The Safe Step

  • Great salary plus bonus, flexible work options 
  • Opportunity within a proud Australian business with a global presence
  • Embed a contemporary HSE strategy and drive transformation
  • Melbourne or regional VIC/NSW based – large operational remit across the Riverina
The Safe Step are excited to partner with SunRice Group to deliver their HSE recruitment strategy and ensure capability is in place to execute the refreshed HSE strategy and transformation plan in play.

SunRice has a proud history dating back to the establishment of a single rice mill in the Riverina region of New South Wales in 1950.  Today they have operations – including state-of-the-art processing, packing and value added food plants – across Australia, the Middle East, the US, Papua New Guinea, the Pacific and Asia.
SunRice supply almost 50 countries with diverse, innovative, and nutritious rice food products, and through their successful food ingredients and foodservice divisions, contribute to thousands of other brands and businesses over the world.  SunRice are a major player in the domestic market as well, supplying a staple food for households around Australia.
About the Role
The HSE Business Partner is responsible for enabling a contemporary HSE and risk management culture throughout the organisation by assisting in the implementation of objectives, process improvement initiatives, risk management and reporting systems within the SunRice Group.  This role pro-actively partners with line managers and employees across a diverse range of departments, functional teams and depots to enable solutions; and builds organisational capability in line with SunRice HSE Management System requirements. 

The HSE Business Partner will support the Group Safety and Operations teams in enabling the proactive implementation and continual improvement of Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) culture, strategy, plan and performance.
About You

  • Strong business operations and stakeholder focus
  • An understanding of business issues and challenges faced by operational managers in implementing HSE processes and programs
  • Demonstrated ability to manage time and prioritise work, and to work autonomously but collaboratively
  • Strong facilitation skills from planning to achieving desired outcomes
  • Ability to exercise sound judgement in the interpretation and analysis of HSE legislation and audit criteria
  • Excellent written and communication skills, including the ability to liaise effectively with employees, contractors, management and stakeholders
  • Demonstrated capabilities in investigating incidents in line with established methodologies
  • Ability to interact with and influence a diverse team at all levels of the organisation
  • High level problem solving capability
  • Valid driver’s license

About the Benefits
You will be joining a global business with a strong values based culture, and proud of their Australian foundation.  In addition, you will form part of the refreshed HSE function supporting a contemporary HSE strategy, engaged Board and ELT.
Regional travel required.
About Applying
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Cate Ingham