What's it like to be a Human Resources Coordinator?
Human Resource (HR) Coordinators manage and oversee issues related to staff orientation and employment, data collection and reporting, injury management, compensation and labour negotiations.
Tasks and duties
- Supporting the HR team with end-to-end recruitment including hiring, inducting and on-boarding new staff.
- Assisting staff with employment-related matters including leave management and interpretation of enterprise agreements, awards and conditions of employment.
- Providing HR advice in employee relations and performance management matters.
Human Resource Coordinators are responsible for overseeing the full employee lifecycle, in addition to contributing to the development and review of HR policies, and analysing data metrics.
Human Resource Coordinators tend to be organised individuals who have exceptional communication skills, with the ability to form productive working relationships with a wide range of employees.
What can I earn as a Human Resources Coordinator?
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How to become a Human Resources Coordinator
- Undertake a qualification in human resources, such as a Certificate IV in Human Resources (BSB41015), Diploma of Human Resources Management (BSB50618), or a Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management).
- There are numerous opportunities for Human Resource Coordinators who wish to develop their careers, such as becoming a Human Resources Director, Consultant or Advisor.
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