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Whs Communications And Engagement Officer

City of Gold Coast - Bundall, QLD

Government, Defence & Emergency
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

Reference number
30311

Employment status
Fixed-Term Full Time - Ending - 28/01/2022

Directorate
Office of the CEO

Location
Waterside West

Award - Classification
City of Gold Coast Certified Agreement 2019 - Level 6 Step 1 - Stream A, Division 2, Section 1

Salary
$81,622.99 to $86,863.94

Salary Details

Hours per week
36.25

Position summary

The Gold Coast is an outstanding global city proudly looking towards its future. We are inspired by lifestyle and driven by opportunity.

Here at City of Gold Coast, our commitment to a shared set of values shapes our decisions, actions and behaviours towards achieving the City Vision and our many city priorities.

  • We aim high – we are passionate about delivering the best for our city
  • We add value – we are innovative and make the most of every opportunity
  • We work as a team – our people are great individually, but unstoppable together
  • We take responsibility – we are committed to working safely, being trustworthy and owning our actions

About the Position

The WHS Communications and Engagement Officer engages workers of the City at all levels in wellness, health, safety and security through the delivery of effective communications and scheduled events that support the Corporate Wellness, Health and Safety strategic plans.

Responsibilities and duties of the role include, but are not limited to:

  • Take responsibility for the development and implementation of plans including the delivery of objectives, budgets and timelines.
  • Develop and implement communication plans to meet organisational and project-related requirements in wellness, health, safety and security.
  • Interpreting complex technical WHS matters (e.g. incident investigation reports) in order to simply communicate the key points
  • Organise, manage and deliver events, exhibitions, forums and launches such as the WHS expo and awards.
  • Create and innovate communication solutions and strategies.
  • Maintain a schedule of communication and engagement activities to effectively manage the release of information, events and promotions throughout the year.
  • Provide advice to branch staff and leaders throughout the organisation on communication issues to improve Council’s WHS Culture.
  • Plan, develop and maintain a suite of communication tools to support leaders in providing consistent corporate wellness, health, safety and security messages throughout the organisation.
  • Contribute to the day-to-day outputs of the branch by supporting tasks such as content creation and editing information in accordance with the City’s Communication Guide.
  • Ensure briefing notes, key messages and other communication tools are developed and delivered in a professional and timely manner.
  • Coordinate launches / opportunities and campaigns for new Council wellness, health, safety and security messages services and initiatives.
  • Write, edit and arrange production of a variety of communication tools including, but not limited to alerts, notices, toolbox talks, newsletters, pamphlets, video and online content. Ensure all content facilitated is Communication Guide and Brand Guide compliant.
  • Assist with managing WHS brand identity and messages.
  • Provide reports on progress and achievements following monthly communications and the delivery of events.
  • Provide ad hoc communications support as directed by the Team Leader CSR Governance.

About You

  • Strong experience in a corporate internal communication function in a large diverse organisation.
  • Knowledge and understanding of WHS and experience in WHS communications
  • Well-developed interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to proactively consult with a range of stakeholders
  • Demonstrated experience in event management
  • Strong research skills, with the ability to compile material from a wide range of sources
  • Creative with problem-solving and ability to think outside the box
  • Strong negotiation skills
  • Good time management and is able to multi-task
  • Willingness to undertake further training to improve skills in the areas required by this position

What can the City of Gold Coast offer you?

Working for the City of Gold Coast is both challenging and rewarding. You will enjoy:

  • working within a culture that promotes a healthy work life balance with 9 day fortnights and flexible working arrangements;
  • a friendly and supportive team where you will be recognised and rewarded;
  • opportunities for professional development training and study assistance to enhance your career progression;
  • a competitive remuneration plus up to 12% employer superannuation contribution and options to salary sacrifice;

How to Apply

To apply for this position, you will be required to Sign Up to eRecruit and create a profile. Please select “Apply Now” and follow the on-screen prompts to complete and submit your application. For more details, please call the Contact Person listed on the advertisement. For queries or issues regarding the eRecruit system, please phone 1300 465 326 during Business Hours.

As part of our selection process, you may be required to undertake a one way video interview via SEEK SparkHire, and a face to face interview; you may will also be required to undertake police checks, employment history checks, qualification checks and drug and alcohol testing in accordance with Australian Standards and Council's procedures.

Please note applications for this position will close at 10.30pm on the listed closing date.

You can now stay up to date with all of our advertised vacancies by joining our recruitment Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/COGCRecruitment

City of Gold Coast is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to promoting an inclusive and diverse workplace. We are committed to supporting an environment where all employees, regardless of their differences or similarities, feel valued, respected and supported. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons are encouraged to apply.



Screening questions
Essential: Do you possess tertiary (or equivalent) qualifications in public relations, communications, journalism, media studies and/or a relevant field with significant demonstrable experience relevant to the role? If yes, please explain.
Essential: Outline your previous experience with developing a communications plan for a large diverse organisation and highlight key considerations that went into the development of the plan.
Essential: Please provide an example of some events (both virtual and physical) that you have coordinated from planning and delivery through to post event reporting.
Desirable: Do you possess a Certificate IV in WHS?
Desirable: Do you have any internal communication experience? If so, please provide details.
Desirable: Do you have any experience with InDesign? Please provide an overview.

Contact person
Danae Coles

Contact number
0755816680

Alternate contact person
Holly Tallal

Alternate contact number
0755817160

Closing date
09/04/2021

Bundall, QLD

Government, Defence & Emergency




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