Medical & Injury Management Advisor

Date:  02-Aug-2022

Granny Smith - Laverton, WA, AU

Company:  Gold Fields Group Services (Pty) Ltd
Job Req ID:  62547

Role Details

Gold Fields – Granny Smith is currently seeking an Advisor: Medical & Injury Management with pre-hospital and critical care experience to join their Sustainable Development department.

Reporting to the OHS Coordinator, you will be responsible for contributing to organisational capability, and securing the optimal health of the workforce by effectively coordinating all occupational health, injury management, rehabilitation, health promotion and associated functions for site.

      Safety is a core value at Gold Fields, and we expect all levels of employees to always act in a manner that seeks to enhance the safety culture and performance of our company.

This role is offered on an 8 days on 6 days off the roster and is fly-in fly-out from Perth.


Benefits include:

Gold Fields has a vast array of benefits including:

  • Stability - Granny Smith has a 10-year mine life
  • 6 % Site Allowance & Quarterly Bonus Scheme & Private Health Insurance Allowance
  • Salary continuance scheme and life insurance
  • Continual training and the ability to expand your career


About the role:

  • Managing the site medical clinics; providing routine medical treatment and advice as well as emergency response whilst adhering to the poison permit requirements.
  • Coordinate the injury management function for the site, inclusive of business partners, to ensure maximum levels of fitness for work can be achieved.
  • Liaise with medical & allied health professionals regarding appropriate treatment and ensure that rehabilitation plans are monitored and followed through.
  • Undertake fitness for work assessments by facilitating onsite drug and alcohol screening and reviewing pre-employment medicals for site clearance. 
  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality in communications and ensure sensitive information is kept secure.
  • Assist Sustainable Development Team with regulatory compliance regarding occupational hygiene on site through regular biological monitoring. 
  • Prepare and distribute quality health information reports, using organisational style guidelines within agreed timeframes to meet business requirements.
  • Complete compliance audits as per site schedule.
  • Assist with first aid training of the mine’s emergency response team (ERT), volunteers, and local community groups.


About you:

  • ALS certified Registered Nurse / Paramedic with Pre-Hospital & Critical Care experience
  • Previous injury management experience and previous experience in a similar role
  • Demonstrated understanding & application of relevant legislation
  • Possession of a valid Driver’s License as a minimum
  • Previous INX experience highly regarded
  • Previous Injury Connect experience is highly regarded


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We are committed to achieving a diverse and inclusive workforce, and strongly encourage applications from female, Aboriginal, and Torres Strait Islanders, as well as candidates with culturally diverse backgrounds.