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


Learning Specialist

In this exciting position, you will closely collaborate with the Head of Organisational Development and the wider People & Culture team, taking the lead in crafting transformative learning experiences for a diverse global audience.

Discover an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic organisation, currently undergoing a phase of expansion, change, and transformation. They are seeking a passionate Learning Specialist who is eager to broaden their skills in the realm of organisational development.

  • $120 – 130K Package
  • Generous benefits
  • Continuous learning opportunities
  • CBD location

Responsibilities 

  • Lead and enhance the graduate program, from planning recruitment campaigns to designing development workshops, rotations, and providing ongoing support and coaching to graduates.
  • Support the delivery of the performance review framework and process
  • Coordinate compliance and online learning, handling everything from planning and scheduling to communication, maintaining LMS data and records, and reporting.
  • Conduct regular and adhoc reporting on post-program analysis and research for future development activities.
  • Deliver leadership and employee development programs in collaboration with external partners.
  • Manage the end-to-end delivery of employee engagement surveys, partnering with Leaders and HR Business Partners to understand results and support the development of action plans.

Requirements

  • Proven program and project management experience in supporting learning initiatives. 
  • Background in L&D/OD or generalist HR position with exposure to L&D/OD activities. 
  • Strong facilitation and impactful presentation skills, both virtually and in-person. 
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, demonstrating flexibility and adaptability to changing requirements. 
  • Familiarity with SuccessFactors Learning and Performance modules. 

Job ID: 122420

Evelina Samuels / Managing Director

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Senior HR Advisor

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

Responsibilities 

  • 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.

Requirements

  • 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.

Job ID: 122366

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Human Resources Business Partner

As the P&C Business Partner & the face of HR, you will play a crucial role in uplifting capability and investing in onboarding/ induction, training and development. This incredibly varied role requires someone who can focus just as much on the operational as on longer term projects.

This founder-led residential surveying company, with a rich history spanning 15 years in the industry, has established itself as a key player in the sector by leveraging relationships with key partners & more importantly, fostering internal relationships. Whether over a game of simulated golf in the projection room at the back or at the quarterly team dinners, this group of people love spending time together away from their desks! This position reports directly to the CEO and sits on the Senior Leadership Team.

  • Permanent opportunity
  • $120,000 – $130,000 inc. super
  • 4 days in office with travel to various locations where required
  • Mulgrave-based

Responsibilities 

  • Building and maintaining solid relationships with key stakeholders, including department managers, building surveyors, inspectors, Head of Legal, Directors and the CFO.
  • Driving change management initiatives and supporting conflict resolution, succession planning, capability development and employee relations cases.
  • Playing an active role in process improvements, in line with the CEO’s vision of systematic and proactive HR management.
  • Coordinating and leading OHS committees, ensuring compliance with ISO standards and conducting quarterly reviews.
  • Managing HR processes using BambooHR & Asana to support onboarding, induction and probation reviews, especially for remote team members.

Requirements

  • A knack for building and nurturing strong relationships with senior leaders.
  • Lots of hands-on experience in process improvement, capability development, coaching & employment law.
  • Strong negotiation, mediation, and problem-solving skills, with the ability to think outside the box.
  • Experience in, or ability to learn how to influence, coach & support an off-site/ remote workforce on HR matters.
  • Familiarity with Fair Work legislation.

Job ID: 122261

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Senior HR Advisor

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

Responsibilities 

  • 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.

Requirements

  • 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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Human Resources Business Partner

This role would suit someone keen to continue building on their HR knowledge and partnering skills within a high performing environment. Key to your success will be your credibility and positive attitude.

Rarely is there an opportunity for a developing HR practitioner to obtain such valuable experience under the tutelage of an HR leader who is genuinely committed to investing and developing others. With increased demands on their people function, a new opportunity has been created for a junior HR Business Partner.

  • $120K-$130K package
  • Fabulous CBD offices
  • Sustainable and growing sector

Responsibilities 

  • Provide general HR advisory and support.
  • Assisting in a comprehensive compensation and benefits project.
  • Manage recruitment and onboarding activities.
  • Supporting leaders with operational advice and practical HR solutions.
  • Assist in the coordination and rollout of company initiatives concerning professional development.
  • Interacting with leaders, demonstrating confidence and building trust.

Requirements

  • Prior experience in an HR setting in a professional services setting.
  • Tertiary qualifications in HR or similar.
  • Exceptional organisation and time management skills.
  • Initiative and curiosity to learn and ask why.
  • A collaborative approach and willingness to learn.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with all levels of the organisation.

Job ID: 122124

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Sally

You will help the team design beautiful interfaces that solve business challenges for our clients.

We work with a number of Tier 1 banks on building web-based applications for AML, KYC and Sanctions List management workflows. This role is ideal if you are looking to segue your career into the FinTech or Big Data arenas.

Experience: 5 years
Work level: Senior
Employment: Full-time
Salary: $120k+

Responsibilities 

  • Be involved in every step of the product design cycle from discovery to developer handoff and user acceptance testing.
  • Work with BAs, product managers and tech teams to lead the Product Design
  • Maintain quality of the design process and ensure that when designs are translated into code they accurately reflect the design specifications.
  • Accurately estimate design tickets during planning sessions.
  • Contribute to sketching sessions involving non-designersCreate, iterate and maintain UI deliverables including sketch files, style guides, high fidelity prototypes, micro interaction specifications and pattern libraries.
  • Ensure design choices are data led by identifying assumptions to test each sprint, and work with the analysts in your team to plan moderated usability test sessions.
  • Design pixel perfect responsive UI’s and understand that adopting common interface patterns is better for UX than reinventing the wheel
  • Present your work to the wider business at Show & Tell sessions.

Requirements

  • 4+ years of system administration experience with the Microsoft Server platform (2012/2016, Microsoft IIS, Active Directory)
  • 3+ years of hands-on system administration experience with AWS (EC2, Elastic Load Balancing, Multi AZ, etc.)
  • 4+ years of SQL Server, MySQL
  • Working knowledge of Encryption techniques and protocols, Multi-factor authentication, Data protection, Penetration testing, Security threats
  • Bachelor’s Degree, or 4+ years of hands-on IT experience

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