Sharp & Carter is a specialist recruitment agency that was established in 2009. Initially starting in Melbourne the Sharp & Carter business has grown and developed to now have 4 offices across Melbourne and Sydney with 60 specialist
recruiters dedicated to the areas of Finance and Accounting, Sales & Marketing, Business Support, Legal & Compliance and Property & Construction.
Due to significant in-roads into the Sydney recruitment market, Sharp & Carter are now seeking a Graduate Recruitment Consultant to join their recruitment team based in the CBD - North Sydney or Western Sydney - Eastern Creek.
Reporting into the Director, the Recruitment Consultant will be responsible for building and developing a 360 degree recruitment desk looking after both permanent and contracting recruitment. The training program will be heavily
focused on building really strong long term relationships with customers, identifying the best talent in the market, coordinating events and working in a highly enthusiastic team based environment.
Who We Are Looking For
Sharp & Carter is seeking a university graduate who is self motivated, energetic and has a strong work ethic. You will have excellent communication skills and proven experience dealing with people in day-to-day life through university
studies, work, sport, travel and other extra curricular activities.
Sharp & Carter has been built on the values of excellence, partnership, integrity, enjoyment with a strong team focus and anyone who has similar values and ideals is encouraged to apply.
Transparent remuneration + commission model
Structured training and development programs
Progressive recruitment environment - autonomy & trust
Team based culture - monthly drinks, group PT, company trips
Team based incentives
Yearly trip - Cairns 2017, Queenstown 2016, Bali 2015
Opportunities across multiple states
How to apply
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, contact Simon Cust - Director at *****@sharpandcarter.com.au+ click to reveal
About the Company
Robert Walters is one of the world’s leading and most recognised professional recruitment brands - a highly successful, international company that partners with some of the world’s leading blue-chip companies. The Group employs over 3,500 people worldwide
and now has 56 offices in 28 countries. The company prides themselves on service delivery, innovation, staff development and actively encourages staff transfers to international locations.
Robert Walters was named Best International Recruitment Company 2017.
About the Role
Working within a multi disciplined office you will work within the Business Support & HR division. Your prime responsibility will be incremental revenue growth within your portfolio.
In addition, you will be responsible for the qualification and development of new client opportunities and managing existing accounts. There are existing relationships in place and you will be able to leverage relationships of the other divisions within the
office to create business opportunities.
Development of a robust and profitable Business Support business
Improve revenue growth across the desk month on month
Qualify and develop new business opportunities in addition to management of existing clients
Assistant in P&L growth driving revenue and profit growth quarter on quarter
Monthly marketing initiatives to develop your business
Attend industry networking events
This is a success orientated team so the ability to develop and monitor sales opportunities and manage client satisfaction is a must.
Proven ability to drive revenue growth and margins
Persistence, resilience, and a determination to succeed
Commercial awareness and natural sales ability
Ability to work on your own initiative and as part of a successful leadership team
Excellent communication and presentation skills
Career Opportunities / Selling Points
Information that sells the role to the candidate i.e.: Salary, bonus, career progression, training and Development
Fantastic remuneration package
Further internal training and development
Call to Action
To Apply for the role of Recruitment Consultant please click apply of call Danielle Moore on *****51+ click to reveal quoting reference No. 62562 for a confidential discussion
To apply please click apply or call Danielle Moore on *****51+ click to reveal for a confidential discussion
A bit about you
You are a recruiter in Melbourne with at least 2yr-5yrs experience, operating on a fast paced 360 desk.
You will be equally strong in both candidate management and client development for new clients, maintaining existing relationships and networking across our established PSA’s and relationships.
Furthermore, you will be autonomous and have strong desk and job management skills, as well as being able to prioritise and plan your week. You will understand that success in Recruitment stems from hard work so you are ambitious, driven and you want to naturally
put in the effort and activity to be recognised as the “go-to” recruiter in your area.
We can help you achieve you full potential in your recruitment career and build a strong reputation within our client base. Life as a consultant at Charterhouse
You’ll be joining a company that values people, diversity and opportunity. We are passionate about building a company that is recognised for excellence and quality. Our leadership team across Melbourne and Sydney has over 170 years’ experience collectively,
so you’re in good hands to help take your career to the next level.
Our training has been developed by our managers, so we get the opportunity to pass on our knowledge, insight and expertise to you and help in your individual development. Support and collaboration are available day in/day out to help you exceed your goals.
Recruitment in known as a “work hard/play hard industry and at Charterhouse we strive to “do fun well”, rewarding you for your efforts along the way; with a market leading commission structure, quarterly incentives, big biller’s lunches and our annual global
big biller’s incentives – Hawaii or Las Vegas anyone!? The Opportunity
Sitting in our Accounting and Finance team – you’ll specialise in all permanent part qualified and transactional finance roles. Having knowledge of finance and accounting would be an advantage but this discipline can be taught – this desk is better suited
to a recruiter that is driven, hungry for success and able to manage the pace and demands of this market. The desk currently has a range of PSA accounts, and even more clients with signed terms across the utilities, telco, construction and property, education,
health, and government sectors. Visa’s and stuff, you’ll need to know
With the 457 sponsorship changes this year, to be considered for a role are Charterhouse you will need to meet the following criteria:
Full Australian working rights
Have a degree in a relevant field
Experience as a recruiter – operating on a busy desk
Our culture, and hiring great people, is really important to us so in order to make sure we continue this we have a 3-5 stage interview process. You’ll get to meet me initially, along with another director in the business, our Group HR Manager, our CEO,
and the team you’ll be working with. Our people make us who we are, and we want to make sure that we’re the right fit for you as well as being the right for us too. Next Steps
You’ve read this far, so hopefully you're intrigued enough to send an email to me with your contact details or a CV and I’ll give you a call to arrange a discreet conversation.
Richard Shields – Director, Charterhouse Partnership. *****@charterhouse.com.au+ click to reveal
Our client Our client is a leader in pharmaceutical recruitment - from recruiting medical consulting professionals to clinical operations, medical and regulatory affairs and quality assurance and compliance. Headed by experienced recruitment industry professionals,
they have built a solid global brand, have strong global client relationships they leverage here, have a reputation for stability in their own team, and promotion, and they provide a quality recruitment service. Due to wanting to enter the local and Asian
markets, they have opened in the last couple of years in Sydney, have a sizable team here already and need to hire more staff!
Their model is to promote from within, a strategy they have had for nearly a decade with many staff benefiting from being promoted, and some experiencing, international moves. With a solid training program to ensure success in hiring trainees were are looking
for two new starters - sales and marketing and QA and regulatory affairs.
For these roles tertiary qualifications are preferable as is commercial sales, preferably gained locally due to recent visa changes. Consultants successful in this business generally have a personal pharmaceutical sales background and find, this coupled with
learning great recruitment skills, sets them apart in their clients' eyes.
What you will need to demonstrate
You will need to demonstrate you have a can do, quality focused outlook on your career, servicing clients. You will be able to demonstrate where you have built successful relationships with your client base. If you want to pursue a career in recruitment this
is your opportunity to enhance your skill set by specialising in a high end, high value client market.
This client pays excellent base salaries and commission off a high placement fee. They provide a structured induction and ongoing training programs and high achievers have visited Hong Kong, Miami and Paris with New York being the destination this year! We
are hiring these roles now so please call Lisa on *****24+ click to reveal to discuss these positions in more detail or send your CV to *****@mccallnorris.com. + click to reveal McCall Norris offers the largest referral gift in rec2rec, $2,017 in 2017!, for any successful referral. Simply call us or visit our website for more details.
Our client is a global leader in medical and pharmaceutical recruitment - with offices in the UK, Germany and here, they have built a solid brand, have strong PSA relationships with the top 10 global pharma manufacturers, have a reputation for stability
and promotion in their own global teams, and for providing quality service. Due to the growth in the pharmaceutical industry, they are hiring an recruitment consultant to take over a pivotal desk - medical affairs.
We are looking for an experienced permanent consultant (preferably 2 years plus of local experience, long tenure and tertiary qualifications) who is interested in working in medical affairs. Your client base is the most senior of professionals within the pharmaceutical
industry - medical directors, and so your experience in senior level placement will gain you credibility.
Alternatively you may have a personal medical background and currently be working within field sales, B2C sales or pharmaceutical sales.
What you will need to demonstrate
You will need to demonstrate you have a can do, quality focused outlook on recruitment. You will be able to demonstrate where you have built successful relationships with clients. If you are a good recruiter this is your opportunity to enhance your skill set
by specialising in a high end, high value client market.
This client pays excellent base salaries and commission and offers excellent training. There are many local and global billing incentives including a trip to New York this year for those that meet target. There are endless other benefits including the stability
of a long tenure team, a well known brand and work flying onto these desks because of this. We are hiring this role now so please call Lisa on *****24+ click to reveal to discuss this position in more detail or send your CV to *****@mccallnorris.com. + click to reveal
McCall Norris offers the largest referral gift in rec2rec, $2,017 in 2017!, for any successful referral. Simply call us or visit our website for more details.
Reporting to the HR Manager in Victoria and as one of a team of HR Business Partners, you will be considered as a genuine business partner that will offer exceptional consulting, advisory and coaching expertise to a dedicated client group. The 150+ client
group is made up of highly specialised SME’s and corporate head office employees.
In this role you will;
Work with a large, professional and specialist client group to provide support, guidance and mentoring for managers on a range of ER, Recruitment and L&D roles
Coach and mentor managers on HR best practice, capability frameworks and recruitment process
Support managers to develop and implement workforce policies, procedures and systems to support the business vision, values and business priorities.
Provide advice to managers and staff on matters relating to employment conditions, award and policy interpretation and application to workplace issues.
Your experience will include;
Experience as an advisor or business partner to work with managers to provide advice and support to a client group on a range of HR issues including employee relations, learning and development and recruitment and workforce planning requirements
Previous experience working with capability frameworks and recruitment processes
Strong Generalist HR experience in white collar, professional environment with the ability to build relationships quickly and become a trusted advisor during this contract role
What's on offer?
A highly autonomous role with a large global professional organisations
Great Culture and strong leadership team you will get to build partnerships and work across the NSW business to really add value
Close to St Leonards train station and bus routes with flexible working hours
With interviews taking place pre-Christmas for a January 2018 start this role will receive a full handover from the incumbent for a 10 month fixed term contract.
To register your interest in this opportunity please Apply Online or contact Fiona Campbell on *****00+ click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
Our World Vision
World Vision is a global community, working together for the one purpose – to bring about positive change in the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children. People are inspired to work for us because they want to contribute to making a difference. We
are part of an international team, using our talent, determination and influence to invest in a better tomorrow. With us, job satisfaction takes on a greater meaning.
Together, we are:
50,000 dedicated and passionate staff and volunteers
10 million committed supporters who are changing lives
100 million people as a part of World Vision’s supported communities
Are you ready to be a change maker?
Your opportunity to make a difference As part of the realignment of the People & Culture Team, an exciting opportunity exists for a suitably skilled applicant to take on this challenging role focused on heading up and leading the Talent & Performance function within World Vision Australia’s
People & Culture Team.
As Head of Talent & Performance the role will be responsible for attracting and developing the Talent Management capability of WVA which is a core part of its “vision for every child: life in all its fullness; Our prayer for every heart: the will to make
The Head of Talent & Performance will work closely with both the Chief of People & Culture and the Head of People Partnerships to broaden and deepen WVA’s expertise in Talent and Performance Management. The role will have responsibility for developing the
Talent Management strategy.
This is a strategic role regarding the overall planning, directing and coordination of the Recruitment and L & D Teams and their core services and offerings to support the organisation’s growth through progressive Recruitment and L & D interventions.
The two key result areas will be as follows:
leading strategic recruitment interventions across WVA to ensure that the organisation’s resourcing is optimised to enable to achieve its strategic imperatives
leading strategic employee development programs across WVA to ensure all employees have the key capabilities to deliver on WVA’s strategic objectives. This involves coordinating project team, working with the business on project planning, managing suppliers,
delivering training, designing training, working with the business to embed the capabilities through cultural/change management
Who we're looking for
The successful applicant will possess the following key capabilities:
A strong track record in building and leading strong, positive and outcome focused teams within a Recruitment / Learning and Development function
A track record of innovation in Talent Management (Acquisition & Development)
Articulating and championing a strategic programme of learning and development
Ability to design, deliver and evaluate training, training plans and systems
Demonstrated ability to resource and build team structures to meet client and organisational needs
Experience working in matrix structures and proven ability in engaging with senior (C-suite) stakeholders
Excellent interpersonal, communications & influencing skills
Learning agility demonstrating currency of thought and the ability to engage in terms of resourcing and learning business trend
Proven commercial acumen and strategic and operational business management
Managing relationships displaying high emotional intelligence using discernment and interpersonal skills
Change management skills displaying sound judgement and ability to articulate well within a leadership team environment, navigating well through ambiguity
What you need to know
This role is a permanent position operating in a full-time capacity and will be based at our head office in Burwood East, Victoria.
What we can offer you
The opportunity to bring your expertise and experience to contribute to a cause that you are passionate about and work in the largest non-government organisation in Australia and one of the largest development organisations in the world
Being part of a professional and dedicated team united by their commitment to one common goal; the fight against global poverty, its causes and making a real difference in the world
Competitive salary and flexible salary packaging scheme
Participating in comprehensive professional development programs that include on-the-job learning, e-learning, workshops, forums, leadership development and internal and international secondments
Questions? Please contact *****@worldvision.com.au+ click to reveal
IR & ER Manager - NFP organisation - great scope to work for an established organisation in Northern Beaches Your new company
This well-established non-profit organisation is a leader in their field and operates across NSW and the ACT. They invest and believe in continuous learning, integrity, respect and play an active role in the communities in which they operate. Your new role
Reporting into the Executive GM People you will oversee IR and ER across the organisation. As an IR expert you will be the key point of contact in relation to the interpretation of enterprise agreements, evaluate ER and IR trends and assist with any transitions
of employees including the liaison with unions.
You will provide expertise on complex and sensitive employment matters, managing disputes and investigations, and represent as needed at Fair Work and other tribunals. What you'll need to succeed
As an expert in your field you will hold relevant qualifications teamed with a proven track record of managing Industrial Relations and demonstrable experience managing complex ER matters. You will be an excellent negotiator with strong influencing skills and
a demonstrated capacity to provide commercial and risk managed IR advice. What you'll get in return
This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced industrial professional to work for a respected not-for-profit organisation in the Northern Beaches and undertake varied and challenging work in a close-knit, friendly and supportive team environment. You will
receive a competitive salary and will also receive salary packaging benefits. What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV. For more information please contact Natalie Clark on *****@hays.com.au+ click to reveal or *****09+ click to reveal
Full time ongoing position
Managers & Administrative Officers Grade 4 (HS4)
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the West Gippsland Healthcare Group in the role of the HR Consultant. Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, you will work within a motivated and dedicated team that provides the support to the organisation over
a wide range of HR services, including but not limited to recruitment & selection, employee relations, policy advice, reporting, training, workforce management and a range of HR projects. This stimulating role would suit an experienced HR generalist who is
flexible, enjoys working within a team and is dedicated to providing great service to their client group.
Our preferred candidate will have:
Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or a related field.
Broad computer skills, with the confidence and ability to pick up the usage of a range of applications.
Demonstrated broad experience in the provision of a range of HR generalist services, including:
Ability and experience in Award/Enterprise Agreement interpretation.
Knowledge of relevant legislation, including the Fair Work and Equal Opportunity Acts.
Skills and experience in the handling of Employee and Industrial Relations issues.
Experience of the processes required to effectively manage all aspects of staff recruitment.
Developed skills in liaison, negotiation and communication with a range of staff and external bodies.
Experience in the development and implementation of Human Resources projects.
Ability to analyse data and develop reports.
Ability to interpret, develop and implement policy.
The following experience/qualifications would be also considered advantageous:
Previous experience within a hospital or health care environment.
Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment
About our organisation
The West Gippsland Healthcare Group is a customer focused health organisation providing acute medical and surgical, obstetric, emergency, residential care and community health services to 45,000 people in the rural, urban residential, agricultural and industrial
areas located within the Baw Baw Shire and beyond. The administrative headquarters are located at West Gippsland Hospital in Warragul, approximately 100kms east of Melbourne.
Working with us
All appointments with the West Gippsland Healthcare Group are subject to the satisfactory return of professional reference checks and a National Police History check. All employees must hold current entitlement to work within Australia. A six month probationary
period applies to all new appointments. The West Gippsland Healthcare Group is an equal opportunity employer.
Further details and how to apply
A copy of the position description for this role is available from our website –
http://www.wghg.com.au under the Employment section. If you have any further queries, they may be directed to Brett Toms, HR Manager on *****13+ click to reveal. Applications should be lodged online, including a covering
letter addressing the selection criteria, resume and three current referees.
Applications for this position close Sunday 3 December 2017.
Working closely with an executive group, this role is mandated to operationalise the delivery of a range of strategic people initiatives aimed at supporting a substantial growth strategy. With capability being a crucial pillar
of success in this strategy, the role will work closely with senior leaders to ensure they are delivering against their organisational objectives whilst driving a culture of high performance. Being a broad generalist role in nature the incumbent will need
to flex between strategic and operational activities as required.
Your previous HR leadership experience in large, complex organisations will be highly regarded and your ability to navigate complexity and change will be critical. Demonstrated success in managing major change projects through
to completion with resilience and tenacity will set you apart. You will be a coach, mentor and confidante in this challenging yet rewarding role. Your passion for your profession will be demonstrated through your post graduate qualifications and continued
Culturally the organisation will offer you an environment of collaboration, innovation and respect. You will work with an outstanding HR peer group and be provided with ongoing learning opportunities.
For a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact Sarah Donegan at The Next Step on *****00+ click to reveal quoting reference 2622799.
Managing 4 direct reports
My client is going through a period of growth and looking to expand their HR function. This HR Manager will report directly into the HR director and will manage four direct reports. An award-winning firm of numerous business accolades,
they are proud of their down to earth, cohesive and energetic culture.
You will work part of a large HR team and partner with clients to implement strategic HR activities with this organisation including workforce planning and talent management and succession planning.
In this role you will support clients to apply effective recruitment strategies to attract and retain the best candidates. This role will develop, coach, advise and support key stakeholders to manage organisational change. Build and manage relationships with
key internal customers and external stakeholders.Within this role you will collaborate with key stakeholders and relevant specialist HR teams to contribute to the development and implementation of strategies aimed at improving all stages of the employee life
cycle within a specific client group.
You will have three direct report to manage, coach, develop and advise whilst also supporting leaders and managers to improve staff performance within their faculty, office, department or team. Contribute to the development and implementation of this organisation
strategies aimed at improving HR services and achieving HR’s key operational imperatives.
You will have min eight years experience in HR and a strong background in change management. A demonstrated ability of managing and coaching a team.
A well rounded HR generalist, with a technical skill set spanning the full employee life-cycle.Knowledge of human resources principles and relevant legislation, with the ability to demonstrate discretion and confidentiality is essential.
My client will provide lifelong learning that develops you personally and professionally. You will be rewarded with a salary pending on experience. Parking on-site.
You will enjoy a range of other benefits, staff discounts with hundreds of suppliers, market leading flexible work practices and regular social and sporting activities.
To apply for this position, please click the 'Apply Now' button below. For a confidential discussion, please contact Irene Kennedy on *****71.+ click to reveal
atWork Australia are a leading Employment Services Provider, we are proud to have strong partnerships with employers to help drive employment opportunities for all Australians.
We exist to make a real and measurable impact on employment opportunities for people with injury, illness, disability or disadvantage.
Currently we have a great opportunity for an Industry experienced Employment Consultant to join us as a Candidate Manager within our Disability Employment Services (DES) contract.
This role will be based in our Cannington Office servicing our Central and West sites. This is a Full Time Fixed Term role until March 2018 with a strong possibility for extension.
Candidate Managers are responsible for the successful placement and transition of job seekers into sustainable employment providing a high quality, individually tailored service, promoting atWork participants to both local and national employers. About The Job
As a Candidate Manager you will prepare jobseekers within the DES program for employment and:
Engage and motivate participants through effective case management techniques;
Assess complex barriers to employment, to develop and implement suitable plans and interventions;
Actively reverse market participants to potential employers, including undertaking marketing activities such as cold calling and employer networking;
Liaise with medical professionals, Centrelink and community agencies on behalf of participants;
Refer participants to internal/external specialised support services;
Provide Post Placement Support to placed participants and provide intervention when required to support ongoing employment; and
Ensure full compliance within the DES service agreements.
Working for atWork Australia
atWork Australia are committed to our employees, working for atWork Australia means you will have available to you:
Career development and progression opportunities Nationally;
Career development and progression opportunities across the Work Health Group;
Partake in our incentive and rewards program for meeting and exceeding KPI's;
Discounted Health Insurance;
Road side assistance and;
Supportive friendly environment
Your proven success and strong performance within the Employment Services industry will be complemented by your:
Passion and desire to help people with disability;
Motivation and drive to achieve customer service and sales targets;
Case management or related experience;
Ability to network and build rapport with key stakeholders;
Experience working with persons with disability and complex barriers to employment;
Demonstrated ability to work with competing priorities;
Intermediate skills in the use of the Microsoft Office computing package and;
Current Police Clearance no greater than 6 months old and ability to obtain Working with Children Check.
Further details about atWork Australia can be found via our website www.atworkaustralia.com.au or please contact Jenny Lee *****88+ click to reveal for more details.
To express your interest please hit APPLY now. atWork Australia promotes a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value the contributions of all people and encourages people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds
My client is a leading Australian construction group with over 30 years’ experience working across large scale building projects cross Australia. With over 500 staff and a turn over exceeding a billion dollars per annum they have a strong reputation to
be a market leader within their relevant sectors.
Due to some internal changes an opportunity has risen for an experienced Senior HR Manager to come on board and help the business with its next phase of growth. The role would see you manage as energetic and welcoming team which consist of a Recruitment Manager,
HR Adviser and 2 benefits coordinators.
This role is available due to continued growth and requires a strong leader to collaborate and consult on all HR matters. This is a great opportunity to showcase your HR expertise whilst working towards exciting project based targets.
The HR Manager will assist with: Expert advice on HR and ER matters
Support and guide managers in the application of HR policies
Provide operational support on organisational change management, employee relations, job design, remuneration and benefits, job evaluation and succession planning
Provide support and coaching to managers
Provide people management advice and recommendations
Support the business in aligning HR initiatives with strategic objectives
Recruitment and Selection
Liaise with the recruitment team to assist in the effective management of the attraction and selection model
Work with the Recruitment Manager for all recruitment requirements and participate in the process when required
Provide advice on recruitment forecast and budgeting
Strategic Planning and Implementation
Take the strategic HR lead in project teams, lead and drive the corporate HR initiatives, promoting best practice and sound innovation
Lead and participate in HR working groups involved in the development and promotion of HR policy and procedures
Provide guidance on compliance for all HR related contractual obligations
Skills and Experience:
Demonstrated background as a Senior HR Manager
Leadership, consultative and negotiating skills with a wide range of stakeholders
Knowledge of current employment legislation
Exposure to a diverse range of HR specialties including recruitment, remuneration, IR and HR administration
Previous experience within a Property and or Construction company is a must.
Be adaptable and flexible to change
What will make you stand out?
We are looking for someone who has strong attention to detail, is proactive, ready to roll up their sleeves and take on an extensive workload. If you have worked to similar objectives under project driven deadlines we would like to hear from you.
My client is looking for long-term employees who have the potential to grow with the business. This company prides themselves on promoting within and has big growth plans over the next 5 years.
Their culture is very team orientated focusing on personalities and strong personal skills which leads to a vibrant and fun working environment. They are very focused on work/life balance and this is how they keep their employees happy and attract the best
If this sounds like you then please send an updated copy of your CV to *****@simpl-recruitment.com.au+ click to reveal or call Raj on *****86+ click to reveal for more information.
Please note that all applications will be treated with the strictest of confidence and will not be passed onto a 3rd party without discussing with you first.
My client is a boutique agency, based in the CBD they are an award winning brand with a fantastic reputation, and work with some of the best clients on the market.
They are looking to appoint a Consultant to join their IT Team this role will involve working collaboratively with other consultants, dealing with existing clients, gaining new business and managing temporary and permanent candidates! The ideal candidate:
The perfect candidate will ideally have at least one year experience in IT Recruitment!
Someone who doesn't want to be micro-managed.
Experience resourcing for new positions, organising interviews and following up with feedback.
Experience business development, cold calling and creative online searches
If you are looking for a new role in a stress free environment that offers flexible work hours please send your resume to *****@limeres.com.au+ click to reveal or call *****67.+ click to reveal
Our client is a NSW Government organisation with a focus to transform the way they deliver excellence and innovation. We currently have a need for a Senior HR Business Partner to commence an initial 6 month engagement based at Ashfield. Primary purpose of the role
As an experienced Senior HR Business Partner you will support and partner with internal Divisions to support effective management of people, providing advice on the implementation, management, evaluation and improvement of all people related processes and plans.
Key accountabilities is to provide responsive support and advice to managers on policy matters related to workforce management including recruitment, establishment, staff performance, team work, organisational structure, industrial matters, injury management
and other related workforce management matters. Role Description of the Senior HR Business Partner
Support managers to develop and implement workforce policies, procedures and systems to support LAHCs business priorities and staff engagement.
Coach and support managers in the development and implementation of a diverse range of workforce strategies including workforce planning, performance management, leadership management, succession planning, injury management and management of grievances,
discipline and complaints. Coordinate investigations of such matters where appropriate.
Provide advice to managers and staff on matters relating to employment conditions and policy interpretation and application to workplace issues.
Provide advice and assist executives and managers to drive business performance and align business and people strategies, directions and objectives with legislative and organisational requirements.
Coordinate, and when required lead, organisational and structural change projects.
Support the business to achieve high levels of performance by supporting effective capability and development building activities; and effectively managing underperformance matters with Line Managers.
Ideally you will have a bachelor's degree in a related area and at least 5 years of experience in HR.
Government HR Experience Preferred.
For further information on this role or to confidentially apply, please contact
Julie Cooper on *****00+ click to reveal
or apply directly via the Apply for this job button. Only
WORD FORMAT resumes will be accepted.
3 month initial Contract with the view to go Permanent
Leading high profile Media Organisation
Interesting and varied work across employment law
One of Australia's most established and recognised Media organisations is seeking an experienced Employment Lawyer for an initial 3-month contract with a possibility to go permanent. You will join a team providing high quality Employment Law advisory service
to key stakeholders within the organisation. You will be resposnibel for providing expertise and recommendation to senior management relating to employee contracts. To be considered for this role you must be able to demonstrate the following experience; To be considered for this role you must be able to demonstrate the following experience;
4+ years employment law experience gained within a law firm and/or specialist team handing contentious employment disputes
Excellent communication skills with the ability to clarify complex issues and concepts of non-lawyers
Ability to plan and effectively manage and implement projects/initiatives in a multi-disciplined environment
Experience in developing, implementing, and review workplace policies and guidelines
Preparing industrial legislation and Instrument interpretation, analysis for the compliance projects and EBA drafting
This is a rare opportunity to work with an Australian icon. The successful Employment Lawyer will be joining a supportive team for an initial 3-month contract to start immediately with the view to a possibility to be employed on a permanent basis.. If you
have the required skills and experience, please forward your application to *****@hitechaust.com+ click to reveal or call *****19.+ click to reveal For more exciting job opportunities go to www.hitechaust.com
Customer centric service delivery
Organisational learning culture
Above award salary & entitlements
breakthru is a for purpose enterprise which has worked with 1000's of Australians over the past 20 years to access the services they need to live their best life. We recognise that everyone has a story and we are committed to improving
the lives of people we support.
Our purpose is to create the best life possible for our customers. Our customer centric approach ensures personalised planning and individualised support is at the forefront of service delivery.
At breakthru, we believe that people are better off in work. Employment provides social participation, economic empowerment & purpose. We are currently seeking a customer focused & targets driven individual to join our team as
an Employment Consultant. You will support our customers to achieve their employment or education related goals by:
Selling the benefits of employment
Reverse marketing to employers
Delivering job readiness training sessions
Providing pre-employment & ongoing support
Placing jobseekers into sustainable employment
The successful candidate will be:
Driven by targets & KPI's
Confident in marketing activities & negotiation
A quick learner & able to use external system software
Knowledgeable in the local labour market
Able to advocate on behalf of jobseekers
Driver's Licence - essential
If this sounds like the perfect role for you, APPLY now. Attach your application documents and complete the sentence 'I want to work for breakthru because…'
Further information about working for breakthru is available at
www.breakthru.org.au. For any questions, please contact Kylie Gabriel on *****15.+ click to reveal
Please note: the successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment checks including but not limited to a criminal record check, working with children check, employment history & referee checks.
Applications open 22 November and close 8 December
Talent International is working in partnership with a large government organisation to assist in sourcing a Recruitment Officer on contract based in Sydney CBD.
The successful applicant will be working on-site with a Project Manager to provide support and assist in a bulk recruitment drive for a major project enabling critical milestones to be met and ensuring the project gets delivered on time.
End to end recruitment experience in a high-volume recruitment environment
Excellent Communication Skills Written & Verbal
Please note this role can be offered as an immediate start and will run through 30th June 2018 with a 2 week Christmas shutdown
For immediate consideration please forward a copy of your current resume via the APPLY NOW button or email Patrick at Talent International on *****@talentinternational.com.au+ click to reveal
Work for the Dole Supervisor
The WFD Supervisor is responsible for the supervision, direction, training and provision of skills to Work for the Dole program participants in projects. This role also inculdes project development, planning, reporting and resource allocation as well as associated
This role is offered as a fixed term 6 month contract ending in June 2018.
About the Role:
This varied role includes a wide variety of responsibilities and tasks that range from:
Supervising program participants with respect to the projects they are involved with
Managing and developing various WFD projects
Prepare, record and manage work plans
Provide support, training and mentoring for program participants
Maintain documentation with respect to participation and various other KPI's
Maintain quality standards in respect of the WFD guidelines
Assist with conflict resolutions
Maintain tools and equipment
In addition are a variety of other tasks. For a more detailed list please download the position description. What we can offer:
We offer our staff attractive salary packaging and employment conditions, staff development programs, Health & Well Being initiatives including the Employee Assistance Program.
How to apply:
For further information and obtain a copy of the position description, please click Apply Now to enter our online recruitment portal. Applications must address the specific key selection criteria in a separate file and quote reference number
170112, and are to be received by 12:00 noon Wednesday December 6th. Applications not addressing the key selection criteria will not be considered. Workways Australia Limited ACN *****34.+ click to reveal
Please note that the successful applicant will be subject to a satisfactory Fit-2-Work check as a pre-condition of employment.
Human Resources Dept
Workways Australia Ltd
Ph *****00 Workways+ click to reveal Australia Ltd respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Victoria, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory and Queensland, and pays its respect to the ongoing living cultures of Aboriginal peoples
Premier national firm - Brisbane office.
Advising private and public sector clients in a diverse range of industries, including education, energy and resources, financial services and construction, the role will include a mixture of advisory and contentious employment work. The quality of work
is excellent and you will be given high levels of responsibility.
You will have a solid grounding in employment but wanting a step up to a premier employment practice. You will be able to deliver clear and commercial advice and be a true team player.
Please send CVs in Word format only. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Marsden Legal Search & Executive Recruitment is a specialist legal global executive search and recruitment firm with offices in Australia, UK, Middle East and Canada. Our consultants have extensive industry experience and understand the significance of
managing your career.
Please click on the 'Apply for this job' button or for a confidential chat about this role or any other opportunities you may be interested in, please contact:
Email: *****@marsdengroup.com+ click to reveal
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