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Health, Safety and Environmental Advisor

Permanent - 37.5 Hours per week

Salary: £30,000 - £37,000 + car allowance

We have a fantastic opportunity for a highly motivated Health, Safety and Environmental Advisor based in the North West region, covering Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Merseyside and Lancashire, predominately working from our Altrincham office.

Reporting to the Regional Health, Safety and Environmental Manager, you will actively promote a positive and proactive approach to health, safety, wellbeing, and the environment.

Your Duties Will Include

  • Ensuring compliance with the Health & Safety at Work Act and company procedures
  • Keeping up to date with developments and legislative requirements on all health, safety and environmental matters within the industry
  • Carrying out site inspections and audits and reporting on findings

Candidates might have experience of working within the construction industry, undertaking site safety inspections and IMS audits on live construction sites. Delivering in-house training and toolbox talks, you will ideally hold TechSP Member of IOSH with an up-to-date IPD/CPD diary, with NEBOSH Construction Certificate or the desire to undertake additional training to achieve this.

With good interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with customers in a friendly and professional manner, you’ll exhibit high service standards to ensure customer expectations are met.


  • Bonus entitlement based on performance KPIs
  • Holidays - 26 days
  • Life Assurance
  • Pension
  • Private medical insurance
  • Ability to purchase additional holiday
  • Access to discount portal
  • Cycle to Work scheme and EV salary sacrifice car scheme
  • Digital GP
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Sharesave scheme

As an Investors in People Gold award employer, our client is the UK’s leading provider of mixed tenure affordable homes and has a reputation for innovation and excellence in the delivery of high-quality housing development and regeneration projects.

We are committed to enhancing the communities in which we work, building quality homes for real people and looking after our own people; developing talent is key to achieving this. We understand that the success of our organisation comes from the strengths, skills and personalities of our people. Lovell is an equal opportunities employer who encourage and value diversity and inclusion within our teams.

The culture is one that has been successful for many years. It is based on empowering colleagues to make decisions at a regional and local level, and to challenge the status quo whilst working as one to achieve our goals and make Lovell a great place to work for all.