Satellite Delivery Centre, Bridgwater – with some travel to HPC site required.
Are you passionate about Health and Safety and achieving Zero Harm? Are you looking for a career which is rewarding, at the cutting edge of project development and where you can really make a difference?
If so, join EDF as a CDM and Conventional Safety Lead, and you’ll join one of the most exciting and challenging projects within EDF, as we continue to lead the rebirth of nuclear in the UK.
At Hinkley Point C (HPC) we are building two new nuclear reactors, the first in a new generation of nuclear power stations in the UK providing low carbon electricity for around six million homes.
As a CDM and Conventional Safety Lead, you will be responsible for acting on behalf of the HPC Client for ensuring that all HPC activities are conducted in a way that protects the health and safety of the workforce and the public, in line with our Zero Harm ambition.
You will apply all of your knowledge and experience across the new nuclear projects, to ensure that the obligations of the Client under Construction (Design Management) Regulations 2015 are discharged in a manner of both legal compliance and support to the Principal Contractor, Principal Designer and Contract Partners.
This is an excellent opportunity for a great communicator, who can demonstrate broad experience in construction and nuclear settings.
Pay, benefits and culture…
Alongside a salary of £60,000 – £75,000, we’re dedicated to offering flexible benefits that support our people across all aspects of their lives and we’re delighted to offer a range of benefits to support our employees’ physical, emotional and financial wellbeing.
We offer a market-leading company pension scheme, paid holidays and a range of flexible benefits, such as: a company incentive bonus plan, cycle to work scheme, discounts and employee pricing.
At EDF, everyone’s welcome. We strive to create an inclusive and diverse environment where everyone has a voice and where you feel confident being yourself. We’re committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We’d like our future workforce to have an equal gender balance, represent a broad mix of people from minority ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQ+, those with a disability and supporting social mobility.
We’re a disability confident employer and we’ll do all we can to help with your application, making adjustments as you need.
We’ll value the difference you bring and offer opportunities for you to thrive and succeed.
What you’ll be doing…
- Ensuring the Project’s compliance with the obligations as stated in Construction (Design Management) Regulations 2015, in specific reference to the Client role.
- Supporting the Project’s health and safety management process, procedures, standards and systems within the Integrated Management System to ensure that health and safety risks are managed proportionately.
- Interfacing with external certification bodies and/or regulators as required.
- Undertaking audits, reviews, and assessments to identify and share best practices and shortcomings in arrangements to ensure that the project delivers to safety, quality, cost, and programme.
- Reporting on the status of health and safety on the project as required.
- Ensuring high standards and quality of the Client’s arrangements in relation to managing health and safety.
- Supporting the project’s compliance with Nuclear Site Licence condition LC7 (investigate incidents) by way of ensuring the correct recording and classification of health and safety events, thereby triggering a proportionate investigative and corrective response.
- Helping drive capture of innovation and best practice for health and safety on the project via leveraging of experience and existing network, seeking information via industry channels, and embracing the HPC Way behavioural programme.
Who you are…
Your background may include some of the following:
- NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety or equivalent.
- Membership of Institution of Occupational Health and Safety (IOSH) and/or EIT or equivalent or working towards Chartership.
- Detailed knowledge of Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 – requirements to be compliant, and how to comply in an operational setting.
- Knowledge and experience of engineering projects and common challenges and opportunities
- Detailed knowledge of health & safety practices within the construction industry.
- Familiar with working in a high hazard industry.
- Detailed knowledge of legal obligations within the construction industry for health and safety, allied to broad experience in interacting with regulators.
- Strong knowledge of statistical analysis and data presentation.
- Significant industrial experience within a fast-paced project setting.
- Experience with contractor management and engagement.
Closing date: 18th June 2023
Join us, and together we can help Britain achieve Net Zero.