Star Candidates November 2015

Have you got some exciting new growth plans for 2016? Do you need extra hands on deck and the HR expertise to boost your team’s productivity, knowledge and achievements? We have HR Contractors for you! With the holiday season approaching and 2015 quickly drawing to an end, we are all busy preparing for what is to come. Profiler Recruitment specialises … Continue reading

Market Update from Profiler Recruitment

Recently at Profiler Recruitment we have seen jobs ranging from HR Administrator, HR Adviser and Senior HR Change Specialist. This demand has come from the professional services and utilities sectors rise due to restructuring and a high level of change within the business. This looks positive for 2016, with a lot of talk around change this will create more opportunities for HR … Continue reading

Profiler Recruitment Celebrates 10 years of ‘Getting People Noticed’

Profiler Recruitment is celebrating 10 years of working with great clients and candidates. The next time you’re in Melbourne pop into the St Kilda Road, Melbourne Profiler Office (during office hours) and collect a small gift from us. We would love to see you and hear what you are currently up to!

Star Candidates October 2015

Do you have projects you just need to finish so you can start 2016 with a new vision? Are staff going on leave over Christmas and it is still business as usual? With Spring here, we are all thinking about what needs to be done to clear and clean up at home and work! After ten years here at Profiler … Continue reading

HR Business Partners – In demand across all sectors. Is this the new HR model?

This week saw a flurry of offering candidates HR Business Partner roles and then receiving client requests for more. HR Business Partner seems to be the new ‘model’ in the business. What makes a good HR Business Partner based on what some of the key skills required by our clients say? up to date knowledge of HR policies the ability … Continue reading

Thinking about going away? Don’t even think about it if you are looking for a new role…

With the festive season fast approaching, now is the time our clients are thinking about resourcing for the holiday period. Traditionally it is thought to be a time when everything slows down in the recruitment market, but at Profiler Recruitment we always experience movement as Hiring Managers realise that they themselves may be away and/or require assistance to keep ‘Business … Continue reading

HR Market Update from Profiler Recruitment – Specialist Skills in Demand

Just had to share with you our latest Market Update that we revealed at the national AHRI conference held in Melbourne last month – read on HR professionals….. Despite the official unemployment rates being at a 12-year high of 6.4% (Australian Bureau of Statistics, August 7 2014) Profiler Recruitment continues to flex with our clients and candidates to meet organisational requirements and professional … Continue reading

EOFY Action – Across a range of industries, is this a sign of things to come?

Things have been busy at Profiler Recruitment. Clients are getting busy with mergers and acquisitions, project deadlines are looming, employee records need to be tidied up and reported on, new HRIS systems are being implemented and have a way to go to being functional, events and marketing teams need extra hands on deck for fundraising – all ready for July 1.  So at … Continue reading

Easter Market Update – and a special event to consider if you reside in Melbourne

Contracting as a job option still sees to be the preferred route for new roles – a try before clients commit to an ongoing relationship arrangement. Profiler Recruitment has seen a recent surge amongst clients for short term contracts until the EOFY.  Skills across L&D, High Level Administration, Business Development, Payroll have been prevalent. With Easter coming up clients will be back … Continue reading

Lots of roles at the moment in contracting, and the arts and entertainment sector is making everyone happy

Candidates are keen for change, however are having to grapple with reduced salaries available and many organisations unsure what way they want to go in the interim –  permanent or contract?. Permanent selection continues to take take time as clients get buy in from a number of key decision makers and put candidates through rigorous processes. There is still permanent … Continue reading