The responsibilities include a range of inspection and advisory duties - you will work with employers and other industry stakeholders to influence and change current practice, you will also directly support enforcement action, including acting as an expert witness in court proceedings.
With a world-class reputation for safeguarding the health and wellbeing of people at work, HSE is adapting and evolving to meet the new challenges ahead. To help us meet these challenges we require a number of ambitious Scientific Officers to join our Chemicals Regulation Directorate.
Join our vibrant and enthusiastic team. You will be leading the organisation and coordinating the delivery of HSE’s portfolio of programmes and the setting up and bedding in of the supporting Programme Management Office
This role involves applying your professional mechanical engineering expertise to a wide range of issues, equipment and applications including design, construction, maintenance and safe use. Through inspections and investigations, you’ll establish the cause of mechanical systems failures and unsafe practice in industry and other workplaces.
Minimising occupational health risk is a challenging and varied task for our specialist team of Registered Nurses. You’ll be involved in conducting inspections, undertaking investigations, taking enforcement action, or by providing specialist assistance and advice to colleagues.
Specialist providing front line occupational hygiene expertise, helping to regulate workplaces to ensure that workplace health risks have been identified, evaluated, eliminated or adequately controlled.
The purpose of this post is to project manage the safe execution of a portfolio of scientific projects, from the early discussions through to delivery, closure and review, to agreed quality, timescales and costs.
You'll draw on your technical knowledge and practical experience to support our frontline enforcement and advisory work in sectors using ionising and non-ionising radiation. There's real variety to this role, which focuses on supporting or leading inspection activities.
You will contribute technically to the areas of electrical, electronic and instrumentation systems, functional safety, reliability and associated risk assessments for both HSE and industry.
You will join other social researchers working on a range of research projects using both quantitative and qualitative skills.
You will work with other social researchers, accurately interpreting data (verbal and numerical) and research papers, and summarising and effectively communicating this data. Writing and designing draft research specifications for individual research projects.