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        • 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.
        • richmond, victoria
        • contract
        • AU$600 - AU$650 per day
        • full-time
        Opportunity to join a true community based organisationSupportive leader and a collaborative team environment $600 - $650 daily rate, located in East of Melbourne We currently have a rare opportunity for an experienced HR Generalist to join our client in the Education sector to make a real difference and impact during a significant time of change and evolution. This is an excellent 4-5 month contract, with a long term outlook. Reporting to the Human Resources General Manager, you will support your dedicated stakeholder groups, providing timely and accurate advice on diverse HR management activities, policies and practices.Your key responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to:Providing advice and direction on all HR related matters including employee relations, awards interpretations. Establishing strong and trusting relationships with stakeholders.Managing end to end recruitment and onboarding of new employees. Supporting managers on all people-related processes including performance appraisals, performance management, talent management.Developing and maintaining a range of guides, policies and procedures. Liaise with the Payroll team to assist with the resolution of payroll issues.Supporting the HR team with strategic and operational initiatives to enhance the people function. To be successful in this position, you will have proven and sound experience from a similar HR Generalist role where you have successfully supported leaders and an organisation during a time of change. Experience in organisational development elements will be highly regarded, however is not essential. You also have outstanding relationship building skills, coaching and influencing skills, with a consultative and approachable style to guide leaders at all levels and are happy to get involved in day to day operational activities. At your core you enjoy working for an organisation who truly promotes a strong and diverse culture.If this role sounds like a great fit for you, do not hesitate and hit the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, contact Sheenal Jackson at sjackson@hrpartners.com.au with reference Number 14M0444987, 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.
        Opportunity to join a true community based organisationSupportive leader and a collaborative team environment $600 - $650 daily rate, located in East of Melbourne We currently have a rare opportunity for an experienced HR Generalist to join our client in the Education sector to make a real difference and impact during a significant time of change and evolution. This is an excellent 4-5 month contract, with a long term outlook. Reporting to the Human Resources General Manager, you will support your dedicated stakeholder groups, providing timely and accurate advice on diverse HR management activities, policies and practices.Your key responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to:Providing advice and direction on all HR related matters including employee relations, awards interpretations. Establishing strong and trusting relationships with stakeholders.Managing end to end recruitment and onboarding of new employees. Supporting managers on all people-related processes including performance appraisals, performance management, talent management.Developing and maintaining a range of guides, policies and procedures. Liaise with the Payroll team to assist with the resolution of payroll issues.Supporting the HR team with strategic and operational initiatives to enhance the people function. To be successful in this position, you will have proven and sound experience from a similar HR Generalist role where you have successfully supported leaders and an organisation during a time of change. Experience in organisational development elements will be highly regarded, however is not essential. You also have outstanding relationship building skills, coaching and influencing skills, with a consultative and approachable style to guide leaders at all levels and are happy to get involved in day to day operational activities. At your core you enjoy working for an organisation who truly promotes a strong and diverse culture.If this role sounds like a great fit for you, do not hesitate and hit the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, contact Sheenal Jackson at sjackson@hrpartners.com.au with reference Number 14M0444987, 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
        • 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.
        • north sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$85,000 - AU$95,000, per year, AU$85000 - AU$95000 per annum + superannuation
        • part-time
        Permanent part time opportunity (22,5h per week) Great company culture North Sydney location This is your chance to join a reputable business in North Sydney in a WHS and Wellbeing advisor position. You will be reporting straight to the HR Manager and be responsible for further developing and executing the Safety and Wellbeing strategies. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:- Leading WHS and wellbeing initiatives - Monitoring and investigating incidents- Managing return to work processes and procedures - Advising stakeholders on WHS legislation - Facilitate training on WHS and Wellbeing To be successful in this role you have previous experience in a WHS role for a small to medium-sized business. You know the WHS legislation inside out and can advise senior stakeholders accordingly. Ideally, you have qualifications to support your WHS knowledge. Please use the link provided to apply for the role or reach out to Shirley Dietvorst on 0412 555 685 for more details on the role. 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 part time opportunity (22,5h per week) Great company culture North Sydney location This is your chance to join a reputable business in North Sydney in a WHS and Wellbeing advisor position. You will be reporting straight to the HR Manager and be responsible for further developing and executing the Safety and Wellbeing strategies. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:- Leading WHS and wellbeing initiatives - Monitoring and investigating incidents- Managing return to work processes and procedures - Advising stakeholders on WHS legislation - Facilitate training on WHS and Wellbeing To be successful in this role you have previous experience in a WHS role for a small to medium-sized business. You know the WHS legislation inside out and can advise senior stakeholders accordingly. Ideally, you have qualifications to support your WHS knowledge. Please use the link provided to apply for the role or reach out to Shirley Dietvorst on 0412 555 685 for more details on the role. 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.
        • burwood, victoria
        • temporary
        • AU$35 - AU$45, per year, AU$35 - AU$45 per annum
        • part-time
        Part time opportunity, 3-4 days per weekSupporting a local small business with project based recruitment2-3 month temporary assignment, flexible work options We are currently seeking a dedicated, flexible and resilient Recruitment Consultant to join a local Australian small business located in the East of Melbourne to support during an IT and digital recruitment project on a short term contract.This organisation is developing their Digital offering, which is an exciting period of evolution for a small operation. This role will see you supporting end to end recruitment activities with an open and consultative style whilst reporting to the Chief Operations Officer.You will ideally have strategic sourcing experience and understand how to attract and source talent via various channels and methods. You will be passionate about endorsing a local growing business and can utilise your prior recruitment experience from a small business or start up to attract talent that are genuinely excited about their evolution. This is not a high volume role, however does require a creative and technical recruiter and is a part time opportunity, which will suit someone looking for work life balance, whilst being able to utilise their talent acquisition skills to make a true long term impact. Your key responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to:Supporting with position description development, writing and posting job ads, screening and shortlisting.Creating a recruitment strategy and educating leaders on best practices. Supporting with interview coordination, conducting interviews where necessary. Building and maintaining strong relationships with Line Managers. Ensuring candidates are kept informed and updated on their applications status.Strategic sourcing via LinkedIn, Seek Talent Search and utilising community platforms and networks.Provide the CTO with talent mapping, insights and market updates.To be successfulYou will be an experienced Recruitment Consultant with end to end and strategic sourcing experience. Experience with digital and technology recruitment is preferred from either an internal or agency environment. There is no ATS system at present in the business, so you must be flexible and open minded and have the ability to work with manual processes. This opportunity is available for an immediate start. Interviews will be held virtually in the next week. If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed in this role, please submit your application via the ‘Apply Now’ option, or you can apply directly by submitting your CV at www.hrpartners.com.au. Please ensure that you include the following reference number 14M0442879. If you have any questions about the role before applying, please send an email to sjackson@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.
        Part time opportunity, 3-4 days per weekSupporting a local small business with project based recruitment2-3 month temporary assignment, flexible work options We are currently seeking a dedicated, flexible and resilient Recruitment Consultant to join a local Australian small business located in the East of Melbourne to support during an IT and digital recruitment project on a short term contract.This organisation is developing their Digital offering, which is an exciting period of evolution for a small operation. This role will see you supporting end to end recruitment activities with an open and consultative style whilst reporting to the Chief Operations Officer.You will ideally have strategic sourcing experience and understand how to attract and source talent via various channels and methods. You will be passionate about endorsing a local growing business and can utilise your prior recruitment experience from a small business or start up to attract talent that are genuinely excited about their evolution. This is not a high volume role, however does require a creative and technical recruiter and is a part time opportunity, which will suit someone looking for work life balance, whilst being able to utilise their talent acquisition skills to make a true long term impact. Your key responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to:Supporting with position description development, writing and posting job ads, screening and shortlisting.Creating a recruitment strategy and educating leaders on best practices. Supporting with interview coordination, conducting interviews where necessary. Building and maintaining strong relationships with Line Managers. Ensuring candidates are kept informed and updated on their applications status.Strategic sourcing via LinkedIn, Seek Talent Search and utilising community platforms and networks.Provide the CTO with talent mapping, insights and market updates.To be successfulYou will be an experienced Recruitment Consultant with end to end and strategic sourcing experience. Experience with digital and technology recruitment is preferred from either an internal or agency environment. There is no ATS system at present in the business, so you must be flexible and open minded and have the ability to work with manual processes. This opportunity is available for an immediate start. Interviews will be held virtually in the next week. If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed in this role, please submit your application via the ‘Apply Now’ option, or you can apply directly by submitting your CV at www.hrpartners.com.au. Please ensure that you include the following reference number 14M0442879. If you have any questions about the role before applying, please send an email to sjackson@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$50,000 - AU$60,000 per year
        • full-time
        About HR PartnersYour new organisation is established, well known and embedded in the HR culture and community of Australia. With offices across the eastern seaboard, HR Partners is renowned for their premium service and reputation for putting values at the forefront. We are a high performing team who put teamwork at the core of everything we do and we love connecting to the HR community. About the jobHR Partners are looking for you to join our team as a Junior HR Recruitment Consultant. You will continue to build the junior HR Market in Melbourne. This role will suit somebody who really thrives on building relationships and who has a passion for people and culture. You will be surrounded by true experts in their field, and working with a wide range of clients from Fortune 100 corporates to SME’s, across the private and public sector, with established preferred suppliers.Some of your key responsibilities will include:End to end recruitment of junior and specialist human resources rolesProactively sourcing the best talent within the HR industryDelivering exceptional candidate and client careCollaborating with the wider team to coordinate HR eventsProvide advice to juniors on their HR journeyUpdating and maintaining the ATS (applicant tracking system) What do we offerWe take great care to develop our staff by giving them opportunities to grow professionally, innovate and lead. You will be involved in researching and running HR events that we hold on a regular basis with both clients and candidates, managing your own growth business plan in the junior HR area with your team and leading continuous improvement projects. You will be assigned a dedicated coach and mentor and attend regular HR Partners skills development sessions. Your backgroundTo be considered for this role you will be a recent HR graduate. Alternatively, you bring experience within Recruitment, HR administration or HR coordination. You are ambitious, confident, resilient and career-driven. Superior communication and time management skills are essential and you are a credible, engaging team player. If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at www.hrpartners.com.au. If your application seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period, but we will start shortlisting ASAP. So don’t wait too long with applying. At the moment we are working in the office one day per week, this will increase in the coming weeks to three days per week. 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.
        About HR PartnersYour new organisation is established, well known and embedded in the HR culture and community of Australia. With offices across the eastern seaboard, HR Partners is renowned for their premium service and reputation for putting values at the forefront. We are a high performing team who put teamwork at the core of everything we do and we love connecting to the HR community. About the jobHR Partners are looking for you to join our team as a Junior HR Recruitment Consultant. You will continue to build the junior HR Market in Melbourne. This role will suit somebody who really thrives on building relationships and who has a passion for people and culture. You will be surrounded by true experts in their field, and working with a wide range of clients from Fortune 100 corporates to SME’s, across the private and public sector, with established preferred suppliers.Some of your key responsibilities will include:End to end recruitment of junior and specialist human resources rolesProactively sourcing the best talent within the HR industryDelivering exceptional candidate and client careCollaborating with the wider team to coordinate HR eventsProvide advice to juniors on their HR journeyUpdating and maintaining the ATS (applicant tracking system) What do we offerWe take great care to develop our staff by giving them opportunities to grow professionally, innovate and lead. You will be involved in researching and running HR events that we hold on a regular basis with both clients and candidates, managing your own growth business plan in the junior HR area with your team and leading continuous improvement projects. You will be assigned a dedicated coach and mentor and attend regular HR Partners skills development sessions. Your backgroundTo be considered for this role you will be a recent HR graduate. Alternatively, you bring experience within Recruitment, HR administration or HR coordination. You are ambitious, confident, resilient and career-driven. Superior communication and time management skills are essential and you are a credible, engaging team player. If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at www.hrpartners.com.au. If your application seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period, but we will start shortlisting ASAP. So don’t wait too long with applying. At the moment we are working in the office one day per week, this will increase in the coming weeks to three days per week. 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$150,000 - AU$160,000 per year
        • full-time
        Reporting to the Head of HR, the HR Operations Manager leads a team that provides centralised support and tailored solutions to suit the needs of each business unit and customer. This role will set the HR Operations strategy, you will also lead and manage the HR Operations team to ensure efficient and effective delivery of operational HR services for the business. We are looking for a customer-centric HR professional, who is eager to work in a close-knit team and who is familiar with working in a fluid, fast-paced environment. Key Responsibilities:Ensure the effective management of HR queries, including the provision of quality and timely advice.Design and manage service delivery expectations within the team and with customers.Ensure the successful management of the HR system (Oracle) so that it effectively supports the business.Ensure the successful execution of the payroll function by working collaboratively with the Payroll Specialist, The Finance team, and third-party payroll vendor.Lead, motivate and develop your team through effective high-quality coaching.Identify opportunities to continuously improve the delivery of HR operations services.The ideal candidate will have excellent analytical and decision-making abilities and strong experience with HR information systems (Oracle) and payroll systems. You will have worked across professional services and or in a large complex organisation, within HR operations showcasing your advanced knowledge of the Human Resources process.If this exciting opportunity you or someone in your network would like to explore further, please get in touch with me to have a confidential discussion sryan@hrpartners.com.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.
        Reporting to the Head of HR, the HR Operations Manager leads a team that provides centralised support and tailored solutions to suit the needs of each business unit and customer. This role will set the HR Operations strategy, you will also lead and manage the HR Operations team to ensure efficient and effective delivery of operational HR services for the business. We are looking for a customer-centric HR professional, who is eager to work in a close-knit team and who is familiar with working in a fluid, fast-paced environment. Key Responsibilities:Ensure the effective management of HR queries, including the provision of quality and timely advice.Design and manage service delivery expectations within the team and with customers.Ensure the successful management of the HR system (Oracle) so that it effectively supports the business.Ensure the successful execution of the payroll function by working collaboratively with the Payroll Specialist, The Finance team, and third-party payroll vendor.Lead, motivate and develop your team through effective high-quality coaching.Identify opportunities to continuously improve the delivery of HR operations services.The ideal candidate will have excellent analytical and decision-making abilities and strong experience with HR information systems (Oracle) and payroll systems. You will have worked across professional services and or in a large complex organisation, within HR operations showcasing your advanced knowledge of the Human Resources process.If this exciting opportunity you or someone in your network would like to explore further, please get in touch with me to have a confidential discussion sryan@hrpartners.com.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 cbd, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$180,000 - AU$200,000 per year
        • full-time
        An opportunity to join an Australian success story with a rich history as their Head of Talent Acquisition has arisen.They are a respected provider within the financial services space and are committed to their purpose, customer and people.The organisation is dynamic, evolving and has grown significantly with diverse operating models, customer base and employee groups.With this backdrop they will recruit an agile, pragmatic and commercially astute Head of Talent Acquisition to work in partnership with the business and report into the HR Leader. The position in summaryThis is a role for someone who is able to partner at a strategic level and operationalise the talent acquisition plan in line with the broader People strategy and business needs. The Head of Talent Acquisition will lead the function, have ownership for the budget and team and be a committed and passionate people leader.As the Head of Talent Acquisition you will lead though your team on talent attraction strategy, volume recruitment campaigns, search and specialist hires, recruitment technology systems and processes, talent sourcing strategies, assessment and talent mapping, employee value proposition and branding.As a of Head of function you will also own the talent acquisition budget, leverage analytics and commercial acumen to ensure you are providing a contemporary and relevant solution to enable your new business.The successful candidateThis role will suit someone who is agile, passionate about delivery and service excellence, a committed people leader who can continue to drive and build on a high performing team and enable the business through great talent attraction and recruitment initiatives and solutions. This is a strategic and delivery focused role and the right candidate is able to flex across both with ease and bring evidence of success in a previous organisation of doing so.You bring exceptional stakeholder engagement, leadership capability and are a subject matter expert across talent acquisition.You will bring experience of heading up a talent acquisition team or function within a financial services, professional services or corporate environment as part of a broader skillset.If you are interested in this position please apply below. Please note applications will be reviewed as quickly as possible though to allow for a little delay. I will come back to every submission in due course. Harriet Barclay, HR Partners. 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.
        An opportunity to join an Australian success story with a rich history as their Head of Talent Acquisition has arisen.They are a respected provider within the financial services space and are committed to their purpose, customer and people.The organisation is dynamic, evolving and has grown significantly with diverse operating models, customer base and employee groups.With this backdrop they will recruit an agile, pragmatic and commercially astute Head of Talent Acquisition to work in partnership with the business and report into the HR Leader. The position in summaryThis is a role for someone who is able to partner at a strategic level and operationalise the talent acquisition plan in line with the broader People strategy and business needs. The Head of Talent Acquisition will lead the function, have ownership for the budget and team and be a committed and passionate people leader.As the Head of Talent Acquisition you will lead though your team on talent attraction strategy, volume recruitment campaigns, search and specialist hires, recruitment technology systems and processes, talent sourcing strategies, assessment and talent mapping, employee value proposition and branding.As a of Head of function you will also own the talent acquisition budget, leverage analytics and commercial acumen to ensure you are providing a contemporary and relevant solution to enable your new business.The successful candidateThis role will suit someone who is agile, passionate about delivery and service excellence, a committed people leader who can continue to drive and build on a high performing team and enable the business through great talent attraction and recruitment initiatives and solutions. This is a strategic and delivery focused role and the right candidate is able to flex across both with ease and bring evidence of success in a previous organisation of doing so.You bring exceptional stakeholder engagement, leadership capability and are a subject matter expert across talent acquisition.You will bring experience of heading up a talent acquisition team or function within a financial services, professional services or corporate environment as part of a broader skillset.If you are interested in this position please apply below. Please note applications will be reviewed as quickly as possible though to allow for a little delay. I will come back to every submission in due course. Harriet Barclay, HR Partners. 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.
        • st leonards, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000, per year, AU$90000 - AU$100000 per annum + superannuation
        • full-time
        Long term opportunity Great company culture Professional services North Shore location, a combination of working from home and in the office An amazing opportunity has become available for a L&D professional looking to join a well-established and respected business in the professional services industry. You will be reporting to the L&D manager and working together with one other L&D specialist to further develop the Learning strategies of the business. Your responsibilities include, but are not limited to:- Assisting with the learning gap analysis - Facilitating training both virtual and in person- Rolling out different learning strategies - Driving instructional design for new learning material- Negotiating with external vendors on best learning solutions To be successful in this role, you have experience in a similar role in Learning and Development with a background in HR. Ideally, you have a minimum of a Cert IV in training with previous facilitation experience. You like to work in a team, but can work autonomously when needed.Please apply using the link below if this sounds like your next job opportunity. Not ready to apply, please call Shirley Dietvorst on 0412 555 685 or send your question to sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au including your resume and job reference number. 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.
        Long term opportunity Great company culture Professional services North Shore location, a combination of working from home and in the office An amazing opportunity has become available for a L&D professional looking to join a well-established and respected business in the professional services industry. You will be reporting to the L&D manager and working together with one other L&D specialist to further develop the Learning strategies of the business. Your responsibilities include, but are not limited to:- Assisting with the learning gap analysis - Facilitating training both virtual and in person- Rolling out different learning strategies - Driving instructional design for new learning material- Negotiating with external vendors on best learning solutions To be successful in this role, you have experience in a similar role in Learning and Development with a background in HR. Ideally, you have a minimum of a Cert IV in training with previous facilitation experience. You like to work in a team, but can work autonomously when needed.Please apply using the link below if this sounds like your next job opportunity. Not ready to apply, please call Shirley Dietvorst on 0412 555 685 or send your question to sdietvorst@hrpartners.com.au including your resume and job reference number. 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$150,000 - AU$151,000, per year, AU$150000 - AU$151000 per annum
        • full-time
        Reporting to the Head of Remuneration and Rewards you'll act as a trusted adviser to the business and People & Culture team members on all performance, remuneration, and benefits matters, developing fit-for-purpose solutions based on business needs, and playing a key role in the delivery of cyclical reward programs.We are looking for a confident, down-to-earth professional who is eager to work in a close-knit team and who is familiar with working in a fluid, fast-paced environment. Key Responsibilities:Building and implementing a rewards and remuneration strategy and framework.Developing policies and processes that ensure staff are clear about their benefits and entitlements.Providing recommendations and solutions covering specific areas of remuneration and rewards, including salary and benefits planning, market analysis, job design, and position matching.Coordinating the annual remuneration review process.Building quantifiable success metrics into the People & Culture programs to measure outcomes and inform continuous improvement.Provide on all matters relating to the performance review process, remuneration & benefits.Sourcing, analyzing, and modeling remuneration data into the provision of remuneration, performance, and benefits advice.The ideal candidate will have strong experience in remuneration, performance, and benefits practices across professional services and or working in a large complex organisation. They will have experience designing, implementing, and maintaining a rewards and remuneration framework and strategy. Also, previous experience developing policies and processes to support a remuneration and benefits framework.If this exciting opportunity you or someone in your network would like to explore further, please get in touch with me to have a further discussion sryan@hrpartners.com.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.
        Reporting to the Head of Remuneration and Rewards you'll act as a trusted adviser to the business and People & Culture team members on all performance, remuneration, and benefits matters, developing fit-for-purpose solutions based on business needs, and playing a key role in the delivery of cyclical reward programs.We are looking for a confident, down-to-earth professional who is eager to work in a close-knit team and who is familiar with working in a fluid, fast-paced environment. Key Responsibilities:Building and implementing a rewards and remuneration strategy and framework.Developing policies and processes that ensure staff are clear about their benefits and entitlements.Providing recommendations and solutions covering specific areas of remuneration and rewards, including salary and benefits planning, market analysis, job design, and position matching.Coordinating the annual remuneration review process.Building quantifiable success metrics into the People & Culture programs to measure outcomes and inform continuous improvement.Provide on all matters relating to the performance review process, remuneration & benefits.Sourcing, analyzing, and modeling remuneration data into the provision of remuneration, performance, and benefits advice.The ideal candidate will have strong experience in remuneration, performance, and benefits practices across professional services and or working in a large complex organisation. They will have experience designing, implementing, and maintaining a rewards and remuneration framework and strategy. Also, previous experience developing policies and processes to support a remuneration and benefits framework.If this exciting opportunity you or someone in your network would like to explore further, please get in touch with me to have a further discussion sryan@hrpartners.com.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.
        • parramatta, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$65,000 - AU$70,000, per year, superannuation
        • full-time
        Working at Randstad is unlike working at any organisation. Because at Randstad we put people at the heart of everything we do; this goes for our clients, our candidates, our employees and society. By combining our passion for people with the power of today’s technologies, we support people and organisations in realising their true potential. We call this Human Forward.The roleAn exciting opportunity exists for an Account Manager to join our successful blue-collar construction team in Parramatta. In this role, you will have the opportunity to recruit for one of our largest blue-collar construction clients. You will be responsible for providing clients with specialist recruitment solutions by building strong internal and external stakeholder relationships and driving recruitment delivery.ResponsibilitiesProactively engaging with the clients to understand recruitment needs and drivers to ensure appropriate resourcing strategies are alignedDevelop and refine client processes and proceduresResponsible for filling vacancies given to you from your client accountsIdentify areas for improvement and implement solutions needed to streamline work-flow and increase operating efficiencyOngoing account development and up-sellingManaging ad-hoc project-based work and reporting to benefit the smooth running of the client accounts About youRecruitment or account management experience Experience working in a fast-paced environmentExcellent communication skillsStrong recruitment delivery experienceAbility to multi-task and manage prioritiesAble to build relationships with senior stakeholders What you will get in returnWe understand the importance of empowering you to achieve your best, this is why Randstad provides a detailed and supportive onboarding process for all new hires. You’ll be encouraged to develop your recruitment career and benefit from regular high-achiever incentives with attractive rewards. A fantastic induction & onboarding programFlexible working optionsDay off on your birthdayPaid volunteering leaveHealth & wellbeing discountsShare purchase schemeExcellent ongoing training Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity as an Account Manager, please select “Apply Now”.Have a question before applying? Please contact Tina Macroyannis at tina.macroyannis@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.
        Working at Randstad is unlike working at any organisation. Because at Randstad we put people at the heart of everything we do; this goes for our clients, our candidates, our employees and society. By combining our passion for people with the power of today’s technologies, we support people and organisations in realising their true potential. We call this Human Forward.The roleAn exciting opportunity exists for an Account Manager to join our successful blue-collar construction team in Parramatta. In this role, you will have the opportunity to recruit for one of our largest blue-collar construction clients. You will be responsible for providing clients with specialist recruitment solutions by building strong internal and external stakeholder relationships and driving recruitment delivery.ResponsibilitiesProactively engaging with the clients to understand recruitment needs and drivers to ensure appropriate resourcing strategies are alignedDevelop and refine client processes and proceduresResponsible for filling vacancies given to you from your client accountsIdentify areas for improvement and implement solutions needed to streamline work-flow and increase operating efficiencyOngoing account development and up-sellingManaging ad-hoc project-based work and reporting to benefit the smooth running of the client accounts About youRecruitment or account management experience Experience working in a fast-paced environmentExcellent communication skillsStrong recruitment delivery experienceAbility to multi-task and manage prioritiesAble to build relationships with senior stakeholders What you will get in returnWe understand the importance of empowering you to achieve your best, this is why Randstad provides a detailed and supportive onboarding process for all new hires. You’ll be encouraged to develop your recruitment career and benefit from regular high-achiever incentives with attractive rewards. A fantastic induction & onboarding programFlexible working optionsDay off on your birthdayPaid volunteering leaveHealth & wellbeing discountsShare purchase schemeExcellent ongoing training Next stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity as an Account Manager, please select “Apply Now”.Have a question before applying? Please contact Tina Macroyannis at tina.macroyannis@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.
        • canberra, australian capital territory
        • permanent
        • full-time
        By combining our passion for people with the power of today's technologies, we support people and organisations in realising their true potential. At Randstad we call this human forward.A unique opportunity has arisen for a recruitment consultant to join our business in Canberra. With an established warm desk, you will focus on placing both temporary and permanent candidates into the Canberra work force. This position presents outstanding earning potential, career growth opportunities and the chance to work with some of Randstads key clients. You will work in a team of many hard-working consultants in our Canberra office, which is headed by a manager who has been at Randstad for 16 years. Responsibilities includebuild and maintain client relationshipsdevelop candidate attraction strategiesscreen and place potential candidatesmanage end to end recruitment campaignsbe an integral part of the Canberra teamWhat you will need to exceed We are looking for a driven, outgoing recruitment consultant who is passionate about becoming better day by day. You'll have a can-do and positive outlook, seeking new ways to provide solutions within your industry for outstanding results.great telephone manner and you're not afraid to pick up the telephoneclear mindset with drive and energy to achieve targetsexcellent planning and organisational skillsproactive and enjoy working in a customer centric environmentyou find it easy to connect with people and enjoy working as a team as well as independentlyable to build and maintain long-term relationships with clients and candidatesWhat will you get in return We understand the importance of empowering you to achieve your best, this is why Randstad provides a detailed and supportive onboarding process for all new hires. You'll be encouraged to develop your recruitment career and benefit from regular high-achiever incentives with attractive rewards. When you join Randstad, you'll also benefit from an array of additional benefits including discounted gym memberships as well as other incentives.8 weeks induction & onboardingflexible working optionsday off on your birthdayhealth, wellbeing, and retail discountsongoing training and courses to help you exceed and be successful in your roleuncapped commision structureNext steps to join our team If you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please click "Apply Now". If you have a question before applying please contact Troy Bordiuk on troy.bordiuk@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.
        By combining our passion for people with the power of today's technologies, we support people and organisations in realising their true potential. At Randstad we call this human forward.A unique opportunity has arisen for a recruitment consultant to join our business in Canberra. With an established warm desk, you will focus on placing both temporary and permanent candidates into the Canberra work force. This position presents outstanding earning potential, career growth opportunities and the chance to work with some of Randstads key clients. You will work in a team of many hard-working consultants in our Canberra office, which is headed by a manager who has been at Randstad for 16 years. Responsibilities includebuild and maintain client relationshipsdevelop candidate attraction strategiesscreen and place potential candidatesmanage end to end recruitment campaignsbe an integral part of the Canberra teamWhat you will need to exceed We are looking for a driven, outgoing recruitment consultant who is passionate about becoming better day by day. You'll have a can-do and positive outlook, seeking new ways to provide solutions within your industry for outstanding results.great telephone manner and you're not afraid to pick up the telephoneclear mindset with drive and energy to achieve targetsexcellent planning and organisational skillsproactive and enjoy working in a customer centric environmentyou find it easy to connect with people and enjoy working as a team as well as independentlyable to build and maintain long-term relationships with clients and candidatesWhat will you get in return We understand the importance of empowering you to achieve your best, this is why Randstad provides a detailed and supportive onboarding process for all new hires. You'll be encouraged to develop your recruitment career and benefit from regular high-achiever incentives with attractive rewards. When you join Randstad, you'll also benefit from an array of additional benefits including discounted gym memberships as well as other incentives.8 weeks induction & onboardingflexible working optionsday off on your birthdayhealth, wellbeing, and retail discountsongoing training and courses to help you exceed and be successful in your roleuncapped commision structureNext steps to join our team If you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please click "Apply Now". If you have a question before applying please contact Troy Bordiuk on troy.bordiuk@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.
        • canberra, australian capital territory
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Working at Randstad is unlike working at any organisation. Because at Randstad we put people at the heart of everything we do; this goes for our clients, our candidates, our employees and society. By combining our passion for people with the power of today's technologies, we support people and organisations in realising their true potential. At Randstad we call this human forward.A unique opportunity has arisen for a recruitment consultant to join our business in Canberra. With an established warm desk, you will focus on placing both temporary and permanent candidates into the Canberra work force. This position presents outstanding earning potential, career growth opportunities and the chance to work with some of Randstads key clients.You will work in a team of many hard-working consultants in our Canberra office, which is headed by a manager who has been at Randstad for 16 years.Responsibilities includebuild and maintain client relationshipsdevelop candidate attraction strategiesscreen and place potential candidatesmanage end to end recruitment campaignsbe an integral part of the Canberra teamWhat you will need to exceedWe are looking for a driven, outgoing recruitment consultant who is passionate about becoming better day by day. You'll have a can-do and positive outlook, seeking new ways to provide solutions within your industry for outstanding results.great telephone manner and you're not afraid to pick up the phoneclear mindset with drive and energy to achieve targetsexcellent planning and organisational skillsproactive and enjoy working in a customer centric environmentyou find it easy to connect with people and enjoy working as a team as well as independentlyable to build and maintain long-term relationships with clients and candidatesWhat will you get in returnWe understand the importance of empowering you to achieve your best, this is why Randstad provides a detailed and supportive onboarding process for all new hires. You'll be encouraged to develop your recruitment career and benefit from regular high-achiever incentives with attractive rewards. When you join Randstad, you'll also benefit from an array of additional benefits including discounted gym memberships as well as other incentives.8 weeks induction & onboardingflexible working optionsday off on your birthdayhealth, wellbeing, and retail discountsongoing training and courses to help you exceed and be successful in your roleuncapped commision structureNext steps to join our teamIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please click "Apply Now".If you have a question before applying please contact Troy Bordiuk on troy.bordiuk@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.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.
        Working at Randstad is unlike working at any organisation. Because at Randstad we put people at the heart of everything we do; this goes for our clients, our candidates, our employees and society. By combining our passion for people with the power of today's technologies, we support people and organisations in realising their true potential. At Randstad we call this human forward.A unique opportunity has arisen for a recruitment consultant to join our business in Canberra. With an established warm desk, you will focus on placing both temporary and permanent candidates into the Canberra work force. This position presents outstanding earning potential, career growth opportunities and the chance to work with some of Randstads key clients.You will work in a team of many hard-working consultants in our Canberra office, which is headed by a manager who has been at Randstad for 16 years.Responsibilities includebuild and maintain client relationshipsdevelop candidate attraction strategiesscreen and place potential candidatesmanage end to end recruitment campaignsbe an integral part of the Canberra teamWhat you will need to exceedWe are looking for a driven, outgoing recruitment consultant who is passionate about becoming better day by day. You'll have a can-do and positive outlook, seeking new ways to provide solutions within your industry for outstanding results.great telephone manner and you're not afraid to pick up the phoneclear mindset with drive and energy to achieve targetsexcellent planning and organisational skillsproactive and enjoy working in a customer centric environmentyou find it easy to connect with people and enjoy working as a team as well as independentlyable to build and maintain long-term relationships with clients and candidatesWhat will you get in returnWe understand the importance of empowering you to achieve your best, this is why Randstad provides a detailed and supportive onboarding process for all new hires. You'll be encouraged to develop your recruitment career and benefit from regular high-achiever incentives with attractive rewards. When you join Randstad, you'll also benefit from an array of additional benefits including discounted gym memberships as well as other incentives.8 weeks induction & onboardingflexible working optionsday off on your birthdayhealth, wellbeing, and retail discountsongoing training and courses to help you exceed and be successful in your roleuncapped commision structureNext steps to join our teamIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please click "Apply Now".If you have a question before applying please contact Troy Bordiuk on troy.bordiuk@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.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.
        • blacktown, new south wales
        • temporary
        • AU$30.00 - AU$32.00, per hour, AU$30 - AU$32 per hour
        • full-time
        Your new organisation is works in the disability industry. As the HR Administrator, your role will work closely in providing support to the HR.Your duties will include, but are not limited to:- Supporting the HR team within the organisation.- Conducting compliance checks.- Assist with recruitment process.- First point of contact/Outbound calls.- On-boarding Administration and assisting with time sheets queries. We would love to hear from you if you possess the following skills:- Bachelors Degree in Human Resources- Experience in MS Office (Excel, World, PowerPoint)- Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal.- Enthusiastic and Team Player. If this sounds like you, please 'apply for this job' or email Natasha your CV directly to nsiciliano@hrparters.com.au. 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.
        Your new organisation is works in the disability industry. As the HR Administrator, your role will work closely in providing support to the HR.Your duties will include, but are not limited to:- Supporting the HR team within the organisation.- Conducting compliance checks.- Assist with recruitment process.- First point of contact/Outbound calls.- On-boarding Administration and assisting with time sheets queries. We would love to hear from you if you possess the following skills:- Bachelors Degree in Human Resources- Experience in MS Office (Excel, World, PowerPoint)- Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal.- Enthusiastic and Team Player. If this sounds like you, please 'apply for this job' or email Natasha your CV directly to nsiciliano@hrparters.com.au. 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.
        • northern suburbs adelaide, south australia
        • permanent
        • AU$100,000 - AU$115,000, per year, AU$100000 - AU$115000 per annum
        • full-time
        Our client, a national transport and logistics company, is currently seeking a Training Lead to join their Adelaide site. The Training Lead will develop, facilitate and supervise training programs for employees within the Maintenance Department. About the roleThe Training Lead will be driving the training activities within the maintenance department, focusing on onboarding, upskilling and developing employees and ensuring compliance with relevant rail legislation and regulations. Additionally, the role will include:Developing, facilitating and supervising training programsImplementing training and development plans which delivers effectiveness and efficiencies across the businessIdentify and assess the training needs of the business through job analysis, career paths and consultation with managersDevelop individualised and group training programs Develop quarterly and annual training programs and workshopsDevelop training manualsImplementing training KPIs About youYou have an outstanding track record in developing and executing successful training programs in addition to:Cert IV Training and AssessmentMin. 2 years experience in a similar roleTransport and rail experienceKnowledge of various training and teaching methodsA technical background in rail, mechanics and or electrical engineering is a plus Please apply now using the 'Apply Now' button. Alternatively, please call Simone Christensen for a confidential discussion on 0438 438 746 quoting Reference Number 14M0444354 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 national transport and logistics company, is currently seeking a Training Lead to join their Adelaide site. The Training Lead will develop, facilitate and supervise training programs for employees within the Maintenance Department. About the roleThe Training Lead will be driving the training activities within the maintenance department, focusing on onboarding, upskilling and developing employees and ensuring compliance with relevant rail legislation and regulations. Additionally, the role will include:Developing, facilitating and supervising training programsImplementing training and development plans which delivers effectiveness and efficiencies across the businessIdentify and assess the training needs of the business through job analysis, career paths and consultation with managersDevelop individualised and group training programs Develop quarterly and annual training programs and workshopsDevelop training manualsImplementing training KPIs About youYou have an outstanding track record in developing and executing successful training programs in addition to:Cert IV Training and AssessmentMin. 2 years experience in a similar roleTransport and rail experienceKnowledge of various training and teaching methodsA technical background in rail, mechanics and or electrical engineering is a plus Please apply now using the 'Apply Now' button. Alternatively, please call Simone Christensen for a confidential discussion on 0438 438 746 quoting Reference Number 14M0444354 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.com.au. At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • melbourne cbd, victoria
        • temporary
        • AU$64.74 - AU$69.87, per hour, AU$64.74 - AU$69.87 per hour
        • full-time
        About the client: Our Client, a national regulator, is seeking a WHS Coordinator to join their team to develop, implement and coordinate safety systems. The organisation is currently undergoing substantial development and growth in response to changes in emphasis in Government policy and expectations of industryAbout the role:The role is working with key stakeholders to ensure due diligence obligations are met in addition to: Research, interpret and apply technical knowledge to resolve work health and safety (WHS) issue and develop strategic advice to enable the organisation’s obligations under the relevant legislation and regulationsEffectively communicating advice and recommendations in relations to WHSCreating, promoting and embedding a safety culture throughout the organisationAbout you:Federal or state government experience in a similar role is essential Relevant qualifications in Work Health and Safety. Relevant APS and comcare rehabilitation case management experience is desirable. The successful applicant will be required to submit a current police record. Please apply now using the 'Apply Now' button. Alternatively, please call Simone Christensen for a confidential discussion on 0438 438 746 quoting Reference Number 14M0444418 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.
        About the client: Our Client, a national regulator, is seeking a WHS Coordinator to join their team to develop, implement and coordinate safety systems. The organisation is currently undergoing substantial development and growth in response to changes in emphasis in Government policy and expectations of industryAbout the role:The role is working with key stakeholders to ensure due diligence obligations are met in addition to: Research, interpret and apply technical knowledge to resolve work health and safety (WHS) issue and develop strategic advice to enable the organisation’s obligations under the relevant legislation and regulationsEffectively communicating advice and recommendations in relations to WHSCreating, promoting and embedding a safety culture throughout the organisationAbout you:Federal or state government experience in a similar role is essential Relevant qualifications in Work Health and Safety. Relevant APS and comcare rehabilitation case management experience is desirable. The successful applicant will be required to submit a current police record. Please apply now using the 'Apply Now' button. Alternatively, please call Simone Christensen for a confidential discussion on 0438 438 746 quoting Reference Number 14M0444418 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.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$150,000 - AU$151,000 per year
        • full-time
        Reporting to the HR Manager. This role will work across multiple business sectors, including some of the most high-profile projects in the market. You will be providing top-quality HR guidance, coaching, and support to senior leaders in the business. You will develop and deliver HR initiatives from an operational and strategic perspective in line with the business strategy. You will also build capability across the organisation, driving change and promoting a culture of high performance. key accountabilities will include but are not limited to;Experience in delivering high-quality HR support to a high-performing client base.Advise managers using strong generalist knowledge across all aspects of the employee lifecycle.Coach and build capability across the manager and leadership team.Lead and/or contribute to relevant HR projects, strategic initiatives, and continuous improvement activities.Undertake and assist with the development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of policies, procedures, and guidelines, supporting local compliance.skills and competencies;Degree qualified in Human Resources.Broad knowledge of Employment Law, HR Policies, and best practice.Ability to work in a fast-moving, fluid environment.Strong business acumen and commercial thinking.Excellent verbal and written communication skills.Exceptional negotiation skills with the ability to influence and persuade.Customer and service-oriented with strong delivery capability.You are an HR professional who has experience providing support on a broad range of HR Policies, Programmes, and Practices, developing people manager capability, and forming strong working relationships across the business. You are an energetic, highly capable, and personable HR professional who enjoys a true business partnering role.For more information, please apply or contact Sophie Ryan sryan@hrpartners.com.au 0481 214 184 for a confidential conversation. Applications will close on Monday 26/4/2021. 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 HR Manager. This role will work across multiple business sectors, including some of the most high-profile projects in the market. You will be providing top-quality HR guidance, coaching, and support to senior leaders in the business. You will develop and deliver HR initiatives from an operational and strategic perspective in line with the business strategy. You will also build capability across the organisation, driving change and promoting a culture of high performance. key accountabilities will include but are not limited to;Experience in delivering high-quality HR support to a high-performing client base.Advise managers using strong generalist knowledge across all aspects of the employee lifecycle.Coach and build capability across the manager and leadership team.Lead and/or contribute to relevant HR projects, strategic initiatives, and continuous improvement activities.Undertake and assist with the development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of policies, procedures, and guidelines, supporting local compliance.skills and competencies;Degree qualified in Human Resources.Broad knowledge of Employment Law, HR Policies, and best practice.Ability to work in a fast-moving, fluid environment.Strong business acumen and commercial thinking.Excellent verbal and written communication skills.Exceptional negotiation skills with the ability to influence and persuade.Customer and service-oriented with strong delivery capability.You are an HR professional who has experience providing support on a broad range of HR Policies, Programmes, and Practices, developing people manager capability, and forming strong working relationships across the business. You are an energetic, highly capable, and personable HR professional who enjoys a true business partnering role.For more information, please apply or contact Sophie Ryan sryan@hrpartners.com.au 0481 214 184 for a confidential conversation. Applications will close on Monday 26/4/2021. 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
        • temporary
        • AU$45.00 - AU$57.00, per hour, AU$45 - AU$57 per hour + Super
        • full-time
        Key areas of responsibility includeClassifying position descriptionsEstablishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the businessProject work as and when requiredProvide HR advice, direction and consultation HR Administration as neededPartner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR Actively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader departmentSuccessful candidates will have considerable generalist experience, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. They will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. Previous experience working within the public sector would be advantageous. 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.
        Key areas of responsibility includeClassifying position descriptionsEstablishing sound relationships and engaging with key stakeholders within the businessProject work as and when requiredProvide HR advice, direction and consultation HR Administration as neededPartner with the team leaders and business leaders across all areas of HR Actively promote a positive and consultative HR style to the broader departmentSuccessful candidates will have considerable generalist experience, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. They will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. Previous experience working within the public sector would be advantageous. 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
        • contract
        • AU$50.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, immediate start
        • full-time
        Human Resources GeneralistTrue Generalist Position3 months Contracts with an immediate startMining or Drilling Industry background highly advantageousAre you an outstanding Human Resources Generalist available for an immediate start? Our Client in Perth is looking to expand their team and seek experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with their business to assist in taking their HR functions to the next level and provide support, HR guidance & leadership to the executive and client group. They are looking for Human Resources Generalists who are highly motivated, a self-starter, commercial, and experienced HR professional, bringing considerable experience in developing high-quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers.As a key member of the HR team, you will work closely with the executive and your client group to develop and deliver a range of HR activities as their businesses transition to the new normal in 2021. You will play a key role in the end-to-end implementation of the HR function and the day-to-day HR operations across the client group. This role will be an outstanding opportunity for an experienced Human Resources Generalist looking to progress their career and grow with the business quickly. 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.Successful candidates will have considerable generalist experience, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. They will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. Degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources and previous experience working within a fast-paced/change environment will be highly regarded. If you are ready for your next challenge in 2021, please apply now using the ‘Apply Now' button. Alternatively, please call for a confidential discussion on 07 3031 3291, 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.
        Human Resources GeneralistTrue Generalist Position3 months Contracts with an immediate startMining or Drilling Industry background highly advantageousAre you an outstanding Human Resources Generalist available for an immediate start? Our Client in Perth is looking to expand their team and seek experienced and dynamic Human Resources professional to partner with their business to assist in taking their HR functions to the next level and provide support, HR guidance & leadership to the executive and client group. They are looking for Human Resources Generalists who are highly motivated, a self-starter, commercial, and experienced HR professional, bringing considerable experience in developing high-quality HR solutions to enable a business to achieve its key drivers.As a key member of the HR team, you will work closely with the executive and your client group to develop and deliver a range of HR activities as their businesses transition to the new normal in 2021. You will play a key role in the end-to-end implementation of the HR function and the day-to-day HR operations across the client group. This role will be an outstanding opportunity for an experienced Human Resources Generalist looking to progress their career and grow with the business quickly. 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.Successful candidates will have considerable generalist experience, outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. They will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. Degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources and previous experience working within a fast-paced/change environment will be highly regarded. If you are ready for your next challenge in 2021, please apply now using the ‘Apply Now' button. Alternatively, please call for a confidential discussion on 07 3031 3291, 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.
        • melbourne cbd, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$85,000 - AU$95,000, per year, AU$85000 - AU$95000 per annum + superannuation
        • full-time
        Our ASX listed client has an opportunity to join them in a Permanent capacity as HR System Coordinator. In this job, you are looking after the people insights for the company. In your new role, you make sure that the HR systems such as Workday are supported, developed, and enhanced to meet the ongoing needs of the business and the end-users. The role is integral in the provision of technical system support for the wider Human Resources function, such as HR advisory and Recruitment.In addition to supporting Workday, you will be actively involved in business reporting and analytics using Workday and other systems.You will be reporting to the National HR Change Manager and together with your new team, you will be responsible for the people systems.Key responsibilities of the HR System CoordinatorDevelop, maintain and support reporting, dashboards and data analysis utilizing appropriate reporting tools.Conduct research, analyse data and present findings in a concise format.Maintain strong business relationships with key stakeholders to resolve data and reporting challenges, including interpretation and qualityManage Workday upgrade plans, analysis, testing, implementation and bug fixes.Support the staff if they have any questions around Workday.What we are looking for as a minimum is previous experience in the HR analytics/data/systems space OR experience as a HR generalist where you were involved with systems improvements or implementations and you were working on the reporting. You are tech savvy and diving into the different systems and getting out the right data is what makes you happy. If you have worked with Workday before, that would be a big plus, but absolutely not a must. As long as you have worked with an HRIS system. If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed within this listed organisation, contact Niki Bosman on 0414 672 257 for further information or apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at www.hrpartners.com.au. Knowing the company really well, I would definitely recommend applying. If your application seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period, but we will start shortlisting ASAP. So don’t wait too long with applying. This will be a position where you will be 2 days in the office (Melbourne CBD) and 3 days from home. 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 ASX listed client has an opportunity to join them in a Permanent capacity as HR System Coordinator. In this job, you are looking after the people insights for the company. In your new role, you make sure that the HR systems such as Workday are supported, developed, and enhanced to meet the ongoing needs of the business and the end-users. The role is integral in the provision of technical system support for the wider Human Resources function, such as HR advisory and Recruitment.In addition to supporting Workday, you will be actively involved in business reporting and analytics using Workday and other systems.You will be reporting to the National HR Change Manager and together with your new team, you will be responsible for the people systems.Key responsibilities of the HR System CoordinatorDevelop, maintain and support reporting, dashboards and data analysis utilizing appropriate reporting tools.Conduct research, analyse data and present findings in a concise format.Maintain strong business relationships with key stakeholders to resolve data and reporting challenges, including interpretation and qualityManage Workday upgrade plans, analysis, testing, implementation and bug fixes.Support the staff if they have any questions around Workday.What we are looking for as a minimum is previous experience in the HR analytics/data/systems space OR experience as a HR generalist where you were involved with systems improvements or implementations and you were working on the reporting. You are tech savvy and diving into the different systems and getting out the right data is what makes you happy. If you have worked with Workday before, that would be a big plus, but absolutely not a must. As long as you have worked with an HRIS system. If you believe you have the passion and drive to succeed within this listed organisation, contact Niki Bosman on 0414 672 257 for further information or apply directly utilising the link provided or by submitting your CV at www.hrpartners.com.au. Knowing the company really well, I would definitely recommend applying. If your application seems like a fit, I will give you a call to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about the role. It is completely fine if you have a notice period, but we will start shortlisting ASAP. So don’t wait too long with applying. This will be a position where you will be 2 days in the office (Melbourne CBD) and 3 days from home. 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
        • contract
        • AU$95,000 - AU$105,000, per year, + super
        • full-time
        About the organisationI am representing an organisation within the Renewable Energy space that is offering an opportunity as a Senior Talent Advisor with their growing Talent Team. They offer flexible working options, great on-site training, and a culture built around collaboration and excellence.About the opportunityYou will be someone who is comfortable managing the delivery of talent acquisition services including candidate attraction, selection, assessment and management in line with best practice methodologies. This role will be an onsite recruiter via our RPO solution, Randstad Sourceright.This is a senior recruitment position that requires someone with a strong talent partnering background. Open to agency, internal talent acquisition, and private sector recruiters, but likely suited to someone with 3-4 years experience working with internal stakeholders from an engineering or construction background.About the ideal candidateAn ideal candidate will have worked in a similar role, but in short you will have: Ideally worked in a similar role (i.e. Recruitment Consultant, Talent Acquisition, Talent Specialist, Talent Advisor, Internal Talent etc.) Internal stakeholder management skills and end to end recruitment experience Experience working with a complex organisation or consultancy Great Opportunity for a step into a growing, diverse market!What’s in it for you?This organisation can offer a great base salary, casual dress code, and opportunities for development within. You will be working on a large pinnacle project and more importantly, with great people and a driven, uniquely commercial culture.If this is of interest, please send your CV to gray.lynch@randstadsourceright.com.au or apply directly through this ad.At Randstad Sourceright, 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 organisationI am representing an organisation within the Renewable Energy space that is offering an opportunity as a Senior Talent Advisor with their growing Talent Team. They offer flexible working options, great on-site training, and a culture built around collaboration and excellence.About the opportunityYou will be someone who is comfortable managing the delivery of talent acquisition services including candidate attraction, selection, assessment and management in line with best practice methodologies. This role will be an onsite recruiter via our RPO solution, Randstad Sourceright.This is a senior recruitment position that requires someone with a strong talent partnering background. Open to agency, internal talent acquisition, and private sector recruiters, but likely suited to someone with 3-4 years experience working with internal stakeholders from an engineering or construction background.About the ideal candidateAn ideal candidate will have worked in a similar role, but in short you will have: Ideally worked in a similar role (i.e. Recruitment Consultant, Talent Acquisition, Talent Specialist, Talent Advisor, Internal Talent etc.) Internal stakeholder management skills and end to end recruitment experience Experience working with a complex organisation or consultancy Great Opportunity for a step into a growing, diverse market!What’s in it for you?This organisation can offer a great base salary, casual dress code, and opportunities for development within. You will be working on a large pinnacle project and more importantly, with great people and a driven, uniquely commercial culture.If this is of interest, please send your CV to gray.lynch@randstadsourceright.com.au or apply directly through this ad.At Randstad Sourceright, 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$30.00 - AU$36.00, per hour, super
        • full-time
        Your New CompanyGlobal recruitment agency is seeking a motivated and ambitious Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their expanding project team in Sydney CBD. This business is renowned for putting their people at the heart of everything they do and supporting organisations in realising their true potential Your new roleAs the Talent Acquisition Specialist, you will be responsible for recruiting, assessing and hiring candidates to fill open positions for large RPO projects. You will be working in an autonomous fast paced team reporting to the highly regarded Talent Delivery Manager Your main responsibilitiesShortlisting and screening candidates on vacancies Organising and conducting behavioural based interviewsImplementing the companies employer value propositionConsulting and working in partnership with hiring managersGeneral administration as required ExperiencePrevious experience in Recruitment, Talent Acquisition, Sourcing and Candidate ManagementBenefitsLocated in Sydney CBD and just 1 minute walk from Wynyard train stationBrand new office facilities with stand up or sit down desk spaceJoin an established business who take pride in their employeesWeekly Friday work drinks and daily fresh fruit and beveragesOpportunity to secure long-term work If you feel like this is the right role for you please apply now At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Your New CompanyGlobal recruitment agency is seeking a motivated and ambitious Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their expanding project team in Sydney CBD. This business is renowned for putting their people at the heart of everything they do and supporting organisations in realising their true potential Your new roleAs the Talent Acquisition Specialist, you will be responsible for recruiting, assessing and hiring candidates to fill open positions for large RPO projects. You will be working in an autonomous fast paced team reporting to the highly regarded Talent Delivery Manager Your main responsibilitiesShortlisting and screening candidates on vacancies Organising and conducting behavioural based interviewsImplementing the companies employer value propositionConsulting and working in partnership with hiring managersGeneral administration as required ExperiencePrevious experience in Recruitment, Talent Acquisition, Sourcing and Candidate ManagementBenefitsLocated in Sydney CBD and just 1 minute walk from Wynyard train stationBrand new office facilities with stand up or sit down desk spaceJoin an established business who take pride in their employeesWeekly Friday work drinks and daily fresh fruit and beveragesOpportunity to secure long-term work If you feel like this is the right role for you please apply now At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • contract
        • AU$36 - AU$36, per year, super
        • full-time
        As the Talent Acquisition Specialist, you will be responsible for recruiting, assessing and hiring candidates to fill open positions for large RPO projects. You will be working in an autonomous fast paced team reporting to the highly regarded Talent Delivery Manager. 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.
        As the Talent Acquisition Specialist, you will be responsible for recruiting, assessing and hiring candidates to fill open positions for large RPO projects. You will be working in an autonomous fast paced team reporting to the highly regarded Talent Delivery Manager. 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
        • contract
        • AU$350 - AU$400 per day
        • full-time
        About the roleThis is a great opportunity for an experienced internal recruitment coordinator to work within State Government, recruiting roles across a variety of role profiles. The role is initially 3 months however does have the potential to extend. Duties include:Identify and develop client/business relationships in a competitive environmentMaintain a candidate databaseAssess and respond to the needs of each particular client or assignmentScreen and Source suitable candidatesSupport the recruitment process from beginning to endAbout you:To be successful in this role you will have had experience working within a similar role as well as the following:Agency/volume recruitment experience preferredStrong relationship buildingStrong work ethicStrong admin skills and desire to succeed Excellent interpersonal and communication skillsSelf motivated, vibrant and full of energyIf you are interested and meet the above criteria please apply for this role with your resume in WORD.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 roleThis is a great opportunity for an experienced internal recruitment coordinator to work within State Government, recruiting roles across a variety of role profiles. The role is initially 3 months however does have the potential to extend. Duties include:Identify and develop client/business relationships in a competitive environmentMaintain a candidate databaseAssess and respond to the needs of each particular client or assignmentScreen and Source suitable candidatesSupport the recruitment process from beginning to endAbout you:To be successful in this role you will have had experience working within a similar role as well as the following:Agency/volume recruitment experience preferredStrong relationship buildingStrong work ethicStrong admin skills and desire to succeed Excellent interpersonal and communication skillsSelf motivated, vibrant and full of energyIf you are interested and meet the above criteria please apply for this role with your resume in WORD.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
        • temporary
        • super
        • full-time
        NSW Government Department require an accomplished People Partner for an initial 3 month period. Reporting to the Senior Manager People Partners this role will see you work remotely a majority of the time with a high level of autonomy.Key AccountabilitiesProvide business with strategic and tactical advice, support and solutions on people matters to ensure organisational capability and leadership capability is builtPartner with Organisational Effectiveness colleagues to develop and implement strategies and plans to develop and grow people capability and manage the associated change to ensure the organisation achieves its current and future business objectivesImplement strategies and initiatives that address issues such as succession planning, superior workforce development, key employee retention and organisation design within the business to ensure that the business has the capability to deliver current and future business objectivesSupport the business to effectively manage the impact of transformational change through utilising change processes and developing mitigation strategies to ensure limited industrial impact and maintain business continuityImplement strategies and programs to resolve identified significant current and future people capability issues within the business and to ensure that the risk is mitigated and the business achieves its objectivesIdentify, monitor and evaluate people issues to ensure that emerging risks and threats are identified and mitigation, minimisation and/or elimination strategies are developed and implementedBuild and maintain effective relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to gain/maintain specialist and business knowledge and keep up with best practice to ensure ability to effectively influence and win respect of key business stakeholdersProvide routine and ad-hoc reports and advice to key stakeholders to ensure informed business decisions are made regarding planning and resource allocationBalance the competing needs and expectations of stakeholders, given the range of different stakeholder perspectivesKeeping up to date with the range, pace and complexity of information and knowledge required to deliver quality serviceIf this role sounds like you please apply now or call Sarah Robinson in business hours on 0403 756 053.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.
        NSW Government Department require an accomplished People Partner for an initial 3 month period. Reporting to the Senior Manager People Partners this role will see you work remotely a majority of the time with a high level of autonomy.Key AccountabilitiesProvide business with strategic and tactical advice, support and solutions on people matters to ensure organisational capability and leadership capability is builtPartner with Organisational Effectiveness colleagues to develop and implement strategies and plans to develop and grow people capability and manage the associated change to ensure the organisation achieves its current and future business objectivesImplement strategies and initiatives that address issues such as succession planning, superior workforce development, key employee retention and organisation design within the business to ensure that the business has the capability to deliver current and future business objectivesSupport the business to effectively manage the impact of transformational change through utilising change processes and developing mitigation strategies to ensure limited industrial impact and maintain business continuityImplement strategies and programs to resolve identified significant current and future people capability issues within the business and to ensure that the risk is mitigated and the business achieves its objectivesIdentify, monitor and evaluate people issues to ensure that emerging risks and threats are identified and mitigation, minimisation and/or elimination strategies are developed and implementedBuild and maintain effective relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to gain/maintain specialist and business knowledge and keep up with best practice to ensure ability to effectively influence and win respect of key business stakeholdersProvide routine and ad-hoc reports and advice to key stakeholders to ensure informed business decisions are made regarding planning and resource allocationBalance the competing needs and expectations of stakeholders, given the range of different stakeholder perspectivesKeeping up to date with the range, pace and complexity of information and knowledge required to deliver quality serviceIf this role sounds like you please apply now or call Sarah Robinson in business hours on 0403 756 053.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
        • temporary
        • AU$40.00 - AU$48.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Our client:We are recruiting for an experienced HR administrator for a fast paced role within Local Government. This exciting opportunity allows you to gain experience in working in a local government environment, providing support to the manager in Organisational Development within the People and Culture team. Key responsibilitiesPrepare and place job advertisements on the internet, intranet and print media.Prepare contrasts and other documentation for new and existing staff.Coordinate and arrange the bimonthly Corporate Induction Day.Assist the Organisational Development Advisor at Beverley in their absence.Update the HR and Payroll database, and organisational charts to reflect details of staffing changes.Assist Managers and Team Leaders through participation on selection panels and with the administration of Position Descriptions.Initiate TRIM action procedures for Personal Development Agreements, Probation Assessments, Establishment Reports and Termination Checklists.Prepare Fixed Term Contract reports for the Enterprise Consultative Committee (ECC) and Agency Staff Reports for the AMS Consultative Committee.Arrange training as required and maintain the internal training database.Follow defined occupational health and safety legislation, policies and procedures related to the work being undertaken in order to ensure own safety and that of others in the workplace.What you possess:Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Ability to work effectively in a professional environment.Highly developed customer service skills.Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.Ability to undertake basic research.Demonstrated understanding and enthusiasm for the direction of the City and the Organisation.What you will need to succeed:Experience in the administration of Human Resources processes is highly desirable.Experience in working within a confidential environment is desirable.No tertiary qualifications are required.How to apply: If you are interested in this position, please apply using the link. Alternatively, you may send your CV to sofia.sy@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.
        Our client:We are recruiting for an experienced HR administrator for a fast paced role within Local Government. This exciting opportunity allows you to gain experience in working in a local government environment, providing support to the manager in Organisational Development within the People and Culture team. Key responsibilitiesPrepare and place job advertisements on the internet, intranet and print media.Prepare contrasts and other documentation for new and existing staff.Coordinate and arrange the bimonthly Corporate Induction Day.Assist the Organisational Development Advisor at Beverley in their absence.Update the HR and Payroll database, and organisational charts to reflect details of staffing changes.Assist Managers and Team Leaders through participation on selection panels and with the administration of Position Descriptions.Initiate TRIM action procedures for Personal Development Agreements, Probation Assessments, Establishment Reports and Termination Checklists.Prepare Fixed Term Contract reports for the Enterprise Consultative Committee (ECC) and Agency Staff Reports for the AMS Consultative Committee.Arrange training as required and maintain the internal training database.Follow defined occupational health and safety legislation, policies and procedures related to the work being undertaken in order to ensure own safety and that of others in the workplace.What you possess:Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Ability to work effectively in a professional environment.Highly developed customer service skills.Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.Ability to undertake basic research.Demonstrated understanding and enthusiasm for the direction of the City and the Organisation.What you will need to succeed:Experience in the administration of Human Resources processes is highly desirable.Experience in working within a confidential environment is desirable.No tertiary qualifications are required.How to apply: If you are interested in this position, please apply using the link. Alternatively, you may send your CV to sofia.sy@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.
        • adelaide, south australia
        • temporary
        • AU$40.00 - AU$48.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Our client:We are recruiting for an experienced HR administrator for a fast paced role within Local Government. This exciting opportunity allows you to gain experience in working in a local government environment, providing support to the manager in Organisational Development within the People and Culture team. Key responsibilitiesPrepare and place job advertisements on the internet, intranet and print media.Prepare contrasts and other documentation for new and existing staff.Coordinate and arrange the bimonthly Corporate Induction Day.Assist the Organisational Development Advisor at Beverley in their absence.Update the HR and Payroll database, and organisational charts to reflect details of staffing changes.Assist Managers and Team Leaders through participation on selection panels and with the administration of Position Descriptions.Initiate TRIM action procedures for Personal Development Agreements, Probation Assessments, Establishment Reports and Termination Checklists.Prepare Fixed Term Contract reports for the Enterprise Consultative Committee (ECC) and Agency Staff Reports for the AMS Consultative Committee.Arrange training as required and maintain the internal training database.Follow defined occupational health and safety legislation, policies and procedures related to the work being undertaken in order to ensure own safety and that of others in the workplace.What you possess:Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Ability to work effectively in a professional environment.Highly developed customer service skills.Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.Ability to undertake basic research.Demonstrated understanding and enthusiasm for the direction of the City and the Organisation.What you will need to succeed:Experience in the administration of Human Resources processes is highly desirable.Experience in working within a confidential environment is desirable.No tertiary qualifications are required.How to apply: If you are interested in this position, please apply using the link. Alternatively, you may send your CV to sofia.sy@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.
        Our client:We are recruiting for an experienced HR administrator for a fast paced role within Local Government. This exciting opportunity allows you to gain experience in working in a local government environment, providing support to the manager in Organisational Development within the People and Culture team. Key responsibilitiesPrepare and place job advertisements on the internet, intranet and print media.Prepare contrasts and other documentation for new and existing staff.Coordinate and arrange the bimonthly Corporate Induction Day.Assist the Organisational Development Advisor at Beverley in their absence.Update the HR and Payroll database, and organisational charts to reflect details of staffing changes.Assist Managers and Team Leaders through participation on selection panels and with the administration of Position Descriptions.Initiate TRIM action procedures for Personal Development Agreements, Probation Assessments, Establishment Reports and Termination Checklists.Prepare Fixed Term Contract reports for the Enterprise Consultative Committee (ECC) and Agency Staff Reports for the AMS Consultative Committee.Arrange training as required and maintain the internal training database.Follow defined occupational health and safety legislation, policies and procedures related to the work being undertaken in order to ensure own safety and that of others in the workplace.What you possess:Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Ability to work effectively in a professional environment.Highly developed customer service skills.Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.Ability to undertake basic research.Demonstrated understanding and enthusiasm for the direction of the City and the Organisation.What you will need to succeed:Experience in the administration of Human Resources processes is highly desirable.Experience in working within a confidential environment is desirable.No tertiary qualifications are required.How to apply: If you are interested in this position, please apply using the link. Alternatively, you may send your CV to sofia.sy@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.

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