Website Stallard Kane Limited
Due to the continued expansion of the Stallard Kane Group, we are looking to recruit an SSIP Assessors to join our vibrant SSIP department.
We are proud of our reputation and the personal service that we deliver to our clients, which shows in everything we do. As a member of the Stallard Kane team, this ethos continues with you as you work to provide high end administrative support in compiling, assessing and return of SSIP documentation.
You will receive a high standard of training when you join us to get you up to speed with what we do and also the ethos of being #oneoftheteam.
Stallard Kane is a leading Health & Safety, HR, Compliance and Training provider, delivering guidance and support to thousands of clients across the country across all industries. We have built up a fantastic reputation over the last 20 years and are regarded as #oneoftheteam by our clients.
We pride ourselves on our common-sense approach when it comes to delivering our various services – any provider can preach legislation at clients, but we like to make it simple for our clients to understand, which means that we build a trusting relationship with them.
The reason we are so successful is because of our people.
We are proud of the service we deliver and the fact that we are there for our clients, which you should be too.
We are looking for an individual who works well both independently and as part of a team to provide high end administrative support in the reviewing of SSIP Assessments that we receive.
You should be enthusiastic, driven and have achieved the NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety, British Safety Council (BSC) Level 3 Certificate in Occupational Safety & Health; NEBOSH Certificate in Construction; NCRQ Level 6 Certificate in Applied Health & Safety; or an equivalent as a minimum.
You should have at least 2 years health & safety work experience in a filed relevant to construction and comprehensive knowledge of the CDM regulations.
Compiling of SSIP assessor findings and entering information into an electronic database. You will be required to provide clear and concise responses to application and respond to clients questions in relation to the SSIP submissions in a professional manner.
• Contributory pension scheme
• Health care scheme
• Holidays that increase with length of service
• Corporate perks such as discounted gym memberships, cinema tickets and other items
• Death in service benefit
• Full-time hours: 40 per week
• Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
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