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Issue 372 - 23 May 2013


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WHS Risk & Solutions Project Advisors (NSW)

• Exciting time of cultural change within an innovative and dynamic safety team
• 35 hours per week with a 9 day fortnight
• Western suburbs

Your new organisation is undergoing an unprecedented amount of change within WHS, driven by forward-thinking safety leaders with the support of the executive and unions.

As one in a team of 6, you will report to the Risk & Solutions Manager and work closely with the Operational Safety Manager and his team. These are exciting roles working in an innovative team, which will be implementing new or emerging technology, improved equipment and streamlined processes for WHS across the business. You will consult with internal and external stakeholders, as well as facilitating forums for contractors and supply chain, and will be part of industry focus groups.

There are two different roles within this team: either to identify key WHS risks and then to research and develop prototypes and potential solutions relating to technology, equipment and processes to identify best practice domestically and internationally; or to project-manage the roll out of these across the business including trialling solutions, and training employees, contractors and management on these new solutions.

To be considered for this role, you will have:
• Tertiary qualifications in WHS or related subject;
• A minimum of 2 years WHS experience;
• Strong research skills and experience;
• The ability to think innovatively with regards to technology, equipment and processes;
• The tenacity and drive to consult with and build strong relationships throughout the business and with external stakeholders.

Please forward your resume by emailing confidential@thesafestep.com.au quoting reference number 1449981N or for further information in confidence telephone Karrie Gensler in the Sydney office on 02 8256 2515.



 
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