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We are committed to solving the world’s biggest challenges in the areas of water, energy, and urbanisation.
Our national Graduate Talent Acquisition team has a terrific new role for a Recruiter with a passion for early careers programs to come in and own our NSW & ACT operations for a 12-month period to cover the maternity leave of our existing team member. Working as a part of a recently established function, this role will manage the program delivery for GHD’s Graduate & Internship recruitment across Newcastle, Sydney, Canberra and our other regional NSW operations.
You will have the opportunity to influence attraction and selection practices and build on existing relationships with local tertiary institutions and industry organisations. Most of our graduates come from an engineering or science discipline, but we also recruit from architecture, project management, digital and other business disciplines.
Working with a blend of remote and office-based work, we’d like you to be based out of Sydney, however, we’d also be open to you being permanently located in either Newcastle or Canberra. Regardless of your location, you could also work from one of our many regional offices from time to time should you be travelling for work or personal reasons.
What will you do in the role?
We’re looking for someone who:
Being the best we can be is in our culture.
We are a family of smart, innovative, and creative problem solvers. In our employee-owned company, everything feels like it matters more. Challenge us and help us come up with new solutions to ensure water, energy and urbanisation are made sustainable for generations to come.
Our commitment to you
Commitment is a powerful word that defines how we do business, how we serve our clients and how we care for one another. We will support your needs by giving you the tools to do your best work and then recognise achievements. We will set your curiosity free to allow brilliant minds to do their best work. We will invest in new ideas, removing barriers where we can. Finally, we will encourage you to collaborate with thousands of diverse people across our global business.
Who we are
We are committed to solving the world's biggest challenges in the areas of water, energy and urbanisation. GHD is a global professional services company that is a leader in engineering, construction, and architectural expertise. Established in 1928, we remain wholly owned by our people. We are 10,000+ diverse and skilled individuals, yet we are proudly ‘One GHD’ across more than 200 offices, spanning five continents – Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America, and the Pacific region. Delivering extraordinary social and economic outcomes, we are passionate about building lasting relationships with our partners and clients.
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GHD is committed to providing Equal Employment Opportunities and invites applications from all nationalities, genders, and cultural backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
We respectfully ask that no agency resumes be presented at this stage.
Lendlease is a globally integrated real estate and investment group with core expertise in shaping cities and creating strong and connected communities. We create award-winning urban precincts, new communities for older people and young families just starting out, retail precincts, and work places to the highest sustainability standards. We are also privileged to create essential civic and social infrastructure including state-of-the-art hospitals, universities and stadiums around the world.We have a brand-new opportunity for a Graduate Resourcing Advisor to be part of the Lendlease resourcing team based at their global HQ at Barangaroo. Working in a multidisciplinary People & Culture team you will deliver full end-to-end recruitment processes for Graduate and Undergraduate programs across the Lendlease business.
This opportunity will see you engaging with university students, university contacts and job boards, managing and building relationships with hiring managers, managing end to end recruitment from screening through to offer (utilising a wider team of application and video interview screeners) and developing and maintaining talent pools of relevant candidates. You will be part of an experienced team in a fast-paced environment that offers variety in your role including contribution to the delivery of strategic recruitment projects and business intelligence research.
This is the perfect next step for a Graduate Coordinator who has completed 1-2 seasons of graduate recruitment, with experience in WorkDay and delivery of virtual Assessment Centres highly desirable. As a highly organised, responsive and delivery outcome focused professional, you will possess strong communication skills, a commitment to best practice and the motivation to drive efficient and engaging processes. You are someone who aspires to deliver quality, innovative and smart solutions to your stakeholders.
This is an RPO opportunity with Peoplescout, the world’s largest Recruitment Process Outsourcing provider managing total workforce solutions that span the global economy. We manage the most complex talent programs through a seamless balance of superior technology and proven expertise that gives our clients the edge in the people business.
To find out more about us and to explore all other opportunities, visit www.lendlease.com/careers.
We embrace the value of a vibrant and diverse workforce and recognise that our people have different experiences and needs at different times. Lendlease is a diverse, flexible and inclusive employer of choice. We engage, enable and empower our people and support their individual needs. Inclusion sets us all up for success.
Work type: Permanent Full Time
Division: Business Services
KPMG’s national People & Inclusion (P&I) team is looking for a Campus Relationship Manager to work as part of a national Graduate Talent Acquisition team, as we transform the Graduate program to meet heighten business needs and a changing market.
You’ll report into the Head of Graduate Recruitment and take a leading role in building strategies that inspire, engage and attract the best, most diverse talent to our student programs.
As one of the largest employers of graduates within Australia, there’ll be plenty of opportunity for you to make best use of your recruitment and employer branding knowledge and expertise, adding value, insight and direction to drive innovative, effective and quality solutions.
The role requires a strategic, commercial and client centric student marketing professional, passionate about graduate recruitment and building relationships, who is performance led and thrives on working in a complex and fast changing environment.
You’ll join a national team that are responsible for delivering KPMG’s graduate and vacation programs, working alongside your peers in the delivery of the over-arching student recruitment strategy. You will be a high calibre professional and your responsibilities will include (and not be limited to) the following:
External and Internal Profile
How to apply
Please click here to apply. Please note that applications close 6 August 2021.
Work type: Permanent Full Time
Division: Business Services
KPMG Australia's Campus 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 2020, our culture encourages you to be yourself and embrace opportunities to grow, inspire and have impact.
We’re transforming our team to be even better and this has now created a fantastic opportunity to join our Campus Talent Acquisition team. The role will see you leading student hiring activities for a designated portfolio and working closely with Universities to build awareness of KPMG through events and engaging with the student community.
As part of our Campus team, you’ll manage the end to end graduate recruitment for your assigned business group 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.
How to apply
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Work type: Fixed Term
Division/Faculty: Faculty of Science
Salary: $87,007 - $94,181 (UOM 6)
Role & Superannuation rate: Professional - Full time - 17% super
About the Role
You will have the opportunity to contribute your passion and energy during the expansion and implementation of the Faculty of Science initiatives to enhance professional skills for our students, across all levels. Through your guidance and influence, these initiatives will carry forward the Faculty’s Values to make a difference to humanity, grow knowledge and solve global problems. These initiatives are focused on delivering career related events through the program management of an innovative professional skills program.
You will bring extensive knowledge and skills in learning design, project management, stakeholder relationships, presentation, and facilitation. You will also bring an appetite for change, and the knowledge to turn your ideas into reality. You’re a curious person, who is open to learning and is fascinated by the future of work and science. With loads of initiative, you’re passionate about your work and can execute without hand-holding. If you’re a collaborative, self-starter, with experience in developing a framework of skills-based events, workshops, panels, etc., then this could be the role for you.
The University is a vibrant campus. We have well-established clubs and networks giving the opportunity to engage and collaborate with other staff around the University. We strive to create an environment where staff and students promote culturally inclusive behaviour and activities, ensure cultural differences are heard and explored, and actively seek to learn from other cultures.
How to apply
Please click here for further details on the application process and a link to the position description. Please note that applications close 25 July 2021.
Ashurst is a leading global law firm with a history spanning almost 200 years, and clear strategy for our future growth. Our in-depth understanding of our clients and commitment to providing exceptional standards of service have seen us become a trusted adviser to local and global corporates, financial institutions and governments in all areas of commercial law. To find out more please visit here.
We have an exciting opportunity for an HR Consultant to join our national graduate recruitment team on a permanent full time basis. You will work with a tight-knit, award winning national team who are recognised as one of the nation's top graduate employers with a market leading intern program.
The successful candidate will report to the National Graduate Programs Manager and will manage the full life cycle of our Clerkship and Graduate programs in our Melbourne office including:
More information can be found in the Job Description attached to the role on our website.
Skills & Experience:
What makes Ashurst a great place to work?
We offer you all the things you should expect from an international law firm: competitive remuneration with the flexibility to reward high performance, flexible working, complimentary gym memberships, corporate health plans and an industry-leading programme that celebrates diversity and inclusion. We are committed to delivering positive impacts to our communities through our Social Impact programme, with a strong emphasis on working with First Nations people through our pro bono practice. We aim to recruit, retain and promote the best people from the widest possible talent pools. We are committed to offering a safe and welcoming environment for all employees to ensure they are supported to work at their best. Beyond this, what sets Ashurst apart from others is our global strength, our drive to innovate and collaborate, and our commitment to excellence. It is these values that make Ashurst a unique place to work.Click here to apply. Please forward any queries to Joanne Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT THE ROLE
See the video of one of our founders describing the role here: https://vimeo.com/336956553/f5d739d814
We are looking for a talented and entrepreneurial salesperson to take the lead as we roll out new products to established and new customers in Australia. You might have come across www.GradAustralia.com.au? This is our lead product that we first shipped back in 2015. But you'll also be selling into the 150+ websites we run to harness the power of our vast distribution network for your valued customers.
This is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to join an amazing team and play a lead role in assisting the early careers industry with world-class products. It’s not a 'sit there and we’ll tell you what to do' kind of role. There is unlimited scope for the right person to drive our sales and business strategy - you will bring new ideas and ambition to become a founding member of our team. You're still in on the ground level- we're only a team of 30! The exposure to learning you'll get is unparalleled.
WHAT SUCCESS LOOKS LIKE
We’ve tested the market in Australia and confirmed the strong demand for our products. From this point, you will take ownership of accounts and partner relations, work with a high degree of autonomy, and be willing to roll up their sleeves to get things done. You will also have confidence in prospecting for new leads and have an instinct for identifying opportunities.
The ideal candidate will be ruthlessly results-driven, adaptable, and thrive on new challenges in a fast-paced environment. We believe in building long term relationships and serving the best interests of the customer with integrity. This means you’ll need to be great with people, and have the empathy and people skills to truly understand the customer and their needs.
Ideally, you’ll be coming into this role with an outstanding track record in sales or account management, but we are also willing to back candidates who we believe have the raw talent required to quickly grow into this role. If you’re a self-starter and itching to ‘punch above your weight class’, we want to hear from you!
If it’s not you, but you know someone who fits the bill, put us in touch and we’ll gladly pay a AU$5,000 finder’s fee for any introduction that leads to a successful hire.
WHY WORK WITH US
You can see employee reviews on what it is like to work at Prosple here: https://gradaustralia.com.au/graduate-employers/prosple/reviews
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