Location: Birmingham | Salary: £50-60K + packageWe are currently recruiting a Health & Safety Manager to work on a major civil engineering / infrastructure project based in the West Midlands. Working within a team of experienced Health and Safety professionals, you will work closely with the project teams to ensure the highest standards of health and safety are maintained during […]
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Senior Health and Safety Manager – London £55K – £70K + car + packageWe are currently recruiting a Senior Health & Safety Manager for an International Construction Consultancy working on a number of major projects based in London. Working closely with the project teams you will ensure the highest standards of health and safety are maintained during the construction process. […]
Location: London | Salary: £50-60K + car allowance.
A large, international consultancy currently have the opportunity for an Associate Director to join their Training and Litigation department, based in central London. As an Associate Director, you will be responsible for managing various training initiatives across the country with specific responsibility for:
Winning new projects to achieve business plan
Managing a team […]
Location: Home/Site based | Salary: £30-35K + car allowance.
We are currently working with a specialist Fire Safety Consultancy who are looking for a junior or experienced Fire Risk Assessor to work with their varied clients within the public, housing and private sector. Based from their Head office in Herts, you will cover numerous sites in the South East region.
This is […]
Location: London/Milton Keynes | Salary: £50K.
A large construction consultancy with UK-wide coverage are currently looking for a CDM Consultant to join the team in either their London or Milton Keynes office. This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing organisation in providing expert CDM Advice and Guidance. As a CDM Consultant you will be responsible for maintaining a high […]
Location: Leeds | Salary: £18-35K.
A large construction consultancy with UK-wide coverage are currently looking for and Assistant Health and Safety Consultant to join their team in the Leeds office. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who has recently started their career in Health & Safety, or for an established Health and Safety consultant looking to further their skill set […]
Location: London | Salary: £45-55K.
Do you have a passion for Health & Safety? Would you like to work for one of the UK’s largest speciality media companies? If so, then we have a great new opportunity for you. Our client is looking for an engaging Health & Safety professional who can lead in the development and implementation of H&S policy […]
Location: Birmingham | Salary: £50-60K + package.
We are currently recruiting a Health & Safety Manager to work on a major civil engineering / infrastructure project based in the West Midlands. Working within a team of experienced Health and Safety professionals, you will work closely with the project teams to ensure the highest standards of health and safety are maintained during […]
London: London | Salary: £31-41K.
A prestigious London university has an opportunity for an Assistant Radiation Protection Officer to join their large, well established Health and Safety Team. Drawing upon your excellent communication skills you will assist the Radiation Protection Officer in the development and promotion of radiation protection policies through:
Assisting the Safety Training Manager in the development and presentation […]
Location: East Grinstead | Salary: £30-35K + car + benefits.
Are you looking for an opportunity to join a specialist Health and Safety consultancy business? Our client provides a range of professional Health, Safety, Fire, and Asbestos services to an established client base and they currently have an opportunity for a Health, Safety, and Fire Consultant to join their team. We […]
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