​​​Acre is a leading EHS recruitment company placing contract and permanent professionals globally. We’re constantly searching for the best talent in environment, EHS, augmenting our already impressive network with leaders who can drive cultural change. Our expert and experienced consultants, backed by an in-house research team, have a strong track record of placing senior executives in EHS jobs at world-leading organizations.

What we do:

We work with a range of companies on Health and Safety Manager in Construction jobs (HSE).​We also help innovative corporates and forward-thinking businesses expedite their EHS projects, develop their teams or provide cover for vacant positions, by providing rapid access to a large network of contract and interimprofessionals. We also work across a wide range of disciplines including;

What does a 'typical' Health and Safety Manager in Construction role look like?

A typical Health and Safety Manager in Construction role would have you responsible for the promotion of a positive health and safety culture within an organization. The wide remit of the role will include the evaluation of day-to-day business operations through the undertaking of a range of audits and assessments, the outcome of which will help you determine where improvements to health and safety can be made. You will ensure that safety policies and procedures are adopted and adhered to by the workforce and that the organization comply with the appropriate health and safety legislation that is required. Using your knowledge and skills you will plan, lead, monitor and review protective and preventative safety measures.​

You can browse Acre's Head of Health and Safety jobs in a range of organizations across construction, built environment and manufacturing here.

If your organization is interested in our services, please contact us today. We regret we are unable to support career enquiries via the form below, but please review our current opportunities in our jobs section. If you are seeking a career change to move into the areas we support, please see a useful list of resources to aid your search here.

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