Workplace Relations Advisory Consultant - PART TIME or FULL TIME with flexibility - Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne

  • FCB Group
  • Sydney or Melbourne or Brisbane
  • 09/05/2019
Part Time Human Resources & Recruitment Legal

Job Description

About FCB Group

FCB Group is Australia’s leading workplace relations specialist firm with offices located throughout Australia and New Zealand.

As a values driven organisation we pride ourselves on operating under a number of core values including ‘dignity and respect for all’ and ‘having fun along the way’, a value which we ensure extends to each and every person in the firm. Our team are truly expert in their field yet support our clients within a close knit and collaborative working environment.

Representing a diverse range of clients including some of Australia’s leading commercial organisations, industry associations and medium sized enterprises, our goal is to empower businesses to navigate through Australia’s complex and constantly evolving workplace relations system while providing a better way for businesses to manage their people.

FCB Group is made up of several divisions including HR Assured which provides a complete workplace relations solution to clients upon a subscription basis. Through this division our four principles of knowledge; expertise; accessibility and representation are delivered by coupling workplace relations experts, together with our leading HRIS platform, to deliver advice and support in a new and exciting way.

What you can expect from FCB

Honesty and Transparency  |  Leadership  |  Achieving Excellence  |  Dignity and Respect  | Supportive and Passionate  |  Having fun along the way!

About the Opportunity

Due to ongoing growth we are currently seeking workplace relations professionals to join our HR Assured team. The successful candidate will thrive in a fast paced and high performing environment while the business will provide candidates with exciting development and career opportunities.

With a solid understanding of Australian workplace laws and industrial relations framework, you will be responsible for the provision of timely workplace relations advice to an enviable client list on all workplace relations and HR matters.

The position is predominately client facing and as such the successful candidates will have strong skills in client engagement and communication, while having the demonstrated ability to guide and influence clients, or internal stakeholders, in relation to the delivery of commercial and pragmatic workplace relations solutions.

In addition to client facing work you will work closely with senior management in all areas of service delivery, business development and the development of the broader advisory services team.

Full-time and part-time positions are available in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, so candidates who may be seeking flexible working arrangements in an accommodating working environment are strongly encouraged to apply.

Candidates with experience and/or qualifications in New Zealand employment law will be highly regarded and strongly encouraged to apply.

Your background

To be considered, we are looking for candidates with the following:

  • Minimum 3 years workplace relations advisory experience
  • Formal qualifications in Law or HR
  • Strong knowledge of Australian employment law and Modern Award framework
  • Ability to provide pragmatic, commercial workplace relations advice (telephone and written)
  • Experience dealing directly with clients, or internal stakeholders, concerning all workplace relations matter
  • Ability to work under pressure in a fast paced and demanding environment while having fun along the way

The successful candidate will ideally have:

  • Formal qualifications and experience in both Australia and New Zealand
  • Experience in conducting conciliation conferences before the Fair Work Commission and equal opportunity commissions
  • Deep understanding of Australia’s Modern Award and National Employment Standards framework
  • Business development and client relations experience
  • Genuine desire to develop and mentor junior members of the team
  • Experience and/or qualifications in New Zealand employment law

 We will move quickly to shortlist so don't delay in applying.

To express your interest, email Karen Harding or for a further discussion call (02) 9922 5188