Melbourne

People & Culture Administrator (Global)

  • Do you want to be part of a global and supportive HR team?
  • Do you have exceptional organisational skills?
  • Are you looking for the opportunity to enhance your analytical skills?

We have a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic administrator to join our small and supportive HR (People and Culture) team on a permanent basis in our Melbourne studio. This role is varied, exciting and focused on quality service and support.

About Woods Bagot

Woods Bagot is a People Architecture company placing human experience at the centre of our design process to create and deliver engaging, future-oriented projects that respond to the way people actually use space.

With a team of over 850 experts working across 17 studios in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North America, our Global Studio model allows us to work collaboratively across time zones and borders, using the latest technology to share design intelligence and strengthen our knowledge base around the world.

Our Values

Uncompromising Design. Rigorous Curiosity. Effective Communication. Collective Intelligence. Dynamic Careers. Woods Bagot is a values-driven organisation and our values underpin everything we do. Values guide the way we work, the way we make decisions and how we interact with each other, our clients and our stakeholders.

Woods Bagot offers flexibility and is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace.

Your own personal and professional development will also be supported through a range of employee benefits and programs. This is a fantastic opportunity if you are looking to enhance your analytical skills and utilise your exceptional organisational skills.

The Role

We have a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic administrator to join our small and supportive HR (People and Culture) team on a permanent basis in our Melbourne studio. Based in our Melbourne studio and reporting to the Global Leader, P&C Operations, this role is varied, exciting and focused on quality service and support.

The purpose of this role is to provide the operational and administrative support needed to implement and deliver key strategic and operational people related processes (e.g. annual people and employee life-cycle matters).

A large component of the role will involve you in the Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) administration for the Australian region and HR System Administration support globally. Working closely with the Global Leader, P&C Operations, you will be responsible for developing, coordinating and implementing the tools, resources and processes required to effectively and efficiently support the delivery of operational people related matters and employee life cycle events.

Your Responsibilities

  • Preparing, developing and coordinating the production of Excel spreadsheet information, analytics and reporting to support the delivery of these people related processes across our global studio (including data entry, collection, follow up and analysis, reporting and digital filing on our various systems)
  • Preparing presentations, documents and monthly reporting on P&C metrics
  • Updating and maintaining online employee records on our HRIS system (SuccessFactors)
  • Providing HRIS systems and administrative support
  • Preparing employee letters, employment contracts, contract variations and associated tasks
  • Writing and maintaining engaging P&C related content on the Intranet
  • Coordinating P&C Policy reviews
  • Scheduling meetings across multiple time zones

As a valued member of the P&C team, you will also:

  • Undertake additional responsibilities and tasks as required
  • Undertake reasonable care for your own health and safety and that of others in the workplace that may be affected by your actions
  • Continue to develop your performance
  • Take responsibility for your outcomes, and role model Woods Bagot’s Values and the behaviours that drive them

Selection Criteria

The selection criteria include the qualifications, experience and capabilities required for the role. Your application will be reviewed based on ability to demonstrate, or potential to develop, the capabilities required. You must also have the legal right to work in Australia (an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident).

Qualifications and Experience

Your passion and willingness to deliver HR operations, processes and HRIS systems administration outcomes will be reflected in your qualifications and / or experience. While not essential, you may be undertaking or have completed a Human Resources Management or business discipline tertiary qualification, certification or diploma.

The key experience required to succeed in this role:

  • Relevant administrative experience ideally gained in e.g. an engineering or professional services environment, global Architectural firm or commercial Real Estate
  • Intermediate to advanced hands-on knowledge of how to use Excel (including VLOOKUP, pivot tables and graphs), other Microsoft Office applications particularly Word (mail merge) and PowerPoint, and SharePoint.
  • The demonstrated ability to think critically when extracting and interpreting information; analyse data to identify trends and risks, and to think laterally about issues
  • Exposure to using Human Resource Information Systems (ideally, SAP SuccessFactors). Technological adaptability is beneficial.
  • A mindset which enables you to multitask, and to manage time and processes effectively
  • Exceptional organisation skills coupled with a passion for providing continuous improvement support to HR operational processes and projects
  • An ability to work under pressure, meet tight timeframes and manage competing demands
  • Understand the importance of maintaining confidentiality
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills, particularly in a diverse environment
  • Demonstrated professional writing and verbal communication skills with proven accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to work as part of a global team and as well as independently in a fast-paced environment
  • Flexibility to attend meetings across multiple time zones

How to apply

Please send your CV and covering letter through our LinkedIn job post for the Human Resources (People and Culture) Administrator. Applications will be treated in the strictest confidence and close on 6 October 2021. We do not accept unsolicited resumes or names from agencies.

Mandatory requirement:

It is an essential requirement that at the time of applying for this position applicants must have the legal right to work in Australia (an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident).

Inspiration. Innovation. Inclusiveness. We are Woods Bagot.

Woods Bagot is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, creed, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, marital status, disability, gender identity, gender expression, and Veteran status.

At Woods Bagot, we are committed to creating an environment where difference is celebrated, valued and respected, practices are equitable, and our people feel like they belong. We accept that none of us is smarter than all of us. We believe building a diverse workforce is the foundation to creativity and innovative design – it is only by working together that we can realise the potential of our people, clients and communities around us. Through our inclusive leadership and our truly global studio network of strategists, experience designers and scientists, you will find your voice and have the support and flexibility required to bring your whole self to work and build an exceptional career.