Health, Safety & Wellbeing Advisor

University of Bradford - Professional Services Human Resources

Interview Date: To be confirmed

A vacancy has arisen for a Health, Safety and Wellbeing (HSW) Advisor, the role is specific to providing support within the Faculty of Life Sciences and it is therefore essential that applicants have a chemistry/science background. 

The main duties under this role will include (but are not restricted to):

  • Working collaboratively within the Faculty of Life Sciences advising and assisting in areas of Health and safety;
  • Promoting a culture where HSW best practice is integrated into all operations;
  • Managing the daily activities of Health, Safety and Wellbeing within the Faculty;

You will have experience of working in a similar role and be qualified to Diploma level in Health and Safety as a minimum, and ideally holding corporate membership of a relevant professional body (e.g. IOSH).

It is essential that you are able to prioritise your workload and manage conflicting deadlines without close supervision. You must be a team player with excellent communication skills to enable you to integrate and be a part the central HSW team. 

You will work collaboratively within both the Faculty and HSW team to solve complex Health and Safety issues.

Excellent IT skills are essential, with experience of Microsoft Office.

As a member of the team at Bradford we are able to offer numerous benefits, including a pre-school Nursery, Unique fitness and lifestyle leisure facilities, a generous annual leave allowance and various staff support facilities including an Employee Medical Advisory service. 

For further information or an informal chat, you may contact the Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing by email or telephone 01274 235764.

Applicants can continue the application process by clicking on the ‘Apply Now’ link. All applicants are required to submit a supporting statement and a copy of their CV.

The University of Bradford strives to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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