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Work Health and Injury Management Coordinator
  • 9day fortnight - Who doesn't like a day off each fortnight?
  • Free on-site parking
  • Supportive team environment

About your next role:

Instead of telling you what a Work Health & Injury Management Coordinator does all day, we'll tell you why you should come be a member of our team. You're a champion for work health and injury management initiatives focused on injury prevention, stay at work/return to work for work and non-work-related injuries. 

  • You'll be working productively as part of a high-performing team to ensure the achievement of outcomes, including building, maintaining, and fostering good relationships with colleagues, clients, and team members.
  • You'll be working to achieve the best outcomes for workers, managers, supervisors, and council.
  • You will be assisting to minimise impacts associated with injury and ill health.
  • You'll be partnering with stakeholders to proactively monitor health and implement injury prevention strategies .
  • You'll provide specialist expertise and advice on stay-at-work and return-to-work initiatives to workers and managers.
  • You can quickly build trust-based relationships with key stakeholders. People come to you for advice, trust your advice, and value your expertise.
  • You're a team player and have excellent communication skills.
  • You'll be the primary contact with LGW (Local Government Workcare) and operate as Council's nominated Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator.

What you need to start:

  • Appropriately qualifications as a Workplace Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator.
  • Tertiary qualifications in Work Health & Safety, Injury Management or related discipline would be highly regarded.
  • Detailed knowledge of relevant legislation in the fields of Workers' Compensation & Rehabilitation is required, along with a working knowledge of Health & Safety
  • Training qualifications would be highly regarded.
  • Demonstrated high level communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills including the ability to:                                     
  1. Negotiate, advocate, engage and present information clearly;
  2. Remain impartial and communicate with influence on sensitive/complex matters at all levels;
  3. Maintain strict confidentiality of information and documentation; and
  4. Deliver effective, concise, integrated, and credible options to injury management issues.
  5. Supervise a small team

Ability to provide support to injured workers with work caused or work impacting injuries or conditions.

More for you:

  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Ongoing learning and development opportunities
  • Active social club
  • 91K + Super
  • Salary Packaging options
  • On-site coffee shop
  • Discounted private health 

The community we serve:

The City of Logan is a proud, grassroots community, filled with mavericks, makers, and innovators. Here, neighbourly love is strong; environmental and business values run deep; and culture, heritage and diversity are our DNA.

This position requires not only an experienced and competent Communication Specialist, but also a solution-focused and creative out-of-the-box thinker. For more detailed information on the requirements of the role, please refer to the position description, by clicking HERE.


If you'd like some more information about the role, contact our Hiring Manager Jason Hughes at

To express your interest in this role, please forward your Resume and a Cover Letter outlining your relevant skills and experience in support of your application by the closing date of Friday, 24 March 2023.

Job Ref: RS000160
Submitted: 10-03-2023
Contact: Rebecca Sutton
Contact Phone: 07 3412 4240

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