Job Details
  • Reference402514B_1672191546
  • LocationSouthbank
  • SalaryAU$95000 - AU$100000 per annum + Attractive salary package
  • Job TypeContract
  • Postedabout 1 month ago
  • ConsultantNimmy De Silva
HR Consultant

We at Chandler Macleod are currently seeking an experienced HR Consultant for a 12 month permanent contract for a hybrid role within the NFP health sector.

Primary Purpose

The Human Resources (HR) Consultant is responsible for the provision of advice, coaching and support to people leaders across the full breadth of People & Culture (P&C) activities, and in accordance with relevant legislation, Enterprise Agreements, Awards, policies and procedures.

As a part of the broader People & Culture team, this position will effectively liaise with national and other regional P&C teams for effective implementation and provision of HR services.

People and Culture:

  • Practice in accordance with relevant policies and procedures, the position description, Code of Conduct and industrial agreements.
  • Communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation
  • Support managers to effectively communicate with employees and to lead and develop their employees to achieve their potential
  • Empower managers and employees to provide feedback and ideas to influence the way that services are provided

Decision Making:

  • Operate in accordance with established guidelines, procedures and P&C delegations

Stakeholder Management:

  • Develop professional and respectful relationships with external stakeholders

Excellence in Service Development:

  • Identify and recommend new and innovative strategies, policies, procedures and systems that contribute to the effective delivery of contemporary P&C services
  • Contribute to the development and/or review of policies and procedures and related documentation


  • Effectively partner with managers and build trusted, collaborative and productive working relationships
  • Provide advice, coaching and support to managers and employees across the full breadth of P&C matters including the interpretation and application of relevant legislation, Enterprise Agreements and Awards, policies and procedures

· Lead the management of grievances and disciplinary processes, including undertaking formal investigations, and prepare written briefs and recommendations for consideration and approval

  • Coach and guide people leaders to effectively manage employee performance, and provide advice on formal performance management processes
  • Support managers and RTW Coordinators/Officers in the management of non-work related injury and illness, including the coordination of independent medical assessments.
  • Collaborate with P&C colleagues in the provision of advice on recruitment and selection
  • Support the Regional Director People & Culture (RDPC) in the development and delivery of P&C projects and initiatives
  • Support the RDPC in preparation for the negotiations of Enterprise Agreements, as required
  • Work collaboratively to ensure a consistent approach is applied to human resources matters across company services in Victoria and Tasmania


  • Prepare written briefs and reports for the RDPC and other senior leaders, as required
  • Ensure accurate record keeping of applicable human resources matters
  • Undertake analysis of workforce data, including employee engagement surveys, and produce reports for the RDPC to identify trends and inform decision making

WH&S Responsibilities:

  • Take reasonable care of your own health and safety and the health and safety of others in the workplace;
  • Comply with relevant WHS policies, procedures, work instructions and requests;
  • Report to your supervisor any incident or unsafe conditions which come to your attention;


  • Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management or related field, or demonstrated equivalent skills, knowledge and experience.
  • Demonstrated experience working as a generalist HR professional in a large organisation
  • Demonstrated understanding of, and experience in the interpretation and application of employment legislation, enterprise agreements, policies and procedures
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and undertake workplace investigations and disciplinary processes
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain trusted, collaborative and productive relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Highly developed verbal and written communication skills, with experience in preparation of written briefs/reports for senior leaders, and in delivering presentations to internal stakeholders
  • A personal commitment to the Mission, Vision and Values of client.
  • A current and valid Driver's Licence
  • COVID-19 vaccination is a mandatory requirement
  • Experience in the health care sector

If this sounds like the right role for you, apply today by submitting your CV.