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Rail Safety CoordinatorMetro Trains
Metro is a multi-award winning organisation , and we pride ourselves on our team of honest , high performing professionals who are talented, inclusive and safety focused and who are at the core of our success. You will be joining an organisation that is known as a global leader in its field but also prides itself on being dynamic, embracing new technologies and focused on customer service. Our aim is to promote work/life balance, allow team members to bring their best to work and to truly be focused on a common goal which is to provide a world-class railway service.
As the Level Crossing Removal Project continues to deliver a safer and more efficient train network, the Metro team involved in this large-scale project is expanding to respond to current and future works. The experience gained in this exciting, multi-disciplinary environment will be valuable to building your career in rail construction. We are currently seeking a Rail Safety Coordinator for work on our Southern Program Alliance This is a full-time permanent role based out of Mentone with travel to site office locations throughout the project.
The Role: As a Rail Safety Coordinator within the project delivery team, you will: • To provide support to the Rail Safety Manager in managing aspects on the implementation of Rail Safety Plans, Business Plans and Alliance policies and procedures. • Interface between Project Planners and In-Field Safeworkers to ensure constancy, quality, compliance and efficient delivery of works. • Be responsible for documentation, including Safeworking rosters, Agreed Protection Plans (Photoshop & InDesign programs), Daily Reports, Safeworking Work Packs and Daily Resource Spreadsheets • Provide in-field supervision to ensure appropriate systems, procedures and processes are being implemented • Conduct regular Rail safety Compliance Inspections and high risk audits in line with the scope of works utilising appropriate systems and procedures.
• Set up Track Force Protection, Absolute Occupations with multiple workgroups, Lookout protection and receive a PTWN when required; • Responsible for managing incidents, reporting into MTM INX system and completing any actions as required • Review of planned works in the Rail Corridor and completes RSWHA’s to ensure correct method of protection selected. • Attend daily/weekly planning meetings and liaising with internal/external stakeholders Desired Skills & Experience: The successful candidate will be a qualified Track Force Protection Coordinator 3.3 who has: • Demonstrated extensive experience in Safeworking at a Coordinator level • Permit to Work Near Recipient (Preferred but not essential) • Lead Investigator (Preferred but not essential) • Lead Auditor (Preferred but not essential) • Work Health & Safety (Preferred but no essential) • Strong skills in building relationships and working with others • Experience in a fast paced project environment • Thorough knowledge of MTM High Vo....