HSQE ADVISORS & Trainee HSQE Advisors, Remote Working

  • Job Reference: HSE Jobs
  • Date Posted: 11 July 2022
  • Recruiter: Knights Brown
  • Website: https://www.kightsbrown.co.uk/
  • Location: Hampshire
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: On Application
  • Bonus/Benefits: Excellent Benefits, see advert for details
  • Sector: Health & Safety Advisor, Quality Assurance, SHEQ, Health & Safety Officer
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Knights Brown is an independent, multidisciplinary, construction company delivering projects in a variety of sectors including marine, energy, and infrastructure.

We are looking for operational HSQE advisors to join our head office support team at trainee and experienced levels.

You will remotely work from your home with occasional visits to the head office in Hampshire. Travel will be required to our sites in Central, Southern areas of the UK and South Wales. Our work is predominantly based across southern England and Wales, however, we also provide a service to energy sector customers all over the UK and you will be required to travel to sites and provide support to all. This shall entail occasional overnight stays.

We believe people should enjoy fulfilling careers, customers should feel pride in their projects, communities should be improved by our work, and the environment and nature should benefit from our activity.

We're passionate about delivering the best results whatever the challenge, are down to earth, approachable, responsive and decisive.

We are now seeking to strengthen our established team of dedicated professionals providing support in our business on safety, health and well-being, the environment and sustainability, and quality assurance.

The trainee role would be ideal for applicants with some initial experience, ideally in a construction based position, with a foundation level safety or environmental qualification, with a view to achieving IOSH or IEMA membership. Full training and support for career advancement will be provided.

Applicants for the experienced position should already have a track record in a similar role and be a qualified member of IOSH and/or IEMA.

All applications should be passionate about continuous improvement, have a strong work ethic, a mindset to tackle challenges with enthusiasm, and be effective communicators.

We offer full career support and ongoing training plus a competitive salary, a company car with fuel card, and a comprehensive package of benefits including 26 days annual leave plus bank holidays, employer contribution pension scheme, opt-in private medical insurance and life assurance. We also offer a number of non-contractual benefits including a 24/7 employee assistance programme, your birthday off and employer supported volunteering opportunities.

Knights Brown actively promotes inclusiveness, creating an environment where individuals have equal opportunity to achieve their full potential and where employees feel respected. We believe a diverse and skilled workforce is essential to our success.