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Welcome to Jobs and Talent, the job alert and talent notices section of the AAGE website. This service is aimed to provide AAGE members with a method of advertising available positions in the graduate recruitment space to one another, along with publicising profiles of current job seekers with experience in the graduate recruitment field.

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Honeywell - Early Careers Recruitment Specialist (Sydney)

  • Small collaborative team
  • A business that is committed to growing and developing talent

At Honeywell we are driven to create teams with a mix of styles, thinking and people – because we know that keeps us at the cutting edge of innovation.

Our employees collaborate to turn bright ideas into real life solutions that positively affect the world in which we live. Using innovative technologies that make our world cleaner and more sustainable, secure, connected, energy efficient and productive, Honeywell is committed to delivering big results in everything we make and do.

This role will focus on the attraction and recruitment of early career program candidates by continuing to build the Honeywell brand in the early careers market.

The Early Careers Recruitment Specialist will lead and deliver the attraction and recruitment activities of early talent program participants including work experience, apprentice, internship and graduate programs.

This role is responsible for ensuring that the early talent programs are delivered and that Honeywell Pacific is offering market competitive and highly engaging programs.

This position is a 12-month fixed term contract.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Design and delivery of the recruitment and attraction activities to fulfil intakes each year for the early career programs
  • Measure progress of each program attraction and recruitment strategies
  • Identify and build relationships with key partners
  • Improve graduate on-boarding programs for both candidates and hiring managers to ensure a smooth introduction to Honeywell
  • Create and update program marketing materials for attraction and recruitment activities
  • Maintain internal and external program websites
  • Identify and deliver activities to increase diversity in our attraction and recruitment campaigns
  • Design and manage the end to end recruitment program
  • Coordinate apprentice rotations
  • Assist the Early Careers Development Manager with other projects as required.

Honeywell offers an inclusive, flexible and supportive culture, with merit based pay for performance, along with ongoing training and development opportunities for those that have the desire to succeed.

We work hard to make the world a better place. With the support of a global organisation and a culture of teamwork and camaraderie that is second to none, Honeywell employees can navigate their way around the world and progress from career to career within the same dynamic company. Our employees are encouraged to be visionaries and they achieve great things to build a team of results-oriented individuals, then empower them to make the world a better place.

Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer that supports a diverse workforce.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply for this position.

Please click here to apply via the Seek website.

The University of Queensland - Employability Advisor - Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and IT

  • Are you passionate about the student experience and keen to develop game changing graduates?
  • Do you thrive on building relationships with stakeholders?
  • Do you want to be part of flexible and dynamic environment?
  • Do you want to be part of a vibrant and results driven team?

The role:

The Employability Advisor will contribute to the development, implementation and coordination of industry-student activities which benefit EAIT students by allowing them to better understand the professional environment in which they will work, and learn valuable employability skills. There is a strong focus on new business development and a key focus of the role will be to liaise with industry and researchers to place EAIT students undertaking full-time study in short or long-term positions within industry and research laboratories. In addition, the Employability Advisor will contribute to the development, implementation and delivery of employability related modules and activities to further prepare EAIT students for the graduate employment market.

Job listing:

Find out more about UQ EAIT Employability team here:

If you are interested, or know someone who might be, please get in touch to find out more: or (07) 3346 6460.

AMP - Graduate Program Recruitment Consultant

Job no: 598801
Work type: Permanent Full Time
Location: Sydney
Categories: Human Resources

Working for AMP means working for a company that empowers its people to make a difference, while providing the support of a highly talented, experienced team. We understand that it is our customers that make us great. And because people achieve their best in different ways, our culture is flexible and supportive, to give you the freedom to focus on outcomes rather than just processes.

We are currently looking for a Graduate Program Recruitment Consultant to join our P&C team.

About the role

We are on the lookout for an engaging and talented Graduate Program Recruitment Consultant who will thrive in a fun and dynamic environment where innovation and continual improvement are the norm. We are looking for someone who can build strong relationships with both internal and external stakeholders and be responsible for the end to end recruitment of graduates into AMP

With the end goal in mind you will proactively build sourcing strategies that will be innovative and attract the highest caliber of early talent to AMP. A Recruiter at heart you’ll love identifying and attracting talent in a competitive graduate market.

What you will be doing

  • Design and delivery of the recruitment and attraction activities to fulfill intakes each year for the graduate program and manage the entire recruitment life cycle process inclusive of onboarding
  • Measure progress of each program attraction and recruitment strategies and review the recruitment process on an ongoing basis to identify improvements and implement them as required
  • Work in conjunction with the Talent team to monitor and actively work to ensure the cost of graduate recruitment activities remains within agreed budget and meets agreed success metrics
  • Promote and build a high performance culture through the attraction, assessment and selection of the highest caliber candidates available
  • Identify and deliver activities to increase diversity in our attraction and recruitment campaigns
  • Gain a sound understanding of designated stakeholder business areas to ensuring recruitment is aligned with requirements
  • Support Talent team as required in graduate on-boarding programs for both candidates and hiring managers to ensure a smooth introduction to AMP

Skills & experience

  • Strong relationship management and influencing skills
  • Strong customer focus (candidate and stakeholder) and results orientation
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to identify and interpret the business challenges, preferably in a corporate environment
  • Solid understanding of psychometric assessment methodologies is preferred

Our Culture

AMP is an organisation like few others. We enjoy a culture that recognises individuality yet encourages collaboration, giving real meaning to our work and making a difference to our people and our customers.

As one P&C team, we share a common purpose to deliver strategic insight, industry leading advice and efficient and effective services through a multi-channel delivery strategy. We invest the majority of our resources and time in areas that provide the most value and enable our business to deliver on its growth agenda, driving a more collaborative and customer focused AMP. We ensure the delivery of P&C services across the AMP value chain is reflective of customer value and shareholder return.


Access a great range of benefits such as flexible working options, retail discounts, onsite gym, competitive home loan rates, leading superannuation contribution, discounted financial advice, and personal insurance.

This role is full time but if you are looking for flexibility let us know, it should not be a barrier to you applying for this amazing opportunity.

To find out more about this role please contact Andy Logan on 02 9257 7346 or on

Click here to apply - applications close 24 November 2017.

Thiess - Organisational Development Advisor

Job no: 980012
Work type: Permanent Full-time
Location: Aus - Brisbane
Categories: HR & Training, Thiess
Applications close: 30 Oct 2017 E. Australia Standard Time

Thiess is the world's largest mining services provider. We offer the widest range of in-house surface and underground mining capabilities across Australia, Botswana, Canada, Chile, Indonesia and Mongolia. Our life-of-mine insight, tailored approach and commitment to excellence keep us at the leading edge…optimising the mining value chain for each client.

And we're not done. We continue to drive innovation, through long-term relationships, so our clients are best positioned in a competitive global market. Our people are central to our success and are empowered to contribute their skills, knowledge and experience to continually exceed industry benchmarks. Our culture is built on our Principles of Integrity, Accountability, Innovation and Delivery, underpinned by a commitment to safety in everything we do.

As our Organisational Development Advisor (Graduate and Undergraduate Programs), reporting to the Talent Management & Development Manager, you will work collaboratively towards delivering high-quality solutions and results in line with our principles.

Based in Brisbane, you will partner with key stakeholders and business leaders to manage our Graduate, Undergraduate and Scholarship Programs.

Some of your duties will include:

  • Partner with the People and Capability business partners and business leaders to manage and facilitate the end to end recruitment process for Graduates and Undergraduate Programs
  • Coordinate and facilitate the Thiess graduate on boarding process and support the wider group with CIMIC Group Induction
  • Manage the placement, development and rotation of graduates on the programs including design, coordination and facilitation of Graduate Development Days
  • Communicate and build effective relationships with sites, mentors, operations managers, general managers and the Thiess Executive team
  • Build and manage effective relationships with external entities (Universities, student societies, vendors and accreditation bodies)
  • Establish, report and manage the Graduate Program budget

What skills and experience do you need?

  • A bachelor degree or equivalent in HR, business or a related discipline
  • At least 3 years’ experience in a similar role with a proven experience in managing programs
  • Strong knowledge of attraction, recruitment and development practices for Graduates and Undergraduates
  • Strong knowledge and application of diversity and inclusion principles into managing Graduates and Undergraduates
  • Demonstrated experience in building relationships with senior levels of management
  • Strong relationship building, influencing and negotiation skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong project management skills

Click here to apply - applications close 30 October 2017.

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