The Insurance Commission of Western Australia is a State owned Government Trading Enterprise that provides Motor Injury Insurance to Western Australian motorists and manages the self-insurance arrangements of the Western Australian Government known as the RiskCover Fund.
Generating $1 billion in annual revenue and earnings and with total assets of approximately $5.6 billion, the Insurance Commission is a substantial self–funded statutory authority.
The Insurance Commission’s commitment to a high performance corporate culture and continuous improvement is creating new opportunities for talented people to improve service delivery and we aim to have a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers.
This six month contract (with the possibility of extension) provides an excellent opportunity for a suitably experienced human resources professional to join a high performing,
well-established, collaborative team.
The main focus of this role is to coordinate the organisation’s end-to-end recruitment activities; including on-boarding and induction of new employees. In addition, this position provides advice to managers and employees on employment conditions and contributes to the delivery of a comprehensive human resource service. The role also provides administrative support to the Occupational Safety and Health Committee.
You will align with our values and have the capability to:
- Apply knowledge and understanding of HR processes, policies and procedures.
- Organise work to reflect priorities and achieve outcomes within timelines.
- Work collaboratively in a team.
- Show initiative and a commitment to providing a quality service delivery.
- Manage all aspects of recruitment, selection and appointment processes within the Public Sector framework.
- Think flexibly with a desire for service delivery innovation.
Training, coaching and mentoring will be provided.
The Insurance Commission aims to have a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and encourages applications from women, young people, Indigenous Australians, people from culturally and linguistic diverse backgrounds and people with disability.
To be considered, applicants are encouraged to provide a two page response and a resume outlining their knowledge, skills and capabilities for the role. This information should be based on the work related requirements in the attached job description form.
In addition to the immediately available position, appointments may be made from this process within a twelve month period to similar positions that may be permanent or contract, including contract appointments with the possibility of extension or subsequent permanency.
Please note that we may elect to engage an external recruitment firm to source additional candidates at any stage of this recruitment and selection process.
Any offer of employment is conditional upon the applicant providing a satisfactory National Police Clearance which is no more than six months old.
What You’ll Enjoy
Benefits of working with us include flexible working arrangements to help meet personal commitments, career development opportunities and a Perth CBD location close to transport hubs. For more information, refer to our Careers page.
Please contact Senior Workforce Service Officers -
Leah Campbell on (08) 9264 3712 or Renée Pearson on (08) 9264 3215.
- applicant information pack.pdf
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