The Human Resources (HR) Section has responsibility for Human Resource Management (HRM), workplace relations, work health and safety programs. The Section prepares and implements policies, practices and procedures appropriate to the Museum’s operational requirements, these contribute to the ongoing development and continuous improvement of management practices.
HR provides strategic and operational advice and support to Museum staff and management across a range of HRM, workplace relations and WHS matters. These include: staffing practices and recruitment; pay and conditions; performance management; employee consultation; dispute resolution; enterprise agreements; managing under-performance; APS Values and Code of Conduct matters; corporate training; personal and leadership development; compensation and rehabilitation; workplace diversity; privacy; induction; separation and preventative WHS strategies.
Responsibilities of the position
As the Senior Personnel Officer you will undertake all aspects of payroll processing. You will undertake Payroll matters which include:
- processing salaries, superannuation, allowances, workers compensation payments and leave using the Museum’s HR information system – Aurion;
- responding to simple and complex client queries relating to employment conditions and entitlements;
- implementing and continually improving the Museum’s personnel processes;
- interpreting APS legislation, the Museum’s workplace agreements and other relevant materials on employment conditions and entitlements and advising Museum management and staff accordingly;
- creating and managing productive working relationships with other areas of the Museum and external service providers to achieve overall goals and make appropriate personnel decisions; and
- supporting the HR Systems Administrator as required.
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