Reporting to the Group Manager – HSEC, the Safety Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the Organisation’s health and safety compliance with government regulations and industry standards through risk assessments, incident investigations, workplace health and safety plans, systems and policies, and processes. Under the Group Manager – HSEC’s guidance, the Safety Coordinator will coordinate, plan and drive safety awareness across the organisation, fostering a safety excellence culture in line with the organisation’s needs. The Safety Coordinator will measure and report on safety and compliance performance company wide, developing safety plans and initiatives, identifying improvement opportunities and managing key safety risks. The key deliverables for this role will include, but not be limited to: Hazard and Incident Investigation and Reporting • Coordinate the internal incident investigation process including recording, monitoring and reporting on operational incidents. • Ensure accurate records are kept in relation to audits, hazard identification, risk assessments, incidents and their investigations. • Review, improve and maintain hazard identification and risk assessments of various elements of health and safety. • Identify unsatisfactory Workplace Health and Safety practices and advise on suggested solutions to proactively promote a “work safe” culture. • Define parameters for incident and hazard identification protocols. Compliance and Safety Management System • Maintain the Safety Management System encompassing Aviation Safety?? and Workplace Health and Safety. • Document step by step activities to inform safe work instructions. • Review, update and issue operational work procedures as required. • Design, review and maintain documentation and reporting to comply with Civil Aviation Safety Authority and legislative compliance in relation to Work Health and Safety obligations. • Develop comprehensive reports on the organisation’s health and safety awareness, compliance issues and operational statistics. Drive a Safety First Culture • Influence employees and management to implement safety improvement strategies and initiatives, and to solve safety problems. • Coach employees and management where appropriate on safety related matters and initiatives. Qualifications, Experience and Knowledge: Qualifications • Qualifications in Work Health and Safety • ICAM Lead Investigator (desirable) • Return to Work Coordinator Certificate (desirable) • First Aid Certificate (desirable) Experience • Direct aviation operations experience, or experience in a safety role, or similar. • Demonstrated experience in leading safety in a highly regulated environment. Knowledge and Technical Skills: • Knowledge of relevant WHS legislation and regulations pertaining to the areas of activity. • Working knowledge of Australian aviation regulations, and airport and airline operational policies and procedures. If this sounds like you and the thought of joining one of the fastest growing airports in Australia excites you, then submit your application by providing a resume and cover letter to the People and Performance Team at email@example.com. Please Note: To ensure the health and safety of our people, passengers and stakeholders associated with the Sunshine Coast Airport, individuals are required to comply with Sunshine Coast Airport's vaccination policy, with respect to COVID-19 vaccinations. Sunshine Coast Airport would like to thank everyone for taking the time to apply for this role, however due to the volume of applications, only those selected for the shortlist will be contacted.