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Average salary in the last 12 months: "HR Officer in "

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Distribution of vacancy "HR Officer" by regions

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As you can see on the diagramm in the most numerous number of vacancies of HR Officer Job are opened in . In the second place is Weston Creek, In the third is City.

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Among similar professions in the highest-paid are considered to be HR Lead. According to our website the average salary is 8334 aud. In the second place is HR Assistant with a salary 6277 aud, and the third - HR Support with a salary 5834 aud.

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APS3 Administration Officer
HAYS, Canberra Region, n Capital Territory, Canberra
Seeking experienced APS3 Administration Officers Your new company This Government agency works closely with a range of external parties including state, territory, Commonwealth Government to protect National Security, enforce Australian law and enhance safety to provide a secure regional and global environment. The Department is known for its high profile and professionalism manner and are seeking corporate and professional candidates. Your new role Within the administration function, an APS3 Administration Officer is accountable under routine direction, to perform and achieve straightforward procedural, administrative and business support work. They are required to have a basic understanding of, and compliance with, relevant legislative frameworks, government decision making and the departments mission and policy requirements. An APS3 Administration Officer will work established priorities and procedures, while exercising a degree of autonomy about how their work is performed. They may prioritise and manage their workflow and produce work that is subject to routine monitoring by more senior employees. They may undertake specialist, procedural, clerical, administrative support or operational tasks including some basic research and analysis activities to support their work unit. The work may have an element of complexity. An APS3 Administration Officer may be required to provide some limited supervision and support to employees at lower classifications, as well as providing on-the-job training to team members. The APS3 Administration Officer may be required to liaise and apply standard procedures to meet stakeholder requirements and achieve work unit and outcomes. An APS3 Administration Officer will work to establish priorities and procedures, while exercising some autonomy about how their work is performed. They may prioritise and manage their workflow and produce work that is subject to routine monitoring, and undertake specialist, procedural, clerical, or administrative support including research and analysis activities to support their work unit. What you'll need to succeed The skills of the APS3 Administration Officer occupation should include the following: • Demonstrated ability to provide administrative support with a strong customer focus. • Demonstrated drive and commitment while working in a team environment. • Effective self-management skills included ability to organise and prioritise own work and achieve results. • Ability to communicate effectively, both written and oral. This APS3 Administration Officer will perform under limited direction: • Provision of administration duties and attend to general enquiries by telephone, electronic media or in person. • Provision of administrative support staff, including but not limited to, raising and registering transition cases and other records. • Working across multiple systems to cross check transition records. To be successful in this position you must an Australian Citizen and must hold or have the ability to obtain a security clearance at the Baseline level or higher. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Momota To’uli on (02) 6257 3331 now. LHS 297508 2559061
APS3 Administration Officer
HAYS, South Canberra, Canberra Region, Canberra, n Capit ...
Seeking experienced APS3 Administration Officers Your new company This Government agency works closely with a range of external parties including state, territory, Commonwealth Government to protect National Security, enforce Australian law and enhance safety to provide a secure regional and global environment. The Department is known for its high profile and professionalism manner and are seeking corporate and professional candidates. Your new role Within the administration function, an APS3 Administration Officer is accountable under routine direction, to perform and achieve straightforward procedural, administrative and business support work. They are required to have a basic understanding of, and compliance with, relevant legislative frameworks, government decision making and the departments mission and policy requirements. An APS3 Administration Officer will work established priorities and procedures, while exercising a degree of autonomy about how their work is performed. They may prioritise and manage their workflow and produce work that is subject to routine monitoring by more senior employees. They may undertake specialist, procedural, clerical, administrative support or operational tasks including some basic research and analysis activities to support their work unit. The work may have an element of complexity. An APS3 Administration Officer may be required to provide some limited supervision and support to employees at lower classifications, as well as providing on-the-job training to team members. The APS3 Administration Officer may be required to liaise and apply standard procedures to meet stakeholder requirements and achieve work unit and outcomes. An APS3 Administration Officer will work to establish priorities and procedures, while exercising some autonomy about how their work is performed. They may prioritise and manage their workflow and produce work that is subject to routine monitoring, and undertake specialist, procedural, clerical, or administrative support including research and analysis activities to support their work unit. What you'll need to succeed The skills of the APS3 Administration Officer occupation should include the following: • Demonstrated ability to provide administrative support with a strong customer focus. • Demonstrated drive and commitment while working in a team environment. • Effective self-management skills included ability to organise and prioritise own work and achieve results. • Ability to communicate effectively, both written and oral. This APS3 Administration Officer will perform under limited direction: • Provision of administration duties and attend to general enquiries by telephone, electronic media or in person. • Provision of administrative support staff, including but not limited to, raising and registering transition cases and other records. • Working across multiple systems to cross check transition records. To be successful in this position you must an Australian Citizen and must hold or have the ability to obtain a security clearance at the Baseline level or higher. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Momota To’uli on (02) 6257 3331 now. LHS 297508 2559061
APS3 Administration Officer
HAYS, Gungahlin Area, Canberra Region, Canberra, n Capit ...
Seeking experienced APS3 Administration Officers Your new company This Government agency works closely with a range of external parties including state, territory, Commonwealth Government to protect National Security, enforce Australian law and enhance safety to provide a secure regional and global environment. The Department is known for its high profile and professionalism manner and are seeking corporate and professional candidates. Your new role Within the administration function, an APS3 Administration Officer is accountable under routine direction, to perform and achieve straightforward procedural, administrative and business support work. They are required to have a basic understanding of, and compliance with, relevant legislative frameworks, government decision making and the departments mission and policy requirements. An APS3 Administration Officer will work established priorities and procedures, while exercising a degree of autonomy about how their work is performed. They may prioritise and manage their workflow and produce work that is subject to routine monitoring by more senior employees. They may undertake specialist, procedural, clerical, administrative support or operational tasks including some basic research and analysis activities to support their work unit. The work may have an element of complexity. An APS3 Administration Officer may be required to provide some limited supervision and support to employees at lower classifications, as well as providing on-the-job training to team members. The APS3 Administration Officer may be required to liaise and apply standard procedures to meet stakeholder requirements and achieve work unit and outcomes. An APS3 Administration Officer will work to establish priorities and procedures, while exercising some autonomy about how their work is performed. They may prioritise and manage their workflow and produce work that is subject to routine monitoring, and undertake specialist, procedural, clerical, or administrative support including research and analysis activities to support their work unit. What you'll need to succeed The skills of the APS3 Administration Officer occupation should include the following: • Demonstrated ability to provide administrative support with a strong customer focus. • Demonstrated drive and commitment while working in a team environment. • Effective self-management skills included ability to organise and prioritise own work and achieve results. • Ability to communicate effectively, both written and oral. This APS3 Administration Officer will perform under limited direction: • Provision of administration duties and attend to general enquiries by telephone, electronic media or in person. • Provision of administrative support staff, including but not limited to, raising and registering transition cases and other records. • Working across multiple systems to cross check transition records. To be successful in this position you must an Australian Citizen and must hold or have the ability to obtain a security clearance at the Baseline level or higher. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Momota To’uli on (02) 6257 3331 now. LHS 297508 2559061