Our client is seeking to appoint a highly organised Health, Safety and Wellbeing Coordinator to be the designated lead for Health and Safety, and responsible for ensuring compliance with statutory legislation.
This is a new role, requiring you to develop and embed robust systems to ensure compliance. You will also be responsible for actively promoting awareness and accountability throughout the College premises, resources and facilities.
The successful candidate will have attention to detail and general administrative skills. As this is a stand-alone role, you will have excellent communication skills to effectively collaborate across departments with proven experience of working in a health and safety management environment. Our client requires the successful candidate to possess the IOSH Managing Safely qualification (or equivalent) and be willing to complete the NEBOSH General Certificate.
You would also be able to demonstrate experience of developing and implementing systems to deliver required objectives and knowledge of current legislation, regulations and code of practice.
Our client is a national residential College for the assessment, rehabilitation, vocational education and training of students with visual impairment and other disabilities. Its primary aim is to develop the skills of all students to the full, enabling them to live and work as independently as possible in society.
Students at the college are aged from 16-60. Most have some degree of visual impairment; many have additional disabilities or learning difficulties. Their student population is recruited nationally and reflects the multi-cultural nature of their society.
The hours associated with this role are 20 hours per week, 52 weeks of the year.
Pay Scale: (26 to 29) 13, 150 to 14,585 per annum
Closing date: Tuesday 3 April 2018 at 12 noon
Interview date: Week commencing 9 April 2018
How to Apply
Please note that uploading your CV is the first stage of the application process. You will be sent an email with a link to complete an online application form, which you must complete to be considered.
Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and all appointments are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check and satisfactory references.
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