About the Job

Type - Full Time Permanent Salary - £22,000 - £25,000 Job Reference - 12030 Location - Co. Tyrone

Our busy Utilities client in the Dungannon area require a HSEQ Coordinator to join their team. Reporting to the HSEQ Manager your role will be to ensure all HSEQ legal obligations, company and client requirements are met in relation HSEQ and to participate in all other HSEQ activities as required to meet business needs.

Key Duties/ Responsibilities:

As HSEQ Coordinator you will be responsible for working closely with the HSEQT and Operational teams throughout Ireland. You will play a key role in the implementation of HSEQT Strategy and in particular you will be responsible for;

 

  • Coordinate HSEQ administration function and implement Company HSEQ programs, policies, procedures and processes.
  • Produce and update HSEQ reports and maintain all HSEQ statistics.
  • Coordination of various activities, including but not limited to risk identification, incident reporting and investigation, various compliance activities in all areas of HSEQ
  • Responsible for coordination of effective HSEQ objectives and targets are set which enforces company policy.
  • Working with the management team and the HSEQ Manager to develop, implement and manage the local risk based HSEQ Plans.
  • Promote HSEQ and drive tangible improvements in safety performance and culture.
  • Working with the HSEQ Manager ensuring that Best Practice in health & safety is adopted and regularly reviewed. This will include day to day management; accident reduction strategies; and management training requirements.
  • Working with the HSEQ Manager develop systems that will ensure that the location safety management system is fit for purpose.
  • Coordinate Contractor/Supplier Onboarding on the Conect Platform.
  • Working with the HSEQ Manager develop systems that will ensure that the safety management system is fit for purpose
  • To keep abreast of corporate, regulatory and legislative changes and advise management of the implications for the business.
  • Attend HSEQ team meetings, tracking actions/minutes and present status reports.
  • To support the delivery of the HSEQ strategy for the company and to assist in achieving continuous improvement in HSEQ performance across all parts of the company;
  • To assist in delivering a single approach to HSEQ Management that meets the organisation needs, statutory duties and the expectations of shareholders with respect to HSEQ;
  • To provide assurance to the company Senior Management team, by means of appropriate monitoring and intervention, that operations fulfils its obligations under HSEQ legislation;
  • To support the development of the company culture as the organisation rapidly expands and changes;
  • Oversee, monitor and evaluate the operation of Contractor’s/Supplier’s HSEQ performance across the region, working with senior management as appropriate;
  • To offer support and advice on HSEQ onboarding/offboarding matters to the Contractor’s/Supplier’s;

 

Key Tasks;

  • Coordinate HSEQ administration function and implement Company HSEQ programs, policies, procedures and processes.
  • Produce and update HSEQ reports and maintain all HSEQ statistics.
  • Coordination of various activities, including but not limited to risk identification, incident reporting and investigation, various compliance activities in all areas of HSEQ.
  • Prepare and deliver a schedule of regular statistical reports to the HSEQ Manager(s), HSEQ Senior Manager and Director(s).
  • Ensuring compliance with HSEQ statutory documentation requirement are achieved.
  • Ensuring that the Contractor/Supplier’s approval process is implemented and maintained.

 

Essential Criteria

  • Relevant knowledge and previous experience in HSEQ Admin/Coordination role.
  • Minimum of 1 years relevant experience working full time in an HSEQ Dept;
  • Previous experience of working in a similar field;
  • Good level of education;
  • An understanding of the regulatory sector and the management of risk;
  • Experience of building a strong and consistent culture of safety throughout an organisation.
  • Fluent in Microsoft packages;
  • Good standard of written English essential.
  • Patient and assertive, with excellent communication skills.
  • Good interpersonal skills and willingness to work with people at all levels within the organization.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and an eye for detail.
  • Full driving license.

 

If interested in this opportunity apply below or contact Eunice in Haughey Recruitment to discuss further.

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