Senior Project QHSE Manager

Imagine a future where you drive world-class QHSE by being the strategic QHSE lead for Hornsea 3, the world’s largest offshore windfarm!

Join us in this role where you’ll be the Senior QHSE Project Manager leading on our Hornsea 3 project during the EPC phase. You’ll provide independent, expert, technical, and professional advice to the Hornsea 3 leadership team. You’ll set the strategic direction for the project, set the QHSE culture, and be the driving force behind the outstanding QHSE performance (TRIR, LTIF). You’ll be someone that is willing to challenge the status quo and find innovative ways to motivate people to be exemplary QHSE leaders and role models.

Welcome to QHSE

You’ll be part of UK QHSE where you, together with your colleagues, will be part of both the Hornsea 3 core project leadership team and the UK QHSE leadership team. You’ll oversee a matrix team of Deputy QHSE Managers and QHSE Advisors, plan and monitor QHSE activities for effectiveness and compliance, and make appropriate improvements or changes where necessary. You’ll also be responsible for leading regular local QHSE meetings, producing QHSE reports, and running campaigns and initiatives. Moreover, you’ll engage with on- and offshore contractors and suppliers and report relevant information to the required stakeholders, incl. the Health and Safety Executive.

You’ll play an important role in:

  • developing the QHSE strategy, QHSE plans, QHSE improvement and cultural initiatives for Hornsea 3 to set the QHSE standard in the project in accordance with the overall QHSE goals and ambition at Ørsted
  • setting the direction for the project QHSE team and ensuring the team are meeting their objectives
  • ensuring compliance with QHSE requirements and industry best practice
  • developing strong working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders, incl. contractors and suppliers
  • leading by example, as a strong, visible QHSE leader, and exemplary role model

To succeed in the role, you:

  • are an expert in working within the CDM 2015 regime, with a track record of implementation and monitoring requirements
  • hold a NEBOSH construction certificate, a diploma/degree, or equivalent, in a relevant subject
  • have extensive experience and a proven track record of working on major projects as a QHSE leader and within offshore wind and/or a complex technical environment
  • have project management qualifications, e.g., PMI, Prince2, APM
  • are an excellent written and spoken communicator and are fluent in English
  • can use a range of IT systems for reporting and are skilled in presenting complex data in an easy-to-understand way.

Join a global leader in renewable energy

Ørsted is a growing green energy major and global leader in climate action. With us you’ll play a part in driving change towards a green energy future. You’ll grow your talent in a fast-paced and high-growth industry where you have plenty of opportunities to learn and develop through challenging assignments and industry-leading experts. Here you can perform in a friendly work environment based on trust, respect, and collaboration.

Shape the future with us

Send your application to us no later than 11 August 2022. We’ll be conducting interviews on a continuous basis and reserve the right to take down the advert when we have found the right candidate.

Please don’t hesitate to contact Emily Spearman, Head of QHSE UK, on (United Kingdom +44) 7768465290, if you’d like to know more about the position. If you need to request any adjustments to working practices, working patterns, or the assessment or interview process, we're happy to discuss alternative arrangements. Please note that the Hiring Manager for this position will be on annual leave 1-19 August. During this time, please contact the Talent Acquisition UK team, on talentacquisitionuk@orsted.com, with any further questions regarding the application.

We offer a flexible workplace, and in this position, you’ll be working in a hybrid (office and home-working) set-up.

Please note that you’re expected to do some travelling in relation to your work, as you’ll need to visit sites and Ørsted offices.

Please note that for your application to be taken into consideration, you must submit your application via our online career pages and answer the screening questions relevant for your country.