HR Business Partner (Part Time)

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

  • HR Business Partner (ER focus)
  • Permanent, part-time (3 days)
  • Circa $180K – $200K FTE

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 and taking the lead in the IR/ER space as well as upskilling the ER capability of more junior team members.

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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Senior ER Manager

Fast paced with ambitious growth plans, this organisation is known for its customer service focus and genuine care and commitment to its people.

  • Circa $180K – $200K package + STI
  • South East/WFH
  • Permanent

The business has embraced contemporary people practices and is looking to expand its HR team to ensure they provide people leaders with the most efficient and effective support.

What you’ll be doing

  • Provide specialist IR/ER advice, counsel, and solutions. This includes formulating recommendations for appropriate employee relations strategies and practices to deliver operational and commercial objectives
  • Research proposed changes to relevant laws, practices or regulations that could potentially affect the business, and where required, act as a representative of the business to influence external parties.
  • Provide advice, counsel, coaching and support to the business in all areas of ER and IR, including EBA negotiations
  • Contribute to developing strategic and tactical HR solutions and work with HR and business stakeholders to ensure appropriate risks and mitigations are considered.
  • Provide leadership, advice and support to the business in dealing with ER issues, conciliation and arbitration of unfair dismissals, Equal Opportunity, Harassment or Discrimination disputes, including representation of the business before relevant Courts, Tribunals and Commissions.

Your profile

  • Tertiary qualifications in law or a related discipline coupled with extensive experience in workplace relations in a commercial setting
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with, influence and support key stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated analytical and decision-making skills and sound judgement.
  • Proven ability to manage and influence organisational and workplace change.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and negotiation skills with demonstrated capacity to liaise with staff at all levels, unions and other third parties.
  • Strong written skills.
  • Experience and capacity in advocacy before the Fair Work Commission, VEOHRC and other relevant Tribunals.

What’s on offer?
Flexible working arrangements to help you best manage your priorities, paid parental leave genuine career development opportunities and a generous STI.

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Head of HR Operations

As a trusted partner, you will create impactful relationships that will allow you to deliver outcomes that contribute to a highly engaged workforce.

This is an enriching role that will see you working towards something more significant than profits. Reporting to the Chief People Officer and leading a high performing team, you will have accountability for enabling the delivery of business objectives through the people strategy.

  • Employer of Choice 5 years running
  • $200K package + private health insurance
  • St Kilda Road/WFH


  • Act as a trusted strategic advisor and commercial partner to the CPO.
  • Manage a centralised team that includes attraction and retention, remuneration and benefits, employee relations and learning and organisational development.
  • Influence and coach leaders through the provision of strategic and practical HR advice.
  • Ensuring each aspect of the employee lifecycle provides a consistent and quality experience and is enhanced and improved based on feedback, emerging trends and best practice.
  • Maintain and enhance engagement levels across the organisation and strive to maintain their Employer of Choice status.
  • Lead, manage, coach and develop direct reports within the HR team.
  • Lead HR projects and initiatives as required.


  • Exceptional leadership and management skills, including the ability to inspire and lead others.
  • Ability to build effective, collaborative relationships and networking with all internal clients and external stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated problem solving and decision making abilities which can be applied under pressure.
  • Exceptional communication and influencing skills.
  • Knowledge and experience in implementing and negotiating fundamental workplace changes.
  • Balanced judgement surrounding people and organisational issues.
  • Strategic thinker with strong HR experience across all aspects of the employee lifecycle.
  • Ability to drive operational effectiveness and continuous improvement.

Job ID: 122479

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Workplace Relations Manager

You will take on the crucial task of equalising terms and conditions across several integrated businesses. This role will focus on meticulously reviewing and resolving historical issues while innovating new methods to transition towards unified award conditions.

This healthcare organisation provides a range of crucial services to the community it serves nationally. With a workforce of over 4,000 employees and further M&A activity on the horizon, they are firmly positioned for further growth.

  • East/Hybrid
  • Circa $200K Package
  • Permanent


  • Develop a consistent framework and approach to ensure award conditions are applied consistently.
  • Equalise and consolidate differing award conditions into a single, cohesive offer.
  • Provide consultation services to ensure a seamless transition during award modification.
  • Play a vital role as an SME from an IR/ER perspective in relation to the rollout of a new payroll system.
  • Manage the execution of the change process with precision and care.


  • Strong technical understanding of award interpretation.
  • Project management experience with a focus on delivering outcomes.
  • Extensive knowledge and understanding of the current IR landscape.
  • Ability to influence and secure support for courses of action or projects.
  • In-depth knowledge of the practical application of awards in regulated environments.
  • Proven ability to work with spreadsheets and complex data sets.

Job ID: 122103

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