In this role, you’ll work closely with your business unit located on one of the available sites in Victoria. You'll be exposed to both the operational heart of the business and senior functional areas driving the strategy and direction of the company. 

This client is a nationally recognised services provider seeking a Senior HR Advisor to join their broader HR team. Nationally, they look after over 50,000 employees across Australia and New Zealand. They are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce and offer various career opportunities for their employees with different backgrounds and expertise.

  • $120K-$140K package, permanent
  • Multiple locations
  • Nationally recognised services provider


  • Providing effective operational P&C advice and support to leaders on issues including policy interpretation, building talent pipelines and capability.
  • Engage with the business by contributing as part of a team to develop the operational P&C solutions.
  • Work closely with front-line leaders and senior managers to coach them to build a strong culture that aligns with the business’ values.
  • Pop on your high-vis vest to step onsite to ensure you’re keeping in touch with your leaders and employees, building critical relationships to develop and drive employee engagement.
  • Conduct workplace investigations, including conducting interviews, writing reports and implementing recommended outcomes.
  • Support operational management with the implementation, interpretation (and negotiation support) of EA/industrial instruments.
  • Responsible for providing advice and support on IR matters (performance management, workplace investigations, employee/company initiated separations, employee welfare, fitness for work, ABCC compliance, Fair Work and State Regulatory Bodies).
  • Lead and execute the annual talent identification and succession planning process with your site leaders.
  • Assist with restructures and change management when required.


  • Tertiary qualifications in business/HR/IR or related discipline.
  • Previous experience within a unionised environment is essential.
  • Demonstrated ability to plan and manage workloads and work autonomously so that timely and effective results are achieved.
  • Knowledge of HR policies, systems, and processes
  • High energy and drive, someone who can rally the troops and create a cohesive team.
  • Up to date knowledge of employment legislation and regulations, Enterprise Agreements and Awards, or the ability to gain knowledge quickly.
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively with various groups of people.
  • Ability to demonstrate sound judgment and discretion at all times.
  • Proven solid attention to detail.

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Job Category: HR
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Melbourne
Salary: $120k $140k
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