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Transport Safety Investigator

NSW Public Service Commission - Sydney, NSW

Government, Defence & Emergency
Source: uWorkin


Organisation/Entity: Transport For NSW
Job Category: Safety
Job Location:Sydney, NSW, AU, 2000
Job Ref No: 12230
Employment Type: Permanent Full-Time
Salary Range: $129042.0-$153345.0
  • Crown Employees Award Transport Officers Grade 8 ($129,042 - $153,345), plus employers contribution to superannuation, annual leave loading and on-call allowance
  • Ongoing Full Time Opportunity
  • Sydney CBD Location with regular travel to incident/accident sites across the transport network

The Opportunity

We have an exciting opportunity for a Transport Safety Investigator to be a part of our Office of Transport Safety Investigations team.

OTSI investigators work individually and in collaboration with other team members to improve transport safety by investigating bus, ferry, and rail incidents and accidents, liaising with operators, and identifying opportunities to eliminate or better manage risks to safety.

OTSI is building a team of motivated, agile and resilient people from a variety of backgrounds who want to play a part in improving the safety of transport passenger (bus, ferry, and rail) and freight rail services in NSW and reducing the risk of future accidents and incidents across transport modes.

In addition to conducting independent investigations, our Transport Safety Investigators contribute to a renewed focus on data collection, analysis, and research, and raising the safety awareness of industry.

OTSI has a collaboration agreement with the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) which provides our investigators with the opportunity to gain a Diploma of Transport Safety Investigation through RMIT.

About Us

OTSI was established as an independent office in 2005 to give the people of NSW a high degree of confidence in the safety of the transport system and network. It contributes to the safe operation of passenger transport and rail freight services in NSW by initiating and directing investigations into accidents, safety-related incidents and transport safety risks. The Chief Investigator determines what to investigate and ensures investigations are conducted in a fair, impartial and rigours manner applying a balanced, ‘no blame’ approach to understand what happened, why it happened and how it might be prevented in the future.

Essential requirements

  • Relevant qualifications and/or experience in engineering/trade, forensics, safety sciences, risk management, safety management systems and/or human factors.
  • Ability to apply contemporary safety investigation analysis techniques.
  • Ability to undertake and lead field investigations.
  • Proven ability to undertake research, synthesize information and conduct complex analysis
  • Demonstrated high level writing skills and ability to clearly communicate complex concepts
  • Demonstrated high level negotiation and influencing skills

Please click here for a copy of the position description.

Please note: The successful candidate will need to undertake background checks and criminal record checks.

How to apply

To apply for this position, please submit a resume and brief covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses:

  • The reason for your interest in this position, and
  • How your skills and experience suit the role

For more information on how to apply for a role in the NSW Public Sector please click here and for more information on the Office of Transport Safety Investigations please click on link provided.

Should you have enquiries about the role, please contact Peter Newman or Natalie Pelham on 02 9322 9202.

Salary and Benefits

The salary for this position is Crown Employees Award Transport Officers Grade 8 ($129,042 - $153,345) per annum plus superannuation and leave loading.

Our Commitment to Diversity

Great people come from all walks of life. At Transport for NSW, we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve.

We welcome and encourage applications from all people regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, cultural background, or sexual orientation.

Applications close: Wednesday the 2nd of June at 11:59pm

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