1 Develop, implement, manage and review the Divisional QHSE business plan and objectives in line with the ‘Group’ strategic QHSE plan. Including the long term forecasting and planning for both policy and resource requirements.
2 Liaise with the MD, Divisional BU leaders and Customers to ensure expectations are understood and delivered, as far as is reasonable enabling suitable management of risk exposures. As the appointed competent person for health and safety ensure the role responsibilities are fulfilled.
3 Direct and manage the team to ensure delivery of QHSE management system audits designed to maintain compliance with both Divisional and Group policy and strategy. Ensure an annual schedule is maintained of appropriate and necessary internal and supplier audits.
4 Manage the Divisional QHSE resource requirements. Lead and facilitate necessary dialogue to ensure appropriate specialist QHSE resource requirements are established at all times.
5 Direct lead and support the development of initiatives and best practice activities in all areas of QHSE management, and promote and maintain the behaviours and values of CBRE.
6 Lead the development and maintenance of the Divisional QHSE training strategy. Support it’s delivery to ensure standards of QHSE competence to be achieved and maintained.
7 Ensure QHSE ‘Champions’ are established throughout the Business. Direct the team in the development of appropriate Champions objectives designed to promote and improve QHSE.
8 Manage the Divisional relationship with externally sourced QHSE resource as required.
9 Ensure the achievement of agreed Divisional functional standards and service level agreements.
10 Compile appropriate performance reports for the Division and maintain performance monitoring, analysis and review against established metrics and standards to drive improvements.
11 Support the achievement of good industry practice, business competitiveness, and the development of a learning organisation.
12 Support appropriate and effective business communication through leadership, advice, reviews, and direct contribution to meetings, briefings, consultation forums, correspondence, publicity, monthly and ad-hoc reporting and other publications, as necessary and appropriate.
13 Support the health, safety and environmental aspects of the new business winning process through solutions development, participation in presentations and consultation meetings, bid and contract generation and review through to support during mobilisation and resourcing activities on contracts.
- A good post-graduate level education, with a formal qualification in both occupational health and safety management and environmental management. Significant and relevant post qualification experience.
- Formal management qualifications in environmental or Safety management system auditing. Formal qualifications in areas of ‘engineering’ i.e. electrical or electronics and or FM.
- Membership of the IIRSM or IOSH at ‘Specialist’ level or higher.