Human Resources Coordinator

This Australian-owned consumer goods company is committed to crafting "wellness" products that enhance people's health and happiness, positively impacting their lives.

  • P&C Coordinator
  • Permanent full time
  • Circa $90,000 including super
  • Richmond/Hybrid

Their mission extends beyond building brands; they prioritise upholding strong values, believing that they are as crucial as their products. Known for their exceptional culture, this company ensures that their written values translate into everyday practices. Embracing sustainability as a core principle, joining this company means becoming part of a community that deeply values its employees, the environment, and the broader community.

Is this your perfect match?

Having doubled their headcount due to a recent acquisition, things are buzzing with change, making it the perfect time for their next star P&C Coordinator to join their team. If you’re up for a dynamic role and want to be part of a company that’s all about valuing its people, caring for the environment, and making a positive impact on society, then this role is calling your name!

What you’ll be doing:

  • Recruitment: Posting job ads, shortlisting resumes, phone screening.
  • Induction and onboarding: Drafting contracts, coordinating induction and onboarding, and updating induction manuals.
  • Offboarding administration: Coordinating the return of equipment, conducting exit surveys via Culture Amp, and reporting data.
  • General administrative support: Drafting letters, and refreshing position descriptions.
  • HR projects: HRIS and payroll implementation, policy development, and culture initiatives.
  • Supporting internal employee engagement events.
  • Fire warden & first aid training management.

About you

  • Strong people skills: vibrant, approachable, positive, and an effective listener.
  • Excellent time management skills, multi-tasking between responsibilities, systems, procedures and priorities with the ability to pivot when needed.
  • You’ll be process-driven with a focus on continuous improvement.
  • Ability to learn quickly, be flexible and able to adapt to change.
  • Ability to work autonomously, as a team member and provide wider team support.
  • Self-driven with a sound demonstration of initiative and desire to exceed expectations.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and can make effective decisions quickly.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the proven ability to build and maintain relationships cross-functionally.
  • Strong ability to solve problems and maintain attention to detail.

Job ID: 1211102

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HR Administrator

This globally recognised not-for-profit within the performing arts scene has been captivating audiences for over 60 years.

  • HR Administrator
  • Permanent full time
  • $70,000 base + super
  • Southbank / Hybrid

Featuring Australia’s most talented performers, the company tours extensively each year and has garnered acclaim both domestically and internationally.

Is this your perfect match?

Due to an internal promotion, this organisation is now seeking its next star HR Administrator. The HR Administrator will have key responsibilities across all areas of HR, with a particular focus on contracting, employee onboarding, payroll entry, recruitment support and other generalist HR activities. This role offers an exciting opportunity for an individual who thrives in fast-paced environments looking to break into the Human Resources sector.

What you’ll be doing:

  • Contract Administration: Handle high-volume contract requests and ensure compliance for new hires.
  • Onboarding Support: Manage new hires’ onboarding processes including induction and site tours.
  • Compliance Reporting: Generate regular reports on contract data, visas, leave balances, WWCC status, police checks and other compliance matters.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Stay updated with FW, EBA, and award changes and apply them to employment conditions.
  • Workers’ Compensation Administration: Manage administrative tasks related to workers’ compensation.
  • Payroll Processing: Ensure accurate and timely payroll processing on a fortnightly basis.
  • Administrative Support: Provide administrative assistance for compensation, contract renewals, and performance reviews.
  • Recruitment Support: Assisting with end-to-end recruitment, from advertising to offering positions.

About you

  • This role would suit someone wanting to break into the Human Resources sector.
  • Previous experience in an office environment and/or customer-facing role e.g. retail and hospitality is preferable.
  • Demonstrates resilience and adaptability, thriving in fast-paced work settings.
  • Embraces a collaborative “we” not “me” attitude, promoting teamwork and unity.
  • Exhibits excellent interpersonal abilities, skilled in building and maintaining relationships.

Must be willing to obtain an Employee Working with Children Check.

Job ID: 1218001

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P&C Business Partner

This ASX-listed oil & gas organisation is an international player headquartered in Melbourne.

• $160,000 package  
Southbank/Hybrid 
• Permanent full time 

This organisation is all about smart moves. They specialise in resource exploration, the development and production of crude oil, and have a growing investment in environmental technologies.  

They keep costs low and have set themselves up with strong financial backing. They’re on a mission to grow globally via mergers & acquisitions and are also diving into carbon sequestration and trading that makes a difference.  

Is this your perfect match?  

Due to exciting future growth plans, the organisation has created this new P&C Business Partner role to support its Australian headquarters. Reporting to the Head of Organisational Development, you’ll be tasked with being a truly strategic partner to the wider team. Your expertise in diagnosing challenges and providing clear guidance and solutions will be a key driver in the role. You will also be skilled in developing genuine relationships and supporting the commercial outcomes of the business.   

This organisation speaks data, so your ability to collate, prepare and speak to data points with senior leaders will be paramount to the success of this role.  

What you’ll be doing 

  • Building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders at all business levels
  • Support organisational development and change management initiatives across the business
  • Remain updated on best practice, employment law, and market trends and use this knowledge to advise accordingly 
  • Coaching and mentoring managers and employees to uplift capabilities across the business
  • Use data and statistics to identify areas of opportunity and create relevant programs in response to these findings
  • Ensure headcount budget is managed within the approved annual budget 
  • Ensure projects are fully scoped and aligned with stakeholders and delivered within agreed timeframes 

About you 

  • You are an expert communicator, with strong presentation skills
  • As a strategic and operational thinker – you will be focused on driving efficiencies and building credibility by proactively advising, guiding, and influencing senior stakeholders
  • Tertiary qualification in HR or related field
  • Have demonstrated experience working in international organisations with complex matrix reporting structures
  • Have a proven ability to develop and implement HR policies and procedures to ensure compliance and provide effective support to the business

Job ID: 1205497

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HR Business Partner

Our client is a leading financial services organisation that is experiencing significant transformation and growth.

  • HR Business Partner (ER focus)
  • Permanent Full Time
  • Circa $180K – $200K inc. super

The HR function is led by a truly people focused Chief People Officer who enables their team to achieve their full potential. This is a unique role supporting a designated client group in upskilling the ER capability of their leaders, as well as more junior team members within the Business Partnering team.

What You’ll Do

  • You’ll build effective relationships. You’ll focus on building great relationships with people leaders to understand their strategic business objectives, talent agenda, challenges and opportunities for development.
  • Partner with people managers. You’ll coach and consult to a specific client group on all things people-related including talent management, employee capability and succession planning.
  • Support with navigating ambiguity. You’ll bring your well-honed commercial acumen so that when you take a seat at the table, you’re providing guidance around more than just people matters.
  • Utilise your analytical skills. By leveraging people metrics, survey data and other insights you’ll help drive a greater focus on key metrics like employee engagement and attrition to ensure retention objectives are met.

Your background

  • You’ll have a well-rounded generalist skillset. You’ll have experience in culture and engagement, organisational design and leadership and capability development.
  • You will bring expertise in industrial and employee relations. You will be comfortable taking part in leading the negotiating of enterprise agreements.
  • You’ll have experience working within a sophisticated people function. The organisation is continuing to evolve and enhance its people function and want to lean on people that have worked in best practice environments
  • You’re a collaborator and can influence. You will be able to influence, and coach leaders and have experience developing and leading organisational change initiatives.
  • You’re adaptable and comfortable with ambiguity. You’ll be able to manage competing priorities and pivot based on the organisation’s changing needs.
  • You’re a creative problem-solver. You are curious about people and organisational issues that help you drive creative solutions.

Benefits on offer

  • 12 days carers leave per year
  • Gender affirmation leave – 4 weeks paid + 48 weeks unpaid leave
  • 20 weeks of paid parental leave
  • Menstrual and menopause leave
  • Additional paid leave over the end-of-year closure
  • Health & Wellbeing allowance

Job ID: 1189478

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Employee Relations Manager

This Australian-founded global retail giant, with over 700 stores across 30 countries, is searching for their next Employee Relations Manager.

  • Employee Relations Manager
  • Permanent Full Time
  • Inner East Melbourne on-site
  • $150k – $160k package

With impressive year on year growth and a newly appointed Global Head of People, this organisation is making huge waves in the retail space.

About the role

The organisation has one EBA that they are undergoing negotiations for in 2026. The Employee Relations Manager is responsible for both preparing for and leading the EBA negotiations, as well as preparing communications. Day to day, the ER Manager is the subject matter expert and final escalation point on all employee relations cases and will represent the organisation at Fair Work.

What you’ll be doing

  • Preparing for and leading enterprise agreement negotiations with the union E2E
  • Developing and implementing an employee relations strategy across national & APAC markets
  • Acting as a subject matter expert and working with internal and external stakeholders towards best practice employee relations practice and solutions
  • Providing advice to internal stakeholders on policies, compliance and emerging ER trends
  • Acting as the escalation point on all complex ER matters including case management, terminations & performance management
  • Coaching and supporting the People & Talent team and management stakeholders to achieve pragmatic employee relations solutions, including by way of proactive learning and development.
  • Managing workplace litigation matters, including liaising with external advisors, collating information and preparing necessary documents
  • Mitigating business risk by keeping abreast of regulatory requirements and ensuring compliance in markets the business operates, with a specific focus on the APAC region.
  • Identifying ongoing opportunities to support the organisation in delivering superior employee relations outcomes

About you

  • Passionate about continuous improvement from an ER perspective
  • Extensive experience in leading enterprise bargaining conversations
  • In-depth knowledge of employment laws, regulations, and industry best practices
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive information with discretion
  • Excellent problem-solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Proactive approach to identifying and addressing potential employee relations issues

Job ID: 1201314

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HR Coordinator

This US-owned global supply chain & logistics organisation has provided innovative, market-leading solutions to food temperature control across all markets for over 15 years.

  • HR Coordinator
  • Permanent Full-Time Role
  • Circa $80,000 including super
  • Laverton/ Hybrid

With significant profit margins and 27,000 employees worldwide across the US, EMEA & APAC, one thing is certain – there are unrivalled growth & development opportunities once you join their journey.

Is this your perfect match?

The HR Coordinator role has key accountabilities across all areas of HR including systems/ analytics, TA, L&D & supporting the Business Partners. This role presents an exciting opportunity for someone eager to embark on a fulfilling HR career within a highly collaborative environment, gaining development from an incredible leader (HR Director) and mentor (HRIS Systems Specialist).

If you have a thirst for knowledge & love working in a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same, keep reading!

What you’ll be doing:

  • Executing HR tasks for the HR team nationally, e.g. employee variation letters, contract drafting etc. and collaborating with payroll as required
  • Managing HR data and employee files, including updating HRIS (Workday) and filing correspondence
  • Upskilling leaders across the organisation on utilising Workday
  • Onboarding new starters including organising contracts, starter packs, and induction schedules
  • Assisting the TA team in resourcing activities, e.g. workforce planning, advertising, shortlisting and reference checking
  • Completing end-of-month reports
  • Processing invoices and subscriptions, as well as acting as the initial point of contact on all HR queries
  • Interpreting EA’s and Awards at a basic level (with support)

About you

  • High emotional intelligence
  • Ability to manage competing priorities with strict deadlines
  • Intermediate Microsoft Office suite skills
  • Proactive, organised and a self-starter
  • Ability to self-motivate and self-manage
  • Strong interpersonal and rapport-building skills
  • Basic understanding of Australian workplace legislation

Job ID: 1203307

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HR Business Partner

Due to significant growth & future growth plans, our client has created a new HR Business Partner role to support the Australian arm of the business.

• $144,000 – $155,000 package 
• Melbourne CBD/Hybrid 
• Permanent full time

Founded 8 years ago, this Denmark-owned global renewable energy organisation has achieved significant growth globally and now nationally, to accelerate the green transition. Committed to shaping a brighter and more sustainable future, this organisation takes pride in being a workforce who are united by their passion for innovation and sustainability through challenging the view of what is possible.

Is this your perfect match?  

Reporting to the HR Manager you’ll be drawing upon your expertise in the full employee lifecycle, uplifting the P&C capabilities through contributing to some exciting projects and supporting the recruitment needs of the organisation.  

Working with a highly collaborative HR Manager, you’ll have the autonomy to take the reins in the areas that ignite your enthusiasm. Enthusiastic about Learning and Development? That realm is yours to champion. Intrigued by Organisational Development? Lead the charge! This role presents a canvas for your transformational touch. You’ll also have a passion for continuous improvement & all things People & Culture.

What you’ll be doing: 
• Building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders at all business levels 
• Proactively partner with leaders and department heads to provide expert guidance on people matters and strategies 
• Manage ER matters through to conclusion 
• Help refine the organisation’s people frameworks and reward programs 
• Use data and statistics to identify areas of opportunity and create relevant programs in response to these findings 
• Manage documentation and administrative tasks with accuracy and confidentiality 
• Support recruitment efforts and strategies 
• Uplifting capabilities throughout the organisation, including coaching and partnering with different areas of the business 

About you 
• You are committed to shaping the organisation’s long-term people plans 
• You are a skilled multitasker who can handle multiple operational activities simultaneously and keep on top of project work 
• As a strategic and operational thinker – you will be focused on driving efficiencies and building credibility by proactively advising, guiding, and influencing senior stakeholders 
• Tertiary qualification in HR or related field 
• You have excellent relationship-building skills combined with a commercial focus 

Job ID: 1201464

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Head of People & Culture

With a commitment to client satisfaction and employee wellbeing, this firm prioritises both professional growth and personal development.

  • Forward thinking organisation
  • Boutique firm
  • $180K package

As the firm continues to invest in its people, they seek an experienced individual to lead its People & Culture team with a strong focus on learning and professional development.

The Opportunity: 
As the Head of People & Culture, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the firm’s culture, driving employee engagement, and supporting the professional development of their team members. Leading a small team you’ll spearhead the development and implementation of people programs and initiatives supporting the firm’s operational requirements and strategic goals.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement strategies to attract, recruit, and retain top talent within the legal profession
  • Lead performance management processes, providing guidance and support to managers and employees to facilitate ongoing feedback and development opportunities.
  • Oversee the development and implementation of comprehensive training and development programs to enhance employee skills, competencies, and career progression.
  • Drive initiatives to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion, ensuring that learning and development opportunities are accessible and inclusive for all employees.
  • Collaborate with senior leadership to develop and execute HR policies and procedures that support a culture of continuous learning and professional development.
  • Manage employee relations, including conflict resolution, disciplinary actions, and grievances, with a focus on promoting a positive and supportive work environment conducive to learning and growth.
  • Lead compensation and benefits programs, ensuring that rewards and recognition mechanisms are aligned with employee development and performance goals.
  • Stay abreast of industry trends and best practices in HR and learning and development, implementing innovative solutions to enhance the employee experience and drive organisational success.

About you:

  • Relevant qualifications in HR and/or significant depth of experience;
  • Comfortable operating in a ‘hands on’ role;
  • Strategic thinker with the ability to translate vision into actionable plans.
  • Sound knowledge of relevant employment legislation;
  • Commercial acumen;
  • Proven background in professional services;
  • Ability to work as part of a team and contribute to the achievement of a common goal;
  • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills, with the ability to influence and collaborate effectively at all levels of the organisation.
  • Exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written.

Job ID: 1199653

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HR Business Partner (12 month FTC)

This local supply chain and warehousing company is in the medical supplies industry and making its mark as a new key player.

  • 12 month fixed term contract
  • $160K package + salary packaging
  • Derrimuit/ CBD/ WFH

The Organisation
This role presents a thrilling opportunity for skill development in a brownfields environment, with the chance to work alongside a diverse team and be mentored by a highly regarded leader in the industry. The organisation currently manages a workforce of circa 300 employees across Melbourne, VIC.

Is this your perfect match?
In this role you’ll work closely with your business unit across your dedicated site with onboarding of new staff. You’ll be given exposure to both the operational heart of the business in addition to senior functional areas driving the strategy and direction of the business. Naturally inquisitive, you will enjoy looking for ways to improve outcomes and provide support to your business unit, alongside the broader HR team. You’ll be looking for opportunities to improve processes and systems as the business continues to grow.

Additionally, your skillset will include:

  • Relevant experience as a Business Partner within a national or global company
  • Solid background and previous experience in relevant ER/IR disciplines gained by building and maintaining professional working relationships with Unions
  • Demonstrated knowledge across the suite of human resource disciplines including organisational development, employment law, performance, and talent management
  • Superior written communication and presentation skills with the ability to structure, engage and present information clearly to a variety of stakeholders at all levels of the organisation

About you

  • Tertiary qualifications in business/HR or related discipline
  • 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
  • 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 stakeholders
  • Ability to demonstrate sound judgment and discretion at all times

Job ID: 1184146

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Human Resources Manager

We are proud to partner with this well-regarded independent medical research institute based in Melbourne CBD.

  • Permanent Full Time
  • Melbourne CBD/WFH
  • $165,000 inc. super + salary packaging up to $15,900

Is this your perfect match?
Working to advance the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of eye diseases in collaboration with other organisations worldwide, this independent research institute has dedicated itself to furthering the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of eye diseases. The organisation’s needs are varied and complex, and the role promises change transformation, coaching & leading.  Having a clear vision of the future, the company seeks to appoint an HR Manager who will help modernise its people practices, enabling the organisation to focus on its most critical tasks for the future.

The Role
Reporting to the COO, you will be coaching the executive team & providing advice to senior stakeholders across the business around employment matters & workforce planning. Due to two new sites being built, you will be partnering closely with the business around these changes for both present future needs. You will be building out a new team underneath you during this period also.


About you
You’re a highly motivated, experienced, and influential HR professional who enjoys working in complex and diverse settings and can easily navigate challenging situations. You will have the opportunity to work alongside some of the sharpest minds in the world who are focused on a singular purpose and making positive impact. You enjoy change transformation, coaching & mentoring.

Job ID: 1177984

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