Do you ever feel that you're busy all day, though still not making a difference?Exciting, well-paid HR Advisory role on offerJoin a progressive, successful team at WadeyeThe Thamarrurr Development Corporation prides itself in the development of housing, infrastructure, maintenance and resources across the Wadeye community. We are currently working closely with schools, women's centres, the Northern Territory Government, Centrelink and Museums to name a few and are committed to giving our community access to the best possible facilities and services. We are a not-for-profit corporate entity owned by members of the Wangka, Lirrga and Tjanpa peoples. TDC has been established by the 20 clans of the Thamarrurr Region, to represent them in relation to business, socio-economic development, employment and training.Our community houses facilities one would find in a small country town including local government authorities. Although we are small in size, our current population of 3k is fully supported by a myriad of services and our community is run by caring and skilled professionals.We have a unique opportunity for a talented, resourceful and flexible Human Resources professional to make sure that we continue to grow and prosper.This role will cover:RecruitmentWHSPayrollEBAs and AwardsPerformance Management and discipline.About you:You will love this opportunity to live and breathe your new role, to embody positive change.You have a mature and flexible approach, but more than that, you've got a willingness to try new things, to take on a challenge.Prior experience of living and working in a remote communityAn uncompromising approach to Health and SafetyExperience of community development from an HR perspective, including the challenges of working remotelyIdeally you would have experience of working in an industrial setting: mining, coal, gas, in a Generalist HR role for 5+ yearsIn return:Subsidised accommodation is available, salary packaging and a relocation allowance are also on offer.You'll be awarded 6 weeks' annual leave (pro rata) and a competitive salary package.Don't delay - apply now.
Job Reference: 3923332 | Location: Wadeye, NT | Listed: 02 January 2018
Do you ever feel that you're busy all day, though still not making a difference?Looking to escape the hustle and bustle of big-city reality?Join our community development program and make real, positive change.The Thamarrurr Development Corporation prides itself in the development of housing, infrastructure, maintenance and resources across the Wadeye community. We are currently working closely with schools, women's centres, the Northern Territory Government, Centrelink and Museums to name a few and are committed to giving our community access to the best possible facilities and services.We are a not-for-profit corporate entity owned by members of the Wangka, Lirrga and Tjanpa peoples. TDC has been established by the 20 clans of the Thamarrurr Region, to represent them in relation to business, socio-economic development, employment and training.Our community houses facilities one would find in a small country town including local government authorities. Although we are small in size, our current population of 3k is fully supported by a myriad of services and our community is run by caring and skilled professionals.Currently, we are on the hunt for a flexible, resilient and empathetic Employment Services Officer to manage the delivery of our Employment Services and Work for the Dole program to the people in our community.When you step into this essential role, you'll hit the ground running. You'll love this opportunity to draw from your experience and knowledge of Aboriginal culture. You'll appreciate the ability to coach and mentor your portfolio of clients, ensuring that the support is there if and when they need it, whether it be coaching on life skills, voluntary or paid employment.Other responsibilities will include:Ensuring people turn up for their appointmentsManaging a portfolio of clients to help them find work, through coaching, guidance and mentoringCreate job plansCase ManagementTraining and development of local staff to manage employment services opportunitiesActively network and seek job opportunities from within the community for your clientsAdvocate for employment for your clients as well as training and life upskilling opportunitiesAbout you:You will live and breathe your new role, embody positive change.2+ years in a similar roleCurrent knowledge of the CDP computer programsIn return:We are offering a 6 month contract (ending 30 June 2018) with a view to further extension.Subsidised accommodation is available, salary packaging and a relocation allowance are also on offer.You'll be awarded 6 weeks' annual leave (pro rata) and a competitive salary package.Don't delay - apply now.
Job Reference: 3923344 | Location: Wadeye, NT | Listed: 02 January 2018
Do you have an analytical mind and a thirst for optimisation?More importantly, would you like to work for an organisation that is making a difference?Company OverviewWe are Achieve Australia. Our mission is to achieve social inclusion for people with disability. Every day we work hard to deliver on the right of Australians with disability to achieve meaningful and valued lives.We have been doing this for 65 years and are still innovating in disability accommodation and support today. Recent growth has now created the opportunity for Rostering Clerks to join our ranks in early 2018.Job PurposeAs a Roster Clerk you will be responsible for the deployment and optimisation of the labour workforce across Achieve Australia. You will provide a cost effective rostering practice across the organisation that enhances service delivery, develop and manage the rostering system, along with providing end user training and support. You will radiate a positive ‘can do' solutions focused attitude that influences those around you and the culture of the organisation. To succeed you will need to be a fast learner, highly organised and be driven to achieve results.What We Offer:Salary packaging benefits exclusive for public benevolent institutions.Strong organisational culture and great team environment.Exciting place to work and flexible work hours.Selection Criteria:Experience in computerised rostering, payroll and other related systems, applications and processes.Knowledge of workforce management principles and their application to ensure effective and efficient rostering practices.Compliance with WHS, Awards, policies and procedures.Strong planning and analytical skills.Sound communication skills and ability to influence and negotiate.Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.Apply now!http://achieveaustralia.recruitmenthub.com.au/VacanciesAchieve Australia is committed to implementing safer recruitment practices. This means we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support and we expect staff to share this commitment.
As a result, your application will be subject to a number of pre-employment checks; including a criminal history, medical assessment, professional reference checks, driving record et al. Applications will be assessed on merit.
Job Reference: 3907814 | Location: North Ryde, NSW | Listed: 14 December 2017
Newly created fulltime roleDeliver key recruitment projectSalary packaging benefitsEldercare is one of South Australia's largest aged care providers with over 1200 employees operating across 12 sites. Our purpose is to deliver peace of mind to older South Australians and their families through the provision of quality aged care and retirement homes. Driven by values of Respect, Accountability and Connection, Eldercare's relationship with residents, their families and all stakeholders is paramount to our success.An exciting new opportunity has been created at Eldercare for a Recruitment expert to join our People and Culture team.Reporting directly to the HR Manager and working closely with Eldercare Managers, you will initially focus on the delivery of a large-scale, company-wide recruitment strategy as part of a key workforce transformation project. Following project implementation, you will work closely with the HR team and Managers to co-ordinate ongoing recruitment activity and on boarding campaigns, and drive centrally managed bulk recruitment and talent assessment operations as required.To be successful in this role you will possess:Expertise in independently developing, driving and delivering successful high volume recruitment campaigns and assessment centresDemonstrated experience in coaching Managers on best practice recruitment processesEstablished experience using E-recruitment systemsEstablished knowledge of employment legislation, employee relations and interpreting industrial instrumentsExperience in policy and procedure developmentMinimum of 5 years' experience in a similar recruitment focused roleYou are an enthusiastic, committed and results-driven individual who is passionate about delivering high quality outcomes whilst modelling the behaviours underpinning Eldercare's values of Respect, Accountability and Connection.For a confidential discussion about this rare opportunity please contact Kimberly Dobinson, Human Resources Manager on (08) 8291 1003.Eldercare encourages respectful relationships and does not accept any form of gender-based violence in the workplace. Eldercare is committed to preventing violence against women and is proud to be part of the White Ribbon Australia Workplace Accreditation Program to support victims of domestic abuse.
Job Reference: 3930740 | Location: Eastwood, SA | Listed: 10 January 2018
Your Community Health ( formerly Darebin Community Health)
Attractive salary packaging Discounted gym memberships and corporate private health insurance Great work location and environment, free car parking and close to shops and cafesBe part of a purpose-driven organisation committed to community development and a social model of healthMake a meaningful contribution to the health, wellbeing and dignity for all people in northern MelbourneYour Community Health provides a comprehensive range of medical, dental and allied health services and support programs to anyone, through a combination of outreach, client-based and centre-based activities. Our purpose is to enable health, wellbeing and dignity for all people in northern Melbourne by providing responsive and accessible services. We provide priority access to those most at risk of health inequalities and those that may face barriers to accessing traditional health services.We continually strive to improve, we are creative and will always rise to challenges and persevere in faces of obstacles. We are a talented bunch who believe in having a positive and supportive culture. We are committed to professional and career development of all our staff, but more importantly we truly value work-life balance and ensuring all staff can enjoy both their working and personal lives.Your Community Health is seeking an enthusiastic, committed and experienced Human Resource Manager to join the Leadership Team.Reporting to the CEO, this newly created position will have a pivotal role in supporting the organisation in a period of significant change and implementation of the 2017 - 2021 Strategic Directions.The Human Resources Manager will be responsible for implementing strategic and organisational Human Resource initiatives and managing the overall provision of Human Resources services, policies and programs.To succeed in this role you will have:Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Business or Organisational DevelopmentLeadership and management experience in Human ResourcesHealth and community sector experience, including reform environment is highly desirable.For further enquiries please contact: Penny Anderson, CEO, on mobile: 0408 845 256.Your Community is an Equal Opportunity and Child Safe employer who supports inclusiveness and diversity. We are dedicated to attracting and retaining people from a diverse background, including but not limited to, those identifying as LGBTIQ, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, people from cultural and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, and people with a disability.
Fixed term full time brand new role based in Central West NSW (Orange, Bathurst or Dubbo)Fantastic opportunity to play a vital role in assisting our growing organisation meet our ICT needsPackage includes private use of motor vehicleLiveBetter Community Services are one of the largest regionally based providers of community services in Eastern Australia. We strive to enable the people of regional Australia to live their best lives. We know that our staff are our greatest asset.So, what can we offer you?Support! - Backing from an experienced & professional IT Team.$$$! - Take advantage of great salary packaging benefits.Satisfaction! - Utilise your high level technical skills to get us through this crucial growth phase and beyond.Enjoyment! - A varied, challenging and rewarding role making a difference in the day to day work lives of our staff, and in turn, our customers.About the RoleThe Network Engineer works closely with managed service providers and vendors to deliver quality tech services across the entire organisation, with a particular focus on our expanding Riverina operations. This includes maintenance and management of networks, servers, systems and end-points within a Windows operating environment. The role will involve travel, including overnight stays and interstate travel.Some core responsibilities of the role include:Maintenance and management of virtual and physical networks in the LiveBetter LAN and WAN.Monitor the performance of the entire network and ensure controls are maintained to ensure efficient operation.Maintain and manage our Azure cloud and data centre environments, to ensure optimal utilisation, efficiency and cost-effectiveness, in alignment with al business units' needs.Ensure the security and availability of the networks across the organisation through information security best practices in alignment with our Information Security Management System.Implement monitoring and automation of critical event alerting and initiate actions to identify and rectify potential problems.Develop and maintain detailed infrastructure documentation.Provide input to the ICT Strategy and Enterprise Architecture.Act as an escalation point for other ICT staff for ICT service requests.Perform other ICT roles or work as requested.What we need from youWe would love to hear from you if you are an experienced and motivated ICT professional who has a high level of technical ability. You will need to be proactive and passionate about ensuing the ICT needs of our organisation are met.To convince us that you are the best person for the job, please tell us how you meet the following selection criteria:Demonstrated, extensive knowledge of enterprise networking, including:Proven experience in TCP/IP networking including MPLS WANs, cloud interconnects and site-to-site VPNs.Proven experience with QoS, with capability to implement and maintain rigid monitoring of network usage.IP Networking technologies including Cisco/HP hardware, software and management systems.Experience in a hybrid Azure cloud environment.Experience with IP telephony.Experience with security technologies including firewalls, load balancers, filtering, proxy, DNS systems and SIEM.Network design principles supporting enterprise networks.Third party provider management.Tertiary qualifications within the field of Information Technology.Proven track record of displaying initiative, innovation and strategic thinking to identify and analyse problems with a view to creating solutions.Demonstrated understanding of customer needs, quality service delivery and continuous improvement in a professional and empathic manner.Demonstrated ability to manage own workload and to perform the role of technical lead within an active ICT team.High level written and verbal communication skills.C class driver's licence and ability to travel, including overnight stays and interstate travel.It would be a bonus if you also have:Experience migrating infrastructure to Azure.Experience managing the infrastructure of a geographically wide network of sites.Experience in managing the ICT component of company amalgamations.The role involves regular travel throughout our entire operational footprint, including NSW and QLD, that will include overnight stays. The role also involves being on call outside of business hours on a rotating roster.You will also be required to:Pass a National Criminal Record.Successfully complete a Working with Children check.Pass a pre-employment medical including drug and alcohol screening.To apply for this role, you must provide as part of application process:A cover letter that addresses each of the above-mentioned selection criteria; ANDAn up to date copy of your resume.Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered.Closing date: 10pm Tuesday 23 January 2018Enquiries: Scott Tobin - Recruitment Advisor (02) 6394 8382
Are you an experienced Human Resource Professional? Do you have extensive experience with strategic and operational support?Analyse and implementation of strategic Human Resources?Company OverviewAchieve Australia has a vision of ensuring social inclusion for people with disability. Our mission is to deliver on the right of people with disability to achieve meaningful and valued lives. Achieve is a high-profile organisation with over 65 years' experience. We have the opportunity for a talented individual to join our ranks in the role of Senior Human Resources Business Partner.Your key responsibilities would include:Provide business-focused, strategic and operational Human Resource advice and services for delivery on the Achieve Australia Workforce strategy.Build strong working relationships based on credibility and open communication.Assesses and anticipate HR related needs to deliver value added service to management and employees that reflect business objectives.Interpret Human Resource policies and employment legislation, advice on risk management, and take a coaching approach to facilitate effective and consistent people management. Enable managers to assume increasing responsibility for all aspects of people management, industrial relations and change processes.Policy development and implementation of industrial and employee relations matters.Analyse trends and metrics in partnership with the Human Resource group to develop solutions, programs and policies.Actively promote cultural change and support continuous improvement within HR to provide a high quality, professional, consistent, and cohesive HR service.Support the General Manager Human Resources to implement and embed a strategic integrated approach across the organisation.Manage and resolve complex employee relations by providing high quality industrial and employee relations advice and services. Conduct effective, fit for purpose and objective investigations.Provide leadership to HR Business Partners and HR Officers to promote commitment to the delivery of the HR Team's objectives and role model effective leadership behaviours. Provide feedback, coaching and mentoring to other members of the team as required.To be successful in this role, you will have: Relevant tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related discipline with at least 2-3 years' experience as a HR Business PartnerExperience in managing a team to provide sound and professional HR advice.Significant experience in industrial relations with a sound knowledge of industrial and employee relations theory, principles, policies and practices.Demonstrated experience in providing high level HR advice, develop options, analyse risks, make good judgements and solve problems.Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain highly effective working relationships by building credibility, respect and rapport of the team and self with internal and external networks.Excellent negotiation, influencing and persuasion skills.Proven ability to secure and analyse a range of quantitative and qualitative information and use this in developing plans, solutions that meet the organisational needs.Demonstrated in clear, concise and influential written and verbal communication skills.Creative, resourceful, and pragmatic with a positive 'can do' and solution-focused attitude.Team player. Willingness to work in other areas of HR to manage peaks in the team's workload and cover for colleagues as required.How to ApplyApply now: http://achieveaustralia.recruitmenthub.com.au/Vacancies. Achieve Australia is committed to implementing safer recruitment practices. As a result your application may be subject to a number of pre-employment checks; including a criminal history, functional assessment and drug test. Please note criminal history does not immediately effect employment opportunities. Applications will be assessed on merit.
Job Reference: 3946715 | Location: North Ryde, NSW | Listed: 16 January 2018
Permanent part time brand new role based in Orange (flexible days available)Be challenged - Effectively manage work and non-work-related injury claimsBe rewarded - Be part of a not for profit organisation, contribute to the greater goodAbout LiveBetter Community ServicesLiveBetter Community Services are one of the largest regionally based providers of community services in Eastern Australia. We strive to enable the people of regional Australia to live their best lives. We know that our staff are our greatest asset. So, what can we offer you?Opportunity! - Build on your career as Injury Management Specialist by making this brand-new role your own while enjoying flexible work hours.Support! - Join an experienced & professional People & Culture team.$$$! - Take advantage of great salary packaging benefits.Enjoyment! - A varied, challenging and rewarding role making a difference in the day to day work lives of our staff and customersAbout the RoleThe primary purpose of the role is to effectively manage work and non-related injury and illness claims, both physical and psychological ensuring alignment with Australian Legislation and LiveBetter's Policies and Procedures. In addition, the role will be responsible for contributing to and driving continuous improvement of the systems and procedures for claims support and management and deliver solutions relating to employee care which support the business servicesThis role also provides specialist advice through workplace health and safety assessments e.g. workstation ergonomic assessments and contributes where appropriate to WHS incident investigations. Some core responsibilities include:Contribute to the development, review and maintenance of processes for the efficient and cost-effective management of workers' compensation, rehabilitation and return-to-work, common law and premium management.Manage all workers compensation claims to achieve the best outcome for all parties.Liaise with injured employees, managers, insurers and medical and rehab providers to manage injuries, monitor claims and ensure progress is being made.Develop, implement and monitor effective return-to-work plans.Promote and encourage safety behaviours and the implementation of risk management principles across the business.Conduct claims reviews with insurers and monitor costs of claims and yearly premium figures.Manage all related administration, including notifying injuries to insurers, calculating weekly compensation payments, reconciling compensation reimbursements, and ensuring consistency and accuracy of information.Please see attached position description for a more detailed list of responsibilities.What LiveBetter needs from youWe would love to hear from you if you are a professional and caring person who is prepared to embrace our values of Integrity, Respect, Cooperation, Empowerment and Excellence in your day to day work life. To convince us that you are the best person for the job, please tell us how you meet the following selection criteria:Accredited trained Return to Work Coordinator.Minimum 3 years' experience as an employer's Return to Work Coordinator managing both physical and psychological workers compensation claims, and the development of suitable duties plans i.e. end to end case management.Experience in the development and implementation of new Workers Compensation and Injury Management tools and programs.Expert knowledge of current trends and best practice in workers compensation and injury management.Ability to gather and analyse information from a range of sources and formulate effective pragmatic Workers Compensation and Injury Management solutions to meet business requirements.Self-motivated and able to work independently on multiple activities, prioritise and adapt to changing conditions.Experience in effectively communicating and negotiating with a diverse range of stakeholders at various levels (both verbal and written), including medical and legal practitioners.Drivers Licence and the ability and willingness to travel, including some overnight stays.You will also be required to:Undertake and pass a national criminal check.Undertake and pass a pre-employment medical (including drug and alcohol screening).Undertake and pass a working with children check.To apply for this role, you must provide as part of the online application process:A cover letter that addresses each of the above mentioned selection criteria; ANDAn up to date copy of your resume.Closing date: 10pm Wednesday 24 January 2018Enquiries: Chris Savva - WHS - Risk Manager 02 6391 2400
Work with a great team of people who are dedicated to successDiscounts on company productsFlexible working hours supporting a work/life balanceAbout UsRamcar is a leading wholesaler and retailer of lead acid batteries for applications such as automotive, commercial, marine and industrial. Our brands, SuperCharge, Exide and Marshall are well known and highly respected by industry and consumers alike.About the JobReporting to the Human Resources Manager and located in Braeside, you are responsible for the administrative support of day-to-day HR operations and accountable for a range of duties including but not limited to:Serving as a first point of contact to all employees on general HR matters and escalate as neededProvide general office administration assistance as required to HR Team members in relation to HR systems, databases, documentation, projects, etcCoordination of office maintenance (main contact for cleaning companies/ stationary, etc)Management of the Payroll, HR and Recruitment inboxesProvide administration support facilitating end-to-end recruitmentAbout YouTo be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate the following competencies:Strong customer focus and the ability to connect with customersAdvanced Microsoft Office & Computer SkillsSuperior attention to detailProactive and professional attitudeAssertive and resilientWell organised and proficient communicatorTeam focusedDemonstrated experience in HR & Administration practices (minimum of 3 to 5 years')This position is available for an immediate start, so apply for this great opportunity now!Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.No recruitment agencies please.
SkyBus is going places! We are rapidly expanding and very successful transport tourism (bus) business that is currently offering an excellent opportunity for an experienced and talented Return to Work Co-Ordinator to join the team - 2 days a week.About the OpportunityWe are looking for a proactive, committed and results driven RTW Co-ordinator to work in our Tullamarine head office. You will be part of a crew that is results driven, friendly and overall great to be a part of. You will be responsible for injury management and intervention in a positive and pro-active manner, dealing with our injured employees, workcover insurance and internal staff to ensure quality outcomes are achieved for all stakeholders.The role, reporting through to the Group Health, Safety and Environment Manager will be responsible for:Provide early intervention and full support in injury managementPro-actively assist injured workers to stay at work or return to workDrive treatment goals with the aim for workers to return to pre injury dutiesDeliver in best practice injury managementCompleting all the administrative tasks associated with injured workers files ie RTW plans, workcover insurance, re-hab providers requirements etcHelping with proactive strategies to prevent injuriesDeveloping early intervention programs to minimise injury riskCoach business leaders in best practice of injury prevention and managementOur ideal applicant will be able to demonstrate:Extensive experience in workcover claims management and injury management with knowledge of insurer requirements, workcover processesReturn to work coordinator certificationHigh level communication skills with the ability to effectively liaise with a wide demographic of stakeholders including workers, senior business leaders, health professionals and insurersA positive approach to driving successful outcomes for injured workers and the businessA capacity to deal with emotionally charged situations in a logical and methodical mannerSound Microsoft office and general management skillsCapacity to drive outcomes, deal with ambiguity and consider broad business objectivesInjury management qualifications will be viewed favourablyIf you meet the above criteria please apply by following the link below.