Job - Vacancy - OSH & Corporate Risk Officer

Published on Friday, 28 January 2022 at 12:21:30 PM

OSH & CORPORATE RISK OFFICER

 

  • Flexible work arrangement available - great opportunity to work from home, anywhere in Western Australia
  • Develop and manage OSH, Corporate Risk and Contracts Management

 

The Shire of Gnowangerup is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic person to provide a high quality OSH, contracts, leases and agreements management and corporate risk function. 

 

The Shire is investing in a new cloud-based OSH and Contractor Management system and will be updating all related documents, processes and procedures to ensure compliance with the new WA Work, Health & Safety Act 2020. In addition, the role has responsibility for the management of contracts, leases and agreements, and other related projects. A laptop and mobile phone will be provided. If not based in Gnowangerup, occasional visits to the Shire will be required (to be negotiated) with accommodation provided.

 

Demonstrated experience in a similar role will be highly regarded. Experience in Local Government is preferred but not essential.

 

This is a fulltime, permanent position under the Local Government Industry Award 2020, salary and conditions are negotiable and will be in accordance with that award.

 

A Position Description can be obtained by contacting the Administration Office at gnpshire@gnowangerup.wa.gov.au or on 9827 1007.

 

Applicants are encouraged to contact the Deputy CEO, Ian Graham at ian.graham@gnowangerup.wa.gov.au or on 9827 1007 for further information. 

 

Applications should consist of a covering letter, CV and a brief statement addressing the skills and knowledge sections of the Position Description. All applications are to be marked Private and Confidential and addressed to the Chief Executive Officer. 

 

All applications must be received via email to gnpshire@gnowangerup.wa.gov.au or via mail to the Shire of Gnowangerup, 28 Yougenup Road, Gnowangerup WA 6335, by 4.00pm on Monday 21st February 2022.

 

Ian Graham

DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

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