The Australian Venue Co. family are looking for a compliance focused team player to join our WHS team in Melbourne.
Reporting to the National WHS Manager, the successful applicant will be responsible for leading and implementing WHS improvement strategies and key programs across the business and providing expert advice.
If you are a gun at time management and attention to detail, this could be the perfect opportunity for you!
Why choose us?
Australian Venue Co. are an ever-growing organisation looking for dynamic team players to help us keep up the pace! AVC owns and operates over 170 of Australia and New Zealand's best loved pubs, bars and event spaces; from landmark institutions to humble locals, you will find our venues in cities, suburbs and regional towns Countrywide.
What does this role involve?
Leading the implementation of WHS Management systems, policies and procedures to ensure compliance and best practise in OHS Management.
Identify WHS training requirements and implement suitable programs in collaboration with relevant stakeholders
Assisting Venue Managers and relevant stakeholders in the identification, assessment and control of hazards and risks with a focus on eliminating potential hazard exposure
Assisting Venue Managers and relevant stakeholders with incident investigations and the development of subsequent corrective actions
Fostering a collaborative relationship with external stakeholders including Worksafe and Union personnel
Developing and reviewing reporting on WHS as required by Australian Venue Co. and the National WHS Manager
Analyse WHS data to produce business recommendations
Provide expert coaching and guidance to relevant Managers
What skills and experience are we looking for?
Proven experience working in multidisciplinary WHS teams, with a focus on commercial business partnering
Exposure to interpretation of WHS legislation with effective implementation of strategies within a multi-site environment
Analytical skills to develop and present relevant WHS statistical data and reports to stakeholders
Sound knowledge of applicable Acts, regulations, policy and principles of work health and safety and injury management and accredited systems (e.g. relevant WHS Laws, AS/NZS 4801 or ISO 45001)
Ability to identify organisational priorities, plan and implement awareness programs, contribute to the development of relevant training programs, and provide expert advice to the business
Strong time management, planning and organisational skills
Ability to establish effective working relationships
Strong desire to achieve and exceed results and goals
High level attention to detail
How do you apply?
Apply now on Seek or jump onto our careers page and a team member will be in touch.
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