£35k - 40k per year + Package
about 2 years ago
Health and Safety Advisor - 40K plus package based near Kennington, Kent and covering sites in the South East.
This is an excellent opportunity for a Health and Safety Advisor to join a growing family run organisation who have a fantastic reputation as an established and growing business across multiple disciplines in Construction and Civil Engineering. As a family run business they have excellent core values and offer exciting opportunities to progress within the organisation. Reporting directly to the Health and Safety Manager, you will be responsible for monitoring safety performance and maintaining a strong safety culture.
A heavily site focussed position, the successful Health and Safety Advisor will be organised, have strong communication skills and be able to manage their own diary autonomously.
This role is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to progress their career further with a progressive multidiscipline organisation who prioritise Health and Safety. Engaging with a wide variety of work, the successful Health and Safety Advisor will receive support and development to enhance their career further.
The appointed Health and Safety advisor will be responsible for:
- Undertake and mange site inspections
- Giving health and safety advice to the site team and toolbox talks.
- Accident investigations
- Conduct training
- Conduct regular audits
- Incident reporting
- Attend regulal internal and client meetings
The ideal candidate will possess:
- Nebosh Construction or Nebosh General or equivalent.
- Construction and Civil Engineering experience is essential for this position.
- Full UK Driving licence.
- Rail experience and PTS card is beneficial.
In return the salary is £35-£40k + Company car + Fuel card + Pension scheme + 21 days annual leave plus bank holidays + Life insurance
This is an urgent requirement and we have immediate interview availability over the coming two weeks. To ensure you don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity, please apply immediately to avoid disappointment.