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HSE Advisor

Essential Information

  • Location:East London, Greater London, South East, England
  • Sector:Sustainable Business
  • Salary:£45000 per annum
  • Publish date:13/05/2024
  • Job ID:V-32638
Health and Safety Advisor

  • Are you passionate about Health and Safety and do you strive to influence a positive Health and Safety culture in construction?

  • Are you looking to work with a collaborative and flexible team?

  • Do you have an in depth understanding of CDM (Construction Design Management)


If so, look no further…

A proactive and motivating position has arisen for a Health and Safety Advisor to join our client, a residential development company covering the South of England to work within their Minor works team.

This role would see you providing Health and Safety advice and guidance at residential construction sites London and Home Countie,  ensuring full compliance with H&S and CDM legislation and procedures. The ideal candidate would be based in a location suitable to commute to East London twice a week.  


Why the Health and Safety Advisor position is something you should apply for:

  • The role is in a newly created department within the business, this comes with autonomy and opportunity to mould the role and make it your own. 

  • This role offers a lot of training and development for you to excel your career

  • This organisation provides a lot of flexibility and autonomy. They have a positive attitude towards work/life balance.

  • You would be working with a large Health and Safety team in which you can collaborate and share new ideas and initiatives. 


The successful Health and Safety Advisor  will:

  • Hold a NEBOSH General Certificate and/or Construction Certificate

  • Have held experience within the property sector (housing, construction, property services etc).

  • Hold a valid UK drivers licence and own a vehicle. 

  • Support the wider Health and Safety team in overseeing Health and Safety aspects across the entirety of Minor Works projects.

  • Deliver proficient guidance on Health and Safety to Minor Works personnel, drawing from a comprehensive understanding of relevant laws, internal policies, and industry standards.

  • Guarantee compliance of Minor Works projects with the Health and Safety management system and pertinent legal obligations.

  • Perform routine audits to assess the safety performance of Principal Contractors, aligning with our obligations as a client under the CDM 2015 regulations.

  • Visit sites to conduct audits, ensuring that Principal Contractors have established and regularly review both management and welfare arrangements.


In return the successful individual will receive an attractive compensation package consisting:

  • Salary of up to £45,500 DOE

  • Car allowance

  • Flexible working requests

  • 35 hour working week

  • Time in lieu


If this could be of interest, please apply now.