Job Details
  • Reference372694A_1619578565
  • LocationPortland
  • Job TypePart Time
  • Posted8 days ago
  • ConsultantNimmy De Silva

Health Resource Officer

Do you have a passion for health and safety? We have an exciting opportunity for a Casual Health Resource Officer within our clients Plant Protection Department! You will be a valued member of our team, working with a diverse group of people in a friendly, welcoming, and empowering environment.

This is a 12-hour rotating shift position, approximately 2-3 shifts weekly on an adhoc basis.

Key responsibilities

  • support implementation of health and safety objectives and emergency response operations.
  • updating department procedures
  • developing response protocols
  • performing testing on fire protection systems / equipment (sprinkler systems, fire pumps).

Other work activities may include implementation of health and safety practices including:

  • work permits,
  • rescue pre-plans,
  • critical risk controls,
  • safety emergency response team training,
  • site entry requirements,
  • incident command / communication for emergencies, and
  • providing location support in a variety of health and safety functions such as incident investigation, risk identification and control, and field observations.

About you

Our clients values - act with integrity, operate with excellence, care for people - are at the foundation of everything we do. To be successful in this role and to play a part in our ongoing success you will have:

  • Cert III Mines Rescue/ Cert III Emergency Response and Rescue or equivalent or working towards the Certificate preferred,
  • excellent computer literacy,
  • a proven background and experience in emergency response,
  • a strong team orientation and customer service focus,
  • excellent interpersonal and communication skills,
  • ability to work under pressure when dealing with all levels of management, employees, community, and external agencies,
  • proven safe work practices and
  • highly developed interpersonal skills.