Human Resources

HR Business Partner

Job details

Location: Fairfield
Salary: 110000
Job Type: Permanent
Reference: 110104
Posted: about 2 months ago

Job description

Bring your ER and business partnering expertise | Join a warm and welcoming team | Flexibility offered| $110,000 + super + salary packaging

  • The focus of the role will be to build a genuine business partner relationship with key internal stakeholders to enable them to meet their operational and strategic goals
  • Flexible hybrid work environment | Offices based on the city’s fringe
  • Working for a not-for-profit who put their people first | $110,000 + super + salary packaging

About the company:

This opportunity is with a leading not-for-profit organisation. You will be joining a team of business partners and will be reporting directly into the Senior HR Business Partner. This is a true generalist business partnering role, you will be supporting a large portfolio of the business and will require you to build sustainable relationships with your portfolio. The initial priorities will include support with some key employee relation issues and case management. 

The role is full-time, Monday – Friday. The organisation offers flexible hybrid working, the team tend to go into the office three times a week. Their head offices are based just north of the city.  


Your key responsibilities include:

  • Work within the People & Culture (P&C) team and support the National Manager P&C Services in developing a program of continuous improvement activities to streamline and enhance processes and systems to support operational activities across the board.
  • Work with the P&C team to develop workforce reports to assist stakeholder managers’ decision making in workforce matters.
  • Contribute to organisational planning and decision making by providing technical knowledge of People & Culture related policies and procedures and legislative frameworks.
  • Provide advice and assistance to leaders on any staffing issues, including but not limited to; Dispute Resolution; Unsatisfactory Work Performance; Misconduct; Termination; Workcover and Return to Work
  • Partner with Workplace Relations Manager in the provision of advice, consultancy and case management of people matters ensuring compliance with employment legislation, policy/procedure and best practice and the identification and mitigation of risks
  • Coach and guide leaders on any change management
  • Work within the People & Culture (P&C) team and support the Senior Manager P&C Services in developing a program of continuous improvement activities
  • Work with the P&C team to develop workforce reports to assist stakeholder managers’ decision making in workforce matters.
  • Support the implementation of remuneration policy and associated remuneration and benefits and job classification processes, ensuring ongoing compliance with awards
  • Assist staff seeking advice on all matters relating to their employment.
  • In collaboration with the National Manager P&C Services and National Manager Organisational Development, and where appropriate, contribute to the design, delivery, and coordination of leadership development programs

You will have the following:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in Human Resources Management or demonstrated working experience.
  • Broad generalist human resources knowledge and demonstrated experience including, workplace and industrial relations, workforce planning, redundancies, performance management, workplace investigations, recruitment, on-boarding, orientation, and reporting
  • Demonstrated ability to devise, implement and embed human resources policies and programs
  • Highly developed relationship building, coaching, and influencing skills with the ability to deal with people on complex and sensitive issues.
  • Working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook and familiarity with the functioning of an HRIS/HCM.
  • It would be desirable if you had working knowledge of SCHADS Award and prior experience working within the community, health, and/or not-for-profit sectors


  • Flexible hybrid work model
  • Salary packaging options
  • Inclusive and supportive culture
  • Learning and development opportunities
  • Opportunity to see the impacts of your work
  • Work for a community minded organisation

If you are interested in this role please APPLY with your resume and cover letter, addressed to Alice Rimmer at Charterhouse –

At Charterhouse, we embrace, and value, diversity of culture, working arrangements, sexual orientation, and gender identity. On behalf of our client, we promote a workplace that actively seeks to include and welcome unique contributions of all people; to embrace and celebrate the value of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, their skills, and contributions to the workplace.