HR Business Partner

Our client aims to create an Australian culture that supports people to live healthy, safe and satisfying lives, unaffected by drug and alcohol problems.

  • $120,000 inc. super + salary packaging up to $15,900
  • Melbourne CBD/Hybrid
  • Permanent full time

Celebrating more than 60 years of service to the community, this non-for-profit is Australia’s leading body committed to preventing alcohol and other drug problems in communities around the nation.

The foundation is led by a group of impressive executives with experience across drug research, neuropsychology, rehabilitation & community services.

Is this your perfect match?
Because of the nature of the work that this organisation does, they require a business partner who is as commercially focused as they are compassionate. You will work autonomously alongside the P&C Manager to implement the people elements of the 5-year business plan.

You will partner with 4 business units, the SLT, 7 State Managers and various other stakeholders to deliver retention strategies, uplift management capabilities, advise on employee relations matters, and deliver culture initiatives. You will also support stakeholders with recruitment, workforce planning, and work on company-wide continuous improvement projects.

What you’ll be doing

  • Building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders at all business levels
  • Providing advice and suggestions on the full employee lifecycle
  • Supporting the implementation & roll out of the new HRIS (ELMO)
  • Identifying opportunities for, and actively participating in continuous improvement projects across the organisation
  • Lead the WHS committee and take ownership of delivering appropriate initiatives in relation to staff wellbeing and safety
  • Coordinate end to end recruitment including negotiating offers, reviewing employee agreements and suggesting improvements to streamline the process.

About you

  • You are a self-starter and outstanding communicator, someone who is action-oriented and operationally driven to help implement changes
  • 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

Job ID: 1185360

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TA Consultant

This role will suit someone with a genuine track-record in placing top talent in the professional service industry.

  • Permanent Role
  • 120k – 130k package
  • Melbourne CBD/WFH

This is a TA role in a leading independent Australian law firm with practice areas that support clients in financial services, insurance, government, real estate, retail, and supply chain. Known for their cohesive and collaborative culture, they are a sought-after employer in the legal sector.

You will be responsible for end-to-end recruitment across the organisation and assisting with exciting projects in the firm’s pipeline.

What you’ll be doing:

  • Partner with internal stakeholders to understand upcoming role requirements to ensure timely talent sourcing
  • Provide a professional candidate experience on behalf of the firm
  • Have input in optimising the recruitment strategy and process
  • Support with Early Careers initiatives during peak periods
  • Prepare search strategies, including analysing supply trends and understanding candidate drivers
  • Apply proactive recruiting strategies
  • Consult with hiring managers to ensure timelines and objectives are updated in real time

You will need to bring to this role:

  • Extensive experience in end-to-end recruitment
  • Clear experience in legal and/or professional services experience
  • Strong strategic sourcing and pipeline management experience
  • Effective stakeholder management and influencing skills across all levels of an organisation
  • Ability to work as part of a team and independently on projects as required

You will be driven to achieve great things and be able to think both operationally and strategically to optimise the recruitment strategy.

We are searching for a confident talent acquisition professional with professional services experience who can take ownership of roles and create a seamless experience for candidates and hiring managers.

Job ID: 1180643

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Talent Acquisition Consultant

Join this leading independent Australian law firm with practice areas that support clients in financial services, insurance, government, real estate, retail, and supply chain as their new TA expert. 

  • Permanent Role   
  • 120k – 130k package 
  • Melbourne CBD/WFH 


Is this your perfect match?

This role will suit someone with a genuine track-record in placing top talent in the professional service industry. You will be responsible for end-to-end recruitment across the organisation and assisting with exciting projects in the firm’s pipeline. Our client is known for their cohesive and collaborative culture, they are a sought-after employer in the legal sector.

What you’ll be doing:  

  • Partner with internal stakeholders to understand upcoming role requirements to ensure timely talent sourcing  
  • Provide a professional candidate experience on behalf of the firm  
  • Have input in optimising the recruitment strategy and process 
  • Support with Early Careers initiatives during peak periods  
  • Prepare search strategies, including analysing supply trends and understanding candidate drivers 
  • Apply proactive recruiting strategies  
  • Consult with hiring managers to ensure timelines and objectives are updated in real-time  

What you’ll need:  

  • Extensive experience in end-to-end recruitment  
  • Clear experience in legal and/or professional services experience 
  • Strong strategic sourcing and pipeline management experience 
  • Effective stakeholder management and influencing skills across all levels of an organisation 
  • Ability to work as part of a team and independently on projects as required 

Your profile:  
We are searching for a confident talent acquisition professional with professional services experience who can take ownership of roles and create a seamless experience for candidates and hiring managers.  You will be driven to achieve great things and be able to think both operationally and strategically to optimise the recruitment strategy. 

Job ID: 1180643


HR Coordinator

This role would suit someone with 1-2 years HR experience already under their belt.

This is a genuinely fast paced environment, so if you’re looking to learn and keep busy, this is your role! As the HR Coordinator, you will support L&D, D&I, TA and wellbeing initiatives. 

  • $88,800 inc super  
  • Inner North/WFH  
  • Permanent  

What you’ll be doing:

  • Participate in end-to-end recruitment processes, including recruitment and selection processes, offers of employment. 
  • Coordinate inductions and off boarding activities 
  • Assist managers with performance management processes 
  • Provide Award and agreement interpretation 
  • Assist with the delivery of organisational development solutions and learning and development programs 
  • Co-ordinate relevant training in conjunction with the People and Culture team 
  • Assist with the development of system configurations and workflow processes for new HRIS system 
  • Coordinate and participate in all HRIS projects as required. 
  • Coordinate the development and implementation of HR projects 

You will need to bring to this role: 

  • Tertiary qualifications in HR or similar 
  • Minimum 12 months experience in HR or similar field 
  • Full Australian work rights  
  • Experience with HRIS systems and implementation management advantageous 
  • Exceptional organisation and time management skills 
  • Initiative and curiosity to learn and ask why 
  • Genuine interest in HR and career development 
  • A positive attitude and collaborative approach and a good sense of humour 


What’s on offer:
 

  • Collaborative and positive team culture 
  • Reward & Recognition Program 
  • Discounts on meals, entertainment & tickets 
  • Your chance to make a mark on new HR processes  
  • Genuine career development and training opportunities 
  • Free onsite parking 

Job ID: 1178139

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Senior P&C Advisor

Fast paced with ambitious growth plans, this national business is known for its incredible range of products.

With a recent engagement score above 90%, it’s safe to say this iconic Australian brand knows how to look after its people. In line with their continual focus on creating a great place to work, they are seeking a Senior P&C Advisor to join their team to cover a 12 month Parental Leave.

  • National iconic retail brand
  • $140,000 – $150,000 inc. super
  • 12 month FTC
  • Mulgrave/Hybrid

Is this your perfect match?

This role will primarily be responsible for providing effective advice and support to managers and team members on a range of general Human Resources matters such as policy, procedure & award interpretation matters.

You will be required to manage enquiries as they arise within a team of dedicated Senior P&C Advisors and Team Leaders. With plenty of scope for growth, your development will be fast tracked by a large, sophisticated people team over the 12 months.

What you’ll be doing:

  • Providing advisory guidance on HR related matters from the enquiry point through to resolution on anything at tier 2 level (approximately 20-30 cases at any given time)
  • Case management including conduct, grievances, performance management and complex cases
  • Advising around non-work related injuries/illness
  • Managing Employee and Industrial Relations matters
  • Working across projects related to Health & Wellbeing and Training & Development

About you

The ideal candidate will approach their work with an elevated level of tenacity, utilising broad advisory skills to ensure timely and efficient case resolution for all parties. This is the perfect position for someone looking for an opportunity to build on their advisory skills alongside a passionate and close-knit team that is building a world-class employee experience.

Job ID: 1177326

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Training Coordinator

Consider yourself a safety & compliance guru? Love being a part of the solution to upskilling & training a workforce?

With more than 25 years of continuous operation experience, our client provides full end-to-end services in project management, design, construction and commissioning of utility electrical and telco NBN infrastructure.

  • 12 month FTC
  • Hybrid West OR South East Melbourne
  • $100,000 inc. super
     

The Opportunity:
A rare opportunity has recently presented itself for a 12-month fixed term contract to cover maternity leave as a Training Coordinator. There’s plenty of time for a handover with the current incumbent & great support from the line manager.

What you’ll be doing: 

  • Staying up to date on & pre-empting all mandatory training & compliance across a workforce of 220 employees 
  • Updating the VESI (Victorian Electricity Supply Industry) matrix for all business units  
  • Scheduling training for all employees where applicable 
  • Collecting all relevant documentation from current employees & storing it accordingly (mainly through the online portal) 
  • Signing up & submitting claims on behalf of apprentices, as well as organising refresher courses for all staff 
  • Other general administrative tasks

About you: 

  • A problem solver, with the ability to reschedule & coordinate with multiple stakeholders within strict deadlines
  • Excellent organisation & administrative skills
  • 2-3 years’ experience as a Training Coordinator in a similar environment 
  • Adequate knowledge of Safety, LMS and web delivery tools  

Job ID: 1160671

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Senior P&C Business Partner

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Our client is a private healthcare provider with a national reach, based in Melbourne.

Their people are central to their business, playing a crucial role in delivering high-value care. They have received numerous awards for their exceptional services, fostering a shared culture and purpose that unites their team together.

  • Circa $180K Package + STI
  • Inner city
  • Help drive strategic and commercial objectives at C-suite level

The Opportunity

Due to a promotion, a vacancy has been created for an experienced Senior P&C Business Partner for Corporate to oversee the implementation of the company’s strategic people priorities. Working closely with the Executive Team and Senior Leaders, the role involves providing support and empowering leaders to achieve their business objectives with a focus on enhancing their talent and capability.

 

What You’ll Do

  • Drive and implement key people initiatives, including consultation, engagement, and supporting embedding activities.
  • Track and report on the progress of initiatives, setting specific annual targets for the delivery of people-focused programs.
  • Collaborate on initiatives such as embedding leadership capabilities, facilitating talent acquisition and onboarding processes for senior leaders, building the capability of senior leaders in performance development, and promoting safety advocacy.
  • Lead initiatives related to the values and employee value proposition, as well as identify and facilitate the accelerated development of top talent.

About You

  • You’ll have a well-rounded generalist skillset. You’ll have experience in culture and engagement, organisational design and leadership and capability development.
  • You have a collaborative approach with the Executive Team, Senior Leaders, and P&C Centers of Excellence to instil a culture centred around growth, experimentation and achieving commercial objectives.
  • Curiosity about the bigger picture. You love to join the dots, integrating work across the teams.
  • Analyse trends and metrics to develop solutions, programs, and opportunities for learning and drive improvements.
  • Commercial acumen: Strong commercial acumen and experience with private investors is highly advantageous.

Job ID: 1171684

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0423 707 766
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E-Learning Manager

This client is a leading company in digital marketing and project management, currently on a mission to ensure Australian small businesses operate in a cyber safe environment.

With a purpose that has national impact, their goal is simple: cyber criminals consider Australia ‘closed for business’.

  • National digital strategy & design agency
  • Circa $150,000 inc. super
  • 2 year Fixed Term Contract (opportunity for 3 year extension)
  • Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra or fully remote opportunity
  • 16 weeks paid parental leave

Responsibilities 

  • Own and develop E-Learning products in close collaboration with the Communications Manager, in-house writers & developers.
  • Develop content for a rapidly growing program of 60,000 participants end-to-end, including continuous improvements to content.
  • Design and implement E-Learning courses, including an annual recertification system and train-the-trainer initiatives.
  • Analyse learners’ needs, define objectives and evaluate and improve instructional programs that require enhancement.
  • Utilise data & analytics from LearnDash & Articulate to inform module development and optimisation, analysing participation and completion rates.
  • Utilise Agile methodology & human-centred design across the full learner lifecycle.
  • Collaborate with key stakeholders & engage with business users for feedback and endorsement.

Requirements

  • Strong background in instructional learning design, project management, and/ or consulting (preferred but not mandatory).
  • Exceptional in module development, information architecture, and stakeholder management.
  • Experience working in agile work environments.
  • Exposure to human-centred design.
  • Experience in end-to-end E-Learning content development, including post-development & continuous improvement.
  • Ability to balance key business drivers with voice of customer.
  • Experience in using various learning platforms, including Articulate & LearnDash.

Job ID: 122659

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Human Resources Coordinator

This role would suit a driven and vibrant individual who is keen to build on their base level HR knowledge and join a fast-paced, high performing consumer/product led business.

Reporting directly to the Head of HR you will provide assistance and support across the full employment life cycle; this means you will need to be comfortable undertaking administrative and reporting tasks as required and getting involved in global HR projects.

  • Iconic global retailer
  • $90K Package
  • Permanent
  • Cremorne / Hybrid

Responsibilities 

  • Manage onboarding for a smooth employee experience, create/update job descriptions, and maintain current reporting/recruitment systems with tools like Smart Recruiter and Workday.
  • Build a network and talent bench through the use of LinkedIn Corporate Recruiter, fostering connections and potential candidates for future opportunities.
  • Assist in recruiting top talent by handling job briefs, crafting advertisements, managing user experiences, and providing feedback to all parties.
  • Assist and lead in providing support throughout the entire employee lifecycle, offering specialist people management advice and coaching.
  • Contribute to cyclical activities such as the Global Pulse Survey, Organisation Talent Process, Career Action Planning, and Accelerating Performance for the business.
  • Provide support for the Remuneration Review, including merit increases, promotions, and adjustments. Support and contribute to key change initiatives aligned with values, culture, leadership, behaviours, and performance.
  • Update local HR policies, procedures, and guidelines.
  • Work closely with leadership to address employee concerns and manage basic performance issues.
  • Complete payroll administration notes, review payroll files, cross-check proposed payments, and approve bank files preloaded.
  • Proactively identify key trends from HR management systems data.
  • Help identify opportunities and coordinate learning and development events.

Requirements

  • Relevant Tertiary qualifications (desirable).
  • 1 – 2 years experience in a people/HR team.
  • Good Written and verbal communication.
  • A passion in creating and maintaining a positive organisational culture, a brand ambassador!
  • Collaboration and influencing.
  • Adaptability.

Job Ad: 122615

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Human Resources Manager

This is a unique opportunity for an HR professional who is ready to step into a standalone role and make a significant impact across all areas of HR.

Our client, a leader in telecommunications, is experiencing rapid growth and dynamic change. Underpinned by over 20 years of industry experience within Australia, they’ve recently been entrusted to deliver some of the largest and most complex projects nationally.

  • Permanent Position
  • Hybrid/South East Melbourne
  • $180,000 inc. super

Responsibilities 

  • Leading the end to end recruitment & onboarding for any new starters locally & from overseas.
  • Taking ownership of the full employee lifecycle from onboarding to performance management & ensuring compliance with the Communications & Electrical Contracting Award.
  • Implementing salary benchmarking and banding, including determining criteria for pay increases and recognition.
  • Developing training requirements for new hires, assessing their skills, and handling performance management issues among project delivery staff and tradespeople.
  • Travelling to various states as necessary.

Requirements

  • You have significant experience in recruiting within telecommunications or a blue-collar environment and are knowledgeable in employment law, performance management, and end-to-end termination processes.
  • You thrive working autonomously and have a track record of successful independent project management.
  • You are interested in training and development, potentially with a background in this area, and are passionate about nurturing local talent.
  • You have experience in contributing to the development and execution of a company’s Employee Value Proposition (EVP).

Job Ad: 122613

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