HR Assistant Jobs Sydney & Melbourne

You’re the people-person who wants everyone to love their jobs. You keep the people side of a business compliant, organised and happy.

HR Assistant Jobs Sydney & Melbourne

You’re the people-person who wants everyone to love their jobs. You keep the people side of a business compliant, organised and happy.

HR ASSISTANT JOBS

The best HR Assistant jobs in Sydney

Looking for your next HR Assistant job? We’re here to help you dream big. We’re Sydney’s favourite boutique recruitment agency for administration roles. 

Human resources (HR) assistants represent the HR department and interact with both current and future employees. An individual in this position will ideally be degree qualified in human resources or a related field. This is a demanding role as the HR coordinator must combine administrative and ad hoc duties with key HR functions such as employment, compensation, labour negotiations and employee relations.

We have access to some of the best opportunities across Sydney, from Sydney CBD to Surry Hills, Northern Beaches,  North Sydney, Macquarie Park and The Hills district. Many of which are not openly advertised, we can’t wait to help you find the job of your dreams!

HR ASSISTANT JOBS

What does an HR Assistant do?

The role of an HR assistant can include a myriad of duties but some of the key daily duties you can expect to perform are: 

  • Store and retrieve personnel files on request 
  • Compile personnel data and prepare reports 
  • Receive and answer enquiries 
  • Process applications for employment and entitlements 
  • Coordinate recruitment processes 
  • Arrange in-house and external training

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What are HR Assistants also known as?

Within Sydney, HR assistant jobs may also be referred to as HR coordinators and HR administrators. 

How much do HR Assistants earn in Sydney?

HR assistants in Sydney typically earn from $55,000 up to $85,000+ depending on the level of experience. 

HR assistants in Sydney working in a temporary capacity can expect to earn an hourly rate of between $30 per hour and $48 per hour.

All salaries/rates are based on NSW/VIC positions and are exclusive of superannuation. Further, the below rates do not include additional bonuses or the value of non-monetary benefits.

Junior – $55-65k/Yearly salary, $30-35/Hourly rate

Intermediate – $65-75k/Yearly salary, $35-45/Hourly rate

Senior – $70-85k/Yearly salary, $40-48/Hourly rate

See our most recent salary guide.

How much do HR Assistants earn in Melbourne?

HR assistants in Melbourne typically earn from $55,000 up to $85,000+ depending on the level of experience. 

HR assistants in Melbourne working in a temporary capacity can expect to earn an hourly rate of between $30 per hour and $48 per hour.

All salaries/rates are based on NSW/VIC positions and are exclusive of superannuation. Further, the below rates do not include additional bonuses or the value of non-monetary benefits.

Junior – $55-65k/Yearly salary, $30-35/Hourly rate

Intermediate – $65-75k/Yearly salary, $35-45/Hourly rate

Senior – $75-85k/Yearly salary, $40-48/Hourly rate

See our most recent salary guide.

What is a typical career pathway for an HR Assistant?

An HR assistant will typically progress from HR assistant to other roles in HR, such as HR manager, HR executive, office manager, EA to HRD or more specialist roles such as training and development, learning and development. The career pathway will depend upon the qualifications, education and experiences gained.

How many HR Assistant jobs do you have in Sydney?

The number of HR assistant jobs we have changes all the time.  You can search through our available administration jobs at any time.

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