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Corporate Health & Safety Manager

£50000 - £70000 per annum Benefits

Job Description

Corporate Health and Safety Manager

"Be an Integral Part of a Social Housing Group as their new Corporate Health and Safety Manager".


£Very Competitive Excellent Benefits Package


West London / Hybrid



Are you an experienced health and safety professional? Do you have a strong background in the construction industry, social housing, or the local council sectors? Have you a passion for protecting staff, tenants, contractors, and visitors? If so, our client wants to hear from you.


The company is a leading social housing provider based in West London. They have a growing portfolio and are looking for a new Corporate Health and Safety Manager to join their head office team. This crucial strategic position within the group requires excellent leadership skills and an in-depth understanding of health and safety regulations.


Our client has a full suite of existing H&S policies and procedures, but they must be kept up-to-date and in line with current legislation. As the Corporate Health & Safety Manager, you will work closely with the asset management and property development teams. A core part of your role is ensuring that the group's health and safety policies are communicated to all site contractors and that their processes are strictly followed. You'll also be responsible for conducting regular risk assessments, developing health & safety training materials and ensuring compliance with all H&S requirements.


This role would suit someone with experience in construction, the social housing sector, and the local council environment. Our client has specified you must have a NEBOSH General certificate or equivalent (NEBOSH diploma or equivalent level 5 qualification in Occupational Health and Safety), Tech IOSH minimum. Ideally, you'll be a CMIOSH or working towards it.


The role is a hybrid position split between the head office in West London and remote working. However, you will need to attend various sites in the area, so you must be within comfortable commuting distance of their offices. There is a tube station next to their offices and onsite parking, which should make for a relatively easy commute.


So, if you are ready for your next challenge, apply now by emailing your CV, quoting reference LX 1351426 to or calling us on 01905 381 320.



  • Shift Maintenance Supervisors
    c£50-65000 including Shift Allowance + Bonus & Excellent Blue-Chip Benefits



    "Excellent role focused on improving Reliability, PPM & OEE at a flagship manufacturing site with great career progression"


    c£50-65000 including Shift Allowance + Bonus & Excellent Blue-Chip Benefits


    Essex, South East


    Commutable from Romford, Basildon, Chigwell, Grays, Northfleet, Gravesend, Dartford, Brentwood, Chelmsford, Rayleigh, South Benfleet, Barking, Dagenham, Greenwich, Waltham Forrest, Hackney, Tilbury, Southend on Sea, Billericay, Harlow, Cheshunt, Waltham Abbey, Potters Bar, Havering, Hornchurch, Epping, Rochester, Gillingham, Chatham, Bromley, Chislehurst, Maidstone.



    Our client, part of a global multinational, is a market leader and operates a number of production plants in the UK.


    Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the Shift Maintenance Supervisors will lead a maintenance and engineering team including electrical and mechanical fitters. The site operates 24/7 and you will rotate shifts every two weeks but always remaining with the same maintenance team ensuring that you build engagement and camaraderie. The focus will be to operationally improve reliability, PPM and OEE by ensuring that plant equipment and maintenance systems are maintained, developed, and improved within a lean manufacturing and Continuous Improvement environment and culture.

    Career prospects are excellent as this role is part of a succession plan for the site and also in terms of other engineering maintenance opportunities across the organisation.


    As a Shift Maintenance Supervisor, the focus will be on safety first and zero harm and you will champion and proactively promote this safe working ethos amongst your team and contractors. You will lead the daily shift supervision of a production critical engineering and maintenance department on a processing/manufacturing site.


    Therefore, our client is seeking an Engineering professional (electrical and/or mechanical) with a recent track record of engineering and maintenance team supervision gained within a "best in class", quality focused, manufacturing operation. You may have gained this experience through a secondment, or it could be that you have been operating at shift lead or supervisor or assistant level already but feel that you have the potential and ambition to achieve even more.


    You will inspire, motivate, and develop a proactive and highly competent shift maintenance and engineering team. You will work closely with the Production Manager, and cross functional colleagues in improving all maintenance and engineering operations - process control, mechanical, and electrical across inspection, planning, scheduling, execution, and improvement phases.


    You will play a key part in delivering a culture of continuous improvement and proactive maintenance not only in maintenance and engineering operations but also safety and health, environmental compliance, and plant reliability.


    The Role

    · Develop a high-performing shift engineering and maintenance team.

    · Ensure compliance with all relevant statutory legislation and the internal company Safety, Health, and Environmental Standards.

    · Drive improvements in plant availability and performance, including costs, through the implementation of company engineering maintenance best practices across your shift.

    · To monitor and ensure implementation and delivery of engineering maintenance procedures, initiatives, and controls across the shift.

    · Liaise between functions to ensure teamwork, consistency, coordination, and best practice to eliminate losses from poor practices or communication and to expedite learning.

    · Ensure the application of defect elimination/Pareto/root cause failure analysis to all losses on your shift making recommendations for resolutions.

    · Support the development of engineering staff by defining, and where necessary, providing training in activities that support maintenance improvement and coaching.

    · Operate within KPI's to monitor the performance of all maintenance employees and contractors on your shift.


    The Ideal Candidate:

    · HNC/HND/Degree/Time served apprenticeship in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering.

    · Qualifications in 17th/18th edition or similar, IOSH, NEBOSH would be highly advantageous.

    · Your shift engineering & maintenance team supervisory experience will be from a very high safety culture, FMCG or industrial manufacturing/production processing sector. This could be from a heavy processing industry.

    · Experience in improving reliability, PPM and OEE in a large manufacturing/processing site.

    · Experience using lean and continuous improvement techniques will be highly advantageous.

    · Good level of IT literacy is essential i.e., Microsoft and maintenance management and process control systems.

    · You will have a demonstrable track record of maintenance team supervision, motivation and development.











    "High profile leadership and transformational change management role for Plant Management professional with a track record of people development, engagement and continuous improvement leading to best-in-class OEE and safety."


    c.£Very Competitive Car/Allowance, Bonus & Benefits


    Northern Home Counties


    Commutable from Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire


    Our client is a market leader within the construction/building materials sector and operates several plants in the UK.

    They are seeking a professional Site/Plant Manager, ideally educated to degree standard in an engineering discipline or similar, to take the lead at a strategically important site located in the Northern Home Counties

    The Site/Plant Manager will provide leadership, guidance and direction for manufacturing and production operations, ensuring sustainable performance aligned with strategic corporate objectives and delivery of business commitments. As Site/Plant Manager you will be responsible for optimising labour, site safety, material and equipment resources to maximise the Plants production capability and meet customer expectations with excellent quality and service as the site takes on increased customer volumes.

    The ideal candidate will possess a strong technical engineering and production background gained within the heavy processing industry and will be able to build a vision referenced to experience in "best in class" plant management. The Site/Plant Manager will be a strong leader with the ability to challenge, drive, coach, inspire and motivate a team to become "best in class". You will also be an excellent problem solver, structured, systematic and logical with a track record of project management in the context of turnaround, transformation and continuous improvement.


    The Role:

    * Operating a safe Plant, continuously driving towards sustaining a positive safety and health culture.

    * Develop a long-term vision for the plant.

    * Provide exemplary leadership, setting demanding standards and driving high performance from the team.

    * Build a customer focussed performance culture within the business and a climate to inspire the team to achieve world class performance and reliability.

    * Ensure that the production commitments in terms of volume, deadlines, and product conformity are met.

    * Ensure the plant complies with UK legislation, with specific regard to health & safety, environmental and employment laws.

    * Be responsible for the development, implementation and monitoring of the plant performance plan, plant team assessment and budget to achieve identified improvements.

    * Ensure product quality meets agreed targets and ensure that plant capability is sustained through optimisation of the process.

    * Manage the operating and capital budgets, maintaining a vigilant approach to reducing costs.

    * Lead and manage change programmes with clear goals, drive and engagement; Drive for continuous improvement.

    * Ensure positive working relations with employees and their representatives within the plant.


    The Ideal Candidate:

    * Ideally degree educated in Engineering or similar. Must understand engineering and business principles. Technical knowledge of manufacturing, and modern maintenance technology and methods will be integral to success and credibility in this role.

    * Consistent multinational industry career history including existing or recent experience as a Site/Plant Manager.

    * Track record of people development, engagement, change and continuous improvement leading to best-in-class OEE and safety standards.

    * Experience in Project Management, business and systems analysis highly advantageous but people management and leadership is key and foremost to success in this role.

    * Experienced Lean or Continuous Improvement champion, including 5S, with track record of excellent team development and engagement in this context would be an advantage.

    * Demonstrable experience of cross functional and multi-level interaction and working in a matrix organisation.

    * Led & achieved results in a multi or single site role, managing cross functionally.

    * Experience of leading and managing employee relations at a senior level within a unionised environment.

    * Proven skills and capabilities in leadership, communication, capability, collaboration, and problem solving.

    * Excellent experience of £multimillion financial and budgetary management, the budgeting process and CAPEX business case approval process.

    * Fluent Business English both verbal and written.

    * IT literate across Microsoft

    * Resilient, driven, results focused personality - a high achiever


  • Interim Financial Controller

    Interim Financial Controller - Not for Profit Sector


    Salary: £75,000 to £85,000 (12-month interim contract via payroll) Benefits


    Location: London SE1 (Hybrid 3 days in the Office)



    Are you a seasoned financial expert ready to embark on a transformative journey? We're seeking an Interim Financial Controller to lead the charge in stabilising and enhancing the financial operations for our client while contributing to the long-term success of the organisation's finance department. This pivotal role encompasses both UK and international operations for a dynamic charity organisation.


    The Role

    As the Financial Controller, you'll be at the forefront of financial operations, ensuring the smooth functioning of the charity organisation's finances to support their vital work. You will provide the charity with strong Management Accounts skills, including reporting, stakeholder management, and risk mitigation.


    The areas that require initial focus for early intervention in this interim role include:


    * Collaborating with the CEO, COO and FD to develop a Finance Improvement Plan addressing identified areas for enhancement and prioritise and implement action plans to efficiently rectify deficiencies.

    * The implementation of an effective purchase-to-pay system, and a purchase order system.

    * Support in producing a scheme of delegation.

    * The production of accurate, timely, and informative monthly management accounts.

    * Developing strong relationships with internal stakeholders for the 2025-2027 budget-setting process.

    * Identifying key areas for internal staff development and training.

    * Drafting revised financial control processes and ensuring implementation and adherence where process gaps exist.

    * Supporting the FD in producing insightful financial reports within specified deadlines.

    * Review and execute outstanding audit actions and recommendations in collaboration with relevant stakeholders.

    * Manage payroll, including pension schemes, auto-enrolment, and other employee benefits and insurances, ensuring compliance and efficiency.

    * As the accounting system is quite out of date, and whilst a new system is specified, sourced and implemented, you will need to demonstrate your advanced Excel skills to supplement and manage existing financial planning and control processes.


    The Ideal Applicant

    * Degree or equivalent further education qualification - relevant accounting qualification (e.g., ACCA or ACA, CIMA)

    * Current or recent experience gained in medium sized not for profit/charity organisation. An interest in health especially women's health would be advantageous.

    * Ability and willingness to actively contribute to a culture of innovation, resourcefulness, and best practice.

    * Able to interact effectively with Trustee Board and Finance and Risk Committee.

    * Strong leadership skills with a proactive ability to provide solutions in complex situations.

    * Experienced in finance systems management and interaction with organisational systems.

    * Have an organised and methodical approach to work, prioritising tasks dynamically and multi-tasking as required.

    * An ability to make evidence-based decisions - at times dealing with ambiguous information and drawing appropriate inferences.

    * Self-motivated to run tasks independently, while seeking guidance when needed, as well as being a proactive collaborator when required.

    * Excellent communicator across all levels of the organisation, with exceptional writing skills for internal and external communications.

    * Understanding of Safeguarding principles or willingness to undertake suitable training.

    * Line management experience and experience in a not-for-profit organisation would be beneficial, as well as previous experience being responsible for process improvement and/or change management.


    Initially, this role will require you to work a minimum of three days per week at the office in London, potentially transitioning to seven days per month.


    Why apply for this role?

    Meaningful Work: Every number you crunch and every financial decision you make will directly contribute to the charity's impactful work.

    Collaborative Environment: You will join a passionate team of professionals who are dedicated to making a difference and supporting each other along the way.

    Professional Growth: Expand your skills and expertise in a dynamic international setting.

    Global Impact: Be part of an organisation that is making an impact on a global scale.


    Apply now to join this dynamic charity. Email your CV, quoting reference LX 2124471 to or call us on 01905 381 320.