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Psychological Health, Safety And Injury Management I Senior Manager

PwC Australia - Melbourne, VIC

HR & Recruitment
Source: uWorkin


Line of Service
Internal Firm Services

Not Applicable

IFS - Human Capital (HC)

Management Level
Senior Manager

Job Description & Summary

With PwC, you’ll ignite a meaningful career while being supported by a flexible working culture, innovative learning and development opportunities and progressive policies and benefits, such as 18 weeks paid parental leave for mums, dads and foster carers (no minimum service!)

What will you create?

You’ll help Australian businesses, not-for-profits and governments create value and improve the way they work. From digitising healthcare, to creating smarter cities and igniting our start-up industry, together we build trust in society and solve important problems.

People & Culture bring this to life by working at the very heart of our business as innovators across all areas relating to people. Staying ahead of the game on the latest management thinking and cutting edge technology, the team is broad and encompasses areas from talent acquisition, to human resources and more.

As the Senior Manager, Psychological Health,Safety and Injury Management, you will be responsible across the two critical areas:

Psychological Health & Safety

You will lead the new psychological health and safety function, with a focus on providing expertise and advice to influence sustainable and measurable improvement in the prevention and mitigation of psychological health and safety risk, management of our obligations and design of our WHS strategy.

Injury Management and Return to Work

Lead the design of our early intervention, injury management and return to work services for employees with work and non-work-related injuries and illnesses, with the goal of achieving timely, efficient and sustainable return to work outcomes.

Your impact will be seen by:

  • Providing leadership and expert advice to key internal stakeholders predominantly in relation to psychological health & safety risks, issues and requirements.
  • Leading the design, development and implementation of a Firm-wide Early Intervention and Injury Management Framework.
  • Actively planning and providing authoritative analysis, specialist knowledge, expertise and advice on current trends, research and evidence to influence improvement in relation to organisational psychological health & safety risk.
  • Overseeing and contributing to the development, delivery and evaluation of psychological health & safety risk initiatives and training programs.
  • Analysing workplace data including surveys & organisational design to assist with understanding change management and psychological hazard identification processes. Developing and implementing PwC policy, procedures and processes to facilitate early intervention, reasonable adjustments, injury management services and quality return to work programs.
  • Managing and monitoring the firm’s workers compensation premium by monitoring premium triggers, monitoring premium impacting claims, participating in insurer claim review meetings, and communicating premium forecasts and trends to key internal stakeholders.

About you 
  • You are an experienced professional, with a background in Psychology, who wants to make a difference. Your communication and organisational skills are exemplary.
  • You possess an accredited postgraduate qualification/degree in Psychology, and have expertise in one or more of the following areas: organisational, behavioural, social or cognitive psychology.
  • You have demonstrated experience in psychosocial risk management with a proven track record of achieving positive outcomes for workplaces.
  • You have the ability to develop innovative solutions in a complex environment and work proactively to resolve issues.
  • You have a minimum 8 years’ experience in injury case management including management of insurance premiums and reporting on key performance indicators and other measures.

You’re collaborative and enjoy working in an innovative environment. You’re a problem solver by nature and want to join a firm that values the kind of people who reimagine the possible for their clients and stakeholders. Most importantly, you act with integrity and show care for the people you work with.

Life at PwC

Our culture and benefits are something we’re proud of, and also why we’re consistently named as one of Australia’s best workplaces. With PwC, you’ll belong to an inclusive community where differences are both embraced and the underlying driver in everything we create together.

We empower you with the technology, coaching, flexibility and trust needed to make a meaningful difference, while supporting you in bringing your whole self to work each day. We’re committed to building and maintaining a diverse workforce because we know it’s only by working together that we can realise the potential of our people, clients and society around us.

We’re living this commitment through initiatives including our Reconciliation Action Plan to increase Indigenous employment and employee-led diversity networks promoting cultural, disability, LGBTI and gender equality. At our core we’re a people business, which means you’ll be supported not just in your professional development but your personal growth as well.

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Travel Requirements
Up to 20%

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Government Clearance Required?

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