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SHEQ Manager


Job Type

Full Time

About the Company

This is a fantastic opportunity for a SHEQ Manager to join a leading energy business, that builds its success based on the dedication and commitment of its team.

Integrity, quality, and a can-do attitude are a number of values that play a significant part in their continual growth. With this business you can be part of a community that fosters entrepreneurial spirit and supports you in your personal development.

About the Role

The SHEQ Manager will be responsible for co-ordinating, promoting and advising on all Safety matters, covering a range of projects, ensuring that the highest standards of operational safety are maintained at all times.

Responsibilities and duties include the following but are not limited to:
• Act as a role model in the approach to all safety-related matters, thereby supporting the business in developing the safety and quality culture within the project teams.
• Participate and promote relevant Safety campaigns/initiatives.
• Carry out incident/accident investigation and Safety and Quality inspections/audits.
• Assist in the collection, monitoring and distribution of relevant Safety information and accident statistics at both internal and external client Safety meetings.
• Co-ordinate the COSHH, Calibration & Inspection databases and facilitate provision to project staff.
• Participate in Safety monitoring relating to the company and client Safety procedures and practices.
• Assist in training relating to the company and client Safety procedures and practices.
• Represent the company at client Safety forums, Safety meetings and other events.
• Develop and compile Construction Stage Safety Plans & Safety Files, Quality Plans, review pre tender Safety Plans and assist with the compilation Risk Assessments, Method Statements.
• Ensure compliance with CDM 2015 including when required acting as CDMC for construction projects.
• Management and mentoring of junior members of the safety team
• Assist with the SHEQ support of project PQQ and tendering activities


  • A sound working knowledge of all relevant safety legislation, procedures and associated requirements (and their impact on day to day operational activities), gained from a safety management role within a utility / contracting environment.

  • A NEBOSH general/construction certificate.

  • Knowledge of electrical networks and associated plant and equipment, gained from previous relevant experience.

  • Experience in compiling project HSE plans and documentation.

  • Experience in managing compliance with CDM 2015.

  • Strong IT Skills with the ability to utilise Microsoft office package to deliver relevant statistical analysis and reports.

  • Evidence of good written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to influence others at both an operational and senior management level.

  • A full clean driving license.

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