People Operations Officer
- Full time - Ongoing position
- Based in Footscray
- Make a difference to the lives of others!
What We Offer
You will be joining a dedicated and caring team of professionals; you will also enjoy:
- The opportunity to join one of Melbourne's most respected non-profit organisations
- Role diversity and internal career progression opportunities
- Keep your work-life balance in check with the flexibility of part-time hours
- Generous salary packaging options, which will significantly increase the value of take-home pay
About the role
The People Operations Officer is an internal HR support role that is responsible for providing employment advice and guidance to cohealth employees, administering employment documentation, developing and providing data analysis, internal audits and payroll data preparation, and participating in process improvement within the People Operations team.
Your daily duties will be diverse however, will include:
- Develop and provide data analysis and internal audits and reports on employees, payroll data, and compliance and diversity information;
- Prepare payroll data for implementation of Industrial Agreements;
- Develop and undertake regular HR Metrics Reporting for the People & Performance network, and Governance Reporting up to Board level;
- Contribute to the development of HR systems, processes, policies and innovations;
- Undertake special projects or tasks as required;
- Carry out duties in a manner that does not adversely affect their own health and safety of others by reporting all incidents and injuries as well as cooperating with any measures introduced in the workplace to improve Work Health & Safety (WHS);
- Seek mentoring and guidance from the People Operations Business Partners, and support all People Operations Team members;
- Maintain knowledge, skills and qualifications through participation in professional development activities;
- Carry out duties in a manner that does not adversely affect own health and safety of others by reporting all incidents and injuries as well as cooperating with any measures introduced in the workplace to improve Work Health & Safety (WHS);
- Comply and adhere to all cohealth policies and procedures including code of conduct and values;
- Undertake special projects or tasks as required; and
- Perform all other duties as directed, within the limits of skills, competence and training to maximise flexibility and effectiveness.
- Qualifications in Human Resources or relevant discipline;
- Experience in either a HR Administrator or Officer role;
- Knowledge of industrial relations legislation and Award/Agreement Interpretations;
- Problem-solving skills;
- Administrative and organisational skills;
- Strong attention to detail and exceptional data entry accuracy;
- Proficient in Information Technology systems and able to learn new systems quickly;
- High level verbal and written communication skills, including preparing correspondence and reports;
- Good interpersonal skills and commitment to team working and cohesion;
- Commitment to cohealth's Values.
Additional information can be obtained by reviewing the attached position description
Applications from people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; equity target groups including women, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged.
For more information about cohealth and the services provided, please visit our website: www.cohealth.org.au
People accepting employment with cohealth are unable to access our services, some exemptions may apply.
The successful candidate will be subject to the relevant pre-employment checks for appointment to positions (including provision of a valid Working with Children Check clearance number and criminal record history check)