SHEQ Advisor
Auckland, NZ
4d ago

Ventia’s facilities management solutions enables our clients across a broad range of sectors to focus on their core business.

We provide facility management services including; building and open space maintenance, operations, asset management, project management and delivery services.


With strong leadership and an ability to drive excellence through the commitment of our people, Ventia aims to provide an unrivalled opportunity for our people to develop their careers in a flexible, supportive and inclusive work environment that values work-life balance and diversity.

This role is critical in developing a positive safety culture as well as give you the opportunity to support and mentor a large FM contract that provides essential services to New Zealand.

This is a full time opportunity but also open to anyone interested in a flexible working arrangement i.e. working part-time or flexible hours.


Reporting to the SHEQ Manager, the SHEQ Advisor’s primary responsibility is to provide support and guidance on Safety, Health, and Environmental requirements on the Auckland Council contract, whilst working in a team environment that supports the entire Ventia business.

This role’s core focus is in developing a culture of actively caring for each other and promoting safe behaviours and living SAFE FOR LIFE values

Key Accountabilities

  • Support, monitor and enforce a zero-tolerance approach to safety risks within the Full Facilities Contract
  • Provide a positive example of commitment to safety and mentor new team members as required
  • Drive, deliver and support Auckland Council’s safety priorities and other safety programs / initiatives that promote a safe workplace
  • Provide safety technical advice to the operational team
  • Ensure that all lessons learnt and safety alerts are communicated to operational line managers in a timely fashion

  • Relevant SHEQ qualification
  • Internal auditor qualifications (ISO 9001, 14001, 45001)
  • ICAM investigation methodology or equivalent
  • Knowledge of all current and pending Health, Safety and Environment legislation
  • Industry experience in a similar environmental and / or quality role, preferably in Facilities Management, services or construction
  • Ability to identify risk and opportunities and facilitate risk-based decision making
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