We are owned by the Lactalis Group, the world’s largest producer of dairy goods. With a wide range of products, Lactalis is committed to playing a daily role in the health and well-being of consumers throughout the world, via the provision of nutritious dairy products—milk, cheese, yoghurt and other soft foods and beverages.
At the heart of our business locally, we have over 2,700 passionate employees, working closely and constructively with some 500 Australian farmers to produce the finest dairy products in the country.
Pillar brands such as Paul’s, Oak, Ice Break, Tamar Valley Dairy, Vaalia, President, Lemnos and Galbani provide Lactalis Australia with a deep national footprint for growth and prosperity.
We are a growing global company that takes great pride in who we are. We are humble, proud and resilient. Our brands, people and know how define who we are.
We provide a safe workplace that delivers the opportunity to drive your development, and believe that true success comes from us.
Collaboration, flexibility and diversity are pillars of our environment. With knowledge and experience we encourage you to make a difference!
About this opportunity:
Currently an exciting opportunity exists within Lactalis for an experienced Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Advisor. If you are a passionate and creative individual looking to further your career with a global organisation that prides itself on internal mobility, we have a role for you!
This role represents a real opportunity to make a difference through taking ownership of continuous improvement initiatives and programs in a fast paced food production environment where safety and quality are paramount. This role holds accountability for promoting both the cultural and system components of the safety, health and environment framework on the frontline, whilst working closely with the national SHE team across the development of the safety management system and associated suite of programs.
We are looking for an ambitious and pragmatic individual who will make the role their own and role model best practice and behaviours. A strong knowledge of the legislative framework both current and forecasted, is required to ensure our management system and associated programs are aligned/exceeding the legal requirements.
This role acts a critical conduit between the national, regional and local leadership teams across both our industrial and corporate functions requiring excellent stakeholder management skills and the ability to translate strategic goals into effective and relevant frontline outcomes.
We need a proactive person on the ground – someone willing and able to roll up their sleeves and get the job done. To ensure success in the role, the successful applicant requires the below toolkit:
- Minimum Cert IV in OHS
- First Aid (Nice to have)
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- a confident presenter (tool box talks etc.)
- able to effectively engage with blue collar workers & Supervisors
- conversant with current OHS and Worksafe legislation
- Aware of environmental requirements and restraints
- Cert IV in Workplace Trainer (preferred but not essential)
You will be a pragmatic thinker with the ability to generate and interpret reports and data to drive meaningful change, review and measure the effectiveness of controls. You will have a keen eye for risk and a collaborative and creative approach to mitigation.
If the above opportunity sounds like your perfect next career adventure then click on the link below to apply!