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Safety & Wellbeing Business Partners
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Job Specification

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  • South Auckland location
  • Contribute to both continuous improvement and new initiatives with a continued commitment to your professional development.

Around since 1840, New Zealand Post has a rich history. Our business is ever changing and whilst the safety and wellbeing of our employees and contractors has always been dear to our hearts, we are looking to weave an even stronger Safety and Wellbeing culture into all parts of our NZ Post family. It's our number one priority.

We are looking for you to partner with our business leaders to lift their capability of leading safety, creating a strong Safety and Wellbeing culture. You'll be welcomed into an iconic Kiwi organisation and work alongside a diverse range of employee groups across diverse sites nationwide. Not many organisations can offer this.
With your knowledge of New Zealand Health and Safety regulatory framework's and insight and experience, you will develop the systems, tools and resources to contribute positively to managing the safety and wellbeing of all NZ Post stakeholders.

To give you a flavour of your work, our two critical focus areas for our team right now are - the shift from the traditional postal delivery model to the new Paxsters; and the introduction of cutting-edge technology in our mail and parcel processing area. Our leaders need your support to enable them to promote our safety culture and policies, manage risks and incidents and provide meaningful analysis and reporting.

Hours will typically be Mon to Fri, however some flexibility may be required recognising the business operates 24 hours 7 days a week.

We'd love you to have a few of the following:

  • Experience and interest in taking ownership of projects
  • A genuine interest in people and comfort in building relationships with our leaders and external stakeholders; including unions and auditors.
  • Experience implementing and managing H&S technology solutions,
  • Sound knowledge of H&S legislation

We consider this role key for our safety initiatives and as such would welcome experienced practitioners.

Please apply online or visit to our JD or for further information please contact Catherine Scott on 04 496 5769

Applications close on 26 July 2016 

All applicants will be required to provide proof of their eligibility to work in New Zealand. Appointees will be subject to a security check and may be required to undertake drug, alcohol and / or credit checks.

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