• Full Time

Website Far North Community Services

About this Job

HR Officer

Far North Community Services



Broome, Broome & Kimberley WA

Consulting & Generalist HR (Human Resources & Recruitment)

Full time



Location: Broome, Western Australia

At Far North Community Services Ltd. (Far North) we believe that our communities are enriched through the inclusion of all people. Far North is a registered NDIS provider based throughout the Kimberley. We are continuing to experience growth as a result of people choosing us as their preferred provider.  We are building our team of compassionate, culturally aware and committed people who love the work they do.

Far North Community Services is currently seeking a motivated individual to undertake the role of HR Officer in the vibrant town of Broome. This position is responsible for providing effective and efficient Human Resource practices to our Broome head office.

The successful applicant will be a goal orientated person with excellent time management and communication skills.

Far North can offer you

  • The ability to salary package – meaning you can pay less tax and increase your take home pay
  • Assistance to secure accommodation
  • Company phone for work purposes
  • Extensive learning and professional development opportunities
  • Payments above Award rates
  • Annual Salary depending on experience ($75.000 – $85.000)


Key duties (include but are not limited to):

  • Provide timely day-to-day HR advice and support to the Disability Services Manager, Coordinators and other employees
  • Provide end to end recruitment process to fill vacant positions
  • Manage and maintain recruitment and on-boarding processes
  • Coordinate staff training in liaison with Training manager
  • Provide advice to management and staff in relation to current Industrial relation laws
  • Provide oversight on rosters and work hand in hand with Roster coordinators
  • Maintain TRACCS (HRMIS) and HR records for Broome office


Essential Criteria

  • Relevant qualification and experience in Human Resources
  • Demonstrated knowledge of relevant industrial and employment related legislation, regulations and Awards.
  • Demonstrated ability to support a culture of continuous improvement, be innovative and develop creative solutions to resolve human resource challenges
  • Demonstrated ability to develop effective working partnerships with proven interpersonal, mediation and consultation skills
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines
  • Demonstrated high level of personal and professional integrity and confidentiality
  • Demonstration of advanced computer skills including Excel and Power Point.


Please submit your application including your current resume and a cover letter outlining your experience and suitability.

To apply for this job please visit www.seek.com.au.