Head of Health, Safety & CDM

Salary Description:
£80000 - £100000 per annum + Additional Benefits
Sector:
Construction & Development Jobs
Function:
Health and Safety
Location:
London
Area:
Central
Location Description:
London
Posted:
29th January 2019
Start Date:
ASAP
Recruiter:
Mattinson Partnership
Job Ref:
18614

Join a specialist Building Consultancy as the Head of an established Construction Health and Safety team delivering large frameworks for a range of public and private sector clients. If you are qualified and experienced construction biased Health and Safety specialist who has worked as a Head of Health and Safety or a Health & Safety Director then this position could be an ideal fit for you

You will be responsible for leading a group of consultants in various sectors and H&S disciplines providing advice to established clients within property and construction, with a heavy bias on delivering CDM services at this time. As Head of Health, Safety & CDM you will be responsible for the commercial management and progression of the business, whilst leading a proactive and established team across multiple offices

As Head of Health, Safety & CDM you will possess full understanding of H&S Management systems in line with OSHAS 18001 (ISO 45001) as well as extensive experience delivering CDM 2015 and other pertinent H&S legislation for clients. You will need demonstrable experience of previous team management. Having led a CDM Consultancy team as a Director or an experienced Associate Director would be advantageous.

This is a strategic level hire for an established consultancy. All enquires will be strictly confidential. Contact Dominic Jacques on 020 7960 2551 for more information.

CDM, CDM 2015, Health & Safety Director, Safety Management, ISO 45001, Construction Design Management.

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