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HR Specialist

Sydney CBD, New South Wales, Australia
10th May 2018
Arxxus Technology Partners
arxxusAt Arxxus, we really value and engage the very best diverse talent - people with great expertise, innovative ideas and passion - who love working together to deliver amazing customer solutions and experiences. We deliver innovative cloud solutions – from strategy, through to implementation and continuous innovation services. We’re also a respected leading provider of Salesforce professional services.

Our mission is simple - to keep evolving our business and culture to better support our customers and people to innovate, grow and excel together.

We have an opportunity to shape the talent function at a company that endeavours to attract the very best. As our Human Resources (HR) Specialist, you’ll be primarily focused on recruitment and on-boarding processes, the ongoing HR Information System (HRIS) optimisation, HR policies, the related employee lifecycle improvements and engagement initiatives.

And of course, you are approachable and can maintain strong relationships across the business to streamline and improve processes, and to deliver great value and brand experiences. We’ll need you to work collaboratively with all Arxxus teams to attract, engage and retain the top talent needed to meet our ambitious goals.

We’d love to hear from you if you have:

  • An established background in general HR department support with particular focus on recruitment and on-boarding – 3+ years’ experience.
  • An eye for detail, and you are not fazed by juggling many projects and high volume, as you’re organised, efficient, keen to learn and evolve your role. In short, you’re a “work juggler” with 3+ years’ experience in a similar role.
  • Expertise in HRIS, analytics and administration – with project management skills a huge bonus – 1- 3 years’ experience
  • Tech and systems savvy- comfortable working with technology and able to identify opportunities to get the most out of current systems and processes – 3+ years’ experience
  • Strong and smooth communication skills – able to communicate HR practices and requirements to all staff, verbally and in writing – 3+ years’ experience
  • Working knowledge and understanding of Australian local, state and federal employment regulations, laws, and best practices – important and highly desirable
  • Experience working across remote offices/teams in multiple locations (APAC), with demonstrated customer service-focused mindset – the more years, the better
  • You’ll also need to be eligible for AHRI membership, HR degree qualified or undertaking and equivalent qualification – this is important, particularly if you are wanting to grow your expertise and career paths in the HR function in future.

Finally, you have demonstrated experience with highly detailed organisational systems that are inclusive and equitable – this would be an advantage, as this will be part of your role.

This is a fabulous opportunity to join an organisation that is growing, with great customer traction, and exactly in the talent arena. An initial six-month design and implementation project with the possibility to extend.

Share your story with us. Email your details through to Rachelle Tulloch – Consultant on