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Regional Safety, Health, Environment and Quality

Essential Information

  • Location:Penrith, Cumbria, North West, England
  • Sector:Sustainable Business
  • Salary:£45000 - £52000 per annum
  • Publish date:05/07/2024
  • Job ID:V-32871
Regional SHE Manager

  • Are you looking for a role that is hands on and impactful?
  • Do you want to work with a business that truly values their employees and customers?
  • Are you looking for a role in which you can be a role model and influencer in SHEQ?
If so, look no further…


A collaborative and rewarding position has arisen for a Regional Safety, Health and Environment Manager to join a successful construction organisation in the north west.


This role is reporting into the SHEQ Director, working closely with Health and Safety teams to maintain a positive safety culture and standards.  Covering areas in Cumbria, you will spend much of your time visiting various construction sites developing best practice systems.


Why the Regional SHE Manager position is something you should apply for:

  • The role comes with opportunities to learn and develop in your career.
  • The client designs and builds excellent quality homes with passion.
  • You will be reporting directly to and working with the SHEQ Director.
  • There is a very positive team culture with good rewards and benefits. Their employees are truly valued.

The successful Regional SHE Manager will:

  • Evaluate and update existing Safety, Health, and Environmental (SHE) procedures to align with new legislative or policy changes.
  • Offer expert technical advice and support across all departments and job sites.
  • Collaborate with departments and the SHEQ Director to develop and implement effective, best practice safety systems.
  • Partner with colleagues to promote change and ensure consistent practices across all regions when managing specific projects.
  • Provide guidance, support, technical information, and assistance to subcontractors at our sites.
  • Lead SHEQ improvement initiatives, including conducting trials, preparing proposals, delivering training, and disseminating information to ensure smooth implementation.
  • Conduct training sessions and offer guidance to various sites as needed.
  • Analyse and monitor external site visit scores and reports, identify trends, and provide guidance or on-site assistance to help site teams improve and maintain consistency.
  • Perform regular site inspections and prepare detailed reports for site managers using an online system.
  • Identify and highlight trends from SHE visits, inspections, and reports, and review related risk assessments and controls.
  • Conduct thorough investigations of all reported accidents and incidents on sites and prepare comprehensive reports.

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

  • Salary of up to £52,000
  • Bonus up to 20% of annual salary
  • Company car OR car allowance of £7020 p/a
  • Annual leave of 26 days + bank holidays
  • Individual private medical insurance
  • ER Pension contribution 5% rising to 7% after 5 years of service

If this could be of interest, please apply now through our retained partners and HSE / sustainability executive search organisation GS2 Partnership.