We are currently recruiting for a fantastic organisation that is seeking to recruit an experienced individual with strong exposure to sampling and testing to join their organisation as an Assistant SHEQ Officer. This role is based on the outskirts of Sittingbourne, own transportation will be required.
Benefits: annual bonus, holidays, staff incentives etc.
Hours: Mon-Fri 7.30am-4.30pm
The role will require you to complete all sampling and quality control procedures required for a specific product with a key customer. Support the SHEQ Officer in ensuring that the business complies with relevant legislation and promotes a positive health and safety culture in the workplace as and when required.
Duties will include:
*Collecting the appropriate number and weight of samples and distributing to the appropriately labelled containers
*Homogenising the samples to produce the correct volume of samples for further external lab testing and recording all samples on the QC Database
*Accurate packaging and labelling of all samples for further testing and for retention
*Liaise with courier companies to ensure collection of samples in accordance
*Accurately maintain computerised records
*Accurately maintain results received from external labs
*Manage the disposal of discarded samples as directed
*Assist with a range of sampling and testing products in order to meet customers quality inspections
*Assist with reviews and audits on-site
*Assist with monthly inspections on first aid boxes, ladders and fire-fighting equipment and maintaining relevant records
*Support with SHEQ communications and other administration
Skills and experience required:
*Any exposure to sampling and testing of products (most industries considered) would be a distinct advantage
*Health and safety experience an advantage
*Numerate and literate
*High attention to detail
*Intermediate level on MS packages incl. Word / Excel and exposure to similar databases recording relevant information
*Self-motivated with the ability to work on your own
*Own transport due to location is essential