Job Description

SHEQ Advisor

Norfolk, UK
£50,000 - £60,000 per annum
Ref: LR.HS.N

SHEQ Advisor- Norwich 

Our client is currently recruiting for a SHEQ Advisor to be based in Norwich. They are a specialist Design & Build Contractor, Developer and Investor in multi-sector, mixed-use schemes.

As a SHEQ Advisor, you will be responsible for monitoring on-site activities to ensure all employees, sub-contractors, and visitors comply with our client's Health and Safety policies.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Assist project teams in the application of company Health and Safety policies and procedures.
  • Support the management with the delivery of SHEQ objectives.
  • Complete prevention inspections on a regular basis and ensure records are maintained.
  • Conduct health and safety audits observing workers to ensure they are following company policies and highlight any non-conformances.
  • Monitor SHEQ performance throughout the business & report to the SHEQ Director.
  • Extensive knowledge of SHEQ management systems within a Construction environment.
  • Assists with the development for SHEQ initiatives.
  • Participates in site progress meetings and complete health and safety investigation reports.
  • Attend regular SHEQ meetings and training as required.
  • Any other duties as required by management.

Education / Experience:

  • NEBOSH Certificate (General or Construction.), as a minimum. (NEBOSH Diploma desirable.)
  • A degree / HND in a construction or business-related discipline or equivalent relevant experience in a similar role
  • Experience of working in a busy, deadline driven working environment is essential as the role demands the ability to handle multiple submissions simultaneously
  • Experience of using databases, spreadsheets and the internet for reporting purposes
  • Experience of creating professional documentation to a very high standard with particular focus on accuracy
  • Creative flair coupled with the drive to produce bespoke tailored documents that accurately portray and sell the company
  • Demonstrates high levels of commitment and a pro-active attitude
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times and to develop good working relationships with all company departments
  • Flexibility with regards to site location within the UK & Ireland
  • Candidates should have the appropriate work permit or the right to work in the UK

To register your interest, please apply online or contact Lukciya at ICDS Recruitment 

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