Payroll/HR coordinator

Position Type
Full-time permanent
Business Area / Division
Australia - Sydney
Job Advert Description

HR Generalists tasks:

  • Be the first point of contact for all employees nationally for any HR/payroll related matters.
  • Contribute to the execution of HR strategies
  • Support management in resolving IR/ER issues by providing accurate guidance ensuring compliance to Fair Work, National Employment Standards and related Modern Awards
  • Assist line management on such matters as performance, equal opportunity and workplace behaviour
  • Facilitate training and information sessions, as required
  • Assist in the deployment of HR systems and processes at the divisional or corporate level
  • Assist in organizational restructures and redundancies as required
  • Maintain technical and professional competency through upskilling and training
  • Maintain employee information in electronic and paper files and on Survitec People
  • Any other duties of a HR nature

Policies and Procedure:

  • Maintain, update and implement HR policies and procedures
  • Ensure policies updates are effectively communicated across the business and adhered to
  • Workers Compensation
  • Manage end to end workers compensation claims
  • Update injury records as required
  • Liase with insurer for claim approvals, processing, wages reimbursement and closures
  • Liase with injured employee, manager and insurer where needed to ensure a smooth return to work plan for employee to return to pre-existing duties
  • Assist managers with incident investigation and hazard management

Recruitment & Employee life cycle

  • Support management with end to end recruitment following Survitec recruitment policy and procedure
  • Make an effective contribution in relation to On-Boarding strategies
  • Ensure all employment agreements and other relevant paper work for new starters is in accordance with requirements of national employment standards and relevant Modern Awards
  • Deliver induction programs for new starters and complete exit procedures on employee terminations


  • Certificate IV / Diploma qualifications relevant to Human Resources.
  • Significant experience as a HR Administrator
  • Proven track record in delivering HR based projects
  • Demonstrated experience covering performance management, talent management, HR analytics and employee engagement
  • Working knowledge of computer-based HRIS packages
  • Experience with employment legislation including the Fair Work Act and ideally, the Clerks Private Sector Award, 2010, Manufacturing and Associated Industries and Occupations Award 2010 and Commercial Sales Award, 2010;
  • Ability to communicate, consult and negotiate with staff at all levels, and with external agencies, service providers and customers
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and privacy and to exercise tact and discretion
  • Ability to interpret and advise on awards, legislation and regulations
  • Intermediate level computing skills including Microsoft office suite
  • Ability to visibly display and promote Survitec Australia Values, to create an environment where employees can develop trust in each other through consistent behaviours and professional conduct
  • Literacy capabilities including strong presentation & facilitation skills
  • Have strong business / commercial awareness
  • Have problem resolution capabilities and be focused on results
  • Demonstrate professionalism and credibility and a collaborative working style
  • Knowledge of human resources organizational policies and practices and industrial relations matters;
  • Knowledge of generalist human resources best practice
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