HR Officer

Job Description

IPA have an exciting opportunity available for an experienced HR Officer to join our Client's growing business.



The successful candidate will be employed by IPA on a labour hire basis, contracted to our client.



Long term, the role will transition in to a permanent role directly with the business for the right person.



There is an excellent pay rate on offer, which will be discussed at the interview stages and the position will be full time hours, Monday to Friday



Our client is a large and growing disability support business and while you will work independently, you will be supported by dedicated management team.



Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:



Employee Relations

  • Serve as a point of contact for employee inquiries and provide basic information on our HR policies.
  • Foster positive employee relations by promoting effective communication across the organisation.
  • Arrange employee engagement activities and events.
Recruitment & Onboarding

  • Coordinate job postings on various platforms and assist in the screening of applications.
  • Schedule interviews and communicate with candidates to ensure a positive recruitment experience.
  • Facilitate the onboarding process for new hires, ensuring familiarisation with company policies and procedures.
Staff Training & Development

  • Coordinate the training programs across the group.
  • Communicate details of training events to employees, including the schedule, accommodation, and travel arrangements.
  • Coordinating and facilitating training solutions aligned with company priority's including liaising with RTO"S and Tafe.
  • Supporting leader in employee meetings and business communications including performance management, and disciplinary meetings.

Administrative Support

  • Maintain accurate and up to date employee records and files, including work related licencing.
  • Enter HR-related data.
  • Generate basic HR reports.

Essential Requirements:



  • Qualifications and Experience: Qualifications in human resources or a related field, or a combination of relevant professional experience.
  • Human Resources Expertise: Relevant experience in People and Culture / HR Manager, including demonstrated success in developing human resource strategies, policies, and programs to align with organisational strategic and business planning processes.
  • Employee Relations knowledge: Thorough knowledge of relevant legislation, best practices, and experience managing employee relations matters.
  • Work Health and Safety Knowledge: An understanding of the key principles of work health and safety.
  • Risk Management Understanding: Familiarity with the key principles of risk management.
  • Strong Organisational Skills: Demonstrated time management and organisational skills to handle multiple tasks, prioritise responsibilities and meet deadlines.
  • Communication Skills: Strong verbal and written communication skills for effective interaction with employees, management and external stakeholders.
  • Initiative and Decision Making: Demonstrated ability to proactively show initiative and exhibit sound judgment and decision-making skills.

If you enjoy supporting businesses in this integral role, please apply now to be considered for this exciting opportunity. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted directly, alternatively for more information please call our office on 07 4924 9600 and speak with Kim.