HR Business Partner

Job title : HR Business Partner
Location : Victoria
Job type : Contract or Temp
Job reference : 1506725
The Organisation
Our client is a prominent provider in Disability and Community Support Services, operating in Australia. Committed to enabling individuals to lead fulfilling lives, they offer a comprehensive range of support services aimed at empowering people with disabilities to thrive within their communities. With a vision to become the foremost integrated community service provider nationally, they emphasize in delivering high-quality care and fostering inclusivity. Through their dedication to excellence and their focus on making a positive impact, our client stands as a leader in the field, dedicated to helping individuals achieve their full potential.
  • Immediate Start: Get started in the role at short notice for the right candidate
  • Flexible Work Arrangements: Enjoy the flexibility of a hybrid work model, spending 4 days in the office and 1 day working from home.
  • Convenient Facilities: Free onsite parking where you will benefit from working closer to home with offices in the east.
  • Diverse and Inclusive Culture: Be a part of an organization that values diversity and is dedicated to fostering safe and inclusive work environments.
The Role
Our client is immediately seeking a skilled HR Generalist to join them in their office based in the eastern Suburbs of Melbourne. The role will start of as a temporary assignment with the view to extend or become permanent. In this role, you'll play a pivotal part in delivering a comprehensive range of HR services tailored to their Victorian operations.
Key Responsibilities
  • HR Advice and Support: Providing expert HR advice and support throughout the employee lifecycle, from onboarding to performance management and grievance resolution.
  • Investigations and Complaint Resolution: Conducting thorough investigations into employee complaints, ensuring compliance with legislation and procedural fairness.
  • Leadership Development: Mentoring and coaching managers on performance management and fostering leadership capabilities.
  • Wellbeing and Engagement Initiatives: Driving the implementation of wellbeing and engagement initiatives aligned with our workforce strategy.  
Skills and Experience
  • Resilience and Adaptability: Resilience and adaptability in a fast-paced environment.
  • Educational Background: Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or a related field.
  • Industry Experience: Proven HR experience within Disability, Community Services, or Health sectors.
  • Legal Knowledge: In-depth knowledge of relevant legislation and awards, particularly the SCHADS award.
  • Leadership Skills: Demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to facilitate performance management discussions.
  • Passion for Positive Change: A passion for effecting positive change and fostering an inclusive organizational culture.
How to Apply:
If you're ready to take the next step in your career journey and this role resonates with you, apply directly using the link provided below and attach an updated copy of your resume. For a confidential discussion about your career or further information on this opportunity, reach out to Rebecca Aparo at 0457 721 149/