Health Safety and Wellbeing Consultant
- Full time, fixed term (parental leave replacement) for 12 months, to December 2024
- Geelong office location, with flexibility to work remotely
- Competitive salary $101,233 base plus superannuation – plus great benefits!
Care in Action
With a career at the TAC, you’ll be helping us look out for the lives of everyone who travels on Victoria’s roads. That’s care in action.
Right now, we’re seeking a Health Safety and Wellbeing Consultant who will play their part in this shared purpose, while also supporting the progress of clients and colleagues so they can achieve great things. That’s truly rewarding work that will help us continue to deliver life-critical services where it matters.
About the role
The Health Safety and Wellbeing Consultant partners with leaders and employees across the organisation to support the health, safety and wellbeing of staff in line with the TAC’s HSW policies, procedures and legislative obligations. This role supports the execution of the TAC’s HSW Strategy, implementation and review of HSW processes and activities including the identification, management and control of psychosocial hazards, prevention and management of work and non-work related injuries and the management of occupational health and safety issues.
This role will be a part of our passionate and driven Health Safety and Wellbeing team which sits within our broader People & Culture division. The team consists of 3 consultants and a Health, Safety and Wellbeing Coordinator who report into the Manager, HSW.
This role will provide the opportunity to enhance your skills through a diverse range of tasks and initiatives on top of the formal professional learning and development that is offered with the position.
What we’re looking for
Health Safety and Wellbeing Knowledge and Experience
- Experience in RTW and injury management (work related and non work related), risk management and internal assurance activities
- Demonstrated ability to manage OHS physical and psychosocial risks and hazards
- Experience in developing and managing HSW Policies, Procedures, Safe Work Practices and Guidelines
- Comprehensive knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety legislation, regulations and relevant standards
Strong Communication Skills and Team Player
- Proven ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders
Motivated and Strategic Thinker
- Support with leading key initiatives in line with the HSW strategy to positively influence and to continue to meet the needs of our people and to improve our HSW at the TAC.
Why you’ll love it here
There’s more to work than a competitive salary and amazing employee benefits. As our newest HSW Consultant you’ll also:
Be rewarded for great work
Corporate incentive plans, quarterly excellence rewards, and development pathways. Do great work and you’ll get rewarded for it.
Grow and go places
We’re invested in your progress. When you work for one of Victoria’s largest and leading workplaces, you’ll receive extensive opportunities for internal development.
Be supported at every step
Be a part of an inclusive, diverse team that thrives on support and collaboration. With flexible working arrangements to suit you and your lifestyle.
Ready to put care in action? We’d like to hear from you.
Click apply to submit your Cover Letter and Resume. If successful, you’ll progress to an interview. All applicants will be advised of the outcome of their application.
For more information, read the attached Position Description or contact Tamika Russell on 03 93000771 for a confidential discussion. Applications for this role will be accepted up until 11:55pm on Sunday 24th September 2023.
If we can do anything to help make applying for this role easier, please let our People & Culture Team know at People_Culture@tac.vic.gov.au. If over the phone is better for you, our number is 5225 7500.
A safe place to work
We’re committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of employees. This extends to inclusion, diversity and accessibility in our employment practices. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people, people with disability, women and gender diverse people, culturally diverse and LGBTIQ+ people to apply for our roles.