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HSE Advisor

  • Ongoing Position

  • 3:1 OR 2:1 Roster - You Pick!

  • Solar Farm Work

About Our Client

Our client works in the renewable sector, completing end to end construction from piling to solar panel installation.


What You Will Be Doing
You will be responsible for providing WHS support, providing advice and compliance information to construction personnel, internal training of workers, competency assessments, workplace training, maintain site safety statistics and promote and encourage HSE awareness. This is a 3:1 FIFO ex Perth position to a solar farm based in the Pilbara. This is day shift only role with ongoing work available paying $60.00 per hour.

What You Need

  • Certificate IV or Diploma in Health and Safety

  • 2 Years HSE Experience

Benefits

  • Ongoing Position

  • 3:1 Position

  • Solar Farm Work

About WorkPac
WorkPac is Australia's leading, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, oil and gas and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the country's leading companies to deliver rewarding career opportunities. Looking after our employees is important to us. Through our myrewards platform, we offer benefits from retail rewards through to financial, health cover, insurance, superannuation services and more.


How to Apply
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Kelsey Hendriks
Job Reference: 764J202176831

At WorkPac, we recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.

Job title: HSE Advisor
Contract type: Casual
Location: Regional WA - Port Hedland, Karratha & Pilbara, Regional WA
Industry: Management Mining, Oil and Gas
Job expiry: 2022-01-18
Reference: 764J202176831

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