Excellent opportunity, Leading National Company, Part of Growing National Engineering Group.
The Tasman holdings Group operates nationally and has a number of wholly owned subsidiaries that operate acrossthe mining, resources, defence, water and renewable energy sectors. Tasman has entered an exciting period of growth across our operations and are seeking an HSEQ Advisor to join the team.
This role will support both Tasman Power and Tasman Rope Access and will be based in across various operating locations throughout Australia, as required. This is a predominantly site-based role assisting our management team in safely executing projects and shutdown works. Reporting to the Groups HSEQ Manager, the HSEQ Advisor will be responsible for upholding our HSEQ culture which places the welfare of our workforce as the number one priority. This role serves as an excellent opportunity for a passionate individual to start or progress their career with the health and safety industry and receive on-the-job training from industry-recognised leaders.
Assist with investigation of all HSEQ hazards/incidents and any other organisational non-conformances
Develop HSEQ documentation
Facilitate and conduct pre-start briefings, risk and hazard assessments, toolbox talks and incident investigations
Performing workplace inspection, in-field auditing and asset inspections
Promote, develop and foster the HSEQ ethos of Tasman
Provide HSEQ expertise and continual improvement feedback to a wide range of internal and external stakeholders
Support our supervisory and management teams in safely executing work orders
To be successful in this role, you will require:
At least three years experience in the FIFO sector
Trade-certificate from a recognised institution
Qualification in OHS/WHS
A passion for the HSEQ sector and ensuring a safe working environment for all site personnel
Excellent training, presentation and training skills
Exceptional communication skills with a high level of attention to detail
Experience in using Microsoft Office software programs
Exposure to managing safety requirements in a site setting
Have a proactive, can do approach
Investigation and report writing skills
Outstanding interpersonal, communication and organisation skills
Sound knowledge of Tasman, client and regulatory HSEQ requirements
Strong leadership skills, coaching and mentoring of teams to drive success coupled with a collaborative approach to delivery of top down and bottom up initiatives into operational businesses
Please note that Tasman is an equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from women, Australian Defence Force veterans and Aboriginal, Indigenous and Torres Strait Islanders.
Tasman Power will notaccept unsolicited agency resumes. All applications will be treated confidentially and only successful applicants will be contacted.
16/06/2020$0Perth1 Mining, Resources & Energy
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