Quality Regulatory & Compliance/ Health and Safety Manager ANZ

Date: Jun 14, 2024

Location: Canning Vale WA (AUS), Western Australia, AU - Australia

Company: Arjo


Empowering careers at ARJO

At Arjo, we know what moves us. We go above and beyond for people facing mobility challenges. We take every opportunity to work and grow as one team and take pride in sharing our knowledge and experience. Does that sound like something that moves you too?

This could be your opportunity to begin a challenging and rewarding career in a healthcare company that empowers movement for people with mobility challenges.


Arjo Australia – Great Place to Work Certified – May 2024
                           Best Workplaces for Women - 2023

•    97% of our employees said that when they joined the company, they are made to feel welcome.
•    97% of our employees feel they are treated fairly regardless of their sexual orientation.
•    95% of our employees feel they are treated fairly regardless of their gender or race.
•    95% of our employees are proud to tell others they work here.

What is the Opportunity?
An exceptional opportunity now exists for an experienced Quality Regulatory Compliance & Health and Safety Manager, supporting the Arjo Australian and New Zealand business.

The role is responsible for ensuring that the Quality Assurance, Regulatory Affairs, Post Market requirements and Workplace Health and Safety requirements are implemented, current and monitored in Australia and New Zealand.

Though reporting directly to the Snr Director Quality and Regulatory Compliance, RoW, this role works in collaboration with the President SEAPAC and the General Manager New Zealand to define and implement QA strategies, promote quality in service delivery, continuous improvement, monitoring compliance, identifying and evaluating deficiencies, and minimizing business risk while operating within the ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 Quality Management Systems. 
This role is both challenging and exciting and provides the opportunity to build your capabilities further in a team delivering business results. 

Your role will involve:
•    Conducting various internal and external audits to ensure adherence to standards across the  board; 
•    Preparing the organisation for ISO external Audit and Accreditation meetings;
•    Ensure Management and staff are trained and fully understand their role in the quality management system;
•    Efficiently manage non-conformances within the business;
•    Maintaining and running HSE System, including but not limited to providing safe systems of work and injury management support to staff;
•    Implement Safety improvements, and drive a safety culture;
•    Identify trends and address safety concerns;
•    Manage Safety committee and facilitate meeting;
•    Conducting regular Safety & Quality audits and inspections;
•    Cyclical training of all staff and ensuring management and staff are trained and fully understand their role in quality management system;
•    Document and Data maintenance and control;
•    Compiling and conducting various reports for the leadership team;
•    Efficiently manager non-conformances within the business;
•    Keeping informed regarding pending or potential industry changes, best practises and assess the impact those changes could have on the organisational processes in place; 
•    Ensuring full compliance with OH&S Legislation and Company policies;

To be successful in this position, you will possess:
•    Bachelor’s degree discipline or equivalent three (3) years Quality Systems and Regulatory Affairs management in the medical devices or related industry;
•    Minimum 3 years’ experience in a QSE role in an SME;
•    Qualifications and/or extensive experience in internal Auditing;
•    Proven experience of quality and regulatory systems;
•    Detailed knowledge of relevant standards such as ISO AS/NZS 9001, SOP124 ISO14001 and ISO45001;
•    Demonstrated expertise with Microsoft Windows operating system and MS office applications;
•    Experience in leading a Quality & Regulatory Compliance team and participating as part of an organisations leadership team;
•    Experience in monitoring, reviewing and completing activities according to previously defined priorities; 
•    Ability to manage several projects;
•    Organisational skills;
•    Ability to work under pressure; 
•    Risk assessment and management;
•    Ability to motivate and influence people. Strong impact and presence; 
•    Please note you are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to commence in this role;

What we will offer in return

At Arjo, our vision is to be the most trusted partner in driving healthier outcomes for people facing mobility challenges.

In return, we recognise and value our global employees. You will also have the opportunity to work in a highly engaged and vibrant workplace culture, which includes:

•    Great Place to Work Certified – May 2024
•    Great Place to Work – Best Workplaces for Women – Australia 2023
•    Paid Parental Leave Scheme
•    Total Employee Wellbeing Program
•    Free onsite parking
•    Our Guiding Principles Reward and Recognition
•    Being part of a Market-leading supplier of medical devices and solutions for people facing mobility challenges.

Why diversity matters to us
At Arjo, we believe in the power of diversity. We strongly encourage applicants from all parts of society, which means building a more diverse, equitable, inclusive and engaging environment – not only in the workplace, but also within the communities that we serve, work in and live in. We achieve this through a culture and mindset that values the uniqueness of all our people.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander are encouraged to apply and explore a career with Arjo.
Successful applicants will be required to undergo relevant reference checks, national police and a pre-employment medical check (including a drug & alcohol screening), and be up to date with their Covid-19 vaccinations prior to appointment.

For those with a passion to improve mobility outcomes for others, a rewarding career at Arjo awaits.

We look forward to receiving your application!


About Arjo

At Arjo, we believe that empowering movement within healthcare environments is essential to quality care. Our products and solutions are designed to promote a safe and dignified experience through patient handling, medical beds, personal hygiene, disinfection, diagnostics, and the prevention of pressure injuries and venous thromboembolism. With over 6500 people worldwide and 65 years caring for patients and healthcare professionals, we are committed to driving healthier outcomes for people facing mobility challenges.

For more information about Arjo visit www.arjo.com