To meet our ambitious vision for the Duchy of Cornwall, we know that we need a team of high quality, committed and innovative employees, who in turn we will develop, support, motivate and reward, enabling them to grow and excel in their roles. We aim to recruit the very best staff with a mix of backgrounds, skills & experiences and have an ambition to be an excellent place to work.
If you are interested in joining us, please see our current vacancies below:
2 Year Fixed Term Contract - Full time, 35 hours - salary £40,000 - £50,000 dependent on experience plus car allowance.
Based at the Duchy’s Estate office in Bath, the Health and Safety Officer will be a Pan-Duchy role and as such the successful applicant will be required to travel extensively throughout the Duchy Estate.
The primary role of the Health and Safety Officer is to ensure the Duchy complies with its statutory obligations in respect of health and safety. The successful candidate will lead on best practice and advise and support staff, contractors and tenants on all safety, health and welfare matters and ensure a consistent approach across the Duchy. The scope of the role will cover all aspects of the Duchy and encompass a variety of environments to include [but not limited to] construction [small and large scale], forestry, agriculture, office and marine.
Previous experience in a similar multi-disciplinary role is essential. Previous experience in the rural sector is considered desirable. Previous multi-site experience is desirable.
Experience of all aspects of CDM is essential.
Relevant professional qualification in occupational health and safety, such as NEBOSH national diploma is essential with membership of relevant professional body [IOSH].
A detailed working knowledge of all relevant legislation is essential, with the ability to effectively influence those at a senior level is desirable.
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To apply please send your cv to email@example.com.
Closing date is the 24th January 2020
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