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Senior CDM Consultant

Location: City of London | Salary: £45-60K + car allowance + package.

We are looking for a Construction Health and Safety Professional who is able to work independently on projects typically throughout London and the South East. Projects can be in any location in the UK so a willingness to travel is also required. You will also be required to work […]

Senior Acoutics Consultant

Location: Manchester or Peterborough | Salary: £38K + Benefits.

A large international project management and engineering consultancy are currently looking for a Senior Acoustics Consultant to join their Manchester or Peterborough Office. As the acoustics Consultant you will project manage the delivery of acoustic workstreams in support of small, medium and large-scale projects and project teams. This position will work closely […]

Construction Health and Safety Consultant

Location: London | Day rate: £300-400 (3 days per week for 3 months).

Excellent opportunity for a Construction Health and Safety Consultant to work with a major international consultancy to provide professional Health and Safety advice to a corporate client. You will be working closely with the end-client to advise on Health and Safety strategy, their client-side construction Health and Safety […]

Health & Safety Consultant

Location: London | Salary: £300 day/£350 nights – 3 months.

A leading UK transport infrastructure contractor requires a Health and Safety Consultant to work on a major electrical project at Gatwick Airport. You will be responsible for day-to-day site safety, working closely with the site team to maintain consistently high standards of Health & Safety. Your key responsibilities will include:

Monitoring […]

Fire Risk Consultant

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.

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CDM Consultant

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 […]

Assistant Health and Safety Consultant

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 […]

Construction Health and Safety Consultant

Location: London | Salary: £38-42K + car allowance.

A large, international property consultancy have an opportunity for a Health and Safety Consultant to join their Construction Safety team, delivering professional Health and Safety services to clients in the construction and property sector. You will also be responsible for advising client organisations on CDM and acting as CDM Advisor on certain projects. […]

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