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HR Advisor - work with a leading OEM

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Location: Pemulwuy, New South Wales, Australia
Job ID: BTR7A_1653613453
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2022
Segment: Construction Machinery
Business Unit: Hitachi Construction Machinery
Company Name: Hitachi Construction Machinery (Australia) Pty Ltd
Profession (Job Category): Human Resources
Job Type (Experience Level): Experienced
Job Schedule: Full-Time

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About Us

Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia (HCA) is a leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment. At the heart of HCA's trusted and reliable equipment range lies a team of talented and dedicated people committed to providing industry-leading after sales service and reliable solutions.

Our Culture

A career at Hitachi provides the opportunity for you to make a difference. You will be a part of a global OEM renown for inspiring innovation, technology and a sustainable future.

Our vision, mission and values is to provide quality in everything we do, with the goal of total customer satisfaction. Guided by our leadership principles, we value our people through open communication and feedback so that you can contribute purposefully towards Hitachi's continued success.

We proudly partner with key charities who make significant positive impacts in paediatric health, indigenous education, mental health and cancer research. Additionally, Hitachi commits to protecting our environment through local initiatives which contribute towards global sustainability goals, ensuring that we leave the world a better place.

The Opportunity

Reporting to the National HR Manager, your main focus will be to work collaboratively with your stakeholders in the Southern region delivering both operational and strategic HR solutions. You will provide trusted and expert HR advice to all levels in the company and work as part of a broader HR team which includes recruitment, training and safety. Your superior influencing, technical skills, consultation and advice will contribute to teams and culture initiatives company-wide.

As a key member of the National HR team you will:

  • Recruitment & On-boarding - Support stakeholders and managing the on-boarding and induction of new employees
  • Performance Management- Provide coaching, advice and support to managers on performance planning and professional development processes
  • Learning & Development - Assist managers in determining appropriate training to close performance/behaviour gaps, for current role or career progression and direct to training department where appropriate
  • Remuneration & Benefits - Provide information to employees and assist in payroll support for queries regarding award interpretation, pay clarification and associated penalties and benefits
  • Industrial & Employee Relations - Provide advice to directors, managers and supervisors on all matters related to relevant award, current workplace legislation, dispute resolution and employee relations
  • Participate in national, regional or global HR Projects as appropriate
  • General HR Administration - such as recruitment requisitions, new starter packs and employment contracts, bonus letters, salary/wage increase notifications etc.

About You

To be successful in this role you will have 3+ years' experience as a HR generalist with strong business acumen and a dedicated ability to positively enable our people to be the best that they can be. You will need to have:

  • Tertiary qualifications in human resources, management OR related business discipline;
  • Demonstrated experience as a HR Advisor in a multi-site business, with exposure to most facets of the employment life cycle;
  • Ability to work highly autonomously and whilst contributing to the success of the larger HR team
  • Exceptional communication skills with a natural ability to build trusted working relations that enables influence amongst business leaders
  • Solid knowledge and ability to interpret and provide advice regarding the application of the FWA, Enterprise Agreements, Policies and Procedures
  • Some local travel may be required


Work with a global leader and make a big difference in a company that stands in its own right. We are offering:

  • A rewarding salary package + the opportunity to earn company biannual bonuses
  • Permanent Full Time Position in a leading OEM with long term job security
  • Rewarding employee benefits on a range of goods and services with exclusive staff discounts
  • Supportive management who value your input in finding new and improved ways to achieving success
  • Be a part of a leading OEM that genuinely values its employees and ensures everyone is happy and safe at work!

Here at Hitachi, we believe that success comes from the partnership of our market-leading products and the quality of our people. We are an equal opportunity employer, do not discriminate and wholeheartedly value diversity at our company.

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