Job title: Compliance Manager
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Industry: Installation / Integration
Expertise: Operations
Salary type: Annual
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Buckinghamshire UK
Job published: 16/02/2021
Job ID: 35200

Job Description

Buckinghamshire based

Provide the HSE backbone for a highly respected engineering company and its EMEA operations. Superb training will build on your current experience.

Look around large corporate HQs, secure government installations or technology campuses and there’s a good chance the security systems protecting them came from our client.

They’re world leading providers of large, networked IP CCTV, intruder alarm and access control systems designed to meet the most sophisticated threats.

With over 100 engineers installing systems EMEA-wide, world class HSE is a critical requirement. Now you can manage and develop the function, group-wide.

The voice and face of best HSE practice

This is a role for someone who can not only manage the regulatory requirements of HSE, but also promote safe working right across the group.

You’ll train, coach and advise managers on all aspects of Safe Working, from implementing HSE law to carrying out risk assessments on-site.

Your workload will also cover accreditation management (including ISO and NSI), site safety assessment, incident investigation and internal / external audit programmes.

Plus, you’ll be the driving force behind HSE policy development, in response to changing regulations and the needs of a business that’s growing internationally.

Build on your UK HSE experience

The baseline requirements for the role are a strong UK HSE background, IOSH qualification and ISO 9001 QMS know-how, gained in Engineering, Construction or, of course, Security.

Irish and EMEA knowledge would be useful, but our client is more concerned with the ‘softer’ skills needed and will train you in international regs and standards.

Particularly important is your ability to build relationships with busy engineers, who work at height and with high voltages, on major construction sites or in operational buildings.

And you should be a skilled incident investigator, who can use your findings to quickly update policy to prevent recurrence.

As a final note, you’ll need to complete security clearances before taking up the job.

In return

Even in these difficult times security tech is growing and our client’s riding this wave as one of the industry’s foremost integrators.

That means great opportunities for you, leading a function that you can very much make your own, with the full support of the senior management team.

You’d be based in rural Buckinghamshire, but you can expect to travel to site at times, when normal travel arrangements resume.

You’ll also be able to expand your professional knowledge. The company has its own in-house training centre and will invest in your career.

To explore things further…

Call Paul Gooding on 01480 774759 or email: