Advisor People and Culture

The Perth Mint

Location: Perth

Job Type: Full time



Welcome to The Perth Mint, where golden career opportunities await.

The Perth Mint is an iconic Western Australian organisation operating on a truly global scale. Situated in East Perth for 124 years, The Perth Mint is a premier tourist destination, an award-winning exporter, and a key supplier of precious metals to markets throughout the world.

There’s no organisation quite like it, with a variety of roles available, from engineers and chemists to artists and technicians.

Foster your fascination and pride in our work. Get inspired every day by the world-class precious metal products we work together to refine, design, produce and then distribute all over the globe. Connect to the rich history of our industry in a workplace firmly rooted in the present — as leaders in sustainability and inclusion.

At The Perth Mint, you’ll be supported in a diverse team where differences are celebrated and your well-being matters — striking the right work-life balance with compassionate team benefits. And if your career goals change, you’ll be empowered to change roles with training and internal mobility.


Reporting to the Group Manager People and Culture, you will provide generalist support and advice on all People and Culture matters and deliver on team initiatives.

Your role as an Advisor People and Culture will involve:

  • Develop knowledge of HR best practice principals to provide generalist advisory support to management and employees on the full life cycle of People and Culture
  • Research and provide advice on a wide range of employee relations matters including industrial instrument, awards, relevant legislation and policy interpretation
  • Provide support to the Group Manager and Business Partners in the provision of sound generalist advice to key stakeholders and the execution of People and Culture projects
  • Assist in providing advice to managers on any potential risks and legal implications which may arise from employee relations matters
  • Assist the facilitation of enterprise agreement negotiation process from end to end
  • Assist in guiding and supporting managers in developing a sound business case for employee related matters
  • Assist in management of grievances and disciplinary investigations
  • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with line managers in attracting, engaging, developing and retaining their employees
  • Review and draft employment contracts, deeds and formal letters
  • Participate in activities such as job design, job classifications and implementation of a workforce management plan
  • Produce Board Report analytics, and submit all regulatory P&C reports, i.e. WEGA, EEO, Korn Ferry market data etc
  • Contribute to the development, implementation and monitoring of policies and procedures to ensure compliance with relevant federal and state legislation
  • Assist in the annual salary review process, short term benefits scheme, and provide advice and support in the management of the remuneration framework, classifications and salary recommendations
  • Initiate and undertake P&C project work as directed by the Group Manager P&C and Business Partners
  • Assist in research, design and implement analytical tools to identify any issues and areas for improvement within the business


  • Completion of a tertiary qualification in HR or related fields
  • Recent experience as a graduate within a generalist role
  • Demonstrates excellent attention to detail
  • Strong stakeholder management
  • Thrives on working collaboratively

Our Benefits:

  • Flexible work including purchased leave, leave at half pay and access to pro-rata long service leave
  • Paid and unpaid parental leave
  • Training and development
  • Competitive salaries and employee discounts
  • Charity and volunteer initiatives
  • Income protection after an accident or illness
  • Health and wellness programs, including an Employee Assistance Program
  • Salary sacrifice – superannuation contributions.

So go on, make your mark. If you are excited by this role and want to join the team at the iconic Perth Mint, apply today. Part-time and flexible arrangements will be considered on an individual basis.

Applications close on 13 October 2023. The Perth Mint reserves the right to close applications prior to this date.

Candidates must have the right to work in Australia and pass our national security check.

Our Commitment to Inclusion:

Inclusion is at the core of what we do. We are committed to equality and celebrate the diversity of race, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, and all characteristics that make us unique as individuals.

We encourage applications from a range of candidates, including, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people of all gender identities, youth, seniors, the LGBTQI+ community and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Applicants with a disability who require adjustments in the recruitment process, are welcome to contact

To learn more about our diversity and inclusion initiatives please visit our website.

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