Human Resources Consultant

One (1) fixed-term (up to 6 months), Human Resources Consultant Grade 3 position is being offered in the Human Resources Branch, People, Culture and Capability Division, Melbourne or Ballarat.
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Department: State Revenue Office
Work Type: Fixed term - full time
Job Function: Human Resources (HR)
Classification: VPSG3
Work Location: Multiple Locations
Reference: VG/SRO/PCC/HRC/1806231
Closing Date: 24-Jul-2024
Salary Range: $74,580 - $90,558
Job Duration: Up to 6 months
Attachments: PD059 Human Resources Consultant - Position Description.pdf (PDF, 192KB)
Position Description

Contact: Sharryn Francis, HR Services Manager
0472 706 132

Position Details

Human Resources Consultant, Human Resources Branch

  • One (1) fixed-term role (up to 6 months) in the Human Resources Branch, People, Culture and Capability Division
  • Salary $74,580 plus 11.5% superannuation – VPS Grade 3
  • Based in Melbourne CBD or Ballarat, with hybrid working arrangements

What we offer

The State Revenue Office is the Victorian Government's revenue management agency, administering a range of taxes, duties, levies, grants and subsidies.

We aim to develop our people to achieve great outcomes for the Victorian community. We offer flexible working arrangements and a workplace culture that is rewarding and productive, where contributions are valued and recognised, expectations are clear, and treatment is fair and equitable. We are an equal opportunity employer that is committed to providing an inclusive, accessible and safe working environment. Find out more about working at the SRO at, or via our LinkedIn page.

The opportunity  
The HR Consultant's primary purpose is to support, coordinate and administer State Revenue Office (SRO) recruitment, selection and induction activities while providing support for general HR operations and the wider Human Resources team.

Reporting to the HR Services Manager, you will be responsible for:

  • Coordinating and administering recruitment, selection, induction, and probation processes.
  • Presenting information at induction programs, staff information sessions and briefings and via the SRO intranet.
  • Providing expert advice based on relevant agreements, policies and legislation to staff and managers on human resource matters.
  • Establishing, maintaining and administering a range of records on our digital databases i.e., CHRIS21, MyCareer, Springboard (eRecruitment system), Jira and CM10; manual files and other digital databases.

Who we are looking for
To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Generalist HR experience in a contemporary HR environment, preferably in the public sector in the areas of recruitment and selection and general HR.
  • A good understanding of employment law and demonstrated ability to interpret apply and provide advice on relevant HR legislation, industrial agreements, and policy.
  • Proven ability to plan and prioritise own work, multitask and use analytical skills to undertake and participate in projects to improve HR service delivery.

How to apply
Submit an application via the ‘Apply now' button by 11.59pm on Wednesday 24 July 2024. You will need to upload a cover letter addressing the five Key Selection Criteria in the position description, and a resume.

More information
You can find out more about this role via the position description. You can also contact Sharryn Francis, HR Services Manager on 0472 706 132 or by email at

If you need a copy of this advertisement in an accessible format or you require any adjustments to assist you to participate in the recruitment process, please email

Please note, as part of our selection process, we conduct pre-appointment checks including those related to references, identity, qualifications, work history, work visa, and police record history.

This role may be subject to a probation period.

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