£49,466 - £56,020
Bootle, United Kingdom
Chemical / Process Engineering ,Health & Safety,Scientific
Permanent | Full Time
Want to make the most of your experience and take on dynamic and exciting projects that help the UK’s employers work safely? With the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), you can.
At HSE, we work with one goal in mind – to help keep Britain’s workforce safe. We are the independent regulator for work-related health and safety in Great Britain, and our work touches virtually every sector of UK industry. Combining experts from every field, we strive to keep people and their working environments as healthy and secure as possible.
This is a challenging role that offers a wide range of work but also the chance to take on specialist training and influence whole industry sectors towards safer practice. As a Risk Assessor Specialist, you’ll work alongside other specialists to carry out risk analysis, provide expert advice and develop policy guidance across a variety of essential industries. You’ll also represent HSE at appeals and enquiries and liaise with diverse stakeholders including industry figures, local planning authorities and other government departments.
As this is a highly specialised role, you’ll need sound experience in assessing risk within the onshore major hazards industry. This includes using current risk assessment techniques and tools, along with knowledge of major accident hazard modelling. But you’ll also need to evidence analytical skills and impactful decision making in your career so far, as well as excellent communication skills. You should have a degree (or equivalent) in a science, engineering, mathematics or another relevant subject area, along with Corporate Chartered membership of a relevant professional institution, or the capability to work towards membership.
The role is an excellent opportunity to build your knowledge and experience across the board and take advantage of exceptional specialist training. Find out more about the role or apply today.
Closing date for application is 27th October
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