Pearson Allied Health Services is a registered provider with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), we specialise in providing allied health services to children, young people and adults with disabilities. Offering a flexible service, sessions can take place in our office, our therapy house, our farm or within the community. Our goal is to provide a truly person-centred service while working within a trans-disciplinary team.
We are seeking a passionate, motivated and highly efficient Human Resources Officer/Manager. The responsibilities of the role include:
- Providing support to the leadership team on key strategies, trends and issues to ensure that the organisation implements and develops best human resource practices.
- Coordinate the employee recruitment process; create and revise job descriptions; conduct new employee orientations; oversee the exit process; Facilitate employee on-boarding and pre-employment checks
- Support various process improvement initiatives and projects
- Help develop and revise organisational policies and procedures.
- Implement, monitor and review systems to ensure the successful passing of the NDIS bi-annual auditing process.
- Assist with WHS activities
- Ad-hoc duties as required by the employer.
Skills and attributes
- Highly motivated with superior attention to detail
- Minimum 2 years in a similar HR / P&C role
- Tertiary HR or related qualifications highly desirable
- Demonstrate superior written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to be flexible and respond to the need of the team
- Be a part of the PAHS leadership.
Why join the team?
A rewarding role that not only offers diversity but the ability to work in a team that is supportive and very friendly.
- Flexible family friendly hours- part-time or full-time hours
- Located down South, in Morphett Vale
- Paid Maternity and Paternity Leave.
- Employee Assistive Program
- Excellent culture with regular team events
- Provision of Laptop and/or iPad
- Travel paid per kilometre, and/or company vehicles can be used.
- Uniform provided
- A negotiable remuneration package based on experience and additional qualifications and skills.
- Understanding of child safety and the legislation surrounding this.
Understanding and knowledge of the Privacy Act and relevant confidentiality requirements.
- Understanding of the NDIS Code of Conduct and act in compliance at all times and willing to act in accordance with the PAHS Mission Statement.
- Understanding of Disability Service Standards and relevant legislation.
- Understanding of United Nations Convention on Human Rights for People with a Disability.
In your application, please provide your CV and a cover letter addressing your skills and experience.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Job Type: Permanent
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and are committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome, actively support and promote the employment of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds and other diversity group