Human Resources Business Partner

at  atWork Australia

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia - 00000

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Immediate14 Sep, 2022Not Specified14 Jun, 2022N/AInterpersonal Skills,Computer Literacy,Team SpiritNoNo
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Company Description
atWork Australia is a leading employment services provider working with Australians across the nation. We empower job seekers, supporting them to build better working lives.
To do that, we work with people to identify their goals and aspirations, build skills and job-readiness and support them through interviews and into employment - as well as work with prospective employers to ensure their needs are met. In short, our approach is to support a person in the way that most helps them transform their life.
At the heart of what we do is the belief that employment transforms lives, not only the lives of individuals, also the lives of their family and friends and the communities they live in. This belief governs all that we do, and how we do it.
Job Description
We have a fantastic opportunity for a self-motivated HR Business Partner to join our team. This newly created role will work closely with leaders to implement and support the people strategy across the division. Ideally you will be an experienced professional who thrives on working in a dynamic environment who has a reputation for achieving positive people-related results.

You will be responsible for the provision of operational HR advice and support which contributes to the delivery of divisional and brand strategic objectives. In addition, the Human Resources Business Partner will manage, and coordinate processes and programs relating to the employee lifecycle and support the Senior Manager Human Resources in delivering the people agenda. Key tasks will include:

  • Manage, deliver and monitor the Managing for Excellence performance management program including coordination of the annual performance and remuneration review processes
  • Manage, coordinate and support the delivery of HR projects, programs and people initiatives which support retention and engagement of our people
  • Ensure that grievances, complaints and ER matters are handled promptly and sensitively and provide timely and appropriate advice and support to people leaders
  • Provide coaching, support and advice to people leaders in relation to managing the performance of their team members
  • Keep abreast of legislative changes and undertake activities, such as remuneration reviews, for relevant client group to ensure compliance with Modern Awards
  • Undertake investigations and case management activities as required and in line with policies, processes and best practice
  • Participate in continuous improvement activities

Qualifications

ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • HR Generalist and business partnering experience
  • Tertiary qualification in Human Resources or a relevant discipline
  • Demonstrated experience in the management of a broad range of ER matters
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to provide excellent stakeholder support
  • Computer literacy with proficient use of Microsoft office software applications
  • Experience in Employment Services is advantageous
    Additional Information
    This is a fantastic opportunity for someone seeking to work within a dynamic and growing organisation with a terrific team work environment where stakeholder support, team spirit and respect are key features.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage, deliver and monitor the Managing for Excellence performance management program including coordination of the annual performance and remuneration review processes
  • Manage, coordinate and support the delivery of HR projects, programs and people initiatives which support retention and engagement of our people
  • Ensure that grievances, complaints and ER matters are handled promptly and sensitively and provide timely and appropriate advice and support to people leaders
  • Provide coaching, support and advice to people leaders in relation to managing the performance of their team members
  • Keep abreast of legislative changes and undertake activities, such as remuneration reviews, for relevant client group to ensure compliance with Modern Awards
  • Undertake investigations and case management activities as required and in line with policies, processes and best practice
  • Participate in continuous improvement activitie


REQUIREMENT SUMMARY

Min:N/AMax:5.0 year(s)

Human Resources/HR

HR / Administration / IR

HR

Graduate

Proficient

1

Sydney NSW, Australia