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HR Business Partner

Apply now Job no: 506085
Work type: Full time
Location: Australia
Categories: Group Human Resources
Office Location: Sydney

Job Purpose:

Support business in driving economies of scale and margin growth while growing Group global footprint. Provide highly qualified HR expertise to ensure business effectiveness. Deliver a standard set of Core HR Services across the whole organisation available to employees and managers in every office. Provide the business with key and basic HR analytics that supports decision making. 

This role will reports to the Sub-regional HR Director and indirect reports to country MDs. 

Key Responsibilities:

Enable organizational change

  • Manage organizational development and realize org construct changes
  • Conduct workforce planning, assess and allocate employees to appropriate roles within the organization
  • Manage general change situations

Enable organisational effectiveness

  • Manage strategic business partnering and alignment of HR strategy to business strategy
  • Provide business performance management support
  • Facilitate people management decision making and execution
  • Manage turnover reduction plans and run the departure view survey
  • Manage HR analytics and provide data input

Recruit and on-board employees

  • Support recruitment, define the job role
  • Obtain hiring and compensation approvals
  • Select candidate, extend hiring offer and arrange contract to the successful candidate
  • Manage staff mobility and office transfer requests. Ensure end employment in home office
  • Manage staff on boarding: prepare for arrival, induction, probation assessment

Manage and develop employees 

  • Manage performance: set objectives, ensure personal development plans, manage the mid-year and year end review
  • Manage under performance

Reward and guide employees 

  • Manage Group and local benefits schemes
  • Manage the annual pay review and out of cycle compensation changes
  • Manage employee administration: employees’ files, input and output to/from payroll administration
  • Manage employee relations: absenteeism, relations with WOCs, unions and staff reps, grievance, disciplinary action, legal disputes, diversity inclusion
  • Manage voluntary exits: resignations, retirement.
  • Manage non-voluntary exits: redundancy, dismissals, long term sickness, death-in service

Manage the HR function

  • Localize global governance docs incl. Employee handbooks, HR related policies and procedures.

Key Requirements:

  • Graduate in a relevant field and a professional qualification
  • With at least 5 years relevant experience in a similar role within international organization
  • Strong knowledge of local labour law and migration regulation
  • Prior people management experience and proven managerial skills    
  • Expertise in all MS Office packages (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook). Other software packages as appropriate
  • Fluent in both written and spoken English.
  • Strong attention to detail, coordination and organizational skills
  • Good communication and negotiation skills (verbal and written), able to communicate at all levels of the company
  • Act with integrity. Attention to details. Ability to prioritize and plan work effectively
  • High level of independence and self-organization. Report timely, advice accordingly.

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Applications close: AUS Eastern Daylight Time

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