AHRI is an equal opportunity employer
At AHRI, we embrace diversity and are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community.
The AHRI Team
More than 50 people work at AHRI in areas including education, member services, sales, marketing, communications, government relations, research, event management, and corporate services.
The AHRI team has developed and embraces these values and behaviours: trust, diversity, learning, evolving and collaboration. Our values and behaviours are the essence of our culture, defining how we go about working with each other and how we interact with our members. They enable a positive culture and create a unified approach in achieving our vision. Learn more
Why join us?
Great culture: We have a friendly, collaborative and personable workplace culture and take pride in delivering excellent customer service to our members and customers.
Modern facilities: Our Melbourne office on Bourke Street is modern, light filled and open plan, with pleasant breakout areas, great kitchen facilities and weekly fresh fruit delivery.
Flexible working: Depending on the needs of your role, you have access to flexible work arrangements including flexible start times, part-time work arrangements and working remotely.
Professional development: You'll have the chance to attend our own events as well as other professional development training on topics including HR and management.
Social activities: The social committee runs staff activities throughout the year including Lunar New Year, Harmony Day, Office Olympics and end-of-year celebrations, as well as a monthly birthday cake morning tea to celebrate birthdays.
PROJECT MANAGER - AHRI Assist (A:A:) Content Review
About the role:
AHRI Assist (A:A) is a valuable member benefit that provides a source of content on a vast range of HR topics relevant to HR professionals and people managers.
Our content is about to undergo a major review prior to transitioning to a new website and we are looking for a Project Manager who has experience in the development and management of HR information websites and the quality control of document review and development.
This project management role has an immediate start and will continue until early February (with a 2 week break over Xmas and New year).
More about you:
You have extensive:
- Project management skills
- Depth of up to date HR knowledge – practical and academic
- Understanding of the products and services on offer from AHRI (desired)
- Excellent writing and documentation (including quality control)
- Working to tight deadlines
You will be responsible for:
- Establishing and leading a team (4 content developers) to manage the A:A content review, refresh and develop
- Project setup – create a process for document management – including process for tagging documents with consistency across the project team
- Establish criteria / functional requirements for sub-topics and sub-content
- Coordinate and contribute to the review of all current documents within A:A
- Undertake a gap analysis (to determine content development required)
- Manage and prioritise new content development
- Oversee the uploading of content to new website
- Participate in the UAT process
Research Coordinator PT 0.4
$60,000 to $62,000 FTE pro rata
About the role:
We are currently looking for a Research Coordinator to join our internal HR Standards and Learning team in a part-time capacity.
Reporting to the Manager, HR Knowledge & Standards, the successful applicant will facilitate the development and distribution of research to AHRI members on topical HR issues to provide insights and points of view to both members and media on contemporary HR thinking. The HR Standards & Learning team is a think tank for research and development, CPD opportunities and maintenance of HR standards and learning of AHRI products and services.
- Demonstrated HR knowledge, ideally completed or currently studying a Masters in Human Resource Management
- Demonstrated research and analysis skills
- Ability to manage internal and external stakeholder relationships
- Strong communication skills (written and verbal),
- Demonstrated ability to work autonomously,
- Strong time management skills,
- Proficient at using Microsoft Office suite
- Experienced in developing and analysing HR metrics
How to Apply:
As part of the online application form you are required to:
- attach your resume
- attach a separate cover letter in which you outline what you can bring to this role
Please address your covering letter to Dana Grgas – Manager, HR Knowledge and Standards
To apply for this role or for more detailed information (position description) about this exciting opportunity please email HR@ahri.com.au
Account Coordinator - Student Support
Your new role:
In this role, you will be working in the Membership Student Support team 3 days a week (Mon, Tues, Weds) to successfully deliver AHRI's programs and services to support our students in a range of areas including formal education, certification, training and membership. You will maintain and nurture customer and stakeholder relationships and deliver a consistently high level of customer service to our student members!
As the successful candidate you will:
- Possess well-developed communication and relationship management skills with internal and external stakeholders
- Have demonstrated ability to manage and coordinate the administration requirements related to student membership and education
- Experience in utilising, maintaining and updating customer information management systems with accuracy and high attention to detail
- Effective time management and prioritisation skills
- Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite of products
- Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and in a team environment
- Working for an association &/or in the not-for-profit sector
- Have experience working in the delivery of student services in an education setting
- Takes responsibility for own learning and continuously seeks to improve AHRI’s collective capability
- Innovative, agile and always evolving
AHRI is an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community.
For more detailed information about this role please email HR@ahri.com.au for a copy of the position description.