Health, Safety and Environment Manager

Posted 5 months ago by Shirley Parsons
Contract Type Permanent
Salary £40k - 48k per year
Sector Construction HSE
Posted 5 months ago
Apply by Wednesday, 17 October 2018

We are Exclusively working with a Construction Organisation in the recruitment of a SHE Manager.  This is a brand new position made within their organisational structure due to the growth demands of the business.  

The successful candidate will be playing a vital role in embedding the Health, Safety and Environmental culture within the business and implementing a positive behavioural change to safety within the workforce. 

The Role:

  • The responsible point of contact for all Health and Safety related issues within the business.
  • To develop a strategy for improving the Health and Safety culture within the business.
  • To develop the Health and Safety Policies and Procedures that adhere to government legislation requirements and expectations of the business.
  • Proactively work with the project teams to support successful delivery of projects in line with Health, Safety and Environmental best practises.
  • Have a hands-on approach by conducting site inspections and audits then following up with the appropriate corrective actions.
  • Attend Client HSE forums and meetings.
  • Covering projects along the M4 corridor as well as Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Essex and Cambridgeshire.

The Candidate:

  • NEBOSH Certificate in construction or equivalent. 
  • Grad member of IOSH would be desired with the view to progress to a Chartered Member.
  • Construction background within either Civil Engineering, Utilities, Rail, Highway or Build.
  • A vibrant and energetic character with a passion of making a positive change within a business. 
  • CSCS card essential, alternatively appropriate fitness levels to achieve status.
  • Forward thinker, ability to overcome obstacles where appropriate quickly and efficiency. 
  • Self-efficient who can manage workload/ prioritise workload. 
  • Candidate must hold a Driving Licence and be comfortable with the travel involved in the role.