To ensure that Wood Group Kenny’s Quality and HSE Management Systems and project support activities are adequately maintained and implemented and resulting actions delivered effectively, whilst maintaining positive contacts with all those who contribute to the work results of the HSEQ function in Staines. |
Roles & Responsibilities
The HSEQ Lead offers expert technical and management system knowledge and skills out of his discipline and generates and promotes a positive Quality and HSE culture. This represents a key role in co-managing business related risks in the organisation.
The HSEQ Lead is responsible for ensuring that all Quality and HSE Management System documentation is up-to-date and policies and practices are adopted. He/She helps to plan, implement, monitor and review the HSEQ management systems and all related corrective and preventive measures. The HSEQ Lead ensures that the Management System certification that WGK requires and has chosen to follow remains operational.
He/she supports the organisation’s aim to avoid operational losses, minimise brand protection issues and to assure continued process capability to its clients. The HSEQ Lead deputises for the Corporate HSEQ Manager in his absence.
Any Other Information
Please click the apply button, and upload your CV and including a letter explaining why you wish to join J P Kenny and how you will add value to the Company.
- Experience of working in and managing a Quality and HSE Management system environment
- Hands-on experience with (project) steel fabricating, offshore pipelaying, heavy lifting and /or subsea installation work is required
- Experience with internal and external audits and third party certification.
- Experience with Risk based management and knowledge of risk analyses techniques.
Your application must state clearly whether or not you already have the right to work in the UK.
Your CV will be reviewed and if appropriate circulated to relevant Managers who will review it further. They may then ask for more information, request an interview or return as unsuitable.
This process can take up to three weeks so do not expect a response sooner. If nothing is heard within four weeks it generally means that your application is not currently of interest.
However we will make efforts to reply to every application even if it is to say no.
Please note that your CV will be put onto our database and if a suitable vacancy arises in the future, we will be in contact.
J P Kenny - 21 months ago
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