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<h3 class="job-ad-title">\n    Regional Health and Safety Lead\n</h3>\n<div class="e-padding-10">\n    <div class="job-ad-start-date">\n
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23/11/2023

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\n 20/12/2023

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    <div class="job-ad-type">\n        <label>Job Type:</label>\n                        Permanent - Full Time\n                </div>\n\n                <div class="job-ad-location">\n            <label>Location:</label>\n\n                                                                                                                    Auckland\n                        </div>\n    \n                <div class="job-ad-location">\n            <label>Job Category:</label>\n            Operations\n        </div>\n    \n    \n            <div class="job-ad-introduction e-margin-top-20 rt-editor">\n        <p>As we continue to grow and expand our offerings in New Zealand, we are looking for a dynamic and experienced Regional Health & Safety Lead in Auckland to implement our safety initiatives and ensure the well-being of our employees and communities.</p>\n
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As the Regional Health & Safety Lead, you will play a critical role in developing and maintaining a strong safety culture within our organisation. You will be part of sa dedicated team and work collaboratively with various departments to ensure compliance with all relevant health and safety regulations. The role requires a proactive, results driven leader who can champion safety initiatives and drive for continuous improvement.

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Job Description\n

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What is your day going to look like:

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  • Lead the implementation of the Health & Safety strategy across the Auckland region.
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  • Implement H&S policies and programmes across all business operations.
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  • Risk assessment & mitigation, develop strategies to mitigate potential hazards and risks across all workplaces.
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  • Training and education, foster a culture of safety awareness by promoting continuous learning and engagement.
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  • Incident management and regulatory compliance.
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  • Stakeholder engagement, liaising with clients, contractors and local communities to promote a shared commitment to health and safety.
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Desired Skills and Experience\n

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What is going to make you stand out:

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  • Bachelor's degree in, Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Science, or related field. Advanced degree preferred.
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  • Professional certifications such as Certified Occupational Health and Safety Professional (COHSP) or equivalent.
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  • Proven experience in a role within health and safety, preferably in a complex and diverse organisational setting.
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  • In-depth knowledge of New Zealand health and safety regulations, standards, and practices.
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  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to influence and engage with stakeholders at all levels.
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  • Demonstrated track record of developing and implementing successful health and safety programmes.
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  • Ability to lead and inspire cross-functional teams, drive change and promote a culture of safety. 
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It is important to our team you have these personal attributes: 

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  • You align with the Skills Group vital signs, Joy, Manaakitanga, Collab, Bold 
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  • You're commercial, inquisitive, and driven to make Skills Group an even better business offering. 
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  • You enjoy a collaborative, fun, but hard-working environment. 
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There is so much more to this role, so if you would like to know more, then please get in touch with Kate our Talent Acquisition Manager kate.spittal@scgnz.org to have a confidential discussion. 

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Regional Health and Safety Lead

Skills Consulting Group

Skills Consulting Group

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Auckland, New Zealand
Posted on Thursday, November 23, 2023

Regional Health and Safety Lead

23/11/2023
20/12/2023
Permanent - Full Time
Auckland
Operations

As we continue to grow and expand our offerings in New Zealand, we are looking for a dynamic and experienced Regional Health & Safety Lead in Auckland to implement our safety initiatives and ensure the well-being of our employees and communities.

As the Regional Health & Safety Lead, you will play a critical role in developing and maintaining a strong safety culture within our organisation. You will be part of sa dedicated team and work collaboratively with various departments to ensure compliance with all relevant health and safety regulations. The role requires a proactive, results driven leader who can champion safety initiatives and drive for continuous improvement.

Job Description

What is your day going to look like:

  • Lead the implementation of the Health & Safety strategy across the Auckland region.
  • Implement H&S policies and programmes across all business operations.
  • Risk assessment & mitigation, develop strategies to mitigate potential hazards and risks across all workplaces.
  • Training and education, foster a culture of safety awareness by promoting continuous learning and engagement.
  • Incident management and regulatory compliance.
  • Stakeholder engagement, liaising with clients, contractors and local communities to promote a shared commitment to health and safety.

Desired Skills and Experience

What is going to make you stand out:

  • Bachelor's degree in, Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Science, or related field. Advanced degree preferred.
  • Professional certifications such as Certified Occupational Health and Safety Professional (COHSP) or equivalent.
  • Proven experience in a role within health and safety, preferably in a complex and diverse organisational setting.
  • In-depth knowledge of New Zealand health and safety regulations, standards, and practices.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to influence and engage with stakeholders at all levels.
  • Demonstrated track record of developing and implementing successful health and safety programmes.
  • Ability to lead and inspire cross-functional teams, drive change and promote a culture of safety. 

It is important to our team you have these personal attributes: 

  • You align with the Skills Group vital signs, Joy, Manaakitanga, Collab, Bold 
  • You're commercial, inquisitive, and driven to make Skills Group an even better business offering. 
  • You enjoy a collaborative, fun, but hard-working environment. 

There is so much more to this role, so if you would like to know more, then please get in touch with Kate our Talent Acquisition Manager kate.spittal@scgnz.org to have a confidential discussion. 

This job is no longer accepting applications

See open jobs at Skills Consulting Group.