EOI - Critical Risk Management Coordinator
Job Type: Full time
- Full-time Permanent opportunity
- Manage safety within all maintenance initiatives for the fleet
- Be part of something BIG!
REF: SF 53531
About the role
We are seeking an experienced Critical Risk Management Coordinator to join our team located in Henderson, WA. Reporting to the Senior HSE Advisor, this crucial role successfully plans, coordinates and monitors Critical Risk Activities across the business.
Main Tasks & Responsibilities:
- Review Critical Risk activity requests and ensure Job Safety Analysis (JSA) compliance with the Critical Risk Management processes;
- Liaise with stakeholders in the planning, scheduling and execution of Critical Risk activities;
- Provide ePAS user training and support;
- Lead roll out of ePAS across selected projects;
- Communicate Critical Risk Activity schedule across the business;
- Coordinate the Critical Risk Management Team consisting of Confined Space, Emergency Response, Isolations and Permit Control; and
- Assist with project pre-planning and post-project reviews to identify lessons learnt and implement continuous improvement.
- Significant experience in an HSE Advisory role or a higher level of position within HSE
- Cert IV Health & Safety Management (minimum requirement)
- RIIWHS204D Work Safely at heights (minimum requirement)
- RIIWHS202D Enter and work in confined spaces (minimum requirement)
- MSMPER200 Work in accordance with an issued permit (minimum requirement)
- MSMWHS217 Gas Test atmospheres (minimum requirement)
- Cert 111 Fire Warden (minimum requirement)
- Current Provide First Aid Certificate (minimum requirement)
- Formal Qualification in Incident Investigation with ICAM experience
- Knowledge of Legislative requirements (Environment and Workplace Health & Safety)
- Either hold, or be eligible to obtain an Australian Defence Security Clearance
What we offer you
- Our work life integration policy brings together leave entitlements which include annual leave, wellbeing leave, paid parental leave, defence reservist leave plus more;
- We offer flexible working arrangements where possible to help employees find the right balance between work and home life;
- We will provide you with a supportive and engaging environment where you can grow your career, supported by our capability framework plus ongoing access to self-led learning modules through LinkedIn Learning and access to study leave;
- You’ll have access to be Rewarded which will provide you with endless discounts across retail, health, entertainment, travel and much more, plus novated leasing options and corporate shares plan;
- Your wellbeing is supported through our online wellbeing program Munch, Mind, Move, Money, access to our employee assistance program plus you can access two days annually from your personal leave as wellbeing days;
- You’ll be able to participate in our we Recognise program which is an opportunity to recognise the outstanding work our people do each and every day.
Who we are
Babcock International Group, the aerospace and defence company, has been trusted to deliver bespoke, highly skilled engineering services for over a century.
Across Australia and New Zealand, Babcock has grown to a team of over 1,600 talented people, and we are on a path of continued growth and expansion. We operate across sectors such as defence, commercial marine, aviation, airports, communications, emergency services and engineering consultancy.
Some of the programs our team across Australia and New Zealand are proud to be a part of involve:
- Providing emergency medical and search & rescue aviation services through our Aviation & Critical Services business;
- Designing and supporting key systems for submarines and surface ships through our Marine business;
- Providing fleet wide through life support and asset management services for Navy customers;
- Managing critical assets for a range of sectors through our Land Business.
This position will work within our Marine business unit, which provides asset management solutions to the Australian maritime sector. Working closely with supply chain partners, marine provides cost-effective and responsive solutions that optimise the availability, capability, and seaworthiness of critical maritime assets. Marine supports assets across the Royal Australian Navy’s fleet – most notably the Anzac Class Frigates as a member of the Warship Asset Management Agreement (WAMA) and the Canberra Class Landing Helicopter Docks (LHD), LHD Landing Craft (LLC) and associated assets.
So, if you would like to join us and help create a safe and secure world, together, please apply via the ‘Apply Now’ button below.
To learn more about Babcock visit www.babcock.com.au.