HR Administrator (Brisbane)
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Dorabot is a Shenzhen-headquartered robotics startup that's revolutionizing the logistics industry. We are looking for an experienced individual to help us launch our first overseas R&D branch in Australia. In this role, you will play a crucial part in establishing our Australian operations.
As an HR Administrator, your position will involve the following responsibilities:
- Provide administrative support to our Brisbane employees including making travel arrangements, handling telephone communications, greeting and directing visitors, and dealing with administrative problems and inquiries as appropriate
- Handle office duties such as the purchase of office supplies, vehicle arrangement, expense reimbursement, handing records (for employees, finances, clients, etc.), data entry, and reporting
- Ensure that the office is well-maintained, organized, and secure
- Partner with freelancers and agencies when necessary (for payroll, insurance, legal needs, etc.)
- Act as our Workplace Health and Safety liaison
- Responsible for local recruitment, including CV screening, onboarding activities, employee terminations, and off-boarding activities
- Coordinate employee events, such as team building, lunch & learn, roundtable meetings, etc.
- Manage employee relations, conduct exit interviews, and evaluate employee data for trends
- Establish and maintain an HR database for storing employee information such as tax filing numbers, bank account details, superannuation fund details, salaries, annual leave, etc.
- Act as our Equity Contact Officer as defined under the guidelines of the Anti-Discrimination Commission of QLD.
- At least an Advanced/Graduate Diploma or Degree, ideally in Human Resource Management, Business Administration, or a related field
- Minimum 3 years of HR and admin working experience (technology industry recruiting background would be a plus)
- Owning a car and having a valid driver's license is a plus
- Knowledge of Australian employment laws and practices
- Excellent communication skills – both verbal and written (fluent Mandarin is a plus)
- Hands-on with a high level of initiative and integrity
- Eager to learn about all aspects of the job
- Tactful in handling sensitive and confidential situations and information
- Unrestricted work rights in Australia