About North Regional TAFE
Take charge of your future with North Regional TAFE and live in one of the most pristine, remote and exciting regions in our State.
At North Regional TAFE our purpose is to deliver innovative learning solutions for individuals, industry and communities that facilitate real employment outcomes by putting the student at the centre of everything we do.
We are driven by our passion for education, deliver more than 200 nationally recognised qualifications and strive to provide educational opportunities to everyone, regardless of background, economic status, gender, race or location.
Training is also offered in non-accredited programs, short courses, work-readiness programs, literacy and numeracy, and skill sets.
North Regional TAFE is committed to equal employment opportunity and embraces diversity and inclusion within its workforce. People from diverse backgrounds including people with disabilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
As a measure to achieve equality, sections 51, 66R and 66ZP of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 apply to this position. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, young people (24 years of age and under) and people with a disability are strongly encouraged to apply and to indicate within their application to which diversity group they belong.
Find out more by visiting our website: www.northregionaltafe.wa.edu.au
About the role
We are looking for a HR person with experience and knowledge in Occupational Safety and Health.
This position is primarily responsible for coordinating and providing specialist advice to managers and workers on injury management processes, including workers compensation claims. This position will also provide advice and support to ensure compliance with the Work Health and Safety Act 2020 (WA), Workers Compensation & Injury Management Act 1981 (WA) and other relevant legislation. This position will initiate, develop and implement WHS solutions, policies and procedures and coordinate programs and projects related to health, safety and employee wellbeing.
To be successful, you will have the following…
- Experience in working with injury management or workers compensation processes
- Comprehensive understanding of work health and safety and the relevant legislative frameworks
- Experience in the use of a work health and safety management system, in particular incident and hazard reporting systems
- Be highly organised an ability to manage competing priorities
- Have high level interpersonal skills, including the ability to build working relationships with stakeholders of various levels and background and coordinate committee meetings
- High level understanding of the processes involved in undertaking work health and safety investigations and ability to identify risks and mitigation strategies.
Our employees are covered by industrial agreements providing a significant range of employment benefits including:
- Five (5) weeks paid leave
- Access to an additional 2 (two) weeks Accrued Days Off
- Air-conditioning allowance (subject to eligibility)
- Generous annual travel subsidy (subject to eligibility)
- District Allowance (subject to eligibility)
- Opportunities for professional development
- Tax reducing salary-packaging options
- Relocation allowance (if applicable and only within Western Australia)
- Subsidised Housing (subject eligibility & availability)
District Allowance Payment is paid according to the following:
- Subject to eligibility
- Public Sector CSA Agreement 2021 and Government Officers’ Salaries, Allowances and Conditions Award 1989
- Department of Commerce Labour Relations advice Circular to Departments
- Current Rates as at 3 July 2015, Circular 3 of 2019 District Allowance Rates
For Further Job Related Information
Please contact Michelle Schluter, Manager Industry Engagement on (08) 9159 6775 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Apply
Please refer to the Job Description Form for full position details and the Application Information as these documents will assist you with the preparation of your application.
Applicants are required to apply online and submit by the closing date detailed below.
- A comprehensive Resume including 2 (two) professional referees
- A brief covering letter not exceeding 2 (two) pages demonstrating your skills and experience against the requirements of the position as outlined in the attached JDF
Advertised Reference Number: NRG105.23S
Please ensure your application documents are complete and ready for upload, prior to clicking on the Apply for Job button.
If you are experiencing any difficulties applying, please contact Establishment & Recruitment on (08) 9203 3735.
Other Conditions and Eligibility
Eligibility for employment is subject to obtaining a satisfactory Department of Education Criminal Clearance. If this position involves contact with children, the recommended occupant will also be required to obtain a Working with Children (WWC) Card.
To be eligible for appointment Australian Citizenship, relevant visa or permanent residency is required.
This selection process may be used to identify suitable applicants for similar vacancies that arise within the next twelve months.
The onus is on the applicant to ensure that their application is submitted and received by the closing date and time. Late applications, proforma, faxed, hand delivered, posted and emailed applications will not be accepted.
Applications close Friday, 15 September 2023 at 4:00pm (WST).