People Culture and Environment Coordinator

Posted 21 May 2024
Salary$0 - $38 per hour
Job type Casual
DisciplineAdministration & SupportHR & Recruitment

Job description

DFP Recruitment is looking for an experienced People Culture and Environment Coordinator for an exciting opportunity with one of our esteemed government clients based in Midland. This is a 3-month full-time contract position with the potential for extension.

About the role

You will play a vital role in providing support across various Human Resources functions, with a primary focus on managing the end-to-end payroll cycle. You'll be the go-to person for our valued customers, delivering timely and accurate advice on HR matters while also providing support in areas such as fleet management, facilities, recruitment, and wellness initiatives.

Key Responsibilities:
• Manage all aspects of the fortnightly payroll process with precision and integrity.
• Offer consistent and reliable advice on payroll and employment conditions, ensuring compliance with relevant regulations.
• Maintain meticulous records in accordance with Acts, Awards, and Agreements.
• Assist in fleet management and contribute to facility management across multiple locations.
• Fulfill reporting requirements on a fortnightly and monthly basis.
• Handle financial transactions and maintain records in alignment with policies and legislative standards.
• Address inquiries effectively, providing solutions and escalating when necessary.
• Foster positive relationships with employees and external stakeholders.

About You:
• Demonstrated experience in end-to-end payroll processing and record maintenance.
• Proficiency across various Human Resources functions.
• Familiarity with Ascender HRIS software.
• Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.
• Strong written and verbal communication abilities.
• Current National Police clearance (issued within the last 3 months)

How to Apply

If this role sounds like you and you meet the above criteria, please submit a cover letter addressing the essential criteria and along with your current cv (word format) to be considered for this role.

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If you would like to find out more information about the role, please contact Heidi-Jane Dye on 9287 9807 or email

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