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Organisation : Community Restorative Centre

Location : Melbourne (Canterbury)

Work type : Full-time

Profession : Community Services, HR & Employment Services

Sector : Law, Justice & Human Rights

Salary type : Annual Package

Salary : 125000-140000 per Year

About the organisation

Organisation Name : Community Restorative Centre

About the role

“Give people a reason to come to work, not just a place to go to work”
Simon Sinek

Human Resource Manager

  • Location: Based in Canterbury with some flexibility to work from home
  • Full-time (38 hours per week)
  • 2-year contract, with possibility of a permanent contract thereafter
  • Classified under the SCHADS Award Level 8 Paypoint 3
  • $125,061 gross per annum + super + generous salary packaging

  Are you an experienced and passionate Human Resource Manager with knowledge or experience in a medium-sized community/ For Purpose organisation? Are you confident in all aspects of the Human Resources lifecycle, want a hands-on role and have a love of people and a diverse workplace culture? Do you have tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management and/or equivalent workplace experience? CRC is excited to be appointing an experienced and self-motivated Human Resource Manager to join our team. And we’d love to hear from you.

  • Contribute to long-lasting change for our clients and the community
  • Join a diverse and passionate team in a flexible and supportive organisation
  • Access 3 additional days of Wellbeing Leave

  The Opportunity Reporting to the CEO, you will be responsible for all aspects of CRC’s Human Resource life cycle including end-to-end recruitment processes and providing HR advice and support to our management team. With the support of a HR Admin Assistant, you will have a hands-on role leading and implementing HR projects and initiatives. We are looking for a person who has demonstrated workplace experience in all aspects of HR ideally within a community or For Purpose organisation. You will be committed to always working in a culturally safe and trauma informed manner and within CRC values. Your role includes:

  • Recruitment: You will lead and take an active role in end-to-end recruitment processes including developing position descriptions, advertising roles, screening candidates, interviewing, reference and probity checking and onboarding new employees.
  • HR advice and support: You will provide timely expert HR advice and support to CRC’s senior leaders and people leaders, particularly in relation to complex and sensitive processes such as performance management, injury management, workplace investigations and providing guidance on all employee-related matters.
  • Policy: You will develop and implement organisational policy and procedure in relation to HR and Work Health and Safety, ensuring they are legislatively compliant and reflective of best practice.
  • Compliance: You will ensure the organisation’s compliance with all government legislation and regulations including Fair Work, Work Health & Safety, Anti-Discrimination and Employment Contracts.
  • Wellbeing: You will lead and deliver innovative and trauma-informed wellbeing programs for staff and provide best practice advice to the management team in relation to psychosocial hazards.
  • Training and Development: You will support the training and development needs of the organisation, including administering and developing content for CRC’s Learning Management System.

  Your usual work hours will be between Monday to Friday, with occasional out-of-hours work, as required. About us The Community Restorative Centre (CRC) provides a range of services to people involved in the criminal justice system and their families. CRC is the lead provider of specialist throughcare, post-release, and reintegration programs for people transitioning from prison into the community in NSW. Why work for us?

  • Support programs that aim to break entrenched cycles of disadvantage, homelessness and imprisonment
  • Be part of a community-based agency that has been delivering effective services in our field for over 70 years
  • Join a dedicated, energetic team with a culture of flexibility, trust, integrity and respect

To join us, you’ll need:

  • Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management and/or equivalent workplace experience
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in a similar role and experience working for a community/For Purpose organisation
  • Extensive knowledge of relevant legislation and regulations, particularly Fair Work and Work Health & Safety
  • To be approachable, compassionate, self-motivated, and attentive to opportunities for improvement
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, problem solving, influencing, advisory and negotiation skills
  • Significant relevant experience in developing and implementing new organisational systems
  • Strong interest in supporting people, cultural diversity and wellbeing, and be able to deal with conflicting priorities
  • Ability to effectively disseminate information in clear and concise manner
  • Strong accountability mindset, independent and a high level of organisational skills
  • Proficient knowledge of administrative procedures, spreadsheets, and cloud-based recruitment and HR information systems
  • Demonstrated commitment to CRC values
  • Desirable: Experience and familiarity with the SCHADS Award

  How to apply: Do you have the skills, positivity and work ethic to match our amazing team? Please submit your response to the selection criteria and upload a copy of your resume. Applications will remain open until the position is filled. PLEASE APPLY NOW! For more information and a copy of the Position Description, please email

How to apply


Please quote in application: Human Resource Manager via Pro Bono Australia.

Profession: #Community_Services, #HR_and_Employment_Services
Sector: #Law_Justice_and_Human_Rights

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