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      • perth, western australia
      • permanent
      • AU$80,000 - AU$85,000, per year, Super + Travel Allowance + Car Parking
      • full-time
      Are you ready to take your HSEQ Advisor career to the next level? Are you seeking a Perth based role with car parking? Look no further, my exclusive client is a leading provider in developing Integrated HSEQ management Systems and delivering HSEQ Support Services across a range of industries nationally. They assist organisations in developing and implementing HSEQ Management Systems with the goal of achieving accreditation to Australian, international and industry standards.Due to business growth they now have an exciting HSEQ Advisor position available for an ASAP start. This office is located in West Perth and involves working closely with the team of HSEQ Advisors and their clients to assist them in the creation and maintenance of their Management Systems to relevant Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) standards.Key ResponsibilitiesUpdate Client Profiles regularly with all relevant information and keep project files up to date.Undertake Gap Analysis Audits for clients to the required standards and produce the associated report within 1 week where possible.Facilitate meetings with clients to gather information and to review work completed.Develop and maintain a project schedule for system development projects.Inform the HSEQ Coordinator for when system reviews can be scheduled.Notify the HSEQ Coordinator of any changes to client requirements, issues or workdays.Compile and issue deliverables in accordance with project schedules or the contract.Participate in client certifying body audits as required and report findings.Maintain and keep client management system compliant with required standards and/or other requirements.Maintain client internal audit programs as required.Assist clients with other HSEQ activities such as tender support, risk workshops, incident investigation and HSE inspection on an as needs basis.Build and maintain relationships with clients and expand on the current workload where possible.Complete accurate Project Status Reports and timesheets within the designated timeframe.Inform the client and HSEQ Coordinator of any issues that could impact on achieving the contract deliverables.Share information gathered and example documents with other advisors to increase the organisation’s knowledge base.Raise improvement opportunities to further improve the Scope HSEQ Management System.Participate in operational meetings.Pass customer feedback onto the HSEQ Coordinator.Report incidents or hazards to the HSEQ Coordinator.Key Requirements:Diploma or Equivalent in Quality and/or HSE disciplines and/or 2 to 4 years relevant experience in related industry.Lead Auditor qualification and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment desirable;Strong interpersonal skills and a confident communicator;HSEQ (integrated) Lead Auditor QualificationRisk Management knowledgeProven ability to build cooperative working relationships with internal and external parties;Excellent time management and organisation skills with the ability to prioritise and complete tasks with competing deadlines;Lateral thinker with well-developed analytically and proactive problem-solving skills;Knowledge of ISO 45001, 9001,14001 and 27001 desirable.Drivers Licence and White CardOn Offer for the Successful Candidate:West Perth based role with occasional site visits - No FIFO;Excellent work life balance with flexibility to work from home;Free Wilson Car Parking in the CBD & $1200 per year travel allowance;Positive, encouraging, professional and friendly teamwork focused company culture;Your chance to advance your HSEQ career with an industry leader and take your experience to a new level!If you are an experienced HSEQ Advisor, are committed and passionate about your profession and want to work with the best - 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 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.
      Are you ready to take your HSEQ Advisor career to the next level? Are you seeking a Perth based role with car parking? Look no further, my exclusive client is a leading provider in developing Integrated HSEQ management Systems and delivering HSEQ Support Services across a range of industries nationally. They assist organisations in developing and implementing HSEQ Management Systems with the goal of achieving accreditation to Australian, international and industry standards.Due to business growth they now have an exciting HSEQ Advisor position available for an ASAP start. This office is located in West Perth and involves working closely with the team of HSEQ Advisors and their clients to assist them in the creation and maintenance of their Management Systems to relevant Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) standards.Key ResponsibilitiesUpdate Client Profiles regularly with all relevant information and keep project files up to date.Undertake Gap Analysis Audits for clients to the required standards and produce the associated report within 1 week where possible.Facilitate meetings with clients to gather information and to review work completed.Develop and maintain a project schedule for system development projects.Inform the HSEQ Coordinator for when system reviews can be scheduled.Notify the HSEQ Coordinator of any changes to client requirements, issues or workdays.Compile and issue deliverables in accordance with project schedules or the contract.Participate in client certifying body audits as required and report findings.Maintain and keep client management system compliant with required standards and/or other requirements.Maintain client internal audit programs as required.Assist clients with other HSEQ activities such as tender support, risk workshops, incident investigation and HSE inspection on an as needs basis.Build and maintain relationships with clients and expand on the current workload where possible.Complete accurate Project Status Reports and timesheets within the designated timeframe.Inform the client and HSEQ Coordinator of any issues that could impact on achieving the contract deliverables.Share information gathered and example documents with other advisors to increase the organisation’s knowledge base.Raise improvement opportunities to further improve the Scope HSEQ Management System.Participate in operational meetings.Pass customer feedback onto the HSEQ Coordinator.Report incidents or hazards to the HSEQ Coordinator.Key Requirements:Diploma or Equivalent in Quality and/or HSE disciplines and/or 2 to 4 years relevant experience in related industry.Lead Auditor qualification and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment desirable;Strong interpersonal skills and a confident communicator;HSEQ (integrated) Lead Auditor QualificationRisk Management knowledgeProven ability to build cooperative working relationships with internal and external parties;Excellent time management and organisation skills with the ability to prioritise and complete tasks with competing deadlines;Lateral thinker with well-developed analytically and proactive problem-solving skills;Knowledge of ISO 45001, 9001,14001 and 27001 desirable.Drivers Licence and White CardOn Offer for the Successful Candidate:West Perth based role with occasional site visits - No FIFO;Excellent work life balance with flexibility to work from home;Free Wilson Car Parking in the CBD & $1200 per year travel allowance;Positive, encouraging, professional and friendly teamwork focused company culture;Your chance to advance your HSEQ career with an industry leader and take your experience to a new level!If you are an experienced HSEQ Advisor, are committed and passionate about your profession and want to work with the best - 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 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.
      • pilbara, western australia
      • permanent
      • AU$130,000 - AU$140,000, per year, Super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently recruiting for an experienced Training Advisor for our clients HST Team at the Woodie Woodie Mining Operation, located in the Pilbara. This position will play an integral role in the training and assessment of all employees whilst continuing to maintain a safe workplace. This is a PERMANENT Full Time position being offered on an even time (7:7) FIFO roster. Reporting to the Senior HST Advisor, the successful applicant will be required to:Deliver skills knowledge and upskilling training in line with site requirements to achieve a safe and competent workforce across all departments onsite (Mining, Processing, Mobile Maintenance etc)Assist in the development of a training matrix of courses to support site needs and schedule individual assessments and training plans in line with the matrixAssist in managing the Training System – InTuitionFacilitation of training needs analysis (TNA’s) across the businessDevelopment and review of training packagesSupporting the implementation key L&D projectsHigh Level of operational competency in Heavy Mining EquipmentPLEASE NOTE: Training experience across the following fleet of vehicles/equipment will be highly regarded: Komatsu Excavators (PC2000)Cat Excavators (6020)Cat Graders (16M)Dozers (D10T-2 & 854K)Loaders (988K/980/950)Dump Trucks (777)Water Carts (777)Franna & Gantry CranesElevated Work PlatformsRequirements of the role include:Certificate IV TAE (Training and Assessment)Strong commitment to workplace health, safety and environment policies and proceduresPrevious experience developing and reviewing training packagesStrong knowledge of legislative requirements related to Safety & TrainingHigh level of computer literacy, particularly INX, and MS office suite preferredCurrent National Police Clearance (No older than 6 months)Proof of vaccination (Covid-19 Digital certificate PDF document issued by the Australian Government)On offer for the successful Training Advisor:Great remuneration packageFamily friendly 7:7 roster from PerthGrowth and development through Study AssistanceIf you are an experienced Training Advisor, are committed and passionate about your profession and want to work with the best - 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 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.
      Randstad is currently recruiting for an experienced Training Advisor for our clients HST Team at the Woodie Woodie Mining Operation, located in the Pilbara. This position will play an integral role in the training and assessment of all employees whilst continuing to maintain a safe workplace. This is a PERMANENT Full Time position being offered on an even time (7:7) FIFO roster. Reporting to the Senior HST Advisor, the successful applicant will be required to:Deliver skills knowledge and upskilling training in line with site requirements to achieve a safe and competent workforce across all departments onsite (Mining, Processing, Mobile Maintenance etc)Assist in the development of a training matrix of courses to support site needs and schedule individual assessments and training plans in line with the matrixAssist in managing the Training System – InTuitionFacilitation of training needs analysis (TNA’s) across the businessDevelopment and review of training packagesSupporting the implementation key L&D projectsHigh Level of operational competency in Heavy Mining EquipmentPLEASE NOTE: Training experience across the following fleet of vehicles/equipment will be highly regarded: Komatsu Excavators (PC2000)Cat Excavators (6020)Cat Graders (16M)Dozers (D10T-2 & 854K)Loaders (988K/980/950)Dump Trucks (777)Water Carts (777)Franna & Gantry CranesElevated Work PlatformsRequirements of the role include:Certificate IV TAE (Training and Assessment)Strong commitment to workplace health, safety and environment policies and proceduresPrevious experience developing and reviewing training packagesStrong knowledge of legislative requirements related to Safety & TrainingHigh level of computer literacy, particularly INX, and MS office suite preferredCurrent National Police Clearance (No older than 6 months)Proof of vaccination (Covid-19 Digital certificate PDF document issued by the Australian Government)On offer for the successful Training Advisor:Great remuneration packageFamily friendly 7:7 roster from PerthGrowth and development through Study AssistanceIf you are an experienced Training Advisor, are committed and passionate about your profession and want to work with the best - 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 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.
      • albany, western australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Our client is seeking an experienced Emergency Services Officer to lead the ESO team at their flagship operation in Australia which is located on the beautiful south coast of WA and is just 20 minutes from the coastal community of Hopetoun. Do you drive a safety first culture in your current role and have an informative communication style? Do you take a bolder, smarter approach to spot opportunities, solve problems and deliver results? If you answered yes and are seeking a new opportunity, please read on and APPLY TODAY!The purpose of the ESO Lead is to provide ongoing safety of the mine site and support the entire operation with regards to emergency preparedness and management of emergencies. The primary activities of this position is to lead, report and monitor day to day safety activities and also provide early intervention and management of illness and injuries, support other departments with ERT requirements and complete all other required duties as required. Key Responsibilities include:Daily organisation and leadership of ER functional resources to ensure business needs are metMaintain a positive approach to work and be collaborative with your peers and team matesAssist the Safety Coordinator with delivering the weekly planConduct effective and clear hand over with incoming and outgoing Emergency and Security crews.Accountable for the On-Call Emergency Response mobile phone.Maintain good working relationships with B2B and the Safety Coordinator.Site focal point for CSE and WAH rescue plans and coaching best practice for WAH and CSE through field interactionsPlan and deliver weekly ERT training exercisesPlan and Scheduled weekly and monthly ER inspections and Equipment checksTimely responses to emergency situations including activating the ERT and escalating as appropriate. Assume role of the On Scene Commander and provide accurate and timely support to the IMT.Ensure that the site has adequate coverage of ER personnel mange your team leave requests and ensure coverage is maintained.Create reports to meet business requirements – Daily, Weekly, MonthlyEnsuring that all emergency rescue equipment is maintained to a high standard, including regular inspections, organising services, the maintenance of service records and asset registers.Implementation of the Management of Emergencies Procedure and Evacuation Procedure. Direction, support and assistance of ERT members in the event of an emergency.Provide expertise and advice with regards to the review and/or development of RNO Emergency Preparedness Procedures & Protocols.Provide advice and support to the workforce on Emergency Response related mattersCustodian of site Drug and Alcohol testing and fitness for work procedure and processes forControl of site access and authorisation utilising Gallagher, PSD Logistics or other Business approved systems and processes.Controlling, recording and inspecting of vehicles accessing and egressing site.Conducting vehicle and bag inspections to restrict entry of unauthorised goods and theft of or unauthorised removal of property.Monitor site key register.Log and monitor journey management plans. Complete any and all security related statements and reports as required.Perform all other reasonable duties as required by Safety CoordinatorRequired Skills, Knowledge and Experience:Mandatory:Cert 3 Mines Rescue or Public Safety with at least 2+ year’s experience in a similar capacityCert IV Healthcare (Ambulance) or above with at least 2+ year’s experience in a clinical or emergency capacityDrug & Alcohol Testing CertificationCurrent minimum HR B licenseStrong communication skillsDemonstrated results from working collaboratively in a team environmentDesirable:INX experience, InControl, InFlight or InTuitionMental Health First Aid qualificationSafety Officer Qualification with at least 2+ year’s experience in a similar capacityCert 4 Training and AssessmentDrive under emergency conditions qualificationCurrent or previous Security qualifications and experienceSurface Ventilation Officer with DMIRSTesting and Tagging of Fire Fighting EquipmentExposure to large minerals processing and mining environmentsOn offer for the successful candidate includes:FIFO 8/6 rosterLongevity in employmentGreat career opportunityAttractive remuneration packageBe apart of a unique operationDo you like what you've read and want to join a company culture that is all about encouraging their people to think independently and to challenge convention to deliver the best results possible? If you are interested in learning more and have the necessary skills / experience as outlined above either APPLY NOW or call Anthony Marchesani on +61 408 09 09 32 for a confidential discussion. 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.
      Our client is seeking an experienced Emergency Services Officer to lead the ESO team at their flagship operation in Australia which is located on the beautiful south coast of WA and is just 20 minutes from the coastal community of Hopetoun. Do you drive a safety first culture in your current role and have an informative communication style? Do you take a bolder, smarter approach to spot opportunities, solve problems and deliver results? If you answered yes and are seeking a new opportunity, please read on and APPLY TODAY!The purpose of the ESO Lead is to provide ongoing safety of the mine site and support the entire operation with regards to emergency preparedness and management of emergencies. The primary activities of this position is to lead, report and monitor day to day safety activities and also provide early intervention and management of illness and injuries, support other departments with ERT requirements and complete all other required duties as required. Key Responsibilities include:Daily organisation and leadership of ER functional resources to ensure business needs are metMaintain a positive approach to work and be collaborative with your peers and team matesAssist the Safety Coordinator with delivering the weekly planConduct effective and clear hand over with incoming and outgoing Emergency and Security crews.Accountable for the On-Call Emergency Response mobile phone.Maintain good working relationships with B2B and the Safety Coordinator.Site focal point for CSE and WAH rescue plans and coaching best practice for WAH and CSE through field interactionsPlan and deliver weekly ERT training exercisesPlan and Scheduled weekly and monthly ER inspections and Equipment checksTimely responses to emergency situations including activating the ERT and escalating as appropriate. Assume role of the On Scene Commander and provide accurate and timely support to the IMT.Ensure that the site has adequate coverage of ER personnel mange your team leave requests and ensure coverage is maintained.Create reports to meet business requirements – Daily, Weekly, MonthlyEnsuring that all emergency rescue equipment is maintained to a high standard, including regular inspections, organising services, the maintenance of service records and asset registers.Implementation of the Management of Emergencies Procedure and Evacuation Procedure. Direction, support and assistance of ERT members in the event of an emergency.Provide expertise and advice with regards to the review and/or development of RNO Emergency Preparedness Procedures & Protocols.Provide advice and support to the workforce on Emergency Response related mattersCustodian of site Drug and Alcohol testing and fitness for work procedure and processes forControl of site access and authorisation utilising Gallagher, PSD Logistics or other Business approved systems and processes.Controlling, recording and inspecting of vehicles accessing and egressing site.Conducting vehicle and bag inspections to restrict entry of unauthorised goods and theft of or unauthorised removal of property.Monitor site key register.Log and monitor journey management plans. Complete any and all security related statements and reports as required.Perform all other reasonable duties as required by Safety CoordinatorRequired Skills, Knowledge and Experience:Mandatory:Cert 3 Mines Rescue or Public Safety with at least 2+ year’s experience in a similar capacityCert IV Healthcare (Ambulance) or above with at least 2+ year’s experience in a clinical or emergency capacityDrug & Alcohol Testing CertificationCurrent minimum HR B licenseStrong communication skillsDemonstrated results from working collaboratively in a team environmentDesirable:INX experience, InControl, InFlight or InTuitionMental Health First Aid qualificationSafety Officer Qualification with at least 2+ year’s experience in a similar capacityCert 4 Training and AssessmentDrive under emergency conditions qualificationCurrent or previous Security qualifications and experienceSurface Ventilation Officer with DMIRSTesting and Tagging of Fire Fighting EquipmentExposure to large minerals processing and mining environmentsOn offer for the successful candidate includes:FIFO 8/6 rosterLongevity in employmentGreat career opportunityAttractive remuneration packageBe apart of a unique operationDo you like what you've read and want to join a company culture that is all about encouraging their people to think independently and to challenge convention to deliver the best results possible? If you are interested in learning more and have the necessary skills / experience as outlined above either APPLY NOW or call Anthony Marchesani on +61 408 09 09 32 for a confidential discussion. 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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