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Health, Safety & Environment Manager (NSW)
Group Workers Compensation Leader (NSW)
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Group Workers Compensation Leader (NSW)

• Set the strategy for Workers Compensation across ANZ
• Manage 40 policies, a self-insurance licence and RPL scheme
• Olympic Park

Your new business is a highly regarded FMCG with 7,500 employees across Australia and New Zealand. It has an enviable reputation for achieving results through innovation and for their workplace culture. Critical to the ongoing success of the business is their people, who consistently demonstrate their values and have a passion for their brand and vision to make the world a more sociable place. They aim to play a positive role in the communities in which they operate by maintaining a culture of environmental and social sustainability.

As Group Workers Compensation Leader, you will report to the Strategy Leader, who reports to the Safety & Wellbeing Leader. Your role will be to lead the strategy for workers compensation, ensuring best practice systems and processes across ANZ and supporting the achievement of business-wide goals. You will be responsible for the successful management of Workers Comp premiums and the renewal of 40 policies, as well as maintaining the self-insurance licence in SA and the Retro-Paid Loss scheme in NSW. You will report monthly, quarterly and annually on lead and lag indicators for workers compensation and safety & wellbeing performance. Your key external stakeholders will be insurance agents, brokers and regulators, and you will be the escalation point for site-based Safety & Wellbeing Advisors for complex injury management cases.

To be considered for this role, you will have:
• A minimum of 5 years Workers Compensation experience preferably within manufacturing / FMCG
• Experience managing a large portfolio of policies, and a self-insurance licence
• Excellent communication and leadership skills, and the ability to build credible relationships at all levels of a business
• Strong numeric and reporting skills
• Tertiary qualifications

Please forward your resume by emailing quoting reference number 1467512N or for further information in confidence telephone Karrie Gensler in the Sydney office on 02 8256 2517.



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