Added 14 January 2021
About the Company:
NZ owned and operated, large, and with lots of moving parts -it’s a complex operating environment with huge emphasis on service delivery. This is a business with goals – striving for constant improvement and providing an opportunity to have a voice in your area of expertise – HS&E.
About the Role:
Operating across multiple local sites, you will report to the GM of Service Delivery in Wellington, while also working really closely with the Auckland lead for HSE.
To begin, let’s cover the core functions:
- Monitor the HSE incident / accident reporting and ensure corrective actions are implemented
- Investigate incidents or accidents using 5 WHYS or ICAM and write investigation reports
- Manage injury claims across the depots and support management in the development and monitoring of return to work plans
- Conduct and participate in HS&E inspections and audits
- Maintain the hazardous inventory databases for our workshops
- Monitor the maintenance of our depot waste management systems and manage the resource consents for environmental discharges
- Support the depot Health and Safety Committee Chairs in the delivery of the Annual HSE Plan objectives.
In short, the role is about assisting all sites in achieving the objectives of the Annual HSE Plan and building overall business capability – striving for constant improvement.
We are looking for a driven person who wants to contribute to a positive health and safety culture. Your high standards and exceptional detail go without saying!!
You’ll be a highly organised person with strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability provide subject matter expertise to different business groups – with influence!
A tertiary or professional qualification in health and safety and/or environment is required, but more important is at least 3-4 years working knowledge of the New Zealand health and safety legislation and its application.
You are confident and can self-manage - taking the initiative, with a pragmatic and logical approach. Busy, complex places don’t scare you – in fact the opposite – this is where you thrive!
Please note – applications will be managed after January 13th at which stage we can liaise and discuss further. That allows plenty of time to produce your convincing CV and secure a wonderful new 2021 role!
To find out more, please get in touch with Sandy Gibbs on 027 583 7411 for a confidential chat.
We are currently experiencing an incredibly high volume of applications and it may take us longer than usual to get back to you. It’s outside our normal service levels and we apologise. For us to focus on servicing candidates and clients to the highest possible standards, we encourage all expressions of interest to be made via this advert. This will ensure your information reaches the correct consultant promptly and we will respond to you as quickly as possible.
To apply for this vacancy you MUST be a New Zealand citizen, resident, or have already secured the right to work in New Zealand and therefore hold a valid visa.
At Tribe we have our guiding light to show us the way. We bring our whole selves to work. We encourage inclusion in every single interaction. We genuinely care about people, and are curious about their stories. We celebrate all points of view. We will help you find your tribe, the same way we have. We’re all on a journey together so come along…
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