As a Human Resources (HR) Officer, you'll assist supervisors and managers with human resources tasks including recruitment, review of WHS procedures, policy implementation, and employee inductions.
The average salary of a Human Resources Officer is $55,893 per annum.
Projection: 5% more Human Resources Officers employed in Australia in 2020 (compared to 2015)
The top three regions for employment as a Human Resources Officer include:
Learn the skills needed to be a Human Resources Officer in under a year with a Certificate IV in Human Resources (BSB41015).
If you're looking to stand out, a SAP HCM: Human Capital Management training course will teach you how to use and leverage the SAP ERP software that manages employee records.
Looking to take the next step in your career and apply for HR Manager roles?
If you've previously studied frontline management or HR (or have relevant work experience), you'll meet the requirements for the Diploma of Human Resources Management or dual diploma. These courses will teach you advanced skills to improve your job prospects.