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      • se suburbs melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$90,000 - AU$115,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      Our client is responsive and innovative in waste management services in Melbourne and is responsible for shaping liveable cities by delivering the full scope of civil infrastructure, open space and environmental services to government and private enterprises. Our client is looking for an experienced HR Business Partner to join their team on a 3 month fixed term contract on either a full-time or part-time basis. About the RoleThe HR Business Partner primary purpose is to partner with the business to provide advice and support to all levels of management in relation to all aspects of the employment cycle. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to;Lead by example and ensure that all work is carried out safely, and proactively work to ensure the workplace has a strong culture of Safety. Provide leadership and support to management on all aspects of the employee relations cycle particularly industrial relations and employee relations matters.Assist in the development and implementation of best practice Human Resources strategies, policies, programs and procedures. Represent the organisation where required in negotiations with unions and employees. This may also include EA negotiations and attendance at FWC.Support managers with individual employee issues. These may include but are not limited to performance management issues, development discussions, counselling of employees, dealing with employee grievances. Assist managers in assessing employee capability and work with the Organisational Development to put programs in place to close skill gaps.About you You have a proactive and organised approach and a high level of integrity with the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality to:Must have strong blue collar experience working within a similar field of industrial/ manufacturing.Must be willing to travel to South/East depot as well as office located in North Melbourne.Ability to build robust, supportive and enduring relationships across the organisation.Understanding of Australian legislation including Fair Work and relevant awards.An ability to embody a leader figure to successfully represent the organisation when required.An individual who is able to personify resilience and strength in a leadership role.Able to take accountability and hold self and others accountable to meet commitments.Ability to build strong relationships and deliver business centric solutions.Must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident This opportunity is available for an immediate start with the flexibility to work from home and the office located in Melbourne’s S/E Suburbs. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Jacqueline for a confidential discussion on (03) 7065 4023 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.com.au At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is responsive and innovative in waste management services in Melbourne and is responsible for shaping liveable cities by delivering the full scope of civil infrastructure, open space and environmental services to government and private enterprises. Our client is looking for an experienced HR Business Partner to join their team on a 3 month fixed term contract on either a full-time or part-time basis. About the RoleThe HR Business Partner primary purpose is to partner with the business to provide advice and support to all levels of management in relation to all aspects of the employment cycle. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to;Lead by example and ensure that all work is carried out safely, and proactively work to ensure the workplace has a strong culture of Safety. Provide leadership and support to management on all aspects of the employee relations cycle particularly industrial relations and employee relations matters.Assist in the development and implementation of best practice Human Resources strategies, policies, programs and procedures. Represent the organisation where required in negotiations with unions and employees. This may also include EA negotiations and attendance at FWC.Support managers with individual employee issues. These may include but are not limited to performance management issues, development discussions, counselling of employees, dealing with employee grievances. Assist managers in assessing employee capability and work with the Organisational Development to put programs in place to close skill gaps.About you You have a proactive and organised approach and a high level of integrity with the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality to:Must have strong blue collar experience working within a similar field of industrial/ manufacturing.Must be willing to travel to South/East depot as well as office located in North Melbourne.Ability to build robust, supportive and enduring relationships across the organisation.Understanding of Australian legislation including Fair Work and relevant awards.An ability to embody a leader figure to successfully represent the organisation when required.An individual who is able to personify resilience and strength in a leadership role.Able to take accountability and hold self and others accountable to meet commitments.Ability to build strong relationships and deliver business centric solutions.Must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident This opportunity is available for an immediate start with the flexibility to work from home and the office located in Melbourne’s S/E Suburbs. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Jacqueline for a confidential discussion on (03) 7065 4023 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.
      • se suburbs melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$70,000 - AU$70,000, per year, superannuation
      • part-time
      Our client is a global leader within the rental of power generator and temperature control solutions throughout various locations around the world and has recently been awarded the Hire Industry Excellence Award. Our client is looking for an L&D Coordinator to join their team on a part-time, 12 month FTC. The role will provide support across Australia, Asia, New Zealand and the Pacific based out of their head office located in Melbourne's South Eastern Suburbs About the RoleThe L&D Coordinator will be crucial as they roll out a range of new training programs and systems across the business to further develop their staff. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to;Supports the delivery of the Learning & Development Strategic Priorities, including tracking and reporting on status of Learning & Development initiativesFirst point of contact for all Learning Management System enquiries, including course creation and registrations, reporting and other administrative tasksCoordinates logistics of classroom training, including venue, materials, joining instructions, instructors, equipment etc.Facilitates alternative learning solutions including virtual learning via TeamsManages internal processes to ensure that employees are adequately trained and regularly re-trained in safety critical and compliance issues, in line with legislation.Identifies appropriate external providers to support provision of required learning and development interventions. Manages / negotiates vendor relationships for day to day activities. Includes PO process management.Supporting apprentices within the business and liaising directly with them and their training institutionAbout you You have a proactive and organised approach and a high level of integrity with the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality to:Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, across a range of stakeholdersDemonstrated experience in supporting employees with their learning & developmentProficient in all MS Office suite, with the experience in or ability to learn organisational specific technology and/or platforms;Experience as an admin-user with a Learning Management System and preferably as an admin-user with a Competency Management SystemStrong attention to detail when developing documents, learning materials, presentations, reports and graphicsDesire and passion to assist in facilitation when requiredProvide support and assistance with Local and Global Facilitators in preparation of trainingMust be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident This opportunity is available for an immediate start with the flexibility to work from the office located in Melbourne’s S/E Suburbs. Applications are also welcome from interstate candidates.Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Mikhaila for a confidential discussion on 03 8621 5700 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.com.auAt HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is a global leader within the rental of power generator and temperature control solutions throughout various locations around the world and has recently been awarded the Hire Industry Excellence Award. Our client is looking for an L&D Coordinator to join their team on a part-time, 12 month FTC. The role will provide support across Australia, Asia, New Zealand and the Pacific based out of their head office located in Melbourne's South Eastern Suburbs About the RoleThe L&D Coordinator will be crucial as they roll out a range of new training programs and systems across the business to further develop their staff. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to;Supports the delivery of the Learning & Development Strategic Priorities, including tracking and reporting on status of Learning & Development initiativesFirst point of contact for all Learning Management System enquiries, including course creation and registrations, reporting and other administrative tasksCoordinates logistics of classroom training, including venue, materials, joining instructions, instructors, equipment etc.Facilitates alternative learning solutions including virtual learning via TeamsManages internal processes to ensure that employees are adequately trained and regularly re-trained in safety critical and compliance issues, in line with legislation.Identifies appropriate external providers to support provision of required learning and development interventions. Manages / negotiates vendor relationships for day to day activities. Includes PO process management.Supporting apprentices within the business and liaising directly with them and their training institutionAbout you You have a proactive and organised approach and a high level of integrity with the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality to:Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, across a range of stakeholdersDemonstrated experience in supporting employees with their learning & developmentProficient in all MS Office suite, with the experience in or ability to learn organisational specific technology and/or platforms;Experience as an admin-user with a Learning Management System and preferably as an admin-user with a Competency Management SystemStrong attention to detail when developing documents, learning materials, presentations, reports and graphicsDesire and passion to assist in facilitation when requiredProvide support and assistance with Local and Global Facilitators in preparation of trainingMust be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident This opportunity is available for an immediate start with the flexibility to work from the office located in Melbourne’s S/E Suburbs. Applications are also welcome from interstate candidates.Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Mikhaila for a confidential discussion on 03 8621 5700 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.com.auAt HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • se suburbs melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000, per year, Super
      • full-time
      A wonderful opportunity has presented itself to join our client located South East of Melbourne. They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic HR and Talent professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support, talent acquisition, guidance & partnership to the executive and client group. You will consider yourself smart, savvy, commercial and an experienced HR professional.Partnering closely with the People & Culture Manager and being part of a small team, you will work with the business to deliver a range of HR activities across the full employee lifecycle. You will be responsible for the end to end implementation of talent acquisition, delivering on key projects as well as the day to day HR operations for the business.Key areas of responsibility include:Human Resources - Working closely with all stakeholders to deliver sound HR expertise, and support processes, structures and capabilities to align to the organisational needs and objectives. Recruitment and selection - Manage the successful implementation of recruitment and recruitment campaigns, selection and interview processes, onboarding and orientation, as well as HR employment lifecycle processes.End to end recruitment process including selecting appropriate go to market strategies, attraction, hiring, onboarding and workforce planning. Organisational Development and Workforce development strategiesHR Administration and reportingThe successful candidate will have outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. You will be degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources or equivalent. Sound exciting? Click on the "Apply Now" button! At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      A wonderful opportunity has presented itself to join our client located South East of Melbourne. They are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic HR and Talent professional to partner with the business to provide exceptional generalist HR support, talent acquisition, guidance & partnership to the executive and client group. You will consider yourself smart, savvy, commercial and an experienced HR professional.Partnering closely with the People & Culture Manager and being part of a small team, you will work with the business to deliver a range of HR activities across the full employee lifecycle. You will be responsible for the end to end implementation of talent acquisition, delivering on key projects as well as the day to day HR operations for the business.Key areas of responsibility include:Human Resources - Working closely with all stakeholders to deliver sound HR expertise, and support processes, structures and capabilities to align to the organisational needs and objectives. Recruitment and selection - Manage the successful implementation of recruitment and recruitment campaigns, selection and interview processes, onboarding and orientation, as well as HR employment lifecycle processes.End to end recruitment process including selecting appropriate go to market strategies, attraction, hiring, onboarding and workforce planning. Organisational Development and Workforce development strategiesHR Administration and reportingThe successful candidate will have outstanding relationship building, coaching and influencing skills. You will also have a solutions-focused approach and deal with issues and change in a proactive, positive and dynamic way. You will be degree qualified in Business and/or Human Resources or equivalent. Sound exciting? Click on the "Apply Now" button! At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • se suburbs melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$70,000 - AU$80,000 per year
      • full-time
      HRIS Administrator Our client delivers long-term tailored solutions, powered by expert team members, cutting edge systems and innovative products within the technical and IT industry. Our client is seeking a HRIS Administrator to join their team on a full-time permanent opportunity. This role aims to provide guidance to the business on WFM systems and to ensure the accuracy that is being entered into the HRIS system. About the RoleAs a part of the HR team, the HRIS administrator will partner with the workforce planning and systems manager to coordinate with internal and external stakeholders to modify, improve and transform system configuration. Key accountabilities include, but are not limited to;Coordinate and provide technical and operational support in the HRIS systemInvestigate and provide reports and solutions on technical issues and support various projects within the businessMaintaining accurate employee records within the HRIS systemWork alongside the workforce planning and systems manager to improve processes and increase efficiency in the HRIS system Ensure implementation and management of required HSE policies, procedures and behavioursDevelop and deliver business improvement solutionsAbout you You have a proactive and organised approach and a high level of integrity with the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality to:Able to develop and deliver communications to convey understanding to various audiencesAbility to build strong customer relationships and deliver customer centric solutionsAn individual who is able to cultivate innovation, learn innovative methods, tools and technologies and apply them to work tasksAble to take accountability and hold self and others accountable to meet commitments Ability to interpret and apply understanding of key business and financial indicators to make better business decisionsMust have a minimum of 2 years professional IT or HRIS experienceMust be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident This opportunity is available for an immediate start with the flexibility to work from the office located in Melbourne’s South Eastern suburbs. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Mikhaila of Jacqueline for a confidential discussion on 03 8621 5700 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.com.au At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      HRIS Administrator Our client delivers long-term tailored solutions, powered by expert team members, cutting edge systems and innovative products within the technical and IT industry. Our client is seeking a HRIS Administrator to join their team on a full-time permanent opportunity. This role aims to provide guidance to the business on WFM systems and to ensure the accuracy that is being entered into the HRIS system. About the RoleAs a part of the HR team, the HRIS administrator will partner with the workforce planning and systems manager to coordinate with internal and external stakeholders to modify, improve and transform system configuration. Key accountabilities include, but are not limited to;Coordinate and provide technical and operational support in the HRIS systemInvestigate and provide reports and solutions on technical issues and support various projects within the businessMaintaining accurate employee records within the HRIS systemWork alongside the workforce planning and systems manager to improve processes and increase efficiency in the HRIS system Ensure implementation and management of required HSE policies, procedures and behavioursDevelop and deliver business improvement solutionsAbout you You have a proactive and organised approach and a high level of integrity with the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality to:Able to develop and deliver communications to convey understanding to various audiencesAbility to build strong customer relationships and deliver customer centric solutionsAn individual who is able to cultivate innovation, learn innovative methods, tools and technologies and apply them to work tasksAble to take accountability and hold self and others accountable to meet commitments Ability to interpret and apply understanding of key business and financial indicators to make better business decisionsMust have a minimum of 2 years professional IT or HRIS experienceMust be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident This opportunity is available for an immediate start with the flexibility to work from the office located in Melbourne’s South Eastern suburbs. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Mikhaila of Jacqueline for a confidential discussion on 03 8621 5700 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.com.au At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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