Job Details
  • Reference394833C_1656723578
  • LocationNewcastle
  • Job TypeContract
  • Postedabout 1 month ago
  • ConsultantMargarita Mikayelyan

Hunter Water operates within the traditional country of the Awabakal, Geawegal, Darkinjung, Wonaruah and Worimi peoples. They recognise and deeply value their cultural heritage and beliefs and, in particular, their custodianship of the waters of the Hunter for more than 40,000 years.

Chandler Macleod are proud to partner with Hunter Water, a recognised Inclusive Employer across Newcastle and the Hunter Region, to work on an exciting opportunity recruiting a HR Officer to join a passionate and supportive team.

This is an identified Aboriginal / Torres Strait Islander position.

The HR Officer is primarily responsible for delivering core HR administration services across the business, providing key coordination support to the Senior HR Business Partners.

Responsibilities include:

  • Respond to general HR queries
  • Participate in and support inclusion and diversity initiatives, including Hunter Water's Reconciliation Action Plan
  • Coordinate recruitment and selection processes
  • Prepare HR correspondence
  • Process and maintain HR data in HRIS
  • Coordinate organisational surveys
  • Facilitate inductions for new starters
  • Support the annual performance and learning review cycle
  • Demonstrate the Hunter Water values of Inclusion, Trust, Leading, Learning and Wellbeing and actively participate in promoting our values based culture

About you:

  • Relevant work experience and/or qualifications in Human Resources
  • Discretion and the ability to maintain confidential information
  • Demonstrated relationship building skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously and work collaboratively across multi-disciplined teams
  • Excellent attention to detail

To submit your application, please APPLY now via the link above or for a confidential discussion, please call Kristi Banister on 0413 312 668.

Exemption is claimed under S126 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. An Aboriginal person (as defined by the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983) means a person who:

  • is member of the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander race of Australia, and
  • identifies as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island person, and
  • is accepted by the Aboriginal/Torres Strait Island community as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island person.