Quality, Safety & Environment Manager (QSE)

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  • Job Reference: 1447
  • Job Title: Quality, Safety & Environment Manager (QSE)
  • Location: Peterborough
  • Basic Salary Range: Up to £40,000 + Benefits
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Posted 4 years ago
  • This position has been filled

You will be part of a services division of a long established organisation. You will act as the senior manager responsible for all aspects of Quality, Safety and Environment matters pertaining to operations as part of a Healthcare PFI contract. The QSE Manager forms part of the Contract Management Team responsible for the future direction and development of the contract.

The role:

  • Will act as an Authorised Person (AP) or other designated role in support of contract operations (eg Water Management and Waste)
  • Promoting and driving a positive and proactive safety culture across projects and especially with respect to site work
  • Providing H+S advice, guidance and coaching to teams to embed natural safety
  • Undertake and assist in site inspections and audits (Statutory / Non Statutory) both internally and with external suppliers and stakeholders
  • Interface with clients, contractors and other stakeholders, ensuring a proactive and effective approach to QSE and supporting delivery (e.g KPIs, briefings, induction)
  • Promoting policies, processes, legislation, regulations and standards and any changes best practice identified
  • Deliver training where required
  • Development, Implementation and Continuous Improvement of Quality, Safety and Environmental Management Systems, Processes and Procedures
  • Working effectively and contributing to the wider QSE team
  • Collaborating with other staff on one’s own initiative and able to interact and support other members of the contract team as required

Desired skills / Experience:

  • Healthcare Environment and Hard FM Operational experience
  • NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health or equivalent
  • Environmental qualification (e.g. environmental certificate) with a good general appreciation of environmental and sustainability issues and experience in addressing such issues
  • Knowledge and experience of OHSAS18001, ISO14001, ISO9001 standards and NHS HTM’s requirements.
  • Proven interpersonal and influencing skills, within a site or construction or safety critical environment, with a demonstrable track record of influencing at a senior level and facilitating change
  • Effective communication skills
  • Ability to identify best practice and improvement opportunity
  • Team player with ability to prioritorise appropriately and to deliver to tight timescales.
  • To have some understanding of contractual arrangements within a PFI environment.

This is an opportunity to join a forward thinking business. To learn more, please contact Stacey Amos on 0207 1184848 or email an application today to cv@maxwellstephens.com