HSE Advisor

May 31, 2024
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Deliver a safe and effective work environment

Provide HSE service and advice to a key strategic client

Sydney | Land of the Gadigal People

This is a holistic and autonomous role, perfect for a motivated HSE professional looking to further their career in a diverse and exciting business. You will be able to develop and enhance your influencing and HSE leadership skills, taking ownership for achieving HSE strategic outcomes across a National portfolio. 

The role will work closely with our key client and all CBRE lines of business, ensuring the implementation of robust HSE management systems and all-encompassing processes and procedures which assist to support and deliver a safe and effective work environment. 

The opportunity:

  • Provide HSE Support to the Property Management business, specifically our Strategic Client Account.
  • Partner with key internal and external stakeholders to provide subject matter expert advice, education and support.
  • Support and deliver the implementation of initiatives and projects to manage health and safety risks. 
  • Cooperate with the procurement team in reviewing HSE impacts of maintenance and service agreements, and provide advice as required to ensure compliance with applicable Legislation, codes of practice and Australian Standards.
  • Influence key business stakeholders to drive positive HSE outcomes and behaviours
  • Coordinate incident reporting, investigation, regulatory reporting and RTW to ensure compliance.
  • Conduct and assist in audit preparation in the lead up to internal and third party audits (i.e. insurers, WHS consultants, regulators, HSE management systems etc.).
  • Deliver HSE training including induction, business line specific and risk specific training
  • Assist the business to facilitate HSE consultative forums and integrate HSE processes into new business ventures.

About you: 

  • Relevant tertiary qualification with a minimum 3-5 years of experience in a HSE/ risk and compliance related role – ideally within a larger corporate environment.
  • Preferred experience in the property industry, but not essential. 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in order to liaise with a diverse array of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Pragmatic time management and organisational skills with the ability to manage multiple workflows with changing priorities, whilst still meeting deadlines.  
  • A strong ability to interpret data and key performance metrics.
  • Demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
  • Sound negotiation and presentation skills with ability to keep a customer service focus. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills, with an ability to engage and influence at all business levels. 
  • Willingness to travel interstate on a relatively consistent basis, or as the role requires. 
  • Intermediate to advanced proficiency in MS Office and experience in a documented management system using a Sharepoint environment.
  • Qualified AS/NZS 4801 and/or Safety Map Auditor, RTW Coordinator, iCAM or Tap Root investigation certification is advantage

What’s in it for you?

People are the foundation upon which our success is built. Our company is diverse and so are the opportunities for professional and career development. Our people are free to expand their skills and knowledge to drive their careers and reach their full potential. 

We value flexibility and our people work in ways that meet their work/life commitments and support their wellbeing, development and performance. Our people benefit from a range of educational, financial, lifestyle, and health benefits, wellbeing programs, corporate partnerships and discounts, CBRE Cares Foundation, competitive leave offerings and paid volunteer days. 

About us: 

CBRE is the world’s leading and largest commercial real estate services and investment firm; a growing and visionary organisation, comprised of the best and brightest professionals. We are invested in the development and unique needs of our diverse employees and strive to create an inclusive environment that allows our employee to bring their full selves to work. 

Can we inspire you to join us?

At CBRE, our unwavering commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion begins with you. We are strengthening our inclusive culture, so everyone feels safe, valued and heard.  Because when you belong, we all succeed 

We are proud to be certified as a Family Inclusive Workplace in Australia. This is a great recognition to our different policies, programs and benefits which help us build a great family friendly workplace culture. 

We are striving to remove barriers. We encourage you to share any support and adjustments you need to be your best and participate equitably in our recruitment process. We understand sharing your needs with us can be daunting, so if you have questions before or during your application, we welcome you to get in touch at recruitment@cbre.com.au. 

We welcome and encourage First Nations People to apply. 

We look forward to hearing from you