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      • christchurch, canterbury
      • permanent
      • NZ$25.00 - NZ$26.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking an Administrator to support a busy clients team in ChristchurchABOUT THE ROLEThis role will be responsible in ensuring that the contract can operate effectively and profitably by providing administrative support.The role will be assisting the team with Police vetting forms and other administration tasksWe are looking for someone who has:Excellent communication skills, in person and phonePeople skills - you will be interacting with a wide variety of people+1 year experience in an office environmentOther key responsibilities:Outstanding communication skills, written and verbalStrong computer skills and the ability to pick up new systems quicklyA professional and confident telephone mannerExcellent attention to detailAdaptability and the ability to prioritise workload and problem-solveDedication, resilience and the desire to achieveA high level of personal presentation and professionalismInDesign experience would be advantageousEmail jesse.lustywinter@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently seeking an Administrator to support a busy clients team in ChristchurchABOUT THE ROLEThis role will be responsible in ensuring that the contract can operate effectively and profitably by providing administrative support.The role will be assisting the team with Police vetting forms and other administration tasksWe are looking for someone who has:Excellent communication skills, in person and phonePeople skills - you will be interacting with a wide variety of people+1 year experience in an office environmentOther key responsibilities:Outstanding communication skills, written and verbalStrong computer skills and the ability to pick up new systems quicklyA professional and confident telephone mannerExcellent attention to detailAdaptability and the ability to prioritise workload and problem-solveDedication, resilience and the desire to achieveA high level of personal presentation and professionalismInDesign experience would be advantageousEmail jesse.lustywinter@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • wellington, wellington
      • permanent
      • NZ$90,000 - NZ$110,000 per year
      • full-time
      Role available as a senior quantity surveyor with an immediate start. This position is paying a salary up to $110k based on experience and is based in Porirua.With this NZ owned residential building company you will be joining one of New Zealand's most innovative and highly regarded brands with a proven track record of delivering high quality residential projects. To be successful in this role you will need:Minimum 5 years experience as a Residential Estimator/Quantity Surveyor in New Zealand Bachelor's Degree or Diploma in Quantity Surveying (preferred) Experienced in completing Estimations, Project Budgets, Purchase orders, Variations, and Back costingExcellent communication skills Ability to use appropriate software (MS Excel, MS Office)Experience in residential new build projects in New ZealandExperience in NZBC/NZ3604Benefits include:Competitive salary of up to $110k based on experienceOffice & projects based in Porirua, WellingtonOpportunity to be a part of an established, high quality brand If this sounds like the right job for you, please apply or email myself with your CV.Don’t think this is for you but you know just the person? Don’t worry! You can still earn $500 by successfully referring someone suitable!Andreas Bastkjaer021 081 22818andreas.bastkjaer@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Role available as a senior quantity surveyor with an immediate start. This position is paying a salary up to $110k based on experience and is based in Porirua.With this NZ owned residential building company you will be joining one of New Zealand's most innovative and highly regarded brands with a proven track record of delivering high quality residential projects. To be successful in this role you will need:Minimum 5 years experience as a Residential Estimator/Quantity Surveyor in New Zealand Bachelor's Degree or Diploma in Quantity Surveying (preferred) Experienced in completing Estimations, Project Budgets, Purchase orders, Variations, and Back costingExcellent communication skills Ability to use appropriate software (MS Excel, MS Office)Experience in residential new build projects in New ZealandExperience in NZBC/NZ3604Benefits include:Competitive salary of up to $110k based on experienceOffice & projects based in Porirua, WellingtonOpportunity to be a part of an established, high quality brand If this sounds like the right job for you, please apply or email myself with your CV.Don’t think this is for you but you know just the person? Don’t worry! You can still earn $500 by successfully referring someone suitable!Andreas Bastkjaer021 081 22818andreas.bastkjaer@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • rotorua, bay of plenty
      • permanent
      • NZ$110,000 - NZ$120,000, per year, + Bonus,Vehicle, Phone, Laptop
      • full-time
      Role available as an Operations Manager with an immediate start date. This position is paying a salary of up to $120,000 plus 15 % Bonus, vehicle, and laptop and is based in the Rotorua/Taupo District in the Bay of plenty region.One of New Zealand's market leading residential housing companies is looking to bring on a new Operations Manager. You will be moving into a new role with a company with a proven track record of delivering high quality residential projects across New Zealand.You must have a minimum of 5 years experience as a residential Project Manager in New Zealand. To be successful in this role you will need:Minimum 5 years experience as a Residential Project Manager in New ZealandExperience in taking projects from excavation through to hand over/CCCExcellent communication and leadership skillsExperience in residential group housing projects and 3604 building codesLBP and Trade Qualification is preferred, but not essentialBenefits include:Competitive salary of up to $120,000 plus vehicle and bonus!Office & projects based in the Rotorua district in the B.O.P region!Opportunity to be a part of a market leading company that are at the top of their gamePotential to work on large scale projectsIf this sounds like the right job for you, please apply or email myself with your CV.Don’t think this is for you but you know just the person? Don’t worry! You can still earn $500 by successfully referring someone suitable!Andreas Bastkjaer021 081 22818andreas.bastkjaer@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Role available as an Operations Manager with an immediate start date. This position is paying a salary of up to $120,000 plus 15 % Bonus, vehicle, and laptop and is based in the Rotorua/Taupo District in the Bay of plenty region.One of New Zealand's market leading residential housing companies is looking to bring on a new Operations Manager. You will be moving into a new role with a company with a proven track record of delivering high quality residential projects across New Zealand.You must have a minimum of 5 years experience as a residential Project Manager in New Zealand. To be successful in this role you will need:Minimum 5 years experience as a Residential Project Manager in New ZealandExperience in taking projects from excavation through to hand over/CCCExcellent communication and leadership skillsExperience in residential group housing projects and 3604 building codesLBP and Trade Qualification is preferred, but not essentialBenefits include:Competitive salary of up to $120,000 plus vehicle and bonus!Office & projects based in the Rotorua district in the B.O.P region!Opportunity to be a part of a market leading company that are at the top of their gamePotential to work on large scale projectsIf this sounds like the right job for you, please apply or email myself with your CV.Don’t think this is for you but you know just the person? Don’t worry! You can still earn $500 by successfully referring someone suitable!Andreas Bastkjaer021 081 22818andreas.bastkjaer@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • waikato, waikato
      • permanent
      • NZ$85,000 - NZ$90,000, per year, + Vehicle
      • full-time
      Role available as a Site manager with an immediate start date. This position is paying a salary of up to $90,000 plus vehicle and is based in the Waikato region.One of New Zealand's market leading residential housing companies is looking to bring on a new Site Manager. You will be joining a company with a proven track record of delivering high quality residential projects of all types (stand alone, duplex, terraces, 3 storey walk ups, retirement villages).You must have a minimum of 5 years experience in the residential construction industry in New Zealand. A background in commercial construction with similar project types is also valued greatly. To be successful in this role you will need:Minimum 5 years experience in the residential construction industry in New ZealandExperience in taking projects from excavation through to hand over/CCCExcellent communication skillsExperience in residential group housing projectsBenefits include:Competitive salary of up to $90,000 plus vehicle.Office & projects based in the Waikato region!Opportunity to be a part of a market leading company that are at the top of their gamePotential to work on large scale projectsIf this sounds like the right job for you, please apply or email myself with your CV.Don’t think this is for you but you know just the person? Don’t worry! You can still earn $500 by successfully referring someone suitable!Andreas Bastkjaer021 081 22818andreas.bastkjaer@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Role available as a Site manager with an immediate start date. This position is paying a salary of up to $90,000 plus vehicle and is based in the Waikato region.One of New Zealand's market leading residential housing companies is looking to bring on a new Site Manager. You will be joining a company with a proven track record of delivering high quality residential projects of all types (stand alone, duplex, terraces, 3 storey walk ups, retirement villages).You must have a minimum of 5 years experience in the residential construction industry in New Zealand. A background in commercial construction with similar project types is also valued greatly. To be successful in this role you will need:Minimum 5 years experience in the residential construction industry in New ZealandExperience in taking projects from excavation through to hand over/CCCExcellent communication skillsExperience in residential group housing projectsBenefits include:Competitive salary of up to $90,000 plus vehicle.Office & projects based in the Waikato region!Opportunity to be a part of a market leading company that are at the top of their gamePotential to work on large scale projectsIf this sounds like the right job for you, please apply or email myself with your CV.Don’t think this is for you but you know just the person? Don’t worry! You can still earn $500 by successfully referring someone suitable!Andreas Bastkjaer021 081 22818andreas.bastkjaer@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • hamilton, waikato
      • permanent
      • full-time
      We have full-time customer service roles available with our client as a Claim’s Approval Consultant in their Hamilton contact centre. Voted as Reader’s Digest’s most trusted Health Insurance brand for 5 years running, our client puts their member's health and well-being at the heart of what they do.What you will be doing:Talk to people from all walks of life, helping them through emotionally charged conversations and difficult situationsGuiding and providing assurance to our members during their health care journeyRespond to member enquiries displaying consistently high levels of professionalismGather information, conduct research, and piece together a case to deliver a confident and clear decisionParticipate in creating and maintaining a positive, supportive and rewarding team environmentContinuously keep up to date with policy, product, and process knowledgeContribute to a culture of accountability, ownership, and trust amongst the team ​Demonstrate consistent and excellent results against performance targets ​Working 40 hours per week, Monday – FridayWho we’re looking for:You will love helping people and being a team playerYou’ll be warm and friendlyYou’ll have a growth mindset and thrive on learning new skillsYou will be self-motivated to reach your goalsYou’ll be excited about your career and growthYour experience and skills:Great with customersExcellent English skills, both verbal and writtenStrong attention to detailWhat you’ll get in return:Competitive base salary with discounted health insurance and wellness benefitsA free Fit-bit and cash rewards for completing well-being activitiesCareer development and growth opportunitiesA supportive training environmentA diverse and inclusive culture where you can bring your whole self to workA fun and collaborative work environmentDiscounted Southern Cross InsuranceIf this sounds like you, please click "APPLY"We look forward to receiving your application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We have full-time customer service roles available with our client as a Claim’s Approval Consultant in their Hamilton contact centre. Voted as Reader’s Digest’s most trusted Health Insurance brand for 5 years running, our client puts their member's health and well-being at the heart of what they do.What you will be doing:Talk to people from all walks of life, helping them through emotionally charged conversations and difficult situationsGuiding and providing assurance to our members during their health care journeyRespond to member enquiries displaying consistently high levels of professionalismGather information, conduct research, and piece together a case to deliver a confident and clear decisionParticipate in creating and maintaining a positive, supportive and rewarding team environmentContinuously keep up to date with policy, product, and process knowledgeContribute to a culture of accountability, ownership, and trust amongst the team ​Demonstrate consistent and excellent results against performance targets ​Working 40 hours per week, Monday – FridayWho we’re looking for:You will love helping people and being a team playerYou’ll be warm and friendlyYou’ll have a growth mindset and thrive on learning new skillsYou will be self-motivated to reach your goalsYou’ll be excited about your career and growthYour experience and skills:Great with customersExcellent English skills, both verbal and writtenStrong attention to detailWhat you’ll get in return:Competitive base salary with discounted health insurance and wellness benefitsA free Fit-bit and cash rewards for completing well-being activitiesCareer development and growth opportunitiesA supportive training environmentA diverse and inclusive culture where you can bring your whole self to workA fun and collaborative work environmentDiscounted Southern Cross InsuranceIf this sounds like you, please click "APPLY"We look forward to receiving your application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • waikato, waikato
      • permanent
      • NZ$85,000 - NZ$100,000 per year
      • full-time
      Role available as an intermediate Quantity Surveyor with an immediate start. This position is paying a salary up to $100,000 based on experience. With this NZ owned commercial building company you will be joining one of New Zealand's most innovative and highly regarded brands with a proven track record of delivering high quality commercial projects. To be successful in this role you will need:Minimum 3 years experience as a Commercial Estimator/Quantity Surveyor in New Zealand Bachelor's Degree or Diploma in Quantity SurveyingExperienced in completing Estimations, Project Budgets, Purchase orders, Variations, and Back costingExcellent communication skills Ability to use appropriate software (MS Excel, MS Office)Experience in NZ3910Benefits include:Competitive salary $100kOffice & projects based in Hamilton, WaikatoOpportunity to be a part of an established, high quality brandPotential to work on large scale projectsIf this sounds like the right job for you, please apply or email myself with your CV.Don’t think this is for you but you know just the person? Don’t worry! You can still earn $500 by successfully referring someone suitable!Andreas Bastkjaer021 081 22818andreas.bastkjaer@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Role available as an intermediate Quantity Surveyor with an immediate start. This position is paying a salary up to $100,000 based on experience. With this NZ owned commercial building company you will be joining one of New Zealand's most innovative and highly regarded brands with a proven track record of delivering high quality commercial projects. To be successful in this role you will need:Minimum 3 years experience as a Commercial Estimator/Quantity Surveyor in New Zealand Bachelor's Degree or Diploma in Quantity SurveyingExperienced in completing Estimations, Project Budgets, Purchase orders, Variations, and Back costingExcellent communication skills Ability to use appropriate software (MS Excel, MS Office)Experience in NZ3910Benefits include:Competitive salary $100kOffice & projects based in Hamilton, WaikatoOpportunity to be a part of an established, high quality brandPotential to work on large scale projectsIf this sounds like the right job for you, please apply or email myself with your CV.Don’t think this is for you but you know just the person? Don’t worry! You can still earn $500 by successfully referring someone suitable!Andreas Bastkjaer021 081 22818andreas.bastkjaer@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • waikato, waikato
      • permanent
      • NZ$90,000 - NZ$125,000, per year, + Vehicle
      • full-time
      Role available as a Project Manager with an immediate start date. This position is paying a salary of up to $125,000 plus vehicle and is based in the Waikato region.One of New Zealand's market leading residential housing companies is looking to bring on a new Project Manager. You will be joining a company with a proven track record of delivering high quality residential projects of all types (stand alone, duplex, terraces, 3 storey walk ups, retirement villages).You must have a minimum of 5 years experience as a residential Site Manager or Project Manager in New Zealand. A background in commercial construction with similar project types is also valued greatly. To be successful in this role you will need:Minimum 5 years experience as a Residential Site Manager in New ZealandExperience scheduling & managing subcontractorsExperience in taking projects from excavation through to hand over/CCCExcellent communication skillsExperience in residential group housing projectsLBP is preferable, but not essentialBenefits include:Competitive salary of up to $125,000 plus vehicle.Office & projects based in the Waikato region!Opportunity to be a part of a market leading company that are at the top of their gamePotential to work on large scale projectsIf this sounds like the right job for you, please apply or email myself with your CV.Don’t think this is for you but you know just the person? Don’t worry! You can still earn $500 by successfully referring someone suitable!Andreas Bastkjaer021 081 22818andreas.bastkjaer@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Role available as a Project Manager with an immediate start date. This position is paying a salary of up to $125,000 plus vehicle and is based in the Waikato region.One of New Zealand's market leading residential housing companies is looking to bring on a new Project Manager. You will be joining a company with a proven track record of delivering high quality residential projects of all types (stand alone, duplex, terraces, 3 storey walk ups, retirement villages).You must have a minimum of 5 years experience as a residential Site Manager or Project Manager in New Zealand. A background in commercial construction with similar project types is also valued greatly. To be successful in this role you will need:Minimum 5 years experience as a Residential Site Manager in New ZealandExperience scheduling & managing subcontractorsExperience in taking projects from excavation through to hand over/CCCExcellent communication skillsExperience in residential group housing projectsLBP is preferable, but not essentialBenefits include:Competitive salary of up to $125,000 plus vehicle.Office & projects based in the Waikato region!Opportunity to be a part of a market leading company that are at the top of their gamePotential to work on large scale projectsIf this sounds like the right job for you, please apply or email myself with your CV.Don’t think this is for you but you know just the person? Don’t worry! You can still earn $500 by successfully referring someone suitable!Andreas Bastkjaer021 081 22818andreas.bastkjaer@randstad.co.nzAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • auckland, auckland
      • permanent
      • NZ$53,000 per year
      • full-time
      We have full-time customer service roles available with in a Health Insurance Company based in their contact centre in the Auckland CBD. The role consists of taking inbound calls and supporting members through their healthcare journey, answering questions regarding their health insurance cover and entitlement to make claims. What you will be doing:Talk to people from all walks of life, helping them through emotionally charged conversations and difficult situationsGuiding and providing assurance to our members during their health care journeyRespond to member enquiries displaying consistently high levels of professionalismGather information, conduct research, and piece together a case to deliver a confident and clear decisionParticipate in creating and maintaining a positive, supportive and rewarding team environmentContinuously keep up to date with policy, product, and process knowledgeContribute to a culture of accountability, ownership, and trust amongst the team ​Demonstrate consistent and excellent results against performance targets ​Working 40 hours per week, Monday – FridayWho we’re looking for:You will love helping people and being a team playerYou’ll be warm and friendlyYou’ll have a growth mindset and thrive on learning new skillsYou will be self-motivated to reach your goalsYou’ll be excited about your career and growthYour experience and skills:Great with customersExcellent English skills, both verbal and writtenStrong attention to detailWhat you’ll get in return:Competitive base salary with discounted health insurance and wellness benefitsA free Fit-bit and cash rewards for completing well-being activitiesCareer development and growth opportunitiesA supportive training environmentA diverse and inclusive culture where you can bring your whole self to workA fun and collaborative work environmentDiscounted InsuranceIf this sounds like you, please click "APPLY"We look forward to receiving your application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We have full-time customer service roles available with in a Health Insurance Company based in their contact centre in the Auckland CBD. The role consists of taking inbound calls and supporting members through their healthcare journey, answering questions regarding their health insurance cover and entitlement to make claims. What you will be doing:Talk to people from all walks of life, helping them through emotionally charged conversations and difficult situationsGuiding and providing assurance to our members during their health care journeyRespond to member enquiries displaying consistently high levels of professionalismGather information, conduct research, and piece together a case to deliver a confident and clear decisionParticipate in creating and maintaining a positive, supportive and rewarding team environmentContinuously keep up to date with policy, product, and process knowledgeContribute to a culture of accountability, ownership, and trust amongst the team ​Demonstrate consistent and excellent results against performance targets ​Working 40 hours per week, Monday – FridayWho we’re looking for:You will love helping people and being a team playerYou’ll be warm and friendlyYou’ll have a growth mindset and thrive on learning new skillsYou will be self-motivated to reach your goalsYou’ll be excited about your career and growthYour experience and skills:Great with customersExcellent English skills, both verbal and writtenStrong attention to detailWhat you’ll get in return:Competitive base salary with discounted health insurance and wellness benefitsA free Fit-bit and cash rewards for completing well-being activitiesCareer development and growth opportunitiesA supportive training environmentA diverse and inclusive culture where you can bring your whole self to workA fun and collaborative work environmentDiscounted InsuranceIf this sounds like you, please click "APPLY"We look forward to receiving your application.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • christchurch, canterbury
      • temporary
      • NZ$22.00 - NZ$29.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad are the number 1 recruitment agency in the world, and we take pride in working with some of the biggest employers in New Zealand. Locally, we strive to partner with you to ensure that the next step in your career is seamless and stress-free. Randstad are currently seeking candidates who are interested in temporary administration roles in 2022. These roles will be full time, and in a variety of locations around Christchurch. We are looking for people who have prior experience within busy office environments. If you have experience in the following areas, are a fast learner and savvy with technology then we want to talk with you!About You:You will be available immediately or within a two week time frameHave great attention to detail and accurate data inputStrong processing skillsAdministrative and Customer service experienceTo be a successful temp you are likely to have the following attributes:Flexibility to take on a variety of tasks in a range of different work environmentsThe ability to hit the ground running and pick up new tasks and systems quicklyExcellent communication skills, written and verbalA positive can do attitude and self-motivationProfessional manner and appearancePrevious administration experience is desirablePay rate hourly $22-29 per hour depending on the rolePlease send your CV to: jesse.lustywinter@randstad.co.nz or contact us on 03 335 3563At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad are the number 1 recruitment agency in the world, and we take pride in working with some of the biggest employers in New Zealand. Locally, we strive to partner with you to ensure that the next step in your career is seamless and stress-free. Randstad are currently seeking candidates who are interested in temporary administration roles in 2022. These roles will be full time, and in a variety of locations around Christchurch. We are looking for people who have prior experience within busy office environments. If you have experience in the following areas, are a fast learner and savvy with technology then we want to talk with you!About You:You will be available immediately or within a two week time frameHave great attention to detail and accurate data inputStrong processing skillsAdministrative and Customer service experienceTo be a successful temp you are likely to have the following attributes:Flexibility to take on a variety of tasks in a range of different work environmentsThe ability to hit the ground running and pick up new tasks and systems quicklyExcellent communication skills, written and verbalA positive can do attitude and self-motivationProfessional manner and appearancePrevious administration experience is desirablePay rate hourly $22-29 per hour depending on the rolePlease send your CV to: jesse.lustywinter@randstad.co.nz or contact us on 03 335 3563At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • hamilton, waikato
      • temporary
      • part-time
      Randstad are working with Philip Morris in recruiting Retail Assistants for their IQ Vape stores across Auckland and Hamilton. Do you want to work for an organisation who is committed to delivering a smoke-free future? We are on the hunt to find the next Retail Assistant superstars for Philip Morris to work in their brand new stores in Auckland and Hamilton. Work for an organisation that is working towards helping adults switch to smoke free alternatives from cigarettes. The fresh, modern and minimalistic design of the stores highlight the great range of products they have on offer. About the role:Philip Morris launched their reduced risk products in 2018 under the umbrella of IQOS and since then have transformed massively as an organisation. This role is being the face of their products and going above and beyond to provide exceptional customer service. You will be involved in providing education and advice for the range of products they have on offer. We are looking for passionate team members, who pride themselves on a friendly approachable nature, and a solid focus on customer service and providing solutions. In the role you would be tasked with helping customers begin and maintain their smoke free journey in line with Philip Morris’ goal to provide a reduced risk alternative to traditional cigarette smoking, through their two distinct platform technologies – heated tobacco and e-cigarette (VEEV). Hours: Part Time, 24 hours working three days across Monday to Sunday between 9:00am - 8:00pm.Pay rate: $23 per hour + 8% holiday pay + incentives Responsibilities:Providing excellent customer service.Assisting customers with product advice.Cash handling and POS.Stock management and reporting. The ideal candidate will have:Customer service or retail experience.Excellent communication skills.Ability to build rapport with customers of all walks of life.Comfortable using excel for reporting. The role will initially begin as a fixed term role of around 6 months, with potential for longer term opportunities. Philip Morris offers career progression as well as learning and development in the role. If you think this sounds like you, please hit the “APPLY” button. We will then send you an application form and more details about the recruitment process.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad are working with Philip Morris in recruiting Retail Assistants for their IQ Vape stores across Auckland and Hamilton. Do you want to work for an organisation who is committed to delivering a smoke-free future? We are on the hunt to find the next Retail Assistant superstars for Philip Morris to work in their brand new stores in Auckland and Hamilton. Work for an organisation that is working towards helping adults switch to smoke free alternatives from cigarettes. The fresh, modern and minimalistic design of the stores highlight the great range of products they have on offer. About the role:Philip Morris launched their reduced risk products in 2018 under the umbrella of IQOS and since then have transformed massively as an organisation. This role is being the face of their products and going above and beyond to provide exceptional customer service. You will be involved in providing education and advice for the range of products they have on offer. We are looking for passionate team members, who pride themselves on a friendly approachable nature, and a solid focus on customer service and providing solutions. In the role you would be tasked with helping customers begin and maintain their smoke free journey in line with Philip Morris’ goal to provide a reduced risk alternative to traditional cigarette smoking, through their two distinct platform technologies – heated tobacco and e-cigarette (VEEV). Hours: Part Time, 24 hours working three days across Monday to Sunday between 9:00am - 8:00pm.Pay rate: $23 per hour + 8% holiday pay + incentives Responsibilities:Providing excellent customer service.Assisting customers with product advice.Cash handling and POS.Stock management and reporting. The ideal candidate will have:Customer service or retail experience.Excellent communication skills.Ability to build rapport with customers of all walks of life.Comfortable using excel for reporting. The role will initially begin as a fixed term role of around 6 months, with potential for longer term opportunities. Philip Morris offers career progression as well as learning and development in the role. If you think this sounds like you, please hit the “APPLY” button. We will then send you an application form and more details about the recruitment process.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • otara, auckland
      • temporary
      • full-time
      Randstad are working with Philip Morris in recruiting Retail Assistants for their IQ Vape stores across Auckland. Do you want to work for an organisation who is committed to delivering a smoke-free future?We are on the hunt to find the next Retail Assistant superstars for Philip Morris to work in their brand new stores in Auckland. Work for an organisation that is working towards helping adults switch to smoke free alternatives from cigarettes. The fresh, modern and minimalistic design of the stores highlight the great range of products they have on offer. About the role: Philip Morris launched their reduced risk products in 2018 under the umbrella of IQOS and since then have transformed massively as an organisation. This role is being the face of their products and going above and beyond to provide exceptional customer service. You will be involved in providing education and advice for the range of products they have on offer. We are looking for passionate team members, who pride themselves on a friendly approachable nature, and a solid focus on customer service and providing solutions. In the role you would be tasked with helping customers begin and maintain their smoke free journey in line with Philip Morris’ goal to provide a reduced risk alternative to traditional cigarette smoking, through their two distinct platform technologies – heated tobacco and e-cigarette (VEEV).Hours: Full Time, 40 hours working five days across Monday to Sunday between 9:00am - 8:00pm.Pay rate: $23 per hour + 8% holiday pay + Perfomance bonus ($1000 per quarter, up to $4000 per annum) Responsibilities:Providing excellent customer service.Assisting customers with product advice.Cash handling and POS.Stock management and reporting.The ideal candidate will have:Customer service or retail experience.Excellent communication skills.Ability to build rapport with customers of all walks of life.Comfortable using excel for reporting.The role will initially begin as a fixed term role of around 6 months, with potential for longer term opportunities. Philip Morris offers career progression as well as learning and development in the role. If you think this sounds like you, please hit the “APPLY” button. We will then send you an application form and more details about the recruitment process. Feel free to email us on temp@randstad.co.nz if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad are working with Philip Morris in recruiting Retail Assistants for their IQ Vape stores across Auckland. Do you want to work for an organisation who is committed to delivering a smoke-free future?We are on the hunt to find the next Retail Assistant superstars for Philip Morris to work in their brand new stores in Auckland. Work for an organisation that is working towards helping adults switch to smoke free alternatives from cigarettes. The fresh, modern and minimalistic design of the stores highlight the great range of products they have on offer. About the role: Philip Morris launched their reduced risk products in 2018 under the umbrella of IQOS and since then have transformed massively as an organisation. This role is being the face of their products and going above and beyond to provide exceptional customer service. You will be involved in providing education and advice for the range of products they have on offer. We are looking for passionate team members, who pride themselves on a friendly approachable nature, and a solid focus on customer service and providing solutions. In the role you would be tasked with helping customers begin and maintain their smoke free journey in line with Philip Morris’ goal to provide a reduced risk alternative to traditional cigarette smoking, through their two distinct platform technologies – heated tobacco and e-cigarette (VEEV).Hours: Full Time, 40 hours working five days across Monday to Sunday between 9:00am - 8:00pm.Pay rate: $23 per hour + 8% holiday pay + Perfomance bonus ($1000 per quarter, up to $4000 per annum) Responsibilities:Providing excellent customer service.Assisting customers with product advice.Cash handling and POS.Stock management and reporting.The ideal candidate will have:Customer service or retail experience.Excellent communication skills.Ability to build rapport with customers of all walks of life.Comfortable using excel for reporting.The role will initially begin as a fixed term role of around 6 months, with potential for longer term opportunities. Philip Morris offers career progression as well as learning and development in the role. If you think this sounds like you, please hit the “APPLY” button. We will then send you an application form and more details about the recruitment process. Feel free to email us on temp@randstad.co.nz if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • manurewa, auckland
      • temporary
      • full-time
      Randstad are working with Philip Morris in recruiting Retail Assistants for their IQ Vape stores across Auckland. Do you want to work for an organisation who is committed to delivering a smoke-free future? We are on the hunt to find the next Retail Assistant superstars for Philip Morris. Work for an organisation that is working towards helping adults switch to smoke free alternatives from cigarettes. The fresh, modern and minimalistic design of the stores highlight the great range of products they have on offer. About the role:Philip Morris launched their reduced risk products in 2018 under the umbrella of IQOS and since then have transformed massively as an organisation. This role is being the face of their products and going above and beyond to provide exceptional customer service. You will be involved in providing education and advice for the range of products they have on offer. We are looking for passionate team members, who pride themselves on a friendly approachable nature, and a solid focus on customer service and providing solutions. In the role you would be tasked with helping customers begin and maintain their smoke free journey in line with Philip Morris’ goal to provide a reduced risk alternative to traditional cigarette smoking, through their two distinct platform technologies – heated tobacco and e-cigarette (VEEV). Hours: Full Time, 40 hours (five days) across Monday to Sunday between 9:00am - 8:00pm.Pay rate: $23 per hour + 8% holiday pay + Perfomance bonus ($1000 per quarter, up to $4000 per annum) Responsibilities:Providing excellent customer service.Assisting customers with product advice.Cash handling and POS.Stock management and reporting. The ideal candidate will have:Customer service or retail experience.Excellent communication skills.Ability to build rapport with customers of all walks of life.Comfortable using excel for reporting. The role will initially begin as a fixed term role of around 6 months, with potential for longer term opportunities. Philip Morris offers career progression as well as learning and development in the role. If you think this sounds like you, please hit the “APPLY” button. We will then send you an application form and more details about the recruitment process. Feel free to email us on temp@randstad.co.nz if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad are working with Philip Morris in recruiting Retail Assistants for their IQ Vape stores across Auckland. Do you want to work for an organisation who is committed to delivering a smoke-free future? We are on the hunt to find the next Retail Assistant superstars for Philip Morris. Work for an organisation that is working towards helping adults switch to smoke free alternatives from cigarettes. The fresh, modern and minimalistic design of the stores highlight the great range of products they have on offer. About the role:Philip Morris launched their reduced risk products in 2018 under the umbrella of IQOS and since then have transformed massively as an organisation. This role is being the face of their products and going above and beyond to provide exceptional customer service. You will be involved in providing education and advice for the range of products they have on offer. We are looking for passionate team members, who pride themselves on a friendly approachable nature, and a solid focus on customer service and providing solutions. In the role you would be tasked with helping customers begin and maintain their smoke free journey in line with Philip Morris’ goal to provide a reduced risk alternative to traditional cigarette smoking, through their two distinct platform technologies – heated tobacco and e-cigarette (VEEV). Hours: Full Time, 40 hours (five days) across Monday to Sunday between 9:00am - 8:00pm.Pay rate: $23 per hour + 8% holiday pay + Perfomance bonus ($1000 per quarter, up to $4000 per annum) Responsibilities:Providing excellent customer service.Assisting customers with product advice.Cash handling and POS.Stock management and reporting. The ideal candidate will have:Customer service or retail experience.Excellent communication skills.Ability to build rapport with customers of all walks of life.Comfortable using excel for reporting. The role will initially begin as a fixed term role of around 6 months, with potential for longer term opportunities. Philip Morris offers career progression as well as learning and development in the role. If you think this sounds like you, please hit the “APPLY” button. We will then send you an application form and more details about the recruitment process. Feel free to email us on temp@randstad.co.nz if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • new plymouth central, taranaki
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role: WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in their Specialist Interventions team. For the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) we are looking for candidates anywhere in New Zealand except Timaru or Westport. WorkSafe is the Government’s health and safety regulator charged with leading the biggest shakeup of health and safety in a generation. We’re seeking people who are truly passionate about changing the way all Kiwis’ view health and safety and making sure the injury and fatality rates reduce. You start as a trainee and progress your way through a series of in-house training courses, on the job experience and coaching until you obtain a Certificate of Appointment giving you powers as an Inspector. Your training doesn't stop there as you continue to build your skills and knowledge to become a highly competent investigator and regulator. As a Health and Safety Inspector - Investigations you will bring a high level of integrity, excellent judgement, and decision-making skills. You should have an aptitude for learning and be resilient and prepared to work as part of a team. Being able to build rapport with all stakeholders is essential to the role as you’ll be dealing with a wide range of people. Our investigations inspectors manage cases by investigating incidents and events where people have been hurt or a fatality may have occurred. All our inspectors enforce the law when they see non-compliance so being firm and fair are essential quantities.The work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Ngā herenga - Requirements of the role: Be a NZ/Australian citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car Show commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when required What experience do you need? Ideally, we’re looking to hear from people who already have experience in investigations across all industries whether in a health and safety space, another regulator or law enforcement. If you don’t have this experience in health and safety assessments, audits, or investigations but you believe you have the right skillset to become an investigator, we’re keen to hear from you too. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfully What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is employer that recognises your needsIf this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nzHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves psychometric/cognitive testing, a video interview, phone interview and a face to face interview.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service to the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role: WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in their Specialist Interventions team. For the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) we are looking for candidates anywhere in New Zealand except Timaru or Westport. WorkSafe is the Government’s health and safety regulator charged with leading the biggest shakeup of health and safety in a generation. We’re seeking people who are truly passionate about changing the way all Kiwis’ view health and safety and making sure the injury and fatality rates reduce. You start as a trainee and progress your way through a series of in-house training courses, on the job experience and coaching until you obtain a Certificate of Appointment giving you powers as an Inspector. Your training doesn't stop there as you continue to build your skills and knowledge to become a highly competent investigator and regulator. As a Health and Safety Inspector - Investigations you will bring a high level of integrity, excellent judgement, and decision-making skills. You should have an aptitude for learning and be resilient and prepared to work as part of a team. Being able to build rapport with all stakeholders is essential to the role as you’ll be dealing with a wide range of people. Our investigations inspectors manage cases by investigating incidents and events where people have been hurt or a fatality may have occurred. All our inspectors enforce the law when they see non-compliance so being firm and fair are essential quantities.The work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Ngā herenga - Requirements of the role: Be a NZ/Australian citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car Show commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when required What experience do you need? Ideally, we’re looking to hear from people who already have experience in investigations across all industries whether in a health and safety space, another regulator or law enforcement. If you don’t have this experience in health and safety assessments, audits, or investigations but you believe you have the right skillset to become an investigator, we’re keen to hear from you too. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfully What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is employer that recognises your needsIf this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nzHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves psychometric/cognitive testing, a video interview, phone interview and a face to face interview.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service to the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • tauranga, bay of plenty
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Tauranga to start on the 22nd of August 2022. You will be joining an experienced and cohesive team, who are all experts in their relevant industry fields. The area that you will be covering will be from the Coromandel Peninsula down to Whangamata. You will gain valuable experience and knowledge, working across a wide range of industries: from construction and manufacturing to agriculture and kiwifruit farms. This is a well-established team who pride themselves on their supportiveness and operate in a picturesque area of NZ.WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Tauranga to start on the 22nd of August 2022. You will be joining an experienced and cohesive team, who are all experts in their relevant industry fields. The area that you will be covering will be from the Coromandel Peninsula down to Whangamata. You will gain valuable experience and knowledge, working across a wide range of industries: from construction and manufacturing to agriculture and kiwifruit farms. This is a well-established team who pride themselves on their supportiveness and operate in a picturesque area of NZ.WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • auckland, auckland
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role: WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in their Specialist Interventions team. For the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) we are looking for candidates anywhere in New Zealand except Timaru or Westport. WorkSafe is the Government’s health and safety regulator charged with leading the biggest shakeup of health and safety in a generation. We’re seeking people who are truly passionate about changing the way all Kiwis’ view health and safety and making sure the injury and fatality rates reduce. You start as a trainee and progress your way through a series of in-house training courses, on the job experience and coaching until you obtain a Certificate of Appointment giving you powers as an Inspector. Your training doesn't stop there as you continue to build your skills and knowledge to become a highly competent investigator and regulator. As a Health and Safety Inspector - Investigations you will bring a high level of integrity, excellent judgement, and decision-making skills. You should have an aptitude for learning and be resilient and prepared to work as part of a team. Being able to build rapport with all stakeholders is essential to the role as you’ll be dealing with a wide range of people. Our investigations inspectors manage cases by investigating incidents and events where people have been hurt or a fatality may have occurred. All our inspectors enforce the law when they see non-compliance so being firm and fair are essential quantities.The work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Ngā herenga - Requirements of the role: Be a NZ/Australian citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car Show commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when required What experience do you need? Ideally, we’re looking to hear from people who already have experience in investigations across all industries whether in a health and safety space, another regulator or law enforcement. If you don’t have this experience in health and safety assessments, audits, or investigations but you believe you have the right skillset to become an investigator, we’re keen to hear from you too. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfully What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is employer that recognises your needsIf this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nzHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves psychometric/cognitive testing, a video interview, phone interview and a face to face interview.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service to the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role: WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in their Specialist Interventions team. For the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) we are looking for candidates anywhere in New Zealand except Timaru or Westport. WorkSafe is the Government’s health and safety regulator charged with leading the biggest shakeup of health and safety in a generation. We’re seeking people who are truly passionate about changing the way all Kiwis’ view health and safety and making sure the injury and fatality rates reduce. You start as a trainee and progress your way through a series of in-house training courses, on the job experience and coaching until you obtain a Certificate of Appointment giving you powers as an Inspector. Your training doesn't stop there as you continue to build your skills and knowledge to become a highly competent investigator and regulator. As a Health and Safety Inspector - Investigations you will bring a high level of integrity, excellent judgement, and decision-making skills. You should have an aptitude for learning and be resilient and prepared to work as part of a team. Being able to build rapport with all stakeholders is essential to the role as you’ll be dealing with a wide range of people. Our investigations inspectors manage cases by investigating incidents and events where people have been hurt or a fatality may have occurred. All our inspectors enforce the law when they see non-compliance so being firm and fair are essential quantities.The work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Ngā herenga - Requirements of the role: Be a NZ/Australian citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car Show commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when required What experience do you need? Ideally, we’re looking to hear from people who already have experience in investigations across all industries whether in a health and safety space, another regulator or law enforcement. If you don’t have this experience in health and safety assessments, audits, or investigations but you believe you have the right skillset to become an investigator, we’re keen to hear from you too. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfully What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is employer that recognises your needsIf this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nzHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves psychometric/cognitive testing, a video interview, phone interview and a face to face interview.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service to the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • palmerston north, manawatu
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role: WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in their Specialist Interventions team. For the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) we are looking for candidates anywhere in New Zealand except Timaru or Westport. WorkSafe is the Government’s health and safety regulator charged with leading the biggest shakeup of health and safety in a generation. We’re seeking people who are truly passionate about changing the way all Kiwis’ view health and safety and making sure the injury and fatality rates reduce. You start as a trainee and progress your way through a series of in-house training courses, on the job experience and coaching until you obtain a Certificate of Appointment giving you powers as an Inspector. Your training doesn't stop there as you continue to build your skills and knowledge to become a highly competent investigator and regulator. As a Health and Safety Inspector - Investigations you will bring a high level of integrity, excellent judgement, and decision-making skills. You should have an aptitude for learning and be resilient and prepared to work as part of a team. Being able to build rapport with all stakeholders is essential to the role as you’ll be dealing with a wide range of people. Our investigations inspectors manage cases by investigating incidents and events where people have been hurt or a fatality may have occurred. All our inspectors enforce the law when they see non-compliance so being firm and fair are essential quantities.The work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Ngā herenga - Requirements of the role: Be a NZ/Australian citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car Show commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when required What experience do you need? Ideally, we’re looking to hear from people who already have experience in investigations across all industries whether in a health and safety space, another regulator or law enforcement. If you don’t have this experience in health and safety assessments, audits, or investigations but you believe you have the right skillset to become an investigator, we’re keen to hear from you too. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfully What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is employer that recognises your needsIf this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nzHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves psychometric/cognitive testing, a video interview, phone interview and a face to face interview.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service to the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role: WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in their Specialist Interventions team. For the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) we are looking for candidates anywhere in New Zealand except Timaru or Westport. WorkSafe is the Government’s health and safety regulator charged with leading the biggest shakeup of health and safety in a generation. We’re seeking people who are truly passionate about changing the way all Kiwis’ view health and safety and making sure the injury and fatality rates reduce. You start as a trainee and progress your way through a series of in-house training courses, on the job experience and coaching until you obtain a Certificate of Appointment giving you powers as an Inspector. Your training doesn't stop there as you continue to build your skills and knowledge to become a highly competent investigator and regulator. As a Health and Safety Inspector - Investigations you will bring a high level of integrity, excellent judgement, and decision-making skills. You should have an aptitude for learning and be resilient and prepared to work as part of a team. Being able to build rapport with all stakeholders is essential to the role as you’ll be dealing with a wide range of people. Our investigations inspectors manage cases by investigating incidents and events where people have been hurt or a fatality may have occurred. All our inspectors enforce the law when they see non-compliance so being firm and fair are essential quantities.The work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Ngā herenga - Requirements of the role: Be a NZ/Australian citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car Show commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when required What experience do you need? Ideally, we’re looking to hear from people who already have experience in investigations across all industries whether in a health and safety space, another regulator or law enforcement. If you don’t have this experience in health and safety assessments, audits, or investigations but you believe you have the right skillset to become an investigator, we’re keen to hear from you too. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfully What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is employer that recognises your needsIf this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nzHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves psychometric/cognitive testing, a video interview, phone interview and a face to face interview.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service to the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • wellington, wellington
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role: WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in their Specialist Interventions team. For the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) we are looking for candidates anywhere in New Zealand except Timaru or Westport. WorkSafe is the Government’s health and safety regulator charged with leading the biggest shakeup of health and safety in a generation. We’re seeking people who are truly passionate about changing the way all Kiwis’ view health and safety and making sure the injury and fatality rates reduce. You start as a trainee and progress your way through a series of in-house training courses, on the job experience and coaching until you obtain a Certificate of Appointment giving you powers as an Inspector. Your training doesn't stop there as you continue to build your skills and knowledge to become a highly competent investigator and regulator. As a Health and Safety Inspector - Investigations you will bring a high level of integrity, excellent judgement, and decision-making skills. You should have an aptitude for learning and be resilient and prepared to work as part of a team. Being able to build rapport with all stakeholders is essential to the role as you’ll be dealing with a wide range of people. Our investigations inspectors manage cases by investigating incidents and events where people have been hurt or a fatality may have occurred. All our inspectors enforce the law when they see non-compliance so being firm and fair are essential quantities.The work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Ngā herenga - Requirements of the role: Be a NZ/Australian citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car Show commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when required What experience do you need? Ideally, we’re looking to hear from people who already have experience in investigations across all industries whether in a health and safety space, another regulator or law enforcement. If you don’t have this experience in health and safety assessments, audits, or investigations but you believe you have the right skillset to become an investigator, we’re keen to hear from you too. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfully What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is employer that recognises your needsIf this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nzHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves psychometric/cognitive testing, a video interview, phone interview and a face to face interview.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service to the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role: WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in their Specialist Interventions team. For the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) we are looking for candidates anywhere in New Zealand except Timaru or Westport. WorkSafe is the Government’s health and safety regulator charged with leading the biggest shakeup of health and safety in a generation. We’re seeking people who are truly passionate about changing the way all Kiwis’ view health and safety and making sure the injury and fatality rates reduce. You start as a trainee and progress your way through a series of in-house training courses, on the job experience and coaching until you obtain a Certificate of Appointment giving you powers as an Inspector. Your training doesn't stop there as you continue to build your skills and knowledge to become a highly competent investigator and regulator. As a Health and Safety Inspector - Investigations you will bring a high level of integrity, excellent judgement, and decision-making skills. You should have an aptitude for learning and be resilient and prepared to work as part of a team. Being able to build rapport with all stakeholders is essential to the role as you’ll be dealing with a wide range of people. Our investigations inspectors manage cases by investigating incidents and events where people have been hurt or a fatality may have occurred. All our inspectors enforce the law when they see non-compliance so being firm and fair are essential quantities.The work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Ngā herenga - Requirements of the role: Be a NZ/Australian citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car Show commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when required What experience do you need? Ideally, we’re looking to hear from people who already have experience in investigations across all industries whether in a health and safety space, another regulator or law enforcement. If you don’t have this experience in health and safety assessments, audits, or investigations but you believe you have the right skillset to become an investigator, we’re keen to hear from you too. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfully What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is employer that recognises your needsIf this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nzHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves psychometric/cognitive testing, a video interview, phone interview and a face to face interview.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service to the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • christchurch central, canterbury
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role: WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in their Specialist Interventions team. For the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) we are looking for candidates anywhere in New Zealand except Timaru or Westport. WorkSafe is the Government’s health and safety regulator charged with leading the biggest shakeup of health and safety in a generation. We’re seeking people who are truly passionate about changing the way all Kiwis’ view health and safety and making sure the injury and fatality rates reduce. You start as a trainee and progress your way through a series of in-house training courses, on the job experience and coaching until you obtain a Certificate of Appointment giving you powers as an Inspector. Your training doesn't stop there as you continue to build your skills and knowledge to become a highly competent investigator and regulator. As a Health and Safety Inspector - Investigations you will bring a high level of integrity, excellent judgement, and decision-making skills. You should have an aptitude for learning and be resilient and prepared to work as part of a team. Being able to build rapport with all stakeholders is essential to the role as you’ll be dealing with a wide range of people. Our investigations inspectors manage cases by investigating incidents and events where people have been hurt or a fatality may have occurred. All our inspectors enforce the law when they see non-compliance so being firm and fair are essential quantities.The work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Ngā herenga - Requirements of the role: Be a NZ/Australian citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car Show commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when required What experience do you need? Ideally, we’re looking to hear from people who already have experience in investigations across all industries whether in a health and safety space, another regulator or law enforcement. If you don’t have this experience in health and safety assessments, audits, or investigations but you believe you have the right skillset to become an investigator, we’re keen to hear from you too. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfully What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is employer that recognises your needsIf this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nzHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves psychometric/cognitive testing, a video interview, phone interview and a face to face interview.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service to the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role: WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in their Specialist Interventions team. For the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) we are looking for candidates anywhere in New Zealand except Timaru or Westport. WorkSafe is the Government’s health and safety regulator charged with leading the biggest shakeup of health and safety in a generation. We’re seeking people who are truly passionate about changing the way all Kiwis’ view health and safety and making sure the injury and fatality rates reduce. You start as a trainee and progress your way through a series of in-house training courses, on the job experience and coaching until you obtain a Certificate of Appointment giving you powers as an Inspector. Your training doesn't stop there as you continue to build your skills and knowledge to become a highly competent investigator and regulator. As a Health and Safety Inspector - Investigations you will bring a high level of integrity, excellent judgement, and decision-making skills. You should have an aptitude for learning and be resilient and prepared to work as part of a team. Being able to build rapport with all stakeholders is essential to the role as you’ll be dealing with a wide range of people. Our investigations inspectors manage cases by investigating incidents and events where people have been hurt or a fatality may have occurred. All our inspectors enforce the law when they see non-compliance so being firm and fair are essential quantities.The work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Ngā herenga - Requirements of the role: Be a NZ/Australian citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car Show commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when required What experience do you need? Ideally, we’re looking to hear from people who already have experience in investigations across all industries whether in a health and safety space, another regulator or law enforcement. If you don’t have this experience in health and safety assessments, audits, or investigations but you believe you have the right skillset to become an investigator, we’re keen to hear from you too. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfully What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is employer that recognises your needsIf this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nzHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves psychometric/cognitive testing, a video interview, phone interview and a face to face interview.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service to the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • albany, auckland
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Albany to start on the 22nd of August 2022.The North Shore of Tāmaki Makaurau is a growing landscape of major development. As you drive north up the SH1, it is hard not to notice the growth in this area of Tāmaki Makaurau. With growth also comes greater risk. You will be working in a diverse team, who all want to ensure that workplace health and safety is being correctly regulated. Due to the multilingual nature of the area, the successful candidate will need to have exceptional communication skills, and the ability to speak another language is preferable. WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Albany to start on the 22nd of August 2022.The North Shore of Tāmaki Makaurau is a growing landscape of major development. As you drive north up the SH1, it is hard not to notice the growth in this area of Tāmaki Makaurau. With growth also comes greater risk. You will be working in a diverse team, who all want to ensure that workplace health and safety is being correctly regulated. Due to the multilingual nature of the area, the successful candidate will need to have exceptional communication skills, and the ability to speak another language is preferable. WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • wellington central
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Wellington to start on the 22nd of August 2022.Te Whanganui-a-Tara - WellingtonIn keeping the best little capital safe and healthy, you’ll get to visit construction and manufacturing sites, before travelling up the Kapiti Coast or through the Wairarapa to visit forestry and agricultural businesses. The team in Te Whanganui-a-Tara are experts in their fields and have built a tight-knit culture.WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Wellington to start on the 22nd of August 2022.Te Whanganui-a-Tara - WellingtonIn keeping the best little capital safe and healthy, you’ll get to visit construction and manufacturing sites, before travelling up the Kapiti Coast or through the Wairarapa to visit forestry and agricultural businesses. The team in Te Whanganui-a-Tara are experts in their fields and have built a tight-knit culture.WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • auckland, auckland
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Auckland Central to start on the 22nd of August 2022.Tāmaki Makaurau - Auckland Central As most of us have experienced, Tāmaki Makaurau is a hub of major development construction, both commercially and residentially. You will find yourself immersed in ensuring that everyone working on these busy sites, are working in the safest environment. You will be working in a collaborative team that lives and breathes the values of the organisation. WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Auckland Central to start on the 22nd of August 2022.Tāmaki Makaurau - Auckland Central As most of us have experienced, Tāmaki Makaurau is a hub of major development construction, both commercially and residentially. You will find yourself immersed in ensuring that everyone working on these busy sites, are working in the safest environment. You will be working in a collaborative team that lives and breathes the values of the organisation. WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • manukau, auckland
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Manukau to start on the 22nd of August 2022.The Manukau team covers Otahuhu to the Bombay Hills, and have a focus on the construction, manufacturing, logistics and occupational health industries. This team works collaboratively, therefore we are seeking a self-aware individual who is willing to contribute to the team's goals and is also able to ask for assistance when needed. Due to the multilingual nature of Auckland, the successful candidate will need to have exceptional communication skills. Experience in occupational health or mental health is highly sought after, as are speakers of a second language.WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Manukau to start on the 22nd of August 2022.The Manukau team covers Otahuhu to the Bombay Hills, and have a focus on the construction, manufacturing, logistics and occupational health industries. This team works collaboratively, therefore we are seeking a self-aware individual who is willing to contribute to the team's goals and is also able to ask for assistance when needed. Due to the multilingual nature of Auckland, the successful candidate will need to have exceptional communication skills. Experience in occupational health or mental health is highly sought after, as are speakers of a second language.WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • timaru central, canterbury
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 - NZ$68,850 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Timaru to start on the 22nd of August 2022.WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. The South Canterbury Team is a small close knit team who are part of the wider Canterbury Team. The office covers from the Waitaki River to Ashburton, and there are ample opportunities to work in the wider Canterbury and Southern Region. We are seeking a self-aware individual who can work autonomously, and is willing to contribute to not only the team's goals, but also to the wider organisational goals. You will be working alongside like-minded individuals who share the same passion for workplace health and safety, ensuring that everyone has the right to return home healthy and safe. You will be working across a wide range of industries: from construction and manufacturing to agriculture and processingThis may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Timaru to start on the 22nd of August 2022.WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. The South Canterbury Team is a small close knit team who are part of the wider Canterbury Team. The office covers from the Waitaki River to Ashburton, and there are ample opportunities to work in the wider Canterbury and Southern Region. We are seeking a self-aware individual who can work autonomously, and is willing to contribute to not only the team's goals, but also to the wider organisational goals. You will be working alongside like-minded individuals who share the same passion for workplace health and safety, ensuring that everyone has the right to return home healthy and safe. You will be working across a wide range of industries: from construction and manufacturing to agriculture and processingThis may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • invercargill, southland
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,120 per year
      • full-time
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Invercargill to start on the 22nd of August 2022. WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. Waihōpai - InvercargillOur Invercargill office is a passionate & dedicated team of health and safety professionals. The office covers from Stewart Island to Balclutha and across to Fiordland. You will engage with manufacturing, construction, forestry, agriculture, tourism and adventure activity businesses. You will meet a diverse range of people from many backgrounds & cultures, so will need to be agile in your communication style and approach. You will be working alongside like-minded individuals who share the same passion for workplace health and safety, ensuring that everyone who goes to work returns home healthy and safe. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Tēnei tūranga - About the role:Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mauWorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Invercargill to start on the 22nd of August 2022. WorkSafe inspectors are out in the community everyday, conducting assessments and investigations, educating well meaning workers and business owners about how they can contribute to a safe workplace while enforcing health and safety legislation. The world of work continues to grow in complexity, and WorkSafe inspectors need to be able to traverse across all sectors and manage the associated issues. Waihōpai - InvercargillOur Invercargill office is a passionate & dedicated team of health and safety professionals. The office covers from Stewart Island to Balclutha and across to Fiordland. You will engage with manufacturing, construction, forestry, agriculture, tourism and adventure activity businesses. You will meet a diverse range of people from many backgrounds & cultures, so will need to be agile in your communication style and approach. You will be working alongside like-minded individuals who share the same passion for workplace health and safety, ensuring that everyone who goes to work returns home healthy and safe. This may have been a role you never thought about, but you may have all of the skills we’re looking for. Health and safety is undergoing a major shift in New Zealand, and you could be a part of inspiring others to change the culture to make offices, sites, farms, factories and other work places over New Zealand safer for their workers. The advice and guidance you provide could save lives. We’re particularly interested in hearing from candidates with industry experience in forestry, construction, manufacturing and agriculture.Some of the key attributes we’re looking for include:An analytical mindset - be able to read legislation to understand what this means and explain it people on the ground.Exceptional people skills - be the person who can connect with stakeholders, build rapport, show compassion and influence change. Understand and apply practical ideas: be able to listen and understand the business’ practices and assess if it meets their obligations, (i.e. help to translate the building code into a practical sense)An interest in health and safety and helping organisations and workers implement practices in line with best practice and legislationHave the confidence to speak with, educate and inspire anyone: workers, board members, managers and CEOs.Be an adaptable self starter - whether working on your own or with others, you’ll be able to look at the situation in front of you and decide on the best way forward. What is in it for you?You will receive discounted health insurance and fully paid life, income protection and trauma insuranceFour weeks annual leave plus 3 extra leave days at Xmas/New Year Ongoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway, plus opportunities for ongoing developmentWorkplace flexibility once you are trained and warranted: you will need to be able to complete the fundamentals of your position, however, WorkSafe is an employer that recognises your needsTo be considered for this role, you must hold:Have a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual car NZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipShow commitment to follow policies and procedures Can write business documents and reportsBe computer literate Be flexible to work across locations and once warranted, be rostered for after-hours and weekend work as requiredThe work is varied and interesting, but at times can be challenging as you will be exposed to traumatic events, files, photos and statements. Professional supervision is available. However, please do contact us to be sure this role is right for you before applying if you are unsure.Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves an additional application form, psychometric/cognitive testing, a virtual interview and an assessment centre. Ngā Mātāpono – Our ValuesOur values represent our unity and shared set of beliefs. They outline how we behave and act and keep our waka sailing in the right direction.Whakakotahi - We’re united in a strong purposeTiakina Mai - We’re entrusted with a duty of careKōrero mai - We engage meaningfullyHei te 13th of June mutu ai te wahānga whai tono - Applications close on the 13th of June.WorkSafe are committed to having a diverse workforce to service the variety of industries, workers and situations that inspectors will deal with. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds.If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. If you have any specific questions please head to our WorkSafe website and look at the FAQ - https://www.randstad.co.nz/worksafe/Mehemea he pātai āu, whakapā mai worksafenz@randstad.co.nz. If you still have a question please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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