1800 429 266

Employment Opportunities

Current Vacancies

HAZCON is now looking for an enthusiastic and motivated HSE Professional and a Workplace HSE Trainer to join our HSE Consultancy and Training Team based in Brisbane. If you wish to apply for this position please send a cover letter and your resume to hazcon@hazcon.com.au

Expressions of Interest

When HAZCON has no vacancies open we still invite interested and suitably qualified persons to provide a resume via our Expressions of Interest program via sending a cover letter and resume to hazcon@hazcon.com.au

HSE Trainers

We are looking for enthusiastic people with relevant industry experience in OHS/WHS, who have a good understanding of regulations and enough background based experience to competently deliver various HSE training courses. Please view the training pages on our website prior to applying to view the courses we offer and their outlines to assess your suitability for a position as a HSE trainer with HAZCON.

You must have a Certificate IV in Training & Assessment, a driver's licence and be willing to undertake a Police Check and a Working with Children's check.

HSE Consultant

We are seeking an experienced HSE consultant or scientist with a keen interest in asbestos and occupational hygiene. There is an opportunity to develop in a consulting role expanding your expertise in occupational hygiene and safety. You would be part of our consulting team providing evaluation, monitoring and consulting services to a wide range of industries.

We are looking for highly motivated people with a commitment to providing quality service to clients. You will have exceptional time management skills and be able to adapt quickly to a diverse range of activities.

A reliable car and a driver's Licence are essential. If you are interested in a rewarding career in the Occupational Health & Safety field, please send your confidential resume to:



107 Princes Highway

Trafalgar Vic 3824


Phone: 1800 426 266

Fax: 1800 429 267

Email: hazcon@hazcon.com.au


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