Campus Living Villages
Campus Living Villages (CLV) is the leading provider of on-campus student accommodation in Australia.
About the Company
Campus Living Villages (CLV) is the leading provider of on-campus student accommodation in Australia. With over 43,000 beds owned, managed or under development across Australia, the United States, United Kingdom and New Zealand, CLV has an extensive track record for creating quality, purpose-built facilities and managing exciting student communities around the globe.
An exciting opportunity exists for the role of a HR Advisor to join the team on a full time basis. Our office is currently based in the Sydney CBD, however, will be possibly relocating to North Ryde in a couple of months.
Reporting to the Head of HR ANZ, this role will be responsible for providing operational support in all people related matters including recruitment and employee relations.
Essential Skills, Experience and Qualifications:
How to Apply
To submit your application for this opportunity, please send your cover letter, updated CV and any other supporting documentation, marked to the attention of Head of HR ANZ by clicking the ‘Apply’ button.
Applications must be received by Friday, 24th May 2019
Campus Living Villages is an equal opportunity employer. No applications for employment will be assessed on the basis of race, colour, nationality, national extraction, social origin, education, age, sex, sexual preference, gender history, marital status, partnerships, pregnancy, impairment, disability, medical record, religion, political opinion, trade union activity, irrelevant criminal record or any other means that contravenes relevant anti-discrimination legislation applicable within Australia.
Only those with the right to work in Australia on an unrestricted and unlimited basis need apply.
Only direct applications from candidates will be considered.
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