The Senior Health & Safety Systems Adviser will be responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of best practice health & safety management systems. They will be responsible for the establishment and ongoing management of the health and safety management system for Suburban Rail Loop Authority (SRLA) staff, contractors and community interactions. They will work with and across all functional disciplines at SRLA and the wider Major Transport Infrastructure Authority (MTIA) & Department of Transport (DoT) government health & safety network, with a particularly close working relationship across North East Link Project (NELP) and Major Roads Projects Victoria (MRPV). Working with minimal supervision, this position requires demonstrated capability in delivering health & safety management, assurance and compliance activities. You will also manage a small systems team. Excellent communication skills and a strong ability to influence a broad range of stakeholders are vital.
Reporting to the Safety Manager, Programs, this role will lead the development and the maintenance of the SRLA Health and Safety Management System and the associated tools that enables project delivery and unrivalled health and safety performance.
Why join us?
An emphasis on work / life balance
High-performing team environment
Equal opportunity employer
Personal & Professional development opportunities
Committed to safety & wellbeing
Training & development opportunities
How to apply
Please include a Cover Letter and Resume. We want to know why you want to work for Suburban Rail Loop Authority, why you are interested in the role, and, taking into account the Key Selection Criteria as a whole, how your skills, knowledge, experience and qualifications are applicable to the role.
Applications close 11:59 pm - Sunday, 2 October 2022
Please note, appointment of successful applicants will be made subject to a satisfactory pre-employment conditions check.
Employees at SRLA are required comply with all directions and/or policies introduced by SRLA in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic (as determined by SRLA, taking into account applicable Commonwealth or State government legislation, directions or policy as in force from time to time) including but not limited to directions or requirements regarding being vaccinated.