An exciting opportunity exists for an efficient and reliable HR Consultant.
Summary about this job
Industrial & Employee Relations
Company: Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network
Work type: Contract/Temp
Salary: $90,099 - $110,422
Detail information about job HR Consultant. Terms and conditions vacancy
An exciting opportunity exists for an efficient and reliable HR Consultant to work on a temporary basis within the HR department of an internationally recognised health organisation.
The Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (SCHN) is the largest paediatric health care entity in Australia, committed to working in partnership to improve the health and wellbeing of children through clinical care, research, education and advocacy. The Network works closely with a range of health professionals in the community to provide high quality health services to children from all over New South Wales and beyond.
The HR Consultant is responsible to the HR Manager, and forms part of a team of HR professionals providing HR advice, coaching and consultancy services across the Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (SCHN). The team supports the HR business needs and strategy within the Directorates where HR generalist support is required, with a provision of service to approximately 2,500 employees.
The role also includes the development and maintenance of relationships with stakeholders across the Network in order to build trust in delivering quality services.
This position is for leave relief for up to 2 months and will require the successful applicant to work at Sydney Children's Hospital (Randwick) for 3 days per week and Westmead Children's Hospital for 2 days per week.
Please provide a resume as well as a cover letter addressing the following Selection Criteria:
- Relevant tertiary qualifications in HR management, employee relations, employment law, business, or other relevant field and / or professional experience in human resources management in a complex and diverse service industry organisation.
- A sound understanding of strategic and operational HR and employee relations, with a commitment to the development of contemporary HR business solutions.
- Proven experience in providing Workforce / HR advice and consultancy services, including the ability to manage case loads.
- Well-developed communication, interpersonal, analytical and problem solving skills, including demonstrated ability to prepare complex written documents including briefs and reports.
- Resilience and ability to work at a fast pace with multiple priorities and challenges.
- Experience in assisting in the development of innovative and contemporary workforce policies and strategies, and the potential to contribute to people and culture projects
- Demonstrated ability to consult effectively with key stakeholders including management, staff, industrial organisations, and external agencies.
- A sound knowledge of the legislation, regulative requirements and contemporary trends relating to HR management.
Closing date for applications: 1st July 2018