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      • perth, western australia
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$105,000, per year, Super + 5% STI Bonus
      • part-time
      We have an exciting opportunity for a Health Safety Environment (HSE) Coordinator to join my clients growing Perth team. For 50 years this Australian Property Group has had a clearly defined purpose to 'reimagine urban life' and they have dedicated themselves to shaping Australia's urban landscape. Their evolution has been significant, growing from a small joint venture to a thriving ASX-listed property group that leads the way in sustainability, innovation and safety. As the HSE Coordinator you will be responsible for supporting the National HSE Manager during the design, implementation and monitoring of critical HSE requirements and initiatives across the Residential business to continually develop the business's HSE culture.Please note this is a permanent part-time position working equivalent to four days per week. Hours can be four days or spread across five days - the choice is yours and flexibility is key!Responsibilities of the role include but are not limited to:Undertake HSE duties as directed by the National HSE Manager consistent with the requirements of the Residential and Group’s Health Safety Environment Management Systems.Maintain a direct line of reporting to the National HSE Manager regarding all HSE matters as well and collaboration with the broader Residential and Group HSE teams.Assist in the review of HSE Management Plans, Job Safety & Environment Analysis or equivalent, insurances and other relevant HSE documentation provided by Service Providers prior to commencement of work in a timely manner.Participate in Principal Contractor (PC) HSE tender reviews and undertake HSE implementation reviews.Administer the HSE Residential Service Provider Online portal (HammerTech) for all WA portfolio with a focus on Landscaping Service Providers.Coach Service Providers to enable the compliance with company HSE requirements.Provide HSE operational support to the Residential Landscaping Team.Administer workers compensation, injury management and return to work processes and assist in the administration of any relevant case in the Team under their scope of works.Review of relevant HSE Management Plans, SWMS and WRMP across key activities and assist the business to prepare where required.Assist in the ongoing development and implementation of the HSE Management Systems and supporting policies, procedures, guidelines and awareness programs.Facilitate the dissemination of health safety environment information to all relevant personnel.Conduct investigation and formal reporting of incidents involving injury, near miss, damage to plant and equipment or environment harm within 24 hrs and ensure that appropriate and timely action is initiated to prevent recurrence.Participate in the resolution of any disputes in consultation with the National HSE Manager Residential, which may arise over workplace health safety environment issues.Assist with the delivery of HSE induction and any other HSE relevant training.Develop and maintain relationships with internal parties who operate as the 'customer's' of the HSE Coordinator role.Liaise with multiple projects and stakeholders in different teams based across multiple locations.Our client is proud to have built a culture of inclusivity, innovation and collaboration, becoming a place where people genuinely want to work. They feel fortunate to have so many talented, purpose-driven individuals on the team and their distinctive employee benefits highlight one of the ways they show their appreciation covering Lifestyle, Well-being, Community and Learning & Development. They truly understand their team is their most valuable asset, and they invest in their people accordingly. A huge part of this is creating a positive workplace environment, where people are respected, encouraged and rewarded and with employee engagement exceeding 90%, it seems this appreciation goes both ways!To be successful in the role you will require:Relevant tertiary qualifications in Work Health Safety, (a minimum of Cert IV in OHS).Indicative industry experience and operational site-based exposure in similar industries.Formally recognised audit and investigation qualifications.Sound knowledge of injury management, Return to Work and Regional HSE Legislative requirements.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Intermediate to advanced MS Office abilities and effective organisation skills.Finally, you will be a team player, have strong attention to detail and be able to prioritise tasks effectivelyOn offer for the successful HSE Coordinator:Brand new Perth CBD Offices.Great Part Time remuneration package + 5% STI Bonus + Great employee benefits.Ongoing growth and development opportunities.Join the #1 in Best Places to Work in Property, Construction & Transport for 2022 - a truly positive workplace environment, where people are respected, encouraged and rewarded.If you are an experienced HSE Coordinator, are committed and passionate about your profession and want to work with the best in a flexible and innovative working environment with strong leadership, clear career development opportunities and a wealth of health and well-being programs - do not delay and APPLY TODAY as interviews are being coordinated immediately. If you would like to know more either apply online or call Anthony Marchesani for a confidential discussion on +61 408 09 09 32.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We have an exciting opportunity for a Health Safety Environment (HSE) Coordinator to join my clients growing Perth team. For 50 years this Australian Property Group has had a clearly defined purpose to 'reimagine urban life' and they have dedicated themselves to shaping Australia's urban landscape. Their evolution has been significant, growing from a small joint venture to a thriving ASX-listed property group that leads the way in sustainability, innovation and safety. As the HSE Coordinator you will be responsible for supporting the National HSE Manager during the design, implementation and monitoring of critical HSE requirements and initiatives across the Residential business to continually develop the business's HSE culture.Please note this is a permanent part-time position working equivalent to four days per week. Hours can be four days or spread across five days - the choice is yours and flexibility is key!Responsibilities of the role include but are not limited to:Undertake HSE duties as directed by the National HSE Manager consistent with the requirements of the Residential and Group’s Health Safety Environment Management Systems.Maintain a direct line of reporting to the National HSE Manager regarding all HSE matters as well and collaboration with the broader Residential and Group HSE teams.Assist in the review of HSE Management Plans, Job Safety & Environment Analysis or equivalent, insurances and other relevant HSE documentation provided by Service Providers prior to commencement of work in a timely manner.Participate in Principal Contractor (PC) HSE tender reviews and undertake HSE implementation reviews.Administer the HSE Residential Service Provider Online portal (HammerTech) for all WA portfolio with a focus on Landscaping Service Providers.Coach Service Providers to enable the compliance with company HSE requirements.Provide HSE operational support to the Residential Landscaping Team.Administer workers compensation, injury management and return to work processes and assist in the administration of any relevant case in the Team under their scope of works.Review of relevant HSE Management Plans, SWMS and WRMP across key activities and assist the business to prepare where required.Assist in the ongoing development and implementation of the HSE Management Systems and supporting policies, procedures, guidelines and awareness programs.Facilitate the dissemination of health safety environment information to all relevant personnel.Conduct investigation and formal reporting of incidents involving injury, near miss, damage to plant and equipment or environment harm within 24 hrs and ensure that appropriate and timely action is initiated to prevent recurrence.Participate in the resolution of any disputes in consultation with the National HSE Manager Residential, which may arise over workplace health safety environment issues.Assist with the delivery of HSE induction and any other HSE relevant training.Develop and maintain relationships with internal parties who operate as the 'customer's' of the HSE Coordinator role.Liaise with multiple projects and stakeholders in different teams based across multiple locations.Our client is proud to have built a culture of inclusivity, innovation and collaboration, becoming a place where people genuinely want to work. They feel fortunate to have so many talented, purpose-driven individuals on the team and their distinctive employee benefits highlight one of the ways they show their appreciation covering Lifestyle, Well-being, Community and Learning & Development. They truly understand their team is their most valuable asset, and they invest in their people accordingly. A huge part of this is creating a positive workplace environment, where people are respected, encouraged and rewarded and with employee engagement exceeding 90%, it seems this appreciation goes both ways!To be successful in the role you will require:Relevant tertiary qualifications in Work Health Safety, (a minimum of Cert IV in OHS).Indicative industry experience and operational site-based exposure in similar industries.Formally recognised audit and investigation qualifications.Sound knowledge of injury management, Return to Work and Regional HSE Legislative requirements.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Intermediate to advanced MS Office abilities and effective organisation skills.Finally, you will be a team player, have strong attention to detail and be able to prioritise tasks effectivelyOn offer for the successful HSE Coordinator:Brand new Perth CBD Offices.Great Part Time remuneration package + 5% STI Bonus + Great employee benefits.Ongoing growth and development opportunities.Join the #1 in Best Places to Work in Property, Construction & Transport for 2022 - a truly positive workplace environment, where people are respected, encouraged and rewarded.If you are an experienced HSE Coordinator, are committed and passionate about your profession and want to work with the best in a flexible and innovative working environment with strong leadership, clear career development opportunities and a wealth of health and well-being programs - do not delay and APPLY TODAY as interviews are being coordinated immediately. If you would like to know more either apply online or call Anthony Marchesani for a confidential discussion on +61 408 09 09 32.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • part-time
      - ASAP START- 60,000k - 100,000k- Part time role 3 days a weekI am currently seeking a Work health safety officer to start working with one of my clients here in Canberra, they work across all major property sectors including commercial office, retail, residential, hotels and hospitality to health and aged care, education, government and transport. Our core areas of operations are Construction and Fit-out & Refurbishment.We are chasing a Health Safety & Environment Advisor who is seeking a part-time position with one of Australia's leading builders. We require someone to commit to 3-days per week initially with the opportunity to gain more days in the future. This could be a great position for someone that has stepped away from the industry looking for a way Your responsibilities will includeProvide advice to project teams and feedback to senior management in all matters relating to HSESupport the project teams with site reporting and compliance obligationsReview and monitor key project performance indicators for HSEAssist with the company's internal audit program in relation to HSE including reviewing audit reports and the closure of corrective actions;As required, participate in the company's external audit program in relation to HSE including communication of audit reports and assisting the project teams to close out corrective actions;Maintain a close working relationship with the regional HSE AdvisorsRepresent Built in the highest regard and lead by example;Maintain a proactive safety cultureYour work ethics should include Be a strong team player with the ability to multitask and work to strict deadlinesHave proven experience in building strong working relationships with the ability to create buy-in and positively influenceBe intermediate to advanced level of software skills with MS Office and HSE systemsHave recognised tertiary qualifications in Health & Safety or similar disciplineFlexibility to relieve other HSE Advisors in the team on other sitesQualifications and requirementsMinimum 2 years work experience in a HSE role within the Building and Construction or related industryCertificate IV OHS ManagementUnderstanding of incident investigation - ICAM preferredExposure to the HSE accreditation processOFSC experienceAS/NZS4801 experienceMy client stands by its values - Integrity, Accountability, Courage, Pride and Recognition. If you think you are the right person for this position please click “APPLY NOW” or you can Contact Jasmine on 0419 013 883 and email your updated resume to Jasmine.sitoou@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      - ASAP START- 60,000k - 100,000k- Part time role 3 days a weekI am currently seeking a Work health safety officer to start working with one of my clients here in Canberra, they work across all major property sectors including commercial office, retail, residential, hotels and hospitality to health and aged care, education, government and transport. Our core areas of operations are Construction and Fit-out & Refurbishment.We are chasing a Health Safety & Environment Advisor who is seeking a part-time position with one of Australia's leading builders. We require someone to commit to 3-days per week initially with the opportunity to gain more days in the future. This could be a great position for someone that has stepped away from the industry looking for a way Your responsibilities will includeProvide advice to project teams and feedback to senior management in all matters relating to HSESupport the project teams with site reporting and compliance obligationsReview and monitor key project performance indicators for HSEAssist with the company's internal audit program in relation to HSE including reviewing audit reports and the closure of corrective actions;As required, participate in the company's external audit program in relation to HSE including communication of audit reports and assisting the project teams to close out corrective actions;Maintain a close working relationship with the regional HSE AdvisorsRepresent Built in the highest regard and lead by example;Maintain a proactive safety cultureYour work ethics should include Be a strong team player with the ability to multitask and work to strict deadlinesHave proven experience in building strong working relationships with the ability to create buy-in and positively influenceBe intermediate to advanced level of software skills with MS Office and HSE systemsHave recognised tertiary qualifications in Health & Safety or similar disciplineFlexibility to relieve other HSE Advisors in the team on other sitesQualifications and requirementsMinimum 2 years work experience in a HSE role within the Building and Construction or related industryCertificate IV OHS ManagementUnderstanding of incident investigation - ICAM preferredExposure to the HSE accreditation processOFSC experienceAS/NZS4801 experienceMy client stands by its values - Integrity, Accountability, Courage, Pride and Recognition. If you think you are the right person for this position please click “APPLY NOW” or you can Contact Jasmine on 0419 013 883 and email your updated resume to Jasmine.sitoou@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • parramatta, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Senior Safety Advisor - Infrastructure & Rail - Western Sydney Permanent opportunity Civil Infrastructure projects Supportive and professional team culture ABOUT THE EMPLOYERA leader in the civil construction industry, this organisation offers robust and efficient construction, operations and maintenance delivery. Due to an increase in project workload there is an opportunity for an ambitious Senior Safety Advisor or Safety Advisor based in Western Sydney on infrastructure and rail projects. ABOUT THE POSITIONThe primary function of this role is to support the project team on site on projects and be a prominent source of guidance for contractors, the client and colleagues. You will get the opportunity to manage safety across the project and after this project there is the opportunity to advance in the role. You will report to the Safety Director and Construction Manager onsite to maintain Safety Management Systems and ensure they comply with Australian Standards. There is diversity in this role allowing for skills to be utilised in the field and in the office. A stable organisation with a positive culture, this role presents the chance to work alongside committed professionals who encourage a positive team environment. KEY EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:Support the project team in setting up relevant processes and documentation to plan for different phases of work. Monitor compliance with the HSE systems and processes and provide operational support to the project team. Provide project leaders, site supervisors and workers with specialist guidance and advocate for positive work health and safety change. Monitor and provide advice and training for compliance to support the effective implementation of WHS legislation, policies and procedures. Risk identification & assessment, ensuring regulations are met across the project.Carry out health and safety audits and work- place inspectionsSteer the development and implementation of Safety standards that align with compliance and due diligence requirements.Work closely with senior management to adhere to legislative requirementsPromote best practice and a positive safety culture Experience working on infrastructure or rail construction projects Experience across major excavation, earthworks & managing trades QUALIFICATION / SALARY:Diploma/Degree in WHS/OHS or safety related fieldExperience in a Senior Safety Advisor/Safety Coordinator role for a principal contractor Knowledge of high risk work activities across civil construction and rail projectsImpeccable verbal and written communication skillsCitizenship or permanent resident visa is a mustHow to apply:Apply online, applications must include an updated detailed WORD CV. Applicants must be a resident or citizen of Australia. For a confidential discussion feel free to contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Senior Safety Advisor - Infrastructure & Rail - Western Sydney Permanent opportunity Civil Infrastructure projects Supportive and professional team culture ABOUT THE EMPLOYERA leader in the civil construction industry, this organisation offers robust and efficient construction, operations and maintenance delivery. Due to an increase in project workload there is an opportunity for an ambitious Senior Safety Advisor or Safety Advisor based in Western Sydney on infrastructure and rail projects. ABOUT THE POSITIONThe primary function of this role is to support the project team on site on projects and be a prominent source of guidance for contractors, the client and colleagues. You will get the opportunity to manage safety across the project and after this project there is the opportunity to advance in the role. You will report to the Safety Director and Construction Manager onsite to maintain Safety Management Systems and ensure they comply with Australian Standards. There is diversity in this role allowing for skills to be utilised in the field and in the office. A stable organisation with a positive culture, this role presents the chance to work alongside committed professionals who encourage a positive team environment. KEY EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:Support the project team in setting up relevant processes and documentation to plan for different phases of work. Monitor compliance with the HSE systems and processes and provide operational support to the project team. Provide project leaders, site supervisors and workers with specialist guidance and advocate for positive work health and safety change. Monitor and provide advice and training for compliance to support the effective implementation of WHS legislation, policies and procedures. Risk identification & assessment, ensuring regulations are met across the project.Carry out health and safety audits and work- place inspectionsSteer the development and implementation of Safety standards that align with compliance and due diligence requirements.Work closely with senior management to adhere to legislative requirementsPromote best practice and a positive safety culture Experience working on infrastructure or rail construction projects Experience across major excavation, earthworks & managing trades QUALIFICATION / SALARY:Diploma/Degree in WHS/OHS or safety related fieldExperience in a Senior Safety Advisor/Safety Coordinator role for a principal contractor Knowledge of high risk work activities across civil construction and rail projectsImpeccable verbal and written communication skillsCitizenship or permanent resident visa is a mustHow to apply:Apply online, applications must include an updated detailed WORD CV. Applicants must be a resident or citizen of Australia. For a confidential discussion feel free to contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • rydalmere, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      National Safety & Wellbeing Manager - Western Sydney National Leadership role with a recognised brandRoaming Role Utilities ABOUT THE EMPLOYER A leader in the utilities industry, this organisation has a foothold in one of the largest construction and maintenance programs in Australia. Working in partnership with a number of contractors there is now an opportunity to join the team as a National Safety & Wellbeing Manager. They strive to deliver a safe and compliant service and always put all levels of stakeholders first. With a diverse and vast network, the company is strategically dedicated to safety leadership, culture building, operational efficiency and productivity.ABOUT THE POSITION Reporting directly to the General Manager you will champion health and safety and wellbeing for the business with a human centered approach. Managing the safety function nationally you will be instrumental in guiding and leading the operation managers and supervisors across the country. An interesting and fast paced role there is travel required within NSW and interstate as required from Monday to Friday. This is a leadership role where you will influence a strong culture driving the implementation of an efficient safety and wellbeing program. You will provide proactive coaching across the business and ensure legislative requirements are being adhered to. Safety & Wellbeing Manager Proven history in health and safety with exposure to managing high performing teams.Strong communication and engagement skills across all levels of a businessEvidence of initiatives and programs implementedPassionate about safety, a who leader enjoys coaching and mentoringImpeccable communication skills both written and verbalManagement or risk/hazards, audits and investigationsAbility to problem solve in a fast paced environment Thorough investigation and auditing experienceTertiary Qualifications in Work, Health & SafetyExperience working on bid’s and tendersCompetent to run detailed ICAM investigationsBenefits:Numerous wellbeing initiativesAttractive salary packageLongevity A team passionate about safetyTraining and mentoring, educational & professional developmentHow to apply:Apply online, applications must include an updated detailed WORD CV. Applicants must be a resident or citizen of Australia. For a confidential discussion feel free to contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      National Safety & Wellbeing Manager - Western Sydney National Leadership role with a recognised brandRoaming Role Utilities ABOUT THE EMPLOYER A leader in the utilities industry, this organisation has a foothold in one of the largest construction and maintenance programs in Australia. Working in partnership with a number of contractors there is now an opportunity to join the team as a National Safety & Wellbeing Manager. They strive to deliver a safe and compliant service and always put all levels of stakeholders first. With a diverse and vast network, the company is strategically dedicated to safety leadership, culture building, operational efficiency and productivity.ABOUT THE POSITION Reporting directly to the General Manager you will champion health and safety and wellbeing for the business with a human centered approach. Managing the safety function nationally you will be instrumental in guiding and leading the operation managers and supervisors across the country. An interesting and fast paced role there is travel required within NSW and interstate as required from Monday to Friday. This is a leadership role where you will influence a strong culture driving the implementation of an efficient safety and wellbeing program. You will provide proactive coaching across the business and ensure legislative requirements are being adhered to. Safety & Wellbeing Manager Proven history in health and safety with exposure to managing high performing teams.Strong communication and engagement skills across all levels of a businessEvidence of initiatives and programs implementedPassionate about safety, a who leader enjoys coaching and mentoringImpeccable communication skills both written and verbalManagement or risk/hazards, audits and investigationsAbility to problem solve in a fast paced environment Thorough investigation and auditing experienceTertiary Qualifications in Work, Health & SafetyExperience working on bid’s and tendersCompetent to run detailed ICAM investigationsBenefits:Numerous wellbeing initiativesAttractive salary packageLongevity A team passionate about safetyTraining and mentoring, educational & professional developmentHow to apply:Apply online, applications must include an updated detailed WORD CV. Applicants must be a resident or citizen of Australia. For a confidential discussion feel free to contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      OrganisationRandstads client is a major build company and is looking for a Residential HSE Advisor to join them and work on a major build projects in Sydney New South Wales. This amazing company prides itself on their ability to finish projects above standard and working collaboratively as a team. The Residential Division is made up of Master Planned Communities, Apartments, Design, Sales & Marketing, Finance and Operations. In the Residential sector, the company stands firmly at the forefront of innovation and quality, creating exceptional living environments in the best locations in Australia's capital cities. There is great opportunity to grow with in a company that is rapidly growing themselves.PositionThe Health Safety Environment Advisor is responsible for supporting the National HSE Manager Residential during the design, implementation and monitoring of critical HSE requirements and initiatives across the Residential business (excluding Construction) to continually develop the business's HSE culture. This is an excellent opportunity with a company that puts their people first. The position is based in Sydney CBD and will involve daily interactions with key HSE and operational stakeholders. RequirementsRelevant Qualifications in Work, Health & Safety or equivalentSimilar experience as a safety professional in a similar roleExcellent written and verbal communication skillsIntermediate to advanced MS Office skillsEffective organisation and time management skillsProactive attitude and results orientatedAustralian Citizen or Permanent Resident residing in NSW Benefits & Next Steps Exciting opportunity for an experienced safety professional to join this well- known organisation.Work alongside the National HSE Manager who is well respected in the industry.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      OrganisationRandstads client is a major build company and is looking for a Residential HSE Advisor to join them and work on a major build projects in Sydney New South Wales. This amazing company prides itself on their ability to finish projects above standard and working collaboratively as a team. The Residential Division is made up of Master Planned Communities, Apartments, Design, Sales & Marketing, Finance and Operations. In the Residential sector, the company stands firmly at the forefront of innovation and quality, creating exceptional living environments in the best locations in Australia's capital cities. There is great opportunity to grow with in a company that is rapidly growing themselves.PositionThe Health Safety Environment Advisor is responsible for supporting the National HSE Manager Residential during the design, implementation and monitoring of critical HSE requirements and initiatives across the Residential business (excluding Construction) to continually develop the business's HSE culture. This is an excellent opportunity with a company that puts their people first. The position is based in Sydney CBD and will involve daily interactions with key HSE and operational stakeholders. RequirementsRelevant Qualifications in Work, Health & Safety or equivalentSimilar experience as a safety professional in a similar roleExcellent written and verbal communication skillsIntermediate to advanced MS Office skillsEffective organisation and time management skillsProactive attitude and results orientatedAustralian Citizen or Permanent Resident residing in NSW Benefits & Next Steps Exciting opportunity for an experienced safety professional to join this well- known organisation.Work alongside the National HSE Manager who is well respected in the industry.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Environment Lead - Sydney CBDPermanent OpportunityExcellent team culture Lead national role ABOUT THE EMPLOYERAs a result of continued growth and $2billion work - in- hand, Randstad have partnered with a well known and nationally recognized construction company that has a Lead Environment Advisor vacancy in Sydney CBD. ABOUT THE POSITION This role is an exciting opportunity to take the lead on all environment matters nationally within the business. It will play a key role in the implementation of management system requirements, promoting environment and occupational hygiene awareness and driving high performance across the business. You will provide technical support on significant environmental aspects such as occupational hygiene, dewatering and liaise with the client and relevant stakeholders. YOUR DUTIES INVOLVE: Validation of control measuresFacilitating the closure of CAR’s identified during investigations and audits.Development and delivery of training packagesAssess the current system, develop a plan of improvement and identify gaps.Assisting the project teams nationally in the implementation of the company’s policies and procedures in relation to environmental compliance and occupational hygiene related mattersDeveloping, maintaining and ongoing supporting the Environment and/or Sustainability Management plan, processes and system elementsProviding advice on environmental aspects such as contamination, erosion and sediment control, heritage, ecology, waste management, noise and vibration.Applying for and managing any required environmental permits and approvals, Providing the project team with awareness of legal compliance requirementsRecording all relevant environmental data and compiling reports for both internal and external stakeholdersAssist with the company’s internal audit program in relation to HSE including reviewing auditConduct or support air monitoring, clearance inspections, asbestos, and hazardous material audits Support the deployment of drug & alcohol testing and educationCoordinate personal protective equipment fit-testing programsTraining of staff on company policies, procedures, and systems in relation to silicosisCollecting and providing exposure risk information to support asbestos removal from siteAnalysing, interpreting, and evaluating exposure dataAssist with work related injury and illness prevention managementSupport rehabilitation and return to work plansMaintain a close working relationship with the relevant regulatory bodiesAssist and as required prepare various reports on environmental complianceSupport site teams with report preparationOccupational noise & vibration surveysHazardous substance and dangerous goods managementQUALIFICATIONS Environmental Science Degree or similarProven experience across a broad range of Environment disciplines and relatedindustriesUnderstanding of work-related injury and illness prevention management to supportrehabilitation and return to work plansDesirable:Occupational hygiene formal qualificationIncident investigation methodology (e.g., ICAM)Construction industry experienceCULTURE This firm is very focussed on their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Wellbeing is also very much key to their success, they promote work life balance. BENEFITS In return you can expect a long term career with an excellent health & safety team and construction firm. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events. HOW TO APPLY To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format. Applicants must have permanent residency or citizenship. For a confidential discussion please contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Environment Lead - Sydney CBDPermanent OpportunityExcellent team culture Lead national role ABOUT THE EMPLOYERAs a result of continued growth and $2billion work - in- hand, Randstad have partnered with a well known and nationally recognized construction company that has a Lead Environment Advisor vacancy in Sydney CBD. ABOUT THE POSITION This role is an exciting opportunity to take the lead on all environment matters nationally within the business. It will play a key role in the implementation of management system requirements, promoting environment and occupational hygiene awareness and driving high performance across the business. You will provide technical support on significant environmental aspects such as occupational hygiene, dewatering and liaise with the client and relevant stakeholders. YOUR DUTIES INVOLVE: Validation of control measuresFacilitating the closure of CAR’s identified during investigations and audits.Development and delivery of training packagesAssess the current system, develop a plan of improvement and identify gaps.Assisting the project teams nationally in the implementation of the company’s policies and procedures in relation to environmental compliance and occupational hygiene related mattersDeveloping, maintaining and ongoing supporting the Environment and/or Sustainability Management plan, processes and system elementsProviding advice on environmental aspects such as contamination, erosion and sediment control, heritage, ecology, waste management, noise and vibration.Applying for and managing any required environmental permits and approvals, Providing the project team with awareness of legal compliance requirementsRecording all relevant environmental data and compiling reports for both internal and external stakeholdersAssist with the company’s internal audit program in relation to HSE including reviewing auditConduct or support air monitoring, clearance inspections, asbestos, and hazardous material audits Support the deployment of drug & alcohol testing and educationCoordinate personal protective equipment fit-testing programsTraining of staff on company policies, procedures, and systems in relation to silicosisCollecting and providing exposure risk information to support asbestos removal from siteAnalysing, interpreting, and evaluating exposure dataAssist with work related injury and illness prevention managementSupport rehabilitation and return to work plansMaintain a close working relationship with the relevant regulatory bodiesAssist and as required prepare various reports on environmental complianceSupport site teams with report preparationOccupational noise & vibration surveysHazardous substance and dangerous goods managementQUALIFICATIONS Environmental Science Degree or similarProven experience across a broad range of Environment disciplines and relatedindustriesUnderstanding of work-related injury and illness prevention management to supportrehabilitation and return to work plansDesirable:Occupational hygiene formal qualificationIncident investigation methodology (e.g., ICAM)Construction industry experienceCULTURE This firm is very focussed on their staff, encouraging constant development, training and promotion. Wellbeing is also very much key to their success, they promote work life balance. BENEFITS In return you can expect a long term career with an excellent health & safety team and construction firm. They are very much a builder that rewards their employees for their hard work, providing extended leave entitlement, corporate fun days and Team building events. HOW TO APPLY To apply or discuss in confidence these roles, please send your application in word format. Applicants must have permanent residency or citizenship. For a confidential discussion please contact Regina Fitzpatrick on 0416 847 727.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. At 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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