Permanent Full TimePosition Classification:
Snr Admin Assist Gde 3Remuneration:
$68,869 - $70,581 per annumHours Per Week:
12 August 2018
What you'll be doing
In order to support the changing priorities of the People & Culture Directorate, HR Officers will rotate through all sections of the Directorate undertaking a range of human resources related functions and activities including recruitment, human resources, learning and development, healthy workplace strategies and human resources reporting.
As the first point of contact for a range of People & Cultures clients, the role of a HR Officer is to provide effective and timely administrative support for a range of functions within People & Culture requiring flexibility and adaptability and the ability to learn new functional activities and concepts quickly, ultimately becoming familiar with the key duties of administrative requirements within the identified sections.
While activities undertaken in each section will be directly aligned to the work within the specific section, duties may include the use of Microsoft Office to generate a range of documentation, clerical support, use of associated People & Culture Software programs to enter and maintain records and reporting, liaising and obtaining information relevant to recruitment and staff movement processes, documentation and file management including use of TRIM and StaffLink, training coordination, database and StaffLink maintenance and photocopying.
Total remuneration package valued at $78,234pa (including salary $68,869pa to $70,581pa, annual leave loading and employers contribution to superannuation). Salary packaging arrangements providing additional benefits are also available.
This position will be located at State Headquarters, Rozelle.
Please note: To be eligible for permanent appointment to a position in NSW Health, you must have an Australian citizenship or permanent Australian residency.
- The successful applicant will be appointed under the terms and conditions of the Ambulance Service of New South Wales Administrative and Clerical Employees (State) Award and will be required to enter into the annual Performance Development Program.
- The successful applicant may be required to undertake duties at the other centres should the need arise.
- Appointment to this position is subject to a satisfactory conduct and services check, which includes referee/supervisor check, a review of National Criminal Record Check, review of Service Check Register, a review of sick leave, ability to undertake full duties of the position and clearance from Legal, Regulatory & Professional Standards.
- Applicants must address the selection criteria, attaching any associated documents together with their resume. Candidates who do not address the selection criteria will not proceed through the selection process.
- An eligibility list may be established for future vacancies.
- Please ensure you use your work email address so ROB can identify that you are internal to NSW Ambulance and/or NSW Health.
- It is a requirement that all candidates submit their applications online via ROB. No paper based or email applications will be accepted.
It is the responsibility of all staff to ensure NSW Ambulance is a workplace free from bullying and harassment. All staff must behave in a respectful and acceptable manner. Staff must report and respond appropriately to any instances or perceptions of bullying. Managers are required to implement actions that prevent or minimise the risk of unacceptable behaviours, ensuring bullying, harassment and victimisation are identified as early as possible and responded to and effectively managed.
NSW Ambulance is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from women, Aboriginal people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, refugees, people of diverse genders and sexuality, and people with disability.
If you are an Aboriginal person and wish to obtain more information about applying for a role within NSW Ambulance, please contact our Aboriginal Employment Coordinator, Callista Bryan, on 02 9320 7644 or email@example.com.
If you wish to discuss any accessibility requirements in relation to your application, please contact our Diversity and Culture Advisor, Joe Wasuruj, on 02 9320 7339 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Demonstrated experience in providing high level administrative support in one or more human resources or related functional areas eg recruitment, human resources, learning and development, organisational health and wellness or people and culture.
- Demonstrated ability to learn legislative requirements, organisational policy and procedures associated with the management of a contemporary people and culture service area.
- Advanced computing skills including the use of Microsoft Office, human resources information systems and TRIM or similar records management system.
- Demonstrated flexibility, adaptability and a commitment to achieving results.
- High level interpersonal skills enabling effective communication with diverse groups of people, with a customer focus whilst working independently or as part of a team.
- Highly effective time management skills including the ability to prioritise work to meet deadlines.
- Good written communication skills including attention to detail.
- Hold a current C class driver’s licence.
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For role related queries or questions contact Lawrie Whitehurst on Lawrie.Whitehurst@health.nsw.gov.au