Temporary Full Time, for a period of up to twelve (12) months with the possibility of extension. Position Classification:
Health Mgr Lvl 1Remuneration:
$74, 406 p.a - $100, 090 p.aHours Per Week:
Facilitator Safety and Recovery (Temporary)
Total remuneration package valued at $110, 941 p.a (including salary $74, 406 p.a up to $100,090 p.a) annual leave loading and employer’s contribution to superannuation. Salary packaging arrangements providing additional benefits are also available.
What you’ll be doing
We are looking for a passionate facilitator to provide effective and efficient health, safety and training (HST) support and deliverables for NSWA Safety and Recovery(S&R). The purpose of the Facilitator Safety and Recovery is to design, develop, deliver, co-ordinate and evaluate Safe at Work and other training programs.
The role works in close collaboration with the S&R team ensuring identification of improvement opportunities and enables execution of innovative strategic initiatives to improve WHS performance.
The programs are designed to improve individual and organisational safety and related performance and to ensure NSW Ambulance and its employees are prepared to effectively manage risks and potential incidents. The position will work to ensure legislative, SafeWork and related risk management requirements are met, and applies educational “best practice” in WHS risk, safety management and recovery at work training programs.
- Appointment to this position is subject to a satisfactory conduct and services check including referee/supervisor check, a review of National Police check and review of the Service Check Register. A review of excess annual and sick leave, PDP status, ability to undertake full duties of the position and clearances from Legal, Regulatory and Professional Standards, Ambulance Education Centre and Infection Control.
- The successful applicant may be required to undertake duties at the other centres should the need arise.
- No Ambulance accommodation is provided.
- No entitlements to Transferred Employees Benefits (TEB) is provided
- Completion of NSW Health Mandatory Training courses is a mandatory requirement for all NSW Health and NSW Ambulance employees applying for this position.
- The successful applicant will be appointed under the terms and conditions of the Health Managers (State) Award and will be required to enter into the annual Performance Development Program
- It is preferred that you will have tertiary qualifications in a teaching/training related discipline, with experience within the emergency services sector.
- Applications must address the targeted questions, attaching any associated documents together with their resume. Candidates who do not address the targeted questions will not proceed through the selection process.
- An eligibility list may be established for future vacancies.
- Please ensure you use your work email address so ROB can identify that you are internal to NSW Ambulance and/or NSW Health.
- It is a requirement that all candidates submit their applications online via ROB.
- No paper based or email applications will be accepted.
- Current NSW Driver licence and willingness to travel as required
When applying, please address the following question in your cover letter:
1. Tell us about a time where you use innovation to reinvigorate an audience;
2. What does the term “best practice” in adult learning means to you?
NSW Ambulance is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from women, Aboriginal people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, refugees, people of diverse genders and sexuality, and people with disability.
If you are an Aboriginal person and wish to obtain more information about applying for a role within NSW Ambulance, please contact our Aboriginal Employment Coordinator, Callista Bryan, on 02 9320 7644or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to discuss any accessibility requirements in relation to your application, please contact our Diversity and Culture Advisor, Joe Wasuruj, on 02 9320 7339 or email@example.com
It is the responsibility of all staff to ensure NSW Ambulance is a workplace free from bullying and harassment. All staff must behave in a respectful and acceptable manner. Staff must report and respond appropriately to any instances or perceptions of bullying. Managers are required to implement actions that prevent or minimise the risk of unacceptable behaviours, ensuring bullying, harassment and victimisation are identified as early as possible and responded to and effectively managed.
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For role related queries or questions contact Rachael Stack via 0429 375 344
Applications Close: 21 August 2019