Health and Safety Job Opportunities Jobs
Acre works with a range of clients from across the globe to recruit the highest calibre talent in the health and safety jobs space within both in-house and consultancy. Our specialist team work across all industry sectors and locations to recruit health and safety consultants, advisors, management and countless other health and safety vacancies.
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· United Kingdom, London £32,000 - £38,000 plus Benefits
Acre is currently working with a well regarded membership body, who are looking to expand their consultancy service and require a Delivery Manager. The purpose of the role is to support two Business Development Managers, to ensure the timely delivery of consultancy projects across a variety of sectors.
The organisation offers consultancy in the areas on Environment, Health and Safety and Sustainability.
The successful individual will be responsible for: Programme management and oversight of various advisory services Managing a network of internal and external subject matter experts Maintaining a database of Associates that can be called upon Budget management, ensuring projects are delivered on time and in budget Acting as point of contact for Clients
This would be an excellent opportunity for an individual who enjoys the variety of working in a consultancy environment, managing projects and subject matter experts, with minimal emphasis on business development.
The successful individual will have:
Extensive project management experience in a consultancy environment Financial management skills The ability to prompt and mitigate project risk Strong Microsoft Office skills, including Excel and PowerPoint First class communication skills
+44 (0)20 7400 5572
· United Kingdom, London £200 - £350 per day
A well-renowned media organisation is urgently looking to hire a Health & Safety Consultant for a 1-2 month project.
Working closely with the Head of Health, Safety and Environment, the successful incumbent will be working across a number of projects, reviewing and improving the quality and collection of data for their documentation. The individual will also be responsible for analysing and upgrading their internal safety processes (including gathering and analysing incident data, and advising the business on potential improvements).
You will be: Managing contractors and raising the quality across their processes and methodologies Investigating the organisation’s work streams and ensuring H&S compliance throughout Redesigning and rewriting guidance notes and procedures Advising on process improvement where necessary
This role is an interactive and visible role across the business, so it is essential that the successful candidate has excellent communication and interpersonal skills. You will also have a professional and pragmatic approach to your workload, with the ability to quickly write reports and manage workloads to tight deadlines.
A CMIOSH accreditation is highly preferential.
+44 (0)20 7400 5581
· United Kingdom, South Yorkshire £28,000 + Benefits
An exciting opportunity has arisen with a high profile environmental services company who are expanding rapidly throughout the UK and Europe. This organisation provides a range of critical services to a wide variety of industrial clients throughout the UK and the incumbent will join a large existing QHSE team.
This position is ideal for a driven and ambitious individual who is looking to develop their QHSE career. This is an excellent opportunity to engage with all levels of an organisation and this role is expected to be a platform from which the successful candidate can launch a QHSE career inside the organisation.
The main responsibilities of the role will cut across the entire QHSE program from collating and reporting emission data, maintaining logs, through to coordinating training, inductions and interfacing with the Environment Agency. The successful candidate will have: A degree (or equivalent) ideally in Chemistry or a related QHSE discipline Experience within a health and safety, environment, or quality role Close attention to detail with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously is essential Experience in the pharmaceutical, chemical, or waste sector would be advantageous
This position will suit a self starter who is comfortable working independently or as part of a team.
+44 (0)20 7400 5579
· United Kingdom, Leeds £40,000 - £45,000
Our client, one of the world’s leading property development and investment companies, is currently looking to secure a Health and Safety Manager to cover a 1 year maternity leave.
The purpose of the role is to support and advise our clients’ key stakeholders within their Retail & Development Portfolio, ensuring that their clients comply with statutory and contractual obligations. The range of responsibilities will include:
Developing and implementing the Health & Safety policy Providing monthly compliance reports Carrying out audits and providing subsequent advice Providing guidance on any changes to policies, procedures or legislation as required
The successful candidate will be well organised and an excellent communicator, with the ability to lead and influence when required, as well as working collaboratively as part of a team. Ideally, you will be:
NEBOSH & CMIOSH qualified Experienced in Health and Safety across the retail and construction sector Experienced in drafting policy, writing reports and interpreting legislation
It would be beneficial to have experience in:
Property Management Health & Safety experience in a service delivery environment Environmental management.
You must be a flexible team player, willing to travel nationwide with a full, clean driving license.
+44 (0)20 7400 5583
· United Kingdom, London Up to £250 per day
A global property company is urgently looking to hire a Construction Design Management Co-ordinator to join their London based team, initially on a 3 month basis with a potential to extend thereafter.
The successful candidate will be working on a variety of projects with various public sector clients, where you will be ensuring compliance with health and safety legislation.
You will be:
Ensuring all projects comply with CDM 2007 Regulations Preparing all documentation around each project for clients (PCU, health and safety) Coordinating and liaising with designers to obtain and collate design risk and hazard information Attending regular project meetings on client site
The successful candidate will have previous experience of working on CDMC in the public sector, able to work effectively both independently as well as within a team, and with a high degree of professionalism as this is a client facing role. You will have excellent communication and organisation skills, as well as being proactive and efficient in your work ethic to allow project deadlines to be met as required.
+44 (0)20 7400 5583
· United Kingdom, Home Counties £50,000
A global chemical organisation is urgently looking to secure an Interim Group SHE Advisor on a 3 month basis, with the potential to extend thereafter.
Working with the Group Risk & HSE Manager, you will be providing support to the Group Companies to achieve improved safety and environmental performance by developing and enhancing the impact of group standards, processes and procedures.
You will support the improvements of the auditing system and procedures to agreed corporate standards.
You will be responsible for: Providing advice across the group on improvement processes of the information and management systems to achieve SHE excellence Carrying out audit work across global sites, recognising company, national and international standards and regulations Mentoring and training on site SHE professionals, engineers, site management and production staff across the group, providing on- going leadership and support Assisting in the production of the annual and quarterly reports at company and group level
The successful candidate will ideally have an engineering or scientist degree, with solid experience of auditing within the chemical industry, on COMAH sites and producing COMAH safety reports. You will be:
IOSH qualified An effective communicator Knowledgeable on EHS legislation Experienced at working on large global sites
This role will involve extensive global travel, often at short notice.
+44 (0)20 7400 5583
· United Kingdom, Essex To £55,000 base + Car + Benefit package
Acre is working with a leading chemical firm to recruit a dynamic corporate EHS manager/advisor. This is a global role in an expanding company, and will primarily focus on the delivery of EHS audits and the implementation of behavioural change/improvement programmes relating to safety.
In addition to providing advice and leadership to global sites in all areas of environmental performance, H&S and sustainable development, the role will involve:
Working as part of a dynamic corporate EHS team to deliver information and management systems needed to achieve excellence Presenting plans and proving advise to senior management and to the leadership team Continually improving safety and environmental performance through programmes, standards and policy implementation Travelling to global manufacturing sites for circa 40-50% of the role
The successful candidate will have a solid background of EHS in a chemical or pharmaceutical manufacturing or process safety engineering environment, along with:
Experience of working across at least 3 different countries or regions with experience of regional legislation, policy and risk management A scientific or engineering educational background is advantageous
This is an excellent opportunity for an EHS professional who is passionate about improving business performance through good EHS practice. The post holder will enjoy professional development and the opportunity to progress in an expanding global company.
+44 (0)20 7400 5578
· United Kingdom, South East Up to £50,000 + £6,500 Car allowance + Benefits
Acre has been engaged by one of the UK’s largest construction, regeneration and support services companies to identify two new HSE Managers. In these posts you will monitor, advise and support standards across HSE and compliance across statutory and company requirements within their Capital Works division.
Key responsibilities/objectives will be:
To promote and encourage excellent standards and continuous improvement of HSE management across the region To ensure guidance is given on corrective actions and monitor improvement To deliver training courses to staff to ensure compliance with current legislation and best practice To assist the Principal HSE Manager in the preparation of operational reports To respond to accidents and incidents within appropriate timescales ensuring that internal and statutory notifications are in place while investigating and recording information accurately
The successfully candidate will have proven experience of maintaining excellent standards across HSE on major construction projects.
You will have as a minimum: Level 3 Qualification (NEBOSH Cert/Construction Cert) FASET, Confined spaces, Scaffold Inspection, Fire Marshall IOSH affiliated member
Working with the project teams, you’ll develop innovative ways to improve standards and provide supply chain with honest, accurate, easy to interpret feedback and recommend measures of improvement.
+44 (0)20 7400 5573
· United Kingdom, London Up to £50,000 + Benefits
Acre has been engaged by the UK's leading Facilities Management business to identify a new QHSE Manager. This role will be based from their offices in the Docklands or London Bridge, but will have responsibility across a large, high profile London property portfolio. Key responsibilities will include the promotion of QHSE & Compliance standards throughout the client’s sites which has c50 buildings across London.
Develop and maintain internal audit and inspection regimes, and nurture an ‘audit ready’ culture across the portfolio. Ensure audits & inspections are recorded and drive the completion of corrective actions Deliver QHSE training modules and briefing material to staff and client staff, as required Advise on management of building portfolio risks (e.g. asbestos, HVAC, water hygiene, cooling towers) Manage a team of 4 QHSE Advisors
The successful individual is likely to come from an engineering/technical facilities management background and will bring with them a detailed understanding M&E building maintenance.
Experience Required NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Safety & Health or equivalent Ability to effectively deliver QHSE training Internal Auditor qualification and auditing experience A sound grasp of the practical implementation of ISO 9001, 14001, OHSAS 18001 Good presentation and writing skills
This is an excellent opportunity for a bright candidate, with great project management, communication and influencing skills to join an established, high profile business and work with a prestigious client.
+44 (0)20 7400 5573
· Turkey, Istanbul Up to 150,000 Turkish Lira per annum + Benefits + Bonus
Acre has been engaged by a Global Real Estate and Facilities Management business to identify a new Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager. You will be part of a team of 4 people responsible for supporting the EHS Lead in implementing and managing our clients' Integrated Facilities System and Management across their clients’ multi-site EMEA property portfolio.
This will include:
Identifying national legislative standards and best practice Designing and implementing practical risk management strategies and procedures based on the EHS Management System Demonstrating leadership in health, safety and environmental issues, ensuring that the EHS Management System and Standards are readily used and identified in all managed properties Ensuring compliance with all client owned EHS policies and practice by staff and contractors Monitoring compliance and performance; reporting against the client and EHS metrics and KPIs
The successful individual will have substantial specialist EHS knowledge and experience, preferably from a Property or Facilities Management background.
You will also have:
Practical working knowledge of EHS tools and techniques within a Facilities Management or Manufacturing environment Previous management experience within HSE systems, working with corporate clients Significant practical experience of problem solving EHS issues in a dynamic/diverse environment Experience of investigating incidents and reporting objectively Effective written communication - ranging from factual/technical reports and risk assessments, through to the drafting of account policy, and training materials
This is a unique opportunity for a CMIOSH (Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health) or national equivalent to join a highly successful global business.
+44 (0)20 7400 5573
· Ireland, Circa €95,000 + benefits
Acre has been engaged by a global pharmaceutical company to identify an exceptional EHS Senior Manager to join their global corporate Environment, Health and Safety team. The individual will be integral to the strategic development and implementation of global EHS and Energy programmes at this exciting time in the company’s expansion and continued commercial success.
Key responsibilities of importance for both the internal manufacturing and R&D sites and third party manufacturer sites include:
Exercising expert knowledge of regional and global business drivers, regulation and standards to deliver innovative business solutions Leading the implementation of new EHS and Energy programmes , management systems, compliance tools and global policies alongside creating a world class behavioural safety culture Interacting with all levels of the supply chain and manufacturing organisations to influence change and promote Environment, Energy, Health and Safety improvement Managing consultants and EHS programme budgets to ensure periodic evaluations Some global travel
Alongside extensive technical EHS experience at site and corporate level, the successful individual will have experience of:
Regional and/or global EHS or Energy, Environment, Health and Safety programme development and implementation Experience in the chemical, pharmaceutical or high risk manufacturing operations involving process safety/loss prevention, environmental controls, potent compound and industrial hygiene management Superb communication, influencing and stakeholder management experience
This is a rare and exciting career opportunity for professional advancement at a global corporate level.
+44 (0)20 7400 5582
· United Kingdom, London £45,000 - £55,000 + Excellent Benefits
An exciting opportunity has arisen with a leading supplier to the entertainment industry. This organisation supplies to a broad range of clients across the country, including the highest profile festivals, concerts and sporting events in the UK. This position is ideal for a driven and experienced health, safety and quality professional who is looking for the next step in their career.
The main responsibilities include:
Assessing the current SHEQ strategy, policies and procedures and working with senior management to refine and develop improvements Implementing the strategy throughout the organisation by engaging and influencing key stakeholders Conducting training, audits and inspections to ensure policies and procedures are being implemented Introducing a fresh approach to quality which aligns with and improves the commercial operation
The successful candidate will have:
A NEBOSH Diploma (or equivalent) and be a member of a professional body Experience of working to 14001, 18001, and / or 9001 standards and TQM Experience in the entertainment, broadcasting or events sectors would be advantageous The ability to communicate across all levels of an organization with both internal and external stakeholders Experience with Six Sigma would be looked on favourably
This position will require a self starter who can lead by example and hit the ground running.
+44 (0)20 7400 5594
· United Kingdom, West London £ Salary and Commission Based on Experience
Acre is working with an award winning Canadian Technology Company to source a talented sales professional for their expanding UK operations. Our client provides complete and integrated environment, health, safety and quality software solutions, as well as business performance management. Now, due to the overwhelming need for increased bandwidth in European markets, they are aggressively expanding their sales presence.
As a member of the Sales Team you will gain valuable experience conceiving, creating and executing sales strategies for individual clients and accounts. You will enjoy working in a fast-paced, customer-focused environment, be resourceful in identifying business requirements in addition to preparing and delivering presentations. Responsibilities will include:
Working with the Sales Team to formulate and implement new strategies
Generating new business leads and capitalising upon those generated by existing marketing programs
Account management through onsite, phone and email correspondence
Delivering online and onsite sales presentations and software demos
Preparing and delivering quotes and proposals
Experience in selling software is required along with a university degree and proven sales experience. In addition you will have:
Excellent presentation skills
Superior written communication skills
Sales or lead generation experience with enterprise level applications
Ideally, an understanding of Environmental, Health, Safety or Quality issues
Proven experience with preparing and delivering PowerPoint presentations
This is an opportunity to join a firm with a prestigious array of accolades, having been listed in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 North America for three consecutive years and included on exclusive lists of Best Employers in Canada in 2012.
+44 (0)20 7400 5579
· United Kingdom, Hampshire Circa £45,000 plus Benefits
Acre is currently working with a leading global manufacturer to identify a talented individual who will be responsible for the implementation and maintenance of Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) strategy for a modern manufacturing facility. This is an opportunity to join a highly diversified global manufacturer with global sales in excess of £10bn.
The successful individual will be responsible for providing leadership on-site for all aspects of environment, health, safety and security. This will involve:
Establishing EHS objectives and targets alongside the corporate EHS manager
Directing EHS activities on-site
Communication of national and local regulatory requirements
Assuring accurate and complete EHS reporting metrics
Delivery of EHS training for all personnel on-site
Managing relationships with external stakeholders including local authorities and enforcement agencies
Creating a strong EHS culture that engages with employees at all levels
The successful individual will have:
Significant experience in EHS programme management and training, ideally within the automotive or aviation manufacturing sectors
Proven ability to influence and lead a diverse workforce in EHS best practice
Strong team building skills
Strong organisational skills
Recognised professional certification (IOSH, IEMA)
Degree in relevant discipline
This is an opportunity to join a world class organisation and take ownership of EHS at a site level, working closely with the corporate team. The position is part of the site management team for a large facility with in excess of 900 employees.
+44 (0)20 7400 5572
· Italy, or Germany, Venice or Berlin £ Competative
Acre has been engaged by a globally integrated Real Estate and Facilities Management business to source a new Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Advisor. You will be part of a team of 4 people responsible for supporting the EHS Lead in implementing and managing our client’s Integrated Facilities System and Management across their client’s multi-site EMEA property portfolio; ensuring compliance with cultural, client and statutory requirements. This will include:
Identifying national legislative standards and best practices
Designing and implementing practical risk management strategies and procedures, based on the EHS Management System
Demonstrating leadership in health, safety and environmental issues, ensuring that the EHS Management System and Standards are readily used and identified in all managed properties
Ensuring compliance with all client-owned EHS policies and practice by staff and contractors, and report against EHS metrics and KPI’s
Supporting a programme for the audit, measurement and reporting of EHS performance against agreed standards
Day-to-day essential duties:
Provide guidance and advice on health and safety risk management at all levels on the account
Establish effective relationships and work co-operatively with the account teams, client organisations, contractors and the EMEA Operational Risk Team
Ensure a continued working knowledge of relevant current legislation
Provide technical advice on all relevant EHS issues and advise accounts of changes in legislation that will impact on service delivery
Promote and develop a positive EHS culture at all levels throughout the accounts
Identify and deliver account EHS training requirements
Support Facilities Managers in developing relationships with key internal and external EHS stakeholders
Support the completion of workplace risk assessments and reviews in accordance with legislation or upon request
Analyse and track audits - make regular reports to the account EHS Lead
You will need to have previous local experience (Southern or Western Europe) in the management of EHS across complex, multi-sites portfolios, and a practical working knowledge of EHS tools and techniques within a Facilities Management or Manufacturing environment. You will ideally be degree qualified in an associated EHS qualification, be CMIOSH (Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health) or national equivalent. It would also be desirable to hold a Lead Auditor Qualification. You must also be fluent in English and hold a local driving licence as frequent, regional travel will be required.
+44 (0)20 7400 5573