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Hr Advisor

Avivo - Osborne Park, WA

HR & Recruitment
Source: uWorkin


  • Full time position
  • 12 Month contract
  • Option to Salary Package
  • Avivo is a leading community services organisation in Western Australia. We work closely with people and families who need individualised support services due to disability, ageing or mental ill-health.

     We are committed to people living as valued citizens, making their own decisions, developing their abilities and growing in their relationships. We believe in an organisational culture where all employees can develop and do their best work.

    The Human Resources (HR) Advisor is responsible for providing accurate and timely HR advice, support and consultancy services to colleagues at all levels in the delivery of organisational strategic objectives. The role works in partnership and collaboratively to find solutions to support colleagues to perform their best, including the provision and analysis of data that informs decision making as well as support and coaching for colleagues on their employment entitlements as well as HR processes and procedures.

    This position is a newly created role that will contribute to fostering and developing an organisational culture of high levels of communication, support and employee engagement through the adoption of human resources best practice.

    Responsibilities include but not limited to:

    • Acting as a trusted partner and consultant for all staff in all work-related matters.
    • Manage and resolve Employee and Workplace Relations queries and requests from employees and People Leaders and escalate where required.
    • Guide, provide advice and support colleagues with of the probation, performance improvement, disciplinary, grievances, employee workplace investigations and the discrimination, harassment and bullying processes and policies and escalate to the HR Lead where necessary in consideration of natural justice and procedural fairness.
    • Provide advice and support on all areas of HR management, provisions of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) and Avivo’s industrial instruments to ensure such applications are managed consistently and within legislation.
    • Contribute to the development, implementation and monitoring of policies and procedures based on relevant legislation and contemporary HR management practices which provide effective, consistent, and timely delivery of HR services to support Avivo.
    • Establish, develop and maintain partnerships with key stakeholders and the Recruitment, the OSH, the Diversity and HR teams to ensure clarity of strategy and the translation of this into an effective HR strategy

    What we require:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management/ related discipline or equivalent.
    • Minimum 5-7 years’ experience in a generalist HR capacity, with a strong background in industrial and employee relations.
    • Demonstrated analytical, problem solving and negotiation skills to effectively resolve issues in the workplace.
    • Demonstrated ability interpreting employment contracts and industrial instrument/s,
    • Ability to partner closely with senior stakeholders and executives. 
    • Ability to work independently, show initiative and work productively as part of a team.
    • Proficiency in a range of computing skills including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, internet and email.

    What's in it for you: 

    We believe our people are our greatest resource and the sustainability of our workforce depends on how well we utilise our people's skills and abilities. If you're ready to join a team that delivers results that help make a real difference, we want to hear from you. 

    • A salary of $78,965 per annum plus super
    • Option to Salary Package up to$18,550 to reduce taxable income 
    • Option to work a 19 day month 
    • Development opportunities and supportive team
    • Flexible working arrangements – allowing excellent work life balance

    To apply, you must attach an updated resume and a cover letter as one document.

    You may be asked to complete a short 5 minute video answering a few questions.

    Closing date for applications is Thursday 17th June(close of business).

    We value a diverse workforce with different life experiences, skills and backgrounds including people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTQIA+ and people from all cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

    Making an appointment to this position is subject to a satisfactory National Police Clearance.