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      • manukau, auckland
      • permanent
      • NZ$67,000 - NZ$74,000 per year
      • full-time
      Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mau WorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Manukau to start on the 14th of Feburary 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. 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 insuranceOngoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway.Workplace 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 needs You must hold to be considered for this role:Full drivers licenceNZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenship Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves a written activity, psychometric/cognitive testing, virtual interview and a face to face (or virtual depending on alert levels) assessment centre. Applications close on the 27th of October 2021. 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. If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. Please note; a cover letter is not required for this role.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.
      Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mau WorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Manukau to start on the 14th of Feburary 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. 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 insuranceOngoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway.Workplace 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 needs You must hold to be considered for this role:Full drivers licenceNZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenship Please note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves a written activity, psychometric/cognitive testing, virtual interview and a face to face (or virtual depending on alert levels) assessment centre. Applications close on the 27th of October 2021. 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. If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. Please note; a cover letter is not required for this role.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$67,000 - NZ$74,000 per year
      • full-time
      Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mau WorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Manukau to start on the 14th of Feburary 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. 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 insuranceOngoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway.Workplace 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 needsYou must hold to be considered for this role:Full drivers licenceNZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipPlease note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves a written activity, psychometric/cognitive testing, virtual interview and a face to face (or virtual depending on alert levels) assessment centre. Applications close on the 27th of October 2021. 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. If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. Please note; a cover letter is not required for this role.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.
      Mena kei te hiahia koe kia pai ake nga wahi mahi o Aotearoa, anei te tunga mau WorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors for a role in Manukau to start on the 14th of Feburary 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. 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 insuranceOngoing learning: Two NZQA Level 4 Qualifications (Regulatory knowledge & Regulatory practice) upon completion of the learning pathway.Workplace 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 needsYou must hold to be considered for this role:Full drivers licenceNZ Residency, NZ Permanent Residency or NZ/Australian citizenshipPlease note that the recruitment process for this role is fairly lengthy and involves a written activity, psychometric/cognitive testing, virtual interview and a face to face (or virtual depending on alert levels) assessment centre. Applications close on the 27th of October 2021. 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. If this sounds like you, go ahead and hit the apply now button. Please note; a cover letter is not required for this role.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$67,000 - NZ$74,000 per year
      • full-time
      WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in the North Island. 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 for the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) team 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 must haves:Be a NZ Citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual carShow commitment to follow policies and proceduresCan write business documents and reportsBe computer literateBe flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when requiredWhat 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. Want to find out more? Please visit www.worksafe.govt.nz for more information on WorkSafe New Zealand. Join us, and you will play a vital role in ensuring everyone who goes to work comes home healthy and safe. If you have any enquiries regarding this role, please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz Please note, applications sent via email will not be accepted. Ready to apply? Applications for this role are being managed by Randstad. To apply for this position, please click on the ‘apply’ button below. This will allow you to register your details and submit your application. Applications close 27th of October at 5:00pm. Please note; a coverletter is not required for this role.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.
      WorkSafe New Zealand is now hiring full time permanent Health and Safety Inspectors to work as investigators in the North Island. 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 for the Specialist Interventions (Investigations) team 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 must haves:Be a NZ Citizen or NZ Permanent Resident/ResidentHave a full driver license with an ability to drive a manual carShow commitment to follow policies and proceduresCan write business documents and reportsBe computer literateBe flexible to work across locations and once warranted, and be rostered for after-hours and weekend work when requiredWhat 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. Want to find out more? Please visit www.worksafe.govt.nz for more information on WorkSafe New Zealand. Join us, and you will play a vital role in ensuring everyone who goes to work comes home healthy and safe. If you have any enquiries regarding this role, please email worksafenz@randstad.co.nz Please note, applications sent via email will not be accepted. Ready to apply? Applications for this role are being managed by Randstad. To apply for this position, please click on the ‘apply’ button below. This will allow you to register your details and submit your application. Applications close 27th of October at 5:00pm. Please note; a coverletter is not required for this role.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
      • full-time
      WorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring a full-time permanent Technical Specialist in Construction anywhere in New Zealand. As Technical Specialist Construction you will bring your technical expertise to develop and support the inspectorate in their regulatory functions and provide technical advice to external stakeholders. You will also support the operations of the Technical Specialists team and be a valued member of a centre of expertise for WorkSafe in the delivery of cost effective, efficient, and high-quality technical advice on health and safety issues. Your day to day:Provide technical support and advice on constructionPlay a part in improving safety and workplace standards in New Zealand Contribute to the development of commercial construction capabilityContribute to regional / national initiatives or programmes / projectsMaintaining stakeholder relationships within the industry Promote and undertake environmental scansReinforce continuous improvement in safety, standards and quality in New Zealand workplacesEnsure the provision of relevant and up to date advice on technical safety issues The ideal person for this role will need to have technical knowledge around vertical, horizontal and civil construction. As well as having the ability to work harmoniously within a team and build positive relationships. You will also have the following skills and experiences:Excellent writing ability Clear communication skillsPractical experience that acknowledges you as a credible construction technical specialistA high level of systems thinking capabilityAbility to adopt a client perspective when considering technical policy and its implementation.Ability to translate technical information into simple languageSound knowledge of health and safety legislation and regulationA tertiary qualification in Civil and/or Construction or equivalent construction experience WorkSafe New Zealand / Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa offers a range of benefits including free insurance packages (life, trauma, and income protection), discounts on health insurance and eye care, four weeks annual leave plus three days WorkSafe leave, and learning and professional development opportunities. We operate on a flexible by default basis, allowing you and your manager to create a flexible work experience that supports you and the business to succeed. How to apply: Please click the apply link and submit your CV and you will then be sent an application form to complete. A cover letter is not essential for your application. If you have any questions about the role, please email tracey.north@randstad.co.nz. Applications for this role close at 5:00pm on the 11th of October. 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.
      WorkSafe New Zealand are now hiring a full-time permanent Technical Specialist in Construction anywhere in New Zealand. As Technical Specialist Construction you will bring your technical expertise to develop and support the inspectorate in their regulatory functions and provide technical advice to external stakeholders. You will also support the operations of the Technical Specialists team and be a valued member of a centre of expertise for WorkSafe in the delivery of cost effective, efficient, and high-quality technical advice on health and safety issues. Your day to day:Provide technical support and advice on constructionPlay a part in improving safety and workplace standards in New Zealand Contribute to the development of commercial construction capabilityContribute to regional / national initiatives or programmes / projectsMaintaining stakeholder relationships within the industry Promote and undertake environmental scansReinforce continuous improvement in safety, standards and quality in New Zealand workplacesEnsure the provision of relevant and up to date advice on technical safety issues The ideal person for this role will need to have technical knowledge around vertical, horizontal and civil construction. As well as having the ability to work harmoniously within a team and build positive relationships. You will also have the following skills and experiences:Excellent writing ability Clear communication skillsPractical experience that acknowledges you as a credible construction technical specialistA high level of systems thinking capabilityAbility to adopt a client perspective when considering technical policy and its implementation.Ability to translate technical information into simple languageSound knowledge of health and safety legislation and regulationA tertiary qualification in Civil and/or Construction or equivalent construction experience WorkSafe New Zealand / Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa offers a range of benefits including free insurance packages (life, trauma, and income protection), discounts on health insurance and eye care, four weeks annual leave plus three days WorkSafe leave, and learning and professional development opportunities. We operate on a flexible by default basis, allowing you and your manager to create a flexible work experience that supports you and the business to succeed. How to apply: Please click the apply link and submit your CV and you will then be sent an application form to complete. A cover letter is not essential for your application. If you have any questions about the role, please email tracey.north@randstad.co.nz. Applications for this role close at 5:00pm on the 11th of October. 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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