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    • katherine, northern territory
    • permanent
    • AU$110,000 - AU$130,000 per year
    • full-time
    THE ROLEOur Client is currently seeking an experienced HSEQ Advisor to join their growing Katherine based team. Reporting to the HSEQ Manager, you will primarily be responsible for promoting a positive safety culture and safe work practices, monitoring, and coaching project teams on HSEQ compliance with management system policies, management plans and procedures across a range of Defence construction projects.This role is Katherine based on project sites, FIFO, DIDO and residential options will be considered.RESPONSIBILITIESAs well as developing management plans, field work inspections and assisting in setting up and managing sites from a HSEQ point of view, your responsibilities include:Promoting safety culture and safe work practicesReviewing subcontractor HSEQ documentation during mobilisationInteroperating and implementing client HSE requirementsConduct HSEQ site inspections and audits, pre-start meetings and Toolbox meetingsAdvising and educating site personnel of legislative requirements and changes to comply with company proceduresAssisting the project team in the preparation and implementation of HSEQ documentationAdministering incident and hazard reporting processes and actions as per company proceduresCoordinate HSEQ training programs including the maintenance of competency standardsActively analysing HSEQ performance, reporting, system updatesMaintaining the company Integrated Management System to an accredited levelABOUT YOUTo be successful in this role you will be an experienced field based HSEQ Advisor within the construction industry – Defence exposure an advantage. In addition, you will have:Proven HSEQ Advisor experienceExcellent verbal and written communication with the ability to build and maintain positive working relationshipsKnowledge of WHS and Environmental legislation and complianceCapable of self-managing your time across multiple projectsExperience in creating safety and environmental management plansIntermediate to advanced Microsoft skillsRecognised tertiary qualifications in Health & Safety or similar disciplineThe Client also offers a wide range of employee benefits and ongoing opportunity to develop individual capability including:Phone, laptop and vehicle or car allowance includedEmployee recognition programsLearning and development opportunitiesRange of perks including salary packaging options and discounted health insurance.If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button. or Contact Randstad bryan.pritchard@randstad.com.au phone 0439 072 172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    THE ROLEOur Client is currently seeking an experienced HSEQ Advisor to join their growing Katherine based team. Reporting to the HSEQ Manager, you will primarily be responsible for promoting a positive safety culture and safe work practices, monitoring, and coaching project teams on HSEQ compliance with management system policies, management plans and procedures across a range of Defence construction projects.This role is Katherine based on project sites, FIFO, DIDO and residential options will be considered.RESPONSIBILITIESAs well as developing management plans, field work inspections and assisting in setting up and managing sites from a HSEQ point of view, your responsibilities include:Promoting safety culture and safe work practicesReviewing subcontractor HSEQ documentation during mobilisationInteroperating and implementing client HSE requirementsConduct HSEQ site inspections and audits, pre-start meetings and Toolbox meetingsAdvising and educating site personnel of legislative requirements and changes to comply with company proceduresAssisting the project team in the preparation and implementation of HSEQ documentationAdministering incident and hazard reporting processes and actions as per company proceduresCoordinate HSEQ training programs including the maintenance of competency standardsActively analysing HSEQ performance, reporting, system updatesMaintaining the company Integrated Management System to an accredited levelABOUT YOUTo be successful in this role you will be an experienced field based HSEQ Advisor within the construction industry – Defence exposure an advantage. In addition, you will have:Proven HSEQ Advisor experienceExcellent verbal and written communication with the ability to build and maintain positive working relationshipsKnowledge of WHS and Environmental legislation and complianceCapable of self-managing your time across multiple projectsExperience in creating safety and environmental management plansIntermediate to advanced Microsoft skillsRecognised tertiary qualifications in Health & Safety or similar disciplineThe Client also offers a wide range of employee benefits and ongoing opportunity to develop individual capability including:Phone, laptop and vehicle or car allowance includedEmployee recognition programsLearning and development opportunitiesRange of perks including salary packaging options and discounted health insurance.If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button. or Contact Randstad bryan.pritchard@randstad.com.au phone 0439 072 172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • katherine, northern territory
    • permanent
    • AU$100,000 - AU$130,000, per year, +20%
    • full-time
    THE ROLEThe Contracts Administrator is responsible for overall commercial support and subcontractor engagement across multiple projectsDue to our expanding portfolio of awarded contracts, we are seeking a proactive and experienced Contracts Administrator to join our project team based in Katherine NT.Reporting to the State Commercial Lead NT, you will primarily be responsible for the overall contract and commercial management for our Defence projects.Local Katherine candidates are encouraged to apply, and a relocation opportunity exists with rent free accommodation, however we can also accommodate DIDO or FIFO candidates on a 3:1 roster.RESPONSIBILITIESResponsibilities for this role include:Assisting project management teams with forecasting costs and reportingPreparation of variation proposals in conjunction with Project ManagersProvide ongoing commercial and contractual support for the project teams on a day-to-day basisCarry out administration, including Document Control, RFIs, Submittals, and Transmittals and Variation registersPreparation/ negotiation/ letting of subcontract packages, and procurement schedulingNegotiations, monitor, review, analyse and prepare subcontractor and supplier contracts, variations and contract notices and update existing contractsProject closing out, administering Deeds of Release and Final AccountsIdentify areas of risk, exposure and opportunity and reportingABOUT YOURelevant tertiary qualification (Construction Management, QS, Project Management)Extensive experience in a similar commercial roleStrong analytical skills and high attention to detailProven experience in the preparation of contract agreements Understanding the risks and limitations associated with all project legal agreements and requirementsSound working knowledge of project administration and project control applicationsOutstanding ability to engage relationships with subcontractors, suppliers and internal stakeholders to build mutually beneficial relationships along with positive negotiation, conflict and influencing skillsExcellent written and oral communication skills – an ability to present information to a range of audiencesProficiency in the MS Office SuiteSuccessful candidates will be required to provide a police check no more than 12 months old and undertake a medical.If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the;apply now button.or contact bryan.pritchard@randstad.com.au phone 0439072172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    THE ROLEThe Contracts Administrator is responsible for overall commercial support and subcontractor engagement across multiple projectsDue to our expanding portfolio of awarded contracts, we are seeking a proactive and experienced Contracts Administrator to join our project team based in Katherine NT.Reporting to the State Commercial Lead NT, you will primarily be responsible for the overall contract and commercial management for our Defence projects.Local Katherine candidates are encouraged to apply, and a relocation opportunity exists with rent free accommodation, however we can also accommodate DIDO or FIFO candidates on a 3:1 roster.RESPONSIBILITIESResponsibilities for this role include:Assisting project management teams with forecasting costs and reportingPreparation of variation proposals in conjunction with Project ManagersProvide ongoing commercial and contractual support for the project teams on a day-to-day basisCarry out administration, including Document Control, RFIs, Submittals, and Transmittals and Variation registersPreparation/ negotiation/ letting of subcontract packages, and procurement schedulingNegotiations, monitor, review, analyse and prepare subcontractor and supplier contracts, variations and contract notices and update existing contractsProject closing out, administering Deeds of Release and Final AccountsIdentify areas of risk, exposure and opportunity and reportingABOUT YOURelevant tertiary qualification (Construction Management, QS, Project Management)Extensive experience in a similar commercial roleStrong analytical skills and high attention to detailProven experience in the preparation of contract agreements Understanding the risks and limitations associated with all project legal agreements and requirementsSound working knowledge of project administration and project control applicationsOutstanding ability to engage relationships with subcontractors, suppliers and internal stakeholders to build mutually beneficial relationships along with positive negotiation, conflict and influencing skillsExcellent written and oral communication skills – an ability to present information to a range of audiencesProficiency in the MS Office SuiteSuccessful candidates will be required to provide a police check no more than 12 months old and undertake a medical.If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the;apply now button.or contact bryan.pritchard@randstad.com.au phone 0439072172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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