People and Culture Business Partner

FullTime
Eremea Home Care Services Head Office

About Eremea

Eremea is a nationally accredited Home Care Provider that has been operating since 2002, providing people with a range of in-home care services and clinical support.  Eremea exists to ensure people live life well, which means we align our client’s life requirements for good health, happiness, emotional wellbeing, and security. 

About The Role

This role will be ideal for a HR Advisor looking to take the next step in their career. As the People and Culture Business Partner, this position will be part of the People & Culture team but will sit within the regional structure and will be tasked to provide end-to-end operational human resources and industrial relations support to a client group within the allocated region. Acting as an enabler between Operational Teams and Support Workers, this role assumes responsibility for the full employment life cycle and people processes. This is a true partnership role which demonstrates exceptional customer service standards and ensures people outcomes meet business requirements. 

•    Act as a proactive Business Partner to the Operations Teams in a generalist capacity to attract, allocate, engage and retain Support Workers. 

•    Drive resource planning discussions to identify and address current and future staffing and resourcing requirements.

•    Take full ownership of end-to-end recruitment, selection and onboarding processes to ensure successful hires are made.

•    Provide ongoing support and coaching for Team Leaders and Managers with regards to general Industrial and Employee Relations matters, ensuring issues are addressed proactively whilst maintaining procedural fairness.

•    Promote a culture of Health and safety by ensuring WH&S policies and standards are maintained, conducting regular check-ins with field staff, driving employee wellness initiatives, overseeing Worker’s Compensation claims and managing Return to Work Plans.

•    Manage all HR administrative and record keeping requirements including providing assistance with the implementation and ongoing administration of the HRIS and people related applications.

•    Undertake and roll-out ad-hoc HR related initiatives and projects for the region in line with Operational needs and Eremea’s People & Culture strategy.

About You

As a critical member of our team, you will have the skills and abilities to provide exceptional HR support to the Operations and Leadership teams in helping the business overcome challenges, identify opportunities and deliver great people initiatives and outcomes. You will be a self-motivated, highly organised, energetic and confident HR professional with a proven ability to work both independently on your own and collaboratively as part of the team. A genuine love of working with people and a passion in making a positive impact is a must for this hands-on role.

About Your Skills and Experience

•    Minimum 3-5 years’ experience as a HR Generalist, managing and/or working with a dispersed/remote client group across multi-location/levels. 

•    Relevant tertiary qualification in Human Resource Management, Business, or equivalent experience desired.

•    Previous experience with the Aged Care & Disability industry will be highly regarded.

•    Proven experience in supporting the full employment life cycle including the management of end-to-end recruitment and expertise in case managing a broad range of Industrial Relations/Employee Relations matters.

•    An ability/interest in interpreting employment legislations, government regulations, EBA, Modern Awards, together with a knowledge of the application of contemporary Human Resources procedures and practices.

•    General WH&S knowledge and a good understanding of employee wellbeing and engagement practices.

•    Experience in working with and sensitivity to the needs of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

•    Expertise in dealing with highly confidential situations and content in a mature and sensitive manner.

•    Ability to engage with all team members and stakeholders to quickly build credibility, and where necessary, constructively influence to achieve desired outcomes.

•    Capability in being flexible and adaptable in a constantly changing and complex environment.

•    Competency in being able to multitask and juggle priorities to ensure tasks are followed through to completion whilst keeping attention to detail. 

•    Current NSW Working with Children Check and NSW Criminal Record Check Certificate.

About working with us

•    Immediate start available

•    Fast growing organisation in a booming industry

•    Close-knit, friendly and supportive team

•    Career growth and progression through training and development 

•    Great Employee Benefits like Refer a Friend Bonus, Novated Lease, Mobile Phone Allowance and Employee Assistance Program etc. 

If you’re interested in this role, we’d love to hear from you! Please apply by clicking on the link below and attach a copy of resume and cover letter outlining your suitability for this position. 

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