The successful candidate will join the company’s expanding SHEQ team demonstrating broad experience in the asbestos management and/or construction field, ideally with a background in Safety, Quality Auditing or Site Inspection. Sound knowledge and a good understanding of the current regulations that apply within the asbestos management industry is essential. Applicants will be mindful of the HSE Licencing protocols and demonstrate a general appreciation of the client’s operational needs.
The position requires a trustworthy, professional and open person with excellent communication and organizational skills. They should be able to motivate key individuals, regardless of role or position, enabling the creation of a positive safety culture. It is important that the post-holder is thorough, methodical and accurate in the quality of their work. Ideally holding a current CSCS card, they must have excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) and a good eye for detail. Computer literate – Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook (mobile media / hardware & softward). Full training to use our bespoke in-house software will be given.
Flexibility is also a requirement as the Auditor may be asked to contribute to other areas of the business. Must be prepared to travel extensively and work in different environments and to tight deadlines. The position may require working out of hours and occasional overnight stays. All applicants must hold a clean current driving licence in order to comply with the Company Vehicle & Driving Policies
The Site Auditor (Southern England & Wales) will take responsibility for all auditing within their designated area, however, they may be required to work within other parts of the Country should additional cover be required during holiday and/or busy periods. They will support the SHEQ department in all initial authorisations once deemed competent and in the identification and preparation of refresher training for all staff including Tool Box Talks.
A key element of the role will also entail the investigation of complaints and nonconforming works in support of the existing SHEQ policies using their own initiative or working as part of a team.
Practical and theoretical knowledge of equipment calibration & inspection including (RPE).
Demonstrable experience of complaint handling and resolution.
Applications should include a current c.v. with brief covering letter indicating salary expectations.
Please note, whilst we thank applicants for their interest in the Company, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted.
Aspect Contracts Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer and we are committed to safeguarding the welfare of vulnerable children and adults. Successful applicants may, therefore, be required to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service application.