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Human Resources Manager

SAI Home and Community Care - Melbourne, VIC

HR & Recruitment
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JOB DESCRIPTION

Human Resources Manager

SAI Home and Community Care

  • One of Melbourne’s fastest growing home and disability care groups
  • Be a part of a dynamic team in a growing and innovative business with offices across Melbourne in Essendon, Carnegie & Frankston
  • Full time role
  • Highly competitive remuneration package for the right candidate


This is an outstanding opportunity for a Human Resources Manager in a fast growing organisation within aged and disability home-based care. Sai and Care With Quality, part of General Homecare, provide services across the Mornington Peninsula and Metro Melbourne. Backed by leading healthcare investor Genesis Capital, this is a unique opportunity to work with a dynamic executive team driving to create a leader in the sector. 


About us: 

You will be working for General Homecare, comprised of two highly successful and reputable home and disability care provider: Sai Home and Community Care (www.saihomecare.com.au) & Care With Quality (www.carewithquality.com.au). Our group of homecare providers continues to grow and we are looking for an outstanding leader of a critical role across the group. 

Our award winning team is recognised and acknowledged by our clients and peers as innovative leaders within the industry with a provision of services that goes above and beyond expectations. We also have a strong commitment to the local communities that we service. We actively engage with local organisations and volunteers and strive to become a valued member of our community. We are committed to upholding a strong relationship with our incredible team of carers and volunteers. 


About the Role: 

The Human Resources Manager is responsible for the operational delivery of HR services and support to the team across our two businesses. The Human Resources Manager will work with the executive team to identify, develop and implement solutions across a range of HR functions including workforce planning, managing for performance, industrial relations, organisational restructuring, employee relations, organisational development and staff development. 

The role has responsibility for working with all to maintain and grow the positive organisational culture, aligned to our values and which fosters accountability, innovation and continuous improvement. The role is a key driver and leader in ensuring the effective development and implementation of operational goals, policies and processes; and the specific HR strategies required to build capability.


The capacity to provide leadership, facilitate change and achieve business objectives while recognising and accommodating the interdependencies across the business is critical to the success of this role. The position is an advocate for all Employees, ensuring a workplace embracing diversity, inclusion, safety and opportunity. It includes measures to monitor and promote Employee satisfaction, wellbeing, and the positive organisational culture of the group.


The roles contribution: 

Your duties will include but are not limited to:

  • Developing and implementing HR strategies, policies and projects in conjunction with the HR team;
  • Implementing HR strategies and solutions to achieve agreed outcomes relating to: organisational design, organisational change, performance management, workforce and strategic planning and other generalist HR activities inclusive of effective negotiation and consultation with Employees;
  • Providing high level, timely and professional advice to senior management and Employees, in interpreting and implementing HR policy including change management, HR planning, industrial relations, retention, performance management, workplace health including OH&S, WorkCover and RTW as well as organisation development and change; 
  • Delivering a high level of proactive and reactive support, management and advice to managers and Employees in employee relations, encompassing, equal employment opportunity/diversity case management; 
  • Ensuring that the group complies with relevant IR, EBA, EEO, OH&S and training compliance and obligations;
  • Developing and motivating a small human resources team as needed; 
  • Develop and implement HR Plan in line with the organisational strategic direction
  • Ensuring a strong and up to date HR Policy and procedure framework
  • Contributing as a HR team member to develop and/or enhance policies, procedures and systems to support HR ‘best practice”;
  • Developing effective, collaborative relationships and networking with all internal clients and external stakeholders; 
  • Preparing HR metric data and operational reports as required.
  • Responsible for all HR transactional activities including onboarding, compliance checks, exiting, learning and development, staff safety, recruitment and staff planning


Key Selection Criteria: 

We are seeking a highly motivated, friendly, and organised individual with excellent time management, leadership and people management skills. We are looking for an individual that is willing to be a part of a dynamic, innovative and highly skilled team who believe in the care and service that they provide and have a desire for lifelong learning.

Qualifications and Industry Membership

  • Certificate or Degree in Human Resources
  • Cleared National Criminal History Check
  • Valid Australian Driver’s License
  • Cleared NDIS Worker Screening Check
  • Cleared Working with Children Check (WWCC)
  • Right to Work – Australian Citizen, Resident or current Visa

Experience required: 

  • Qualifications related to Human Resources or related discipline, with demonstrated experience.
  • Aged care or health sector experience.
  • Demonstrated Health sector industrial relations knowledge
  • Highly effective interpersonal and communication skills for dealing with a diverse range of people.
  • Customer service orientation with an “internal consultant” approach.
  • Proven organisational, administrative and time management skills including strong attention to detail.
  • Effective self-management skills and ability to prioritise workloads.
  • Demonstrated capacity to work flexibly and willingness to work on different and multiple activities. 
  • Intermediate computer literacy - Microsoft Office and data base management.

Skills and Knowledge required: 

  • Acts as a positive role model with honesty and integrity at all times.
  • Appreciation of EEO.
  • Eager to learn and explore various approaches to a solution.
  • Demonstrated skills in relating to a broad range of people with a high level of discretion.
  • Self-motivated, proactive with initiative. 
  • Knowledge of employment law and related experience in areas such as equal opportunity and workplace safety.
  • Return to Work Coordinator