Maintenance Trainer Assessor - Western Australia

Location:Western Australia
Job Type:Full Time

About BHP

Operations Services (OS) is a Production and Maintenance workforce offering permanent roles within BHP – focusing on our people, how we connect and achieve high performance.

Operations Services seeks to promote an inclusive and diverse workforce within the communities in which it operates. To promote an increase in diversity, and for the purpose of achieving substantive equality between females and males within Operations Services, females are strongly encouraged to apply.

About the role

We have opportunities for experienced Maintenance Trainer Assessors at a range of sites in Western Australia. Whilst in this role, you will be dedicated to maintenance deployment streams. Trainer/Assessors will be site-based and work rosters will be in conjunction with frontline. As we grow, our Trainer/Assessors may be required to move between different sites to support new and upcoming OS deployments.

You will:

  • Use your experience in machinery maintenance to deliver competency based training materials to individuals or groups;
  • Conduct Verification of Competencies for specific equipment and/or HRWLs to ensure new team members are competent and authorised to work;
  • Review performance and implement training in line with business drivers;
  • Contribute to the design of training plans and support colleagues close any training gaps;
  • Ensure training materials are maintained in line with business and industry standards;
  • Ensure team members are adequately skilled and are available across all shifts to ensure safe and effective execution of work;
  • Work with team members to support upskilling and career progression
  • Coach and mentor team members on how to identify improvement opportunities and implement solutions relating to standardised work;

About You

As a Certified Trainer Assessor, you will also demonstrate:

  • Relevant maintenance qualifications ideally through a fitting/mechanical trade or similar
  • Site-based mining experience applying your skills in machinery maintenance;
  • A passion for delivering your technical expertise to others in an engaging and professional way;
  • Solid experience as a Trainer Assessor within the resources sector;
  • Hold a current Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment or higher;
  • Have maintained currency with the plant/equipment and work activities in which you train/assess;
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to effectively prioritise tasks and work autonomously;
  • Exceptional presentation and communication skills with a proven ability to build relationships and facilitate presentations;
  • Understanding of tactical decision making and prioritising for value, and;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively coach to improve performance and upskill.

Your diversity of thought and practical experience will be embraced and you will be empowered to make a real difference to our business.

Supporting a diverse workforce

At BHP, we recognise that we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.

We know there are many aspects of our employees’ lives that are important, and work is only one of these, so we offer benefits to enable your work to fit with your life. These benefits include flexible working options, a generous paid parental leave policy, other extended leave entitlements and parent rooms.

The safety of BHP’s people and our candidates is our number one priority. Due to the unfolding circumstances of COVID-19 and the Government regulations in place to deal with the pandemic, your working location and/or roster as advertised in this advert may be temporarily subject to change whilst the government regulations are in place. This is to ensure the health safety of our workforce, and to implement effective social distancing measures. These changes if applicable will be discussed at screening and interview stage.