Health & Safety Advisor
Auckland Transport
Epsom, AUK
6d ago
source : ExploreJobs

Permanent employmentOpportunity for the right candidate to choose to work either Full Time (40 hours) or Part Time (32 hours)Monday to Friday, flexible office hoursPrimarily based at Mercy Hospital in Epsom with some travel to other MercyAscot and Mercy Radiology sitesWe have an opportunity for an experienced Health & Safety Advisor who is passionate about Wellbeing.

As a Health & Safety Advisor at MercyAscot, you'll report to our Health and Safety Manager and support the delivery of comprehensive health, safety and wellbeing advice to managers and employees in order to ensure that best practice is implemented across our MercyAscot hospitals and Mercy Radiology clinics.

Your main duties will include : Ensuring Health & Safety (H&S) practices meet NZ legislative requirements and standardsProviding guidance, training and support to internal and external stakeholders e.

g. general H&S queries, audits or incident reportsContributing towards the development and implementation of H&S policies, procedures and Health and wellbeing initiativesProviding project support to improve Health and Safety processes e.

g. an electronic safety and quality management systemUpkeep of H&S information on our intranetOrganising H&S meetings and programmesOther task as required by the Health and Safety managerAs the successful candidate you will have : A formal recognised qualification in Health and Safety e.

g. NEBOSH General Certificate / International General Certificate (or equivalent) is essentialMinimum 3 years' experience in a Health and Safety Advisory role, preferably within a healthcare or surgical environmentExcellent verbal and written communicationAmazing interpersonal skillsStrong analytical skillsExcellent attention to detailSuperb organisation and time management skillsA valid NZ Restricted or Full Drivers LicenceA positive, can-do attitudeAt MercyAscot, we're proud to offer our staff a great range of benefits, including : Free car parkingFlexible working hoursChristmas & New Year close-down periodCompetitive remunerationAbility to purchase additional leaveDiscounted gym membershipEmployee assistance programmeDiscounted hospital chargesVarious retail discounts - incl on e-bikesAccess to ongoing education and professional development opportunitiesMercyAscot and Mercy Radiology are a part of the Healthcare Holdings Group of companies.

MercyAscot is New Zealand's largest private surgical facility with 22 theatres across three sites including ICU and cardiac intervention facilities.

At MercyAscot we value being adaptable, having effective communication skills, being accountable for our actions and providing excellent customer service.

Mercy Radiology is an industry-leading provider of diagnostic imaging services, with locations throughout Auckland. Mercy Radiology's team of specialist radiologists, sonographers, radiographers and medical administrators are committed to providing the best in clinical service and diagnosis, as well as the highest standard of patient care and support.

At Mercy Radiology we value respect towards others, maintaining the highest service quality, demonstrating integrity and promoting unity.

Wondering what it's like to work at MercyAscot? Have a look at what our current employees have to say!If you meet the above requirements and enjoy a busy environment - this may be the opportunity for you! Click APPLY to submit your application!Applications closes midnight on Thursday 17th September 2020.

MercyAscot and Mercy Radiology reserves the right to close applications earlier than the nominated date. Interested parties are therefore recommended to apply as early as possible.

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