredRetail and/or fashion industry experience an advantageMS Office skillsProvide exceptional customer serviceAbility to influence and build strong relationshipsExtremely high attention to detailProactive and confident approachExceptional relationship-building and communication skillsThe natural capacity to be resilient, optimistic and fun to work with, even under pressure. For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Harriet Winter on hwinter@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$160,000 - AU$161,000 per year
      • full-time
      Reporting to the Head of People Experience and working closely with the Chief People Officer, the Remuneration and Benefits specialist will overseas this function. Responsibilities: Create and implement the remuneration strategy for presentation to the Executive Leadership team. Implement a consistent remuneration strategy and practice across East Coast offices.Oversee the data analysis, implementation and advising key stakeholders as required. Provide specialist advice to the Heads of People and Culture and teams in relation to remuneration and benefits.Play a key role in the execution of the bi-annual remuneration review including sourcing market data, setting remuneration bands, providing advice to the local P&C teams and working with Internal finance around forecasting.Provide recommendations on job design and job analysis as required.Support P&C projects as required, primarily related to remuneration and benefits. The successful candidate will have extensive experience in Remunerations and Benefits and preferably experience in, a professional services environment. You will have strong numerical, analytical, excel and presentation skills in addition to strong attention to detail. Strong relationship management skills and the ability to influence key stakeholders within senior positions is desired. If this sounds like an opportunity, you or someone in your network would be interested in exploring, please reach out to me for a confidential conversation 0481 214 184 or sryan@hrpartners.com.au. Or feel free to apply to this role directly using the link. 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.
      Reporting to the Head of People Experience and working closely with the Chief People Officer, the Remuneration and Benefits specialist will overseas this function. Responsibilities: Create and implement the remuneration strategy for presentation to the Executive Leadership team. Implement a consistent remuneration strategy and practice across East Coast offices.Oversee the data analysis, implementation and advising key stakeholders as required. Provide specialist advice to the Heads of People and Culture and teams in relation to remuneration and benefits.Play a key role in the execution of the bi-annual remuneration review including sourcing market data, setting remuneration bands, providing advice to the local P&C teams and working with Internal finance around forecasting.Provide recommendations on job design and job analysis as required.Support P&C projects as required, primarily related to remuneration and benefits. The successful candidate will have extensive experience in Remunerations and Benefits and preferably experience in, a professional services environment. You will have strong numerical, analytical, excel and presentation skills in addition to strong attention to detail. Strong relationship management skills and the ability to influence key stakeholders within senior positions is desired. If this sounds like an opportunity, you or someone in your network would be interested in exploring, please reach out to me for a confidential conversation 0481 214 184 or sryan@hrpartners.com.au. Or feel free to apply to this role directly using the link. 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.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • permanent
      • AU$30.00 - AU$32.00, per hour, exciting role with opportunity to work from home!
      • full-time
      Multiple ongoing temporary contracts availableCBD Location with ability to work from homeExciting projectAssessment Centre deliveryGreat team culture and trainingAbout the opportunity Exciting opportunities in the Brisbane Assessment Centre team are currently available for project consultants to come and join the team. In the role, you will be recruiting a high volume of roles in a busy and fast paced environment.You will be responsible for assisting with assessment centre delivery supporting a large project with recruitment administration. You will be part of a very successful, supportive and inclusive team made up of 10 consultants and candidate managers, who work as a team to support each other to achieve their individual goals as much as the teams goal. The team truly pride themselves on hard work, a great culture and exceptional service to clients and candidates. No day is ever the same in this team! About you You have previous experience in recruitment, resourcing, or HR administration. You thrive in a fast paced environment and have the drive to always do more and to succeed. You are a high achiever, motivated and you are a great team player. About Randstad Randstad is proud to have become the #1 HR services provider in the world thanks to our reputation for service excellence and the fact that we're built on recommendations. If you are looking for a company who prides itself on giving each and every employee a career and is focused on people, then being a Recruiter here in our Brisbane office is the right recruitment job for you. At Randstad we are always looking for innovative ways to optimize our processes. Technology with a human touch is what differentiates Randstad from our competitors. Apply Click on the apply button if you are ready to join Rachael and the team in Brisbane.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.
      Multiple ongoing temporary contracts availableCBD Location with ability to work from homeExciting projectAssessment Centre deliveryGreat team culture and trainingAbout the opportunity Exciting opportunities in the Brisbane Assessment Centre team are currently available for project consultants to come and join the team. In the role, you will be recruiting a high volume of roles in a busy and fast paced environment.You will be responsible for assisting with assessment centre delivery supporting a large project with recruitment administration. You will be part of a very successful, supportive and inclusive team made up of 10 consultants and candidate managers, who work as a team to support each other to achieve their individual goals as much as the teams goal. The team truly pride themselves on hard work, a great culture and exceptional service to clients and candidates. No day is ever the same in this team! About you You have previous experience in recruitment, resourcing, or HR administration. You thrive in a fast paced environment and have the drive to always do more and to succeed. You are a high achiever, motivated and you are a great team player. About Randstad Randstad is proud to have become the #1 HR services provider in the world thanks to our reputation for service excellence and the fact that we're built on recommendations. If you are looking for a company who prides itself on giving each and every employee a career and is focused on people, then being a Recruiter here in our Brisbane office is the right recruitment job for you. At Randstad we are always looking for innovative ways to optimize our processes. Technology with a human touch is what differentiates Randstad from our competitors. Apply Click on the apply button if you are ready to join Rachael and the team in Brisbane.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.
      • inner suburbs melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$70,000 - AU$74,580, per year, + Super
      • part-time
      Would you like to join one of Victoria’s largest telecommunications authority within the health sector and be a part of an organisation that is deeply committed to the community they serve? Then look no further!!! Our client is seeking an Learning and Development Advisor to join their team on an 8 Month FTC, with a high possibility of extension to design and deliver the new manager induction program for people leaders.Apart of the wider People, Capability and Reputation TeamPart-time Opportunity (22.6 Hours) with flexible working days and hoursBe apart of a team that is all about saving and improving the lives of othersBased in Melbourne’s Eastern Suburbs and reporting into the Learning and Development Consultant, you will play a lead role in designing and delivering initiatives across a range of programs. This role will be purly hybrid, with the expectation to be in the office once a month. You will have the ability to be a key and active participant of the People, Capability and Reputation Team. If you truly have a passion for all things people and learning this is the job for you. Key responsibilities will include:Responsible for the design and delivery of the new manager induction program for people leaders. This aims to build leadership capability and equip new leaders with the foundational knowledge and tools to lead effectively.Consult with P&C and Operational stakeholders to identify training needs and inform the development of the manager induction program.Ensure the development of the manager induction program is fit for purpose with mixed methods of delivery (i.e. e-learn, facilitator-lead, etc.) with a strong focus on predominantly virtual deliveryResponsible for the ongoing project management of the manager induction program, ensuring the program is designed and delivered within specified timeframes.Adopt a disciplined approach to tracking and measuring the effectiveness of the program, to support ongoing continuous improvement.Mapping out training plans with the Training dept and creating a communications plan for scheduled cohortsWork autonomously to move from concept to realityOther duties as directed by the Organisational Development Consultant. Additional duties may include supporting other organisational development initiatives more broadly, typically with an L&D focus.Your success within the job will be determined by your ability to design, build, deliver and understand the staff on all Learning and HR matters. You will need to have strong L&D experience with experience in designing and implementing learning and development programs (ideally 1-2 years) and previous experience in L&D program of leadership development and management training. In addition you will have a Tertiary or vocational qualification in Human Resources Management, Business, Audit Learning, Psychology and/or equivalent experience in this field or similar. Additionally, it is desireable that you have experience within the Public Sector, but not essential. If this sounds like the job for you please contact Mikhaila Bonnici on (03) 8621 5700 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.
      Would you like to join one of Victoria’s largest telecommunications authority within the health sector and be a part of an organisation that is deeply committed to the community they serve? Then look no further!!! Our client is seeking an Learning and Development Advisor to join their team on an 8 Month FTC, with a high possibility of extension to design and deliver the new manager induction program for people leaders.Apart of the wider People, Capability and Reputation TeamPart-time Opportunity (22.6 Hours) with flexible working days and hoursBe apart of a team that is all about saving and improving the lives of othersBased in Melbourne’s Eastern Suburbs and reporting into the Learning and Development Consultant, you will play a lead role in designing and delivering initiatives across a range of programs. This role will be purly hybrid, with the expectation to be in the office once a month. You will have the ability to be a key and active participant of the People, Capability and Reputation Team. If you truly have a passion for all things people and learning this is the job for you. Key responsibilities will include:Responsible for the design and delivery of the new manager induction program for people leaders. This aims to build leadership capability and equip new leaders with the foundational knowledge and tools to lead effectively.Consult with P&C and Operational stakeholders to identify training needs and inform the development of the manager induction program.Ensure the development of the manager induction program is fit for purpose with mixed methods of delivery (i.e. e-learn, facilitator-lead, etc.) with a strong focus on predominantly virtual deliveryResponsible for the ongoing project management of the manager induction program, ensuring the program is designed and delivered within specified timeframes.Adopt a disciplined approach to tracking and measuring the effectiveness of the program, to support ongoing continuous improvement.Mapping out training plans with the Training dept and creating a communications plan for scheduled cohortsWork autonomously to move from concept to realityOther duties as directed by the Organisational Development Consultant. Additional duties may include supporting other organisational development initiatives more broadly, typically with an L&D focus.Your success within the job will be determined by your ability to design, build, deliver and understand the staff on all Learning and HR matters. You will need to have strong L&D experience with experience in designing and implementing learning and development programs (ideally 1-2 years) and previous experience in L&D program of leadership development and management training. In addition you will have a Tertiary or vocational qualification in Human Resources Management, Business, Audit Learning, Psychology and/or equivalent experience in this field or similar. Additionally, it is desireable that you have experience within the Public Sector, but not essential. If this sounds like the job for you please contact Mikhaila Bonnici on (03) 8621 5700 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.
      • perth, western australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      YOUR NEW COMPANYOur client is a national professional services firm with an established and robust HR function. There is an immediate opportunity for an HR Assistant to join the team in the Perth CBD. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone studying or recently graduated with an interest in HR. YOUR NEW DUTIESProvide assistance to the HR teamAdmin portion of onboarding process of new employeesLiaise between stakeholdersComplete employment and payroll verificationRecord keepingWeekly reportingCreate new employee files according to company policyAd hoc duties as requiredWHAT YOU ARE / YOUR SKILLSETRelevant HR qualificationsAn excellent communicator whether that be verbal or writtenAttention to detailOrganisedAbility to handle confidential informationPositive and personable WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?ASAP StartFULL TIME PERMANENT WORKCollaborative and dynamic team with supportEntry into the HR fieldIf you are ready for your next challenge in 2022 please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Jessica Mazon for a confidential discussion on 0474 116 295 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.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.
      YOUR NEW COMPANYOur client is a national professional services firm with an established and robust HR function. There is an immediate opportunity for an HR Assistant to join the team in the Perth CBD. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone studying or recently graduated with an interest in HR. YOUR NEW DUTIESProvide assistance to the HR teamAdmin portion of onboarding process of new employeesLiaise between stakeholdersComplete employment and payroll verificationRecord keepingWeekly reportingCreate new employee files according to company policyAd hoc duties as requiredWHAT YOU ARE / YOUR SKILLSETRelevant HR qualificationsAn excellent communicator whether that be verbal or writtenAttention to detailOrganisedAbility to handle confidential informationPositive and personable WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?ASAP StartFULL TIME PERMANENT WORKCollaborative and dynamic team with supportEntry into the HR fieldIf you are ready for your next challenge in 2022 please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Jessica Mazon for a confidential discussion on 0474 116 295 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.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.
      • inner suburbs melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$140,000, per year, + Super
      • full-time
      Join one of Victoria’s largest providers, an organisation that offers a broad range of innovative training and higher education programs with a focus on practical experience and theoretical learning. As the People and Culture Manager within their supportive and collaborative team, you will provide high level guidance and expertise to management in relation to people management matters from a business partnering perspective. Permanent, ongoing job as People and Culture ManagerDirect reporting line to the Director of People and CultureMain focus on building and developing the HR TeamBased in Melbourne and reporting into the Director of People and Culture you will play a lead role in the development and implementation of HR projects and initiatives as well be involved in a variety of HR areas including recruitment and talent management, industrial relations, succession and workforce planning, reporting, systems and analytics and organisational development. You will have the ability to make the team yours and will have the opportunity to build and develop the HR Team. If you truly have a passion for all things people and HR this is the job for you.Key responsibilities will include:Assist managers with on-going team performance reviews ensuring teams are meeting key milestones and also identifying any training needs Support employee escalations, disciplinary matter, grievances, performance management, coaching and mentoring as required Prepare and make recommendations to the Director People and culture on the departments planning, budgeting and staff schedulesGuide management in the identification of workforce planning needs based upon the priorities of the organisation while ensuring legislative, regulatory and service requirements are metEnsure a strong and up-to-date HR policy and procedure frameworkLead and implement key projects and initiatives arising out of the Workforce Development Plan Your success within the job will be determined by your ability to advise the staff on all HR matters, your highly developed organisational skills together with the knowledge and commitment to effectively interpret, implement, prepare, present and report operations. In addition you will have a Tertiary or vocational qualification in Human Resources, Employee Relations/Industrial Relations, Business, Psychology and/or equivalent experience in this field or similar. Additionally, you will need to have experience within the Education Sector, as well as EBA Negotiation experience. If this sounds like the job for you please contact Mikhaila Bonnici or Andrew Paatsch on (03) 8621 5700 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.
      Join one of Victoria’s largest providers, an organisation that offers a broad range of innovative training and higher education programs with a focus on practical experience and theoretical learning. As the People and Culture Manager within their supportive and collaborative team, you will provide high level guidance and expertise to management in relation to people management matters from a business partnering perspective. Permanent, ongoing job as People and Culture ManagerDirect reporting line to the Director of People and CultureMain focus on building and developing the HR TeamBased in Melbourne and reporting into the Director of People and Culture you will play a lead role in the development and implementation of HR projects and initiatives as well be involved in a variety of HR areas including recruitment and talent management, industrial relations, succession and workforce planning, reporting, systems and analytics and organisational development. You will have the ability to make the team yours and will have the opportunity to build and develop the HR Team. If you truly have a passion for all things people and HR this is the job for you.Key responsibilities will include:Assist managers with on-going team performance reviews ensuring teams are meeting key milestones and also identifying any training needs Support employee escalations, disciplinary matter, grievances, performance management, coaching and mentoring as required Prepare and make recommendations to the Director People and culture on the departments planning, budgeting and staff schedulesGuide management in the identification of workforce planning needs based upon the priorities of the organisation while ensuring legislative, regulatory and service requirements are metEnsure a strong and up-to-date HR policy and procedure frameworkLead and implement key projects and initiatives arising out of the Workforce Development Plan Your success within the job will be determined by your ability to advise the staff on all HR matters, your highly developed organisational skills together with the knowledge and commitment to effectively interpret, implement, prepare, present and report operations. In addition you will have a Tertiary or vocational qualification in Human Resources, Employee Relations/Industrial Relations, Business, Psychology and/or equivalent experience in this field or similar. Additionally, you will need to have experience within the Education Sector, as well as EBA Negotiation experience. If this sounds like the job for you please contact Mikhaila Bonnici or Andrew Paatsch on (03) 8621 5700 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.
      • north sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$80,000 - AU$100,000 per year
      • part-time
      Looking for a top HR analyst to report and analyse HR data and make recommendations to key stakeholders. This role offers the chance to work on multiple projects as a stepping stone towards your development and leadership capabilities whilst being a part of a worldwide organisation, where employees are supported and valued. The Role: 3 month temp contract with a view to last 6 monthsNorth Sydney location Flexible working arrangements Leadership opportunitiesEmployee Engagement SurveySalary Benchmarking ReportPayroll ReportingAttrition & Headcount Reporting To be successful:Experience using Human Resources Management SystemsBackground in Payroll reporting Excellent research, analytical and problem-solving skillsExcellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Analytical experience in a HR context with high attention to detailExcellent verbal and written communication skillsAbility 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.
      Looking for a top HR analyst to report and analyse HR data and make recommendations to key stakeholders. This role offers the chance to work on multiple projects as a stepping stone towards your development and leadership capabilities whilst being a part of a worldwide organisation, where employees are supported and valued. The Role: 3 month temp contract with a view to last 6 monthsNorth Sydney location Flexible working arrangements Leadership opportunitiesEmployee Engagement SurveySalary Benchmarking ReportPayroll ReportingAttrition & Headcount Reporting To be successful:Experience using Human Resources Management SystemsBackground in Payroll reporting Excellent research, analytical and problem-solving skillsExcellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Analytical experience in a HR context with high attention to detailExcellent verbal and written communication skillsAbility 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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      About the roleRandstad is searching for an experienced Senior Talent Advisor to join one of our onsite recruitment teams. You will work as a part of an onsite team, partnering closely with our Government client, to support their ongoing recruitment across a variety of role types. This position is available as a fixed term contract through to 31 December 2022 with a possible 12 month extension.Your duties will include:Manage the end-to-end recruitment process for a variety of roles from sourcing and interviewing to offer negotiationEstablish and maintain meaningful relationships across talent acquisition team members, as well as key cross-functional relationships with internal stakeholdersAdvise others on best practices regarding the hiring processManage internal and external job postingsBuild, maintain and share a robust pipeline of talentUtilise innovative sourcing techniques and strategies to find, connect with and recruit top-tier talent About youTo be successful in this position, you will be able to demonstrate the following skills and experience:4+ years of recruitment experienceExperience recruiting across banking and finance, technologies and/or white collar rolesExcellent relationship management and stakeholder engagementExceptional communication skillsExperience using recruitment systems/databases The benefitsThe successful candidate will be offered an attractive base salary with the opportunity to earn a bonus based on their performance in the role. This is a great opportunity to develop your career by moving into an internal recruitment role. If you're interested in the role please APPLY NOW or contact Adi on 02 6132 3805 for a confidential discussion.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.
      About the roleRandstad is searching for an experienced Senior Talent Advisor to join one of our onsite recruitment teams. You will work as a part of an onsite team, partnering closely with our Government client, to support their ongoing recruitment across a variety of role types. This position is available as a fixed term contract through to 31 December 2022 with a possible 12 month extension.Your duties will include:Manage the end-to-end recruitment process for a variety of roles from sourcing and interviewing to offer negotiationEstablish and maintain meaningful relationships across talent acquisition team members, as well as key cross-functional relationships with internal stakeholdersAdvise others on best practices regarding the hiring processManage internal and external job postingsBuild, maintain and share a robust pipeline of talentUtilise innovative sourcing techniques and strategies to find, connect with and recruit top-tier talent About youTo be successful in this position, you will be able to demonstrate the following skills and experience:4+ years of recruitment experienceExperience recruiting across banking and finance, technologies and/or white collar rolesExcellent relationship management and stakeholder engagementExceptional communication skillsExperience using recruitment systems/databases The benefitsThe successful candidate will be offered an attractive base salary with the opportunity to earn a bonus based on their performance in the role. This is a great opportunity to develop your career by moving into an internal recruitment role. If you're interested in the role please APPLY NOW or contact Adi on 02 6132 3805 for a confidential discussion.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$90,000 - AU$110,000, per year, LTI + Superannuation
      • full-time
      Join one of Australia’s largest customer experience and customer support providers, an organisation that is seen as thought leaders in their industry, with a passion for their people and providing exemplary service to their clients. As HR Business Partner within their small, supportive and collaborative team, you will support the business through your operational experience and expertise within Human Resources and work closely with key internal and external stakeholders.Permanent, ongoing job as HR Business PartnerOperational, high energy and hands-on roleValues-driven and focused on continuous developmentBased in Adelaide and reporting into the National HR Manager, you will be a trusted partner to the leadership team in areas of HR, including employee relations, organisational development, WHS, workforce planning, change management, culture, climate, recruitment and talent management. If you truly have a passion for all things people and HR this is the job for you.Key responsibilities will include:Providing coaching, support and advice to all stakeholders across the organisation Contributing to the development, implementation and evaluation of policies and proceduresContributing to the management and implementation of projects and continuous improvements in line with training and development goals of the organisationProviding support and guidance on employee and industrial relations, including performance management, grievances, case management, and other relevant matters Change management and day-to-day management of the HR function for Adelaide, South AustraliaProvide advice to line managers on recruitment, selection and assessment methods, and vacancy managementBe the go-to person for all HR and people operations as the HR Business Partner.Your success within the job will be determined by your ability to advise the staff on all HR matters, your solutions-focused approach and dealing with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. In addition you will have a Tertiary or vocational qualification in Human Resources and/or equivalent experience in this field or similar. If this sounds like the job for you please contact Marilize De Witt on (08) 8468 8011 quoting Reference Number 14M0471255 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.
      Join one of Australia’s largest customer experience and customer support providers, an organisation that is seen as thought leaders in their industry, with a passion for their people and providing exemplary service to their clients. As HR Business Partner within their small, supportive and collaborative team, you will support the business through your operational experience and expertise within Human Resources and work closely with key internal and external stakeholders.Permanent, ongoing job as HR Business PartnerOperational, high energy and hands-on roleValues-driven and focused on continuous developmentBased in Adelaide and reporting into the National HR Manager, you will be a trusted partner to the leadership team in areas of HR, including employee relations, organisational development, WHS, workforce planning, change management, culture, climate, recruitment and talent management. If you truly have a passion for all things people and HR this is the job for you.Key responsibilities will include:Providing coaching, support and advice to all stakeholders across the organisation Contributing to the development, implementation and evaluation of policies and proceduresContributing to the management and implementation of projects and continuous improvements in line with training and development goals of the organisationProviding support and guidance on employee and industrial relations, including performance management, grievances, case management, and other relevant matters Change management and day-to-day management of the HR function for Adelaide, South AustraliaProvide advice to line managers on recruitment, selection and assessment methods, and vacancy managementBe the go-to person for all HR and people operations as the HR Business Partner.Your success within the job will be determined by your ability to advise the staff on all HR matters, your solutions-focused approach and dealing with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. In addition you will have a Tertiary or vocational qualification in Human Resources and/or equivalent experience in this field or similar. If this sounds like the job for you please contact Marilize De Witt on (08) 8468 8011 quoting Reference Number 14M0471255 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.
      • perth, western australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Our client is a leading professional services firm with offices across Australia. Reporting to the national Head of People, this permanent HR Advisor opportunity will cover all facets of the human resources discipline as a strategic and operational partner to the Perth CBD office of 150+ staff. You will be working locally in a team of three, including an HR Assistant, and collaborate with a very established national team of 18 passionate HR professionals. This firm views HR as critical to the broader success of the business and as such you will be considered an essential partner in planning at the senior levels. Culturally, this HR team takes pride in warmth, professionalism and approachability, alongside an empowered role in shaping the firm’s productive and high-performing workforce. Key responsibilities as HR Advisor will include:Training and developmentRecruitmentContinuous improvement within the HR functionTalent managementEmployee relationsCompensation and benefitsProjectsThe successful HR Advisor will have an established HR career with demonstrated stability and development. 6+ years of progressive HR experience This role will be management facing and requires a strong voice and ability to consultIndependent case management and performance management Down to earth attitude and strong people orientation is a mustIf you are ready for your next challenge in 2022 please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Jessica Mazon for a confidential discussion on 0474 116 295 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 is a leading professional services firm with offices across Australia. Reporting to the national Head of People, this permanent HR Advisor opportunity will cover all facets of the human resources discipline as a strategic and operational partner to the Perth CBD office of 150+ staff. You will be working locally in a team of three, including an HR Assistant, and collaborate with a very established national team of 18 passionate HR professionals. This firm views HR as critical to the broader success of the business and as such you will be considered an essential partner in planning at the senior levels. Culturally, this HR team takes pride in warmth, professionalism and approachability, alongside an empowered role in shaping the firm’s productive and high-performing workforce. Key responsibilities as HR Advisor will include:Training and developmentRecruitmentContinuous improvement within the HR functionTalent managementEmployee relationsCompensation and benefitsProjectsThe successful HR Advisor will have an established HR career with demonstrated stability and development. 6+ years of progressive HR experience This role will be management facing and requires a strong voice and ability to consultIndependent case management and performance management Down to earth attitude and strong people orientation is a mustIf you are ready for your next challenge in 2022 please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Jessica Mazon for a confidential discussion on 0474 116 295 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.
      • inner west sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$100,000 - AU$120,000 per year
      • full-time
      Fantastic opportunity to join Australia's number one retailer within the People & Culture team as a Learning Development specialist. Reporting to the Head of Learning Capability, this role will be responsible for the in-house design, development, implementation and up-skilling of learning solutions. Calling on your creative thinking and outgoing ideas to bring to the teams. The roleDeveloping new interactive learning experiencesDesigning new creative contentCollaborating with stakeholders to define training needsAnalysis training needs to close skill gapsEvaluate the effectiveness of current training programsOpportunity to work on a variety of exciting projectsAbout youExperience designing blended training programs for culturally diverseteams.Visual design skills and ability to storyboardRelevant design and developing technical and soft skills trainingOutgoing and creative personality You like working on a variety of projects andHave a passion towards supporting a broad range of learning & development initiatives.This company offers a wide range of amazing benefits. Including catered lunches 3 days a week, paid leave for your Birthday and generous employee discounts across their store. If you wish to hear more about this role and the amazing benefits they have to offer. Please send a copy of your resume to 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.
      Fantastic opportunity to join Australia's number one retailer within the People & Culture team as a Learning Development specialist. Reporting to the Head of Learning Capability, this role will be responsible for the in-house design, development, implementation and up-skilling of learning solutions. Calling on your creative thinking and outgoing ideas to bring to the teams. The roleDeveloping new interactive learning experiencesDesigning new creative contentCollaborating with stakeholders to define training needsAnalysis training needs to close skill gapsEvaluate the effectiveness of current training programsOpportunity to work on a variety of exciting projectsAbout youExperience designing blended training programs for culturally diverseteams.Visual design skills and ability to storyboardRelevant design and developing technical and soft skills trainingOutgoing and creative personality You like working on a variety of projects andHave a passion towards supporting a broad range of learning & development initiatives.This company offers a wide range of amazing benefits. Including catered lunches 3 days a week, paid leave for your Birthday and generous employee discounts across their store. If you wish to hear more about this role and the amazing benefits they have to offer. Please send a copy of your resume to 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 cbd, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$100,000 - AU$120,000 per year
      • full-time
      Permanent PositionCareer progression Well known Australian business Hybrid work model This is a unique opportunity for an experienced recruiter to join a well known Australian business based in Sydney CBD. Enjoy a collaborative close-knit team and the support of a fantastic HR Manager as you continue your career development. This business is awarded with one of the best graduate programs in Australia and this reputation is a big advantage when recruiting for graduates. In this role you will be responsible for the end to end recruitment for graduates and summer clerks. You are driving the recruitment process, building relationships with universities, attending fairs and sourcing quality and diverse candidates. You will assist with the onboarding and be the first point of contact for all graduates and summer clerks joining the business. To be successful in this role you have experience in graduate recruitment or extensive experience in talent acquisition within professional services. You have outstanding organisational and communication skills, worked in a fast-paced environment and you have a true passion for graduate recruitment. If this sounds like you, please apply using the link below or send your resume including to Shirley Dietvorst using sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au. If you have any further questions regarding the role, please feel free to call Shirley on 0412 555 685. We look forward to hearing from you.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 PositionCareer progression Well known Australian business Hybrid work model This is a unique opportunity for an experienced recruiter to join a well known Australian business based in Sydney CBD. Enjoy a collaborative close-knit team and the support of a fantastic HR Manager as you continue your career development. This business is awarded with one of the best graduate programs in Australia and this reputation is a big advantage when recruiting for graduates. In this role you will be responsible for the end to end recruitment for graduates and summer clerks. You are driving the recruitment process, building relationships with universities, attending fairs and sourcing quality and diverse candidates. You will assist with the onboarding and be the first point of contact for all graduates and summer clerks joining the business. To be successful in this role you have experience in graduate recruitment or extensive experience in talent acquisition within professional services. You have outstanding organisational and communication skills, worked in a fast-paced environment and you have a true passion for graduate recruitment. If this sounds like you, please apply using the link below or send your resume including to Shirley Dietvorst using sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au. If you have any further questions regarding the role, please feel free to call Shirley on 0412 555 685. We look forward to hearing from you.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 cbd, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$85,000 - AU$100,000, per year, Super
      • full-time
      Permanent opportunity Fun and reputable business Join a collaborative and high performing teamAs a Talent Acquisition Partner in this global company, you will be responsible for the end-to-end recruitment process from sourcing candidates to making the offer. The team you will join is high performing and organises different team events throughout the year. You will be reporting straight to the Talent Acquisition Manager who is an absolute delight to work with and puts your career development first.In this role, you will be recruiting for locations all over Australia and use different creative recruitment strategies to find the right talent. You will be involved in different strategies linked to securing the best talent, like creating the EVP. You are responsible for liaising with senior managers and directors of the business to take the job brief and advise and consult on the current market. To be successful in this position you have several years of experience in (internal) recruitment in a fast-paced environment. You are skilled in managing the expectations of senior stakeholders and have a passion for candidate management.If this sounds like your next role, please apply using the link below or send your resume to Shirley Dietvorst using sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au. Not ready to apply, please call Shirley for a confidential conversation on 0412 555 685. We look forward to hearing from you. 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 opportunity Fun and reputable business Join a collaborative and high performing teamAs a Talent Acquisition Partner in this global company, you will be responsible for the end-to-end recruitment process from sourcing candidates to making the offer. The team you will join is high performing and organises different team events throughout the year. You will be reporting straight to the Talent Acquisition Manager who is an absolute delight to work with and puts your career development first.In this role, you will be recruiting for locations all over Australia and use different creative recruitment strategies to find the right talent. You will be involved in different strategies linked to securing the best talent, like creating the EVP. You are responsible for liaising with senior managers and directors of the business to take the job brief and advise and consult on the current market. To be successful in this position you have several years of experience in (internal) recruitment in a fast-paced environment. You are skilled in managing the expectations of senior stakeholders and have a passion for candidate management.If this sounds like your next role, please apply using the link below or send your resume to Shirley Dietvorst using sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au. Not ready to apply, please call Shirley for a confidential conversation on 0412 555 685. We look forward to hearing from you. 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.
      • darlinghurst, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$60,000 - AU$65,000, per year, + super + salary packaging
      • full-time
      6 month contract Work with a fun and collaborative HR team Hybrid work model An exciting opportunity has become available to join a reputable not for profit organisation located in Sydney. As HR Coordinator you work together with the entire team to provide HR support to the business. Key elements of the role will include, but are not limited to;Support with the end to end recruitment processProvide support related to the HR systemAssist with the onboarding of new employees Organise team events Advise key stakeholders on policies and procedures Answer employee queriesParticipate in HR ProjectsTo be successful in this role you have experience in a similar HR position with involvement in the complete employee life cycle. You are tech savvy with experience in working with a HR system, a good understanding of Excel and great attention to detail. Last but not least, you are a driven team player and keen on further developing your HR knowledge. If this sounds like your next role, please apply using the link below or send your resume to Shirley Dietvorst using sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au. We look forward to hearing from you.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.
      6 month contract Work with a fun and collaborative HR team Hybrid work model An exciting opportunity has become available to join a reputable not for profit organisation located in Sydney. As HR Coordinator you work together with the entire team to provide HR support to the business. Key elements of the role will include, but are not limited to;Support with the end to end recruitment processProvide support related to the HR systemAssist with the onboarding of new employees Organise team events Advise key stakeholders on policies and procedures Answer employee queriesParticipate in HR ProjectsTo be successful in this role you have experience in a similar HR position with involvement in the complete employee life cycle. You are tech savvy with experience in working with a HR system, a good understanding of Excel and great attention to detail. Last but not least, you are a driven team player and keen on further developing your HR knowledge. If this sounds like your next role, please apply using the link below or send your resume to Shirley Dietvorst using sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au. We look forward to hearing from you.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.
      • western suburbs melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$220,000 - AU$240,000, per year, Benefits
      • full-time
      HR Partners is excited to be partnering with one of Australia’s largest community health organisations to source their new Executive- Culture and Community. This organisation has a bold and innovative approach to creating value based health care.This Executive Culture and Community will work collaboratively with the leadership team to align strategy, culture, capabilities, and services with the 2019- 2023 strategic plan. This is a change and transformational role to deliver a whole of organisation culture that reflects the organisation’s goals and delivers positive impact for individuals and communities.This role will be part of the executive leadership team and reports into the Chief Executive but will work collaboratively with executive/key leaders and internal and external stakeholders including community representatives.The role is responsible for ensuring the organisation builds a strong and ongoing focus on understanding community and consumer needs and experience and an understanding of the workforce’s experiences. They will then use this knowledge to drive an outcomes-based culture, that engages staff to contribute to innovation and value based healthcare. The role also ensures quality and human-centred design drives service models and client pathways that deliver impact for individuals, community and society.We are seeking a highly skilled, technically strong and dynamic executive leader with suitable prior experience in the health sector or similar public sectors (although not necessary). The right person will have OD Qualification and /or experience. (Or HR qualification and experience in OD), executive experience working with the community and very strong skills around cultural engagement. You will also have experience in managing governance/quality systems and continuous improvement (Including accreditation processes). This is a high empathy, high engagement organisation so well-developed community and employee engagement experience is highly valued.About the roleThe role is diverse, busy, challenging and rewarding and covers areas of:Culture and organisational developmentCommunity engagementConsumer experience and journey’DiversityQualityWorkforce planning, development and performanceHealth, safety and wellbeingcommunicationsAbout youThe organisation has a highly engaged dedicated workforce who love doing what they do, therefore style and fit are extremely important to them. The personal attributes theyare looking for are:You must be genuine and your passion for what you do needs to show through.You must aspire to work in a values led organisation and have a true commitment to tackling inequality in partnership with people who experience disadvantage in our community.You need to be able to balance being pragmatic and getting things done whilst keeping your eye on the total picture.You need to drive innovation through an absolute relentless focus on service, quality, and continuous improvement.You need to be able to demonstrate rigor in your thinking and justify your decision making.You need to have the ability to translate intellect and insight into actionable and practical steps.You need to be able to make the complex simple.You are the ideal candidate for us if you have a passion for health and diversity. You will be a true people person who really values building and maintaining relationships and natural leadership abilities. You will bring a depth of experience as a HR/OD professional at an Executive or are ready for that next step and a demonstrated ability to drive change.To succeed in this environment, the successful candidate must have relevant HR/OD/Organisational Psychology tertiary qualifications and have demonstrated the ability to think strategically but act operationally with a high level of conceptual, innovative, analytical and problem-solving skills. You will also be able to demonstrate a relentless pursuit for refining processes, designing solutions that optimises organisational performance, culture and experience and be curious and constantly learning.The organisation is committed to diversity and cultural safety. A priority of the organisation is to develop a workforce which reflects the communities we serve with diverse lived experience, and specifically to elevate the voices of disadvantaged and vulnerable communities, including, but not limited to, First Nations People; Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC); culturally and linguistically diverse; LGBTIQ+ and those with a lived experience of disadvantage, incarceration, disability, chronic illness and/or race based discrimination.To apply, please use the button below. Alternatively, please call 03 8621 5700 and the office will book you in for a confidential discussion with Jeannette Lang or apply directly at www.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.
      HR Partners is excited to be partnering with one of Australia’s largest community health organisations to source their new Executive- Culture and Community. This organisation has a bold and innovative approach to creating value based health care.This Executive Culture and Community will work collaboratively with the leadership team to align strategy, culture, capabilities, and services with the 2019- 2023 strategic plan. This is a change and transformational role to deliver a whole of organisation culture that reflects the organisation’s goals and delivers positive impact for individuals and communities.This role will be part of the executive leadership team and reports into the Chief Executive but will work collaboratively with executive/key leaders and internal and external stakeholders including community representatives.The role is responsible for ensuring the organisation builds a strong and ongoing focus on understanding community and consumer needs and experience and an understanding of the workforce’s experiences. They will then use this knowledge to drive an outcomes-based culture, that engages staff to contribute to innovation and value based healthcare. The role also ensures quality and human-centred design drives service models and client pathways that deliver impact for individuals, community and society.We are seeking a highly skilled, technically strong and dynamic executive leader with suitable prior experience in the health sector or similar public sectors (although not necessary). The right person will have OD Qualification and /or experience. (Or HR qualification and experience in OD), executive experience working with the community and very strong skills around cultural engagement. You will also have experience in managing governance/quality systems and continuous improvement (Including accreditation processes). This is a high empathy, high engagement organisation so well-developed community and employee engagement experience is highly valued.About the roleThe role is diverse, busy, challenging and rewarding and covers areas of:Culture and organisational developmentCommunity engagementConsumer experience and journey’DiversityQualityWorkforce planning, development and performanceHealth, safety and wellbeingcommunicationsAbout youThe organisation has a highly engaged dedicated workforce who love doing what they do, therefore style and fit are extremely important to them. The personal attributes theyare looking for are:You must be genuine and your passion for what you do needs to show through.You must aspire to work in a values led organisation and have a true commitment to tackling inequality in partnership with people who experience disadvantage in our community.You need to be able to balance being pragmatic and getting things done whilst keeping your eye on the total picture.You need to drive innovation through an absolute relentless focus on service, quality, and continuous improvement.You need to be able to demonstrate rigor in your thinking and justify your decision making.You need to have the ability to translate intellect and insight into actionable and practical steps.You need to be able to make the complex simple.You are the ideal candidate for us if you have a passion for health and diversity. You will be a true people person who really values building and maintaining relationships and natural leadership abilities. You will bring a depth of experience as a HR/OD professional at an Executive or are ready for that next step and a demonstrated ability to drive change.To succeed in this environment, the successful candidate must have relevant HR/OD/Organisational Psychology tertiary qualifications and have demonstrated the ability to think strategically but act operationally with a high level of conceptual, innovative, analytical and problem-solving skills. You will also be able to demonstrate a relentless pursuit for refining processes, designing solutions that optimises organisational performance, culture and experience and be curious and constantly learning.The organisation is committed to diversity and cultural safety. A priority of the organisation is to develop a workforce which reflects the communities we serve with diverse lived experience, and specifically to elevate the voices of disadvantaged and vulnerable communities, including, but not limited to, First Nations People; Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC); culturally and linguistically diverse; LGBTIQ+ and those with a lived experience of disadvantage, incarceration, disability, chronic illness and/or race based discrimination.To apply, please use the button below. Alternatively, please call 03 8621 5700 and the office will book you in for a confidential discussion with Jeannette Lang or apply directly at www.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.
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