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Health, Safety & Wellbeing Advisor

Organisation:Leicestershire County Council 

Working Hours: Full Time , Hours per week - 37 


Appointment Type:Permanent 

Location:Championship Way, Glenfield, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE3 8TA 


Closing date:01 July 2022 at midnight 

Health, Safety & Wellbeing Advisor.
£33,558 to £36,231 pay aware pending.
Leicester based, hybrid working and site visits.
Health and safety is a big challenge when you’re the largest employer in Leicestershire.
About the role:
Working for our traded service we work with clients in education, county, district and parish councils. We also work with client in the culture and leisure sectors, construction, warehousing, ALMO’s and other commercial sectors.
Our main client base is in education so knowledge of this sector would be an advantage, however applicants with a broad base of knowledge will also be considered.
Our outward facing services provide consultancy, inspections, auditing, training and customer care etc. Our service has seen steady growth in the last five years and we are looking to recruit an additional post. Our growth is based on exceptional service and therefore we require the best people.
It’s a great opportunity to develop your expertise through exposure to a broad range of work including risk assessments, workplace inspections, audits and advisory work. You’ll also act as a duty officer, carry out client staff training, update H&S information and pitch to academies for provision of H&S services. Contributing to a mix of group and individual projects, you’ll be supported by our large and forward-looking team.
About you:
Your background could be with another local authority, public sector organisation or private organisation, but you’ll have a good grounding in all aspects of health, safety and wellbeing. Your success depends on a can-do attitude, team-focused outlook, and excellent interpersonal and presentation skills.
You’ll hold a NEBOSH certificate and be qualified to at least Tech IOSH level, working towards Grad IOSH.  Knowledge of EC directives on H&S and OHSAS 18001/45001 is important, while experience of the construction industry would be an advantage. Possession of a valid driving license is essential.
About us:
Leicestershire is a beautiful county at the heart of England, with a successful economy with higher than (national) average wage levels, low rates of unemployment and a relatively diverse mix of industries. There’s a lifestyle to suit everyone, from bustling market towns to timeless rural villages. 
Visit for further details and to apply.
For informal enquiries, please contact Colin Jones, Health, Safety & Wellbeing Manager. Email: 0116 305 7552.

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