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Welcome to Jobs and Talent, which aims 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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MinterEllison: Resourcing Advisor – Graduate Hires

At MinterEllison we take pride in being our clients' best partner, and enjoy working within teams of professionals who share their knowledge, respect our values and support each other to achieve our collective goals. We welcome people who want exciting careers in high performing teams.

The Team

As a Human Resources (HR) team, we are focused on collaborating, innovating and inspiring each other and our clients. We understand that the high standards we set ourselves in a top tier law firm means that we are constantly challenged to deliver our best and excel. It involves operating in a high performance culture, managing multiple stakeholders and working collaboratively across offices, countries and time zones.

We take pride in being our clients' best partner, and enjoy working within teams of professionals who share their knowledge, respect our values and support each other to achieve our collective goals.

The Role

The National Graduate Resourcing team are an important function in building the firm's talent pipeline through our clerkship and graduate programs. This role is based in the Sydney office and the responsibilities will include:

  • Managing relationships and commitments to university partners. This includes attraction events, careers fairs and presentationsSeeking out new opportunities to promote the firm in schools and universities
  • Project managing the clerkship & graduate recruitment process including branding, selection, assessment, and development programs
  • Facilitating the on-boarding and orientation programs in partnership with our Talent Development team
  • Acting as the key point of contact for HR queries for the Clerk and Graduate cohorts
  • Facilitating employee performance conversations with supervisors to build high-performing teams

More about you

Ideally you will possess:

  • An understanding of business and commercial drivers
  • Ability to build, maintain and manage relationships with various internal and external stakeholders
  • Problem solving skills and the ability to make sound judgements
  • The ability to work in a highly collaborative team environment, where 'excellence' is a minimum standard
  • Outstanding communication skills, both written and verbal

Who we are

We embrace flexibility and provide our future leaders with best practice learning and development programs to accelerate and grow their careers.

We value diversity in the workplace and care about ensuring you balance your professional goals with your commitments and interests outside of work, and provide a wide range of social, financial and health benefits to support your wellbeing.

How to apply

We prefer to deal with you directly, so if you would like to be considered please submit your CV and cover letter via Suzannah Miller at Suzannah.Miller@minterellison.com.

Please note that applications from agencies will not be considered at this time. To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia.


EY: Campus Recruitment Senior Consultant – Sydney

Join the Oceania Recruitment and Talent Sourcing team at EY and you’re joining more than 50 talent acquisition professionals who are committed to attracting and engaging the best candidates for EY.

About the opportunity

In your role as a Campus Recruitment Senior Consultant you'll work closely with business stakeholders and the Oceania Campus Recruitment team to design and deliver recruitment campaigns to attract and recruit the best student talent to EY. You’ll have the scope and support to be creative and innovate.

Key responsibilities

  • Building relationships with internal stakeholders and ensuring recruitment activities are aligned to business priorities
  • Managing recruitment campaigns for relevant business areas from initial attraction through to onboarding
  • Working with the Oceania Recruitment and Employer Branding teams to design sourcing and candidate engagement strategies to support recruitment initiatives
  • Building relationships with university stakeholders
  • Organising and facilitating assessment centres
  • Management of our student programs
  • Delivering presentations and workshops on campus and internally
  • Working with the Learning and Development team to coordinate induction and support the onboarding process
  • Participating in Oceania work groups and ad hoc projects

Skills and attributes for success

To be successful in this role you will be degree qualified with previous experience in high volume recruitment, ideally in a campus or student recruitment environment. You will be a confident communicator and presenter with excellent organisational skills and strong attention to detail. You will have the ability to build relationships and work as part of a team, be adaptable and skilled at managing multiple priorities. We want you to be creative and to have a passion for campus recruitment.

What working at EY offers

We offer a competitive remuneration package where you’ll be rewarded based on your performance and the value you bring. Our Total Rewards package includes support for flexible working, career development, and an extensive range of wellbeing and benefit offerings. We are happy to consider formal and informal flexible working arrangement. To find out how some of our people are using these arrangements to help them achieve a lifestyle balance, please click here

About EY

As a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, we’re using the finance products, expertise and systems we’ve developed to build a better working world. That starts with a culture that believes in giving you the training, opportunities and creative freedom to make things better. Whenever you join, however long you stay, the exceptional EY experience lasts a lifetime. And with a commitment to hiring and developing the most passionate people, we’ll make our ambition to be the best employer by 2020 a reality.

Who we are

EY is an inclusive and equal opportunity employer offering a vast range of internal networks including Unity, our LGBTI network and our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander network. These provide our people with the opportunity to connect across offices and allow us all to embrace and value the diverse society we live within. We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to provide a positive, barrier-free recruitment process and supportive work environment. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application.

Join us in building a better working world.

Apply now - http://m.rfer.us/EYS3XbFSw

If you’d like further information, please contact Melinda Woodlock, Oceania Campus Recruitment Lead, via email for a confidential discussion, melinda.woodlock@au.ey.com.

The preferred applicant will be subject to employment screening by Ernst & Young or by their external third party provider.

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Honeywell: Early Careers Program Manager

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.

We are seeking an Early Careers Program Manager to be responsible for all early careers programs: graduates, interns, trainees and apprentices, from attraction through to program completion. This role is responsible for creating the strategy, designing and deploying the program to attract, recruit, develop and retain talented candidates and participants for the Pacific early careers programs. Focussing the design and end-to-end delivery of early careers programs to fulfil both the current and future needs of the business.

This is a 24-month maternity leave cover fixed term contract.

Attraction and Recruitment:

Manage external early careers recruitment provider and recruitment specialist, ensuring:

  • Attraction, engagement and recruitment of excellent quality early careers candidates,
  • Attend attraction events hosted by universities and industry partners e.g. careers fairs.
  • Identification and delivery of activities to increase diversity in our attraction and recruitment campaign with a large focus on female and Indigenous engineering candidates.
  • Setting of annual program event calendars with key program milestones, events and attraction and recruitment activities.
  • Develop and maintain good relationships with industry partners and connect regularly with respective universities, TAFEs, and professional bodies in Australia and New Zealand
  • Manage branding and advertising strategy for all early careers programs.

Development:

  • Design a Learning Curriculum for Early Careers participants in relation to Technical as well as inter-personal / personal effectiveness.
  • Set annual program event calendars with key program milestones, events and attraction and recruitment activities.
  • Plan and organise annual Graduate development week.

Retention:

  • Maintain contact with all early career participants and be a point of contact and mentor for the duration of the program.
  • Formulate the annual program budgets and expend funds accordingly.
  • Design and delivery of the remuneration strategy for all early program career participant including commencement, mandatory and merit review and roll off plans.

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.

Where will your vision lead you?

Honeywell Building Solutions delivers integrated technology solutions that help our customers become safer, more secure, productive, energy efficient and competitive, whilst improving comfort conditions and compliance with new legislation. We have built a global reputation for delivering competitive advantage to our customers through design, implementation and support of cost-effective solutions that are aligned with business processes, objectives and outcomes, coupled with an absolute focus on customer satisfaction. For more than 60 years, HBS has delivered solutions to business, industry, and consumers in the Pacific region. As an affiliate of Honeywell International Inc., we are part of a highly diversified global technology and manufacturing company represented in 95 countries with offices in New Zealand, and in every state and territory in Australia.

Click here to apply.

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



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