HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER
- Leading National Architecture Studio
- Key operational position working with the Principal of P&C
- All-round HR support and management of the employee lifecycle
About the Studio
Leaders in their field, this busy Architecture practice has a strong commitment to their work, their community, and their staff. This commitment has seen their company become a key player in Australias architecture scene.
Starting in Melbourne, they have seen their company expand over the past decade to include offices across all major eastern cities, as well as Perth.
About the Role
Their outstanding business and operational structures, have maintained a positive workplace culture throughout their continued and sustained growth. With the National Principal of People and Culture turning their attention to a unified national strategy, they are looking to recruit a skillful Human Resources Manager to oversee the Melbourne office HR functions.
Managing HR functions across the office, you will be responsible for:
- End-to-end recruitment (including contract preparation) and onboarding new starters
- Resource planning including identification of gaps in skills and requirements
- Idenfitication, tracking, and management of training and development requirements for employees
- Assisting in the development of policies and procedures
- Interpretation and implementation of national employement legislations and applicable Awards, benchmarking remuneration and employee benefits
- Overseeing and implementing employee review processes and performance management processes
- Maintenance and administration of employee records, human resources information system, and employee database
- Assisting in terminations, redundancies and exit interviews
- Generalist HR advice and support to employees and the company
Supported by both the National Principal of P&C, and the Finance Manager, this position will take the reins on day-to-day people management, stepping away from larger strategic and payroll functions.
Ideal for a dedicated professional, this role would best suit an organised and empathetic HR Manager. The ideal background will have:
- Extensive experience in an all-round HR management position
- A degree in Human Resources Managerment / Business (HR)
- Previous experience in a large office environment (100+)
- Exposure to architecture, design, or engineering practices will be advantageous
- Personable and approachable communication style
- Exposure and knowledge of OH&S regulations
About the culture & benefits
Their commitment to their team show through strong employee benefits. In addition to a supportive working environment, they offer:
- A strong CPD program with annual training leave and bonuses
- Annual performance and salary reviews to support your career progression
- Bi-annual social functions to dine, wine, and socialise with your team, and an annual 'family day'
- A social fund to keep you and the team connected, along with social sporting teams
- Frequent casual team get togethers over lunch or morning tea
- A supported parental leave scheme
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