Human Resources Generalist - Australia
Casa Systems
Lane Cove West, New South Wales, Australia
5d ago

Casa Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq : CASA) is 5G, delivering physical, virtual and cloud-native 5G infrastructure and customer premise networking for high-speed data and multi-service communications networks.

Our core and edge convergence technology enables public and private networks for both communications service providers and enterprises.

Casa Systems™ products deliver higher performance, improved network flexibility and scalability, increased operational efficiency and lower total cost of ownership (TCO).

Commercially deployed in more than 70 countries, Casa serves over 475 Tier 1 and regional service providers worldwide. At Casa Systems, our mission is to deliver ultra-broadband solutions that keep families, communities and the world connected.

We harness our passion for innovation to drive technological solutions that allow service providers to do amazing things that improve the way we live.

We are seeking to hire a Human Resources Generalist to join our growing Human Resources team located in Lane Cove, Sydney, Australia.

The Human Resources Generalist will have both administrative and strategic responsibilities helping to plan and administer important functions to continue to build an incredible team in alignment with the Company's strategic goals and objectives.

This is an exciting opportunity to join us and help shape and further develop our candidate and employee experience.


  • Recruit the best talent to grow our Australian team; source and screen candidates, conduct reference checks and issue employment contracts.
  • Facilitate new hire onboarding process and coordinate with cross-functional departments to deliver an exceptional first-day experience.
  • Handle all administrative tasks for onboarding, new hire orientation, and exit interviews, including entering data into HR information systems and auditing for accuracy and compliance.
  • Partner and collaborate with our people leaders to foster an energetic and supportive culture.
  • Provide continuous improvement suggestions to enhance the efficiency of the HR department and organization, and to improve employee experience.
  • Play an integral role in the development and implementation of cross functional human resources initiatives.
  • Provide support to leaders and team members to facilitate high levels of performance and achievement of business goals and organizational priorities, including developing individual and team strategies for future talent needs to ensure scalability.
  • Ensure legal compliance of HR state and federal regulations and applicable employment laws, and update policies and / or procedures as required.
  • Provide an effective and dedicated HR advisory service to employees in relation all other employee-relations matters.
  • Assist with organizing and facilitating of the training for annual employee performance reviews.
  • Provide reports to assist with the development of proactive solutions, programs, and policies that support the needs of our teams.
  • Assist with the completion of the annual WGEA reporting for Company sign off.

  • Undergraduate degree in Business Administration, Human Resource or equivalent.
  • 2+ to 5 years progressively responsible experience in Human Resources or business.
  • Strong detail-oriented and resourceful mindset.
  • Strong recruiting skills and knowledge of Australian labour legislations; including past experience dealing with the FairWork Commission.
  • Resourceful, problem-solving aptitude and thorough knowledge of HR procedures and policies.
  • Strong team player and can do attitude with a willingness to assist team members as needed.
  • The ability to be agile in an ever-changing environment.
  • Excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, ethics, and cultural awareness.
  • Works comfortably under pressure and meets tight deadlines.
  • Organized and able to multi-task and manage multiple conflicting priorities.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and tactfully with all levels of employees and managers.
  • Ability to professionally handle confidential material and associated issues.
  • Drive change and challenge process improvement in a positive way.
  • Proven experience working with and influencing senior leaders.
  • Ability to link actions to the company strategy and performance.
  • Take initiative to identify and anticipate needs and make recommendations for implementation.
  • Analytical and embraces technology.
  • Able and willing to travel up to 10% of the time.
  • Holds a valid passport.
  • Casa Systems is committed to fostering a diverse workforce and inclusive work environment free from unlawful employment discrimination and without barriers to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO).

    Note : Only applicants with existing rights to work in Australia will be considered for this role.


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