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Offshore HSE Manager

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Location: Luton
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 11/07/2011
  • Time left:
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    (11/08/11)
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Job Title: Offshore HSE Manager
Job Location: Luton
Rate/Salary: 45000 to 65000
Benefits: Wolrd Leading
Duration: Perm
Residency: UK

The Company:
Our Client, one of the leading Development, Construction, and Operating companies within the UK & European wind sector are actively seeking the services of a Offshore HSE Manager

The Role:
The Role

• To manage the health and safety needs of the Company's offshore renewables team.
• To manage the continued development and implementation of their health, safety and environment management systems.
• To participate in the development of the Company's offshore renewables business particularly in relation to health, safety and environmental management and the delivery of construction design management (CDM) services.
• To provide health, safety and environment management services and advice to the Company's clients.

The successful candidate will be required to:

• Be conversant with current and emerging health and safety requirements in the offshore renewable energy sector and to develop and maintain Company offshore health and safety management systems.
• Drawing on the support of the Group HSQE department, develop and maintain Company offshore environment management systems.
• Be able to ensure that all construction / operational activities on vessels / barges / turbines and related assets are carried out in a safe manner and in adherence to the company's health, safety and environment management policies, procedures, statutory regulations and guidelines.
• Conduct site visits to undertake compliance audits, monitor performance and recommend improvement/ remedial actions
• Manage the provision of CDM services.
• Develop and support health and safety campaigns, promoting and disseminating successful practice.
• Perform and provide feedback/ guidance on risk assessments
• Provide support for incident investigations
• Advise on the implementation of current and emerging regulatory requirements

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
• Be able to undertake duties involving boat and helicopter transfer to offshore facilities. Duties may also require work at height, involving climbing to access work areas. Training will be provided.
• Preferably have experience working in the offshore renewable industry, conversion training will be provided to those with onshore experience
• Management considerations. Related civil, electrical and mechanical engineering experience would be advantageous
• Have a recognised safety qualification (minimum of NEBOSH Diploma or equivalent) and hold corporate membership of a British safety institution (e.g. MIOSH)
• Have CDM experience ideally including, design risk management, the review of pre-construction information, filing statutory notices and the preparation and amendment of health and safety files
• Hold a full UK driving license
• Have excellent report writing and presentation skills
• Be self motivated, with the ability to work independently and in small teams

About Fircroft:
Fircroft is a leading provider of technical recruitment solutions to a number of specialist industries, active in over 30 countries worldwide. Our key sectors include: Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals & Process, Automotive & Aerospace, Nuclear & Power, Mining & Minerals and General Engineering.

For an initial informal discussion contact James McNeaney on 01925 255 688, (Jmcneaney@fircroft.com)
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