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Risk Management Administrator

Scentre Group

Job Description

Our Story

Scentre Group is the owner and operator of 42 Westfield living centres in Australia and New Zealand; partnering with the world’s leading retail and luxury brands to create a unique shopping and leisure experience for our customers. A career with us fosters the chance to be a part of a company that is transforming the digital and physical retail space.

Every day, our people play a vital role in our purpose to ‘create extraordinary places, connecting and enriching communities.’

Our Design & Construction department at Scentre Group is responsible for the end-to-end process from concept to delivery of our Westfield living centres. An integral part of this is the extensions and upgrades to existing centres. We develop and deliver designs that reflect the Westfield experience and latest thinking while optimising costs and providing speed to market that exceeds the best achievable by alternate delivery methodologies.

Your opportunity

We have an exciting opportunity for an experience Risk Management Administrator to the join the Design and Construction Knox Project team.

Reporting to the Risk Manager, your role as the Risk Management Administrator is to provide support, advice and assistance to the Knox project team in matters concerning risk assessment, prevention of accidents, injuries, hazards and the promotion of health and Safety.

Your key accountabilities will include:

  • Managing risk related documentation associated with Scentre Design & Construction acting as the principle contractor on a major construction project.
  • providing advice and assistance to the project team in matters concerning risk assessment, prevention of accidents, injuries, hazards and the promotion of health and safety.
  • developing, implementing and monitoring the emergency procedures required on site, in conjunction with the Site Manager /Safety Committee/Project Management and local emergency services as appropriate.
  • undertaking reviews and audits of contractors safety related documentation, such as their Insurances, Safety Management Plan, SWMS’s, various registers and other documentation as specified by Scentre Group.
  • undertaking administrative duties related to the operation of the Safety Committee.
  • Managing Scentre Group safety related training requirements and recording.
  • Completing internal and external monthly Project Reports.
  • Developing and promote a positive safety culture of “people protecting people” where safety is the first consideration in all planning and undertaking of works.
  • presenting high quality, informative, Project Specific Site Inductions.
  • Undertaking regular Safety and Environmental inspections and Audits of works to ensure that Scentre Group are not exposed to litigation.

What will set you apart from the rest?

You will have an interest for Risk and Work Health Safety and will also possess excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise tasks to meet conflicting deadlines while willing to work in a progressive and fast paced environment.

As this position provides dedicated support to the Risk function of the Design and Construction team, you will also have a commitment to your own and others health and safety in the workplace.

  • Demonstrated experience in similar or related role ideally within the construction industry.
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications within Workplace Health and Safety
  • Proven ability to build, manage and maintain excellent stakeholder relationships.
  • Capability in driving and influence change within the workplace.
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills
  • Self-Management and ability to manage multiple tasks/projects concurrently

What sets us apart from the rest?

  • Diverse career paths across our vertically integrated business
  • Ability to innovate in a company that not only encourages it but will facilitate it
  • We’re recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) and committed to creating a workplace culture in which women and men are equally represented, valued and rewarded
  • Competitive benefits including 18 weeks parental leave, volunteer days to work with our charity partners, health and wellbeing discounts, and ability to purchase extra annual leave

We encourage and support our employees to find balance in their work lives and what is important to them outside of work by embracing a flexible approach to how they work. If you're able to perform the requirements of the role and need some form of flexibility to do so, we're open to your application and ideas on how we could make it work.

Our diverse and inclusive workforce is not only something we’re proud of, but something we’re committed to. We encourage and support our people to bring their ‘whole selves’ to work every day. This is because we believe all our differences contribute to our success and ensures a workforce that reflects the customers we serve. Our commitment is backed by executive and employee-led working groups including All Abilities, LGBTI, Mental Health & Wellness and Gender Equity alongside other initiatives such as our Reconciliation Action Plan to grow our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce.

If this sounds like you, apply today to make extraordinary happen!

Please note: We are not using recruitment agencies for this role and any unsolicited agency CV’s will not be accepted at this time.