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Human Resources Manager

Melbourne CBD, Victoria, Australia
29th May 2017
Hays - ANZ - 1872878
  • ASX Listed Organisation
  • Growing Organisation
  • CBD Office

Human Resources Manager job, permanent role with a leading construction business based in the CBD.

Your new company
Our client is a national leader in the construction industry, focusing on providing products and solutions to a variety of sectors. The organisation has a strong presence across Australia and is a market leader for its products and innovative design, manufacturing and installation services. Due to a recent vacancy, they require a HR Manager on a permanent basis to lead the Human Resources function.

Your new role
Reporting to the General Manager, the HR Manager is responsible for guiding and managing the overall provision of Human Resources Services, Policies and Programs. You will drive and deliver on both strategic and operational initiatives across the business. This is a TRUE generalist role as you will lead and manage employee life-cycle activities, complex employee relations and industrial relations, workforce planning, talent acquisition and strategic organisational development. You will manage 1 HR Officer and drive a high performance culture across the business. Your role will also have support from corporate HR but report directly to the General Manager and you will be a key member of a growing organisation. The role will require travel to sites and interstate where appropriate.

What you'll need to succeed
You must be an experienced Human Resources Manager/ Business Partner with at least five years' expertise in a similar role. You will be a strong and determined professional who gets buy-in from key stakeholders across the organisation. You will have demonstrated management experience, together with being a proactive professional who enjoys getting out of the office and building trust and rapport with all stakeholders.
You will have an impeccable understanding of workplace legislation and industrial/employee relations. You will have demonstrated experience with unions and negotiations for enterprise agreements. You will be a practitioner who can focus on the strategic side of HR and the development of the organisation through innovative practices. Experience in the construction or manufacturing industries is advantageous, but not essential.

What you'll get in return
You will partner with a leading organisation in their field who have a strong and growing national presence. The role will be challenging and rewarding, with a chance to flex your expertise in Human Resources Management. The salary package is highly competitive, with additional benefits such as laptop and phone. Your office will be based in the heart of the Melbourne CBD, with some travel required.

What you need to do now
Due to the volume of interest, applications are being considered immediately so please "Apply Now" or send your updated CV to Justin Logue at