role of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is to
advance the interests of Australia and Australians
internationally. The department provides foreign, trade and
development policy advice to the Australian Government. DFAT also
works with other Australian government agencies to drive
coordination of Australia’s pursuit of global, regional and
recruitment processes across the region, liaise with relevant
stakeholders to determine job criteria, shortlist applications,
coordinate interviews, and notify successful and unsuccessful
job vacancies using E-recruitment software and other media.
LES on-boarding processes, organise incoming staff inductions and
provide initial briefings to LES on conditions of employment.
A-based staff briefing schedules.
pre-employment medical and background checks for LES.
to local and regional queries on employment conditions and
system related issues for users of E-recruit and leave management
and maintain relationships with a range of internal and external
stakeholders including medical centres, software providers and
audits of HR processes to ensure compliance with relevant
policies and controls, and perform quality control checks on HR
degree in Human Resources (HR). A post-graduate degree in HR is
minimum of three years’ experience working in HR and managing
ability to understand, interpret and apply Indian labour laws,
and other policies and guidelines.
levels of integrity and accountability in decision-making.
interpersonal skills, and the ability to build and maintain
relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders.
to prioritise tasks and meet tight deadlines.
ability to use the Microsoft Office suite of programs and HR
written and spoken English and Hindi communication skills.
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