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    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$671 - AU$672, per day, + super
    • full-time
    The Talent Acquisition Lead is responsible for leading the execution and management of attraction, sourcing andassessment strategies to identify and secure high calibre candidates with specific industry experience.Provide specialised talent acquisition expertise to improve quality hiring decisions, partnering with the business and skills team to understand their operational workforce plans in order to proactively source and attract the right candidates utilising assessment methods, creating talent pipelines, talent pools and succession planning.Undertake lead recruitment responsibilities and manage a pool of Talent Acquisition Advisors in order to ensure day to day expertise is delivered.Leading the provision of expert industry insights, knowledge and networks, the position will align and partner with Skills Teams and corporate areas to proactively plan and manage immediate resourcing needs as well as future requirements.Build the capability for effective hiring decisions by supporting Hiring Managers in designing and implementing effective targeted hiring activities.Develop and execute industry specific internal and external talent pools allowing pre-qualified high potential candidates to be profiled and shared internally in order to measurably improve the quality of talent and to fill roles efficiently.Liaise with recruitment agencies to access industry specific services and insights that can be used to drive the acquisition of talent.Oversee the governance and compliance of selection committee activities, providing advice that proactively resolves issues rather than responds to issues.Provide selection process support by shortlisting applicants, ensuring compliance with public sector requirements by providing a recommendation of applicants for Hiring Managers to interview.Provide industry specific talent acquisition insights and intelligence to subject matter experts (SME’s) in order to ensure recruitment processes and practices deliver ‘best fit’ candidates for roles.Lead the development of a skills team specific dashboard of Talent Acquisition Analytics including e.g. hard to fill roles, turnover, retention of new hires, probation analytics.Key Challenges:Providing specialist recruitment expertise that enables the execution of value adding talent acquisition strategies.Providing operational support (e.g. shortlisting applicants) while working in a high volume, needs driven environment.BenefitsTalent Acquisition Lead - NSW State Government6+ months contractLocation - state-wideCandidates require their own laptopsPay rate: max $671 per day + SuperAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    The Talent Acquisition Lead is responsible for leading the execution and management of attraction, sourcing andassessment strategies to identify and secure high calibre candidates with specific industry experience.Provide specialised talent acquisition expertise to improve quality hiring decisions, partnering with the business and skills team to understand their operational workforce plans in order to proactively source and attract the right candidates utilising assessment methods, creating talent pipelines, talent pools and succession planning.Undertake lead recruitment responsibilities and manage a pool of Talent Acquisition Advisors in order to ensure day to day expertise is delivered.Leading the provision of expert industry insights, knowledge and networks, the position will align and partner with Skills Teams and corporate areas to proactively plan and manage immediate resourcing needs as well as future requirements.Build the capability for effective hiring decisions by supporting Hiring Managers in designing and implementing effective targeted hiring activities.Develop and execute industry specific internal and external talent pools allowing pre-qualified high potential candidates to be profiled and shared internally in order to measurably improve the quality of talent and to fill roles efficiently.Liaise with recruitment agencies to access industry specific services and insights that can be used to drive the acquisition of talent.Oversee the governance and compliance of selection committee activities, providing advice that proactively resolves issues rather than responds to issues.Provide selection process support by shortlisting applicants, ensuring compliance with public sector requirements by providing a recommendation of applicants for Hiring Managers to interview.Provide industry specific talent acquisition insights and intelligence to subject matter experts (SME’s) in order to ensure recruitment processes and practices deliver ‘best fit’ candidates for roles.Lead the development of a skills team specific dashboard of Talent Acquisition Analytics including e.g. hard to fill roles, turnover, retention of new hires, probation analytics.Key Challenges:Providing specialist recruitment expertise that enables the execution of value adding talent acquisition strategies.Providing operational support (e.g. shortlisting applicants) while working in a high volume, needs driven environment.BenefitsTalent Acquisition Lead - NSW State Government6+ months contractLocation - state-wideCandidates require their own laptopsPay rate: max $671 per day + SuperAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$420 - AU$421, per day, + super
    • full-time
    The Talent Acquisition Officer is responsible for providing administrative support and advice for the delivery of customerfocussed end to end talent acquisition activities.Administer high volume end to end talent acquisition transactions via the online recruitment system including, uploading jobs, drafting and uploading of advertisements, conducting initial shortlisting (longlist), coordinating interview logistics, undertaking quality checks, coordinating offers of employment and closing out jobs.Generate letters of offers and new starter paperwork in order to ensure an efficient offer process.Initiate and process on boarding paperwork and requests (including pre-employment checks, accommodation and ICT payroll) to ensure a positive and timely on boarding experience.Utilise and maintain the online Position Description library to ensure up to date and consistent information is used throughout the attraction and selection process.Respond to recruitment enquiries providing accurate recruitment advice in order to support customers.Coordinate the logistics of interview/assessment centre activities to support efficient and timely bulk recruitment activities.Provide recruitment reporting updates such as metrics and data to ensure relevant stakeholders are informed of activities and make effective recruitment decisions.Work with the Line Manager to develop and review meaningful individual performance development and review plans.Key ChallengesWorking within a high volume environment while maintaining accuracy of data, logistics and coordinationdetails.Benefits:Contract length: 6 months Pay rate: max $420 per day + SuperLocation: state-wide, need to be on a campus but may need to start from home until accommodation can be sorted (this can be discussed further in the briefingCandidates require their own laptopsAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    The Talent Acquisition Officer is responsible for providing administrative support and advice for the delivery of customerfocussed end to end talent acquisition activities.Administer high volume end to end talent acquisition transactions via the online recruitment system including, uploading jobs, drafting and uploading of advertisements, conducting initial shortlisting (longlist), coordinating interview logistics, undertaking quality checks, coordinating offers of employment and closing out jobs.Generate letters of offers and new starter paperwork in order to ensure an efficient offer process.Initiate and process on boarding paperwork and requests (including pre-employment checks, accommodation and ICT payroll) to ensure a positive and timely on boarding experience.Utilise and maintain the online Position Description library to ensure up to date and consistent information is used throughout the attraction and selection process.Respond to recruitment enquiries providing accurate recruitment advice in order to support customers.Coordinate the logistics of interview/assessment centre activities to support efficient and timely bulk recruitment activities.Provide recruitment reporting updates such as metrics and data to ensure relevant stakeholders are informed of activities and make effective recruitment decisions.Work with the Line Manager to develop and review meaningful individual performance development and review plans.Key ChallengesWorking within a high volume environment while maintaining accuracy of data, logistics and coordinationdetails.Benefits:Contract length: 6 months Pay rate: max $420 per day + SuperLocation: state-wide, need to be on a campus but may need to start from home until accommodation can be sorted (this can be discussed further in the briefingCandidates require their own laptopsAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$60.00 per hour
    • full-time
    About the roleThis role is 50% looking after the Corporate portfolio, 50% portfolio peak support. There is an experienced Talent Business Partner who owns the corporate portfolio, this role would be assisting with the volume in that portfolio and this person will be well supported by the Talent Business Partner and other Talent Business Partners to support in other portfolios as requiredAbout the ideal candidate:The ideal candidate will have worked in a similar role, but in short you will have:Experience in End to End recruitmentProficient in using Success Factors for search, talent pooling and candidate managementIT recruitment experience preferredProactive Sourcing skills (eg LinkedIn Recruiter, Seek Talent Search, ATSsearch) to identify and engage with candidatesWhat’s in it for you? Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling servicesIf this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to daniel.perry@randstad.com.au or apply belowAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    About the roleThis role is 50% looking after the Corporate portfolio, 50% portfolio peak support. There is an experienced Talent Business Partner who owns the corporate portfolio, this role would be assisting with the volume in that portfolio and this person will be well supported by the Talent Business Partner and other Talent Business Partners to support in other portfolios as requiredAbout the ideal candidate:The ideal candidate will have worked in a similar role, but in short you will have:Experience in End to End recruitmentProficient in using Success Factors for search, talent pooling and candidate managementIT recruitment experience preferredProactive Sourcing skills (eg LinkedIn Recruiter, Seek Talent Search, ATSsearch) to identify and engage with candidatesWhat’s in it for you? Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling servicesIf this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to daniel.perry@randstad.com.au or apply belowAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$46.00 - AU$49.00, per hour, + super
    • full-time
    This support role will provide program and project management support services with a focus on HR, recruitment and workforce management.The role will be heavily involved in the contingent recruitment process. This will include end to end activities such as raising requisitions, managing CV's, coordinating interviews, supporting onboarding. Much of this is managed via the Vendor Management System (Fieldglass). Experience with similar technologies would be valuable. Experience with managing/coordinating end to end recruitment process will also be looked upon favourably.Duties:• Conducting comparative and suitability assessments as panel member• Selection panel report writing• Scheduling candidates for interview timeslots, organising and administering work sample assessment tasks, conducting reference checks• General support for program and project management initiatives• General administration including filing confidential documents, use of Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel and PowerpointEssential Requirements:• Basic understanding of HR and recruitment• Previous customer service within complex organisation• High attention to detail• Excellent written and verbal communication• Microsoft Office - basic Excel, intermediate Word (formatting, reformatting, converting to other file types), basic PowerpointIdeal candidates will have at least 12 months experience within NSW governmentHighly desirable:• Report writing• Ability to interpret online psychometric assessments results• Experience with Taleo and/or Page UpBenefits:Start Date: ASAPEnd date: 31 Dec 2022 with a view of extension based on performance.Pay Rate: $46.00 - $49.00/hour excl superHours/day: 8Hours/week: 40Location: Mixed WFH home and in ParramattaApply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV . For confidential discussion, please don't hesitate to contact me on 0499 499 386 or email: sara.alonso@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    This support role will provide program and project management support services with a focus on HR, recruitment and workforce management.The role will be heavily involved in the contingent recruitment process. This will include end to end activities such as raising requisitions, managing CV's, coordinating interviews, supporting onboarding. Much of this is managed via the Vendor Management System (Fieldglass). Experience with similar technologies would be valuable. Experience with managing/coordinating end to end recruitment process will also be looked upon favourably.Duties:• Conducting comparative and suitability assessments as panel member• Selection panel report writing• Scheduling candidates for interview timeslots, organising and administering work sample assessment tasks, conducting reference checks• General support for program and project management initiatives• General administration including filing confidential documents, use of Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel and PowerpointEssential Requirements:• Basic understanding of HR and recruitment• Previous customer service within complex organisation• High attention to detail• Excellent written and verbal communication• Microsoft Office - basic Excel, intermediate Word (formatting, reformatting, converting to other file types), basic PowerpointIdeal candidates will have at least 12 months experience within NSW governmentHighly desirable:• Report writing• Ability to interpret online psychometric assessments results• Experience with Taleo and/or Page UpBenefits:Start Date: ASAPEnd date: 31 Dec 2022 with a view of extension based on performance.Pay Rate: $46.00 - $49.00/hour excl superHours/day: 8Hours/week: 40Location: Mixed WFH home and in ParramattaApply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV . For confidential discussion, please don't hesitate to contact me on 0499 499 386 or email: sara.alonso@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$500 - AU$550, per day, + super
    • full-time
    Job Details: The role is responsible for the design and facilitation of NSW emergency management training, exercising policies and procedures for the Security, Crisis and Emergency Management. It provides expert advice for the development of NSW emergency management training framework to support the preparedness, response and recovery capability. Key Accountabilities:Design and facilitate training and exercise programs to meet the current and future capability needs, applying a training needs analysis process to support the program.Develop, plan and manage the implementation of various emergency training and exercise programs for key internal stakeholders.Liaise with key external agencies for the development and delivery of emergency management training and exercise programs.Role Description:Prepare and develop various emergency training management policies as per business objectives.Coordinate and manage the emergency management training and exercise programs, develop strategies and execute delivery of programs as per business objectives.Research, analyse and evaluate current emergency management programs that contribute to the continuous improvement.Demonstrate the five ways of leading behaviours to deliver organisational outcomes for our customers, our people and communities for the greater goodBenefits:Location: Macquarie Park and WFH (1-2 days per week in office)Start Date: ASAPEnd Date: 23 Dec 2022Pay Rate : $550 per day excluding SuperHours of work: 35 hrs per weekApply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV . For confidential discussion, please don't hesitate to contact me on 0499 499 386 or email: sara.alonso@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Job Details: The role is responsible for the design and facilitation of NSW emergency management training, exercising policies and procedures for the Security, Crisis and Emergency Management. It provides expert advice for the development of NSW emergency management training framework to support the preparedness, response and recovery capability. Key Accountabilities:Design and facilitate training and exercise programs to meet the current and future capability needs, applying a training needs analysis process to support the program.Develop, plan and manage the implementation of various emergency training and exercise programs for key internal stakeholders.Liaise with key external agencies for the development and delivery of emergency management training and exercise programs.Role Description:Prepare and develop various emergency training management policies as per business objectives.Coordinate and manage the emergency management training and exercise programs, develop strategies and execute delivery of programs as per business objectives.Research, analyse and evaluate current emergency management programs that contribute to the continuous improvement.Demonstrate the five ways of leading behaviours to deliver organisational outcomes for our customers, our people and communities for the greater goodBenefits:Location: Macquarie Park and WFH (1-2 days per week in office)Start Date: ASAPEnd Date: 23 Dec 2022Pay Rate : $550 per day excluding SuperHours of work: 35 hrs per weekApply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV . For confidential discussion, please don't hesitate to contact me on 0499 499 386 or email: sara.alonso@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$75.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, + super
    • full-time
    The role provides recruitment support and solutions to enable the selection and engagement of the most capable staff for a wide range of roles and comply with NSW Government legislation ensuring proactive, client focused, capability-based recruitment services, contemporary recruitment solutions and strategies and advice across the cluster.Key accountabilitiesProvide end to end resourcing and recruitment services across the cluster by providing advice and support to managers on recruitment and mobility options and undertake recruitment processes and activities to ensure the engagement of the best candidate for the role.Act as a subject matter expert by providing guidance and direction to the business on best practice recruitment and workforce resourcing initiatives including devising contemporary strategies for the delivery of targeted advertising campaigns, pre-screening techniques, assessment tolls and interview methodologies to ensure hiring managers are equipped to make the right hiring decisions.Contribute to the continuous improvement of workforce resourcing practices, processes and service level standards by working collaboratively with People, Performance and Culture teams on a wide range of workforce management, mobility and recruitment projects.Network, build and maintain relationships with employees, candidates, external organisations such as other government agencies, search firms and the private sector and proactively promote the cluster through partnership opportunities to attract potential employees. Coordinate the ongoing management of talent pools, ensuring that available roles are reviewed for suitability and partner with managers to effectively assess candidates and guide appropriate recommendations.Build and maintain effective relationships with a range of internal stakeholders including People Performance and Culture, Learning, IT, Safety and Wellbeing and Diversity and Inclusion.Develop and implement reporting tools and indicators to identify insights and provide intelligence into the recruitment and related activities and monitor, review and evaluate recruitment activities to provide evidence based recommendations to improve processes and efficiency in recruitment service.Key challengesMaintaining constantly evolving knowledge of recruitment best practice and supporting the application of current and future workforce resourcing.greements and delegations. Influencing Hiring Supporting a variety of Divisions with different work practices, industrial aManagers to follow a fair and transparent process based on GSE requirements.BenefitsStart Date: ASAPEnd Date: 12th May 2023Pay: $75-$80/hr + superHours: 7hr/day 35hr/week Location: Parramatta (currently working from home)Apply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV . For confidential discussion, please don't hesitate to contact me on 0499 499 386 or email: sara.alonso@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    The role provides recruitment support and solutions to enable the selection and engagement of the most capable staff for a wide range of roles and comply with NSW Government legislation ensuring proactive, client focused, capability-based recruitment services, contemporary recruitment solutions and strategies and advice across the cluster.Key accountabilitiesProvide end to end resourcing and recruitment services across the cluster by providing advice and support to managers on recruitment and mobility options and undertake recruitment processes and activities to ensure the engagement of the best candidate for the role.Act as a subject matter expert by providing guidance and direction to the business on best practice recruitment and workforce resourcing initiatives including devising contemporary strategies for the delivery of targeted advertising campaigns, pre-screening techniques, assessment tolls and interview methodologies to ensure hiring managers are equipped to make the right hiring decisions.Contribute to the continuous improvement of workforce resourcing practices, processes and service level standards by working collaboratively with People, Performance and Culture teams on a wide range of workforce management, mobility and recruitment projects.Network, build and maintain relationships with employees, candidates, external organisations such as other government agencies, search firms and the private sector and proactively promote the cluster through partnership opportunities to attract potential employees. Coordinate the ongoing management of talent pools, ensuring that available roles are reviewed for suitability and partner with managers to effectively assess candidates and guide appropriate recommendations.Build and maintain effective relationships with a range of internal stakeholders including People Performance and Culture, Learning, IT, Safety and Wellbeing and Diversity and Inclusion.Develop and implement reporting tools and indicators to identify insights and provide intelligence into the recruitment and related activities and monitor, review and evaluate recruitment activities to provide evidence based recommendations to improve processes and efficiency in recruitment service.Key challengesMaintaining constantly evolving knowledge of recruitment best practice and supporting the application of current and future workforce resourcing.greements and delegations. Influencing Hiring Supporting a variety of Divisions with different work practices, industrial aManagers to follow a fair and transparent process based on GSE requirements.BenefitsStart Date: ASAPEnd Date: 12th May 2023Pay: $75-$80/hr + superHours: 7hr/day 35hr/week Location: Parramatta (currently working from home)Apply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV . For confidential discussion, please don't hesitate to contact me on 0499 499 386 or email: sara.alonso@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • full-time
    The Learning and Capability Partner is responsible for designing and developing a range of learning programs to upskill and train employees. As most of the policies and procedures are newly developed and with a new team of employees, this role will be fundamental in providing necessary training to team members, so they are well equipped to carry out their roles.Key accountabilities Drive capability by coaching and upskilling managers to empower them to effectively lead and develop their teams.Support and guide initiatives that will drive engagement and a positive culture such as – engagement survey, recognition programs, induction and ongoing and all L&D initiatives.Facilitate any workshops or training sessions in accordance with our training programs.Design and maintain a broad range of learning solutions (spanning compliance, professional development, and systems) for delivery using different learning modes.Coordinate the timely delivery of learning solutions to ensure stakeholders are proactively engaged and regulatory and operational requirements are met.Maintain and interpret data and prepare relevant reports as required.Develop online learning modules; design and build our Graduate/Intern Program and a leadership program (when required).Design and implement a competency framework across the organisation.Skills and experience Demonstrated knowledge of Capability, Learning and Development with experience in instructional design or learning advisory roles within a corporate environmentExperience in developing People & Capability strategies and plans that are aligned to the business strategyAbility to independently lead and deliver projects.Benefits: Great team culture in a constantly growing organisation12months contract + possible extension based on performanceFlexible Work Arrangements (3 days CBD office, 2 days from home)Apply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV . For confidential discussion, please don't hesitate to contact me on 0499 499 386 or email: sara.alonso@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    The Learning and Capability Partner is responsible for designing and developing a range of learning programs to upskill and train employees. As most of the policies and procedures are newly developed and with a new team of employees, this role will be fundamental in providing necessary training to team members, so they are well equipped to carry out their roles.Key accountabilities Drive capability by coaching and upskilling managers to empower them to effectively lead and develop their teams.Support and guide initiatives that will drive engagement and a positive culture such as – engagement survey, recognition programs, induction and ongoing and all L&D initiatives.Facilitate any workshops or training sessions in accordance with our training programs.Design and maintain a broad range of learning solutions (spanning compliance, professional development, and systems) for delivery using different learning modes.Coordinate the timely delivery of learning solutions to ensure stakeholders are proactively engaged and regulatory and operational requirements are met.Maintain and interpret data and prepare relevant reports as required.Develop online learning modules; design and build our Graduate/Intern Program and a leadership program (when required).Design and implement a competency framework across the organisation.Skills and experience Demonstrated knowledge of Capability, Learning and Development with experience in instructional design or learning advisory roles within a corporate environmentExperience in developing People & Capability strategies and plans that are aligned to the business strategyAbility to independently lead and deliver projects.Benefits: Great team culture in a constantly growing organisation12months contract + possible extension based on performanceFlexible Work Arrangements (3 days CBD office, 2 days from home)Apply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV . For confidential discussion, please don't hesitate to contact me on 0499 499 386 or email: sara.alonso@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$500 - AU$600, per day, + super
    • full-time
    People and Culture Advisor As the P&C Advisor, you will be responsible for but not limited to:Provide contemporary and high quality generalist HR expertise and experience across the full spectrum of the People agendaProvide professional advice, support and guidance to management and staffCoordinate, organise and implement HR projects as required (capability, leadership, L&D)Assist in scoping out projects, processes and procedures, responsibilities and timeframes to achieve objectives and provide support in the creation/execution of communication material of project details to relevant stakeholders in a timely mannerSupport and lead change programsCoach Managers with performance management issues and disciplinary processes along with Employment Agreements and Enterprise Agreement issuesDevelop risk and mitigation plans for BU projects and EA negotiations in conjunction with the IR specialistRequirements:- HR experience- Previous Government experience- Strong understanding of Australian Employment Legislation, Employee and Industrial Relations and being capable of applying that knowledge in negotiations- Resilient, highly organised, driven and comfortable working autonomously and part of a teamBenefits:Location: Sydney Flexible work arrangementsContract Length: 6-12 months 35 hrs per weekApply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV . For confidential discussion, please don't hesitate to contact me on 0499 499 386 or email: sara.alonso@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    People and Culture Advisor As the P&C Advisor, you will be responsible for but not limited to:Provide contemporary and high quality generalist HR expertise and experience across the full spectrum of the People agendaProvide professional advice, support and guidance to management and staffCoordinate, organise and implement HR projects as required (capability, leadership, L&D)Assist in scoping out projects, processes and procedures, responsibilities and timeframes to achieve objectives and provide support in the creation/execution of communication material of project details to relevant stakeholders in a timely mannerSupport and lead change programsCoach Managers with performance management issues and disciplinary processes along with Employment Agreements and Enterprise Agreement issuesDevelop risk and mitigation plans for BU projects and EA negotiations in conjunction with the IR specialistRequirements:- HR experience- Previous Government experience- Strong understanding of Australian Employment Legislation, Employee and Industrial Relations and being capable of applying that knowledge in negotiations- Resilient, highly organised, driven and comfortable working autonomously and part of a teamBenefits:Location: Sydney Flexible work arrangementsContract Length: 6-12 months 35 hrs per weekApply directly using the link provided or by submitting your CV . For confidential discussion, please don't hesitate to contact me on 0499 499 386 or email: sara.alonso@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$80,000 - AU$90,000, per year, Super
    • full-time
    Position SummaryWorking within the broader People & Culture team, you will assist the business with HR activities across the full employee life cycle. You will have a strong administrative background and be able to support the team's HR Business Partners with system and process improvement initiatives.This is an exciting role for someone looking to gain exposure on some exciting HR projects whilst working within a supportive team environment. This is a 6 Month FTC with the option to go permanent for the right candidate. Key ResponsibilitiesWork with the businesses P&C team to ensure a positive employee experience Liaise with management to update and improve HR procedures Build and maintain relationships with key stakeholdersKey RequirementsHR Degree qualification or equivalent experience1 - 2 years + working HR experience or equivalentStrong relationship building and communication skills What to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email Charlotte Prior: cprior@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Position SummaryWorking within the broader People & Culture team, you will assist the business with HR activities across the full employee life cycle. You will have a strong administrative background and be able to support the team's HR Business Partners with system and process improvement initiatives.This is an exciting role for someone looking to gain exposure on some exciting HR projects whilst working within a supportive team environment. This is a 6 Month FTC with the option to go permanent for the right candidate. Key ResponsibilitiesWork with the businesses P&C team to ensure a positive employee experience Liaise with management to update and improve HR procedures Build and maintain relationships with key stakeholdersKey RequirementsHR Degree qualification or equivalent experience1 - 2 years + working HR experience or equivalentStrong relationship building and communication skills What to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email Charlotte Prior: cprior@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$90,000 - AU$100,000, per year, Super
    • full-time
    Position SummaryWorking within the broader People and Culture team you will provide end to end recruitment support to the internal business units. As a HR team member for one of Australia’s largest and most well-known sports organisations, you will be able to hit the ground running with providing professional TA advice in a supportive team with a great culture. This is a FTC until 31 October 2022. Potential for the role to extend. Key ResponsibilitiesLead the recruitment process for internal business units Develop and drive recruitment projects Build and maintain relationships Assist the P&C team with on-boarding (incl contracts)Key Requirements1 - 2+ years experience in a Talent Acquisition role or similar Human Resources degree or similar Ability to work independently within a tight knit teamWhat to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email Charlotte Prior: cprior@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Position SummaryWorking within the broader People and Culture team you will provide end to end recruitment support to the internal business units. As a HR team member for one of Australia’s largest and most well-known sports organisations, you will be able to hit the ground running with providing professional TA advice in a supportive team with a great culture. This is a FTC until 31 October 2022. Potential for the role to extend. Key ResponsibilitiesLead the recruitment process for internal business units Develop and drive recruitment projects Build and maintain relationships Assist the P&C team with on-boarding (incl contracts)Key Requirements1 - 2+ years experience in a Talent Acquisition role or similar Human Resources degree or similar Ability to work independently within a tight knit teamWhat to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email Charlotte Prior: cprior@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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