Opportunity to live and work in one of the best environments in the world. Revel in the great open spaces of the Pilbara and raise your kids in a safe and free roaming location.
The Role & Project
The MACA Infrastructure Division is looking for a Safety Advisor for the Kimberly region. This is a residential position, with rent assistance and relocation assistance, based Derby (possibly Broome) Western Australia.
The purpose of this role is to assist with the implementation of the Safety, Health and Wellbeing (SHW) Strategy in the region, including relevant systems, procedures and plans and to provide specialist advice in investigating SHW matters and recommend practical solutions in line with Main Roads’ SHW Strategy and associated Legislation.
MACA’s contract in the Kimberly is for of routine road maintenance services, inclusive of plant, staffing, traffic management support and materials in the Kimberley Region.
Secure your future with WA’s number 1 Mining Contractor.
MACA is a publicly listed, integrated contracting services group specialising in mining, civil construction, infrastructure, and mineral processing.
With over 3000 employees, MACA supports 15 mine sites in Western Australia across a range of commodities including gold, iron ore, nickel and lithium.
We strive to be the best by investing in our people, understanding our clients’ needs, and having a relentless focus on continuous improvement. Our social responsibility is what drives us, and we make an impact through contributions and support we give our communities.
To be successful in this role, you will possess:
What we will offer you:
There are many long-term opportunities available across our business, and more on the horizon. There is always room to grow and develop into the professional you want to be with MACA
We offer all this and more, Because We Care.
If you want to come with us on our journey to growth, apply with us today at maca.net.au/careers.
We’re ready when you are.
MACA is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages all females and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants.