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Human Resources Administrator

Austroads is looking for a part-time Human Resources Administrator to become part of its Corporate Services team. The position is based in Melbourne and will report to the Austroads Human Resource Manager.

The HR Team is responsible for implementing the HR strategy and activities for Austroads. The Human Resources Administrator works with the Human Resources Manager and Human Resources Officer, to provide quality people services to Austroads and its staff, across the entire employee lifecycle.

The role is responsible for:

  • Preparing HR documents including position descriptions, employment contracts, letters and HR files.
  • The administration of HR processes including recruitment, performance appraisals and remuneration reviews.
  • Overseeing and managing the processes which enable onboarding, offboarding and cross-boarding of Austroads employees and contractors.
  • Coordinating inductions for new starters, including management of induction meetings, office tours, and necessary documentation.
  • Ensuring all HR activities are conducted professionally and that all employees are treated with dignity and respect in adherence to the Austroads values.
  • Assisting with providing guidance to all staff regarding HR policies and procedures.
  • Maintaining employment records in Employment Hero.
  • Assisting with administration and booking of training activities.
  • Providing other administrative assistance to the Corporate Services team, and the wider Austroads group as required.
  • Contributing to continuous improvement, identifying ways to enhance value for our members and the public.
  • Maintaining and adherence to Quality Systems processes and procedures associated with the role.
  • Other duties as directed.

Personal qualities:

A successful candidate will need to present a professional image and build strong relationships across the enterprise. Specifically, the role requires:

  • A service focused approach.
  • Self-management and personal leadership.
  • Sound judgement and problem-solving ability.
  • Strong networking and teamworking skills.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development and learning.
  • Professional ethics and integrity.
  • Comfort working in an environment which is constantly evolving.

View a copy of the position description

For more information or to express interest in this role, please use our online form to contact our Human Resources Manager.

Last updated on 1 July 2024