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SHE Advisor

Morson Talent
Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Feb 13, 2024

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Full Time
Morson are looking for a SHE Advisor for our client. If you are interested please read the below & apply for this opportunity.

Role Description:

The role will support the development and deployment of the Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) policy, systems and objectives to the Operational Shifts on the Naval Ships Clyde sites. This will be a nightshift role.

The role will be responsible for providing competent SHE advice, systems and assurance enabling shift management teams to successfully manage SHE and to achieve company strategic goals.
The role may involve the direct supervision of a SHE team.

Organisation Chart
Hierarchy: n/a
The role will report into: SHE Manager

Core Duties:

The role holder will:

• Support the development, maintenance and/or deployment of a SHE management system (including objectives, processes and assurance) that meet the requirements of BAE Systems Operational Framework and International SHE Standards (such as ISO45001 and ISO14001) and supports the achievement of organisational goals.
• Provide competent and comprehensive SHE advice and support to Line Leaders, enabling them to effectively manage SHE within their area(s) of responsibility.
• Supervise a team(s) of SHE professionals, either directly or indirectly through delivery of SHE projects and work packages.
• Lead activities associated with improving SHE practice and performance within a business or site(s), including (but not limited to): deployment and implementation of SHE Policy and Management Systems, SHE objectives and targets, provision of competent SHE advice on risk management and control, collation and provision of SHE performance reports (such as incidents, audits, regulatory issues), investigation and reporting of incidents in accordance with regulatory and/or customer requirements, provision of an effective interface with regulators and representatives dealing with liability issues.
• Support the development and implementation of innovative SHE change programmes, ensuring consistency and effective improvement in SHE risk management and embedding a culture of continuous improvement and the sharing of best practices.
• Collaborate with key stakeholders, influencing them to appropriately consider SHE factors during decision making.
• Provide assurance for determining compliance with relevant legal, BAE Systems Operational Framework and SHE Management System requirements within a business or site(s).
• Deliver duties to appropriate timescales and to budget.
• Monitor the effectiveness, and provide regular reports, on all of the above to relevant stakeholders.

The role holder will:

Hold supervisory responsibility for a SHE team within a business or site(s), including pastoral care, allocating work, reviewing performance and time & attendance.
Be seen by internal and external stakeholders as a subject expert and team leader for the SHE team within a business or site(s). Role holder will spend a large proportion of their time providing SHE advice and support for the management teams across the business or site(s), regularly partnering with others to meet organisation strategic goals.
Be effective at influencing and coaching others to appropriately consider SHE during decision making.
Support the development and/or lead the deployment of SHE strategy, policy and objectives for a business or site(s).
Be proficient in carrying out accident, incident investigations leading these as necessary, employing appropriate investigation tools and techniques in order to identify root causes
Area of Impact
The role holder will lead a SHE team for a business or site(s) and, therefore, the role holders performance may impact the performance of the SHE team and that of the business or site(s) being supported.

The job holder is required to hold a comprehensive and contemporary technical understanding of safety, health and environmental management standards and practice, and relevant BAE Systems processes and procedures. The role holder will be an experienced SHE professional with a strong understanding of SHE requirements, internal and external best practice and able to bring their experience to articulate these in order to ensure effective deployment within their work area.
The role requires an in depth understanding of how to influence others in order to operationalise, integrate and deliver SHE processes, projects and change in a business, through having an in-depth knowledge of the business or site(s), a contemporary view of their deliverables and aims, the challenges they face, the developments which they are planning and enacting.

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