Health, Safety, Environmental and Facilities Manager

Unipart Rail
£40000 - £45000/annum 3% pension, 25 days holiday, car
15 Jun 2017
15 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Unipart Rail is part of the Unipart Group, one of Europe's leading independent logistics' companies that employs more than 8,000 employees worldwide and has an annual turnover of more than £800 million.

We have a long heritage in the rail industry based on decades of experience, but have continued to embrace innovation in both products and business techniques to ensure that we remain the first and best choice for our customers.

We currently have several opportunities working within our Health & Safety Department for a Health, Safety, Environment & Facilities Manager (HSEF) based at our Crewe and Weedon offices.

As HSEF, you will be responsible for ensuring all our safety critical processes and operations are compliant, safe and secure, undertaking risk assessments, managing investigations from initiation to close out, proactively encouraging collaboration between departments and create an environment of change and full compliance.

Your passion for Health and Safety will be infectious, complemented by your strong focus and commitment to continuous improvement

We welcome candidates from a rail, warehouse or heavy engineering background who have demonstrable experience within the Health & Safety arena.

Must have appropriate qualifications; NEBOSH Diploma & IOSH as a minimum and a proven track record in delivering HSEF and CSR improvements underpinned by an ability to coach, mentor and inspire and influence to become safety champions. A driving licence is essential for this role as flexibility will be required to enable travel to multiple Unipart Rail locations.

With a strong employee engagement culture and a global presence you can look forward to receiving a competitive salary, a range of benefits, support, and plenty of opportunities for career progression and personal development.

Interested? Don't miss out, Submit your cv now for our consideration