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Group QHSE & Compliance Manager - Mobile Telecoms /Construction

Job Title: Group QHSE & Compliance Manager - Mobile Telecoms /Construction
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: asap
REF: P/QHSE/SARA_1622104617
Contact Name: Sara Rowe
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Group QHSE & Compliance Manager - Telecoms - Permanent - Gloucestershire

Job purpose:

To positively direct, drive and communicate QHSE and Compliance in an effective manner ensuring best practice and regulatory standards are maintained and continuously developed across the Group.

Key duties:

Act as the Group competent persons for Health and Safety under the management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999.

Ensure the Group QHSE management system remains current and meets statutory requirements and reflects best practice and that all QHSE and Compliance policies and relevant documentation within the Group are routinely reviewed and updated.

To work proactively with other departments and HR to establish, develop and maintain a training programme that ensures staff are trained in all aspects of QHSE and Compliance appropriate to their position.

Oversee and manage the compliance function including internal audits, ISO accreditation and operating standards, ensuring the accreditations ISO9001, ISO1400 and ISO45001 are maintained and updated as required.

Liaise with customer QHSE and Compliance representatives and manage monthly Health and Safety reporting, escalations and monitoring through relevant customer platforms as defined in the SLAs.

Ensure that monthly KPI's, site audits and audit reports are completed and submitted in line with customer requirements provided in the SLAs.

Support tendering bidding processes for new projects in relation to QHSE and Compliance and attend customer meetings as required.

Ensure that the groups duties under CDM are fulfilled for projects that the Group are appointed as Principal Contractor and/or Principal Designer.

Ensure that Head Office and Stores are compliant with statutory and operational health and safety requirements including fire, electrical etc.

Manage and maintain individuals PPE and statutory equipment inspections under LOLER and PUWER.

Ensure that accidents and near misses are properly recorded, notified, investigated, lessons learned and any changes to processes and procedures implemented to prevent reoccurrences.

Assist members of staff with the development and review of risk assessments and method statements and where appropriate prepare risk assessments for the work undertaken by Group employees.

Ensure that employee training records, certifications and licence records are obtained and maintained to ensure compliance.

Manage and maintain the Groups approved supplier's database and waste licences.

Produce quarterly Board Reports and Ad-hoc QSHE and compliance reports as required.

Manage and lead the QHSE and Compliance team ensuring that team members are managed, supported and developed as required.

As required travel to complete monthly on-site audits and inspections.

This list is not exhaustive and the job holder will be expected to become involved in a range of activities to enable the Company to succeed.




Experience in a similar role, in a high-risk industry - construction or telecoms (must have working at heights)

Experience in running CDM projects as principal contractor and/or principal designer.

Experience of implementing and maintain ISO accreditations including ISO9001, ISO14001 and ISO45001.

Experience of developing and managing monitoring systems for statutory compliance and maintaining accurate records and systems.

Experience of formulating, implementing and revising QHSE and Compliance policies and procedures.

Experience of working within a customer/client facing role.


Experience of working within the Telecoms Industry.

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