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        • sydney, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$69.00 - AU$70.00 per hour
        • full-time
        About the role:3-month full-time contract looking to start immediately. The role will be based in the CBD office with options of working from home, working for a leading FMCG organisation looking for an experienced internal recruiter to lead the end to end talent acquisition process through duties such as:Identify future talent requirement to prioritise talent pipeline activitiesOwn external talent pipelines and collaborate with Candidate Specialist to grow quality pipelines in line with anticipated future hiring needsIdentify opportunities for innovation and improvement within the Talent Acquisition processWorking with hiring managers to develop and executive recruitment initiativesIf you are interested in this position and you feel like your skills and experience match the role, please apply within. For any questions please contact lara.drinnan@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        About the role:3-month full-time contract looking to start immediately. The role will be based in the CBD office with options of working from home, working for a leading FMCG organisation looking for an experienced internal recruiter to lead the end to end talent acquisition process through duties such as:Identify future talent requirement to prioritise talent pipeline activitiesOwn external talent pipelines and collaborate with Candidate Specialist to grow quality pipelines in line with anticipated future hiring needsIdentify opportunities for innovation and improvement within the Talent Acquisition processWorking with hiring managers to develop and executive recruitment initiativesIf you are interested in this position and you feel like your skills and experience match the role, please apply within. For any questions please contact lara.drinnan@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • parramatta, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$600 - AU$650, per day, + Super
        • full-time
        NSW Government Department require a Senior Learning & Development Officer with demonstrated ability to map skills and create, implement and evaluate L&D plan. Based in Parramatta this role requires an ASAP start and will run through until the 5th of November.Key Accountabilities:Conduct skill mapping, identification of skill gaps, evaluation and analysis across the organisationPartner with key stakeholders across business to identify development needsPrepare, prioritise and execute AHO's Learning and development (L&D) planIdentify training and development priorities and needs of the organisation, specific units and individualsProvide advice on L&D related matters to enhance overall performance and upskilling needsCoordinate the planning and administration to prepare and deliver training and development programs within budgetMonitor, Evaluate and measure progress towards learning objectivesEngage with external agencies on learning programs to upskill AHO staffConsolidate/Group all internal and online L&D solutions currently availableReport and provide updates to key stakeholdersKey Requirements:8 to 10 years of experience in a Senior L&D role with demonstrated ability to map skills and create, implement and evaluate L&D planProven experience in collating and disseminate knowledge from a range of sources, transforming this information into best practice documentation and standard operating proceduresExperience in creating best practice reference materialSuccessful candidate must be prepared to undertake a National Criminal Record CheckIf this role sounds like you apply now or email Sarah Robinson at sarah.robinson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        NSW Government Department require a Senior Learning & Development Officer with demonstrated ability to map skills and create, implement and evaluate L&D plan. Based in Parramatta this role requires an ASAP start and will run through until the 5th of November.Key Accountabilities:Conduct skill mapping, identification of skill gaps, evaluation and analysis across the organisationPartner with key stakeholders across business to identify development needsPrepare, prioritise and execute AHO's Learning and development (L&D) planIdentify training and development priorities and needs of the organisation, specific units and individualsProvide advice on L&D related matters to enhance overall performance and upskilling needsCoordinate the planning and administration to prepare and deliver training and development programs within budgetMonitor, Evaluate and measure progress towards learning objectivesEngage with external agencies on learning programs to upskill AHO staffConsolidate/Group all internal and online L&D solutions currently availableReport and provide updates to key stakeholdersKey Requirements:8 to 10 years of experience in a Senior L&D role with demonstrated ability to map skills and create, implement and evaluate L&D planProven experience in collating and disseminate knowledge from a range of sources, transforming this information into best practice documentation and standard operating proceduresExperience in creating best practice reference materialSuccessful candidate must be prepared to undertake a National Criminal Record CheckIf this role sounds like you apply now or email Sarah Robinson at sarah.robinson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney cbd, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$80,000 - AU$90,000, per year, AU$80000 - AU$90000 per annum + Super
        • full-time
        Internal recruitmentGreat team environmentCareer development opportunitiesAs 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 dynamic and organises different team events throughout the year. Currently, this business is working on a hybrid model working in the office and from home. 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 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 including motivation to Shirley Dietvorst using sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au. Not ready to apply, please call Shirley for a confidential conversation on 02 9019 1600. 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.
        Internal recruitmentGreat team environmentCareer development opportunitiesAs 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 dynamic and organises different team events throughout the year. Currently, this business is working on a hybrid model working in the office and from home. 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 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 including motivation to Shirley Dietvorst using sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au. Not ready to apply, please call Shirley for a confidential conversation on 02 9019 1600. 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$180,000 - AU$200,000 per year
        • full-time
        We are proud to share this opportunity for a Head of Human Resources for a high performing ASX listed SME with a strong culture, established executive leadership team where you will report into the Chief Executive Officer. The Head of HR will design, develop and execute the people strategy in line with the organisation goals and objectives.This is a hands on stand-alone Head of role, you are able to flex between the creation of people strategy and tactical delivery of the people plan and connect at all levels of the organisation.As part of a broad generalist HR remit key accountabilities will include:Ownership of the HR strategy and operations for the organisationTalent Management; from talent attraction and acquisition, onboarding, training, succession planning and capability and leadership development.Managing the People side of change initiatives to include cultural transformation that corresponds with growth and maturity of a businessTotal reward and remunerationWHS will sit under this portfolio as will PayrollEmployee relations and award interpretationReporting, data analytics and HR SystemsYou will need to be commercially astute and are able to drive positive organisational outcomes though relevant and sustainable HR practice with the business and employee group in mind.The successful candidate will demonstrate integrity, a consultative approach, commercial acumen and a performance driven mindset.We will explore diverse industry sector experience though experience within property, asset management and corporate environments is preferable alongside having worked within a publicly listed organisation.For more information, please apply or contact Harriet Barclay for a confidential conversation on hbarclay@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.
        We are proud to share this opportunity for a Head of Human Resources for a high performing ASX listed SME with a strong culture, established executive leadership team where you will report into the Chief Executive Officer. The Head of HR will design, develop and execute the people strategy in line with the organisation goals and objectives.This is a hands on stand-alone Head of role, you are able to flex between the creation of people strategy and tactical delivery of the people plan and connect at all levels of the organisation.As part of a broad generalist HR remit key accountabilities will include:Ownership of the HR strategy and operations for the organisationTalent Management; from talent attraction and acquisition, onboarding, training, succession planning and capability and leadership development.Managing the People side of change initiatives to include cultural transformation that corresponds with growth and maturity of a businessTotal reward and remunerationWHS will sit under this portfolio as will PayrollEmployee relations and award interpretationReporting, data analytics and HR SystemsYou will need to be commercially astute and are able to drive positive organisational outcomes though relevant and sustainable HR practice with the business and employee group in mind.The successful candidate will demonstrate integrity, a consultative approach, commercial acumen and a performance driven mindset.We will explore diverse industry sector experience though experience within property, asset management and corporate environments is preferable alongside having worked within a publicly listed organisation.For more information, please apply or contact Harriet Barclay for a confidential conversation on hbarclay@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.
        • parramatta, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$120,000 - AU$130,000, per year, AU$120000 - AU$130000 per annum + super + benefits
        • full-time
        Reporting to the CEO and acting as a key member of the Executive Leadership Team, your role as the sole HR Business Partner will allow you to really shape the HR Strategic Plan for the business moving forward. As the HR Business Partner you will work closely with key influencers within the business to ensure that the company values are at the core of all decisions made. You will look to improve areas such as culture, diversity and performance in order to ensure that the business is set up for future growth.Your key responsibilities will include;Create and implement HR initiatives and strategies that align with the companies overall business strategy.Manage dialogue between management and employee relations by addressing demands, grievances or other issues.Manage recruitment and on-boarding processes through the development, engagement and preservation of human capital. Nurture a positive working environment.Oversee and manage performance reviews and appraisal systems. (incl. pay plans, benefit programs etc.)Review and assess the need/facilitation of training and development programs.Provide decision support and reporting to management using HR metrics.Ensure legal compliance throughout the HR Management process. Key Requirements:Proven working experience as an HR Business Partner Hold people oriented leadership skills and be driven by resultsDemonstrable experience within Human Resources MetricsLeadership skillsIn-depth and current knowledge of employment (labor) law and HR best practicesWillingness and competency to build and manage interpersonal relationships at all levels of the company.Ideally Degree in Human Resources or a related field and similiar experience leading HR within a SMEIf this is the role for you apply now with your CV and cover letter (ideally in word document). Should you have any questions please email Melissa Khouri on mkhouri@hrpartners.com.auDue to the high volumes of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted 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 CEO and acting as a key member of the Executive Leadership Team, your role as the sole HR Business Partner will allow you to really shape the HR Strategic Plan for the business moving forward. As the HR Business Partner you will work closely with key influencers within the business to ensure that the company values are at the core of all decisions made. You will look to improve areas such as culture, diversity and performance in order to ensure that the business is set up for future growth.Your key responsibilities will include;Create and implement HR initiatives and strategies that align with the companies overall business strategy.Manage dialogue between management and employee relations by addressing demands, grievances or other issues.Manage recruitment and on-boarding processes through the development, engagement and preservation of human capital. Nurture a positive working environment.Oversee and manage performance reviews and appraisal systems. (incl. pay plans, benefit programs etc.)Review and assess the need/facilitation of training and development programs.Provide decision support and reporting to management using HR metrics.Ensure legal compliance throughout the HR Management process. Key Requirements:Proven working experience as an HR Business Partner Hold people oriented leadership skills and be driven by resultsDemonstrable experience within Human Resources MetricsLeadership skillsIn-depth and current knowledge of employment (labor) law and HR best practicesWillingness and competency to build and manage interpersonal relationships at all levels of the company.Ideally Degree in Human Resources or a related field and similiar experience leading HR within a SMEIf this is the role for you apply now with your CV and cover letter (ideally in word document). Should you have any questions please email Melissa Khouri on mkhouri@hrpartners.com.auDue to the high volumes of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted 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$44 - AU$47 per year
        • full-time
        Your New RoleThis is an exciting opportunity to join a renowned Construction company based in North Sydney. This company is predominantly recognised for their remarkable and sustainable work in the infrastructure and rail space. Your New Role As the Recruitment Administrator, you will provide a high level of administrative support to the Recruitment and L&D teams. Your Main ResponsibilitiesAssist with the onboarding of new employeesEnsure all documentation requirements are compliantCoordinate employment and medical checksSchedule interviews and follow up feedbackUpdate the HR system with relevant and updated information BenefitsBe part of an amazing team culture Work for a well renowned construction organisationNorth Sydney location, close to shops and transportation About You Previous experience as a Recruitment Administrator, Recruitment Coordinator, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Project Coordinator, Learning and Development Coordinator, HR Admin or HR Coordinator - highly desirable High level of communication and interpersonal skillsIntermediate MS office skills 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 RoleThis is an exciting opportunity to join a renowned Construction company based in North Sydney. This company is predominantly recognised for their remarkable and sustainable work in the infrastructure and rail space. Your New Role As the Recruitment Administrator, you will provide a high level of administrative support to the Recruitment and L&D teams. Your Main ResponsibilitiesAssist with the onboarding of new employeesEnsure all documentation requirements are compliantCoordinate employment and medical checksSchedule interviews and follow up feedbackUpdate the HR system with relevant and updated information BenefitsBe part of an amazing team culture Work for a well renowned construction organisationNorth Sydney location, close to shops and transportation About You Previous experience as a Recruitment Administrator, Recruitment Coordinator, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Project Coordinator, Learning and Development Coordinator, HR Admin or HR Coordinator - highly desirable High level of communication and interpersonal skillsIntermediate MS office skills At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$75,000 - AU$80,000, per year, Bonus
        • full-time
        Randstad is proud to have become one of the largest HR services provider in the world. 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 for Randstad is the right role for you.Randstad Macquarie Park are currently seeking a Branch Manager to join our Industrial team. About the role:You will be maintaining a warm desk whilst also building your own network of clients and candidates, growing your brand in the market as well as developing a successful team around you. Your Daily Tasks May Include (not limited to):Sales/BD calls & visitsCandidate managementClient managementOne on one catch ups with your consultantsDaily stand up team meetingsDevelopment and support for your teamAchieving branch budgets and goalsAttending monthly management meetingsTo Be Successful for this Role:You will have previous experience working in a sales role with proven history in building a network & meeting set targets & KPI’s. You will be passionate about providing HR/recruitment solutions for candidates and clients.You will be a positive person and a team-player with exceptional interpersonal skills to build and sustain strong internal and external business relationships. You are a high achiever with a competitive nature and a desire to succeed in a sales environment.Benefits & Salary:You will be joining a fun, social & supportive team with a culture of learning, trust and transparency, competitive salary and a healthy work-life balance. Training in all aspects of the Randstad recruitment process will be provided. 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.
        Randstad is proud to have become one of the largest HR services provider in the world. 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 for Randstad is the right role for you.Randstad Macquarie Park are currently seeking a Branch Manager to join our Industrial team. About the role:You will be maintaining a warm desk whilst also building your own network of clients and candidates, growing your brand in the market as well as developing a successful team around you. Your Daily Tasks May Include (not limited to):Sales/BD calls & visitsCandidate managementClient managementOne on one catch ups with your consultantsDaily stand up team meetingsDevelopment and support for your teamAchieving branch budgets and goalsAttending monthly management meetingsTo Be Successful for this Role:You will have previous experience working in a sales role with proven history in building a network & meeting set targets & KPI’s. You will be passionate about providing HR/recruitment solutions for candidates and clients.You will be a positive person and a team-player with exceptional interpersonal skills to build and sustain strong internal and external business relationships. You are a high achiever with a competitive nature and a desire to succeed in a sales environment.Benefits & Salary:You will be joining a fun, social & supportive team with a culture of learning, trust and transparency, competitive salary and a healthy work-life balance. Training in all aspects of the Randstad recruitment process will be provided. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney cbd, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$85,000 - AU$100,000, per year, AU$85000 - AU$100000 per annum + + Super
        • full-time
        Permanent opportunityProfessional servicesCBD location An exciting opportunity to join a professional services company in the Sydney CBD as an HR Advisor. In this role, you will be owning the full generalist HR cycle. The team you are working with is collaborative and the HR department is very well respected. Joining the HR Advisor team you will advise the employees on policies and procedures, while also coaching the managers on performance management and employee relations. TThe position also is able to get involved in some recruitment. This is a high performing national professional services company, while professional services experience would be a bonus they are open to industry experience with some of the team from a construction and engineering background! You will have the support of a non-hierarchical and supportive team driving various people and culture initiatives across dedicated client groups. We will be looking for demonstrated success in:- Operational and strategic HR Generalist experience (3-4 years minimum local experience)- Strong advisory experience in ER and performance management - Establishing credible, long-lasting genuine relationships with various stakeholders- Relevant tertiary education If this HR Advisor position sounds like you, please apply following the link below or send your resume including motivation to jhunt@hrpartners.com.au today!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 opportunityProfessional servicesCBD location An exciting opportunity to join a professional services company in the Sydney CBD as an HR Advisor. In this role, you will be owning the full generalist HR cycle. The team you are working with is collaborative and the HR department is very well respected. Joining the HR Advisor team you will advise the employees on policies and procedures, while also coaching the managers on performance management and employee relations. TThe position also is able to get involved in some recruitment. This is a high performing national professional services company, while professional services experience would be a bonus they are open to industry experience with some of the team from a construction and engineering background! You will have the support of a non-hierarchical and supportive team driving various people and culture initiatives across dedicated client groups. We will be looking for demonstrated success in:- Operational and strategic HR Generalist experience (3-4 years minimum local experience)- Strong advisory experience in ER and performance management - Establishing credible, long-lasting genuine relationships with various stakeholders- Relevant tertiary education If this HR Advisor position sounds like you, please apply following the link below or send your resume including motivation to jhunt@hrpartners.com.au today!At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$130,000 - AU$140,000, per year, AU$130000 - AU$140000 per annum
        • full-time
        We are partnering with a highly regarded Law Firm based in Sydney, which is searching for an experienced Learning and Development Specialist to join their Human Resources team. Reporting to the Employee Experience Manager and working closely with the firm’s Practice Group Leaders and Managers and their teams. You will implement, deliver, drive and evaluate the firm's Learning and Development strategy, ensuring it meets the needs across all levels of the firm. In this role you will be:Building out and implementing a multi-year Learning and Development Strategy for the firm which is aligned with the business strategy.Delivering a contemporary blended learning approach that enhances the learner experience.Working with the Practice Group Leaders and Managers to design and deliver courses and materials.Sourcing, developing, designing, and where appropriate, delivering technical and non-technical training courses.Implementing a strategic evaluation framework for learning and leading constant improvement efforts.Ensuring the learning infrastructure including the LMS system is fit for purpose and cost-effective.Establishing learning governance, reporting, and insights, and championing data-led decision-making.The successful candidate will be a passionate Learning and Development professional who thrives on strengthening capability and culture. You will have experience working within a law firm or professional services. A comprehensive understanding of best and emerging learning and development practices. Plus significant experience designing, delivering/facilitating learning solutions. If this exciting newly-created role sounds like an opportunity you would like to explore further, please call me for a confidential conversation or apply below sryan@hrpartner.som.au 0481 214 184.At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        We are partnering with a highly regarded Law Firm based in Sydney, which is searching for an experienced Learning and Development Specialist to join their Human Resources team. Reporting to the Employee Experience Manager and working closely with the firm’s Practice Group Leaders and Managers and their teams. You will implement, deliver, drive and evaluate the firm's Learning and Development strategy, ensuring it meets the needs across all levels of the firm. In this role you will be:Building out and implementing a multi-year Learning and Development Strategy for the firm which is aligned with the business strategy.Delivering a contemporary blended learning approach that enhances the learner experience.Working with the Practice Group Leaders and Managers to design and deliver courses and materials.Sourcing, developing, designing, and where appropriate, delivering technical and non-technical training courses.Implementing a strategic evaluation framework for learning and leading constant improvement efforts.Ensuring the learning infrastructure including the LMS system is fit for purpose and cost-effective.Establishing learning governance, reporting, and insights, and championing data-led decision-making.The successful candidate will be a passionate Learning and Development professional who thrives on strengthening capability and culture. You will have experience working within a law firm or professional services. A comprehensive understanding of best and emerging learning and development practices. Plus significant experience designing, delivering/facilitating learning solutions. If this exciting newly-created role sounds like an opportunity you would like to explore further, please call me for a confidential conversation or apply below sryan@hrpartner.som.au 0481 214 184.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$121,000 - AU$130,000, per year, AU$121000 - AU$130000 per annum
        • full-time
        As the Payroll Team Leader, you’ll play an important role in leading and owning the Payroll function from end-end. You’ll guide and mentor a highly skilled and engaged Payroll team of 2 and will lead best practice in Payroll. You will also be involved in the implementation of a new insourced Payroll system. Responsibilities will include: Leading the end-to-end payroll process for Australia & New Zealand including vendor management with our outsourced Payroll providers.Interpret awards/ agreements against payroll outputs to ensure data integrity & accurate pay calculations.Research and learn the ways of working of the team, establish any gaps or needs for Payroll transition.Prepare process documents, reconciliation design, task design, and role design for the transition of the project to go live.Support the training and uplift of knowledge in the new system world for the direct payroll team and the wider business.Act as a true functional expert on escalation items such as Tax, Super, Audit, complex package items.Work with Group HRD & Reward Manager on the design and development of Rem & Reward components and the roles/responsibilities of Payroll.The successful candidate will have proven experience leading a payroll team in a complex payroll environment. You will be a self-starter with a passion for process excellence. You will have technical capabilities across report writing, pay-code setup & understanding of payment tables and workflows in Tier 1 & 2 systems. If you would like to find out more, please get in touch with Sophie Ryan at sryan@hrparter.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.
        As the Payroll Team Leader, you’ll play an important role in leading and owning the Payroll function from end-end. You’ll guide and mentor a highly skilled and engaged Payroll team of 2 and will lead best practice in Payroll. You will also be involved in the implementation of a new insourced Payroll system. Responsibilities will include: Leading the end-to-end payroll process for Australia & New Zealand including vendor management with our outsourced Payroll providers.Interpret awards/ agreements against payroll outputs to ensure data integrity & accurate pay calculations.Research and learn the ways of working of the team, establish any gaps or needs for Payroll transition.Prepare process documents, reconciliation design, task design, and role design for the transition of the project to go live.Support the training and uplift of knowledge in the new system world for the direct payroll team and the wider business.Act as a true functional expert on escalation items such as Tax, Super, Audit, complex package items.Work with Group HRD & Reward Manager on the design and development of Rem & Reward components and the roles/responsibilities of Payroll.The successful candidate will have proven experience leading a payroll team in a complex payroll environment. You will be a self-starter with a passion for process excellence. You will have technical capabilities across report writing, pay-code setup & understanding of payment tables and workflows in Tier 1 & 2 systems. If you would like to find out more, please get in touch with Sophie Ryan at sryan@hrparter.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
        • temporary
        • AU$401 - AU$600, per day, + Super
        • full-time
        Short term HR project role with a mix of office (Sydney CBD) and remote working. Our client, a NSW Government organisation are looking for a accomplished HR professional with strong knowledge of HR & WHS policies and procedures to assist with the review and update of organisational policies and procedures. Key Requirements:Minimum 5 years experience working in NSW Government HR rolePrevious experience in HR policy writing advantageousKnowledge of current WHS policies and proceduresStrong Stakeholder Engagement skills This role is an asap start, please apply now for immediate consideration or email Sarah Robinson at sarah.robinson@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Short term HR project role with a mix of office (Sydney CBD) and remote working. Our client, a NSW Government organisation are looking for a accomplished HR professional with strong knowledge of HR & WHS policies and procedures to assist with the review and update of organisational policies and procedures. Key Requirements:Minimum 5 years experience working in NSW Government HR rolePrevious experience in HR policy writing advantageousKnowledge of current WHS policies and proceduresStrong Stakeholder Engagement skills This role is an asap start, please apply now for immediate consideration or email Sarah Robinson at sarah.robinson@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney cbd, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$35.00 - AU$45.00, per hour, AU$35 - AU$45 per hour + superannuation
        • full-time
        Large Australian Business Collaborative Team Culture Exciting HR project An amazing opportunity has become available to join one of Australia's well respected large businesses in their HR project team. You will be reporting directly to the project manager and will be working together with the wider project team to assist in the final stages of a HR system implementation. In this role, you will be responsible for entering and analysing confidential HR data and reporting on your findings. Together with the team, you will be comparing the previously used system with the new HR system and formulize strategies for efficiently transferring data. Next to this, your job responsibilities will include assisting the HR operations team with coordinating and managing the applicant tracking system. To be successful in this role, you have worked with several HR systems previously and you can pick up new systems quickly. You have intermediate Excel skills, including knowledge of how to do pivot tables and Vlookups. Previous HR project or HR administration experience is ideal. Please apply using the link provided, or contact Shirley Dietvorst on 0412 555 685 if you have any questions. 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.
        Large Australian Business Collaborative Team Culture Exciting HR project An amazing opportunity has become available to join one of Australia's well respected large businesses in their HR project team. You will be reporting directly to the project manager and will be working together with the wider project team to assist in the final stages of a HR system implementation. In this role, you will be responsible for entering and analysing confidential HR data and reporting on your findings. Together with the team, you will be comparing the previously used system with the new HR system and formulize strategies for efficiently transferring data. Next to this, your job responsibilities will include assisting the HR operations team with coordinating and managing the applicant tracking system. To be successful in this role, you have worked with several HR systems previously and you can pick up new systems quickly. You have intermediate Excel skills, including knowledge of how to do pivot tables and Vlookups. Previous HR project or HR administration experience is ideal. Please apply using the link provided, or contact Shirley Dietvorst on 0412 555 685 if you have any questions. 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.
        • north sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$125,000 per year
        • full-time
        North Sydney LocationCirca $125K base + super Global OrganisationAn exciting opportunity for an influential and dynamic HR Business Partner to join a global organisation.The OpportunityReporting to the HR Manager, this role is key in partnering closely with the leaders of your dedicated client group; providing proactive strategic and operational HR support throughout the business. Your new role will focus on the end to end implementation of strategic initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day to day HR operations for your client group. Establish strong relationships and partner with key leaders and stakeholders within the business to provide clear direction and best practise advicePartner, coach and build capability in senior leaders in your dedicated client group across all areas of HR including workforce planning initiatives, performance management, recruitment, onboarding and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader businessParticipate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies.YouAn established HR professional with minimum 5 years’ experience in a broad HR business partnering roleTertiary qualifications in Human Resources or similarKnowledge of Australian employment legislationPragmatic, influential and resilient with a hands-on and consultative styleOutstanding stakeholder management skills with the ability to coach, influence, collaborate and build strong relationships at all levels of the businessIf this sounds like you, please apply now using the link or for a confidential discussion, please call Kayla Hoye on (02) 9019 1600.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 LocationCirca $125K base + super Global OrganisationAn exciting opportunity for an influential and dynamic HR Business Partner to join a global organisation.The OpportunityReporting to the HR Manager, this role is key in partnering closely with the leaders of your dedicated client group; providing proactive strategic and operational HR support throughout the business. Your new role will focus on the end to end implementation of strategic initiatives, deliver on key projects as well management of the day to day HR operations for your client group. Establish strong relationships and partner with key leaders and stakeholders within the business to provide clear direction and best practise advicePartner, coach and build capability in senior leaders in your dedicated client group across all areas of HR including workforce planning initiatives, performance management, recruitment, onboarding and retention, engagement and remuneration reviewsActively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader businessParticipate and contribute as a change champion within the business in line with the business, growth and change strategies.YouAn established HR professional with minimum 5 years’ experience in a broad HR business partnering roleTertiary qualifications in Human Resources or similarKnowledge of Australian employment legislationPragmatic, influential and resilient with a hands-on and consultative styleOutstanding stakeholder management skills with the ability to coach, influence, collaborate and build strong relationships at all levels of the businessIf this sounds like you, please apply now using the link or for a confidential discussion, please call Kayla Hoye on (02) 9019 1600.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.
        • burwood, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$397 - AU$459, per day, + Super
        • full-time
        Our NSW Government client require a number of Recruitment Specialists to come on board for an asap start until the 30th of September. With a mix of remote and on-site working you will be part of a large team working on a high volume recruit within a targeted time frame. Key Accountabilities:Provide recruitment advice and support to Hiring Managers on recruitment policies and procedures, requirements, and supporting the creation of Taleo requisitions to ensure Hiring Manager can effectively undertake recruitment and fill capability needsPartner with Hiring Manager to develop job brief, identify best sourcing solution and develop and place advertising to ensure compliance and integrity of recruitment processesGuide and support Hiring Manager to form a Selection Panel to ensure panel membership and required paperwork is compliantAct as key contact for candidate queries regarding advertised role and recruitment process to ensure candidates are provided with consistent and accurate information to facilitate their applicationUndertake candidate screening activities and liaise with the sourcing team to develop a short-list of candidates to present to Selection Panels and Hiring ManagersProvide support in coordinating interview logistics including candidate management, developing interview questions, recommending best fit assessments and preparation of required documentation to ensure interviews lead to quality hiring outcomes within agreed time frames and policy requirementsParticipate in Selection Panels to ensure the selection process is a constructive experienceSupport reference checking and completion of Selection Report within agreed time frames and delegation and policy requirementsDraft offer letters for successful candidates and monitor delegations of approving internal stakeholders to ensure accuracy and compliance with standards and policyPartner with Contract and Pre-Employment Check Specialist to ensure selected candidate is offered employment and on-boarded correctly and in a timely mannerPlease apply now for immediate consideration or email Sarah Robinson at sarah.robinson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Our NSW Government client require a number of Recruitment Specialists to come on board for an asap start until the 30th of September. With a mix of remote and on-site working you will be part of a large team working on a high volume recruit within a targeted time frame. Key Accountabilities:Provide recruitment advice and support to Hiring Managers on recruitment policies and procedures, requirements, and supporting the creation of Taleo requisitions to ensure Hiring Manager can effectively undertake recruitment and fill capability needsPartner with Hiring Manager to develop job brief, identify best sourcing solution and develop and place advertising to ensure compliance and integrity of recruitment processesGuide and support Hiring Manager to form a Selection Panel to ensure panel membership and required paperwork is compliantAct as key contact for candidate queries regarding advertised role and recruitment process to ensure candidates are provided with consistent and accurate information to facilitate their applicationUndertake candidate screening activities and liaise with the sourcing team to develop a short-list of candidates to present to Selection Panels and Hiring ManagersProvide support in coordinating interview logistics including candidate management, developing interview questions, recommending best fit assessments and preparation of required documentation to ensure interviews lead to quality hiring outcomes within agreed time frames and policy requirementsParticipate in Selection Panels to ensure the selection process is a constructive experienceSupport reference checking and completion of Selection Report within agreed time frames and delegation and policy requirementsDraft offer letters for successful candidates and monitor delegations of approving internal stakeholders to ensure accuracy and compliance with standards and policyPartner with Contract and Pre-Employment Check Specialist to ensure selected candidate is offered employment and on-boarded correctly and in a timely mannerPlease apply now for immediate consideration or email Sarah Robinson at sarah.robinson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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