HR Officer

  • 1 x Full Time position
  • Located in Nowra



With a strong emphasis on excellent customer service, the HR Officer provides high level support, guidance and advice to all levels of the organisation in managing their Human Resource needs.

The HR Officer is adaptable to the changing daily needs associated with Human Resources, and provides administrative support to other areas of SCMSAC where needed.

  • Supporting Managers with their queries in relation to employee entitlements, performance, conduct and other HR processes. Attending employee meetings (eg Performance Improvement Plan meetings, restructure communication sessions), as requested by Executive Officers, to document agreed outcomes
  • Liaising with, and supporting, employees about HR-related matters and referring matters to the relevant Manager as required
  • Summarising and disseminating employment related information such as updates and/or changes to employment and WHS legislation, and advising Managers on changes to policy and procedures
  • Providing guidance in relation to the interpretation of the SCMSAC Enterprise Agreement, in conjunction with the CEO
  • Contributing to policy development and supporting its implementation via information and workforce consultation
  • Maintaining SCMSACs Human Resources Information System (HRIS), HR3. Providing reports and statistics when required. Participate and contribute the reviewing SCMSAC systems and processes, as part of continuous quality improvement
  • End-to-end recruitment activities including developing and distributing advertisements, logging applications, responding to applicants at all stages of the process, attending meetings in relation to recruitment, shortlisting, scheduling interviews, assisting to develop interview guides, conducting interviews as required, reference checks, organising pre-placement medicals or other post-interview assessment if applicable, preparing letters of offer, and collecting new starter information
  • Assisting new starters by organising inductions and other training, and ensuring new employee records are up to date
  • Translating and recording into HR3, or other storage mechanisms, all authorised personnel moves, including regrading of their position, and communicating relevant information to employees and other stakeholders where needed
  • Liaise with the payroll team to ensure employee information is up to date
  • Overseeing training and development within the organisation. This includes identifying training and development needs via a range of inputs including, workforce planning, Performance Development Agreements or legislative changes. Recommending an annual training plan to management, summarising ongoing training requests, recording completed training, identifying options to address training needs, attend meetings about training and development, monitoring Planned v Actual training, checking reclassification requests for accuracy and consistency with SCMSAC standards, and communicating with employees and training providers
  • Supporting all staff through grievance processes as per SCMSAC policy and procedure
  • Performing duties required as SCMSAC Return to Work coordinator
  • Monitoring Workers Compensation claims and liaise with insurance companies and assessors where required
  • In conjunction with the Quality and Safety Officer, overseeing the monitoring of WHS related matters including Incident Reports, ensuring the Quality & Safety Registers and supporting documentation is up to date
  • Work closely with internal and external IT departments, suppliers, and contractors in regards to employee Onboarding, departures and movements
  • Comply with all SCMSAC Policies and Procedures
  • Other duties as reasonably directed by the CEO or delegate
                          REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL VACANCIES

                          Applications must address the key competencies (selection criteria): For an Information Package containing position description, selection criteria and an employment application, please download above or contact Human Resources via email or call 02 4448 0200.

                          Preferred applicants will also be required to undergo a National Police Check and obtain a new paid employee Working with Children Check (as required by the Act) prior to appointment with South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation.

                          Salary will be in accordance with the South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation Enterprise Agreement 2019-2022.

                          In order to keep our staff, clients and community safe, SCMSAC require all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment.