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Human Resources Analyst (Perth CBD)(Full Time)

About Us

Cash Converters was established in 1984 in Perth, WA and has expanded across Australia and even overseas. Our achievements can be seen through our passion to help our customers from taking the stress away of selling second-hand items, offering value for money on an amazing range of products to offering finance solutions. Despite our growth, we are still local, and we make sure we help our locals. Our passion for helping people doesn’t stop there, we also believe in the continual support of our staff and encourage our people to grow and develop with us.

About you

At Cash Converters, we believe in creating a family style environment where everyone looks out for one another and works together to achieve the team’s goals. Having a supportive nature and a care for helping others, whilst striving to achieve your daily goals will see you fit right in. To shine in this role, you will need to be considered an excel guru. So, if this sounds like you…we want to hear from you!


About the role

The key focus of the HR Analyst role is to provide accurate and timely analysis of Human Resources information, trends, forecasts and changes which provides insights to the HR team and business leaders in key HR metrics which can inform Human Resources strategies and tactics. The role will also be required to coordinate HR activities end to end, including workforce planning, performance review, workers compensation and remuneration review as well as:

  • Working effectively with key stakeholders to understand and pre-empt business needs and work into a variety of HR solutions.
  • Maintaining and administering HR data in various systems which include Chris21 and Share Point.
  • Completing HR dashboards and reports for the board and other key stakeholders, including reports covering WGEA requirements, gender gap analysis, workers compensation, turnover, tenure, diversity, vacancy rate etc.
  • Translating data into meaningful presentations and business cases that will facilitate decision making.
  • Owning the remuneration function which includes undertaking job evaluations, conducting salary benchmarking, reviewing bonus and commission structures, remuneration modelling and all remuneration reporting.
  • Assisting with the creation and review of HR Policies and Procedures relating particularly to remuneration and workers compensation.

To be successful in this role, you will need:

  • Experience in the interpretation and analysis of HR data.
  • Strong MS Excel skills (e.g. applicants must be able to create complex formula’s across multiple spreadsheets, create pivot tables and charts to a high standard)
  • HR qualifications are highly desirable.
  • To be highly organised.
  • Strong stakeholder management skills.
  • A proactive nature and ability to take initiative with a professional approach to work.
  • To be willing to learn and grow and make this role your own!

There is the opportunity for the successful candidate to also progress their HR advisory and business partnering skill sets.


What’s next?

Click on the apply button and enter your details such work history and education and answer some general questions. If you are successful in getting to the next round of recruitment, you will be required to complete a police clearance.



No recruitment agencies please

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