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Senior Wellbeing And Safety Advisor, Hamilton

Last update 2024-05-26
Expires 2024-06-26
ID #2059754599
Free
Senior Wellbeing And Safety Advisor, Hamilton
New Zealand, Waikato, Hamilton,
Modified March 6, 2024

Description

Whakairohia he toki, tāraia te anamata | Learning with purpose, creating our futures
At Te Pūkenga our 10,000 kaimahi (staff) are dedicated to delivering vocational education and training to nearly 300,000 ākonga (learners). We are committed to creating a future for Aotearoa New Zealand through learning with purpose which places ākonga at the centre, ensures equity for Maori and increases learning access for all. You too could be part of shaping the direction of tomorrow through learning. Join us at Te Pūkenga!

Kaupapa | Purpose
An opportunity has arisen for a permanent full time Senior Wellbeing and Safety Advisor at our WINTEC business division based in Hamilton.

Influence and support the achievement of our wellbeing and safety vision across on-campus, on-job and online areas within the Region.

Provide senior-level advice and guidance to a wide range of stakeholders on wellbeing and safety matters.

Contribute to the design, development and delivery of our wellbeing and safety strategy.

Drive excellent ākonga and kaimahi engagement, participation and representation on wellbeing and safety matters.

Participate in and lead learning reviews of successful work and of events that did not go according to plan.

Contribute to the design, development and delivery of wellbeing and safety frameworks, processes and practices.

Support the Regional Wellbeing and Safety Lead in the mahi needed to achieve positive wellbeing and safety outcomes.

Build relationships with ākonga support, P&C, properties and facilities management, and other Te Pūkenga functions through open communication, sensitivity, honesty and collaboration.

To be successful in this role you will have:

Tertiary-level qualification in wellbeing and safety (or related field) or sufficient, demonstrable knowledge of wellbeing and safety.

Experience working in a wellbeing and safety role providing support and advice across an organisation.

Understanding of the vocational education sector and the recent reforms.

Excellent written and oral communication skills, in particular the ability to partner with others through relationship building and influencing across a diverse range of stakeholders.

Experience in supporting and/or leading the inclusion and application of Te Tiriti o Waitangi practices in a workplace setting.

Experience in supporting and advocating the use of te reo, tikanga and mātauranga Māori in the workplace.

Demonstrated practice in promoting and supporting approaches that promote equity and prioritise the needs of priority groups.

More information on the specific requirements and expected deliverables for the People and Culture Manager can be found in the position description.

You can view the position description by clicking on the link provided.

Ōtātou huanga | Our Benefits
WINTEC | Te Pūkenga offer a wide range of benefits such as:

Flexible working environment

Professional development support

Be part of the team shaping the future of vocational education for Aotearoa

Tonoināianei! | Apply now!
All applicants must have current legal right to work in Aotearoa | New Zealand. To apply for this role, please click on the ‘apply now’ button below. When completing the application process, please include your CV and a cover letter that includes the following:

What has motivated you to apply for this role at WINTEC | Te Pūkenga, including your alignment with our purpose and values.

Your specific strengths that will contribute to your success with WINTEC | Te Pūkenga, and in this position.

An overview of where you are at on your cultural competency journey.

We value diversity of thought, skills, and experience and we welcome applications from anyone in our network. If you would like to discuss this opportunity please contact.

If you have any access needs and would like support with your application, please email

work@wintec.ac.nz

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Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior wellbeing and safety advisor

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