Human Resource Clerks maintain and update personnel records such as information on transfers and promotions, employee leave taken and accumulated, salaries, superannuation and taxation, qualifications and training.
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- updating information on leave taken and accumulated, employment history, salaries, superannuation and taxation, qualifications and training
- raising records for newly appointed workers and checking records for completeness
- processing applications for employment and promotions and advising applicants of results
- receiving and answering inquiries about employment entitlements and conditions
- sending out announcements of job openings and job examinations
- issuing job application forms
- compiling data from personnel records and preparing reports
- storing and retrieving personnel records and files on request
VET (Vocational Education And Training)
- Certificate III in Business, Certificate III in Employment Services
- Certificate IV in Human Resources -
- Diploma in Human Resources Management
- Adv Diploma of Management
- Bachelor of Business - Human Resource Management
- Bachelor of Human Resource Management
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