International Airport Station, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Reference: Sydney International (AM)
What can you bring to Boost?
Prior management experience in retail or hospitality (Store Manager/2IC)
Experience achieving sales targets, KPI’s and maximising profit
Passionate about training and developing team members
Focused on achieving excellence and is not prepared to accept mediocrity
Leads by example and isn’t afraid to get their hands dirty
Has the ability to inspire and motivate their team
We are committed to the growth & development of our Boosties – How far you go is only dictated by how far you are willing to push yourself!
We will reward you with an attractive remuneration package, offer incentives based on your performance, and provide you with a challenging work environment with genuine opportunities for growth!
So if you’re seeking a dynamic, exciting and challenging career and if you have a ZEST for life, like to laugh, and put a SMILE on people’s faces, apply now!
Minchinbury, New South Wales, Australia
Quality and freshness doesn’t come easy, which is why we have a fantastic group of people working around the clock at Woolworths Distribution Centres to tackle the mind boggling logistical challenge of coordinating supplies from the farm-gate to supermarket shelves across the state.
Our Distribution Centres are also a critical control point in checking the quality of fresh food and placing it in the optimal conditions to protect its flavour, freshness and texture. Alongside the top service we provide to our supermarkets we also have super performance in our Distribution Network which store stock for many of our other brands such as BWS, Dan Murphy’s, Big W, to mention just a few.
HR Business Partner | Minchinbury, NSW
Fast-paced, critical function
Lead HR change within Australia’s largest retailer
Exciting ongoing career development and opportunities
About the role
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a driven and dynamic HR Business Partner to align with the Supply Chain business unit at our Sydney Regional Distribution Centre. Your role will entail effectively partnering with the site Supply Chain Manager & Operations Managers to provide strategic & tactical HR advice and guidance to the business, enabling us to meet our business objectives.
This role is primarily based at Minchinbury, NSW.
In this role, you will
Partner with Leaders to drive cultural change
Implement people strategies that attract, develop and retain talent
Coach and advise leaders on tactical industrial relations issues including union activity and enterprise agreements, partnering with People Services and Employee Relations
Partner with Leaders and take accountability for the effective delivery of people strategies including aligning performance, capability, engagement and talent initiatives to the business strategy
Build leadership capability across the talent pipeline leveraging available programs
Partner with Leaders to develop engagement initiatives with a commercial mindset and passion for continuous improvement and innovation
Provide actionable insights to Leaders on trends in HR data and provide support and coaching to act on employee data
Design and implement tailored plans to drive implementation of the Supply Chain HR Plan, diagnose issues and provide lessons learned and HR expertise where required
Manage the implementation of people change initiatives, including embedding principles in the change and helping Managers to overcome impacts of change
Lead the site Payroll team consisting of 3 permanent employees
Previous experience in a HR Business Partner or Employee Relations role
Strong communication skills, stakeholder management and relationship building skills
Demonstrated experience designing and implementing organisation change programs
Ability to build strong relationships and influence decision-making
Experience working in a blue collar industry and dealing with trade unions
Experience in the negotiation of Enterprise Agreements highly desirable
Bella Vista, New South Wales, Australia
Woolworths Group is an iconic Australian company providing our customers with quality, range and value. As a leading ASX listed retailer, we have more than 450,000 shareholders and are proud to be one of Australia’s largest employers, employing over 205,000 people. Our retailing expertise stretches across food & grocery, liquor, petrol, general merchandise and hotels, servicing millions of customers each and every day.
As one of the largest Finance functions in Corporate Australia we provide opportunities across Corporate Finance, Shared Services, Commercial Finance, Capital Management, Financial Control, Operations Finance, Project Finance, M&A and Strategy and Planning.
Key role within our Corporate Finance team
Clear autonomy and accountability
Direct exposure to the Chief Financial Officer and Group Financial Controller
About the role
We are currently seeking an experienced Finance Manager to join our Finance team on a permanent basis placement. Reporting to the Head of External Reporting, the primary responsibility of this role is to ensure that internal and external reporting is accurate, timely and in compliance with Group accounting policies, accounting standards and disclosure requirements. Ensuring continuous improvement in key financial reporting processes will be critical for this role, as it will be instrumental in driving increased automation of reporting deliverables through the ongoing development of reporting systems and processes. The role also involves exposure to a variety of other ad-hoc projects including acquisitions, divestments, financing and capital management transactions.
As part of a supportive team, you will have the opportunity to work in a high profile and varied role with exposure to the Group Financial Controller, the Chief Financial Officer and other senior management that offers excellent opportunity for career development.
In this role, you will be responsible for:
Assist with external and internal reporting requirements including; the review of group consolidated results, quarterly sales for disclosure to the market, preparation of monthly balance sheet and cash flow analysis, half year and full year disclosures, detailed reporting to the audit, risk management and compliance committee, and any other special reporting as requested by senior management or the Board as required
Drive continuous improvement in key financial reporting processes, in particular the embedding of process change improvements to achieve efficiency
Assist with the preparation and review of senior management information packs supporting external market announcements
Provide technical guidance to the Group and maintain Group accounting policies to ensure ongoing compliance with Australian Accounting Standards across all Business units
Preparation of technical accounting papers to support key accounting positions and judgements taken by the Group in respect of the financial results and other ad-hoc projects (e.g. acquisitions and divestments)
Management of key stakeholders including Business Unit finance teams, Financial Control, and other Corporate teams (e.g. Group Planning, Treasury and Tax)
Liaise with external auditors
Extensive external and internal reporting experience, with experience in a Big 4 accounting firm and large ASX listed business highly desirable
FMCG / retail experience (desirable)
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong attention to detail, with the ability to step back and look at the ‘bigger picture’
Proven ability in building strong relationships with stakeholders and exert influence to deliver on commitments
Experienced manager with strong ability to manage a small team and to work as part of a larger team
Experience in supporting various financial systems (SAP & BPC) and advanced Excel Skills
It's an exciting time at Kmart, we are currently Australia's most profitable retailer and we have some big plans in place that will ensure our business continues to grow and be hugely successful! We are currently transforming our stores with the aim of significantly improving the customer journey and, with another 50 new stores in the pipeline and expansion into new markets, there has never been a better time to join this iconic retailer!
At Kmart, we are where families come first for the lowest prices on everyday items and our purpose is to make everyday living brighter for all our customers, every time and everywhere they shop with us.
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Planning Coordinator to join our team.
Reporting into the National Planning Manager, this role will see you;
Work together with design and space planning team to develop store specific fixture concepts in line with Kmart’s generic model
Prepare documentation for new and refit stores
Clearly communicate new concepts with executive stakeholders in order to gain sign off
Work with internal and external consultants to achieve planning outcomes
Please apply if you are a person who can or has;
Bring strong experience in retail design, store layouts or building design
Be creative and have a passion for retail design
Translate and understand base build, lease plan drawings, architectural, coordinate services to work with lessor and construction management teams
Be proficient using AutoCAD and Revit
Bring excellent communication and time management skills, as well as executive stakeholder management
An Architecture, Interior Design or related field (will be highly regarded)
Working with different departments within the business is a requirement of this role so strong communication skills will be essential.
You will benefit from joining an amazing business and a dynamic team who are all committed to the success of Kmart and providing our customers with a great shopping experience. Our values – Think Customer, Take Care, Live Integrity, Grow Together and Reach Higher will resonate with you closely and you’ll enjoy being part of a growing, iconic Australian business that has a fantastic culture that is non-hierarchical, diverse and inclusive. Your work environment will be highly collaborative, fast-paced and progressive, with no two days the same!
You will be afforded autonomy and accountability in your role and have access to development opportunities across both Kmart and the Wesfarmers Group, exceptional remuneration, an uncapped bonus scheme & access to Wesfarmers share plan and benefits program including a discount card for Kmart, Coles, Target and Officeworks. So if this sounds like the perfect role for you – apply now!
At Kmart we aim to ensure our teams reflect the diversity of the communities in which we operate.
Candidates interested in this position should apply directly to this advertisement as we are not accepting applications from recruitment agencies.