Entered: 16 May 2021
O’Neill & Brennan are currently recruiting for a Regional EHS Manager on behalf of our client. This role will be based in Dublin.
The successful candidate must have a Health & Safety degree, minimum of 10+ years in a Health & Safety role within the construction industry ideally with a main contractor & be flexible to travel across various sites.
Regional EHS Manager Responsibilities Include:
- Responsible for the management of the EHS, providing a high level of guidance to the business
- To ensure continuing compliance of the EHS activities with the applicable legislation
- Assist with completing EHS pre-qualification tenders & attended pre-qualification meetings/interviews.
- Prequalification and management of subcontractor’s EHS and assisted in updating their overall competency to deliver high EHS standards and maintain performance database.
- Liaise with clients, consultants & various regulatory bodies on all EHS aspects for day to day operations.
- Engage with insurance providers to review subcontractor insurances, loss event claims and seek reductions in premiums.
- Identify new and ongoing EHS training, develop and provide statutory and bespoke EHS training and ensure EHS information/databases are kept up to date, including CPD training, Construction Industry Register Ireland (CIRI).
- Ensure compliance with business-wide policies & strategy through EHS audits and inspections.
- Conduct all “risk assessments” as required by legislation and ensure they are reviewed at relevant intervals and maintain records of the same
The successful Regional EHS Manager requires:
- Degree qualified in Health & Safety
- Experience working with a main contractor
- Minimum 10+ years’ experience in a EHS working environment would be a benefit
- Must be proficient in Microsoft Office
- Outstanding communication skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality at all times
- Must be flexible to travel between various sites.
If you are interested in this role, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Clodagh on 087 797 8585 for a confidential conversation.