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    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$33.00 - AU$35.00, per hour, plus superannuation
    • full-time
    Start here .... your career in recruitment can take you anywhere.After many successful years with Randstad, I am excited to build and mentor my own team of Health and Social Care consultants. Join us as a Resourcer in SYDNEY to start. This role will begin on a temporary basis and move with you toward a permanent opportunity as soon as you are ready for it.This is a permanent, national recruitment team responsible to our clients to provide the most qualified and suitable healthcare talent the market has to offer.This role supports our key accounts, where volume, pace, quality, attention to detail, amazing customer service, and client partnership is the key. Responsibilities-learning to maximise our suite of bespoke tools to find the right healthcare professionals for the right key accounts-sourcing allied healthcare talent (psychologists, OTs, counsellors, nurses, aged care practitioners, clinicians, centre managers to GMs and Directors)-telephone screening (we connect with all of our applicants)-interviewing and referring-relationship building and partnering -you will be trained and supported by a wonderfully motivated team-you will bring your own can-do attitude and share the Randstad values to know, to trust and to serve QualificationsExcellent verbal and written communication skills - attention to detailA motivation to learnExperience in the health and social sector will be advantageous, but not essentialWork rights to work in Australia Ours is a fast paced and busy environment based in our beautiful new corporate offices in the heart of the Sydney CBD. For a chat about what you are looking to do next, call Nichole Kain on 0488450909 or message via linked in or email nichole.kain@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.
    Start here .... your career in recruitment can take you anywhere.After many successful years with Randstad, I am excited to build and mentor my own team of Health and Social Care consultants. Join us as a Resourcer in SYDNEY to start. This role will begin on a temporary basis and move with you toward a permanent opportunity as soon as you are ready for it.This is a permanent, national recruitment team responsible to our clients to provide the most qualified and suitable healthcare talent the market has to offer.This role supports our key accounts, where volume, pace, quality, attention to detail, amazing customer service, and client partnership is the key. Responsibilities-learning to maximise our suite of bespoke tools to find the right healthcare professionals for the right key accounts-sourcing allied healthcare talent (psychologists, OTs, counsellors, nurses, aged care practitioners, clinicians, centre managers to GMs and Directors)-telephone screening (we connect with all of our applicants)-interviewing and referring-relationship building and partnering -you will be trained and supported by a wonderfully motivated team-you will bring your own can-do attitude and share the Randstad values to know, to trust and to serve QualificationsExcellent verbal and written communication skills - attention to detailA motivation to learnExperience in the health and social sector will be advantageous, but not essentialWork rights to work in Australia Ours is a fast paced and busy environment based in our beautiful new corporate offices in the heart of the Sydney CBD. For a chat about what you are looking to do next, call Nichole Kain on 0488450909 or message via linked in or email nichole.kain@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
    • permanent
    • AU$80,000 - AU$100,000 per year
    • full-time
    Randstad are looking for experienced Recruitment Consultants to join our team. We are actively recruiting across the following specialisations;Banking, Finance and AccountingDigital, Sales, and MarketingTechnologiesHRConstruction, Property and EngineeringEducationYou will be responsible for maintaining existing relationships as well as building your own network of clients and candidates. The position will be focused on growing your brand in the market and becoming an expert in your industry sector.Here at Randstad, we offer long-term job security, purpose, strong connection to our values and mission, consistent learning and development and genuine career advancement opportunities.You will enjoy working with an extremely driven, positive and passionate team, who share common goals and work together to deliver successful outcomes.Main Responsibilities: Full responsibility off the 360 recruitment processCandidate and client managementMaintain an effective databaseUtilisising a variety of platforms including social media, LinkedIn and job boards to attract talent.Preparing contract and onboarding documentationUndertaking negotiations of terms and conditions of employment, and examining and resolving disputes and grievancesCandidate sourcing and screening in line with job requirements and job briefs.Guiding candidates throughout the recruitment processAbout youTo be successful you will have a minimum of two years previous recruitment experience locally or overseas and you will be passionate about providing HR/recruitment solutions for clients. We are looking for someone that has experience in business development as well as superior candidate management. To be successful in this role you will be a positive person and a team-player with exceptional interpersonal skills to build and sustain strong internal and external business relationships. We're searching for high achiever with a competitive nature and a desire to succeed in a sales environment. In return we offer a fun, supportive environment, a culture of learning, trust and transparency, competitive salary and a healthy work-life balance.Position: Full TimeSalary: $100,000 - $120,000 + superannuation Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.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.
    Randstad are looking for experienced Recruitment Consultants to join our team. We are actively recruiting across the following specialisations;Banking, Finance and AccountingDigital, Sales, and MarketingTechnologiesHRConstruction, Property and EngineeringEducationYou will be responsible for maintaining existing relationships as well as building your own network of clients and candidates. The position will be focused on growing your brand in the market and becoming an expert in your industry sector.Here at Randstad, we offer long-term job security, purpose, strong connection to our values and mission, consistent learning and development and genuine career advancement opportunities.You will enjoy working with an extremely driven, positive and passionate team, who share common goals and work together to deliver successful outcomes.Main Responsibilities: Full responsibility off the 360 recruitment processCandidate and client managementMaintain an effective databaseUtilisising a variety of platforms including social media, LinkedIn and job boards to attract talent.Preparing contract and onboarding documentationUndertaking negotiations of terms and conditions of employment, and examining and resolving disputes and grievancesCandidate sourcing and screening in line with job requirements and job briefs.Guiding candidates throughout the recruitment processAbout youTo be successful you will have a minimum of two years previous recruitment experience locally or overseas and you will be passionate about providing HR/recruitment solutions for clients. We are looking for someone that has experience in business development as well as superior candidate management. To be successful in this role you will be a positive person and a team-player with exceptional interpersonal skills to build and sustain strong internal and external business relationships. We're searching for high achiever with a competitive nature and a desire to succeed in a sales environment. In return we offer a fun, supportive environment, a culture of learning, trust and transparency, competitive salary and a healthy work-life balance.Position: Full TimeSalary: $100,000 - $120,000 + superannuation Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.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
    • permanent
    • full-time
    On behalf of one of the largest NSW State Government Departments, we are looking for a Senior Aboriginal Employment and Engagement Officer to design, deliver and implement a wide range of programs and initiatives for the attraction, development and retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees.About the roleWe have a very exciting opportunity within the people and capability team! Reporting to the Manager, Aboriginal Employment and Engagement, as the Senior Officer, you will be responsible for the implementation of the Aboriginal Employment & Engagement Strategy, including designing and delivering programs and initiatives for the attraction, development and retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees.You will provide specialist advice to internal and external stakeholders to assist in the delivery of cultural and corporate strategies to maximise the embedding and ongoing success of the NSWPF Aboriginal Employment & Engagement Strategy.This is a unique opportunity to make a difference in playing a key role in providing meaningful employment opportunities for Aboriginal people. Your tenacity to succeed, as well as the ability to negotiate, collaborate, influence and compromise will be crucial to your success. Essential requirements Demonstrated experience in developing employment and/or retention initiatives for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a corporate context.Strong communication and written skillsObtain and maintain the requisite security clearance for this role.Hold a current driver’s licence with no traffic offences recorded on your driving history within the last six (6) months. Aboriginality is a genuine occupational requirement for this position. What we can offer youWorking for one of the largest NSW State Government Departments, you would have access to a range of benefits that help balance life at work and at home. Some of the benefits available include: Ongoing Full-Time opportunity Competitive salaryFlexible work options 2-3 days in the office (Parramatta and/or Olympic Park)Salary packaging options via superannuation contributions or a novated vehicle leaseWork phone and laptop providedOpportunity to purchase additional annual leaveAnnual leave loadingCorporate wellbeing programs including seminars and the Fitness PassportFree annual influenza vaccinationConvenient location for public transport and to shops etcIn-house gym facilitiesHow to ApplyApply 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.auThis is an identified Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander position under section 14 of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act, 1977. Please, be aware you may be asked to provide confirmation of Indigenous Australian Identity.Eligible applicants are persons:- of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent; and- who identifies as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander; and- who is accepted by their community as being Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.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.
    On behalf of one of the largest NSW State Government Departments, we are looking for a Senior Aboriginal Employment and Engagement Officer to design, deliver and implement a wide range of programs and initiatives for the attraction, development and retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees.About the roleWe have a very exciting opportunity within the people and capability team! Reporting to the Manager, Aboriginal Employment and Engagement, as the Senior Officer, you will be responsible for the implementation of the Aboriginal Employment & Engagement Strategy, including designing and delivering programs and initiatives for the attraction, development and retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees.You will provide specialist advice to internal and external stakeholders to assist in the delivery of cultural and corporate strategies to maximise the embedding and ongoing success of the NSWPF Aboriginal Employment & Engagement Strategy.This is a unique opportunity to make a difference in playing a key role in providing meaningful employment opportunities for Aboriginal people. Your tenacity to succeed, as well as the ability to negotiate, collaborate, influence and compromise will be crucial to your success. Essential requirements Demonstrated experience in developing employment and/or retention initiatives for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a corporate context.Strong communication and written skillsObtain and maintain the requisite security clearance for this role.Hold a current driver’s licence with no traffic offences recorded on your driving history within the last six (6) months. Aboriginality is a genuine occupational requirement for this position. What we can offer youWorking for one of the largest NSW State Government Departments, you would have access to a range of benefits that help balance life at work and at home. Some of the benefits available include: Ongoing Full-Time opportunity Competitive salaryFlexible work options 2-3 days in the office (Parramatta and/or Olympic Park)Salary packaging options via superannuation contributions or a novated vehicle leaseWork phone and laptop providedOpportunity to purchase additional annual leaveAnnual leave loadingCorporate wellbeing programs including seminars and the Fitness PassportFree annual influenza vaccinationConvenient location for public transport and to shops etcIn-house gym facilitiesHow to ApplyApply 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.auThis is an identified Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander position under section 14 of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act, 1977. Please, be aware you may be asked to provide confirmation of Indigenous Australian Identity.Eligible applicants are persons:- of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent; and- who identifies as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander; and- who is accepted by their community as being Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.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
    • permanent
    • AU$151,000 - AU$170,000, per year, + super
    • full-time
    The People & Culture Manager is primarily responsible for providing generalist HR leadership and support across the business whilst also acting as a strategic partner and change agent who possesses strong commercial acumen and the ability to contribute at both strategic and operational levels.Managing a dedicated HR Consultant and partnering closely with the Managing Director, you will be responsible for providing expertise within the areas of; remuneration and benefits, recruitment, performance management, people development, development of HR initiatives and general policy and procedure changes.Key responsibilities include; not limited to:Deliver a professional and accessible presence for the HR team across the company, Champion the focus for cultural improvements and new initiatives, Active participation within the Leadership team, Provide timely and professional support to internal customers, Take ownership in the preparation of the annual cultural survey results and actively engage in follow up actions with General Managers for improvement initiatives, Active involvement in all internal communication events including company wide roadshows and branch updates.Ideal experience requiredIdeally 10 years HR experience within a blue collar environment or similar, Industry experience in trade/service delivery preferred, Tertiary or trade qualification desirable, Demonstrated leadership and business partnering experience,Sound understanding of general human resources policies and procedures,Understanding of National Employment Standards and Fair Work Act,Excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, ethics, and cultural awareness,Proven ability to build relationships through genuine communication, prompt action and effective problem-solving,Previous experience working in a blue-collar environment highly regardedShould you be interested in this opportunity then please apply now or email your updated resume to mkhouri@hrpartners.com.auAt HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    The People & Culture Manager is primarily responsible for providing generalist HR leadership and support across the business whilst also acting as a strategic partner and change agent who possesses strong commercial acumen and the ability to contribute at both strategic and operational levels.Managing a dedicated HR Consultant and partnering closely with the Managing Director, you will be responsible for providing expertise within the areas of; remuneration and benefits, recruitment, performance management, people development, development of HR initiatives and general policy and procedure changes.Key responsibilities include; not limited to:Deliver a professional and accessible presence for the HR team across the company, Champion the focus for cultural improvements and new initiatives, Active participation within the Leadership team, Provide timely and professional support to internal customers, Take ownership in the preparation of the annual cultural survey results and actively engage in follow up actions with General Managers for improvement initiatives, Active involvement in all internal communication events including company wide roadshows and branch updates.Ideal experience requiredIdeally 10 years HR experience within a blue collar environment or similar, Industry experience in trade/service delivery preferred, Tertiary or trade qualification desirable, Demonstrated leadership and business partnering experience,Sound understanding of general human resources policies and procedures,Understanding of National Employment Standards and Fair Work Act,Excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, ethics, and cultural awareness,Proven ability to build relationships through genuine communication, prompt action and effective problem-solving,Previous experience working in a blue-collar environment highly regardedShould you be interested in this opportunity then please apply now or email your updated resume to mkhouri@hrpartners.com.auAt HR Partners, 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
    • permanent
    Multiple roles available / Full-Time hours / ASAP Start Varying contract lengths (min. 5 months) with flexible work from home options Recruitment/Talent Coordinators & Administrators encouraged to apply $65-79k + Super (depending on exp) + Mobile Allowance Coordinate and support recruitment delivery across a variety of RPO projects. Full training provided > ASAP Start. About the Opportunity The Recruitment Coordinator will provide the necessary administration support to Recruitment Delivery Teams, and is responsible for: Posting job ads on all online platforms, and shortlisting and qualifying candidates Coordinating and setting up candidate/hiring manager interviews Organising online assessments and reference checks  Collecting relevant documentation and initiating all required pre-employment probity checks  Maintaining accurate candidate records on recruitment system About the Requirements Experienced Recruitment Coordinator or Administrator looking for their next step Knowledge and understanding of the recruitment life cycle High level of customer service, with exceptional communication and prioritisation skills Flexible and adaptable to changing environments, process driven, and good attention to detail Highly organised, solutions focussed and strong IT skills About the Benefits The gift of time; up to 5 days loyalty leave, one day leave to celebrate your birthday, 12 weeks parental leave, one day leave to volunteer, and even voluntary service overseas leave!  Health & Wellbeing; “Be Kind To Your Mind” holistic wellbeing program, working away program combining work & travel up to 16 weeks; EAP counseling and support, flu vaccinations, fitness and healthcare discounts  Learning & Development; learning and growing is part of our values and we offer a choice of programs tailored to Sourcers, talent advisors, emerging leaders, and director level development, as well as opportunities to contribute as a mentor and coach with your colleagues around the world!  Recognition & Reward; bonus plan rewarding overachievement, lucrative share purchase plan- we invest alongside you, salary sacrifice options, novated lease programs, financial literacy programs, as well as top-retailer discounts through FlareHR  About Randstad Recognised as ‘Best Place to Work’ by Glassdoor in 2022  Ranked #1 Outsourcing Provider 11 years running by Peak Everest Matrix Body We generate $36.4 billion in revenue every year globally which means you can have a career in a financially stable organisation We make 276,100 permanent placements and ensure 653,300 people work every day. This means, as a member of our team, you're a true working life partner to thousands of people around the world We have 4,927 outlets in 38 markets which means your career can take you just about anywhere and in any line of expertise More than 50% of our leadership team are women. We take diversity and inclusion seriously Internal Mobility is our “bread & butter”, so if you’re looking for career growth, international opportunities, or even a career change, we encourage and supports this to drive employee satisfaction   The successful applicant MUST have Rights to Work in Australia, and pre-employment background checks may be required for some projects.   If this is of interest, please “Apply” and send us your CV today!  
    Multiple roles available / Full-Time hours / ASAP Start Varying contract lengths (min. 5 months) with flexible work from home options Recruitment/Talent Coordinators & Administrators encouraged to apply $65-79k + Super (depending on exp) + Mobile Allowance Coordinate and support recruitment delivery across a variety of RPO projects. Full training provided > ASAP Start. About the Opportunity The Recruitment Coordinator will provide the necessary administration support to Recruitment Delivery Teams, and is responsible for: Posting job ads on all online platforms, and shortlisting and qualifying candidates Coordinating and setting up candidate/hiring manager interviews Organising online assessments and reference checks  Collecting relevant documentation and initiating all required pre-employment probity checks  Maintaining accurate candidate records on recruitment system About the Requirements Experienced Recruitment Coordinator or Administrator looking for their next step Knowledge and understanding of the recruitment life cycle High level of customer service, with exceptional communication and prioritisation skills Flexible and adaptable to changing environments, process driven, and good attention to detail Highly organised, solutions focussed and strong IT skills About the Benefits The gift of time; up to 5 days loyalty leave, one day leave to celebrate your birthday, 12 weeks parental leave, one day leave to volunteer, and even voluntary service overseas leave!  Health & Wellbeing; “Be Kind To Your Mind” holistic wellbeing program, working away program combining work & travel up to 16 weeks; EAP counseling and support, flu vaccinations, fitness and healthcare discounts  Learning & Development; learning and growing is part of our values and we offer a choice of programs tailored to Sourcers, talent advisors, emerging leaders, and director level development, as well as opportunities to contribute as a mentor and coach with your colleagues around the world!  Recognition & Reward; bonus plan rewarding overachievement, lucrative share purchase plan- we invest alongside you, salary sacrifice options, novated lease programs, financial literacy programs, as well as top-retailer discounts through FlareHR  About Randstad Recognised as ‘Best Place to Work’ by Glassdoor in 2022  Ranked #1 Outsourcing Provider 11 years running by Peak Everest Matrix Body We generate $36.4 billion in revenue every year globally which means you can have a career in a financially stable organisation We make 276,100 permanent placements and ensure 653,300 people work every day. This means, as a member of our team, you're a true working life partner to thousands of people around the world We have 4,927 outlets in 38 markets which means your career can take you just about anywhere and in any line of expertise More than 50% of our leadership team are women. We take diversity and inclusion seriously Internal Mobility is our “bread & butter”, so if you’re looking for career growth, international opportunities, or even a career change, we encourage and supports this to drive employee satisfaction   The successful applicant MUST have Rights to Work in Australia, and pre-employment background checks may be required for some projects.   If this is of interest, please “Apply” and send us your CV today!  
    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$60,000 - AU$65,000 per year
    • full-time
    Working in HR, but want something a little different? Have a background in Customer Service and Administration, but want more of a challenge? Have you ever considered recruitment? We could have the opportunity for you! Australia's leading HR Recruitment Agency HR Partners is now looking for an Associate Consultant to join our growing NSW team! This would be the perfect role for someone looking to break into the HR or recruitment industry - you bring the positive attitude and student mentality, and we’ll provide all the training you’ll need! This fast-paced position will see you liaising with key stakeholders, negotiating contract terms, sourcing quality candidates, supporting employee experience and so much more. If you have a background in HR, Customer Service and/or Administration - we want to hear from you! To succeed in this role, you’ll have:Outstanding communication skillsConfidence in everything you doA highly-professional appearance and approachSelf-motivation, and the desire to achieveAttention to detailWhat you’ll get in return:A comprehensive onboarding processTraining and development opportunities - both personal and professionalCollaborative and supportive team environmentCompetitive base salary + the ability to earn further benefits such as additional days offWhat to do next:If you’re passionate about results and keen to join a growing team, we want to hear from you! For more information, contact Katherine Swan on kswan@hrpartners.com.au or APPLY TODAY!At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Working in HR, but want something a little different? Have a background in Customer Service and Administration, but want more of a challenge? Have you ever considered recruitment? We could have the opportunity for you! Australia's leading HR Recruitment Agency HR Partners is now looking for an Associate Consultant to join our growing NSW team! This would be the perfect role for someone looking to break into the HR or recruitment industry - you bring the positive attitude and student mentality, and we’ll provide all the training you’ll need! This fast-paced position will see you liaising with key stakeholders, negotiating contract terms, sourcing quality candidates, supporting employee experience and so much more. If you have a background in HR, Customer Service and/or Administration - we want to hear from you! To succeed in this role, you’ll have:Outstanding communication skillsConfidence in everything you doA highly-professional appearance and approachSelf-motivation, and the desire to achieveAttention to detailWhat you’ll get in return:A comprehensive onboarding processTraining and development opportunities - both personal and professionalCollaborative and supportive team environmentCompetitive base salary + the ability to earn further benefits such as additional days offWhat to do next:If you’re passionate about results and keen to join a growing team, we want to hear from you! For more information, contact Katherine Swan on kswan@hrpartners.com.au or APPLY TODAY!At HR Partners, 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
    • permanent
    Full-Time with flexible work arrangements (70% working from home) Established team, long term contract (with view to extend further) Volume recruitment role, Sourcing Risk & Financial Services Specialists Melbourne or Sydney based About the Opportunity Reporting to the Talent Sourcing Lead, the Talent Sourcing Specialist will actively identify and present candidates to Hiring Managers to fill vacancies across the organisation for a range of roles including Finance, Risk, Customer Service, Marketing, etc. Your core work is to source, screen suitable candidates, and manage them through to the interview stage where the internal talent team will assist with the rest of the process right through to offer. About the Responsibilities Taking job briefs and working with hiring managers on best approach/strategies to source top talent Proactively identifying potential candidates using a variety of sourcing methods, or through direct approaches, and building strong talent pipelines/communities to meet future hiring needs Presenting shortlists to hiring managers and recommending candidates for interview, and working closely with the internal talent team to ensure smooth and efficient process Acting as a trusted advisor to hiring managers; sharing current market intel/trends and driving initiatives to uplift employment branding About You Talent Sourcing Specialist with min. 2 years experience, preferably within Banking or Financial Services, and demonstrated skills in volume recruitment Exceptional engagement and business partnering skills, ability to communicate, advise and influence stakeholders, and drive to deliver solutions Flexible and adaptable to fast paced environments, process driven, and the ability to multitask, and meet deadlines Self starter, with a positive ‘can-do’ attitude, and a true passion and dedication for a seamless positive candidate experience  About the Organisation A global bank with over 2 million customers in Australia; providing a range of products and services including Personal Banking, Credit Cards, Home Loans, Superannuation, Personal Loans, and Insurance.  About the Benefits The gift of time; up to 5 days loyalty leave, one day leave to celebrate your birthday, 12 weeks parental leave, one day leave to volunteer, and even voluntary service overseas leave!  Health & Wellbeing; “Be Kind To Your Mind” holistic wellbeing program, working away program combining work & travel up to 16 weeks; EAP counseling and support, flu vaccinations, fitness and healthcare discounts  Learning & Development; learning and growing is part of our values and we offer a choice of programs tailored to Sourcers, talent advisors, emerging leaders, and director level development, as well as opportunities to contribute as a mentor and coach with your colleagues around the world!  Recognition & Reward; bonus plan rewarding overachievement, lucrative share purchase plan- we invest alongside you, salary sacrifice options, novated lease programs, financial literacy programs, as well as top-retailer discounts through FlareHR  About Randstad Recognised as ‘Best Place to Work’ by Glassdoor in 2022  Ranked #1 Outsourcing Provider 11 years running by Peak Everest Matrix Body We generate $36.4 billion in revenue every year globally which means you can have a career in a financially stable organisation We make 276,100 permanent placements and ensure 653,300 people work every day. This means, as a member of our team, you're a true working life partner to thousands of people around the world We have 4,927 outlets in 38 markets which means your career can take you just about anywhere and in any line of expertise More than 50% of our leadership team are women. We take diversity and inclusion seriously Internal Mobility is our “bread & butter”, so if you’re looking for career growth, international opportunities, or even a career change, we encourage and supports this to drive employee satisfaction   Randstad Sourceright is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes all employment decisions based solely on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected group status   The successful applicant will be required to complete pre-employment background checks, and MUST have Rights to Work in Australia.   To express your interest, please contact Gray Lynch on gray.lynch@randstadsourceright.com.au  
    Full-Time with flexible work arrangements (70% working from home) Established team, long term contract (with view to extend further) Volume recruitment role, Sourcing Risk & Financial Services Specialists Melbourne or Sydney based About the Opportunity Reporting to the Talent Sourcing Lead, the Talent Sourcing Specialist will actively identify and present candidates to Hiring Managers to fill vacancies across the organisation for a range of roles including Finance, Risk, Customer Service, Marketing, etc. Your core work is to source, screen suitable candidates, and manage them through to the interview stage where the internal talent team will assist with the rest of the process right through to offer. About the Responsibilities Taking job briefs and working with hiring managers on best approach/strategies to source top talent Proactively identifying potential candidates using a variety of sourcing methods, or through direct approaches, and building strong talent pipelines/communities to meet future hiring needs Presenting shortlists to hiring managers and recommending candidates for interview, and working closely with the internal talent team to ensure smooth and efficient process Acting as a trusted advisor to hiring managers; sharing current market intel/trends and driving initiatives to uplift employment branding About You Talent Sourcing Specialist with min. 2 years experience, preferably within Banking or Financial Services, and demonstrated skills in volume recruitment Exceptional engagement and business partnering skills, ability to communicate, advise and influence stakeholders, and drive to deliver solutions Flexible and adaptable to fast paced environments, process driven, and the ability to multitask, and meet deadlines Self starter, with a positive ‘can-do’ attitude, and a true passion and dedication for a seamless positive candidate experience  About the Organisation A global bank with over 2 million customers in Australia; providing a range of products and services including Personal Banking, Credit Cards, Home Loans, Superannuation, Personal Loans, and Insurance.  About the Benefits The gift of time; up to 5 days loyalty leave, one day leave to celebrate your birthday, 12 weeks parental leave, one day leave to volunteer, and even voluntary service overseas leave!  Health & Wellbeing; “Be Kind To Your Mind” holistic wellbeing program, working away program combining work & travel up to 16 weeks; EAP counseling and support, flu vaccinations, fitness and healthcare discounts  Learning & Development; learning and growing is part of our values and we offer a choice of programs tailored to Sourcers, talent advisors, emerging leaders, and director level development, as well as opportunities to contribute as a mentor and coach with your colleagues around the world!  Recognition & Reward; bonus plan rewarding overachievement, lucrative share purchase plan- we invest alongside you, salary sacrifice options, novated lease programs, financial literacy programs, as well as top-retailer discounts through FlareHR  About Randstad Recognised as ‘Best Place to Work’ by Glassdoor in 2022  Ranked #1 Outsourcing Provider 11 years running by Peak Everest Matrix Body We generate $36.4 billion in revenue every year globally which means you can have a career in a financially stable organisation We make 276,100 permanent placements and ensure 653,300 people work every day. This means, as a member of our team, you're a true working life partner to thousands of people around the world We have 4,927 outlets in 38 markets which means your career can take you just about anywhere and in any line of expertise More than 50% of our leadership team are women. We take diversity and inclusion seriously Internal Mobility is our “bread & butter”, so if you’re looking for career growth, international opportunities, or even a career change, we encourage and supports this to drive employee satisfaction   Randstad Sourceright is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes all employment decisions based solely on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected group status   The successful applicant will be required to complete pre-employment background checks, and MUST have Rights to Work in Australia.   To express your interest, please contact Gray Lynch on gray.lynch@randstadsourceright.com.au  
    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$90,000 - AU$94,000 per year
    • part-time
    We are working with a valued company looking to grow their HR Team. Supporting the team on a range of HR related practices, policies, processes, and systems and providing end to end support on full employee life cycle. Looking to ensure all HR operations are managed efficiently. The Role HR Adviser needed for a full time role across 3 days a week responsible for all HR matters across the company.Maintain all HR processes including onboarding and offboarding, recruitment, contracting, performance reviews, staff leave.Develop and provide training in HR matters as required, including coaching and mentoring managers.Initiate, support and monitor best practice HR policies, procedures systems and processesProvide direction and support during workplace dispute mediations and employee disciplinary proceedings.Coordinate staff training and professional development.Assist the Corporate Services Director and the CEO with staff planning as required.Talent acquisition support Additional tasks and deliverables as defined by the Corporate Services Director and the CEO and Deputy CEOAbout you Drive, influence and develop a compelling company cultureKnowledge of Fair Work Act, Modern Awards and related employment legislation and regulations.Talent Acquisition experience.Excellent Microsoft Office SkillsDemonstrated proficiency working with digital platforms, including SharePoint and Human Resources Information Systems.Excellent relationship managementBrillant problem solving skillsIf you wish to hear more about this role and the amazing benefits they have to offer. Please send a copy of your resume to Harriet Winter on hwinter@hrpartners.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.
    We are working with a valued company looking to grow their HR Team. Supporting the team on a range of HR related practices, policies, processes, and systems and providing end to end support on full employee life cycle. Looking to ensure all HR operations are managed efficiently. The Role HR Adviser needed for a full time role across 3 days a week responsible for all HR matters across the company.Maintain all HR processes including onboarding and offboarding, recruitment, contracting, performance reviews, staff leave.Develop and provide training in HR matters as required, including coaching and mentoring managers.Initiate, support and monitor best practice HR policies, procedures systems and processesProvide direction and support during workplace dispute mediations and employee disciplinary proceedings.Coordinate staff training and professional development.Assist the Corporate Services Director and the CEO with staff planning as required.Talent acquisition support Additional tasks and deliverables as defined by the Corporate Services Director and the CEO and Deputy CEOAbout you Drive, influence and develop a compelling company cultureKnowledge of Fair Work Act, Modern Awards and related employment legislation and regulations.Talent Acquisition experience.Excellent Microsoft Office SkillsDemonstrated proficiency working with digital platforms, including SharePoint and Human Resources Information Systems.Excellent relationship managementBrillant problem solving skillsIf you wish to hear more about this role and the amazing benefits they have to offer. Please send a copy of your resume to Harriet Winter on hwinter@hrpartners.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
    • permanent
    • AU$151 - AU$170,000, per year, + super
    • full-time
    The People & Culture Manager is primarily responsible for providing generalist HR leadership and support across the business whilst also acting as a strategic partner and change agent who possesses strong commercial acumen and the ability to contribute at both strategic and operational levels.Managing a dedicated HR Consultant and partnering closely with the Managing Director, you will be responsible for providing expertise within the areas of; remuneration and benefits, recruitment, performance management, people development, development of HR initiatives and general policy and procedure changes.Key responsibilities include; not limited to:Deliver a professional and accessible presence for the HR team across the company, Champion the focus for cultural improvements and new initiatives, Active participation within the Leadership team, Provide timely and professional support to internal customers, Take ownership in the preparation of the annual cultural survey results and actively engage in follow up actions with General Managers for improvement initiatives, Active involvement in all internal communication events including company wide roadshows and branch updates.Ideal experience requiredIdeally 10 years HR experience within a blue collar environment or similar, Industry experience in trade/service delivery preferred, Tertiary or trade qualification desirable, Demonstrated leadership and business partnering experience,Sound understanding of general human resources policies and procedures,Understanding of National Employment Standards and Fair Work Act,Excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, ethics, and cultural awareness,Proven ability to build relationships through genuine communication, prompt action and effective problem-solving,Previous experience working in a blue-collar environment highly regardedShould you be interested in this opportunity then please apply now or email your updated resume to mkhouri@hrpartners.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 People & Culture Manager is primarily responsible for providing generalist HR leadership and support across the business whilst also acting as a strategic partner and change agent who possesses strong commercial acumen and the ability to contribute at both strategic and operational levels.Managing a dedicated HR Consultant and partnering closely with the Managing Director, you will be responsible for providing expertise within the areas of; remuneration and benefits, recruitment, performance management, people development, development of HR initiatives and general policy and procedure changes.Key responsibilities include; not limited to:Deliver a professional and accessible presence for the HR team across the company, Champion the focus for cultural improvements and new initiatives, Active participation within the Leadership team, Provide timely and professional support to internal customers, Take ownership in the preparation of the annual cultural survey results and actively engage in follow up actions with General Managers for improvement initiatives, Active involvement in all internal communication events including company wide roadshows and branch updates.Ideal experience requiredIdeally 10 years HR experience within a blue collar environment or similar, Industry experience in trade/service delivery preferred, Tertiary or trade qualification desirable, Demonstrated leadership and business partnering experience,Sound understanding of general human resources policies and procedures,Understanding of National Employment Standards and Fair Work Act,Excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, ethics, and cultural awareness,Proven ability to build relationships through genuine communication, prompt action and effective problem-solving,Previous experience working in a blue-collar environment highly regardedShould you be interested in this opportunity then please apply now or email your updated resume to mkhouri@hrpartners.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
    • permanent
    Hello future colleague.  You are just one click away from recruiting for the most diverse brands across Asia-Pacific, including many Fortune 500 giants. Being part of Randstad Sourceright means having a direct impact on the employment opportunities for countless individuals from Sydney to Singapore, from Mumbai to Beijing — across nearly every industry you can dream of. Your talent is valued here. Do you see what no one else sees?  Can you find that elusive talent no one else can find? Do you know how to make an ethical hacker fall in love with that tech giant? Will you make the offer to the programmer of an AI yet to exist? Can you coach a veteran to get the best scrum master job in the industry? Will you be the one who hires the next 6G builder? Is that you? Ready to grow with us? Come and join a globally recognised market leader that rewards talent and changes people’s lives. Bring your point of view, grow your career opportunities, and work with some of the most prestigious brands to contribute to the next great advancements in the Asia-Pacific region. Be our next talent advisor among one of our many teams across Sales and Marketing (Commercial, Public Sector, Start-up/Specialty, Professional Services), Support (Premium Support, Enterprise Support, IT Support), Infrastructure Services (Network Engineering, Data Centers), and Utility Computing.  The possibilities are endless.  The role  You are a strategic and consultative advisor who works with an experienced team of Recruiters/Sourcers to hire the best tech talent for our rapidly growing clients. You identify ways to deliver consistent and scalable recruitment experiences and yearn to optimise operational processes  You drive the best possible candidate and referee experiences, delivering on key internal SLAs You drive vital channels for candidate feedback and participate in important recruiting/HR initiatives You are an owner of projects related to diversity, assessment, channel segmentation, and more What do we need from you? 5+ years of experience in full life cycle recruiting including designing hiring strategies  Advising hiring managers, and executing a recruitment plan Track record of successfully managing multiple requisitions concurrently ATS experience relating to sourcing, tracking and managing candidates Ability to proactively network and establish effective working relationships, continually seek new ways of hiring, and develop creative approaches to delivering candidates to the customer What will we offer you? A great environment and work/life balance: we are rated 4.4 on Glassdoor - the highest inside the industry  A portfolio of well-known brands, industries and clients to explore whilst you advance your career Above market total compensation All the newest HR, search & match, selection, marketing and data innovations you will need to be exceptional in your role A role that stays flexible - we’ve been supporting our clients remotely for more than 15 years, giving you the opportunity to build your career from your home office From Asia-Pacific recruiter to global CEO. “As a recruiter, you get the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life: different industries, different geographies, from small companies or global multi-nationals. I soon realised that everyone had their own personal story and a desire to find a job that satisfied them, whilst also being appreciated for who they were. I viewed my job as a privileged one. Now as the CEO of Randstad Sourceright, my role may have changed but the skills I learned back then haven’t. It’s my job to ensure that our recruiters have the best possible support to understand the motivations and strategies of their candidates and clients. In fact, I think I have one of the best jobs in the world: making my colleagues' lives easier so they, in turn, can offer meaningful work - it doesn’t get better than that”. Mike Smith - Randstad Sourceright Global CEO About Randstad Sourceright Randstad Sourceright is a global talent leader, providing solutions and expertise that help companies position for growth, execute on strategy, and improve business agility. Sourceright's experience encompasses all facets of the talent acquisition of permanent employees and the contingent and contractor workforce.  Key offerings include Managed Services Provider (MSP) programs, Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Direct Sourcing and Blended Workforce Solutions. We’re committed to equal opportunities. Randstad Sourceright is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes all employment decisions based solely on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected group status.   If you are interested in this role and would like to discuss the opportunity further please click apply now or email gray.lynch@randstadsourceright.com.au for more information.  
    Hello future colleague.  You are just one click away from recruiting for the most diverse brands across Asia-Pacific, including many Fortune 500 giants. Being part of Randstad Sourceright means having a direct impact on the employment opportunities for countless individuals from Sydney to Singapore, from Mumbai to Beijing — across nearly every industry you can dream of. Your talent is valued here. Do you see what no one else sees?  Can you find that elusive talent no one else can find? Do you know how to make an ethical hacker fall in love with that tech giant? Will you make the offer to the programmer of an AI yet to exist? Can you coach a veteran to get the best scrum master job in the industry? Will you be the one who hires the next 6G builder? Is that you? Ready to grow with us? Come and join a globally recognised market leader that rewards talent and changes people’s lives. Bring your point of view, grow your career opportunities, and work with some of the most prestigious brands to contribute to the next great advancements in the Asia-Pacific region. Be our next talent advisor among one of our many teams across Sales and Marketing (Commercial, Public Sector, Start-up/Specialty, Professional Services), Support (Premium Support, Enterprise Support, IT Support), Infrastructure Services (Network Engineering, Data Centers), and Utility Computing.  The possibilities are endless.  The role  You are a strategic and consultative advisor who works with an experienced team of Recruiters/Sourcers to hire the best tech talent for our rapidly growing clients. You identify ways to deliver consistent and scalable recruitment experiences and yearn to optimise operational processes  You drive the best possible candidate and referee experiences, delivering on key internal SLAs You drive vital channels for candidate feedback and participate in important recruiting/HR initiatives You are an owner of projects related to diversity, assessment, channel segmentation, and more What do we need from you? 5+ years of experience in full life cycle recruiting including designing hiring strategies  Advising hiring managers, and executing a recruitment plan Track record of successfully managing multiple requisitions concurrently ATS experience relating to sourcing, tracking and managing candidates Ability to proactively network and establish effective working relationships, continually seek new ways of hiring, and develop creative approaches to delivering candidates to the customer What will we offer you? A great environment and work/life balance: we are rated 4.4 on Glassdoor - the highest inside the industry  A portfolio of well-known brands, industries and clients to explore whilst you advance your career Above market total compensation All the newest HR, search & match, selection, marketing and data innovations you will need to be exceptional in your role A role that stays flexible - we’ve been supporting our clients remotely for more than 15 years, giving you the opportunity to build your career from your home office From Asia-Pacific recruiter to global CEO. “As a recruiter, you get the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life: different industries, different geographies, from small companies or global multi-nationals. I soon realised that everyone had their own personal story and a desire to find a job that satisfied them, whilst also being appreciated for who they were. I viewed my job as a privileged one. Now as the CEO of Randstad Sourceright, my role may have changed but the skills I learned back then haven’t. It’s my job to ensure that our recruiters have the best possible support to understand the motivations and strategies of their candidates and clients. In fact, I think I have one of the best jobs in the world: making my colleagues' lives easier so they, in turn, can offer meaningful work - it doesn’t get better than that”. Mike Smith - Randstad Sourceright Global CEO About Randstad Sourceright Randstad Sourceright is a global talent leader, providing solutions and expertise that help companies position for growth, execute on strategy, and improve business agility. Sourceright's experience encompasses all facets of the talent acquisition of permanent employees and the contingent and contractor workforce.  Key offerings include Managed Services Provider (MSP) programs, Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Direct Sourcing and Blended Workforce Solutions. We’re committed to equal opportunities. Randstad Sourceright is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes all employment decisions based solely on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected group status.   If you are interested in this role and would like to discuss the opportunity further please click apply now or email gray.lynch@randstadsourceright.com.au for more information.  
    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    Identify and engage top talent through proactive strategic sourcing & screening Join one of Australia's leading insurers with a brand recognised as an Employer of Choice! Flexible working options available, based in Melbourne or Sydney   About the Opportunity Reporting to the Talent Manager, you will be joining a collaborative team focused on identifying top talent within the Life Insurance space. As the Talent Advisor, you will be responsible for: Developing and implementing candidate attraction initiatives with a strong focus on strategic/proactive sourcing for the Insurance Claims business unit Shortlisting, screening, qualifying candidates, and building strong talent pipelines to meet hiring requirements Advising on current market conditions, as well as driving innovative initiatives to uplift employer branding Using technology to deliver on project based volume recruitment campaigns on top of BAU and niche talent search About You Ideally worked in a similar role (i.e. Recruitment Consultant, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Talent Advisor, Sourcing Specialist etc.) Proven abilities to proactively engage top talent through innovative sourcing strategies Experience recruiting in Insurance, Financial Services, and/or Graduate/Volume recruitment Developed stakeholder management, exceptional communication, and time management skills About the Benefits The gift of time; up to 5 days loyalty leave, one day leave to celebrate your birthday, 12 weeks parental leave, one day leave to volunteer, and even voluntary service overseas leave!  Health & Wellbeing; “Be Kind To Your Mind” holistic wellbeing program, working away program combining work & travel up to 16 weeks; EAP counseling and support, flu vaccinations, fitness and healthcare discounts  Learning & Development; learning and growing is part of our values and we offer a choice of programs tailored to Sourcers, talent advisors, emerging leaders, and director level development, as well as opportunities to contribute as a mentor and coach with your colleagues around the world!  Recognition & Reward; bonus plan rewarding overachievement, lucrative share purchase plan- we invest alongside you, salary sacrifice options, novated lease programs, financial literacy programs, as well as top-retailer discounts through FlareHR  About Randstad Recognised as ‘Best Place to Work’ by Glassdoor in 2022  Ranked #1 Outsourcing Provider 11 years running by Peak Everest Matrix Body We generate $36.4 billion in revenue every year globally which means you can have a career in a financially stable organisation We make 276,100 permanent placements and ensure 653,300 people work every day. This means, as a member of our team, you're a true working life partner to thousands of people around the world We have 4,927 outlets in 38 markets which means your career can take you just about anywhere and in any line of expertise More than 50% of our leadership team are women. We take diversity and inclusion seriously Internal Mobility is our “bread & butter”, so if you’re looking for career growth, international opportunities, or even a career change, we encourage and supports this to drive employee satisfaction   Randstad Sourceright is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes all employment decisions based solely on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected group status.   The successful applicant will be required to complete pre-employment background checks, and MUST have Rights to Work in Australia.   To express your interest, or for more information about this opportunity, contact rebeesh.raveendran@randstadsourceright.com.au    
    Identify and engage top talent through proactive strategic sourcing & screening Join one of Australia's leading insurers with a brand recognised as an Employer of Choice! Flexible working options available, based in Melbourne or Sydney   About the Opportunity Reporting to the Talent Manager, you will be joining a collaborative team focused on identifying top talent within the Life Insurance space. As the Talent Advisor, you will be responsible for: Developing and implementing candidate attraction initiatives with a strong focus on strategic/proactive sourcing for the Insurance Claims business unit Shortlisting, screening, qualifying candidates, and building strong talent pipelines to meet hiring requirements Advising on current market conditions, as well as driving innovative initiatives to uplift employer branding Using technology to deliver on project based volume recruitment campaigns on top of BAU and niche talent search About You Ideally worked in a similar role (i.e. Recruitment Consultant, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Talent Advisor, Sourcing Specialist etc.) Proven abilities to proactively engage top talent through innovative sourcing strategies Experience recruiting in Insurance, Financial Services, and/or Graduate/Volume recruitment Developed stakeholder management, exceptional communication, and time management skills About the Benefits The gift of time; up to 5 days loyalty leave, one day leave to celebrate your birthday, 12 weeks parental leave, one day leave to volunteer, and even voluntary service overseas leave!  Health & Wellbeing; “Be Kind To Your Mind” holistic wellbeing program, working away program combining work & travel up to 16 weeks; EAP counseling and support, flu vaccinations, fitness and healthcare discounts  Learning & Development; learning and growing is part of our values and we offer a choice of programs tailored to Sourcers, talent advisors, emerging leaders, and director level development, as well as opportunities to contribute as a mentor and coach with your colleagues around the world!  Recognition & Reward; bonus plan rewarding overachievement, lucrative share purchase plan- we invest alongside you, salary sacrifice options, novated lease programs, financial literacy programs, as well as top-retailer discounts through FlareHR  About Randstad Recognised as ‘Best Place to Work’ by Glassdoor in 2022  Ranked #1 Outsourcing Provider 11 years running by Peak Everest Matrix Body We generate $36.4 billion in revenue every year globally which means you can have a career in a financially stable organisation We make 276,100 permanent placements and ensure 653,300 people work every day. This means, as a member of our team, you're a true working life partner to thousands of people around the world We have 4,927 outlets in 38 markets which means your career can take you just about anywhere and in any line of expertise More than 50% of our leadership team are women. We take diversity and inclusion seriously Internal Mobility is our “bread & butter”, so if you’re looking for career growth, international opportunities, or even a career change, we encourage and supports this to drive employee satisfaction   Randstad Sourceright is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes all employment decisions based solely on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected group status.   The successful applicant will be required to complete pre-employment background checks, and MUST have Rights to Work in Australia.   To express your interest, or for more information about this opportunity, contact rebeesh.raveendran@randstadsourceright.com.au    
    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    Initial 6 month max term contract (with view for further extension) Hybrid work arrangement with a mix of WFH and office days Collaborative, friendly and supportive team About the Opportunity Working as part of a collaborative team, the Talent Advisor is responsible for the day to day recruitment activities including requisition/stakeholder management, selection, workforce/resource planning, and onboarding. With a consultative approach and a strong focus on talent partnering while working with a team of Sourcing Specialists, you will be initiating targeted recruitment drives to attract and engage top tech talent within the financial/insurance sector. About You Talent Advisor/Talent Acquisition Specialist with experience recruiting across Risk & Compliance or Financial Services vertical Commercially driven, with strong relationship and stakeholder management Strong abilities to proactively identify and engage top talent through innovative initiatives Good attention to detail, task oriented and process driven About the Organisation An amazing organisation pushing to join the top 4 banks with the culture and supportive management second to none. Working across home loans, transactional banking, superannuation, credit cards, personal lending and risk this is a great opportunity to join one of the most recognisable brands in the banking and insurance industry.  The Benefits The gift of time; up to 5 days loyalty leave, one day leave to celebrate your birthday, 12 weeks parental leave, one day leave to volunteer, and even voluntary service overseas leave! Health & Wellbeing; “Be Kind To Your Mind” holistic wellbeing program, working away program combining work & travel up to 16 weeks; EAP counseling and support, flu vaccinations, fitness and healthcare discounts Learning & Development; learning and growing is part of our values and we offer a choice of programs tailored to Sourcers, talent advisors, emerging leaders, and director level development, as well as opportunities to contribute as a mentor and coach with your colleagues around the world! Recognition & Reward; bonus plan rewarding overachievement, lucrative share purchase plan- we invest alongside you, salary sacrifice options, novated lease programs, financial literacy programs, as well as top-retailer discounts through FlareHR Why join Randstad Group? We generate $36.4 billion in revenue every year globally which means you can have a career in a financially stable organisation We make 276,100 permanent placements and ensure 653,300 people work every day. This means, as a member of our team, you're a true working life partner to thousands of people around the world We have 4,927 outlets in 38 markets which means your career can take you just about anywhere and in any line of expertise More than 50% of our leadership team are women. We take diversity and inclusion seriously Internal Mobility is our “bread & butter”, so if you’re looking for career growth, international opportunities, or even a career change, we encourage and supports this to drive employee satisfaction   The successful applicant will be required to complete pre-employment background checks, and MUST have Rights to Work in Australia.   Click ‘Apply’ to register your interest, or email Gray.Lynch@randstadsourceright.com.au for more details.  
    Initial 6 month max term contract (with view for further extension) Hybrid work arrangement with a mix of WFH and office days Collaborative, friendly and supportive team About the Opportunity Working as part of a collaborative team, the Talent Advisor is responsible for the day to day recruitment activities including requisition/stakeholder management, selection, workforce/resource planning, and onboarding. With a consultative approach and a strong focus on talent partnering while working with a team of Sourcing Specialists, you will be initiating targeted recruitment drives to attract and engage top tech talent within the financial/insurance sector. About You Talent Advisor/Talent Acquisition Specialist with experience recruiting across Risk & Compliance or Financial Services vertical Commercially driven, with strong relationship and stakeholder management Strong abilities to proactively identify and engage top talent through innovative initiatives Good attention to detail, task oriented and process driven About the Organisation An amazing organisation pushing to join the top 4 banks with the culture and supportive management second to none. Working across home loans, transactional banking, superannuation, credit cards, personal lending and risk this is a great opportunity to join one of the most recognisable brands in the banking and insurance industry.  The Benefits The gift of time; up to 5 days loyalty leave, one day leave to celebrate your birthday, 12 weeks parental leave, one day leave to volunteer, and even voluntary service overseas leave! Health & Wellbeing; “Be Kind To Your Mind” holistic wellbeing program, working away program combining work & travel up to 16 weeks; EAP counseling and support, flu vaccinations, fitness and healthcare discounts Learning & Development; learning and growing is part of our values and we offer a choice of programs tailored to Sourcers, talent advisors, emerging leaders, and director level development, as well as opportunities to contribute as a mentor and coach with your colleagues around the world! Recognition & Reward; bonus plan rewarding overachievement, lucrative share purchase plan- we invest alongside you, salary sacrifice options, novated lease programs, financial literacy programs, as well as top-retailer discounts through FlareHR Why join Randstad Group? We generate $36.4 billion in revenue every year globally which means you can have a career in a financially stable organisation We make 276,100 permanent placements and ensure 653,300 people work every day. This means, as a member of our team, you're a true working life partner to thousands of people around the world We have 4,927 outlets in 38 markets which means your career can take you just about anywhere and in any line of expertise More than 50% of our leadership team are women. We take diversity and inclusion seriously Internal Mobility is our “bread & butter”, so if you’re looking for career growth, international opportunities, or even a career change, we encourage and supports this to drive employee satisfaction   The successful applicant will be required to complete pre-employment background checks, and MUST have Rights to Work in Australia.   Click ‘Apply’ to register your interest, or email Gray.Lynch@randstadsourceright.com.au for more details.  
    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    Identify and engage top talent through proactive strategic sourcing and screening Global cloud infrastructure provider with comprehensive solutions to meet every business needs Initial 12 month max term contract (with view to extend) Flexible working options available, based in Sydney or Melbourne About the Opportunity Reporting to the Account Director, you will be joining a brand new solution focussed on identifying talent within the Sales & Marketing space for our client. The Talent Sourcing Specialist, will be responsible for: Developing and implementing candidate attraction initiatives with a strong focus on strategic/proactive sourcing for the Sales & Marketing and ICT business units Shortlisting, screening, qualifying candidates, and building strong talent pipelines to meet hiring requirements Advising on current market conditions, as well as driving innovative initiatives to uplift employer branding About the Ideal Candidate Ideally worked in a similar role (i.e. Recruitment Consultant, Talent Acquisition, Talent Specialist, Talent Advisor, Sourcing Specialist etc.), and proven abilities to proactively engage top talent through innovative sourcing strategies Experience recruiting Sales & Marketing professionals within FinTech, ICT, Cloud or Telecommunications sectors Developed stakeholder management, exceptional communication, and time management skills About the Organisation A well-known, global IT Services leader that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms and data storage for individuals, companies, and government organisations. Culture is key for this organisation as they utilise the same leadership principles at every level, to every role, to ensure a cohesive, collaborative and innovative work environment. About the Benefits Randstad Sourceright offers an incredible assortment of employee benefits, including bonus share plans, loyalty leave per year of service, healthcare and retail discounts, and the recent introduction of our work-away program where employees can combine up to 8 weeks of leave and global remote working opportunities per year - among others!   The successful applicant MUST have Rights to Work in Australia    
    Identify and engage top talent through proactive strategic sourcing and screening Global cloud infrastructure provider with comprehensive solutions to meet every business needs Initial 12 month max term contract (with view to extend) Flexible working options available, based in Sydney or Melbourne About the Opportunity Reporting to the Account Director, you will be joining a brand new solution focussed on identifying talent within the Sales & Marketing space for our client. The Talent Sourcing Specialist, will be responsible for: Developing and implementing candidate attraction initiatives with a strong focus on strategic/proactive sourcing for the Sales & Marketing and ICT business units Shortlisting, screening, qualifying candidates, and building strong talent pipelines to meet hiring requirements Advising on current market conditions, as well as driving innovative initiatives to uplift employer branding About the Ideal Candidate Ideally worked in a similar role (i.e. Recruitment Consultant, Talent Acquisition, Talent Specialist, Talent Advisor, Sourcing Specialist etc.), and proven abilities to proactively engage top talent through innovative sourcing strategies Experience recruiting Sales & Marketing professionals within FinTech, ICT, Cloud or Telecommunications sectors Developed stakeholder management, exceptional communication, and time management skills About the Organisation A well-known, global IT Services leader that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms and data storage for individuals, companies, and government organisations. Culture is key for this organisation as they utilise the same leadership principles at every level, to every role, to ensure a cohesive, collaborative and innovative work environment. About the Benefits Randstad Sourceright offers an incredible assortment of employee benefits, including bonus share plans, loyalty leave per year of service, healthcare and retail discounts, and the recent introduction of our work-away program where employees can combine up to 8 weeks of leave and global remote working opportunities per year - among others!   The successful applicant MUST have Rights to Work in Australia    
    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$110,000 - AU$120,000, per year, Super
    • full-time
    Position SummaryWork with an organisation who offers growth and development, work-life balance and employment stability. This is an exciting opportunity to join an essential Australia-New Zealand organisation as their HR Advisor. Based in Sydney CBD, this role will see you take ownership of full generalist HR activities for employees within Australia. Working closely with the Group Head of HR, you will hit the ground running by providing professional HR advice to senior management and assist with various HR initiatives and projects. This is a permanent full time position within a flexible work environment. Key Accountabilities Regular collaboration and coaching with the Group Head of HR Work with an organisation whose HR team is truly valued Support the Group Head HR with HR initiatives and projects (incl. workplace safety) Advise and coach managers using generalist knowledge across all areas of the employee life cyclesKey RequirementsPrevious experience working across the employee life cycle Ability to forge strong relationships with employees and managementBroad knowledge of Awards, Employment Law and RegulationsWhat to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email Charlotte Prior: cprior@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV or 0435 282 160.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 SummaryWork with an organisation who offers growth and development, work-life balance and employment stability. This is an exciting opportunity to join an essential Australia-New Zealand organisation as their HR Advisor. Based in Sydney CBD, this role will see you take ownership of full generalist HR activities for employees within Australia. Working closely with the Group Head of HR, you will hit the ground running by providing professional HR advice to senior management and assist with various HR initiatives and projects. This is a permanent full time position within a flexible work environment. Key Accountabilities Regular collaboration and coaching with the Group Head of HR Work with an organisation whose HR team is truly valued Support the Group Head HR with HR initiatives and projects (incl. workplace safety) Advise and coach managers using generalist knowledge across all areas of the employee life cyclesKey RequirementsPrevious experience working across the employee life cycle Ability to forge strong relationships with employees and managementBroad knowledge of Awards, Employment Law and RegulationsWhat to do now:If this sounds like you click apply now or email Charlotte Prior: cprior@hrpartners.com.au with your latest CV or 0435 282 160.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
    • permanent
    • AU$151 - AU$170,000, per year, + super
    • full-time
    The People & Culture Manager is primarily responsible for providing generalist HR leadership and support across the business whilst also acting as a strategic partner and change agent who possesses strong commercial acumen and the ability to contribute at both strategic and operational levels.Managing a dedicated HR Consultant and partnering closely with the Managing Director, you will be responsible for providing expertise within the areas of; remuneration and benefits, recruitment, performance management, people development, development of HR initiatives and general policy and procedure changes.Key responsibilities include; not limited to:Deliver a professional and accessible presence for the HR team across the company, Champion the focus for cultural improvements and new initiatives, Active participation within the Leadership team, Provide timely and professional support to internal customers, Take ownership in the preparation of the annual cultural survey results and actively engage in follow up actions with General Managers for improvement initiatives, Active involvement in all internal communication events including company wide roadshows and branch updates.Ideal experience requiredIdeally 10 years HR experience within a blue collar environment or similar, Industry experience in trade/service delivery preferred, Tertiary or trade qualification desirable, Demonstrated leadership and business partnering experience,Sound understanding of general human resources policies and procedures,Understanding of National Employment Standards and Fair Work Act,Excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, ethics, and cultural awareness,Proven ability to build relationships through genuine communication, prompt action and effective problem-solving,Previous experience working in a blue-collar environment highly regardedShould you be interested in this opportunity then please apply now or email your updated resume to mkhouri@hrpartners.com.auAt HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    The People & Culture Manager is primarily responsible for providing generalist HR leadership and support across the business whilst also acting as a strategic partner and change agent who possesses strong commercial acumen and the ability to contribute at both strategic and operational levels.Managing a dedicated HR Consultant and partnering closely with the Managing Director, you will be responsible for providing expertise within the areas of; remuneration and benefits, recruitment, performance management, people development, development of HR initiatives and general policy and procedure changes.Key responsibilities include; not limited to:Deliver a professional and accessible presence for the HR team across the company, Champion the focus for cultural improvements and new initiatives, Active participation within the Leadership team, Provide timely and professional support to internal customers, Take ownership in the preparation of the annual cultural survey results and actively engage in follow up actions with General Managers for improvement initiatives, Active involvement in all internal communication events including company wide roadshows and branch updates.Ideal experience requiredIdeally 10 years HR experience within a blue collar environment or similar, Industry experience in trade/service delivery preferred, Tertiary or trade qualification desirable, Demonstrated leadership and business partnering experience,Sound understanding of general human resources policies and procedures,Understanding of National Employment Standards and Fair Work Act,Excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, ethics, and cultural awareness,Proven ability to build relationships through genuine communication, prompt action and effective problem-solving,Previous experience working in a blue-collar environment highly regardedShould you be interested in this opportunity then please apply now or email your updated resume to mkhouri@hrpartners.com.auAt HR Partners, 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
    • permanent
    • AU$120,000 - AU$140,000 per year
    • full-time
    This organisation provides a crucial service offering to vulnerable Australians. This role will combine your operational OH&S experience with your ability to develop a contemporary OH&S culture and drive a range of programs and initiatives in a diverse, multi-site environment.You will drive a unified and consistent approach to OH&S across this business as part of an ambition to achieve best practice and provide continuous improvement to the safety processes and culture of this business. Responsibilities will include:Build upon the organisation’s safety culture. Ensure relevant legislation is effectively implemented and followed.Provide legislative and work related safety advice, risk assessments, incident investigations and safety procedures.Identify, assess and recommend suitable and reasonable risk control solutions for workplace hazards within the company’s policy and legal framework Developing and maintaining effective professional relationships with key internal and external stakeholdersPartner the management team to encourage safe and thorough OH&S practices Review online incident reporting and ensure compliance and reporting integrity.Partner with the WH&S team and broader leadership team to mitigate risks and strategise to improve a contemporary OH&S frameworkThis role will require a strong strategic focus. Working closely with stakeholders in a business partnering capacity you will advise on large scale policy, procedure, change management and implementation. You will drive a unified and consistent approach to Safety Health and Wellbeing across a multi-site environment.Please send your CV in WORD format through the link below enquiries to Tim Newham on (07) 3031 3291 At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    This organisation provides a crucial service offering to vulnerable Australians. This role will combine your operational OH&S experience with your ability to develop a contemporary OH&S culture and drive a range of programs and initiatives in a diverse, multi-site environment.You will drive a unified and consistent approach to OH&S across this business as part of an ambition to achieve best practice and provide continuous improvement to the safety processes and culture of this business. Responsibilities will include:Build upon the organisation’s safety culture. Ensure relevant legislation is effectively implemented and followed.Provide legislative and work related safety advice, risk assessments, incident investigations and safety procedures.Identify, assess and recommend suitable and reasonable risk control solutions for workplace hazards within the company’s policy and legal framework Developing and maintaining effective professional relationships with key internal and external stakeholdersPartner the management team to encourage safe and thorough OH&S practices Review online incident reporting and ensure compliance and reporting integrity.Partner with the WH&S team and broader leadership team to mitigate risks and strategise to improve a contemporary OH&S frameworkThis role will require a strong strategic focus. Working closely with stakeholders in a business partnering capacity you will advise on large scale policy, procedure, change management and implementation. You will drive a unified and consistent approach to Safety Health and Wellbeing across a multi-site environment.Please send your CV in WORD format through the link below enquiries to Tim Newham on (07) 3031 3291 At HR Partners, 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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