Regional Facilities Management Safety Manager
Salary: £48K - £55K per annum, DOE
Contract: Full time, Permanent
Who are we?
We are Gov Facility Service Ltd, a non-profit company owned entirely by the Ministry of Justice, supplying facilities management services to 50 prisons over the South and East of the UK with over 1,400 staff.
We are three years young, with a head office in London and dozens of opportunities to work across the south of England. But we’re growing fast.
It’s a great time to get involved and help shape the future of the company - and forge a great career at the same time.
Why join us?
You will become a key worker which provided job security throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Become part of a high-performance organisation which has a people focused culture.
Who are we looking for?
We are looking for highly motivated, customer-oriented people from all walks of life to bring the right skills to our organisation.
This means you could be on the first rung of your career - or someone who has decades of experience in a technical environment. Or, you could be ex Forces and seeking the ideal place to use your considerable experience in civilian life.
What do we offer?
Amongst the many benefits, you’ll enjoy real job security, a competitive salary and 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays on top).
Our company pension kicks in on day one.
People matter to us. Therefore, everyone at GFSL can access impressive health and wellbeing support services. As we reach the one-year anniversary of COVID, we take the safety of our people very seriously. That’s why a core value is ‘Everyone goes home safe’.
We are seeking a Regional Safety Manager to assume responsibility for:
• Promoting a positive health and safety culture throughout the Region
• Supporting the development and the implementation of the safety management system within Opus and further supporting materials such as toolbox talks and guidance
• Undertaking accident and incident investigations
• Delivering safety briefings in line with the training programme requirements
• Devising and deliver health and safety training as appropriate to the target audience
• Working with the operational teams to reduce the number of safety and environmental incidents to a minimum
• Carrying out programmed and ad hoc inspections and site visits
• Reviewing health and safety plans, method statements and risk assessments
• Assisting with the assessment of subcontractors and reviewing their performance
• Collate management information and reports to provide regular H&S updates and insights
• Supporting activities to create awareness and promote the implementation of policies and objectives
• Facilitate the sharing of best practice and learning across the region and the wider safety team
• Determining ways of reducing risks
You must be able to demonstrate the following Qualifications and Experience:
• At least 3 years’ experience in a similar role providing health and safety support within Building Services, Facilities Management or the M&E sector.
• NEBOSH certificate.
• NEBOSH Diploma / NVQ 5 or equivalent.
• CMIOSH or equivalent is desirable.
• High levels of theoretical, operational and procedural experience and skill.
• Experience with writing, reviewing, explaining, presenting complex information, procedures, writing complex investigation reports and root cause analysis.
• Experience of writing and devising bespoke training sessions.
• Experience dealing with challenging situations, alongside the need to liaise effectively with external stakeholders.
You will need to meet our stringent vetting requirements and satisfy pre-employment checks.
Why not apply today and we’ll be in touch?
No agencies please.
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