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Health, Safety and Environment Advisor

  • LocationBrisbane, QLD
  • Work TypeFull time
  • Positions3 Positions
  • Published At:2 months ago
  • Job no: GTYD6

Location:   Queensland &/or Northern New South Wales

Package:   Competitive for the right people

Are you a self-driven HSE professional looking for your next FIFO or DIDO project? We have a couple of opportunities with immediate starts.

Why join us?

  • Rapidly growing Tier 2
  • Strong pipeline of projects
  • Competitive salary & benefits

CMC has a strong focus on people, culture, and services, plus a great track record of delivering multi-million-dollar civil works across Queensland and NSW.

We are rapidly growing – and we want diligent time proven HSE professionals like you to come along for the ride.

About the role

We have a couple of full-time HSE Advisor roles based in and around the Queensland and northern New South Wales areas.


These roles will report to the Project Manager and, at a corporate level, to the HSEQ Manager.

You will be responsible for the ongoing implementation, auditing and continued improvement of our HS&E systems and processes, the monitoring of compliance, and for providing expert knowledge and advice working in close collaboration with both internal and external stakeholders.


As a Health, Safety & Environment Advisor you will:

  • Provide expert knowledge and advice and work in close collaboration with internal and external stakeholders on-site;
  • Ensure site based inspections and task observations are completed;
  • Ensure project personnel have the necessary competencies and complete the necessary documentation for the plant and equipment utilised on-site;
  • Be responsible for having training and induction records on-site up-to-date;
  • Support on-site incident investigations;
  • Provide injury management/rehabilitation (suitable duties) services;
  • Deliver workplace safety training such as inductions, awareness, and site work health and safety training;
  • Complete monthly project statistics and reports;
  • Participate in project toolbox and pre-start meetings;
  • Provide coaching for HS&E performance improvement;
  • Ensure compliance with relevant State and Commonwealth WHS and Environmental Legislation, Australian Standards and Codes of Practice;
  • Identify HS&E risks and action plans are developed, implemented, and reviewed;
  • Develop safe work and environmental practices to mitigate risk;
  • Provide site HS&E subcontractor management.

About you

Ideally, you will have at least 3+ years’ experience of leading, investigating, developing, and implementing within civil construction including roads, structures and preferably mining, rail and or water infrastructure as well as possessing the following qualifications & skills;

  • Minimum qualification of Certificate IV in Workplace Health and Safety;
  • Qualifications in Auditing of Health, Safety, and Environment Systems;
  • Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment;
  • Trained in Alcohol and Drug Screening in the Workplace;
  • Previously trained or qualified in Injury Management or Rehab & Return to Work;
  • Knowledge of construction techniques & current experience in permit to work systems and high-risk work activities such as work at heights, confined space entry, and high-risk licensing activities;
  • Proficient in the use of MS Word, Excel, Power-point and Outlook e-mail with experience in electronic reporting and document management;
  • Excellent analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills;
  • Both willing and able to travel and work away from home on various projects throughout Queensland and Northern NSW on varying rosters when required.
  • TMR and/or RMS experience will be highly regarded.


We are recruiting right now for these positions so don’t delay.

Apply now or contact Amanda Datchens on 0406 536 256 or at amanda.datchens@cmc.net.au

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds. Women and People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island heritage are strongly encouraged to apply.

We are a proud member of NAWIC - the National Association of Women in Construction.

We respect the time and effort you will make with this application. All applicants will receive a response, whether shortlisted or not.

Please note: you will need a valid visa with the right to work in Australia for these positions.

  • Published on 22 Mar 2023, 10:45 PM