|Salary:||$125,000 - $150,000|
|Posted:||about 2 months ago|
- Multi-award-winning commercial company
- Committed to a personalised and progressive approach
- Big focus on learning and development | Coaching and mentoring
About the company
You will be working for an award-winning organisation. They have offices in Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland. You will be responsible for the people and culture department in Victoria, in addition to their new offices that have opened in QLD.
The company started as a family run business which is still fostered in the company culture today. The business is now over 200 big, with 100 being in the Victoria offices. The senior leadership team are very collaborative and supportive to their staff. The company promote an excellent work-life balance and put emphasis on growth and development.
They are currently working on a hybrid model and will continue to do so going forward. There will be a 50/50 split between working in the office and from home.
Your key responsibilities include:
- Lead continued development and performance processes
- Support and advise the Executive team on organisational change management, providing advice and support to the wider organisation
- Manage and lead staff development and performance processes
- Support line managers through the performance review & development cycle, including performance improvement plans and development needs analysis
- Ensure the HR lifecycle of employees is managed in accordance with standards
- Advise senior management on staff attraction and retention strategies.
- Manage or advise senior management on all employment relations matters, managing grievance and misconduct claims
- Manage the administration of any workers’ compensation claims and return to work coordination for any staff returning after extended leave
- Develop and maintain employment-related policies and procedures, and ensure they are consistent with implementation across the organisation
- Support recruitment requirement needs as required
- Manage all leave requests and associated administration processes including, time-in-lieu per state.
You will have the following:
- Sound knowledge of Human Resources, recruitment processes and other related matters
- Bachelor of Business Management (Human Resource Management) or equivalent
- Ideally 5 years’ experience in a HR related role or similar
- Knowledge of administrative practices within the Human resource division
- Advanced Microsoft Office
- Ability to build, foster and maintain good working relationships with all stakeholders, internal and external to the business
- High level of integrity, confidentiality, and accountability
- Strong communication skills (both written & verbal)
- Collaborative – integrates information across the company
- Ability to work autonomously
- Previous experience within construction industry would be advantageous but not essential.
A hybrid working environment and senior leadership team who really encourage flexible working for their staff. You will be given a mobile phone allowance
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.