Health & Safety Adviser (South) Health & Safety Adviser (South) …

Quilter
à Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
CDI, Plein-temps
Dernière candidature, 06 août 20
Competitive
Quilter
à Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
CDI, Plein-temps
Dernière candidature, 06 août 20
Competitive
Responsible for supporting the development, and the successful delivery of the health, safety and Environment management strategy within the Security & Property.

About us

The Quilter Group is a leading provider of advice, investments and wealth management, with a portfolio of £118.7 billion of investments on behalf of over 900,000 customers worldwide (as at October 2019). Our focus is on creating prosperity for the generations of today and tomorrow by providing financial solutions for investors around the globe, and we operate primarily in two main segments – Advice & Wealth Management and Wealth Platforms. You won’t just find diverse, talented and friendly teams here. You’ll also discover an inclusive culture and every opportunity for personal and professional development. 

About the role

The role will require strong Health, Safety and Environment organisation skills and the ability to prioritise longer term objectives as well as immediate. To be a team player but also succeed when working individually and managing own workload.
Be able to provide competent advice on Health, Safety and Environment related matters. Take ownership of the key areas of day-to-day Health, Safety and Environment risk issues as well as providing technical support across all other departments.

  • Support contractor safety program – vetting, documentation, safe work practices, inspections, audits, etc.
  • Conduct risk assessments.
  • Assist facilitation of emergency action plans - drill management, Incident Marshall coverage adequacy, Marshalls training, etc. 
  • Review all work-related incidents, injuries / illnesses and including near-misses), and to lead investigation of (or assist with investigation of) all significant incidents, to identify immediate and underlying causes, to recommend corrective actions, and to monitor implementation of such actions. 
  • Provide advice on workplace environmental conditions and investigate - lighting, temperature, air quality complaints, etc. 
  • Facilitate the review, monitoring and compliance of local regulatory requirements. 
  • Provide sound guidance on CDM requirements.
  • Support performance metrics and reporting KPI’s. 
  • Promote and develop a positive Health and Safety culture at all levels throughout the business. 
  • Support sites during audits from client, corporate, HSE staff, as well as outside agencies such as Enforcing Authority, fire/building departments, health inspectors, air quality inspectors, and insurance representatives. 
  • Other duties and tasks assigned.

About you

  • Relationship management
  • Delivery focused & professional
  • Organised and able to multitask
  • Works well within a team and has clear and good communication skills
  • Self-starter who can identify value opportunities
  • Good network and understanding of how Quilter businesses work
  • A person that is able to understand the implications of the work and where escalation is appropriate
  • Passion, enthusiasm and motivated
  • Eager to develop their skillset and take on challenges
  • Proactive and an independent thinker but within the confines of regulatory requirements
  • Employee engagement
  • Creative thinking 
  • Good Co-ordination skills 
  • Confident to engage with employees at all levels


Essential Qualifications

  • NEBOSH General Certificate (or equivalent)
  • NVQ L5 or NEBOSH Diploma (or working towards)
  • Certificate in Environmental Management

Desirable Qualifications:

  • Degree in Occupational Safety and Health
  • A Graduate Member of IOSH
  • NEBOSH Fire certificate or equivalent
  • Practitioner Member of IEMA
  • Level 3 certificate in Learning and development (or equivalent)
  • HSE management systems auditor 
  • Proven experience in the implementation and management of HSE programs and management systems required, preferably within facility operations.
  • Previous experience within a health and safety advisor role.
  • Thorough knowledge of health and safety legislation relating to the built environment generally, but specifically for buildings under management.
  • Experience and working knowledge of the commercial property sector.
  • Understanding of facilities management processes and systems.
  • Ability to use Microsoft office tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
  • Able to develop, and maintain policies and procedures.
  • Practical working knowledge of Health and Safety tools and techniques, ideally within a corporate Financial and Facilities Management environment.
  • Working knowledge and understanding of relevant current standards, legislation, codes of practice, guidance and operating procedures. 
  • Working knowledge of office ergonomics principles and able to undertake DSE assessments when required.
  • Strong organisational skills, information management proficiency and collaborative management style are needed. 
  • Ability to keep abreast of HS&E trends and related best practices. 
  • Presentation skills to deliver specialist advice at all levels and to deliver localised training to staff as required. 
  • Evidence of strong interpersonal skills to establish credibility with colleagues and senior management. 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Keeps up to date with Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
  • Sufficiently physically fit to walk in and around the buildings, to climb stairs and ladders, to access roof areas, heights, basements.

This role is for the South of the United Kingdom and will require the post holder to travel and stay away from home on occasions. There may also be a requirement to cover offices in the North including Isle of Man and Belfast.

Benefits

No matter what job you do you should feel valued and appreciated.  That's why we offer a competitive total reward package, which enables our employees to share in the success they help to create.

Core Benefits (Perm)

Holiday:  26 days 

Quilter Incentive Scheme:  All employees are eligible to participate in our incentive scheme, based on the company's performance and their contribution to it

Pension Scheme:  10% non-contributory company pension scheme that can be boosted through personal contributions

Private Medical Insurance:  Single cover as standard, cover can be increased at your own cost

Life Assurance:  4x your salary, cover can be increased at your own cost

Income Protection:  75% of salary payable after 26 weeks of absence

Core Benefits (Fixed Term Contract)

Holiday:  26 days

Quilter Incentive Scheme: All employees are eligible to participate in our incentive scheme, based on the company's performance and their contribution to it

Pension Scheme:  10% non-contributory company pension scheme that can be boosted through personal contributions

Benefit Allowance:  A cash benefit allowance is payable in lieu of some of our core benefits

In addition to our core benefits we offer a range of flexible benefits that you can choose from and pay for conveniently via a salary deduction.

Our promise

At Quilter, we're committed to creating an inclusive culture that embraces diversity. We promote equal opportunities and make sure no applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, nationality, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, responsibilities for dependants, physical or mental disability. We select candidates for interview based purely on their skills, qualifications, experience and potential.

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