A Health & Safety Advisor is required on a permanent basis to join this highly regarded contractor to oversee and monitor all Health & safety on site in Milton Keynes

We require a Health & Safety Advisor who can join the site-based team to manage all health & Safety works on various road infrastructure projects. To this end you must be able to demonstrate recent, relevant project experience monitoring and implements these procedures in the construction sector.

Key responsibilities/ knowledge include but are not limited to:

  • Providing Health and Safety Lead with relevant information, support and deputising as required
  • Maintaining own level of knowledge and competency in relation to H&S management and responsibilities
  • Undertaking site H&S inspections and audits and completion of on-line reports for each site visited
  • Drive all aspects of Safety, Health & Wellbeing
  • Eye for detail

Essential requirements:

  • Experience within a similar role in the Highways, Civils or Infrastructure sector.
  • Excellent communicator
  • Able to use initiative.
  • Valid CSCS card.
  • NEBOSH
  • A passion for Health & Safety
  • Ability to demonstrate having previously worked on groundworks or heavy civils packages etc.

In return for your skills, experience and abilities you will be joining a specialist contractor, who are specialists in the innovative resolution of complex civil engineering challenges. This results in genuinely making their clients’ lives easier, their projects smoother and implement benefits beyond the brief.

To discuss in more detail please call Tom Gibson immediately on 07983 460 566 at Advance TRS or apply

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Advance-TRS are delighted to be recruiting on behalf of our client, a rail civil engineering company in the South-East, for a Head of Health, Safety and Environment.

Role: Head of Health, Safety and Environment

Permanent: £65,000 – £75,000

Role:

To take responsibility for the day to day running and development of the HSE department.

‍To write and renew policies and procedures within the company.

To lead the company’s existing environmental initiatives.

Report to Managing Director on HSE performance and risks

Lead HSE meetings and provide the senior management team with reports.

Monitor and evaluate HSE legislation, ensuring that the business meet’s legal compliance at all times.

Establish an annual programme of H&S audits and inspections

Required Experience:

NEBOSH Diploma or equivalent

Charter Member of IOSH

NEBOSH General Certificate in H&S

Experience of a similar role within the railway environment

Complete understanding of ISO standards including 9001, 14001 and 45001.

Experience of budget management

Full driving license

Desirable:

IEMA Environmental Certificate

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Job Title: Safety Qualiy and Environmental Advisor – Rail

Type: Contract

Location: Folkestone

Rate : Dependant on experience

Job Reference: JHSER

I am looking for a safety engineer with a strong rail background, to deliver safety advisory services to a company working on projects in the south east of England. This is a part time position

Role

You will have previous experience working in a similar role within projects from a safety aspect. This role would suit a safety engineer or HSQE advisor.

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Undertaking site visits and carrying out inspections and audits to ensure that the standard of health, safety, quality and environmental controls are in accordance with designated worksites.
  • Monitoring designated worksites and operations to ensure compliance with Industry Standards, and applicable statutory requirements.
  • Assisting in the production of method statements, risk assessments, COSHH assessments and other related project safety documentation.
  • Ensuring that the Company safety, environmental and quality policies are brought to the attention of employees and anyone else acting on behalf of the Company within designated projects.

Essential requirements:

  • Safety engineering background in rail with NWR experience.
  • HSQE experience .
  • PTS

Desirable:

  • Although not essential it would also be advantageous if you have a degree in a relevant discipline such as Civil Engineering.

To discuss in more detail please call Josh Hill at Advance or apply

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Job Title: Safety Engineer – Rail

Type: Contract

Location: London, Kent and Wessex

Rate : Dependant on experience

Job Reference: JHSER

I am looking for a safety engineer with a strong rail background, to deliver safety advisory services to a company working on NWR infrastructure.

Role

You will have previous experience working in a similar role within projects from a safety aspect. This role would suit a safety engineer or advisor.

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Undertaking site visits and carrying out inspections and audits to ensure that the standard of health, safety, quality and environmental controls are in accordance with designated worksites.
  • Monitoring designated worksites and operations to ensure compliance with Industry Standards, and applicable statutory requirements.
  • Assisting in the production of method statements, risk assessments, COSHH assessments and other related project safety documentation.
  • Ensuring that the Company safety, environmental and quality policies are brought to the attention of employees and anyone else acting on behalf of the Company within designated projects.

Essential requirements:

  • Safety engineering background in rail with NWR experience.
  • HSQE experience .
  • PTS

Desirable:

  • Although not essential it would also be advantageous if you have a degree in a relevant discipline such as Civil Engineering.

To discuss in more detail please call Josh Hill at Advance or apply

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Job Title: Safety Engineer – Rail

Type: Contract

Location: London

Rate : Dependant on experience

Job Reference: JHSER

I am looking for a safety engineer with a strong rail background, to deliver safety advisory services to a company working on both LUL and NWR infrastructure.

Role

You will have previous experience working in a similar role within projects from a safety aspect. This role would suit a safety engineer or advisor.

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Undertaking site visits and carrying out inspections and audits to ensure that the standard of health, safety, quality and environmental controls are in accordance with designated worksites.
  • Monitoring designated worksites and operations to ensure compliance with Industry Standards, and applicable statutory requirements.
  • Assisting in the production of method statements, risk assessments, COSHH assessments and other related project safety documentation.
  • Ensuring that the Company safety, environmental and quality policies are brought to the attention of employees and anyone else acting on behalf of the Company within designated projects.

Essential requirements:

  • Safety engineering background in rail with LUL and NWR experience.
  • HSQE experience .
  • PTS and LUL ICI

Desirable:

  • Although not essential it would also be advantageous if you have a degree in a relevant discipline such as Civil Engineering.

To discuss in more detail please call Josh Hill at Advance or apply

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Job Title: Safety Qualiy and Environmental Advisor – Rail

Type: Contract

Location: South East England

Rate : Dependant on experience

Job Reference: JHSER

I am looking for a safety engineer with a strong rail background, to deliver safety advisory services to a company working on projects in the south east of England. This is a part time position

Role

You will have previous experience working in a similar role within projects from a safety aspect. This role would suit a safety engineer or HSQE advisor.

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Undertaking site visits and carrying out inspections and audits to ensure that the standard of health, safety, quality and environmental controls are in accordance with designated worksites.
  • Monitoring designated worksites and operations to ensure compliance with Industry Standards, and applicable statutory requirements.
  • Assisting in the production of method statements, risk assessments, COSHH assessments and other related project safety documentation.
  • Ensuring that the Company safety, environmental and quality policies are brought to the attention of employees and anyone else acting on behalf of the Company within designated projects.

Essential requirements:

  • Safety engineering background in rail with NWR experience.
  • HSQE experience .
  • PTS

Desirable:

  • Although not essential it would also be advantageous if you have a degree in a relevant discipline such as Civil Engineering.

To discuss in more detail please call Josh Hill at Advance or apply

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Safety & Risk Consultant

Covering South East region

£50,000-£60,000

My client Is looking to secure the services of an experienced Safety & Risk Consultant on a permanent basis working across projects in the South-East region.

Role includes:

Provision of principal designer role, CDM advisor and health & safety consultancy professional services to both internal and external clients. Further to this it is foreseeable that there will be the opportunity to deliver health & safety training, undertake audits and risk studies.

  • To discharge the duties of the principal designer or the CDM advisor role on a wide variety of projects across the South East Region.
  • Provide technical guidance to site based and/or office based staff and less experienced colleagues;
  • Visit sites to assess existing site hazards, working closely with clients to ensure information passed onto design and construction teams; maintain client relationship on a day-to-day basis, championing client’s safety programmes and set an example on behaviour, produce statutory documentation e.g. pre-construction information and health & safety file, alongside the appraisal of contractor’s documentation;
  • Attend design/progress meetings and undertaking site audits/inspections during the construction phase and the potential to chair buildability meetings, plus hazard meetings e.g. HAZCON’s or HAZOP’s.
  • Will be expected to establish very close working relationships with clients and be an essential part of an existing team, who are all working on similar projects and providing support to one another.

Requirements:

Expert working knowledge of the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 and associated health & safety legislation. Proven application of technical principles and a strong understanding of applicable guides and standards. Civil Engineer or good construction site experience preferably on flood, coastal & maritime projects. Driving license essential.

Good communication and report writing skills. Proactive person with an ambition to innovate. May be the need to work away from the office location for short periods.

Essential:

  • Relevant Degree/ NEBOSH Diploma (or equivalent)
  • CMaPS & CMIOSH
  • Worked on civil engineering construction projects in a health & safety consultancy role
  • Working knowledge of Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015
  • Driving license
  • Good communication skills, trustworthy, team player

Desirable:

  • CPD regularly updated, experience in health & safety training
  • Environmental awareness qualification
  • Site experience and understanding of design ideally within a flood, coastal & maritime environment
  • Large project start up experience

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

My client is currently looking to recruit a Quality Engineer, within the Rail industry to work on a large scale rail project in the north of England

Responsibilities in the role will include but not be limited to:

  • Help with project quality activities
  • Gather data to help identify business needs
  • Implements category strategy and awards frameworks
  • Liaise with both internal and external stakeholders

The ideal candidate will have the following experience:

  • Previous experience with quality engineering
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ideally understanding of NEC contracts and a track record of negotiation
  • For more information please apply or contact Josh Hill at Advance TRS

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

This is an exciting opportunity for an Environmental Manager to join Alstom, a highly reputable Consultancy and Main Contractor in their Systems and Signalling division. You be working for one of the main players in the very busy Rail Sector.

Role & Responsibilities

  • Manage Environmental Improvement Plan within DI&S
  • Liaise with project teams and supply chain to achieve optimum balance between environmental improvement and project efficiencies.
  • Maintain company presence at RISF and other Network Rail forums and industry meetings.
  • Produce and maintain project Environmental Management Plan (DEMPs & ESMP’s) and Site Waste Management Plans (SWMP’s)
  • Produce environmental element of Project Inductions
  • Support social and sustainability initiatives on all projects
  • Produce figures for Company Management Reviews
  • Produce Incident Response Plan and give briefings to project personnel
  • Support environmental incident investigations
  • Co-ordinate and promote project environmental objectives and initiatives on nominated projects
  • Manage project environmental training matrices and deliver
  • Training for Waste Management, Waste Champion, Noise and Vibration, Ecology Awareness and Pollution Prevention & spill response on nominated projects
  • Manage project consent register for nominated projects and apply and manage consents
  • Assist with environmental noise monitoring and Section 61 consent application and compliance
  • Initiate environmental notices where required
  • Liaise with client Community Liaison Officer, Local Authorities and other agencies for nominated projects
  • Liaise with Project EHS Advisor and design teams to promote environmental awareness (design out carbon / waste) on all projects
  • Advise and communicate with Project EHS Managers/ Advisors;
  • Attend and take part in environmental team meetings
  • Where necessary undertake Company TOP-E assessments at maintenance depots
  • Interface with client EHS teams for nominated projects
  • Carry out environmental guidance visits and environmental advisor inspections on any project as requested
  • Carry out environmental surveys for nominated projects and assist with ecology surveys
  • Carry out site setup environmental check for nominated projects
  • Assist with corporate level environmental initiatives as required

Key performance indicators

  • Carbon / energy reduction and recycling increase figures for projects.
  • Environmental Performance Indicators
  • Audit report findings.
  • Acceptance of ESMP’s
  • Acceptance and compliance of SWMP’s
  • Acceptance and compliance with Section 61 consents
  • Environmental training delivery
  • Results of Environmental Inspections on nominated projects
  • Awards submissions of nominated projects
  • Feedback from project teams, client and EHS department

Essential skills

  • Skills:
  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel & PowerPoint
  • Data analysis and EPI reporting
  • Desktop survey skills
  • The ability to plan and organise work
  • Research Skills
  • Presentation skills
  • Qualifications:
  • BSc or diploma in related discipline
  • Full Member of IEMA, CEnv or equivalent
  • Current driving licence

  • Experience:
  • Experience in managing EMS to ISO 14001:2015, Auditor
  • Experience in construction and/or rail related lead environmental role.
  • Regulator, Local Authority, stakeholder management experience
  • Client facing role

Desirable skills

  • Skills:
  • Data analysis and EPI reporting
  • Practical Environmental problem solving skills
  • Using innovation to reduce carbon and energy use
  • Management of Environment and Social Management plans
  • Waste management
  • Noise management
  • Qualifications:
  • MSc in related discipline
  • Fellow member of IEMA.
  • PTS Certificate
  • Experience:
  • Experience with NR/L2/ENV/015 and associated rail standards
  • Experience in multi-disciplinary rail related projects
  • Client focused (ideally Network Rail)
  • City & Guilds Trainer

Please contact Joe Moss for more information on this opportunity.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Job Title: Safety Qualiy and Environmental Advisor – Rail

Type: Contract

Location: Belfast

Rate : Dependant on experience

Job Reference: JHSER

I am looking for a safety engineer with a strong rail background, to deliver safety advisory services to a company working on a framework in northern ireland.

Role

You will have previous experience working in a similar role within projects from a safety aspect. This role would suit a safety engineer or HSQE advisor.

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Undertaking site visits and carrying out inspections and audits to ensure that the standard of health, safety, quality and environmental controls are in accordance with designated worksites.
  • Monitoring designated worksites and operations to ensure compliance with Industry Standards, and applicable statutory requirements.
  • Assisting in the production of method statements, risk assessments, COSHH assessments and other related project safety documentation.
  • Ensuring that the Company safety, environmental and quality policies are brought to the attention of employees and anyone else acting on behalf of the Company within designated projects.

Essential requirements:

  • Safety engineering background in rail with NWR experience.
  • HSQE experience .
  • PTS

Desirable:

  • Although not essential it would also be advantageous if you have a degree in a relevant discipline such as Civil Engineering.

To discuss in more detail please call Josh Hill at Advance or apply

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Job Title: Safety Engineer – Rail

Type: Contract

Location: London

Rate : Dependant on experience

Job Reference: JHSER

I am looking for a safety engineer with a strong rail background, to deliver safety advisory services to a company working on both LUL and NWR infrastructure.

Role

You will have previous experience working in a similar role within projects from a safety aspect. This role would suit a safety engineer or advisor.

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Undertaking site visits and carrying out inspections and audits to ensure that the standard of health, safety, quality and environmental controls are in accordance with designated worksites.
  • Monitoring designated worksites and operations to ensure compliance with Industry Standards, and applicable statutory requirements.
  • Assisting in the production of method statements, risk assessments, COSHH assessments and other related project safety documentation.
  • Ensuring that the Company safety, environmental and quality policies are brought to the attention of employees and anyone else acting on behalf of the Company within designated projects.

Essential requirements:

  • Safety engineering background in rail with LUL and NWR experience.
  • HSQE experience .
  • PTS and LUL ICI

Desirable:

  • Although not essential it would also be advantageous if you have a degree in a relevant discipline such as Civil Engineering.

To discuss in more detail please call Josh Hill at Advance or apply

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

This is a new opportunity for a full time Ecologist to join our close-knit team, on a full-time permanent basis. As a key member of our Environment team, you will play an integral role in the implementation of our Environmental Strategy. As Ecologist you will carry out ecological studies across a range of projects and environments to identify and advise how together we can balance the needs of our projects with those of the environment.

Our client is also a leading Arboriculture and Forestry Contractor, with well over a decade of experience and expertise in the forestry sector. We have forged a strong industry reputation and we believe we have an unrivalled skill set and peerless knowledge of forestry work at all levels.

They have seen recent significant growth and are proud to be a Principal Contractor and Framework Contractor of NWR, as well as having some exciting projects underway in woodland management, timber harvesting, rail and civils works across the country. We are seeking skilled and experienced colleagues in a range of disciplines to support our growth and help us provide a service that is second to none.

About the role:

This is a hands-on role in which you will conduct ecological studies and impact assessments across a range of projects and environments to identify and advise how together we can balance the needs of our projects with those of the environment. Ideally you will have previous experience of Ecological Impact Assessments and hold some protected species survey licences (preferably of bats, newts, dormice). You will also be highly organised, have excellent analytical skills with experience in data collation and report-writing, as well as a member of CIEEM (or we will support you to achieve this).

Naturally, you will be field-based for a significant amount of your time, so you must be happy to work in all that the British weather has to offer! Based in Hampshire and conducting field work across the southern region, the successful candidate must be flexible in their approach to work, have a full driving license and be willing to travel.

Working hours: 40 hours per week. This role will require some out of hours working associated with ecological surveys, including weekends, evenings and overnight.

We offer the right candidate a highly competitive package.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

This is a new opportunity for a full time Ecologist to join our close-knit team, on a full-time permanent basis. As a key member of our Environment team, you will play an integral role in the implementation of our Environmental Strategy. As Ecologist you will carry out ecological studies across a range of projects and environments to identify and advise how together we can balance the needs of our projects with those of the environment.

Our client is also a leading Arboriculture and Forestry Contractor, with well over a decade of experience and expertise in the forestry sector. We have forged a strong industry reputation and we believe we have an unrivalled skill set and peerless knowledge of forestry work at all levels.

They have seen recent significant growth and are proud to be a Principal Contractor and Framework Contractor of NWR, as well as having some exciting projects underway in woodland management, timber harvesting, rail and civils works across the country. We are seeking skilled and experienced colleagues in a range of disciplines to support our growth and help us provide a service that is second to none.

About the role:

This is a hands-on role in which you will conduct ecological studies and impact assessments across a range of projects and environments to identify and advise how together we can balance the needs of our projects with those of the environment. Ideally you will have previous experience of Ecological Impact Assessments and hold some protected species survey licences (preferably of bats, newts, dormice). You will also be highly organised, have excellent analytical skills with experience in data collation and report-writing, as well as a member of CIEEM (or we will support you to achieve this).

Naturally, you will be field-based for a significant amount of your time, so you must be happy to work in all that the British weather has to offer! Based in Hampshire and conducting field work across the southern region, the successful candidate must be flexible in their approach to work, have a full driving license and be willing to travel.

Working hours: 40 hours per week. This role will require some out of hours working associated with ecological surveys, including weekends, evenings and overnight.

We offer the right candidate a highly competitive package.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

This is an exciting opportunity for an H&S Advisor to join a highly reputable Consultancy and Principal Contractor. You be working for one of the main players in the very busy Rail Sector. This company has grown year on year after winning works on multiple projects and know needs to expand their HSQE team.

The successful candidate will work with the HSEQ Manager to ensure the implementation and maintenance of the Safety, Quality & Environmental Policies and the HSQE Management System, so as to ensure that project management activities are managed in accordance with (HSQE), through the systematic application of relevant procedures and in accordance with recognised and statutory provisions, Safety, Quality and Environmental Standards and ongoing monitoring of compliance against such requirements.

Responsible for:

  • Provide functional support and guidance and professional expertise to the project / service teams on all safety, quality and environmental compliance matters affecting the projects so as to ensure the successful execution of the Projects, interfacing with the client as required.
  • On behalf of Quality and Environment, implement and maintain the Safety, Quality and Environment Policies, HSQE Management System and monitor compliance against these requirements through a systematic regime of compliance audit and safety performance reporting.
  • Liaising with the individual Project Managers involved ensuring that adequate safety procedures are established within their projects.
  • Assist the Managers in ensuring safety responsibilities for each individual within a project team are clearly defined and meet the safety requirements of the project.
  • Assist in assuring the safety by audit of staff and consultants working on projects.
  • Assist in monitoring the auditing of the individual projects through all their phases to ensure the integrity of the safety systems set up within them and to ensure a cost effective approach to safety management.
  • To be aware of legislation relevant to the project portfolio
  • Liaise with Governmental departments and outside safety agencies as required by individual projects.
  • Monitor all occupational health and safety issues pertinent to the Projects and its personnel.

Essential

  • NEBOSH Construction or equivalent qualification
  • At least 3 years’ experience of health and safety management within the railway and/or construction industry, ideally within a multi-disciplinary project management environment.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • A sound understanding and experience of Quality Management Systems and Standards
  • The ability to manage complex issues at a senior level in the organisation through the deployment of excellent interpersonal, organisational and communication skills and the ability to lead and motivate team members to achieve programme objectives.

Desirable

  • Membership of IOSH (or equivalent recognised organisation)
  • Practical experience of procurement, contracting strategy and project management methodology.
  • A recognised, relevant engineering qualification.
  • Driving Licence

Please contact Joe Moss or apply to hear more information about this opportunity.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

This is an exciting opportunity for an Environmental Manager to join a highly reputable Consultancy and Main Contractor in their Systems and Signalling division. You be working for one of the main players in the very busy Rail Sector.

Role & Responsibilities

  • Manage Environmental Improvement Plan within DI&S
  • Liaise with project teams and supply chain to achieve optimum balance between environmental improvement and project efficiencies.
  • Maintain company presence at RISF and other Network Rail forums and industry meetings.
  • Produce and maintain project Environmental Management Plan (DEMPs & ESMP’s) and Site Waste Management Plans (SWMP’s)
  • Produce environmental element of Project Inductions
  • Support social and sustainability initiatives on all projects
  • Produce figures for Company Management Reviews
  • Produce Incident Response Plan and give briefings to project personnel
  • Support environmental incident investigations
  • Co-ordinate and promote project environmental objectives and initiatives on nominated projects
  • Manage project environmental training matrices and deliver
  • Training for Waste Management, Waste Champion, Noise and Vibration, Ecology Awareness and Pollution Prevention & spill response on nominated projects
  • Manage project consent register for nominated projects and apply and manage consents
  • Assist with environmental noise monitoring and Section 61 consent application and compliance
  • Initiate environmental notices where required
  • Liaise with client Community Liaison Officer, Local Authorities and other agencies for nominated projects
  • Liaise with Project EHS Advisor and design teams to promote environmental awareness (design out carbon / waste) on all projects
  • Advise and communicate with Project EHS Managers/ Advisors;
  • Attend and take part in environmental team meetings
  • Where necessary undertake Company TOP-E assessments at maintenance depots
  • Interface with client EHS teams for nominated projects
  • Carry out environmental guidance visits and environmental advisor inspections on any project as requested
  • Carry out environmental surveys for nominated projects and assist with ecology surveys
  • Carry out site setup environmental check for nominated projects
  • Assist with corporate level environmental initiatives as required

Key performance indicators

  • Carbon / energy reduction and recycling increase figures for projects.
  • Environmental Performance Indicators
  • Audit report findings.
  • Acceptance of ESMP’s
  • Acceptance and compliance of SWMP’s
  • Acceptance and compliance with Section 61 consents
  • Environmental training delivery
  • Results of Environmental Inspections on nominated projects
  • Awards submissions of nominated projects
  • Feedback from project teams, client and EHS department

Essential skills

  • Skills:
  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel & PowerPoint
  • Data analysis and EPI reporting
  • Desktop survey skills
  • The ability to plan and organise work
  • Research Skills
  • Presentation skills
  • Qualifications:
  • BSc or diploma in related discipline
  • Full Member of IEMA, CEnv or equivalent
  • Current driving licence

  • Experience:
  • Experience in managing EMS to ISO 14001:2015, Auditor
  • Experience in construction and/or rail related lead environmental role.
  • Regulator, Local Authority, stakeholder management experience
  • Client facing role

Desirable skills

  • Skills:
  • Data analysis and EPI reporting
  • Practical Environmental problem solving skills
  • Using innovation to reduce carbon and energy use
  • Management of Environment and Social Management plans
  • Waste management
  • Noise management
  • Qualifications:
  • MSc in related discipline
  • Fellow member of IEMA.
  • PTS Certificate
  • Experience:
  • Experience with NR/L2/ENV/015 and associated rail standards
  • Experience in multi-disciplinary rail related projects
  • Client focused (ideally Network Rail)
  • City & Guilds Trainer

Please contact Joe Moss for more information on this opportunity.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

This is an exciting opportunity for an Environmental Manager to join a highly reputable Consultancy and Main Contractor in their Systems and Signalling division. You be working for one of the main players in the very busy Rail Sector.

Role & Responsibilities

  • Manage Environmental Improvement Plan within DI&S
  • Liaise with project teams and supply chain to achieve optimum balance between environmental improvement and project efficiencies.
  • Maintain company presence at RISF and other Network Rail forums and industry meetings.
  • Produce and maintain project Environmental Management Plan (DEMPs & ESMP’s) and Site Waste Management Plans (SWMP’s)
  • Produce environmental element of Project Inductions
  • Support social and sustainability initiatives on all projects
  • Produce figures for Company Management Reviews
  • Produce Incident Response Plan and give briefings to project personnel
  • Support environmental incident investigations
  • Co-ordinate and promote project environmental objectives and initiatives on nominated projects
  • Manage project environmental training matrices and deliver
  • Training for Waste Management, Waste Champion, Noise and Vibration, Ecology Awareness and Pollution Prevention & spill response on nominated projects
  • Manage project consent register for nominated projects and apply and manage consents
  • Assist with environmental noise monitoring and Section 61 consent application and compliance
  • Initiate environmental notices where required
  • Liaise with client Community Liaison Officer, Local Authorities and other agencies for nominated projects
  • Liaise with Project EHS Advisor and design teams to promote environmental awareness (design out carbon / waste) on all projects
  • Advise and communicate with Project EHS Managers/ Advisors;
  • Attend and take part in environmental team meetings
  • Where necessary undertake Company TOP-E assessments at maintenance depots
  • Interface with client EHS teams for nominated projects
  • Carry out environmental guidance visits and environmental advisor inspections on any project as requested
  • Carry out environmental surveys for nominated projects and assist with ecology surveys
  • Carry out site setup environmental check for nominated projects
  • Assist with corporate level environmental initiatives as required

Key performance indicators

  • Carbon / energy reduction and recycling increase figures for projects.
  • Environmental Performance Indicators
  • Audit report findings.
  • Acceptance of ESMP’s
  • Acceptance and compliance of SWMP’s
  • Acceptance and compliance with Section 61 consents
  • Environmental training delivery
  • Results of Environmental Inspections on nominated projects
  • Awards submissions of nominated projects
  • Feedback from project teams, client and EHS department

Essential skills

  • Skills:
  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel & PowerPoint
  • Data analysis and EPI reporting
  • Desktop survey skills
  • The ability to plan and organise work
  • Research Skills
  • Presentation skills
  • Qualifications:
  • BSc or diploma in related discipline
  • Full Member of IEMA, CEnv or equivalent
  • Current driving licence

  • Experience:
  • Experience in managing EMS to ISO 14001:2015, Auditor
  • Experience in construction and/or rail related lead environmental role.
  • Regulator, Local Authority, stakeholder management experience
  • Client facing role

Desirable skills

  • Skills:
  • Data analysis and EPI reporting
  • Practical Environmental problem solving skills
  • Using innovation to reduce carbon and energy use
  • Management of Environment and Social Management plans
  • Waste management
  • Noise management
  • Qualifications:
  • MSc in related discipline
  • Fellow member of IEMA.
  • PTS Certificate
  • Experience:
  • Experience with NR/L2/ENV/015 and associated rail standards
  • Experience in multi-disciplinary rail related projects
  • Client focused (ideally Network Rail)
  • City & Guilds Trainer

Please contact Joe Moss for more information on this opportunity.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

This is an exciting opportunity for an Environmental Advisor to join a highly reputable Principal Contractor in their Rail division. You be working for one of the main players in the very busy Rail Sector. The company has grown year on year after winning large packages of works in South East England.

The Environmental Advisor will implemented environmental procedures and processes, providing guidance and advice across rail projects to ensure environmental issues are managed appropriately on site.

Responsibilities:

  • Provision of advice and guidance to the projects on managing a wide range of environmental issues.
  • Advise projects to ensure that environmental risks and opportunities realised.
  • Ensure implementation of company environmental procedures and processes on projects.
  • Ensure implementation of any client-specific project requirements.
  • Review of and implementation of Client environmental standards,
  • First point of contact for Advisor queries.
  • Carry out environmental inspections for allocated projects.
  • Track environmental commitments within the projects.
  • Update environmental management plans if required.
  • Produce environmental reports / monthly comms input as required.
  • Responsibility for assessing waste compliance and third-party checks on Site Waste Management Plan.
  • Data gathering for the periodic Key Performance Indicator reports.
  • Assist with delivery of on-site environmental training.
  • Attend meetings as required to support Stage 1 and Stage 2 projects.
  • Monthly and weekly reporting timescales are
  • Adherence to Framework/Business Unit Objectives
  • Ensure all Framework KPI measures are met applicable to your
  • Customers and stakeholders

Health, Safety, Environment and Quality

  • Comply with Company procedures and legal obligations at all times, promoting best
  • Promote safety rules and establish safe working cultures and practices and environmental compliance, stop any unsafe work conditions.
  • Maintain and manage construction sites and subcontractors, developing positive working
  • Oversee and ensure that all HSEQ-related documentation is kept up to date and briefed, as
  • Ensure that daily, weekly, and monthly environmental inspections are carried out and all audits and reports are
  • Liaise with relevant third parties and government
  • Ensure that the environmental QA file is produced and maintained by the site teams.
  • Ensure the work is delivered environmental snag/defect free and on

Desired Skills & Qualifications:

  • Environmental, geography degree (or equivalent)
  • Member of IEMA or IEEM
  • Minimum of 1 years-experience of working in an environmental or sustainability role preferably in construction or the charity sector.
  • Working knowledge of current UK environmental legislation and best practice
  • Awareness of ISO 14001:2015
  • Engaged in the sustainability agenda.
  • Competency to manage the supply chain, contractors, customers, and stakeholders.

Please contact Joe Moss if you would like to hear more information about this opportunity.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.