Site HSE Inspector - Hull (13692)
Siemens Wind Power and Gamesa have recently merged to create a leader in the renewable energy industry, to provide cleaner, more reliable and more affordable energy to society, and to create lasting value for all stakeholders. With a worldwide installed capacity of 75 GW, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has a presence in more than 90 countries and a team of 27,000 employees worldwide. Its end-to-end value chain presence encompasses onshore and offshores wind turbines design, manufacturing, installation as well as cutting-edge service solutions. The global headquarters and legal domicile of the company is located in Zamudio, Spain. The company is listed on the Spanish stock exchange.
SGRE has an exciting opportunity for a Site HSE Inspector supporting the Offshore area of our company. In this role you will be responsible for ensuring that all SGRE site HSE processes are performed and requirements are met. You will be responsible for implementing the HSE plan and for ensuring that all work is performed in agreement with applicable standards.
What are my responsibilities?
This role requires you to perform site HSE inspections and walk downs. You will complete and manage HSE documentation and create and manage HSE reports and ensure that these are managed through to closure. It will be your responsibility to ensure that site HSE processes are followed and that the HSE status reports are produced. You will also report HSE incidents and problems to Project HSE Management.
What do I need to qualify for this job?
Along with previous experience in a similar role you will have a technical qualification with experience from the Wind industry. You will also have experience from the construction industry and experience with dealing with subcontractors. This role requires the ability to work within a process environment, undertake process improvement and promote a healthy and safe working environment. You will also have experience in leading teams and managing sub-contractors.
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