Return to Work Coordinator

About UsBusways is Australia’s largest privately owned bus operator, providing services across NSW, including Western Sydney, North Shore and West, Central Coast and the Mid-North Coast, and in South Australia. Over the past 79 years we have developed a passionate and engaging brand in the transport sector and are one of the most well-known bus passenger transport operators in our operating regions.With a team of more than 2,600 people, committed to transporting over 60 million passengers each year, we pride ourselves on taking a proactive approach to public transport delivery to ensure the customer’s journey is as seamless as possible.About the RoleThe Return to Work Coordinator is responsible for providing early intervention and injury management support, rehabilitation and return to work services within Busways. On a day to day basis you’ll co-ordinate injury management plans for occupationally ill or injured employees; liaising with employees, their supervisors, treating doctor(s) and providers to ensure the safe and timely rehabilitation of our employees.Working closely within your team, you will play a key role in influencing outcomes and supporting sound business decision making on workers compensation and return to work programmes. Your responsibilities will include but are not limited the following:Full life cycle workers compensation and injury case managementCo-ordinate and attend meetings with internal / external stakeholders.Monitoring and reporting in relation to all aspects of works compensation and Injury managementLiaison with external organisations (insurers, service providers, medical professionals, specialists)Provide advice and support to Busways management, regarding new and emerging claims and direction on complex matters.Assisting the team in any area as required and performing any associated tasksThe core focus and areas of responsibilities of this role will have a strong emphasis on the return to work function. However, you will also have the opportunity to work on and implement health and wellbeing initiatives within Busways.Required CriteriaA minimum of 3 years' experience in workers compensation and the coordination of Return to Work (RTW) programmesRelevant tertiary qualifications and accreditation with demonstrable knowledge and relevant experience of workers compensation and injury claim managementStrong attention to detailA high level of computer competence, in particular Microsoft Word and ExcelA demonstrated ability to effectively prioritise your workload and manage multiple priorities with competing deadlinesA strong work ethic and a results-oriented attitude with a commitment to confidentialityStrong verbal communication skills that will allow you to build professional relationships across a diverse workforceMust be an Australian Permanent Resident or CitizenYour Application:If you believe this is the perfect role for you, please apply by submitting a resume and a cover letter that specifically addresses your skills and experience in relation to the role, duties and essential criteria.Busways is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to achieving a diverse workforce. We strongly encourage applications from people representing all diversity groups and ages such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQ+, people with disabilities, religious beliefs and ethnicity. 60000 AUD Pymble 2073