Industrial Relations Specialist

Western Suburbs Melbourne Permanent AU$85,000 - AU$95,000
  • Benefit from a team of professionals who are able to help you learn and strive
  • Work with a team who understand collaboration

About Our Client

Our client is a non-for-profit disability support service providing a range of quality individual and flexible support options, supported accommodation, employment and training, short stays and behaviour support for people with disabilities. My client's vision is to see a world where everyone has the opportunity to pursue their potential and they feel as though they are the catalysts for change in the broader community and in the lives of the people they serve.

Job Description

  • Be a major contributor and driver of organisational Industrial/employee relations processes
  • Provide expert advice on a wide range of matters relating to the management of the employment relationship, including and legislative and industrial agreement issues
  • Influence and drive a culture of confidence, responsiveness and confidentiality around employee relations activities and processes
  • Partner with organisational leaders to educate, coach and lead the through industrial processes
  • Represent the organisation in various meetings, conciliations, tribunals, commissions, sector groups and negotiations
  • Ensure organisational employee relations processes are clear, informative, and meet the legislative requirements and our industrial instrument obligations
  • Be a major contributor and driver in the development and implementation of employee relations and industrial employment policies and procedures, ensuring compliance wit legislative and regulatory requirements
  • Provide regular analysis and data for executive and board on employee relations legislative and activities including compliant management and resolution activities
  • Maintain appropriate documentation, while ensuring that all relevant employee information is maintained in the HRIS
  • Manage 2 direct reports: People and Culture Coordinators & Employee Relations Administrator Officer

The Successful Applicant

  • Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources Management, Industrial Relations or Employment Law
  • Minimum 3 years demonstrated team leadership experience
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with and provide advice to organisational leaders
  • Current knowledge of contemporary employment law and practice
  • The ability to travel to provide support as required
  • A current NDIS Worker Screening Check (must be maintained)
  • A current national Police Check (must be maintained)
  • A current unrestricted driver's licence (must be maintained)
  • A current Covid 19 vaccination record
  • Contemporary knowledge and experience in talent acquisition and onboarding processes
  • Demonstrated experience in the development and delivering of recruitment training
  • Demonstrated experience in the design, evaluation of implementation of employee/industrial relations processes

What's on Offer

  • This is a fantastic opportunity to build your career within the IR space for an organisation who will not only help you thrive but who have a wider agenda to make the community a better place.
  • Generous remuneration
  • Salary packaging on top of the base salary and superannuation
Contact
Constance Evans
Quote job ref
JN-042022-5411675
Phone number
+61 3 8640 3221

Job summary

Function
Human Resources
Specialisation
Employee Relations
What is your industry?
Not For Profit
Location
Western Suburbs Melbourne
Job Type
Permanent
Consultant name
Constance Evans
Consultant phone
+61 3 8640 3221
Job Reference
JN-042022-5411675