Our client is one of Europe's leading and most progressive consultancies demonstrating growth through organic and acquisition. As part of this continued growth and development across Europe there is a need for a SHEQ Adviser to work on a variety of projects across the DACH region.
The opportunity is for a German and English (for business) speaking Adviser assisting the SHEQ team in providing advice to local staff as well as preparation and review of risk assessments, carrying out inductions & training on SHEQ-aspects and toolbox talks.
In addition, the role will include monitoring and delivery of on-site inspections and reporting on SHEQ performance for business operations, office and field based, as well as investigation of incidents, analyse data and present findings.
The role can be based in Essen, Cologne or Stuttgart and candidates will be required to travel throughout the DACH region. It is essential that candidates speak German and hold a German driver's licence.
It is expected that candidates will have some experience and knowledge working in a construction environment, ideally civils but this could also include renewable projects.
The company have flexibility for the level of the role which could include a graduate level appointment through to an experienced SHEQ Adviser.
*Please note that all candidates applying for this role must be eligible to work in the Germany/European Economic Area
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