Job Description

We are looking for a EH&S Manager for our Integrated Facilities Management business line.

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Location: London

Role Purpose

The Environmental, Health, and Safety Manager will report to the JLL and client EH&S teams and be responsible for implementing and managing the JLL Health and Safety operations across a portfolio and for leading a compliance and training program that meets JLL, client and statutory requirements

What this job involves

  • Manage all aspects of EH&S training from reporting, tracking, maintaining, developing, and providing training to the account.
  • Provide Safety Training (train the trainer) to ensure that facility teams (both site specific and portfolio-wide) receive required training, including but not limited to: Confined Space, Power truck, Ergonomics.
  • Oversee the tracking and monitoring of EH&S performance metrics and manage all EH&S reporting.
  • Ensure AIMS entries are done on time, account KPIs are maintained, logs are accurate, and all incidents and injuries are escalated on time.
  • Analyze and track audits - make regular reports
  • Create, develop and implement EH&S policies, practices and programs at the site level.
  • Provide guidance and advice on EH&S management at all levels on the account.
  • Provide technical advice on all relevant EHS issues to the account team and on changes in legislation that will impact service delivery.
  • Lead EH&S standards to prevent accidents, incidents and events that could harm employees and/or property of client.
  • EH&S related investigations and root cause analyses (RCAs). 
  • Provide direct support to JLL employees on all matters related to industry EH&S compliance, as well as specific client compliance or site-specific operating requirements.
  • Promote and develop a positive Health and Safety culture at all levels throughout the account.
  • Support sites during audits from client, corporate, EH&S staff, as well as outside agencies such as Enforcing Authority, fire/building departments, health inspectors, air quality inspectors, and insurance representatives.
  • Manage contractor safety programs. Ensuring programs are in place and manage a third-party supplier ISNetWorld/PICS to assist.
  • Support Enforcing Authority recertification process as requested by the client.
  • Support the health and safety sections for the Engineering Services Compliance Program.
  • Support and assist sites with root cause investigations and near miss presentations.
  • Conduct Health and Safety Systems inspections and audit workplace standards and activities.
  • Any and all other duties and tasks assigned.

Every day is different, and in all these activities, we’d encourage you to show your ingenuity.

Sound like you? To apply you need to be / have:

Education/training           

  • Degree in a related area or equivalent combination of education and relevant field experience required; Master’s Degree in relevant field preferred.

Years of relevant experience

  • Proven experience in the implementation and management of EHS programs and management systems required, preferably within facility operations.
  • 5 years of experience in comparable EH&S program preferred.

Skills and knowledge

  • Microsoft office tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
  • Practical working knowledge of Health and Safety tools and techniques, ideally within a Facilities Management environment.
  • Working knowledge and understanding of relevant current standards, legislation, codes of practice, guidance and operating procedures.
  • Presentation skills to deliver specialist advice at all levels and to deliver localized training to staff as required.
  • Strong organizational skills, information management proficiency and collaborative management style are needed.
  • Ability to keep abreast of trends and related best practice.
  • Evidence of strong interpersonal skills
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