At WesTrac, we’re made for more of what matters most. More family time, with paid parental leave, flexible working arrangements and purchased leave programs to give you the work life balance you’ve always wanted. More development opportunities, with in house RTO’s, access to your own guided learning platform and a range of pathways to help you steer your career in the direction of your dreams. More diversity, with over 4,000 team members with a tonne of differences, united by our passion for building a better tomorrow. As an industry leader and employer of choice, we’re Made for More.
WesTrac are looking for a self-motivated and passionate Employee Relations Business Partner to join our team in this newly created role.
Reporting to the Employee Relations Manager, this individual will undertake a diverse range of employee relations activities including managing a caseload, undertaking strategic project work and supporting the development of our Team Members in ER matters.
The successful individual will have strong industrial and employee relations skills and thrive in a complex and demanding environment. They will have exceptional written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to work with internal and external stakeholders in a professional, proactive and effective manner.
With strong knowledge and practical experience of employment law and the FWA, this individual will be a trusted advisor and professional. They will have the ability to assess complex situations and work collaboratively with others to resolve issues efficiently, effectively and in line with WesTrac Values.
To be successful the following is required:
Benefits of working with WesTrac:
This is a full-time permanent opportunity based at our Head Office based in South Guildford.
If you are interested in joining a progressive company with significant growth in the pipeline, click the ‘Apply’ button today!
WesTrac Pty Ltd is committed to achieving a diverse and engaged workforce. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from female, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island candidates.
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