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Do you want to work for a family friendly company with fantastic benefits?

 

People Who Care offers fulfilling career opportunities with opportunities for skill development and career advancement. With an operational presence across the Perth metropolitan area, we are always searching for talented and caring people who want to make a positive difference in the lives of people in need.

 

We provide competitive remuneration, salary packaging benefits, and many other employee friendly benefits.

People Who Care has a vacancy based in our Midland office for:

Human Resources Administrator

Full-time        

People Who Care provides a broad range of assistance and support services to seniors to allow them to be as independent as possible. People Who Care are a well-established charitable organisation providing practical support and welfare assistance to nearly three thousand financially disadvantaged West Australian’s.

Our Mission is to inspire caring people to contribute to community health and wellbeing.

Our Vision is to create communities of people who care.

Operating across the Metropolitan and South West area, our service delivery is supported by our extensive and broadly skilled volunteer base who are committed to providing excellence in enriching the lives of the elderly, younger disabled and disadvantaged members of the community.

Working within the People & Culture division under the People & Culture Manager, we are looking for an organised, experienced and enthusiastic Human Resources Administrator to join our busy team working full time.

As the Human Resources Administrator you will be responsible for:

  • Developing and reviewing recruitment templates and induction materials and resources.
  • Writing up job adverts in conjunction with the People & Culture Manager.
  • Providing staff with induction into People Who Care’s processes and practices.
  • Participating in shortlisting, interviewing, and referencing activities as directed.
  • Advising the People & Culture Manager on matters of employment of personnel.
  • Ensuring personnel entitlements including superannuation, and other contractual and legal obligations are met.
  • Meeting and greeting visitors to the People & Culture Department and direct to the appropriate area.
  • Monitoring visitor access and ensuring sign in/out records are maintained.
  • Coordinating of condiments, stationary and recording of mail internal and external.
  • Assisting Volunteer Services team with Volunteer Events.
  • In conjunction with the Volunteer Recruitment Coordinator, implement the national standards for volunteer involvement and review annually. 

To be considered for the Human Resources Administrator you will have the following:

  • Qualifications in Human Resources or significant industry experience.
  • Demonstrated skills and abilities in the recruitment, induction and support of personnel.
  • Good working knowledge of an awards based system.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • A demonstrated ability to deliver and meet contracted outputs.
  • Sound knowledge of ethics and demonstrated capacity to apply these within a human service context.
  • A demonstrated understanding and appreciation of issues for the aged, carers, and people with disabilities.
  • An ability to work with Aboriginal and CALD employees.

Preference will be given to those with experience in a not for profit agency.

In return you will be rewarded with benefits including:

  • The salary range in accordance with Level 4 SCHADS Award
  • Enjoy the option of up to $15,899 of your salary being PAYG tax free.
  • Access to an Employee Assistance Program and the Zero Interest Loans Scheme for staff and volunteers)

Applicants are required to email a cover letter and resume to pwc.hr@peoplewhocare.org.au

You need to outline your suitability for the role and answer the following questions in your cover letter:

  • Are you eligible to work in Australia?
  • When are you available to start?
  • What is your expected hourly rate?
  • Do you have a current C class driver’s license?
  • Do you have a current Police Check (National Police Certificate) for employment (less than three months old)?

For all role description enquiries contact pwc.hr@peoplewhocare.org.au

Applications for this position close Friday 30 June 2017 at 4.30pm.

People Who Care reserve the right to close applications early should there be a large volume of applicants, or extend the advertisement if required.

We will only contact short-listed applicants. Thank you in advance to everyone who takes the time to submit an application.

People Who Care is an equal opportunity employer and are committed to achieving a diverse workforce from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.