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Human Resources Coordinator, Melbourne, Hilton

Published 2022-06-24
Expires 2022-07-24
ID #1058360320
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Human Resources Coordinator, Melbourne, Hilton
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne,
Published June 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Human resources coordinator


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This Position is for Australian residents only or applicants who have the legal right to work in Australia, visa sponsorship opportunities are not available.The new Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street is an absolute showstopper. The Human Resources Coordinator will play a crucial role in the hotel and will work closely with the HR Director. This role will give you the opportunity to develop your skills in recruitment, training, industrial relations and WHS.What will I be doing? Coordinate projects and activities in line with our HR Strategy Be the first point of contact for all team member enquires Assist with the recruitment process of new team members Assist in the induction of new team members Input data into the hotel payroll system and communicate with payroll to ensure accuracy Maintain an exceptional working relationship with all areas of the hotel Take ownership of driving our Blue Energy Culture and Thrive Culture by bringing them to life during team events  What are we looking for? Able to work 3 days per week with the drive and motivation to go full time next year An exceptional positive attitude with the mentality that anything is possible Ability to be creative Excellent communication skills both verbally and written The drive to deliver high levels of customer service to our guests as well as our team Comfortable with public speaking Appetite to learn and grow within the company Highly proficient in Word, PowerPoint and Excel Experience in hotel operations would be highly regarded   What will it be like to work for Hilton? At Hilton we know that our Team Members are the reason behind our success so in turn we are committed to ensuring that Hilton is a workplace where you can Thrive and make time for what matters most. Over the past three years, we have held our top spot as the #1 hospitality company in Australia as listed by the Great Places to Work  and ranked #3 across all industries. You can also look forward to receiving: Access to Go Hilton, our Team Member Travel Program Flexible schedule to workaround other commitments Extensive leadership and career development opportunities

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