SHEQ Officer-Construction or Utilities Sector

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Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd

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19th February




£32,000 - £42,000



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SHEQ Officer-Construction or Utilities Sector Home/Field Based covering London/South East £32K-42K plus vehicle, excellent pension, progression Are you a SHEQ or Health and Safety officer with a NEBOSH General Certificate, looking to work for a large, national company who straddle the construction and utilities sector? The company offer excellent benefits, job security and both career and salary progression,. The role will be covering a London/SE patch. Good locations for the role include South London and Crawley area. This varied role will include training staff, site visits, safety audits and incident investigation. The Role

  1. Full time, permanent home/field based position for a large national utilities company.
  2. Varied SHEQ role to promote safe working culture and ensure compliance to SHEQ legislation
  3. Role will be a combination of site visits, working from home and visits the companies regional offices.

The Person

  1. NEBOSH General or Construction Certificate
  2. Experience of working in the construction and/or utilities sector
  3. Experience of training/coaching/presenting to staff
  4. UK driving licence is essential

Reference Number: BBBH217036 To apply for this role or to be considered for further roles, please click "Apply Now" or contact Nick Smith at Rise Technical Recruitment. Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd acts an employment agency for permanent roles and an employment business for temporary roles. The salary advertised is the bracket available for this position. The actual salary paid will be dependent on your level of experience, qualifications and skill set. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitable candidates.

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