Health and Safety Manager (up to 12 months fixed term)

  • Reference: MHS Homes
  • Application closing date: 07 Dec 2020 09:00

Job Description

We are recruiting for a Health & Safety Manager to join us for up to  a year to cover maternity leave. Ideally to start at the beginning of the new year the role with an annual salary of c£45,000 - £48,000 ( +essential car user allowance).

The role will be based at our offices in Chatham near the historic dockyard however with the flexibility of working from home that will continue irrespective of the current arrangements. We are looking for someone with experience in the social housing or similar sector who will provide strategic support to staff and the group on Health and Safety along with managing the team who look after our offices.  You will advise on measures that need to be taken to comply with relevant legislation, monitor health and safety performance across the business and provide assurance to the Board that strong health, safety and wellbeing management systems are in place.

It goes without saying that this role is key to our customers and staff and you will be need to comfortable delivering reports to our board and leadership teams to provide the assurances that are required.  You will have NEBOSH qualified, have knowledge of housing legislation related to compliance and health and safety and be excellent at report writing. You will have management experience as the role is responsible for three direct reports and a wider team.

Closing dates for  responses is 9am on 7th December, interviews will take place via Teams on the 15th or 16th of December with second stage interviews on the following week. For more information please contact Talia Cruse, Health and Safety Manager at talia.cruse@mhs.org.uk

Employment Details

  • Employment Type: Full time
  • Hours: 37
  • Pay: £45,000 – £48,000 Annually

How to Apply

Apply by website: https://www.mhs.org.uk/about-us/work-for-us/vacancies-and-jobs/

For more information about the job please email: talia.cruse@mhs.org.uk