|Job Title||Head of Health and Safety|
|Job Published||3 days ago|
|Contact Name||Taylor Newton|
Head of Health and Safety – Silverstone - £Competitive
Silverstone is synonymous with British motor racing. With 70 years of rich history, the venue has a glorious heritage that is recognised and admired around the world. Since 1950 Silverstone has played host to the FIA Formula 1 British Grand Prix 51 times and the circuit also hosts a number of other high profile events including the British round of the FIM Motorcycle World Championship (MotoGP), the FIA World Endurance Championship and the world's largest historic race meeting, the Silverstone Classic
Fast forward to 2019 and the 550 acre home of the British Grand Prix is currently undergoing an evolutionary transformation of the venue. Now with a purpose-built hotel, an experience visitor attraction and a number of additional revenue streams coming on board outside of motorsport. It is a thoroughly exciting time and growth period for the organisation.
Principal People are delighted to announce that we have been retained exclusively as a search partner to the organisation, to identify a Head of Health and Safety to spearhead health and safety across an exciting variety of business operations.
Operating from Silverstone and as part of the Senior Management Team, this is an opportunity to embark on a fast-paced and ever changing journey with the company, influencing across a range of business operations and being surrounded by a culture of energy, optimism and team-work.
Why this is a great opportunity:
As the Head of Health and Safety, you will be responsible for:
To be strongly considered for this opportunity, the successful Head of Health and Safety will:
In return, the successful Head of Health and Safety will be offered a highly competitive salary, plus an exceptional package.
If this could be of interest, please register your interest with Taylor Newton firstname.lastname@example.org or Zac Wilson email@example.com now or call on 01252 759162 to ensure your application is considered.