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Health and Safety Advisor – Highways

  • £35,000 - £45,000 + Package
  • Civil Engineering
  • Essex

Health & Safety – Highways 

Civil Engineering 

£35,000 – £45,000 + package 

Brentwood, Essex

About the company

Our client is a contractor who has been trading for just over 40 years and has gained a superb reputation within the highways sector. They are multi-disciplined within the highways sector covering highways maintenance, street lighting, highways communications, and power cabling. Due to the excellent delivery of their projects, they have now picked up repeat business with Highways England, Network Rail, and several councils across the UK.

About the opportunity

This opportunity has come about due to company expansion and a healthy pipeline of works. My client is looking for a Health & Safety Advisor to work on highways projects, these projects could vary in types of works from Civil Engineering, infrastructure, maintenance, and street lighting. The duties you will be carrying out will involve representing the company and dealing with the client in all SHEQ matters when required. You will be conducting investigations and reporting your findings as well as monitoring and ensuring all company compliances are in line with the internal management systems. This position will be based out of Brentwood, Essex but it will involve site visits that could see you travel as far as Northampton.   

About the benefits and rewards

You will be working for a contractor with a brilliant background in the highways and civil engineering industry, a contractor who looks after and take care of their staff and because of this have a low staff turnover. They have a large pipeline of work that can offer you long-term stability and on top of this, you get a competitive salary ranging from £35,000 – £45,000 + a full package on top.


I am looking for someone with at least 3 years of experience working in Construction or Civil Engineering as a health & Safety Advisor or Manager (highways would be preferred but not essential). It is, however, essential you have a NEBOSH in Construction and ideally an IOSH also.