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Managing Health & Safety Advisor

Shirley Parsons
£55k - 65k per year
Closing date
15 Dec 2021

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We have an exclusive and unique opportunity to join a dedicated Health & Safety advisory business as a Managing Health & Safety Advisor. The position will involve managing a small team of Health & Safety Advisors in the East and South East of England, as well as providing Health & Safety advice to a wide range of businesses and construction projects. This position offers a good amount of responsibility and flexibility, working at both a strategic and hands-on level. The successful candidate must have a strong Health & Safety background in Construction / Building, as well as experience delivering training. This role will be working on sites throughout the South East and East of England, and should be commutable to the offices in Cambridge.

The role of the Managing Health & Safety Advisor will be to:

  • Provide Health & Safety Advice on a range of projects across the region, for various companies
  • Manage a small team of Health & Safety Advisors
  • Manage aspects of finance, including the forecasting of budgets and budgetary control of the business
  • Attend the Directors Board meetings to discuss future business plans and developments as they occur

  • The successful Managing Health & Safety Advisor will have:

  • 5 + years' Health & Safety experience within the Construction / Building industry
  • The NEBOSH General / Construction certificate as a minimum. Ideally will have a Diploma level Health & Safety qualification
  • The PTLLS training qualification, or equivalent, as well as IOSH and/or IIRSM membership
  • The ability to work autonomously and be self-motivated

  • Vacancy Ref: PR/007361
    Vacancy Contact: Max Linden | | 07860432246

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