Labour Relations Advisor
Aboriginal Employment Program
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DMIRS is seeking to increase the diversity of our workforce to better meet the differing needs of our customers and to improve equal opportunity outcomes for our employees. These positions is part of the Aboriginal Employment Program (AEP), which is a diversity initiative to achieve equality and increase workforce representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Therefore, pursuant to Section 51 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (WA) only Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants will be considered for this role. Confirmation of Aboriginality will be required.
What is the Aboriginal Employment Program (AEP) about?
The AEP is a 12 month program which provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people employment and career development opportunities. The program commences in February 2020.
Benefits of the program include:
- Permanent position upon successful completion of the 12 month program;
- Structured training program and on the job learning;
- Support and guidance from an Aboriginal Strategy Coordinator, sponsor, mentor and Aboriginal staff network;
- Office location close to public transport; and
- Great work/life balance through flexible working arrangements.
Still have questions?
Come to our open day on Friday, 8 November 2019 from 10am to 1pm at Mineral House, 100 Plain Street, East Perth WA 6004. Further information is in the attached flyer.
Public Sector Labour Relations (PSLR) is the WA Government’s central public sector industrial relations function. It is responsible for the coordination and governance of all public sector industrial relations matters on behalf of the State.
Our purpose and key priorities are outlined in the attached PSLR Direction Statement 2020/21.
Under direction, this position will undertake a range of tasks related to the development, implementation and ongoing monitoring of labour relations strategies, policies and workplace practices - placing particular emphasis on framework and reform, bargaining, and employer support.
PSLR is strongly committed to shared team behaviours of collaboration, adaptability, transparency and evidence-based practice and seeks candidates who display those behaviours. We are looking for a candidate who is able to carry out research and ably understand and communicate information. Experience or background in employment relations would be an advantage, as would a tertiary qualification or progress toward a tertiary qualification in any field.
Is this the opportunity you have been waiting for? Here’s how to apply….
To be shortlisted for interview you will need to submit a Resume and a 2 page cover letter demonstrating how your skills and experience meet the following role requirements:
- Ability to find information and undertake research, analyse and make evidence-based recommendations;
- Ability to clearly explain information using language appropriate to the audience; and
- Tertiary qualification in any relevant field, or progress towards one, would be an advantage.
TIP – Use the job applicant pack when addressing the role requirements.
Once you have the above prepared...
Press the ‘Apply for job’ button below, complete the online form and attach your documents including Confirmation of Aboriginality for submission.
Please note that completion of a National Police Clearance will form part of the selection process.
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For tips on how to put together your application, or details about the process, you can find Information for Applicants on our website.
For information regarding the program, employment conditions or documents in an alternate format please contact Jillian Collard, Aboriginal Strategy Coordinator on 08 9222 3244 or email@example.com
For further information please find attached a copy of the applicant pack and the job description form or contact Jane Hammond, A/Director Public Sector Labour Relationson (08) 6552 9201.
DMIRS is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We actively promote the employment of Aboriginal Australians, people with disability, youth and other diversity groups. People with disability will be provided with reasonable adjustments in our recruitment processes and in the workplace.
Suitable applicants may be considered for other similar vacancies within the next 12 months.
Applications Close 4pm, Monday 18 November 2019 (WST)
Your application submission must be complete by the closing time, applications that are in progress or submitted after this time will not be accepted.
- Applicant Pack
- Confirmation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
- Job Description Form
- PSLR Direction Statement 2020/21
- Section 51 - Fact Sheet
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