The Sanitarium Health Food Company is an organisation made up of a passionate group of people who believe in the potential of every Australian to live well. That’s why everything we do – from the foods we create, to our role in the community and how we care for our staff – is guided by this philosophy.
We’re Australian owned – which we think is pretty special – and we’re also proud to produce some of this country’s most loved products. From everyone’s favourite Aussie breakfast cereal, Weet-Bix, to the nutritious on-the-go liquid breakfast drink UP&GO and the category leader in non-dairy milks, So Good.
Not only do we have great products, but we have great teams behind them. WHS teams are busy, focussed and broad reaching by nature and ours is no different. We love what we do, we’re constantly evolving and, where there’s a chance to learn or try something new, we roll up our sleeves. There’s never a dull moment!
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Corporate WHS Business Partner. The role will report to the Corporate WHS Manager and work closely with site WHS Personnel and management to deliver exceptional WHS related advice and assistance.
Some of the key responsibilities include:
Promoting a safety culture by leading, coaching, and mentoring key stakeholders to develop safety leadership skills and behaviours
Developing and maintaining WHS Management Systems suite of documents
Assisting in the development of WHS strategies
Developing WHS training programs
Coordinating and administering key WHS software systems
Monitoring data for emerging trends and develop plans to mitigate
Coordinating the WHS Audit program
Participation in serious incident investigations as required
Working collaboratively with WHS Coordinators and site management across Australia and New Zealand
Requirements - The successful applicant will have:
Relevant tertiary qualifications in WHS or related discipline
At least 5 years’ experience in a WHS role
Experience driving a safety culture by leading, coaching, and mentoring teams to develop safety leadership skills and behaviours
Experience developing WHS policies and procedures
Experience developing and delivering training programs
Knowledge and understanding of Workers Compensation
Proven ability to engage and work collaboratively with key stakeholders
Experience conducting audits and writing related reports
Excellent communication skills – written and verbal
Strong organisational and Project Management skills
Strong computer literacy
The position reports to the Corporate WHS Manager, is based on the NSW Central Coast and forms part of a small and highly experienced Trans-Tasman WHS team who are focused on positive safety leadership, improving safety culture within the organisation.
We are an organisation driven by our mission and values. If you share our passion for what we do, our products and can respect our Christian based principles this will be a great opportunity for you.
Please submit your application by Sunday 26 September, 2021.