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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 professional development, member services, sales, business development, marketing, communications, government relations, research, administration, event management, web development and corporate services (finance, IT, etc.).  

We live our brand values of being genuine, bold, visionary and proud in all of our interactions and activities. 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. 

Current opportunities


AHRI is often looking for expressions of interest for facilitation in our suite of professional development and short course programs, with particular interest in Sydney and Canberra.

About AHRI Practising Certification Program (APC)

The APC Program has been developed around the globally benchmarked AHRI Model of Excellence. With the program, AHRI leads the way in ensuring HR certification recognises HR capability as a combination of what you know and how you apply this knowledge in practice. The APC program is a four-unit study program equivalent to an AQF level 8 postgraduate program.

About the role:

Facilitators will be responsible for delivering the APC program which entails academic coordination, program delivery and assessment. The APC program runs over 4 full day workshops per unit per 12 week trimester.

About you:

  • Extensive HR industry experience - minimum 10 years
  • Proven experience in facilitation in adult learning
  • Must hold a tertiary qualification
  • Willingness to undertake HR professional certification (CPHR, FCPHR, CAHR, FCAHR)
Highly Desirable
  • Worked as an HR professional in a diverse range of industry sectors
  • TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
  • Certified HR Practitioner - CPHR (Certified Practitioner Human Resources) or
  • FCPHR (Fellow Certified Practitioner Human Resources.
  • Post graduate tertiary qualification in Human Resources Management
  • Previous experience in teaching and assessment in higher education program

About the BSB41015 Certificate IV in HR

The BSB41015Certificate IV in HR is currently delivered across Australia. The academic year is divided into 3 terms. Within each term we deliver six topics that have six associated assessments.:

About the role:

Facilitators will be responsible for delivering the program which entails academic coordination, program delivery and assessment. The BSB41015Certificate IV in HR is delivered over a 6 moth or 12 month period.

  • HR industry experience – min 5 years
  • Proven experience in facilitation and assessment in adult learning setting
  • TAE40110 or TAE40116 or Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
    Highly Desirable
  • Willingness to undertake HR professional certification (CPHR, FCPHR, CAHR, FCAHR)

Short Courses (for Public Courses) & Corporate In-house Training (for groups/organisations)

Public Short courses are currently delivered across Australia and are focused on specific topic areas We provide customised in-house team training for organisations across public, private and not-for-profit sectors for on-site delivery.

  • Proven experience in facilitation
  • Subject matter expertise in the relevant workshop content

PLEASE DOWNLOAD AN expression of interest form AND SUBMIT VIA

More information

APC program: Program Information Guide
Contact Toula Filokostas on 03 9918 9229 or Kim Schofield 0411 090 765