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EL1 HR Knowledge Manager

Location:
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Posted:
4th October 2019
Advertiser:
Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)
  • $99,718 to $117,370 pa plus 15.4% superannuation 
  • Position may be located in Melbourne or Sydney
An exciting new opportunity to join a mid-size public sector agency in a dynamic and specialised management role. Collaborating with all HR teams, the HR Knowledge Manager ensures the quality, integrity and strategic utilisation of HR data through the implementation, alignment and optimisation of our HR information systems and technologies, and by providing high quality HR reports for internal and external stakeholders.

The HR Knowledge Manager maintains a library of HR policies and supporting materials to meet the AAT’s needs and contributes to best practice initiatives by monitoring developments in the HR and Australian Public Service employment landscape.
 
You will add strategic value to HR information by identifying opportunities and risks, monitoring emerging trends, and developing and implementing data-driven and evidence-based initiatives and interventions. You will be flexible in your approach and comfortable navigating complex and ambiguous tasks.

As HR Knowledge Manager, you will have extensive knowledge and experience with a range of HR management systems and technologies, as well as excellent analytical skills. You will also be an excellent communicator, cooperating and collaborating with a wide range of stakeholders.

More information about this position, the scope of the role, duties and selection criteria, is contained within the position description for this role, available from the Working at the AAT page of our website, www.aat.gov.au.  

Notes:

Non-ongoing opportunities will be offered for a specified term of up to 12 months with a possibility of extension up to 3 years.

An order of merit established through this selection process may be used to fill this or future vacancies on an ongoing or non-ongoing basis.

Contact Officer:

Any questions about this position should be directed to Chris Sutton on (03) 9454 6365.

How to apply for this position:

Applications must be lodged online through our web based e-recruitment system.  To lodge your application, find the advertisement for this position by following the link on the Working at the AAT page and click “Apply Now”. 

Please note that applicants who do not provide a statement addressing the selection criteria will not progress to shortlisting. Responses should be a maximum of 400 words per selection criteria, or maximum 2 pages/ 2000 words total for selection criteria responses.

Applications will be accepted until 11:30 pm on Thursday, 31 October 2019.

Please contact our recruitment team on (02) 9276 5443 or recruitment@aat.gov.au should you require assistance with accessing our website or with lodging your application.

Working for the AAT:

The AAT is an equal opportunity employer which upholds the APS employment principles and actively encourages a diverse and inclusive workplace.

We offer our employees a wide range of attractive employment conditions including generous leave and superannuation provisions, flexible working arrangements, salary packaging, and study assistance. For more information about these and other conditions of employment refer to the AAT Enterprise Agreement. 

The AAT generally requires Australian citizenship as a condition of engagement.  All employees who are engaged are required to undertake an Australian Federal Police Check.  Employees who are engaged on an ongoing basis are required to undertake a health assessment.

About the AAT:

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) has offices located in all states of Australia and the Australian Capital Territory and provides independent review of a wide range of administrative decisions made by the Australian Government, some non-government bodies and the Norfolk Island Government.

On 1 July 2015 the Migration Review Tribunal, Refugee Review Tribunal and Social Security Appeals Tribunal were merged with the AAT. The amalgamated AAT comprises a number of Divisions: Social Services and Child Support, Migration and Refugee, and General and Other.

For more information about the AAT, visit our website, www.aat.gov.au.

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