Do you have experience in identifying, assessing, and developing controls for risks in industrial environments? Have you developed and applied frameworks supporting the management of multiple risks? If this sounds like you, consider joining our growing team in the Risk Analysis Unit. We have two new opportunities for industrial risk specialists who will lead and support risk-based projects, influence stakeholders throughout the province, and advise on risk-based strategies.
The Risk Analysis Unit at WorkSafeBC focuses on risks to workers in BC that cannot be readily identified and analyzed using existing, internal WorkSafeBC data sources. Categories of risks include catastrophic risks, emerging risks, slow acting harms, and risks that are undetected, underreported, or misdiagnosed.
What you’ll do
As an industrial risk specialist you will:
Identify and articulate potential risks to workers in industrial settings by sourcing and analyzing relevant information
Assess contributory risk factors and potential risk controls through the application of risk assessment frameworks, including bow tie analysis, HAZOP (Hazard and Operability study), FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis), processing mapping and analysis, and other risk assessment frameworks as appropriate
Design, develop, and implement frameworks for risk assessment and risk management, and lead the development of technical solutions for managing risk-based knowledge
Identify and assess regulatory frameworks relevant to contributory factors and risk control, and review regulatory frameworks in other jurisdictions
Lead project-based risk assessment and risk control efforts by providing direction to and monitoring a multi-disciplinary project team
Where required, travel within the province to liaise with government agencies, employers, professional bodies and industry associations to inform on and influence the practical application of risk-based approaches in industrial environments
Develop and deliver decision rationale for organization prioritization of risk assessment and risk control efforts
Is this a good fit for you?
We’re looking for someone who can:
Prioritize multiple projects in a fast-paced work environment
Work both independently and on a multi-disciplinary team
Network and build partnerships with internal and external stakeholders
Exhibit superior verbal and written communication skills, and exceptional organizational skills
Who are we?
At WorkSafeBC, we’re dedicated to promoting safe and healthy workplaces across B.C. We partner with workers and employers to save lives and prevent injury, disease, and disability. When work-related injuries or diseases occur, we provide compensation, and support injured workers in their recovery, rehabilitation, and safe return to work. We also work diligently to sustain our workers compensation system for today and future generations. We’re honoured to serve the 2.4 million workers and 238,000 registered employers in our province.
What’s it like to work at WorkSafeBC?
It’s challenging, stimulating, and hugely rewarding. Our positions offer tremendous diversity and excellent opportunities for professional growth. Every day, the work we do impacts people and changes lives. What we do is important and so are the people we do it for.
Being part of WorkSafeBC means being part of a strong, committed team. Along with a competitive annual salary of $76,909 - $97,067, your total compensation package includes vacation, optional leave arrangements, health care and dental benefits, and contributions toward a defined benefit pension plan. As a member of our team, you'll have access to services and benefits that can help you get the most out of work — and life. Learn more about what we offer.
If you’re the successful applicant, we’ll be making a conditional offer contingent upon your clearing a criminal record check under the Criminal Records Review Act. At the time of offer, you’ll need to provide consent for a criminal record check. Once we receive clearance, we’ll confirm your offer of employment.
WorkSafeBC is an inclusive and accessible employer committed to employment equity. We invite applications from all qualified individuals, however, only those under consideration will be contacted. If you’re unsuccessful, please accept our appreciation of your interest.
Visit www.worksafebc.com and select Careers to submit a resume and cover letter that details your characteristics, accomplishments, and prior work experience related to the requirements for the position. We can only accept applications submitted through our website.
Your experience and educational background:
A master’s degree in a related field and a minimum of three years of experience in industrial risk assessment and risk management or
A bachelor’s degree in a related field and a minimum of four years of experience in industrial risk assessment and risk management
A recognized occupational health and safety certification is an asset (e.g., CRSP, CSP, ROH, CIH, COHN)
A recognized certification or designation addressing aspects of risk assessment and risk management is an asset (e.g. CRM, P. Eng)
Working knowledge of project management practices and applications
An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered
Internal Number: #29804
WorkSafeBC is guided by the provincial legislation establishing standards for occupational health and safety. Our staff recognizes that workers spend a substantial part of their life at work, which is why we are dedicated to promoting safe and healthy workplaces across the province. In administering the Workers Compensation Act, we partner with workers and employers to save lives and prevent injury, disease, and disability. We provide compensation and support to injured workers in their recovery, rehabilitation, and safe return to work. We are proud to have reached our 100 year anniversary in 2017. We are honored to serve the 2.3 million workers and 231,000 registered employers of B.C.