Regional Health & Safety Group Manager

McGinley Support Services (Infrastructure) Ltd
£47000 - £65000 per annum
12 Jul 2017
11 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Part Time
We are currently recruiting for a Regional Health and Safety Group Manager in the Bedford area

As part of your role you will be Managing a team of Health and Safety Managers to deliver a cultural shift in health and safety across our client and its supply chain.
You will also Manage resources proactively by planning and working with others, to ensure the best health and safety advisory service can be deployed for the company nationally.
Leading delivery of a consistent high quality performance within the Health and Safety Delivery team, you'll manage and develop capacity, capability, expertise and professionalism of team members as well as building effective relationships with a wide range of stakeholders and influence across boundaries and inform
Being a dedicated focal lead with specific supply chain organisations on health and safety matters that span across areas or programmes of work is essential.
Furthermore, you'll be part of the Programme/Delivery senior management team, accountable for: championing the health and safety function; supporting the development of the Programme's health and safety agenda; providing functional input to team decisions; and shared accountability for these decisions coordination of health and safety across projects Programmes and Directorates.

*Ensure the provision of competent advice to senior managers, employees and Trade Unions regarding all health and safety matters.
*Plan and manage resources effectively and lead a team that provides a 'best in class' service to the company.
*Monitor the performance of and provide coaching and support to team members to deliver health and safety programmes and initiatives.
*Translate strategic requirements and understand the wider political landscape to develop the service provided by H&S Managers.
*Use data and feedback on the effectiveness of policy, systems and processes to improve performance and inform strategy and decision-making.
*Contribute to shaping the supply chain engagement strategy.
*Contributing to the development of the Directorates assurance plans, risk profiles, reports, engagement plans etc.
*Developing capacity, capability, expertise and professionalism of the management team.


A degree or NEBOSH Diploma in Health and Safety (Essential)
A degree in a science or engineering discipline (Desirable)
Membership of a recognised engineering or safety professional body, e.g. CMIOSH
Lead Auditor qualification (Desirable)
Recognised Incident Investigation qualification (Desirable

We have a fair and comprehensive selection procedure. It is our policy that there should be equal opportunity for and no discrimination against applicants on the grounds of gender, race, religion or belief, nationality, colour, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, disability, age, marriage and civil partnership, union or non-union membership, socio-economic background or being a part-time or fixed term worker.