Location
Perth, Western Australia
Posted
22 Days Ago
Job Type
Salaried
Timing
Full time
Reference
JR107176
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Human Resources Expert

We are looking for an experienced HR Business Partner to join our team working with a large project team to deliver various construction projects. This is a full-time permanent position based initially in the Perth, CBD, with FIFO opportunities available.

Reporting to the Human Resources Manager – Western Region, this position offers ownership of the full life cycle of the project, transactional HR matters specific to the project, including employee and industrial relations advice and collaboration with the national HR team.

In this busy and fast paced environment, you will work closely with your internal and external stakeholders including the project team, business, and client to achieve deadlines and deliver the best outcomes.

Who we are

We are a pioneering project delivery company. We harness innovative engineering and construction solutions to improve peoples’ lives today and tomorrow.

We deliver high performing assets for the energy, resources and infrastructure industries, underpinned by a dedication to innovation, sustainability and getting the job done safely and efficiently. Together with our parent company, Webuild, we are delivering some of Australia’s largest projects.

Who you are

Courageous. Innovative. Passionate. Creative. These are just a few words that describe you.

Your focus will include but is not limited to:

  • Works with HRM and managers to develop and deliver HR solutions in response to business needs.

  • Uphold relationships with key stakeholders to influence leadership of the team, provide coaching and assistance to managers with employee relations matters

  • Provide advice and assistance to Project Managers, Line Managers and employees on various human resource policies and procedural matters.

  • Drafting various HR correspondence eg; contracts, policies, change of conditions, organisational charts.

  • Provide and assists to develop reports and data analysis across a range of HR metrics.

  • Implement all HR initiatives and calendar events and provide ongoing guidance and support to stakeholders.

What you will bring to the team:

  • Passion for HR, driving cultural change, learning and building your HR career, building strong working relationships and providing agile support.

  • High-level problem-solving skills and the ability to think critically and develop solutions to meet business needs.

  • Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, or relevant field desirable.

  • Must have a minimum of 6 years’ experience in a similar role coupled with previous experience on site in a construction / engineering or mining environment.

  • Solid experience in performance management, case management and complex workplace investigations.

  • Ability to travel to site on business trips, if/when required.

Clough’s people enjoy:

  • A competitive remuneration package

  • Flexible and remote work options to manage work and lifestyle commitments

  • Exposure to a range of iconic projects and industries  

  • Ongoing training for career progression

  • Industry leading paid parental leave program from the day you join

  • Excellent end of trip facilities and free gym onsite  

  • Mental health and wellbeing programs 

  • Employee assistance program for employees and their families

  • Special offers on private health insurance, salary packaging, banking, travel, groceries and more

  • Salary continuance insurance (criteria applies)

  • A supportive team culture and environment

We’re building a diverse workforce

At Clough, we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities in which we work and live, fostering an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embraces their strengths and differences, and provides opportunities for all to achieve their full potential.

We are a certified Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by WGEA, a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for All Women, a signatory of the Veterans’ Employment Commitment, a partner of Pride in Diversity as LGBTQIA+ allies, an active member of CEOs for Gender Equity, and guided by our Reconciliation Action Plan, we are committed to providing meaningful training and employment opportunities to deliver positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.

Apply now to join us!

Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed for shortlisting. Should your application be shortlisted we will contact you.

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position. #LI-DW1

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