What’s the role about?
An exciting opportunity as an Engineering Compliance Coordinator within an expanding department has become available. Working hours are 10am - 6pm Monday-Friday with some flexibility out of hours required due to the nature of the role.
What will you be doing?
Workshop-based, the Engineering Compliance Coordinator supports the Engineering Technical Compliance Manager and shift managers in ensuring all business legislative measures of conformance are diligently and comprehensively carried-out, recorded and filed. This involves processing planned, reactive and project contractors, administering site inductions and manual / electronic PTWs, coordinating impairments and isolations with engineering team / operational liaison.
A significant number of contractors attend each building on a weekly basis, the coordinator’s primary role being to ensure a consistent approach is applied to control safe working practices in project and routine maintenance delivery. Due to the criticality of the site all visiting contractors, consultants and external stakeholders must be instructed and policed, applying all operational liaison to ensure disruption is minimised.
All service documentation and any follow-up remedial activities are recorded and escalated for further action – via the internal team or contractor base. The Compliance Coordinator will also have a watching brief of internal PPM delivery, ensuring work orders are prioritised accordingly across the teams, working closely with the shift managers. Secondary roles include ensuring stores inventory and COSHH products in all working areas are managed correctly.
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What you'll have
A construction or engineering background with an understanding of Health & safety Regulations including MHASAW (1999) and CDM (2015)
Hold a current CSCS card
High-Level Organizational Skills.
What else could you bring?
Process management and CI skills. Stock control and management qualification (e.g. ISO 9001).
Project Management (e.g. Prince2).
IOSH / NEBOSH. CSCS Supervisor / Manager.
Relationship Management Skills
As a business we encourage flexible working. We have a number of different ways to work flexibly, so at your interview feel free to talk about what flexibility means to you. There are no guarantees, however, examples of how our Partners already work flexibly include part-time, job share, home working and compressed hours
We occasionally close vacancies early in the event we receive a high volume of applications. Therefore, we recommend you apply early .
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