MAICD, IRSWA, MAHRI
Steve Rayner joined SHR in 2013 after a stellar career in the Oil & Gas, Mining, Engineering & Mining Services (EPC & EPCM), and Mineral Processing and Heavy Manufacturing sectors. With over 20 years of business experience in Australia and internationally, Steve’s areas of expertise include business strategy development, strategic & operational human resources management, industrial relations and operations management. With a track record of functional turnarounds and commercial start-ups, Steve has a strong background in M & A integration management, development and implementation of HR strategies, transformational change and mentoring/coaching executives and HR professionals.
Colin Gibson specialises in strategic industrial relations planning and management as well as the use of change management techniques as practical tools for effective project delivery. His ability to deliver these services has been developed by over 35 years in the oil and gas industry, and the construction industry operating in the resources and infrastructure sectors. He has provided senior industrial relations and general human resources support to offshore production facilities, onshore processing facilities and corporate planning groups in the oil and gas industry. His construction experience covers industrial relations, payroll, human resources, project management and branch management roles. He has particular skills in project planning and execution. This includes policy development and implementation, management training and education, effective recruitment of all levels of employees; quality management and systems; training plan development, needs analysis and the management of safety, health, environment and industrial relations.
Registered Migration Agent (MARN: 9903000)
Jackie Hill combines her qualifications as a migration agent with over 25 years human resources management experience to provide Strategic Human Resources with a senior operative who has the skills to assist clients with the establishment, operation and management of a wide range of services. With an extensive knowledge of the business migration and expatriate management needs in the construction industry and resources sector, she provides not only business migration services but strategic advice on the business planning aspects for effective expatriate use. To this Jackie can add a varied human resources consulting and management record, primarily in the oil and gas production and processing, engineering, construction and mining industries. Activities which she specialises in include remuneration and benefit development and review, recruitment, policy and procedure development, employment contracts and training plan development.
M Comm Org Behaviour & IR
Belinda Honey has more than 20 years of experience working in the industrial relations, employee relations and human resources environment. Belinda’s experience includes several years working in the Coal sector on the Client side after which she spent several years working for a major resources employer association. Following this Belinda commenced her own consulting business and has continued on that path at SHR. Belinda has a deep understanding of contemporary employee and industrial relations as well as an innovative approach to improving workforce productivity having worked with many of major resource companies tackling such issues.
BBus Human Resources & Industrial Relations
John Flood has over 30 years of experience working in the industrial relations, employee relations and human resources environment. John’s early career focused on the public sector (Labour Relations, Defence, Health, Justice, Construction, Engineering, Transport, Maritime and Housing). Over the past 10 years John’s focus and experience has been in the Hydrocarbons and Mining industries within the private arena for some of the largest projects in recent times. This includes formation of tender proposals to secure new projects, offshore project management, coordinating employee relations, managing HR operations, HR policy and procedure development and negotiating employment contracts. Coupled with this background, John holds a Bachelor of Business (Human Resources & Industrial Relations).
Mark Hudston has almost three decades of Industrial Relations experience within the Civil Construction and Infrastructure sectors and has a unique understanding of the Australian Trade Union environment. Mark has extensive experience in developing innovative IR strategies as well as the rare ability to apply those strategies in a dynamic and often conflicted sector. Mark brings a balance of strategic thinking and practical application to a range of clients, where his consulting skill is highly sought after by major players in the competitive construction sector. Mark also has a strong background in developing enterprise agreements, ERMPs, application of site based workforce management tactics and the application of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) rules and regulations.
Steve Scott has more than 45 years of experience as a Human Resources and Employee Relations practitioner. During this period has managed both field and corporate Human Resources functions and provided representative and advisory services to industry. Experience encompasses the mining, engineering, construction, construction management, maintenance and service industries, as well as employer associations, consulting and government. In the field of Employee Relations, has undertaken advisory, negotiation, advocacy and change management activities in both the blue and white collar areas for major developers, operators and contractors as well as employer organisations. Broad Human Resources experience includes advisory, managerial and practitioner roles in the areas of strategic planning; policy development and implementation; salary and benefits review and administration; performance management; recruitment and demobilisation; injury management; labour co-ordination; and security. Steve designed and implemented employee relations and human resources management plans that involved the use of continuous improvement, quality management, change management and performance management techniques for the enhancement of the effective use of both staff and wages employees, particularly in an outsourcing environment.
After 30 years of being known as one of Australia’s pre-eminent workplace relations and employment lawyers (Doyle’s Guide to the Australian Legal Profession), Allan Drake-Brockman is now embarking upon a career in Business Consultancy. With his unique skills and experience and his commitment to arriving at effective business solutions, Allan is a powerful problem solver.
With a particular expertise and interest in enterprise bargaining and industrial litigation Allan’s focus is on strategic industrial relations planning in the mining, energy and resources sector. Allan combines his intimate knowledge of all stakeholders in Australian industrial relations including unions, employer associations and professional bodies together with his ability to find innovative human resources and labour relations solutions.
Allan has acted as Counsel in major national industrial law cases in the Full Court of the Federal Court and Full Benches of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission (now Fair Work Commission). He has also appeared extensively in the Supreme Court of Western Australia, WA Industrial Appeal Court and Full Bench of the WA Industrial Relations Commission.
B. Applied Science (Psychology); Grad Dip (Occupational Psychology); Master App Science (Health Sciences)
Kim Davis has over 30 years of industry experience across mining, oil & gas and general industry. Kim’s specialisms range from HR management consulting through to complex workforce planning, studies and mobility/logistics optimisation. Specifically, Kim’s experience focuses on: Workforce planning covering pre-feasibility to construction, commissioning and start up and production operations; General human resources management planning and strategy; Industrial and employee relations management and strategy; Modelling earnings and benefits arising from awards and agreements according to different roster and working hours arrangements for BOOT assessment, comparison and strategy; HR information systems, auditing and modelling; Attraction and retention strategy; remuneration, benefits and intrinsic workplace motivators; Work group facilitation: focus groups and SWOT analysis; Operations organisation and job design and workforce planning, including shift rosters; Workforce planning and cost models, incorporating complete roster and logistics organisation and optimisation; Operations labour availability and utilisation assessments or audits; Work roster design and suitability assessment for operations; Working hours, rosters, fitness for work, fatigue and roster related incident risk analyses; Modelling site personnel logistics: rosters, transport and accommodation; Labour studies involving demand and supply forecasting to determine risk and mitigation requirements for construction projects.
Katherine Sampson has broad ranging experience in industrial relations (IR), employee relations (ER) and human resources (HR) and specialises in IR and ER in the construction, mining and oil and gas industries (both onshore and offshore). She has proven success in industrial relations management and senior employee relations advisory positions, both on major resource projects throughout Australia and within the corporate function. She has also worked for both the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission and the Fair Work Commission.
Kat’s consultancy style is thorough and informed by extensive practical experience as well as her legal qualifications. She has a strong track record of supporting and empowering clients in achieving organisational goals by implementing best practice across all areas of ER/IR/HR, preventing the development of issues and ensuring compliance.
Tony Hurley has over 30 years of industrial relations, human resource management, general administration and public relations experience in both the private and public sector in Australia and overseas. He has been directly involved in strategic and business planning as well as extensive management of change (workplace reform, cultural change and organisation re-engineering). In addition, he has managed and operated a successful human resource consulting business in Western Australia servicing both the private & public sector in Australia and overseas. Tony supports a number of SHR clients in both onshore and offshore Construction, as well as clients operating other businesses in Western Australia, by providing Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management services that assist in the assessment of employee and industrial relations risks in their business environment and in the development and implementation of mitigating actions to effectively manage those risks.
Master of Law and Legal Practice/BArts
Niki Reilly provides employee relations consulting services to clients operating primarily in the mining, construction, maintenance and oil and gas industries. Her 10 years of experience includes two years as a solicitor in the areas of Industrial Relations, Employment Law and Commercial Litigation.Niki’s expertise includes the development and implementation of collective agreements and individual contracts of employment; conducting workplace investigations, discipline and performance management processes; research into and advice on employment related issues and the interpretation of employment legislation and industrial instruments; policy development and implementation; on-site ER monitoring and support.
Lucinda Locke has over 20 years of experience in Human Resources Management and gained from employment with major enterprises operating in the metalliferous mining and hydrocarbon industries, encompassing iron ore, gold, uranium and bauxite mining and processing, oil and gas production & processing. Lucinda’s experience has been gained across strategic and operational areas with particular specialization in site-based operations roles. Her HR project planning, management, execution and change management experience is extensive including application in developing countries. In order to apply her deep experience in carrying out sensitive and challenging investigations of behavioural and policy breaches, Lucinda is highly mobile and enjoys consulting in some of the more challenging environments.
Bev Baldwin (BCom) is an experienced Human Resources professional with a strong customer focus and recognised as having well-developed interpersonal and analytical skills. Industry experience has been the Oil and Gas sector and specifically involved in assignments requiring recruitment and selection, staff planning, remuneration reviews and industrial relations strategies. Recent experience in commercial roles has provided valuable insight into broader business activities.
Shane Moretti has more than 20 years of experience as a Payroll Professional. He has benefited from a career that has progressed through a series of clerical and supervisory positions that have approached payroll services from both an accounting and human resources perspective. Shane currently runs outsourced payrolls for several SHR clients. Current and past clients include those involved in the maritime, construction, mining, oil and gas, manufacturing and retail industries. Shane’s experience covers payrolls for all levels of management, supervisory, administrative, professional, technical, clerical and operative staff working under common law contracts, awards and collective agreements and encompasses all aspects of payroll from data collection, interpretation and calculation and processing to end of month procedures including leave reporting, general ledger reconciliation, superannuation administration, payroll tax calculation and remittance of PAYG taxation obligations. Shane has established new payroll services, modified existing services, implemented new time keeper and payroll software and conducts audits and makes recommendations to improve processes.
Frank Okely has over 20 years of experience in Human Resources advisory and operational management roles with major private and public organisations in the contracting, mining, utilities (water and power), building and transport industries. Has specialist knowledge in the areas human resource management, business improvement, change management, workforce planning and strategic planning. A highly skilled facilitator who achieves success in reaching business outcomes and in contributing to management decision making, focussing on improving people and business performance. Frank’s key strengths include finding practical solutions and using plain language to assist individuals and teams to reach their goals to achieve organisational objectives.
B.Com – HR & Marketing
Sara Spivey is a Human Resources Professional with over 10 years generalist experience, providing consulting and advisory services covering all areas of human resources management and employee relations. Particular specialist areas include change management, project tenders and support, grievance and disciplinary investigations, leadership development, performance management, succession and workforce planning, preparation of enterprise agreements and HR policies/procedures and the provision of strategic industrial relations advice. A strong customer service approach has assisted Sara to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external client groups, which essentialfor achieving customer co-operation in the implementation of recommended HR initiatives. Sara has several years of experience both on the Client side and in a consulting capacity.
Colin Brown is a dynamic, improvement orientated HR Executive with a commercially tuned approach. Highly skilled in all areas of HR management with extensive experience in talent and succession management, change, employee/industrial relations, cultural transformation and executive team coaching. With over 30 years in HR, Colin has consistently taken on increasingly challenging and complex roles including Communications and Legal Services. His breadth of experience spans a range of industry sectors including finance, health, government, professional services and telecommunications.Email Colin
LLB (Hons), B.Sci (Psych), B.Comm (HR, IR)
Conor Fahey brings a broad base of HR and IR work experience supported by specialist education. With over 4 years’ practice as an employment lawyer, and over 5 years’ experience in human resources, recruitment and IR advisory roles, Conor holds legal qualifications supported by degrees in Commerce (HR, Industrial Relations) and Psychology.
Conor has worked across a variety of sectors including State and Local Government, Medical, Mining, Oil and Gas, Construction and Manufacturing and Financial Services. His experience includes providing employers with advice and assistance across a wide range of matters, including: workplace restructure, discipline and performance management, workplace disputes, employment contracts, enterprise agreement implementation and interpretation and conducting workplace investigations.