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Human Resources Lead

Hub Australia - Sydney, NSW

HR & Recruitment
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

Human Resources Lead - Hub Australia


Employment type: Permanent, Full-time

Start date: 3rd May 2021

Ordinary hours of work:

You are required to work 38 hours per week, plus all such reasonable additional hours as may be required to properly perform your duties in accordance with this agreement or as directed by the board. In addition to ordinary hours of work, you are expected to attend the biannual strategy gathering.

Reports into: National HR Manager, Hub Australia 

Location: Sydney 

Salary: To be discussed at interview stages

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About the role: 


The National HR Lead is a true HR generalist supporting a variety of functions including recruitment, payroll, policy and procedure, strategy, projects, and employee relations issues. They work closely with our National Managers to ensure all staffing protocol, payroll and employee relations issues are resolved in an ethical and timely manner as per our internal procedures.


Working closely with the National HR Manager, they take the lead on all HR and staffing initiatives nationally and act as a support person, helping those in need, at every level. This position is integral to the delivery of professional and effective HR services across the business.

Hub Australia prides itself on being an employer of choice and very few roles within the organisation have the remit to impact this like the National HR Lead. They have the autonomy, resources and trust to do what is right by our staff when faced with difficult issues at a national level.

What we’re looking for:



Our National HR Lead will have a people-first mindset and a genuine interest in creating positive employee experiences for our team. They have exceptional communication skills and enjoy building and managing relationships with various stakeholders within the business. Whilst working in a tight-knit team with the National HR Manager and National Training & Impact Lead, the National HR Lead is also happy to work independently, priding themselves on their strong organisational skills to juggle multiple conflicting priorities.


They bring a common-sense and mature approach to handling all employee-related matters whilst remaining impartial, discreet and confidential. They are approachable, have strong attention to detail with administrative tasks, bring a collaborative approach to work and are strategic-minded. Above all, our National HR Lead is not the fun police, but there to enhance our employees experience at work.

The purpose of the role:


  • Manage the end-to-end recruitment and selection process for the Hub Australia team national, including developing position descriptions, advertising roles, screening applicants, interviewing prospective candidates, the offer process, reference checks and contract creation.
  • The management of all employee-related matters including but not limited to performance management, disciplinary procedures, terminations and grievances.
  • Take ownership of the monthly and fortnightly payroll processes, including making all necessary adjustments, submission to ATO, and approval process with CFO, CEO and Accounts Team
  • Complete and submit Superannuation for the business
  • Facilitate regular meetings with all of our Managers and Partners to provide support and guidance on all staffing related issues, OH&S Risk Assessments protocols, any employee relation issues, and other miscellaneous HR requests
  • Various HR administrative tasks including but not limited to: ensuring all employee records are kept up to date, monthly HR metrics reporting, reviewing month-end and processing employee benefits
  • Work with the HR Manager and National Training & Impact Lead to build, develop and implement policies, procedures and practices to ensure consistency and compliance across the business
  • Comply with and interpret employment-related legislation
  • Lead initiatives and projects to help the team engage more in their work and drive greater enjoyment from their experience at Hub
  • Supporting the HR Manager in a multitude of staff-based projects through administration, people coordination, event management and project delivery
  • Ensure all HR templates, collateral and policies are current and up to date
  • Live our values: Collaboration, Accountability, Resourcefulness, Adaptability, and Beyond Profit


Key skills & experience:


  • At least 3 years in an HR generalist role
  • Experience with coordinating end-to-end recruitment processes including recruiting for a multitude of roles across various disciplines and up to 10 positions at a time
  • Previous experience in payroll administration is a must (experience in KeyPay / Employment Hero highly regarded)
  • Previous experience leading, investigating and resolving employee relations matters;
  • Previous experience providing general HR advice to management positions within an organisation;
  • A professional approach to dealing with issues of a confidential nature;
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, high volume and dynamic environment;
  • Excellent stakeholder engagement skills;
  • A demonstrated people-first mindset, our team members are our customers. 
  • Most importantly, a desire to grow and learn with a dynamic, growing, and supportive community


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Why Hub Australia is a great place to work:


Hub Australia provides premium workspaces, business networks, and services to over 3,500 members across 8 locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide.


Hub Australia is a certified Great Place to Work and offers a diverse range of benefits to employees, including a personalised training and development fund, paid volunteer leave each year, birthday leave, an invitation to the annual conference, an Employee Assistance Program, phone allowance and more.


All while working in our great coworking spaces with access to all the member events, perks, and premium facilities our members love.


Hub Australia’s values:


Hub Australia was the first B-Corporation Certified coworking space in Australia, and we’re proud to offer Australia’s first certified carbon-neutral coworking spaces, with all spaces certified through Climate Active.


Our internal values are collaboration, accountability, resourcefulness, adaptability, and beyond profit, all coming together to help us work as a tight-knit, growing team in one of Australia’s most exciting industries.