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About Construction Safety Nova Scotia

Construction Safety Nova Scotia (CSNS) is an industry founded and funded membership based not-for-profit association focused on improving Occupational Health & Safety outcomes in the construction industry. Driven by our values of relationships, quality, and innovation and with the support of the Board of Directors, the CSNS team enables a safer construction industry by engaging with the membership organizations to reduce injuries and improve safety culture. CSNS provides subsidized training and services with qualified, competent, and engaging safety professionals. Working with diverse construction employers & employees, youth, and people throughout Nova Scotia, CSNS enables stakeholders to develop the knowledge, values, and skills needed for safer work practices. As leaders in Occupational Health & Safety, and through collaboration with industry partners, CSNS is making Nova Scotia safer.

Why work for Construction Safety Nova Scotia?

As a valued team member at Construction Safety Nova Scotia, you can make a difference in the lives of Nova Scotians by influencing workplace safety in the construction sector.

Construction Safety Nova Scotia embraces a culture of belonging in the workplace. No matter who you are, where you are from, how you think, what you believe in, or who you love, we welcome your application. We all come from diverse backgrounds and walks of life, bringing in unique perspectives and experiences. We encourage applications from 2SLGBTQIA+, Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC), women, newcomers to Canada, and people with disabilities. Please let us know if you require any accommodation in the application and interview process. We are proud to be named a 2023 Employer of Diversity by Atlantic Business Magazine.

Current Opportunities

Policy Analyst

Under the direction of and reporting to the Director, Quality and Innovation, the Policy Analyst plays a crucial role in understanding member concerns as well as monitoring, analyzing, and shaping policies related to safety in the construction industry. The Policy Analyst plays an important role at the forefront of identifying and advocating for member driven policy advancements, forging relationships with governmental bodies, and ensuring that CSNS remains informed and responsive to the latest safety industry trends affecting the sector. The Policy Analyst works closely with subject matter experts and stakeholders and contributes significantly to the promotion of a culture of safety and ensuring the effective implementation of policies that safeguard the well-being of workers and communities within the construction industry. View the complete job description and apply on Indeed.