HSE Manager

Job Description

HSE Manager (Project roles in various locations throughout the UK and Europe covering construction, manufacturing and aviation sectors)

Hunter Safety Group is made up of a team of passionate health and safety experts, providing essential management, support and advice to clients all over the UK and Europe.

We are looking for motivated, professional and experienced Health & Safety managers to join our team. The right candidate, who is driven and looking for future progression has a very exciting opportunity to further their career within the Health & Safety sector. You will be an integral part of this company and its success.

We have a number of permanent positions available with an immediate start. These are flexible, rotational roles working across the UK and Europe.

Key roles and responsibilities:

· Coordinating the work activities of contractors through permit to work and on-site meetings

· Ensuring compliance to CDM management systems, audits and inspections

· Conducting safety meetings to a high standard

· Constructing and presenting site inductions and toolbox talks

· Conducting onsite training where necessary

· Undertaking incident investigations to a high standard including Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

· Advising contractors on best practice, supporting them to ensure a safe method of working is always established

· Working cooperatively with all team members including senior managers, clients and contractors to ensure good communication

Key personal characteristics:

· Experience within a Health & Safety role (2 years preferred)

· Experience and working knowledge of Construction and Design Management 2015 (CDM)

· Excellent computer skills including use of Microsoft Office

· Highly organised individual capable of managing their own time

· Thrive in a fast-paced, demanding environment

· Patient, level-headed and works well under pressure

· Able to react quickly and efficiently to changing demands and requirements

· Motivated and driven to progress within the company

· Willing to work away from home, varied shift patterns, 12-hour shifts and Europe-based projects


· NEBOSH General Certificate – (essential)

· NEBOSH Construction - (desirable)

· First Aid Trained - (desirable)

What you’ll get in return:

· A competitive salary of £38,000-£60,000 per year, depending on experience

· Daily onsite bonus, every day working on site over 10 hours (£50 Monday to Saturday, £100 Sunday)

· 33 days annual leave including bank holidays, which increases after every two years’ service – to an industry leading maximum 43 days after 10 years

· Long service recognition

· Ongoing training and support from a central team based at our head office in West Yorkshire

· A fantastic work culture, with events organised throughout the year to bring the team together

· Yearly salary reviews