Previous   X Next

WELLBEING, HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICER

Women's Safety Services SA

Women’s Safety Services SA (WSSSA) supports women and children who are experiencing and/or escaping domestic and family violence. WSSSA provides a range of programs and assistance to women and their children who are living with or escaping domestic or family violence.

Reporting to the People and Culture Advisor, this newly created position is responsible for providing a safe working environment and enhancing the wellbeing of the workforce. Key responsibilities include:

  • reviewing, updating and implementing WHS policies and procedures in line with relevant legislation;
  • developing and implementing wellness programs;
  • proactively identifying risks, managing hazards, investigating incidents and providing appropriate reporting;
  • achieving a positive wellbeing and safety culture, ensuring that the responsibilities are understood and implemented across the organisation and sites.

Applications are encouraged from appropriately qualified professionals with demonstrated experience in implementing contemporary wellbeing, health and safety practices. The successful candidate will be positive by nature and focussed on streamlining processes that result in improved systems and operational effectiveness.  Of critical importance, candidates must demonstrate highly developed influencing, consultation and collaboration abilities, superior communication skills and a genuine ability to engage stakeholders in establishing and maintaining productive relationships. Strong working knowledge of the Work Health and Safety Act is important.

This role is being offered at 0.6FTE and provides an outstanding opportunity for a WHS professional seeking flexibility, whilst contributing to this worthy organisation.

For a job and person specification please click on the PDF icon above or below, and for further information on our client, please visit womenssafetyservices.com.au

Applications should be addressed to Justin Hinora.  For a confidential discussion, please call Justin or Lucy Dinnison-Mitchell on (08) 8100 8830.

Previous   X Next