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Regional Trainer (Bristol)

Location: Bristol | Salary: £30-35K + company car

A leading tool, equipment, lifting, plumbing and pipe hire firm have an opportunity for a Regional Trainer to join their team, visiting sites in South and South West. The successful candidate will:

Deliver, conduct and supervise training and development programs for all employees across the company
Target and foster effective commercial relationships with customers including key accounts.
Selling […]

Regional Trainer (London)

Location:  London | Salary: £30-35K + company car

A leading tool, equipment, lifting, plumbing and pipe hire firm have an opportunity for a Regional Trainer to join their team, visiting sites in the London area. The successful candidate will:

Deliver, conduct and supervise training and development programs for all employees across the company
Target and foster effective commercial relationships with customers including key […]

CDM Consultant

CDM Consultant – South East – £Flexible.

A design and project management consultancy have an opportunity for an experienced and enthusiastic CDM Consultant to join them in one of their four offices in the South East region. As a part of an established team, you will be responsible for providing a high standard of service to clients in the housing, transport, […]

Health and Safety Manager

Location: South East London | Salary: £40-50K.

A specialist refurbishment and fit-out contractor has a vacancy for a Health and Safety Manager to join their team based in south London. If you have a construction safety background and want to progress your career in Health & Safety management, this stand-alone role offers you the opportunity to develop professionally and build your […]

Construction Safety Advisor

Location: London | Salary: £35-45K.

A specialist Health & Safety consultancy is currently seeking a motivated and client facing Construction Safety professional to join their rapidly growing team in Croydon. You will be responsible for providing Health and Safety support services to a variety of clients including Designers, Principal Contractors, and Sub Contractors. The projects you will be working rage in […]

Head of Health and Safety

Location: London | Salary: £60-70K + benefits.

A London based train operator are currently recruiting an engaging Health and Safety professional as their new Head of Health and Safety. This role will see you drive forward continuous improvement through the effective delivery of Safety, Compliance and Risk management. This is an excellent opportunity for a Senior Health and Safety manager ready […]

Senior Health and Safety Manager

Location: Central London | Salary: £60k – £70k + benefits.

We are currently recruiting a Health & Safety Manager to work with a large Commercial Property Developer based in East London. This is a fantastic opportunity to work with an organisation responsible for some of the largest redevelopment projects in Canary Wharf. You will be responsible for delivering the highest level […]

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