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Dell, Southbank, Any
The Director of Sales Vmware Tanzu is an inspirational leader focused on continued growth across all the Tanzu portfolio of products. He/She will lead, steer and scale VMware's Tanzu Sales operations and business across ANZ, ensuring that sales, pre-sales, marketing, consulting and channel operations co-operate in facilitating effective coverage and identifying business opportunities, while effectively teaming and collaborating with the wider VMW businesses in the region, to maximize the coverage and opportunities for Vmware. This role consequently represents a unique opportunity to play a major part in the success of Tanzu as a whole. We are therefore seeking a truly exceptional leader who will thrive in building, leading and managing first-line leaders and their teams across ANZ. Key Job ResponsibilitiesAccountable for delivering revenue and services bookings and marginsDrive market share growth for Tanzu by driving consumption expansion Enterprise and commercial accounts, and coverage expansion in a highly leveraged model for New Logos acquisitionDevelop strategies to promote thought leadership in the marketDevelop and maintain strong relationships with key customers and partnersRapidly understand VMware, its direct markets, channels and resources and assess quickly where additional support and emphasis is required.Define & implement the GTM strategy for each sector of this market-leading business, including Enterprise sales - a strategy to maximize every sales opportunity supported by a structure that allows VMware to form strategic partnerships with customers on an ongoing basis.Recruit and develop a world class sales team capable of selling a complex software stack in a solution selling model.Lead and co-ordinate on a region wide basis the activities of pre-sales (systems engineering), consulting (post-sales/implementation/professional services), channel managers and marketing, working with functional leaders to ensure the right skills and resources are made available in support of ANZ and APJ sales activity.Acts as a business partner with corporate functions including: Finance, Deal Desk, Legal Sales Operations, Global Support Services, Renewals and Human Resources.Ensure operational tools such as forecasting systems (Salesforce) are properly implemented, drive a weekly forecasting process to provide visibility to VMware's leadership of sales pipeline status and potential to achieve target bookings, as well as upside and downside risks to achieving target bookings.Engage with Product Group leaders and other key business stakeholders to align on business goals and provide feedback on what will be required for successful execution against our bookings targets.Lead by example and create and sustain a performance-driven culture, built on professionalism, teamwork, and creativity.Job RequirementsUnderstanding and experience in modern applications, data center infrastructure, virtualization, Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry containers, developer community, open source, cloud applications.Proven track record of owning P/L, building and growing subscription license revenues with specialist sales teams operating in a matrixed management, in global software organizations.Strong Sales Operational experience in managing the region's numbers, forecasts, pipeline and opportunities, in alignment with vmware's regional and Tanzu forecast process.Experience building and leading teams across a complex, multicultural and diverse markets in ANZC-Level Exposure and contact base with customers in ANZ.Experience of driving and shaping large commercial and contractual negotiations with a complex set of customers.Customer and Partner focused with a flexible, adaptable and versatile approach. Able to build relationships at all levels of an organization with specific focus at C level.Builds strong internal relationships with peers and subordinates within Vmware, while effectively balancing regional team goals with corporate goals.#TeamTanzu. #JoinTanzuServicesCategory : Sales Subcategory: Field Sales Experience: Business Leadership Full Time/ Part Time: Full Time Posted Date: 2021-06-01 VMware Company Overview: At VMware, we believe that software has the power to unlock new opportunities for people and our planet. We look beyond the barriers of compromise to engineer new ways to make technologies work together seamlessly. Our cloud, mobility, and security software form a flexible, consistent digital foundation for securely delivering the apps, services and experiences that are transforming business innovation around the globe. At the core of what we do are our people who deeply value execution, passion, integrity, customers, and community. Shape what's possible today at http://careers.vmware.com.Equal Employment Opportunity Statement: VMware is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment of Any Kind: VMware is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at VMware are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV Status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. VMware will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. VMware encourages applicants of all ages. Vmware will provide reasonable accommodation to employees who have protected disabilities consistent with local law.Salary: . Date posted: 06/02/2021 09:13 AM
Human Resources Manager - The Ritz-Carlton Melbourne
Marriott International, Melbourne, Victoria
Posting Date Jun 01, 2021 Job Number 21051354 Job Category Human Resources Location The Ritz-Carlton Melbourne, 250 Spencer Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia VIEW ON MAP Brand The Ritz-Carlton Schedule Full-Time Relocation? N Position Type Management Located Remotely? N At more than 80 award-winning properties worldwide, The Ritz-Carlton Ladies and Gentlemen create experiences so exceptional that long after a guest stays with us, the experience stays with them. As the premier worldwide provider of luxury experiences, we set the standard for rare and special luxury service the world over. We invite you to explore The Ritz-Carlton. Hotel Description The Ritz-Carlton Melbourne will feature 257 luxury hotel suites with breathtaking views. Upon arrival, guests will enter to the hotel lobby via the porte-cochere and take a direct elevator straight to the hotel's Sky Reception on level 80, offering panoramic views across Melbourne's CBD and beyond. Occupying the top 16 floors of an 80-storey tower, the hotel will offer guests access to a range of amenities designed to truly enhance their travel experience, including Day Spa, Destination Restaurants and bars, Concierge services, function rooms, 600-seat grand ballroom and Outdoor garden terrace. The hotel is projected to open in Q1, 2022 JOB SUMMARY As a member of the property Human Resources support staff, he/she works with Human Resources employees to carry out the daily activities of the Human Resource Office including oversight of recruitment, total compensation, and training and development. Additionally, he/she focuses on delivering HR services that meet or exceed the needs of employees and enable business success; as well as ensures compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and operating procedures. CANDIDATE PROFILE Education and Experience • High school diploma or GED; 3 years experience in the human resources, management operations, or related professional area. OR • 2-year degree from an accredited university in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related major; 1 year experience in the human resources, management operations, or related professional area. CORE WORK ACTIVITIES Managing Recruitment and Hiring Process • Assists in the interviewing and hiring of Human Resource employee team members with the appropriate skills, as needed. • Establishes and maintains contact with external recruitment sources. • Attends job fairs and ensures documentation of outreach efforts in accordance with Human Resource Standard Operating Procedures. • Networks with local organizations (e.g., Hotel Association and peers) to source candidates for current or future openings. • Oversees/monitors candidate identification and selection process. • Provides subject matter expertise to property managers regarding selection procedures. • Partners with vendor partners to ensure effective advertisement efforts are being utilized for open positions in appropriate venues to attract a diverse candidate pool. • Performs quality control on candidate identification/selection. Administering and Educating Employee Benefits • Works with the unemployment services provider to respond to unemployment claims; reviews provider reports for accuracy and corrects errors. • Prepares, audits and distributes unemployment claim activity reports to property management. • Attends unemployment hearings and ensures property is properly represented. • Ensures that department has the available resources on hand to administer employee. Managing Employee Development • Supports a departmental orientation program for employees to receive the appropriate new hire training to successfully perform their job. • Ensures employees are cross-trained to support successful daily operations. • Uses all available on the job training tools for employees; supervise on-going training initiatives and conducts training, when appropriate. • Ensures coordination and facilitation of new hire orientation program to generate a positive first impression for employees and emphasize the importance of guest service in company culture. • Ensures attendance by all new hires and participation of the leadership team in training programs • Collaborates with management team to ensure departmental orientation processes are in place and employees receive the appropriate new hire training to successfully perform their job. Maintaining Employee Relations • Assists in maintaining effective employee communication channels in the property (e.g., develops daily communications and assists with regularly scheduled property-wide meetings). • Reviews progressive discipline documentation for accuracy and consistency, and checks for supportive documentation and is accountable for determining appropriate action. • Utilizes an "open door" policy to acknowledge employee problems or concerns in a timely manner • Ensures employee issues are referred to the Department Manager for resolution or escalated to the Director of Human Resources/Multi-Property Director of Human Resources. • Partners with Loss Prevention to conduct employee accident investigations, as necessary. • Communicates performance expectations in accordance with job descriptions for each position. Managing Legal and Compliance Practices • Ensures employee files contain required employment paperwork, proper performance management and compensation documentation, are properly maintained and secured for the required length of time. • Ensures compliance with procedure for accessing, reviewing, and auditing employee files and ensure compliance with the Privacy Act. • Ensures medical records are maintained in a separate, secure and confidential medical file. • Facilitates random, reasonable belief and post accident drug testing process (in properties where applicable). • Communicates property rules and regulations via the employee handbook. • Ensures all safety and security policies (e.g., property removal, lost and found items, blood borne pathogens, accident reporting, and hygiene) are communicated to employees on a regular basis through orientation, property meetings, bulletin boards, etc. • Conducts periodic claims reviews with Regional Claims office to ensure claims are closed in a timely manner and reserve levels are appropriate for open claims. • Represents Human Resources at the property Safety Committee; helps to identify ways to create awareness of the importance of safety in the workplace and decrease accident frequency and severity. • Manages Workers Compensation claims to ensure appropriate employee care and manage costs. • Oversees the selection/non-selection and offers processes to ensure proper procedures are followed (e.g., valid reasons for selection/non-selection and applicants receive status notifications). Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer. We believe in hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive, people-first culture. We are committed to non-discrimination on any protected basis, such as disability and veteran status, or any other basis covered under applicable law.Salary: . Date posted: 06/01/2021 03:16 PM
Human Resources Manager - The Ritz-Carlton Melbourne
The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria
Posting Date Jun 01, 2021 Job Number 21051354 Job Category Human Resources Location The Ritz-Carlton Melbourne, 250 Spencer Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia VIEW ON MAP Brand The Ritz-Carlton Schedule Full-Time Relocation? N Position Type Management Located Remotely? N At more than 80 award-winning properties worldwide, The Ritz-Carlton Ladies and Gentlemen create experiences so exceptional that long after a guest stays with us, the experience stays with them. As the premier worldwide provider of luxury experiences, we set the standard for rare and special luxury service the world over. We invite you to explore The Ritz-Carlton. Hotel Description The Ritz-Carlton Melbourne will feature 257 luxury hotel suites with breathtaking views. Upon arrival, guests will enter to the hotel lobby via the porte-cochere and take a direct elevator straight to the hotel's Sky Reception on level 80, offering panoramic views across Melbourne's CBD and beyond. Occupying the top 16 floors of an 80-storey tower, the hotel will offer guests access to a range of amenities designed to truly enhance their travel experience, including Day Spa, Destination Restaurants and bars, Concierge services, function rooms, 600-seat grand ballroom and Outdoor garden terrace. The hotel is projected to open in Q1, 2022 JOB SUMMARY As a member of the property Human Resources support staff, he/she works with Human Resources employees to carry out the daily activities of the Human Resource Office including oversight of recruitment, total compensation, and training and development. Additionally, he/she focuses on delivering HR services that meet or exceed the needs of employees and enable business success; as well as ensures compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and operating procedures. CANDIDATE PROFILE Education and Experience • High school diploma or GED; 3 years experience in the human resources, management operations, or related professional area. OR • 2-year degree from an accredited university in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related major; 1 year experience in the human resources, management operations, or related professional area. CORE WORK ACTIVITIES Managing Recruitment and Hiring Process • Assists in the interviewing and hiring of Human Resource employee team members with the appropriate skills, as needed. • Establishes and maintains contact with external recruitment sources. • Attends job fairs and ensures documentation of outreach efforts in accordance with Human Resource Standard Operating Procedures. • Networks with local organizations (e.g., Hotel Association and peers) to source candidates for current or future openings. • Oversees/monitors candidate identification and selection process. • Provides subject matter expertise to property managers regarding selection procedures. • Partners with vendor partners to ensure effective advertisement efforts are being utilized for open positions in appropriate venues to attract a diverse candidate pool. • Performs quality control on candidate identification/selection. Administering and Educating Employee Benefits • Works with the unemployment services provider to respond to unemployment claims; reviews provider reports for accuracy and corrects errors. • Prepares, audits and distributes unemployment claim activity reports to property management. • Attends unemployment hearings and ensures property is properly represented. • Ensures that department has the available resources on hand to administer employee. Managing Employee Development • Supports a departmental orientation program for employees to receive the appropriate new hire training to successfully perform their job. • Ensures employees are cross-trained to support successful daily operations. • Uses all available on the job training tools for employees; supervise on-going training initiatives and conducts training, when appropriate. • Ensures coordination and facilitation of new hire orientation program to generate a positive first impression for employees and emphasize the importance of guest service in company culture. • Ensures attendance by all new hires and participation of the leadership team in training programs • Collaborates with management team to ensure departmental orientation processes are in place and employees receive the appropriate new hire training to successfully perform their job. Maintaining Employee Relations • Assists in maintaining effective employee communication channels in the property (e.g., develops daily communications and assists with regularly scheduled property-wide meetings). • Reviews progressive discipline documentation for accuracy and consistency, and checks for supportive documentation and is accountable for determining appropriate action. • Utilizes an "open door" policy to acknowledge employee problems or concerns in a timely manner • Ensures employee issues are referred to the Department Manager for resolution or escalated to the Director of Human Resources/Multi-Property Director of Human Resources. • Partners with Loss Prevention to conduct employee accident investigations, as necessary. • Communicates performance expectations in accordance with job descriptions for each position. Managing Legal and Compliance Practices • Ensures employee files contain required employment paperwork, proper performance management and compensation documentation, are properly maintained and secured for the required length of time. • Ensures compliance with procedure for accessing, reviewing, and auditing employee files and ensure compliance with the Privacy Act. • Ensures medical records are maintained in a separate, secure and confidential medical file. • Facilitates random, reasonable belief and post accident drug testing process (in properties where applicable). • Communicates property rules and regulations via the employee handbook. • Ensures all safety and security policies (e.g., property removal, lost and found items, blood borne pathogens, accident reporting, and hygiene) are communicated to employees on a regular basis through orientation, property meetings, bulletin boards, etc. • Conducts periodic claims reviews with Regional Claims office to ensure claims are closed in a timely manner and reserve levels are appropriate for open claims. • Represents Human Resources at the property Safety Committee; helps to identify ways to create awareness of the importance of safety in the workplace and decrease accident frequency and severity. • Manages Workers Compensation claims to ensure appropriate employee care and manage costs. • Oversees the selection/non-selection and offers processes to ensure proper procedures are followed (e.g., valid reasons for selection/non-selection and applicants receive status notifications). Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer. We believe in hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive, people-first culture. We are committed to non-discrimination on any protected basis, such as disability and veteran status, or any other basis covered under applicable law.Salary: . Date posted: 06/01/2021 11:44 AM
Executive Support Officer, Supreme Court of Victoria (VPSG3)
Court Services Victoria, Melbourne, CBD
Location: Melbourne | CBD Job type: Part time / July 2021 until December 2021 Organisation: Court Services Victoria Salary: $70,791 - $85,956 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Reference: VG/SC1182F Job posted: 02/06/2021 Closes: 17/06/2021 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Classification: VPSG3 Job duration: July 2021 until December 2021 Contact: Louise Kenworthy on (03) 8600 2021; or | louise.kenworthy@supcourt.vic.gov.au Reference: VG/SC1182F Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Salary Range: $70,791 - $85,956 Work location: Melbourne | CBD   • The Supreme Court of Victoria requires an experienced Executive Support Officer to support the Director, Registry Services.   • 6 months fixed term part time job share role, working two days per week (Monday and Friday). Are you a dynamic individual who has exemplary organisational and communication skills and thrives in a busy environment? About usThe Director of Registry Services oversees Registry, Business Intelligence services and Digital Litigation services in the Supreme Court of Victoria (Court). The Director has a strategic focus within the Court and is responsible for the delivery of a range of complex reviews, change outcomes, and other projects. The Director works closely with judicial officers, the Chief Executive Officer and senior officers.About the role The Executive Support Officer to the Director, Registry Services is a critical role in the Director's office, supporting the Director in her management of key projects, staff, and relationships with colleagues and stakeholders.The role is responsible for the provision of high level, confidential, executive, administrative, and project support to the Director, including extensive diary management, email, and document management and stakeholder liaison. The Executive Support Officer is required to confidently and efficiently triage high volume emails and communications in addition to undertaking high level diary management and support.The position is a fixed term part time job share for six month, working two days per week (Monday and Friday).How to applyTo apply, please click the ‘Apply Now' button, ensuring you include the following documents in your application:resume a short covering lettercompleted application form (see file attachment)For further information on the position, please see the attached position description. Other informationCourt Services Victoria (CSV) is the employer of staff at all Victorian courts and tribunals, the Judicial College of Victoria, and the Judicial Commission of Victoria. CSV offers a wide range of legal and non-legal career options as well as attractive employee benefits.CSV is committed to building a diverse workforce and inclusive culture. We strongly encourage people of all abilities to apply, particularly people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, and those who may experience diversity or disability related barriers in securing employment.
Human Resources Manager
Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service, Melbourne
Job descriptionAbout the roleThe Human Resources Manager is responsible for ensuring the effective delivery of human resources and workplace relations advice and services to management and staff across the organisation. The role is responsible for providing expert advice on all HR related matters and queries, delivering a range of designated HR operational activities, and the identification and implementation of process improvements.The Human Resources Manager has a generalist focus, managing all aspects of human resources. This includes policy development, talent attraction, recruitment and selection, learning and development, coaching and mentoring, performance management, workplace relations, complaints and grievance management. The Human Resources Manager has an important role also in the provision of employment related advice about legal and policy matters and processes. You will work collaboratively with the Director of Executive and Corporate Services, CEO, Senior Management Team, and senior workforce development specialists, to ensure that the objectives outlined in our Strategic Plan are delivered.Key Performance Indicators, Duties & ResponsibilityManage end-to-end talent attraction and recruitment process:Support managers with development of Position Descriptions, Advertisements, Shortlisting, Interviews, Offers, Induction, Onboarding and Exit Interviews.Make continuous improvements to the recruitment, induction and onboarding processes, exploring and implementing new practices from within the sector and beyond.Maintain accurate HR policies and procedures in line with contemporary HR standards.Keep abreast of changes in workplace laws and regulations that affect VALS and provide relevant workplace and employment related law and policy advice.Act as the key point of contact for managers, employees and the union on HR matters, including staff grievances, complaints and industrial relations issues. This includes involvement in enterprise bargaining processes.Provide interpretation and advice on a wide range of HR and employee relations issues, policies and procedures.Communicate regularly with employees on changes to policies, procedures and matters affecting teams.Provide effective conflict management and/or resolution consistent with VALS policies and procedures, industrial relations laws, and VALS Values.Manage the annual career development and planning review process:Ensure all staff have Career Development Plans.Support managers to establish and conduct performance reviews and development plans, including ongoing feedback throughout the year.Review the annual career development and review process and make recommendations for improving the process to better support managers and staff.Work with managers to source and ensure appropriate training and development is made available for employees:Ensure CPD hours are reported in line with Legal Services Board requirements.Conduct or arrange staff training sessions on HR policies and procedures and other areas relevant to improving productivity and performance.Manage the OH&S systems including facilitating OH&S committee meetings, OH&S audits, policy and compliance reviews:Ensure adequate training of fire wardens and first aid officers.Responsible for the management and the return to work of injured staff members.Maintain VALS Employee Assistance Program or equivalent and cooperate with external providers as appropriate.Support Finance to ensure payroll and leave records are accurate and compliant:Ensure payroll and remuneration is in accordance with the appropriate Award/EBA.Provide accurate and timely advice to the CEO, Directors and other managers on employee leave, benefits and other entitlements as requested.Contribute to organisation-wide People projects.Ensure employee and volunteer files and records are accurate and up-to-date and stored in accordance with relevant standards and legislation.Produce regular reports on a range of key People metrics (e.g. retention rates, staff absence rates), issues and risks, to inform decision making by the Director, CEO and Board of Directors.Prepare newsletters, communications and articles for publication in relation to people management and workplace relations issues.As directed, undertake other duties which are incidental and peripheral to the main tasks, provided that such duties are reasonably within the employee’s skills, competence and trainingKey Selection CriteriaQualifications in Human Resources, Law or other relevant discipline.Significant (5+ years) experience in a similar HR Consulting or Advisory role or as an Employment Lawyer.Demonstrated Employee and Workplace Relations knowledge and experience.Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills.Excellent organisational and time management skills.Stakeholder management experience in a complex human resource environment.Demonstrated ability to work autonomously.Problem solving skills.