Full-Time position available
Royal Freemasons’ Benevolent Institution (RFBI) was established in 1880 to help people in need. RFBI is an independent, not for profit organisation operating in NSW and ACT. We are an award winning, leading aged care provider with a vision to provide quality aged care services that are accessible by all people and has a positive impact on their lives. We operate 22 residential aged care villages, 20 retirement villages and a range of home and community services across NSW and the ACT.
We are currently looking for a Human Resources Advisor to join our HR team at Head Office, which is located in the heart of the Sydney CBD.
This role is a permanent full-time position reporting to the Chief of People and Culture. With this dynamic role, you will work with all business units to ensure that RFBI has the right people at the right time, working at capacity to deliver great outcomes for RFBI. You will be responsible for the end-to-end employee lifecycle.
Within this dynamic role you will be responsible for the following:
- Be first point of contact in responding to internal and external HR related enquiries or requests
- Provide HR advice, generalist support and coaching to designated region in all facets of operational HR
- Implement change management of HR processes
- Review and update existing policies and procedures and support HR Policy development and implementation.
- Lead various HR initiatives and contribute to the development and delivery of projects
- Identify, source and coordinate learning and development opportunities, for all staff
- Assist senior managers in business decisions involving workforce planning, recruitment, case management or any employee matters
- Coordinate learning and development
- Preparation and delivery of training
To be successful you will have the following:
- 5+ years similar experience in HR Generalist or HR Advisor experience within a medium to large organisation
- Tertiary qualification in Human Resources, Business or relevant field (preferable)
- Knowledge of Award, EBAs, HR and Payroll Statutory and Legislative requirement
- Working in a unionised environment (advantageous)
- Demonstrated experience in employee relations
- Demonstrated practical knowledge and understanding of WHS legislation
- Well-developed planning, organizational, time management and problem solving skills
- You must have or be able to obtain a current National Police Check (AFP Code 22) and be willing to undergo a Pre-Employment Functional Assessment to be eligible for the role.
- All applicants must be eligible to work in Australia.
- To be successful you will demonstrate your passion to make a difference in the lives of our residents and to work with them to ensure they receive the highest possible care, tailored to their needs and preferences.
Applications Close: Sunday 8th March 2020
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