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Contractor Safety Advisor

Contractor Safety Advisor

Job Title: Contractor Safety Advisor
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Melbourne
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: BRE0305
Contact Name: Bryony Reid
Contact Email:
Job Published: March 18, 2021 15:46

Job Description

Contractor Safety Advisor 
Public Sector People are working in partnership with a Local Government in the South East in hiring a 12 month fixed term contract, Contractor Safety Advisor.
  • Band 7: $96,509 - $108,000 per annum + super
  • 12 Months Fixed Term - Full time (view for permanency)
  • Friendly, fast paced and supportive environment

About the role:

Reporting to the Corporate Safety Lead, and forming part of the Corporate Safety Team, the position will deliver focused contractor safety services across the Infrastructure & Environment division, specifically with regard to project delivery involving external contractor operations.
  • Be accountable for, and assist others with the administration of the Rapid On-line Contractor Management System
  • Assist with developing and implementing governance documentation to support the best practice in managing contractor OHS practice
  • Deliver Contractor Inductions and Site Inductions where necessary
  • Review Contractor safety documentation to identify contractors whom can be offered work with Council
  • Maintain the active contractor database in relation to license/permits and other essential contractor requirements within Rapid.
  • Conduct regular on-site inspections to ensure safe processes are practiced and implemented
  • Develop and implement training programs for all Contract Managers within the division to ensure compliance in the management of OHS practices of contractors

Requirements Include:
  • Degree, Diploma or recognised course in OHS, Safety Science or relevant
  • Experience in an OHS role (minimum of 5 years is recommended)
  • Demonstrated ability to lead, train and support people with awareness and development of safety principles, legislative understanding, and practice
  • Extensive experience in developing and engaging stakeholder relationships where teamwork delivers results
Other requirements include:
  • Systems ability - to use and learn systems and applications of relevance
  • Satisfactory Police Check 
  • A current Working with Children Card
For further information or to request a position description please contact Bryony Reid, Public Sector People on (03) 8535 3111 or email


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