Bris based | $65000 - $80000 per annum
Full time

We are seeking an entry-level professional with an interest in industrial relations to join a local business in New Farm in the role of Industrial Relations Consultant. Primary this position will suit a newly graduated individual or someone who has finished studies within the last 3 years.    

Our client provides human resources and industrial relations matters, covering issues arising from the commencement of employment through to formal processes in the workplace (performance reviews, terminations, redundancies, investigations), then onto Fair Work Commission and Queensland Industrial Relations Commission proceedings.  They utilise their strong focus on Australian HR practices and have built a solid reputation for resolving workplace disputes whilst ensuring client satisfaction by providing up-to-date advice. 

About the Role

  • Provide specialised advice and information (verbally and in writing) on the employment services in the field of industrial relations and human resources including workplace policies and misconduct.

  • Assist industrial advocates with progressing complex industrial relations matters.

  • Manage the progress of simple or uncontested industrial relations and human resources matters including review and revision of documents.

  • Interpret and provide advice on modern awards and enterprise bargaining agreements.

  • Research legislation and case law relating to client disputes.

  • Maintain professional awareness and understanding of industry trends, case law, legislative changes.

  • Create new files and records; maintaining records management systems.

This is a genuine career kick-starter for an Industrial Relations Consultant who is looking to join a growing industrial relations and human resources legal specialist practice and enjoy being mentored and coached. 
Please apply by clicking the link and attaching your resume and a cover letter detailing your interest (in word format is preferred).

*Note for law students, this role cannot be counted towards practical legal training hours and will not assist in a pathway to becoming a solicitor, if that is your trajectory.