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We are currently recruiting:

OHS Compliance Manager and HR/Payroll Officer

OHS Compliance Manager

Happsa Group is a national property services provider specialising in sustainable cleaning, maintenance and security. Founded in 2015, Happsa Group has grown organically from a single commercial contract in Melbourne to a multi-faceted organisation.

We currently service over 7,000,000 square metres across Australia, including commercial high-rise properties, government facilities, retail shopping centres, manufacturing facilities, educational campuses, business parks, aged care facilities and high-traffic public areas.

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced OHS Compliance Manager to join our team located in Port Melbourne.

In this role you will be responsible for developing, maintaining and promoting the organisational-wide Safety Management System and positive health and safety culture; providing support and advice to improve safe systems of work, reduce and prevent workplace injuries.

We require an energetic and highly organised person in a very diverse role who can handle multiple tasks, take ownership and think outside the box. The key function they will manager include:

  • Risk Management
  • Preventative Work Cover Strategies
  • OH&S Compliance

About the role:

Reporting to the Managing Director Operations, the OHS Compliance Manager will:

  • Manage and monitor contract compliance with operational, legislative, corporate and ISO 9001 requirements across multiple sites including the ongoing review of all processes for continuous improvement initiatives.
  • Manage the compliance activities to ensure both corporate and contractual requirements are met.
  • Assist, Guide and support operational Managers ensuring all procedures are executed in line with both corporate and operational requirements.
  • Manage and drive the audit and risk program to ensure they are completed as per the approved schedule and all non-conformances are addressed in accordance with Company procedure.
  • Responsible for the safety orientation, safety training, job site inspections and reporting.
  • Responsible for the Induction and Training Program and the follow up of all documentation and compliance.
  • Provide subject matter expertise and advice on new and emerging risks.
  • Cleaning and facilities industry experience preferred.

Human Resources/Payroll Officer 

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Human Resources/Payroll Officer to join our team located in Port Melbourne.

We require an energetic and highly organised person in a very diverse role who can handle multiple tasks, take ownership and think outside the box. The key function they will manager include:

  • Human Resources
  • Payroll
  • Administration

The Human Resources/Payroll Officer will:

  • Administer the timely, accurate and relevant processing and recording of payroll and to assist the Finance Team Leader in other areas of accounting.
  • Respond to staff wage and salary queries.
  • Interpreting and applying a variety of awards.
  • Preparation of superannuation statements.
  • Assist managers by providing necessary reports.
  • Other tasks assigned by the Finance Team Leader
  • Recruitment and recruitment compliance
  • On-boarding of new recruits and off-boarding exiting employees
  • Help facilitate the development and shaping of a strong employee-oriented company culture that is performance-focused and follows company values and mission
  • Nurture engagement and a positive working environment across the organisation
  • Ensure HR policies and procedures are up to date and comply with all national legislation and guidelines
  • Assist in workplace investigations and grievance resolution
  • Maintain up to date employee files
  • Provide subject matter expertise and advice on new and emerging risks.
  • Cleaning and facilities industry experience preferred.
  • Performing End to End Payroll.
  • Process leave calculations, long service, maternity and parental leave.
  • Interpret Modern Award 2010
  • Demonstrate high volume payroll processing.
  • Demonstrate strong payroll system knowledge
  • Liaise with various internal or external stakeholders
  • Have a thorough understanding and performance of Super and Tax Calculations
  • Undertaking Terminations and Redundancies
  • Adhere to all payroll related queries
  • Supervise and management of time and attendance system

Decision Making

  • The HR/Payroll Officer reports to the Finance Team Leader and Consults with the Team Leader in undertaking responsibilities and makes recommendations to achieve the goals and plans of the organisation.
  • Identifies areas for improvement in relation to their role, the team and at an organisational level and collates information to develop appropriate responses, including the implementation of solutions through delegation.

Selection Criteria

The essential experience, knowledge, skills, competencies, and qualifications a person requires inorder to successfully fulfil the responsibilities of the position are:

  • At least 2 years’ experience as a Payroll Officer in a similar busy environment.
  • Optional experience using Templa CMS systems.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office with intermediate skills in MS Excel.
  • Strong knowledge of Awards and award interpretation.
  • Understanding of accounting principles and practices
  • Demonstrated ability to be organised, prioritise work, and manage time effectively.
  • Attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Current drivers’ licence and willingness to travel as part of the role

Culture and Benefits

  • Great flexible working arrangements
  • Amazing opportunity for growth and development
  • Friendly and Supportive team culture

Contact us on 1300 427 772 for further information.