As Campus Recruiting Coordinator, you'll help execute campus recruiting strategy, as well as various customer-service aspects of the recruiting process. You'll support campus recruiting by coordinating and managing candidate interviews, and helping candidates and recruiting team with other aspects of the recruiting process.
In this role, you'll report directly to, and receive direction and mentorship from a designated Campus Recruiter. You'll also be expected to work independently on various customer-service aspects of the recruiting process.
What we're looking for
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KPMG Australia's Graduate Talent Acquisition Team proactively engage with Universities and Student communities to identify awesome, diverse talent with the potential to become future leaders. We’re a passionate team of practical thinkers who help shape our process, and creative geniuses who dream big and explore new ideas to constantly innovate within the graduate recruitment space.
Recognised as a top 100 graduate employer by both Grad Connection and AAGE (Australian Associate of Graduate Employers in 2018, our culture encourages you to be yourself and embrace opportunities to grow, inspire and have impact.
An internal promotion has now created a fantastic opportunity to join our Graduate Talent Acquisition team. The role will see you leading Graduate hiring activities for our Canberra office and working closely with Universities to build awareness of KPMG through events and engaging with the Graduate community.
Reporting to the Graduate Talent Acquisition Manager, you’ll manage the end to end graduate recruitment process to ensure it delivers the best talent and our candidates receive a memorable and positive experience.
This is how your days could look:
How are you Extraordinary?
At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. Your passion to help Graduates start their career journey will be key to your success in this role. Beyond this your skills & experience will likely include:
The KPMG Difference
Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics our people possess and we share and learn from each other.
We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT+ workplace inclusion.
Our commitment to ‘Flexibility’ allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life.
Applications close: 22 Nov 2019 AUS Eastern Daylight Time
The Entry Programs team at the Department of Home Affairs currently has a vacant APS5 full time position based in Canberra which we are looking to fill.
An experienced Senior HR & Recruitment Advisor with strong stakeholder engagement and the ability to deliver to a people strategy in large and geographically complexed workforces within the private sector and public service. I have been accountable for preparing strategy and material relevant to HR, Recruitment and Graduate Programs.
I am seeking mobility options at APS6 Level or EL1 level in Canberra or Newcastle. Currently an AAGE member and AHRI member (MAHRI), due to commence my AHRI HR Certification on 9 September 2019.
I also participate in the AHRI Emerging Professional Forum in Canberra. I have a Bachelor of Education in Adult Education (HRD/HRM) at UTS and over 14 years experience in Talent Acquisition (entry level and lateral hire), Human Resources, Workforce Planning and Diversity in Australia and London for reputable companies such as Ernst & Young, Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg and BBC UK. My experience in the Australian Public Service (APS), is gained from Department of Defence, Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet (PM&C), Department of Industry, Innovation and Science (DIIS), Department of Agriculture and IP Australia.
I am highly capable of providing Human Resources advice related to graduate and entry level programs, diversity, workforce planning, international assignments; relocations and visas; performance management; payroll; rewards and benefits; and learning and development.
In 2017-2018, I worked as a Senior HR Advisor on the 2018 ASEAN-Australian Special Summit Taskforce to execute the HR strategy on behalf of the Prime Minister and the Department (PM&C). I was mentored by a wonderful leadership team on the taskforce to grow my skills. I am insightful, results oriented and values driven. I have an aptitude for contemporary technologies and social media such as eRecruit, Aurion, PageUp, Taleo, PeopleSoft, Linkedin, Seek, Indeed & Facebook. I have experience supervising 1 X APS5 and 2 X APS 4 HR Officers as well as building a teams capability.
Currently working as a Team Leader, responsible for the delivery of Graduate and Entry Level Programs, such as workplace rotations, pastoral care, graduate events and training. I have experience delivering graduate development program, Indigenous Apprenticeship Program (IAP), Indigenous Australian Government Development Program (IAGDP), University Vacation Employment Program (UVEP), Career Starters Program and APSC Indigenous Pathways Programs.
I am on merit pool for ongoing roles in Canberra at the APS6 (valid Nov 2019) and EL1 levels (valid July 2020).
Socially, I enjoy the outdoors, singing and participating in charitable initiatives.