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ER/HR Advisor

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Job Listing Date
29 Aug 2019
Location
Brisbane, CBD & Inner Suburbs
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Human Resources & Recruitment, Industrial & Employee Relations

ER/HR Advisor

About the job

 

This is an exciting opportunity for a legal professional to join an in-house team or an experienced ER / HR Advisor to take their next career challenge. Reporting to the Program Manager and working closely with the well-established team this role responsibilities include:

 

  • Providing members with general guidance on all aspects of the employment relationship including rates of pay, disciplinary procedures, termination of employment, superannuation, workers' compensation and workplace health and safety;

  • Assistance in creating and negotiating/lodging enterprise agreements;

  • Assist in the development, implementation and modification of manuals, guidelines, policies and products organistation offers to its members;  

  • Provide general advice on the Fair Work Act and other associated legislation, Awards, employment agreements, and policies to members;

  • Maintain and update information service via development of Fact Sheets, written articles, case studies, web content and newsletters;

  • Maintain policy and procedures and identify opportunities for improvement and resolve problems, through control of HR manual;  

  • Maintain an in-house employee training system that addresses company training needs  and coordinate recruitment administration; 

  • Lead the internal staff communication to foster regional engagement and inclusion; 

  • Keep abreast of current trends and issues within the HR/ER sector;  

  • As a member of a project management team deliver training and certification programs.

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About the organisation

 

Our client is a non profit peak representative body for Queensland Horticulture Industry. With its main focus on delivering professional services to the industry members and other stakeholders this organisation thrives to enhance their members’ business efficiency and profitability, provide powerful representation to local, state and national governments, government agencies and key stakeholders in the supply chain.
 

 

About you

 

To be successful in this role you will demonstrate:

  • Tertiary education in HR, Law, Business, Employee/Industrial Relations or a related discipline;

  • 3+ years of experience in the related field;

  • Comprehensive understanding and knowledge of Fair Work Act and Modern Awards and other industrial instruments;

  • Knowledge of regulatory requirements for Australian Industrial Relations Framework;

  • Demonstrated experience in establishing relationships with key stakeholders;

  • Ability to provide clear and accurate verbal and written advice on IR matters;

  • Strong verbal communication and ‘people’ skills and the ability to liaise professionally with a variety of members and clients; 

  • Proven customer service, problem solving and analytical skills;

  • Ability to occasionally travel, when required.

 

If that opportunity sounds interesting and you’d like to be at the forefront of shaping the Queensland Horticulture industry, while providing exceptional service to members ensuring growth and profitability of their operations then, please, apply on-line following the prompts. 

www.greenfieldhrs.com.au

About the job

 

This is an exciting opportunity for a legal professional to join an in-house team or an experienced ER / HR Advisor to take their next career challenge. Reporting to the Program Manager and working closely with the well-established team this role responsibilities include:

 

  • Providing members with general guidance on all aspects of the employment relationship including rates of pay, disciplinary procedures, termination of employment, superannuation, workers' compensation and workplace health and safety;

  • Assistance in creating and negotiating/lodging enterprise agreements;

  • Assist in the development, implementation and modification of manuals, guidelines, policies and products organistation offers to its members;  

  • Provide general advice on the Fair Work Act and other associated legislation, Awards, employment agreements, and policies to members;

  • Maintain and update information service via development of Fact Sheets, written articles, case studies, web content and newsletters;

  • Maintain policy and procedures and identify opportunities for improvement and resolve problems, through control of HR manual;  

  • Maintain an in-house employee training system that addresses company training needs  and coordinate recruitment administration; 

  • Lead the internal staff communication to foster regional engagement and inclusion; 

  • Keep abreast of current trends and issues within the HR/ER sector;  

  • As a member of a project management team deliver training and certification programs.

  •  

About the organisation

 

Our client is a non profit peak representative body for Queensland Horticulture Industry. With its main focus on delivering professional services to the industry members and other stakeholders this organisation thrives to enhance their members’ business efficiency and profitability, provide powerful representation to local, state and national governments, government agencies and key stakeholders in the supply chain.
 

 

About you

 

To be successful in this role you will demonstrate:

  • Tertiary education in HR, Law, Business, Employee/Industrial Relations or a related discipline;

  • 3+ years of experience in the related field;

  • Comprehensive understanding and knowledge of Fair Work Act and Modern Awards and other industrial instruments;

  • Knowledge of regulatory requirements for Australian Industrial Relations Framework;

  • Demonstrated experience in establishing relationships with key stakeholders;

  • Ability to provide clear and accurate verbal and written advice on IR matters;

  • Strong verbal communication and ‘people’ skills and the ability to liaise professionally with a variety of members and clients; 

  • Proven customer service, problem solving and analytical skills;

  • Ability to occasionally travel, when required.

 

If that opportunity sounds interesting and you’d like to be at the forefront of shaping the Queensland Horticulture industry, while providing exceptional service to members ensuring growth and profitability of their operations then, please, apply on-line following the prompts. 

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