Human Resources Coordinator – Full Time

Position Title
Human Resources Coordinator – Full Time

South Perth

Published Date

Description and Requirements

Here’s our story! 

Knight Health are the new kids on the block in the world of Occupational Health. We commenced operations back in 2016 in a small room in Perth. Since then, we have grown at an exceptional rate with now 7 locations across the Perth metropolitan area, as well as affiliate partners all over Australia, we are continuing to grow drastically, and we want you!

When we began operation, we saw an opportunity in the market – not to reinvent – but simply provide an exceptional customer experience. By putting our customers first, we service over 550 different businesses in a variety of sectors, whilst specialising in the heavy industrial sector. Knight Health is proud to play an essential part in protecting the workforce and helping thousands of people gain employment every year.

We now have an exciting opportunity as a full time Human Resources Coordinator. 

A bit about the role?

As the Human Resources Coordinator, you will report to the Human Resources Manager, and be a trusted advisor to employees who provides HR guidance and support. In this role, you must be collaborative, engaging and feel at-home in a fast-paced environment, with a great culture, and amazing people.


  • End-to-end recruitment
  • Writing contracts, letters, individual flexibility agreements, statement of service letters and general administration
  • Update TMR spreadsheet and update payroll
  • Make sure employee files are maintained and updated
  • Work with payroll on new hires and leave requests in the system
  • Send exit interview emails and read these every month
  • Schedule employee changes in payroll calendar
  • Day-to-day admin
  • Answer basic HR questions from managers
  • Onboarding new starters
  • Organise training with respective managers
  • Create new employee files


  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong time management skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Excellent management skills
  • Flexible and a team player, with an ability to adapt to challenge
  • Effective understanding of change management processes and their application
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information with knowledge of clinical confidentiality requirements desirable

Required experience and qualifications:

A degree in Human Resources/Business and at least 1 years’ experience in a HR role is a minimum requirement for this position. Exceptional communication skills, a high level of confidentiality, meticulous attention to detail and an ability to work effectively across dynamic and fast paced environments is essential.

Why work for us?

  • Reward and recognition programs
  • Internal growth opportunities
  • Internal and external learning and development opportunities
  • Paid birthday leave
  • Paid community service leave
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Beautiful spacious office with views over the swan river

In this position, you will be working out of our South Perth Head Office; this is not a remote opportunity, but you will have the flexibility to choose how you work best.

If you want to join a team that values its people and be a part of what’s already started as an epic journey, we want to hear from you!

Please email your resume and cover letter to