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Title:  Rail Safety Manager

Job Number:  9633

Wellington, WGN, NZ, 6011

Job Description

We’re all about transforming lives by finding solutions to complex challenges across a wide range of industries including infrastructure, property, rail, building and water projects in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.   
From the epic, to the intimate, everything we do improves life for someone, somewhere. It gives our business momentum and means we approach things a little differently.
While our competitors talk about what they do, we focus on why we do it. We transform communities to make them easier to move around, more connected and better to live in.
Are you up for the challenge? 

We are currently looking for a Rail Safety Manager to join our team based in Wellington. 

Responsibilities of the role include;
•    Develop and administer HSE education and compliance programs for employees, contractors and visitors within a defined workplace 
•    Contribute to the development and implement occupational health and safety procedures based on approved company policies in the areas of health, safety, and environment
•    Investigate the causes of serious events on site and recommend actions to prevent future occurrences
•    Assist the New Zealand HSE Manager in the education of Project Leaders to manage and oversee compliance and governance with our HSE management systems 
•    Provide support, coordination and advice of approved HSE practices, systems and procedures within a defined workplace 
•    Provide training education and awareness as well as mentoring for HSE aspects
•    Maintain comprehensive HSE records and manage all required HSE reporting requirements, both internally and externally
•    Maintain an update-to-date knowledge of all relevant legal, regulatory and company HSE requirements, ensuring management and staff are kept informed of any relevant changes to legal, regulatory and company HSE requirements
•    Coordinate and provide day to day specialist support to the Project Leadership team, employees, contractors, clients, and visitors during the project lifecycle
•    Liaise with key stakeholders on HSE specific requirements

To be successful in this key role, you must have;
•    Construction HSE management (5+ years)
•    Knowledge of Safety legislation and statutes and ability to interpret any applicable statutes or legislation relevant to Project
•    Diploma of Safety in Occupational Health and Safety or equivalent
•    Cert IV in Environmental Management

As part of the team, you help us deliver on our promise to transform lives. Your success is reflected in ours, so we’re committed to being an employer of choice. We pride ourselves on having a diverse and inclusive workplace, as different perspectives and ideas will deliver our long-term success. 
We’ll do all we can to help you develop your skills, and make a difference, right from the start. We have a flexible workplace and focus on all aspects of your physical and mental health and safety. We want you to be with us for the long-term, so providing you with rich career experiences and ongoing development is our priority. Women, Pasifika, Maori, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other minority groups are encouraged to apply.