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HR Advisor - Guardian Australia

Location:
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Posted:
9th September 2020
Advertiser:
Guardian Australia - SYD00005Y

Guardian Australia (www.theguardian.com/au) launched in May 2013 as part of Guardian News & Media (GNM), one of the largest English language newspaper websites in the world (www.theguardian.com).

We are seeking an HR Advisor to join our team in Sydney. This position will be responsible for driving functional excellence and providing HR support across the full employee life-cycle, including recruitment, learning and development, employee relations, health, safety and wellbeing, employee engagement and diversity and inclusion.

The successful candidate will have HR experience, including experience in recruitment and selection, the ability to interpret legislation, Awards and enterprise agreements, and knowledge of employment law. Previous experience designing and/or implementing diversity and inclusion initiatives and coordinating the delivery and evaluation of learning and development staff programs is highly desirable.

The HR Advisor will also have excellent organisational, administrative, communication and interpersonal skills, an exceptional eye for detail, the ability to demonstrate a high degree of confidentiality and professionalism, effective time management skills and the ability to deal with difficult situations and a diverse range of stakeholders.

For more information please view the full job description HERE.

To apply for this position please click HERE and follow the prompts. You will be required to upload your résumé (maximum three pages) plus covering letter as one document. Applicants should be legally eligible to work in Australia.

Guardian Australia is unable to sponsor prospective employees' visa applications.

This role is being offered on a full-time, permanent basis.

Closing date for applications: 30 September 2020.

For more information, contact: australia.hr@theguardian.com   

We believe that our role in the Australian media is to give a voice to the most marginalised people in society and value and respect all differences in all people — including people of colour, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from different social classes and people with disabilities (seen and unseen). We believe that these communities must be centred in the work we do, bringing a new perspective and a diversity of thought. We strongly encourage applications from people with these identities and/or marginalised groups.