The role is a permanent full time position, Perth based and part of the Western Region Workplace Risk Practice, which covers Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
As a safety and health professional working with the Workplace Risk team providing consulting services on risk management to its extensive client database.
Working with a wide range of clients from diverse industries enabling you to assist them implement a WHS service solutions to suit individual needs.
To join a highly skilled team of safety professionals working in a dynamic, positive and goal driven environment.
The role includes the following key responsibilities:
•Development of WHS management systems and processes including WHS policies and procedures, hazard management improvement strategies and delivery of WHS training and information sessions.
•Conducting WHS management audits and reviews, hazard risk assessments, and incident investigations.
•Use of and involvement in WHS information management platforms used by our clients to record and manage their WHS documents, records and other WHS information and data.
•Liaising with clients’ representatives, WHS Regulators, legal providers, other third parties relevant to WHS management.
•Travelling to sites to meet with clients to discuss their needs and requirements in relation to health and safety.
What we are looking for
• The successful candidate will possess: Bachelor’s Degree in OSH, Organisational Psychology, or other related discipline or Post Graduate Degree in OSH.
• Demonstrate ability to develop strategic vision and motivation teams to fulfill the objectives.
• Certificate or other related course in any other safety related area (e.g. Auditing, Hygiene, WHS etc.).
• Lead Auditor or working towards registration with Exemplar Global.
• Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Our Ideal candidate would also have:
•Strong knowledge and understanding of WA Occupational Safety & Health legislation.
•Knowledge of other Australian jurisdictions safety legislation including harmonized WHS laws.
•Knowledge of good practice safety management approaches including Safety Management Systems.
•Knowledge and skills in contemporary WHS management practices including hazard management, incident investigation, risk assessment, safety communication, training and people engagement processes.
•Knowledge of workers’ compensation arrangements and impact of safety management.
•Well-developed verbal communication and interpersonal interaction skills.
•Strong writing skills including the ability to prepare and adapt reports to suit client needs.
•Strong organisational and time management skills, including the ability to manage multiple tasks.
•Ability to complete work within the identified timeframes when required due to urgency or peak demand periods
•Eligibility for membership to Australian Institute of Health & Safety or other related professional body.
Additional Expectations and Requirements
•You will be expected to conduct yourself in accordance with the ‘Gallagher Way’ Corporate Values and AJG Workplace Risk Team Values.
•This position requires flexible working arrangements, including the ability to work remotely and from clients’ premises with little or no supervision if required.
•You will be required to provide a serviceable motor vehicle suitable for travel to client’s premises and a valid driver’s licence.
Gallagher is one of Australia’s and the world’s largest insurance broking and risk management companies with over 30,000 employees globally. We pride ourselves on being a socially responsible, ethical and collaborative organisation expressed through our shared values The Gallagher Way. We are also proud to be named one of the 2020 World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere for the 9th consecutive time as well as being on the Forbes World’s Best Employers list as the only insurance brokerage.
Gallagher’s Workplace Risk (WPR) team is on a huge growth trajectory in 2019 and we’re seeking qualified WHS Consultants to join our team. More information about our WHS can be found online here: https://www.ajg.com.au/insurance-solutions/workplace-risk-and-workers-compensation. Our national WHS team is led by Vivienne Toll, and has a presence across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.
What will we offer?
In joining Gallagher, you will have the support of an established team with learning and development available to build your career pathway within our global business. Additional benefits:
•Competitive remuneration and incentive program
•Salary Income Protection and discounted insurances
•Salary sacrifice options including additional leave
•Discounts to major retailers through our Gallagher Rewards scheme
•The opportunity to enrol in the Employee Stock Purchase Plan to both invest in your future and share in the company’s growth potential
How to apply?
We encourage you to apply via our careers website. For further information, please contact Maria Siachico, Talent Acquisition Specialist, +61 2 9424 1734.
Any offer of employment and subsequent continuing employment is dependent upon the completion of relevant pre-employment background checks. All applicants are required to undergo employment screening through probity checks prior to commencing.
Gallagher is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer committed to the principles of workplace diversity and inclusion. We welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and lifestyle choices.