Health and Safety Manager
We have a new exciting opportunity, not to be missed! At DEBRA we are currently looking for a Health and Safety Manager to join our small team based in Blantyre. The successful candidate will join us on a part time, permanent basis working 21 hours per week (3 days) and will receive a competitive salary circa £35,000 per annum FTE.
DEBRA is the national charity that supports individuals and families affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) – a genetic condition which causes the skin to blister and shear at the slightest friction or even spontaneously. We have a vision of a world where no one suffers from this painful condition.
About the Health and Safety Manager role
The purpose of this post will be to co-ordinate the implementation of the Health and Safety policy and procedures to the levels required to allow DEBRA to effectively and safely operate. Emphasis will be on the organisation’s retail division but the post holder will also be required to support the office in Blantyre and the Charity’s Head Office in Crowthorne, England.
Key Responsibilities of our Health and Safety Manager will include:
- Co-ordinating the implementation of the charity’s Health and Safety Policy
- Ensuring the training of all staff in all aspects of Health and Safety
- Undertaking Health and Safety audits in conjunction with the Director of Retail, Head of Property, Regional and Area Managers;
- Ensuring contractors are appointed to carry out testing and servicing of plant and equipment within all premises.
A full job description can be downloaded from our website.
What we’re looking for in our Health and Safety Manager
- Recognised H&S qualification (IOSH – managing safely, NEBOSH)
- An ability to work quickly and effectively in a fast moving environment
If you are enthusiastic about the contribution you could make and would like to join our team as our new Health and Safety Manager then please click ‘apply’ today – don’t miss out, we’d love to hear from you!
Closing date: Monday 19th June
DEBRA is a registered charity in England (no. 1084958) and Scotland (no. SC039654) and promotes equality of opportunity for all.