QHSE Manager
Job ID
60616
Posted
13-May-2022
Service line
GWS Segment
Role type
Full-time
Areas of Interest
Health and Safety/Environment
Location(s)
London - England - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Company Profile 
CBRE is the global leader in workplace and real estate services, leveraging the industry's most powerful knowledge base to meet the commercial real estate needs of its clients worldwide. Our vision is to be the preeminent, vertically integrated, globally capable workplace services & real estate service firm. Globally we employ over 70,000 employees and operate in 48 countries. 

Why CBRE
When you join CBRE you will have the support and resources of a global firm where an entrepreneurial mind-set is encouraged. You'll realize your potential with challenging work, fast-paced assignments, an environment of constant learning and commitment to results. To enable your success, we provide the best tools, training and leaders in the industry. 
Our collaborative culture is built on our RISE values and reflects the needs and perspectives of our clients and our people. Our work is guided by our North Star: Creating the real estate solutions of tomorrow, so businesses and people thrive. This informs everything we do—from diversity, equity, and inclusion to sustainability initiatives to workplace safety and wellbeing. 
At CBRE, we believe that the more perspectives we have, the more dimensions we see. We welcome people with different backgrounds and experiences across industries to apply for open positions even if you do not match every element of the required skills.


Purpose of the job
To support the sustainable growth of the GWS Local UK business group, enabling world-class operational delivery through:
1. Delivery of Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental (QHSE) programmes, as directed.
2. Provision of support to the QHSE Director -Local UK.
3. Provision of focussed support and coaching to Divisional QHSE Directors and QHSE Leads for specific activity, such as bids, mobilisations or improvement programmes.

Key responsibilities
1. Continuing work to develop the GWS QHSE Maturity Matrix, championing its adoption throughout the Local UK business group.
2. Reviewing divisional ‘QHSE Plan’ progress to ensure the effectiveness and value of the programme.
3. Leading on the development of QHSE aspects of culture change programmes and supporting delivery across the business group.
4. Developing and actively participating in audit and assurance programmes
5. Developing the GWS Human Factors offering and championing adoption through the business group in line with the GWS Maturity Matrix.
6. Leading the development of the UK core QHSE training offering.
7. Helping to develop a ‘learning culture’ by leading cross divisional initiatives and programmes and facilitating and encouraging sharing of information.
8. Assisting in the preparation of periodic QHSE reports and reviews for key stakeholders, using established systems and metrics.
9. Supporting the QHSE aspects of new business activity through solution development, participation in presentations and consultations meetings, coaching of bid teams and developments of guides and collateral.
10. Developing and maintaining relationships with key suppliers through networking and collaboration events.
11. Developing the QHSE management system, ensuring it is effective in supporting the needs of the Local UK business group.
12. Providing support to each division through coaching, training, guiding on techniques, processes and ways of working.
13. Driving cross-divisional collaboration in QHSE Risk Champion and Wellbeing Champion activity.
14. Supporting the roll-out and adoption of QHSE Systems and Platforms.
15. Maintaining a register of external certifications, subscriptions and accreditations schemes (excluding ISO) and ensuring timely submissions in order to maintain status. 
16. Supporting the identification and development of QHSE talent, both internally and externally.
17. Staying abreast of legislation changes, industry trends and best practices and ensuring communication into the business.
18. Any other duties as may be reasonable expected in order to meet the purpose of the role.

Accountabilities
1. Single reporting line to the QHSE Director – Local UK.

Working Relationships
1. Local UK COO Team
2. Local UK Divisional QHSE Teams
3. Wider GWS QHSE Teams as required

Circumstances
1. A degree of travel across the UK is to be expected as part of the role, including spending time away from home for short periods of time (typically 1 to 2 nights at a time).