Are you looking for a career with an established 'employer of choice' that can offer you structured training and clear development and progression in the world or property?
ConfidentQuick learnerCommon senseDiplomacyAbility to work on own initiativeAbility to prioritise workload and work under pressureGood numerical skillsAbility to work independently and as part of a teamIT literateClean Driving LicenseWilling to travel
FPA/IFE Level 4 - Fire Safety Diploma (or equivalent)NEBOSH Construction Certificate (desirable)NEBOSH General Certificate (or equivalent)BOHS P402 -Asbestos Surveying (desirable)GIFireE (desirable)
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
To produce Health & Safety and Fire Risk Assessment Reports for the HML Group in accordance with current legislation.
To produce remedial reports further to an incident on site relating to a potential H&S claim.
To advise Property Managers further to any queries that arise from the content of the reports produced.
To ensure that knowledge of current legislation is kept to date to ensure that reports are in keeping with any changes.
To liaise with Fire Officers regarding any inspections carried out by the Local Fire Authority or Enforcement Notices sent.
This role requires the employee to be familiar with all current H&S and Fire Safety legislation that is relevant to the properties that are managed by HML. Experience in the completion of Health & Safety and Fire Risk Assessments reports is essential. The employee will be required to ensure that they keep up to date with any changes in legislation and will be expected to attend training courses to ensure that they continually expand their knowledge and maintain CPD.
It will also be necessary for the employee to advise and guide Property Managers on the recommendations that they have detailed within their reports and if required liaise with Company Directors in response to any queries they may have upon receipt of the report.
The role consists of carrying out reports for blocks managed by the whole HML Group which will comprise of travel nationwide. It is likely that 1 day a week the candidate will need to be office based but for the remaining 4 days the candidate will be out on site completing the reports.
Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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