Location: Wolverhampton | Salary: £38-42K. A West Midlands-based is affordable housing organisation have an opportunity for a Construction Health and Safety Advisor to join their team on a permanent basis as the key point of contact on all construction related health and safety matters. Due to a recent plan to invest £335m into building new housing over the next 5 […]
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Location: Dublin | Salary: £300-350 + flights + hotel. An excellent opportunity for a Freelance Health and Safety Consultant to join a specialist demolition and civil engineering contractor with responsibility for a major demolition project near Dublin. You will be site-based with responsibility for providing expert advice and guidance on all aspects of site safety in a demolition-focused environment. Working […]
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 and Safety services to an established client base and they currently have an opportunity for a Construction Health & Safety Consultant to join their team. We are […]
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