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Hseq Advisor, Melbourne, Symal Group

Published 2023-01-24
Expires 2023-02-24
ID #1360605379
125 AU$
Hseq Advisor, Melbourne, Symal Group
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne,
Published January 24, 2023

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Hseq advisor
Min. Salary: 100000000


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If you’re passionate about construction, and want to make the most of your talents to create a bettertomorrow, we should talk.

Symal handles the recruitment for all Symal divisions, including Bridge & Civil, Grampians Excavations, Incore Developments and Wamarra.

Symal ‘meaning together’ is a dynamic infrastructure and construction group providing innovative solutions for a diverse range of clients across Australia. We’ve always been a construction company determined to make a meaningful difference and we’re proud to have some of the best in the game working with us. We’re known as a young and ambitious group filled with energy, momentum, and innovation to drive change with bold thinking making us leaders in the building and construction industry. We cover the construction spectrum – from building to civil infrastructure, concrete structures, rail, bridges, plant hire, earthworks and property development. 

Together, we’re setting a new benchmark for collaboration, innovation, engineering and outstanding delivery for the construction industry. We are driving change together. 

The Role

The Victorian Government’s North East Link Program is Victoria’s biggest road project that will fix the missing link in Melbourne’s freeway network. The project will connect the Eastern Freeway to the M80 Ring Road with new twin tunnels, taking 15,000 trucks a day off local roads, slashing travel times by up to 35 minutes and create new open spaces and walking and cycling connections for local communities.

The project includes a massive overhaul of the Eastern Freeway, creating new express lanes and Melbourne’s first dedicated busway with two new park and ride facilities improving access to public transport in the eastern suburbs. 

Symal are working with North-East Link Program, Laing O’Rourke, Arcadis and WSP to develop and deliver value-for-money engineering solutions for North-East Link Program’s South Package, which includes Eastern Freeway upgrades between Burke Road and Tram Road including major bridge upgrades, road upgrades, lane duplications, a new interchange connecting to the North-East Link Tunnels and new and upgraded walking and cycling connections and open spaces

As HSEQ Advisor, you will be responsible for: 
Providing HSE advice and support to the project team
Conducting HSE audits, inspections, investigations and training/awareness sessions
Upholding and communicating HSE standards and implementing strategies to improve HSE performance
Assisting with the implementation of the HSE Management System and maintaining HSE registers
Liaising and providing support to the project to ensure compliance with relevant HSE laws, regulations, company policies and guidelines
Understanding and enforcing client specific safety standards and policies
About you

To be successful in this role, ideally you will have: 
Previous field experience in a HSEQ Advisor role within the Construction industry
Minimum Certificate in OHS or higher
Strong understanding and working knowledge of appropriate Australian Safety legislation, standards and codes
Demonstrated ability in advanced written and verbal communication skills
A strong commitment to maintaining a safe working environment
Why Symal 

We demonstrate genuine care for each other and our environment. As a company built on family values, we respect the views and opinions of others and work hard to create a positive, inclusive, and safe environment for all our people

At Symal, we believe in fostering partnerships today to create a better tomorrow. For our people, that means creating a culture of opportunity, enterprise, inclusion, and equality where we celebrate, nurture, and educate.

Committed to building an engaged and talented workforce, staff incentives include: 
Tailored professional development opportunitiesfor career advancement 
Opportunities to work on a wide variety of exciting and complex projects 
Annual social calendar of activities and events 
Bonus leave days including your birthday off and a wellbeing day 
Flexible working arrangements 
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.

Advertised: 18 Nov 2022 AUS Eastern Daylight Time

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