Job Details
  • Reference355193A_1583358900
  • LocationChatswood
  • SalaryNegotiable
  • Job TypeFull Time
  • Postedalmost 3 years ago
  • ConsultantTom Hodgson

We are currently recruiting for a People & Culture Coordinator for our client, a well regarded community based organisation in Chatswood on a Fixed full time basis for 9- 12 months. Salary is from $74,466+ super + salary packaging (commercial value of overall package is $89,918).

The purpose of the role is to ensure that People and Culture operations are implemented efficiently and consistently. Working as part of a dynamic team, you will be flexible and willing to work as a true generalist.
The People & Culture Coordinator is responsible for providing HR support to staff to ensure HR processes are completed in line with relevant policies and procedures and the People & Culture strategy.


  • Proactively develop, update and maintain HR correspondence, letters documentation, forms, templates etc. to ensure we implement and maintain best practice HR procedures and compliant records management.
  • Co-ordination and administration of all HR forms, templates and standard letters required in HR.
  • Contribute to the development, implementation and communication of HR policies, procedures and forms and keep these maintained.
  • Prepare HR reports as and when required.
  • Co-ordinate and work with managers to facilitate, end-to-end recruitment (internal and external campaigns) including revision of job descriptions, advertising, candidate application management, tracking, interviewing, selection, onboarding and induction programs.
  • Implement a range of appropriate and cost-effective recruitment advertising activities to attract suitable candidates.
  • Effectively coordinate all documentation for new employees, ensuring they receive comprehensive new starter packs, contracts of employment including police and Working with Children checks promptly.
  • Facilitate new employee documents and administration to Payroll.
  • Co-ordinate the induction program for new staff.
  • Seek onboarding feedback from new employees and proactively assist with resolving any issues.
  • Ensure all staff changes and terminations are documented and approved.
  • Coordinate the Flexible Leave arrangements, purchase leave applications and letters.
  • Develop and utilise HR/Payroll reports to meet all HR staff requirements.
  • Review, establish and maintain effective administrative, personnel filing and systems.
  • Administer employment contracts, variations and maintain all associated documentation within the employee lifecycle and employee files.
  • Creation and management of employment contracts.
  • Updating People & Culture documents / process / procedures and policies.

    Qualifications & Experience
    Ideally you have experience as a generalist in a fast-paced environment and possess the following requirements:
  • High level communication & interpersonal skills (written and oral communication skills) will demonstrate confidence to manage correspondence to a diverse range of stakeholders.
  • Completed or be studying towards tertiary qualifications in HR Management
  • 3+ years of practical HR generalist experience
  • Superior organisational skills with strong attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritise, problem solve and take responsible initiative
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and adhere to the highest ethical standards
  • A proactive flexible 'can-do' approach is vital, working both collaboratively with a collaborative team and as an autonomous effectively focused achiever
  • Intermediate to advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office - Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Good working knowledge of an awards-based system
  • Able to show initiative within a team environment.

    If this role is of interest then please apply