This role is accountable to the Director of Estates for all matters relating to the health, safety and wellbeing of staff, consultants and third party contractors working within and on behalf of the Estates Division (ED). This includes implementing the ED Health, Safety and Wellbeing policy, ensuring effective health and safety compliance, auditing and reporting.
What you'll be doing
You'll be responsible for driving high standards of health, safety and wellbeing performance and statutory compliance within a Division of 350 people with an annual capital and operational spend in excess of £200m.
You'll ensure that all directly employed staff and external contractors operate safely with robust risk assessments and safe systems of work in place. You'll conduct periodic audits, collate safety data and lead on the investigation of any accidents or incidents.
In addition, you'll lead on the implementation of staff welfare and wellbeing initiatives across the Division.
Whilst acting as the Safety Officer the role holder will manage the implementation of an ISO 45001 compliant Occupational Health & Safety Management System and will provide professional health, safety and wellbeing advice and guidance to the ED as required.
The role holder will interface with the Health and Safety Coordinators embedded within the Programme Delivery and Estates Operations teams and with the University's Safety Office to ensure alignment with the University's health, safety and wellbeing policies and practice.
To apply please send a CV and a couple of paragraphs on why you feel you're suited to this exciting requirement to firstname.lastname@example.org, ref: MSCAMHSM
All direct and third-party applications will be forwarded to Maxwell Stephens.
For a confidential conversation please get in touch with our engaged consultants at Maxwell Stephens; either Peter Forshaw (email@example.com) OR Michael Bleasby (firstname.lastname@example.org) both on 0207 118 4848
Please quote reference BA25431 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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