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Employment Opportunities

Expression 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

Current Vacancies

HAZCON is currently seeking Environment, Health and Safety Consultant with asbestos experience.

Details of the postion are:

Since 1994, HAZCON has been committed to offering quality HSE and training services to our clients. Our extensive experience and knowledge of Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) in Australian workplaces gives us the ability to provide our clients with professional HSE assistance and training that is coherent, targeted and relevant to each workplace.

HAZCON enjoys an excellent reputation from clients based Australia wide in business, industry and government as a provider of quality, professional HSE consultant and training services.

The Position:
Currently we're seeking a person to work full time who is a qualified, self-motivated and who is a suitably experienced Environment, Health and Safety Consultant with asbestos experience. The position is based from our Notting Hill office; however, inductions and initial training may be conducted at our Trafalgar Office.

The Candidate:
To be considered for this position, it is essential you have all of the following (as a minimum):

  • Experience in Asbestos audits, Asbestos Air monitoring and fibre counting;
  • Effective time management skills;
  • Strong report writing skills and attention to detail;
  • Sound knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite;
  • Current drivers licence, own vehicle and be prepared to travel predominately within Victoria; 
  • The position is majority based in the field, so the ability to work in various locations is essential;

            * Be flexible and available for work/travel outside normal office hours and to remote locations as required, including early starts and/or late finish times and some weekend work depending on our workload and client's requirements.

  • Working with Children Check (WWC);
  • Be willing to undergo a Police Check ; and
  • A degree in a Science discipline, Occupational Hygiene and/or a Safety discipline or a related degree is advantageous but not essential.

The Responsibilities

  • Conducting Asbestos air monitoring and fibre counting within a NATA Accredited laboratory,
  • Asbestos and Hazardous Material site audits and clearance Inspections, including pre-demolition and renovation audits,
  • Conducting Asbestos sampling, identification analysis and reporting,
  • Conducting Asbestos in Soil Risk Assessments,
  • Client liaison (communicate to all levels of organisations for various industries including government)
  • General laboratory maintenance and calibrations,
  • Provide technical reports based on findings using relevant legislation standards and guidance,
  • Be able to work on projects and problem-solve autonomously, and conduct site inspections and risk assessments for asbestos related issues.

With potentially; depending on experience work to ensure the relevant ISO/AS/NZS Standard and Quality management processes and systems are followed across a range of HSE disciplines which may include, but is not limited to:

  • Non asbestos related air monitoring assessments
  • Indoor air quality assessments
  • Occupational noise monitoring assessments
  • Preparation of Environmental Management Plans and technical reports. 
  • Preparation of occupational hygiene reports
  • Preparation of technical reports including data management and presenting findings, and where applicable recommendations, to clients.

Please visit our website at www.hazcon.com.au for more information about HAZCON and the services provided.

If you are interested in this rewarding position, please send a cover letter and your resume to hazcon@hazcon.com.au by  Friday 10th January 2020.



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