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People and Culture Administrator

Hope Street Youth and Family Services


Hope Street Youth and Family Services Ltd ("Hope Street") has over 40 years of experience delivering specialist services to young people and their families experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness.

We have a vision to live in a society where all young people and young families have a safe place to call home. If you would like to play a part in ending youth homelessness, join our team of passionate people making a difference in the lives of young people and young families.

We are a multidisciplinary team committed to the delivery of responsive and comprehensive services to young people and our communities. Our values are Fairness, Collaboration, Social Justice, Integrity, Diversity, and Hope.


We are seeking a motivated and hands-on People and Culture Administrator with a high level of professionalism to provide HR administrative support to the People and Culture Manager across a range of Human Resources initiatives.

Your day-to-day responsibilities will include but won’t be limited to:

  • Supporting the Organisation’s recruitment processes and activities
  • Preparing employment contracts and documentation for new employees
  • Recording and tracking organisational compliance checks such as Police Checks, Working with Children Checks and Probationary Periods
  • Assisting with the coordination of recruitment, induction, and training activities
  • Maintaining employee record and conducting annual staff file checks
  • Managing and directing the Careers mailbox and incoming recruitment communicators appropriately
  • Responding to and directing People and Culture inquiries

This is an excellent opportunity where no 2 days are the same to support and focus on providing support to the People and Culture Manager and team members in relation to all aspects of People and Culture administration within an employee’s lifecycle.

Please refer to the Position Description for more information about the role: www.hopest.org/get-involved/employment.


You have:

  • a bachelor’s degree in human resources or comparable business-related qualification
  • experience within a People and Culture team or business function supporting a HR or Office Manager in a HR function
  • knowledge of employment legislation including familiarity with the Modern Award system and National Employment Standards
  • knowledge of the housing, homelessness and/or community not-for-profit sector (desirable)
  • excellent organisational and time management skills and are flexible and mature to manage priorities and timeframes
  • experience at maintaining high level of confidentiality and professionalism in all areas of work and interactions with stakeholders at all levels
  • great attention to detail, excellent communication skills and are proficient in Microsoft Office applications; and
  • enjoy the challenge of competing demands, direct instructions, and a fast-paced changing environment.


  • Permanent Part time (45.6 hour per fortnight) between the hours of 8 am – 6 pm on-site
  • Varying work within medium NFP business and a small, professional corporate team
  • Purpose-driven community organisation that achieves quality outcomes for young people
  • Based in Brunswick Town Hall - a historic building in the heart of Brunswick’s diverse community and urban cafes
  • NFP salary packaging up to $18,450 of your salary tax free
  • Close proximity to all Public Transport or park on the street and walk 10 minutes


If you have any questions about this role, please email our People and Culture department careers@hopest.org, using the subject line: People and Culture Administrator enquiry via EthicalJobs.

If your experience looks a little different to what we have identified but you have relevant skills, please get in touch with us.

Additional Information

Please let us know if you require workplace modifications so that we can discuss your needs and the modifications that can be made to the recruitment process and the position.

At Hope Street we have an inclusive culture where our employees' unique contributions are celebrated. We strive to reflect our community and strongly encourage candidates from a diverse range of racial, social, cultural, gender and disability backgrounds. We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

Hope Street is a child safe organisation and we are committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children. To ensure the highest standards of protection for children, employment at Hope Street is subject to a range of screening requirements which includes satisfactory Police Checks (National and International) and a Working With Children Check.

Please note: evidence of the COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement of employment at Hope Street.

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