Contract Type: Permanent Full Time
Closing Date: 18 June 2021
ABOUT THE ROLE
Reporting to the Head of Operations – Armstrong Medical, the Health Safety and Environmental Manager is responsible for maintaining and developing the HS&E compliance and culture within Armstrong Medical.
The HSE Manager will ensure that the company, and all employees within, comply with health, safety and environmental laws. They will also be responsible for establishing policies that will create and maintain a safe and environmentally conscientious workplace.
The HSE Manager is responsible for the management and control of the site HS&E policies and procedures and compliance with these. In conjunction with the Site Operations Leadership Team they will develop the strategy and methodology to continually improve the safety culture and HSE standards of the site to reduce risk to the site and its employees. They will interact across the group and with external experts to share best practice and anticipate changes to regulations that could impact the company in the future.
As HS&E Manager you must have excellent attention to detail to identify hazards. You will also be able to discover opportunities for improving conditions and execute various safety programs. The ability to communicate effectively to a multidisciplinary workforce is essential.
The goal is to ensure the workplace meets all legal expectations and actively supports high occupational health, safety and environmental standards.
KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS
Strategic Awareness – Maintains a strong awareness of long-term goals and plans, keeping the future eventualities and possibilities in mind. Thinks in a global way and sees the bigger picture. Is likely to make impact on future direction and outcomes
Resilience – Can work under pressure, remains calm, thinks clearly and manages emotion under pressure. Addresses issues without being aggressive or controlling and can easily bounce back from setbacks. Is open to feedback and doesn’t dwell on past events.
Analytical – Enjoys analysing qualitative data but also considers quantitative and seeks to identify and explore they key elements in information before making commitments. Tends to like to use facts and figures when planning and reporting and is concerned about accuracy and detail
Planning and Organising – Thinks things through well in advance and maps out future activities, taking the key stages and requirements into account. Likes to monitor to ensure that things are implemented and delivered effectively
Quality Orientation – Is precise, pays attention to details, checks things and ties up ‘loose ends’. Has a strong conscience about getting things right and seeks to ensure that decisions and solutions do not involve undue risk, adheres to policy and standards.
Interpersonal / Influencing – Deals with other in a convincing way that leads to gaining agreement without relying on hierarchy and shows sensitivity to working relationships. Doesn’t give up easily in the face of opinions that differ from their own. Influences others to reach conclusions and gain agreements.