SHEQ Manager

Posted 1 month ago


As Mahoney Contracts continues its planned UK growth strategy, we now need several new team members for mid to long term opportunities. On the back of a series of sustained large project wins, we currently have the following vacancy.


The SHEQ Manager role will be to support the Company in complying with all relevant legislation, regulations, and specifications, which may include health and safety, environmental, legal, or quality standards, as well as any ethical policies the Company has in place. The successful candidate with play a key part in maintaining best practices and procedures across the business, ensuring they are fit for purpose as the business grows.


  • Implementation and management of safety and environment procedures, including but not limited to; risk assessments, accident investigations, internal audits, and induction training
  • Oversee the preparation of site documentation to comply with Company H&S standards
  • Oversee site set-up to comply with Company and legal H&S standards
  • Visit sites to ensure that agreed procedures are being implemented correctly
  • Maintain regular communication with Site Management to resolve compliance queries
  • Train Site Managers on correct compliance and best practice procedures
  • Liaising with external bodies to be aware of changing industry requirements
  • Carry out process reviews and adapt based on feedback
  • Maintain records and file documentation with relevant parties
  • Produce training materials and share best practice throughout
  • Act as a point of call for the client, site management and office team
  • The role will involve nationwide travel, predominately in the North of England and Scotland

The candidate

A successful candidate for this role will have:

  • NEBOSH qualification (preferred, not essential)
  • A sound understanding of legal standards relating to construction
  • A sound understanding of safety systems and value the importance of attention to detail within your work
  • CSCS card
  • Full UK driving licence and use of vehicle
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Ability to work in a team and have confidence to have a positive impact on the company


  • Salary based on experience
  • Coaching, training, and support to help you develop in your role
  • Bonus incentive schemes
  • Pension scheme
  • 28 days annual leave
  • Health care cash plan for dental, optical and therapy treatments
  • 24-hour health assistance for you and your family
  • Employee Assistance Programme, providing confidential access to well-being tools and resources

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