Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator

Melbourn, United Kingdom
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Back Lane, Melbourn SG8, GB


Company description

About us

We believe in the power of ingenuity to build a positive human future in a technology-driven world.

As strategies, technologies and innovation collide, we create opportunity from complexity.

Our diverse teams of experts combine innovative thinking and breakthrough use of technologies to progress further, faster. Our clients adapt and transform, and together we achieve enduring results.

An innovation and transformation consultancy, we are 3,300 specialists in consumer and manufacturing, defence and security, energy and utilities, financial services, government and public services, health and life sciences, and transport. Our people are strategists, innovators, designers, consultants, digital experts, scientists, engineers and technologists. We operate globally from offices across the UK, US, Netherlands and Nordics.

PA. Bringing Ingenuity to Life.

Job description

The role of the EHS Coordinator is to deliver a first class service to the business, maintaining and improving EHS performance and compliance. The role will include pro-active and re-active support for projects and incidents throughout PA and support for our Real Estate function in particular. This role will help PA maintain and re-accredit environment, health and safety certifications whilst promoting best practice across the business.

Specific Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

Project Management

  • Working with external suppliers to support legislative and regulatory projects including external accreditation within Health and Safety (H&S) and Energy & Environment (E&E)
  • Project justification and cost management
  • Manage procurement of EHS services
  • Performance management of EHS service providers
  • Manage and implement the EHS management systems
  • Collaborate with the business to maintain and improve EHS performance
  • Write, develop and update EHS documents and procedures in line with legal and company requirements
  • Mobilise & ensure implementation of EHS management system at new PA offices
  • Achieve & maintain EHS ISO accreditations at PA sites where required
  • Communicate EHS messages across the business as required
  • Respond to EHS queries from the business
  • Own the EHS company intranet pages
  • Manage EHS computer systems
  • Contribute to reports to senior management on EHS activities
  • Act as first point of contact for EHS queries on corporate RFIs
  • Maintain and support the UK EHS training schedule according to legislative requirements.
  • Maintain and support the UK EHS auditing schedule to meet regulatory and compliance requirements
  • Assist in external audit and inspection processes as required
  • Schedule and contribute to internal audit processes to maintain compliance
  • Assist in developing and monitoring EHS targets, objectives and performance measures

Health and Safety

  • Act as central coordinator for remote offices for H&S
  • Act as first point of contact for RFI’s in association with H&S pre-qualification questionnaires
  • Coordinate H&S committee meetings at UK sites, ensuring records are maintained, the meetings documented, and the actions allocated as agreed
  • Investigate and report on accidents as required and manage the accident reporting system.
  • Develop and sign off risk assessments as required

Energy and Environment

  • Document and manage PA’s environmental aspects and impacts register
  • Collect data from the Facilities Management teams to support E&E certifications

  • Degree calibre, or appropriate equivalent professional qualification
  • Ideally, a minimum of three years working in an international professional services environment
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English
  • Formal health and safety training such as NEBOSH National General Certificate preferred
  • Some experience of small project management including office moves and fit-out preferred
  • Some experience of Energy and Environment preferred

Personal Attributes

  • Self-confident, outgoing, yet discreet personality with a high level of professional and personal integrity
  • Attention to detail with excellent organisational skills
  • Relationship-builder, with strong collaborative inter-personal skills, committed to high standards and levels of service
  • Calm and unflappable under pressure and a calming influence on others
  • Proactive, flexible and forward thinking, an outcome-oriented self-starter with the ability to work independently and demonstrate initiative within a regulatory and policy framework
  • Ability to identify potential problems and risks and work towards solutions
  • A quick learner, able to assimilate information quickly and be resourceful
  • Proven planning and organisational skills with the ability to multi-task and work to tight deadlines

Additional information


  • Private medical insurance
  • 25 days annual leave with the opportunity to buy 5 additional days
  • Company pension scheme
  • Annual performance-based bonus
  • Life and Income protection insurance
  • Tax efficient benefits (cycle to work, give as you earn)
  • Additional optional benefits (Dental, critical illness, spouse/partner life assurance)

Inclusion & Diversity

We believe that diversity makes us a stronger firm and look to employ people with different ideas, styles and skill sets. This diversity stimulates a rich, creative environment – one in which our people develop, and our clients enjoy enduring results. We’re committed to recruiting, promoting and rewarding our people solely based on their ability to contribute to PA’s goals, without regard to their sex, race, disability, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age or marital status.

Should you need any adjustments to the recruitment process, at either application or interview, please contact us on recruitmentenquiries@paconsulting.com

Job information

Firm: PA Consulting

Location: Melbourn, United Kingdom