Ngaanyatjarra Health Services
Newly established role - make your mark! A unique experience to further your career in a fascinating and rewarding role Competitive salary salary sacrifice options, 5 weeks annual leave and airfare allowanceAboriginal applicants are encouraged to applyNgaanyatjarra Health Service is an Aboriginal Community controlled health service providing primary health care on the Ngaanyatjarra Lands in the Central Desert region of Western Australia. We currently have an opportunity for an experienced professional to join our team.The Director of People and Capability is a newly established role to integrate the existing functions of Human Resources, Finance, ICT, Administration, Logistics and Assets teams into a Capabilities Services Model.In this role you will lead the development of organisational capability and performance. Your responsibilities will also include planning, implementing and maintaining compliance throughout the organisation, providing advice to staff and management regarding best practice.This position is based in Alice Springs; however, occasional travel to the Ngaanyatjarra Lands in WA will be required.This is an exciting opportunity for an innovative and highly motivated individual who has an understanding of workforce development and Aboriginal culture.This position offers an attractive salary package with the benefit of salary sacrificing, 9.5% superannuation, 5 weeks annual leave per annum plus an annual airfare to the value of $1,600.Applications close on Tuesday 13th June 2017
Outstanding new opportunityHead Office - Eastwood location Attractive benefitsEldercare's 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 Eldercare.Eldercare has an exciting opportunity to join the People & Culture team in the newly created position of Student Placement Coordinator.As Student Placement Coordinator you will be the ambassador and key administrative contact point for Eldercare's student placement program. In this role, you will support the design, development and implementation of a strategic and effective student placement program and will be responsible for the recruitment, coordination and engagement of students. You will also play a critical role in building positive working relationships and ensuing effective lines of communication between partnering educational institutions, Eldercare management and students.Reporting to the HR Manager, you will work closely with Site Operations Management, educational institutions and placement studentsTo be successful in this role you will possess:Tertiary qualifications in HR/ OD or a related field, or minimum of three years' work experienceSignificant experience in staff recruitment or student placement programsWorking knowledge of post-secondary educationExcellent interpersonal skills with an ability to develop relationships and liaise with a wide range of internal and external stakeholdersWell-developed written and oral communication skills with demonstrated ability to produce a range of high quality written materialDemonstrated ability to work independently under broad supervision and also to work effectively as a member of a teamExcellent time management, coordination and organisational skillsProven ability to plan, implement and evaluate projects with in a diverse work environmentStrong computer literacy skills and information technology capabilities with a large range of software, including Microsoft Office suite, databases and emailYou 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 opportunity please contact Kimberly Dobinson, Human Resources Manager on (08) 8291 1003.
The Hills Shire Council
Norwest Business Park LocationModern OfficeDevelopment Opportunities An opportunity exists for a motivated and engaging individual to join our Workforce Strategy & Business Improvement Team.The Hills Shire Council is customer focused, performance driven and one of the most financially stable councils in NSW. We encourage innovation and continuous improvement to deliver quality services and infrastructure to our community.WHO ARE YOU?Here at The Hills Shire Council we are looking for someone who has a CAN DO attitude, takes initiative, works collaboratively and looks for creative solutions that contribute to motivating and guiding our workforce to conduct their work safely.ABOUT THE POSITIONReporting to the Senior Coordinator Workplace Health & Safety, you will provide advice to staff on WHS matters, promote a positive safety culture, and implement best practice and safety standards.Qualifications and ExperienceTertiary Qualifications in WHS and/or 2-3 years' experience in a similar role.Thorough knowledge of WHS legislation, principles & practicesExperience in workers compensation, risk management (including SWMS), hazard identification and incident investigation.Well-developed communication and written skillsClass C Drivers licenceThis is a permanent full time role. Salary range is - $71,042.92 to $74,807.20 pa plus Superannuation Position No: S0840To apply, visit Council's website and submit your on-line application by 5pm on Thursday 13th July 2017. For further information please refer to the Role Statement.Recruitment Agencies: The Hills Shire Council does recruitment in-house and therefore does not accept unsolicited resumes or appreciate unsolicited calls from recruitment agencies.
Royal Flying Doctor Service WA
Full time, 3 year contractThe Royal Flying Doctor Service, Western Operations (RFDSWO) has an outstanding history of service and excellence in aero-medical and primary health care across Western Australia.As one of Australia's most iconic brands, every hour of every day the RFDSWO is performing life saving work across Western Australia.We have a rare opportunity for an experienced, enthusiastic Human Resources Business Partner to join our People and Culture team in Jandakot.Reporting to the General Manager People and Culture, in this role you will partner with leaders to build capability across our business. This is a generalist position, working collaboratively with leaders and employees in support of RFDS objectives.The role includes:Providing strategic and operational HR advice to leaders across the full range of people practices including performance management, employee relations, remuneration and benefits and organisational change;Supporting leaders in the recruitment and selection of new employees;Coaching and assisting leaders to build capability through the business;Anticipating people-related needs, and implementing plans to address them;Continuously improving our people practices in support of RFDS business objectives;Interpreting, reviewing and developing HR policies; andCoordinating and facilitating the induction of new employees.We are looking for someone with:Substantial broad generalist human resources experience, both operational and project workProven skills in coaching, communicating and influencingSignificant experience with effective performance management, disciplinary processes, and workplace investigationsOutstanding written and verbal communication skillsDemonstrated ability to foster and lead organisational changeStrong analytical and problem solving skillsA degree or higher qualification in Human Resources or a related disciplineAlongside your broad generalist experience, deeper expertise in one or more elements of People and Culture practice, such as Recruitment, Organisational Development or Change Management, will be highly regarded.If this sounds like you and you have a passion to make a difference, we would love to hear from you!To apply for this role, please submit a resume and cover letter to: www.rfdswajobs.com.auApplications close 16th July 2017.
Ever felt the pressure of the sale? Or felt like your ability to suggest the right candidate was compromised by your responsibility to bring in the dollars? At Talent Propeller, we look at recruitment differently. Instead of following a traditional agency model, we help our clients help themselves.When they join us, they learn how to streamline their own recruitment processes with a combination of cutting-edge technology, tailored strategy and personalised, top-tier customer service.We don't believe that recruitment is a one-size-fits-all situation, so our clients are free to choose which tools they'd like and what level of involvement they want from us at any given time. There're no lock-in contracts and no placement fees - and crucially, we pride ourselves on being unbiased and transparent. Which means no reverse-marketing, no hidden financial agenda, and nothing at all getting between us and our best judgement.Guess what? Right now, we're looking for creative, intuitive individuals who share our vision.As a Recruiter, you're talented by definition. You already have communication and analytical skills beyond most people's wildest dreams. And you have an innate desire to solve problems, find solutions, and approach each challenge afresh with a brand new strategy.Whether or not you were working back in 1990, you'll no doubt be well aware that with a fleet of new technologies and a wealth of analytics at our disposal, recruitment today is a whole new ball game. So if you're tired of applying the same approach to each role, and hungry for more creativity and less bias, then great - please step right this way!We've already said that we do things a little differently. And we don't do anything by halves. So if you've got the passion, the energy and the ambition to continuously innovate and drive change in the recruitment sector, and if you share our commitment to giving clients exactly what they want … then you're going to love it.You'll also love the opportunity to progress and grow professionally with us. We're multi-national and constantly growing, so getting in now puts you in the driver's seat of your career.And you'll definitely enjoy our newly-built office in the heart of the city, team morning teas, wine and gourmet cheese every Friday and the full support of a passionate, motivated team.Simply register your interest below. We'll be in touch.