Health & Safety Manager
Up to £65,000 + Car/Car Allowance
Are you an experienced Health & Safety professional within Major infrastructure projects? Looking for a role that could propel your career forward?
The client is one of the leading engineering and construction companies in the UK and provide specialist building, civil engineering, and rail expertise to a range of markets to provide a truly integrated service to clients. They possess proven experience and deliver successful projects in a wide range of industries, including commercial, industrial, education, rail infrastructure and depots, airports, waste, and energy. They will support both financially and through mentorship towards chartership and other relevant qualifications.
Key duties will include:
- Review and communicate previous weeks H&S challenges
- Liaise with the Client, Supply Chain, Sub-Contractors, the public, and other stakeholders
- Manage and mentor a HSQE Advisor who will be a direct report.
- Be responsible for Health and Safety for all on site and promote a “Safety first” culture
You will be an experience Health & Safety Manager who is currently CMIOSH or working towards chartership. You will have experience working within major projects, with the ability to communicate effectively with the client. The project will be focused on the earthworks of the project, where the operational team will be carrying out excavation for the laying of HV cabling.
The client is looking to have the successful candidate start in ASAP, so interviews are due to take place once applications are received. Once your application is processed, there will then be an initial telephone call to discuss experience and motivation, following the call, interviews will be arranged.
Ganymede is committed to creating a diverse workforce and is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of age, disability, gender, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation