St John - Voted #6 for 'Top Employer to work for in New Zealand - 2020' - Randstad Employer Brand Research 2020.
St John - Voted New Zealand's Most Trusted Charity for the 9th time in the 2022 Reader's Digest Most Trusted Brands survey.
St John - Rainbow Tick Certified - Committed to continuous quality programme improvement designed to ensure St John is safe and welcoming for all employees
The safety team partners with all areas of the organisation to facilitate, communicate and collaborate with St John's staff, volunteers and youth members. Our Health, Safety and Wellbeing strategy is built on the core objective of creating 'good work'.
We are in an exciting phase, and we need the right people to help us implement, influence and challenge, moving us forward towards our goals.
Due to the complexity of our organisation and the nature of our business, we support the needs of a hugely diverse range of staff, volunteers and partner organisations.
We look for creative, enthusiastic and capable professionals who enjoy variety, learning and building the capability of an organisation like ours. Could this be you?
St John is looking for a Safety Advisor to join the Health, Safety and Wellbeing team reporting to the Head of HSW, this role can be located anywhere in the North Island.
The purpose of this role is to engage with service line partners to understand their needs and facilitate solutions based on insights gained by becoming an integral part of the team. This role forms a critical link between our operational colleagues and the enabling services and will be trusted advisors to the organisation.
We are looking for strong technical skills with proven positive safety leadership and a growth mindset. In terms of the technical stuff......
-Significant proven experience in managing safety in a complex environment
-Tertiary Qualification in a Safety related discipline with a demonstrated commitment to professional development
-Ability to translate 'safety speak' into engaging conversations with all levels of the organisation.
-Excellent presentation, reporting and facilitation skills
-Experience with risk management, identifying risks and providing pragmatic solutions
-Experience working with progressive safety principles and how these can be applied in complex environments.
-Demonstrated experience in engaging with and learning from the organisational experts (the people who do the work!)
-The ability to influence and support organisation leaders and build lasting working relationships.
This is a great time to join the St John family and take that next step in your career and join an organisation like no other in NZ. Get in touch!
How to Apply
Apply before applications close on 24 June 2022.
Hato Hone St John is required to comply with the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021. This means to be considered for this role, you will need to be fully vaccinated, including having or intending to receive your Booster prior to commencement. (Booster vaccinations are required within 6 months of receiving your second vaccination.) Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be requested as part of the recruitment process.
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