Holcim Australia

Human Resources Business Partner - Milton

Holcim Australia

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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Job Posted: 04/09/2018

Job Category:

HR & Recruitment / Management

Job description:
  • Generous salary package including 12.5% super on offer
  • Culture focused on the recognition of effort and reward for achievement
  • Long term career in the world''s largest building materials company

Holcim has been servicing the infrastructure, construction and mining industries for more than 110 years and employs over 3,000 staff across 300 sites.

Part of the world''s largest construction materials company, LafargeHolcim, Holcim is leading supplier of concrete, aggregates and precast products.

Why join Holcim?

As part of a global company, Holcim offers long term career paths along with a variety of training and development opportunities.

Holcim is proud to be an industry leader in safety and environmental sustainability and is committed to being a good member of the communities we live and work in.

Further to this, on offer here is:

  • A generous salary package including 12.5% Super
  • Being part of a collaborative and professional team
  • True work/balance within a progressive organisation
  • Both personal and professional development opportunities

About the role

Reporting to the National Human Resources Manager, this role will be based in Milton and cover concrete, aggregates and precsast operations across Queensland.

Working across multiple locations and teams, this role will have you implementing strategic plans within the business as well providing hands on support to managers on operational matters.

 To achieve this you will: 

  • Facilitate an understanding of HR policies, processes and practices
  • Participate in projects and develop of initiatives in line with the strategic plan
  • Implement initiatives to increase engagement and retention of the workforce
  • Provide coaching to managers and supervisors

About you

To be successful you will be an experienced Senior Business Partner/Advisor holding relevant qualifications with a good working knowledge of relevant legislation, trends and initiatives impacting the business.

Further to this you will also have:

  • Well-developed interpersonal and influencing skills
  • Excellent analysis and problem solving ability
  • A strong interest in systems and process improvement
  • The ability to travel intra/interstate when required

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