Help resolve workplace disputes; provide support and advice to employees and employers.
Workplace relations advisors have expert knowledge of workplace relations policies and problems. They represent industrial, commercial, union, employer, employee or other parties in negotiations on rates of pay and conditions of employment.
Work is in an office with some travel expected.
Suits people with excellent written and verbal communication, negotiation and problem-solving skills. Knowledge of administration and management, personnel and human resources, as well as government industrial regulations is essential.
Extensive industry experience is required. Formal qualifications are useful but not essential.
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