Aboriginal Traineeship ProgramCareer development in HR and administrationGain a nationally recognised Certificate IV in Human Resources About Maxima Group TrainingMaxima is a not-for-profit national employment services and training organisation, working in partnership with small and large businesses across Australia. We have a successful 30 year history delivering employment outcomes for people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, with approximately 280 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders currently placed in Indigenous Traineeships.About our ClientThe New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) was established under the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 (NSW) (ALRA).  NSWALC is a self-funding statutory authority responsible for protecting and promoting the rights and interests of Aboriginal peoples in NSW.The NSWALC is committed to ensuring a better future for Aboriginal people by working for the return of culturally significant and economically viable land, pursuing cultural, social and economic independence for its people and being politically pro-active and voicing the position of Aboriginal people on issues that affect them.The RoleThe primary purpose of this role is to co-ordinate and administer NSWALC’s key HR systems and core activities related to employee life cycle, including recruitment and selection functions, as well as processes including on-boarding, induction and orientation. Further requirements of this role will include actioning and recording of employee changes and exit processes, reporting and general HR administration.This position is the first point of contact for staff and managers requiring general advice and/or assistance.This role is a full-time 12 month contract and national traineeship wages and conditions apply. Day-to-day duties will include, but not be limited to:Recruitment administration including the preparation and placement of advertisements and interview co-ordinationCreation of Employee filesPrepare documentation for HR processes, i.e. performance reviews and incrementsCo-ordinate meetings, training, and surveysTake messages for HR teamWork as part of a co-operative teamConduct orientation for staffSkills and KnowledgeA genuine Interest in developing a career in HRStrong commitment to working in a teamIntermediate to advanced skills level in using the MS Office suite of applications including the ability to produce graphs and chartsThe ability to act in a confidential and sensitive mannerExcellent Oral and Written communication and Interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate with staff at all levelsAbility to work accurately, with good attention to detailCulture and BenefitsContinuous on the job, in-house training, coaching and skills developmentObtain a nationally recognised Certificate IV in Human Resources qualification12 months job security and career development opportunitiesBe part of an inclusive and diverse work environmentReceive valuable guidance and support from management and mentorsForge positive and respectful working relationships with your colleaguesHow to ApplyPlease note that you must be of Aboriginal descent to be eligible for this role and you will require your certificate of Aboriginality  be submitted at time of applying.To apply, complete the online application form and attach a copy of your resume and cover letter outlining your suitability for the available role.Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted directly. Applications close 4:00 pm (ACST) Friday 30 August 2019. Australia - NSW Sydney

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