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May

Recruitment Officer

Hudson - Melbourne, VIC

HR & Recruitment
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

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Work for Australia's leading provider of high quality mental health assessment and clinical counselling services for Australian veterans and their families.

What will you do?

Recruitment Officers are responsible for attracting and identifying talent and retaining suitable candidates to place into available positions with our growing client base. Amongst the diverse day to day tasks.

Key Selection Criteria:
Source or assist new candidates and assist in their registration process
Conduct phone and face to face interviews with candidates
Collect references and qualifications to ensure work suitability
Assist in the prompt return to work of injured work placements if/when necessary
Ensure all placed candidates comply with all Occupational Health and Safety systems and standards
Undertake the HR labour hire recruitment role, supporting regions with the centralised recruitment function and on-boarding new labour hire staff.
Be the point of contact between the business and all recruitment agencies in relation to recruitment activities.
Arranging interviews for candidates with recruitment agencies on behalf of regions.
Manage negotiation and drafting of short term labour hire contracts. Prepare contracts and reports (as required) for effective human resources delivery.
Onboarding of new labour hire staff.
Arranging contract extensions as directed by the Workforce Manager.
Develop and manage effective relationships with recruitment agencies, labour hire contractors and internal staff members to achieve business objectives.
Completing work to a high standard and delivering it within prescribed timeframes.
Status reporting to the executive.
Contribute to the Personnel & Property team more broadly as required.
Other tasks relating to the effective functioning of the business as directed by the Assistant Director, Personnel and Property.
Support an environment that encourages a willingness to adopt participative workplace practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Services Values, Employment Principles and Code of Conduct.

What will you need?

If you thrive on operating in an exciting, fast paced environment and can provide the following knowledge and skills, we want to hear from you.

Previous experience in a labour hire recruitment, either in the public service or a recruitment agency with contingent recruitment experience
Current National Police clearance and working with children clearance advantageous
High level of interpersonal skills
High level of attention to detail
Exposure to/an understanding of invoices and credit notes
Ability to work in a fast paced and ever changing work environment.

The Application Process

To apply please follow the link below and including a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria of more more than 1000 words and your cv in ms word format.

Interviews commencing immediately.