The main purpose of this role is to ensure that the processes and approach agreed to fulfil the HS&W team goals and strategy are suitably communicated, understood, and implemented by teams across our global organisation. The role will support the whole organisation to achieve a consistent approach to HS&W.
Reporting to the Global Health & Safety Manager, you will provide coordination, administration and support to the Global Health, Safety & wellbeing team. We believe on a proactive approach to health and safety and the coordinator will have ownership and responsibility for various processes and procedures.
Some will include the management of our selected H&S management software (ASSURE) ensuring it is consistently utilised and implemented correctly. Making recommendations to improve its usage in the organisations through the development of an improvement plan.
Manage and deliver the process of ergonomic assessments, maternity assessments and employee risk assessments across departments and escalate to the Health and Wellbeing Consultant, when necessary, for example when reasonable adjustments are required. Work in collaboration with Safety Compliance Teams on ergonomic assessments.
Training is especially important for us, as we can increase awareness on important H&S subjects the coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and delivering training when the need is identified. This may include any relevant competencies such as First Aid, Fire Wardens, Manual Handling, DSE (Display Screen Equipment), COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health), and General Risk Assessments.
And finally, help us with our communication plan delivering clear messages to our global community and general administrative tasks such as improving our SharePoint, inbox management, purchase orders and more.
As coordinator of our team, you will need to be flexible and forward thinking with an ability to work efficiently (sometimes under pressure) and proactive in your attitude, willing to collaborate with colleagues across the business and open to new ideas and innovation within the workplace.
There is an expectation that you will take responsibility of your own actions and omissions and be willing to understand the needs of the end user whilst ensuring business needs are met. Continual professional development is key, and we will support you on this.
Knowledge and skills
Knowledge of health and safety management is essential and understanding of health and safety legislation and its applicability to Cambridge University Press and Assessment
NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational safety and health (desirable)
Trained as DSE assessor or equivalent (desirable)
Auditing experience would be an advantage
Excellent IT skills including Microsoft 365 suit
Previous experience in supporting the implementation of H&S systems
Previous experience in an administrative role
Experience within a customer focused setting
Provision of advice/responding to queries, including a professional telephone manner.
Excellent interpersonal skills - able to build and maintain good working relationships with a wide range of people.
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