Overview

Hume Bank

Are you an experienced safety and wellbeing professional looking for your next role?

Why join us?

  • Excellent career and professional development opportunities
  • Be part of a dynamic and future-focused, customer-owned bank
  • Flexible hybrid working arrangements – WFH and office
  • Permanent, part-time opportunity

About the role

We are seeking a Safety and Wellbeing Manager to join the People team at Hume Bank.

Reporting to the Chief People Officer, the Safety and Wellbeing Manager is responsible for the management of the health and safety function at Hume Bank, including wellbeing, workplace safety, health and injury management.

Working collaboratively across the business, the Safety and Wellbeing Manager is accountable for developing, implementing and promoting safety strategies and safe work practices. This role works closely with business stakeholders and supports identified Officers in understanding their duties and responsibilities in relation to WHS matters. The role manages key third-party relationships with insurance agencies, rehabilitation providers and other relevant parties as required.

The Safety and Wellbeing Manager is also responsible for ensuring that the provision of WHS services is aligned with legislative requirements, regulations and best practice.

This is a part-time permanent position, of 30 hours per week, based at our Head Office in Albury, NSW. Flexible working arrangements, such as Working from Home are available when residing in the Albury-Wodonga area.

What you can expect

  • Develop and implement the Health, Safety and Wellbeing Strategy to build on our positive WHS culture
  • Continuously improve on safety and wellbeing performance, consistent with contemporary practice, current research and legislative requirements.
  • Conduct WHS audits, investigations and risk assessments, and ensure that appropriate risk identification, assessment and control measures are in place.
  • Oversee the creation and maintenance of policies and procedures, ensuring they meet all relevant legislative and regulatory requirements and standards and can be applied practically.
  • Manage and respond to WHS-reported incidents and Risk Assessments, whilst also supporting WorkCover and Return to Work programs 
  • Coordinate Health and Wellbeing initiatives to enhance the employee experience, with consideration of physical, mental, social, and environmental factors.

 

About you

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Experience in the management of Work, Health and Safety operations within a fast paced customer-focused organisation, including injury management (preferred)
  • Knowledge and understanding of Work Health and Safety legislation in Victoria and New South Wales
  • Experience in supporting health and wellbeing programs and initiatives
  • Strong communication skills to support the delivery of messages in written and verbal styles
  • A positive and enthusiastic can-do attitude, with the ability to deliver operational outcomes 

About Us 

At Hume Bank we’ve always believed the future is bright. In 1955 we started as a cooperative investment and building society to help people in our community achieve their dream of owning a home. Since then, we’ve grown to be one of Australia’s most successful regional banks, receiving awards from Canstar, RateCity, Mozo and finder, and we still remain 100% customer owned.

Banking brighter is about more than just banking. It’s about returning our profits back into the community and into the hands of our customers, and leading the way with innovation, technology and changing the future of our industry.

How to apply

If you’re a proven leader excited to progress your career in the financial services industry, click apply to submit your application or email your application to [email protected]. Applications must contain a resume and cover letter outlining your interest in the position. 

If you’re excited about this role but your experience doesn’t align perfectly, we encourage you to apply anyway, just make sure to include a cover letter to let us know why you’d be a great fit for the team. 

Applications close: 4 March 2024

Hume Bank is an equal opportunity employer and welcome and encourage people from all backgrounds to apply. We are committed to building a culture that is inclusive, providing an ethical and diverse workplace where everyone is respected. 

If you require any reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process or the role, please let us know by contacting [email protected]

 

Our process

  • Once the role is closed, we review all applications against the requirements, creating a shortlist for further review.
  • If your application is successful, you may receive an initial screening call to further assess your suitability, before being invited to an interview.
  • We conduct two rounds of interviews, with the first interview being held with the supervisor and a member of our People Team. You may be invited back to a shorter second-round interview with the head of the department.
  • The final stage is to complete some quick compliance checks, before (hopefully) receiving an offer.

 

We are committed to providing all applicants with an outcome for their application.