The HSEQ Manager provides leadership, direction and support for the Business Unit. This includes management of the HSEQ processes and programme and the specification and project management of HSE and other agreed improvement projects as well as management of the HSEQ team.
Key roles include H&S, Sustainability, general CSR aspects (excluding HR/people) and Quality / Business Improvement.
Main responsibilities and key outcomes
1. Management of H&S, Sustainability and CSR (excluding HR/people) processes and culture of the business.
2. Manage and maintain quality management processes.
3. Manage the HSEQ team.
4. Represent business on relevant Steering Groups.
5. Management and effective roll out of agreed Group objectives in the Business.
HSEQ Manager (Group)
HSEQ resources in the Business
HSEQ service suppliers
H&S, Sustainability and Quality (direction and culture)
Develop, with others, business objectives. Specify and project manage agreed improvement projects.
Set and communicate business HSEQ management standards.
Liaise with the Group Business Improvement Manager re strategic direction.
Manage H&S, Sustainability and Quality processes
Management of business documented processes and external certifications.
Monitor HSEQ management standards in the business, through an effective audit and inspection process.
Manage business reporting and monitoring processes.
Identify, manage and implement HSEQ improvements.
Work with supply chain to improve competence and performance.
Develop and manage agreed improvement projects.
Managing the people
Promotes an HSE culture consistent with industry leadership ambition.
Liaises with the business's directors and managers (especially operations, HR and procurement) and other key groups
Manages the HSEQ Team.
Managing the Client and other external relationships
Establishes effective communications and dialogue with key clients.
Establishes external networks to identify best practices.
UK Steering Groups
Attend relevant meetings, contribute experience and expertise and ensure agreed objectives are effectively rolled out in business
5 years work experience in construction activities
5 years in HSE roles, at least 2 years in a senior adviser role
Detailed knowledge of the role
Detailed knowledge of HSEQ processes, during all project phases
Good leadership skills, self-motivated
Organised, ability to juggle and manage priorities from different sources
Prioritise and allocate time according to priority
Assess relative risk and allocate time accordingly
Manage performance: monitor, give feedback, confront issues with Board and senior managers - internal and external
Practical and persistent
Effective communication skills according to audience
Behaviour & Attitude
A positive, “can do” approach, determined to succeed
Generates a sense of passion, energy and urgency
Recognises when needs help and asks for it
Remains calm under pressure
Build and maintains excellent working relationships
Recognises own strengths and weaknesses and committed to ongoing development
Demanding of self and others
An exemplar and ambassador for the company and its HSE values.
Acceptance of responsibility and accountability
Sound, balanced judgement
Academic & Professional Qualifications
Basic Qualification (minimum requirement)
A H&S or Env Diploma
Chartered MIOSH status
A H&S or Env MSc or Degree
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