• Entry level Health & Safety role with career development opportunities
• Great team
• Make this role your own
ABOUT THE COMPANY
At Brosnan Construction we firmly believe that a strong company culture is critical to ensuring a consistency to the way in which we approach and deliver our daily work. Ours is built around three key pillars of Relationships, Integrity, and Leadership. Our culture is one of ‘making a positive difference’ in all aspects of the business.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The Health & Safety Administrator assists the Group HSE Manager to develop, implement and maintain the health, safety, environment and quality systems across the Brosnan Group of companies.
Working as part of a small team, you will get the opportunity to roll your sleeves up and make things happen. This includes the opportunity to show off your analysis, research and writing skills.
You will be working in a high-risk industry, gaining a variety of systems based and hands-on experience.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Research regulations/guidelines in relation to Health & Safety matters
• Book all training requirements
• Manage training register
• Generate, update and/or review HSE documents
• Develop and draft safety focus, lessons learnt and other HSE documents
• Track subcontractor compliance
• Coordinate and arrange HSE related meetings (Focus Groups; H&S Committees)
• Assist with maintaining HSE systems and general HSE support
• Induct new employees for HSE
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
• Studying Health and Safety (or relevant field) and be near to the end of your qualification
• Excellent communication and stakeholder relationship management abilities
• Health & Income Protection, Trauma and Life Insurance (after 6 months)
• Exciting projects
• Excellent introduction to working in safety, in a high-risk industry
• Flexible hours to accommodate study commitments
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We are looking for a professional Office Administrator to carryout day to day operations in accounts and payroll. This is a wide and varied role with a mixture of financial reconciliations, general administration, processing fortnightly payroll, data entry of debtor & creditor invoices. You will be the go-to person for the team, assisting them to be successful in the day to day running of the business. If interested, please contact: email@example.com
About the role
You will be the first point of contact to answer inbound enquiries from those who need Police support for urgent or non-urgent matters. You will be extensively trained to accurately identify the specific needs of your caller, document the details and then ensure the appropriate Police response.
It takes a special person to do this role and great Police Communicators come from many different backgrounds. What they all have in common is:
-A passion and empathy for helping others in need
-Great questioning and listening skills to make quick, accurate decisions
-Ability to think on your feet
-Resilience and professionalism in the face of adversity.
Taking enquiries through a variety of channels you’ll make people be safe and feel safe, in so doing build trust and confidence in New Zealand Police by making every contact count.
This role is available in Auckland and Kapiti.
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We are looking for big-hearted volunteers to play a key role in the coordination and organisation of our biggest fundraiser of the year, the Big Heart Appeal!
Our Street Collector Administrator role offers varied opportunities for you to utilise your administration, organisation and coordination skills, while supporting preparations for our February 2020 Big Heart Appeal street collection. Register your interest today and find out more about true opportunities to gain valuable experience in the not-for-profit sector, while making a real difference to the 186,000 New Zealanders currently living with heart disease. Heart disease is New Zealand’s single biggest killer and claims the life of one person every 90 minutes. Many of these deaths are premature and preventable.
Your skills and attributes:
• Passionate and aligned with the Heart Foundation’s mission and the heart health cause
• Sound experience in administration and coordination
• Intermediate Microsoft office suite skills (Word, Outlook and Excel)
• Proven ability to work within set timeframes and deliver on agreed outcomes
• An organised self-starter
• Excellent communication skills
• Well-spoken and confident to engage with diverse groups (in person and over the phone)
• Confident when providing guidance and coordinating a small team of volunteers
The Heart Foundation national office in Ellerslie, Auckland.
One to two days per week (week days only) anytime from September 2019 through to February and March 2020, and one day of the Big Appeal street collection (either Friday 21 or Saturday 22 February 2020).
Confirmation of Volunteer role:
• We will happily provide references on the completion of the Heart Foundation Big Heart Appeal.
We would love to hear from you via email, text or phone.
• Please click the “Apply” button below, to attach your CV
• Contact Jaimi Bailey
o 09 900 1402 for a discussion.