HR Business Partner – Wodonga, AUS

An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced HR Business Partner to develop their career with a leading mining services company, based at our Wodonga facility.

The HR Business Partner will be based at our Wodonga facility and will report to the Head of HR Operations. This role will provide operational HR support to Bradken’s Wodonga manufacturing sites, consisting of about 190 employees.

This role will be responsible and accountable for day to day HR functions at a site level by providing leadership and guidance in the areas of:

  • Performance management
  • Training & development
  • Employee engagement & welfare
  • Recruitment & selection
  • Communication
  • HR reporting
  • Industrial relations.

As part of the People & Communications team your work will also involve collaborating with a well-regarded team to contribute to the development and implementation of national and global HR policies and programs.

In addition to having worked within an engineering or manufacturing environment and having strong industrial relations experience, you will be need to be able to demonstrate experience in each of the following selection criteria:

  • Minimum of three years’ experience operating as an HR Business Partner in an industrial/unionised business environment
  • Excellent communication & relationship management skills
  • Strong analytical & strategic thinking skills
  • Exposure to a variety of projects / initiatives across a range of HR disciplines

If you are looking for a role that will see you lead operational excellence in exchange for an attractive remuneration package and participation in a short term incentive scheme, this could be your next long term role.

Prior to starting employment you will be required to complete a psychometric assessment and medical including drug and alcohol testing.

If you would like to join a global market leader please send your resume and a brief covering letter highlighting why this should be your next role to careers@bradken.com by COB 20th July 2018. A cover letter specifically addressing the selection criteria will be well regarded.