Location: Denmark Hill Campus.
Contact details: Stephen Shemilt. [email protected]
The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at Kings College London (KCL) has a vacancy for the role of Faculty Health & Safety Manager. This is a key post in the Faculty’s professional services team, and the successful candidate will provide a high standard of management, support and expert advice in order for the Faculty to comply with Health & Safety (H&S) legislation and the Health, Safety & Wellbeing (HSW) policies of the University.
Reporting to the Head of Technical Services, the postholder will lead on H&S management for the faculty, liaising with colleagues at all levels in the Professional Services teams, and the academic schools and departments. They will work closely with the University’s Professional Services teams; in particular King’s Health & Safety Services and Estates & Facilities.
The postholder will be responsible for the timely and effective delivery of their duties. They will manage their own workload and engage with internal and external stakeholders as required. They will oversee HSW communication and engagement, working closely with colleagues to disseminate information to staff and students in the faculty. The postholder will monitor H&S compliance across the faculty, reporting breaches to the faculty’s Health & Safety Committee, senior management and King’s Health & Safety Services as appropriate. They will maintain close links with H&S professionals within other King’s faculties and directorates, and be an active member of the King’s Health Faculties Safety Group.
This position is exciting opportunity to work across a range of disciplines. The IoPPN offers an intellectually stimulating environment in which to work, where staff are dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and learning, in the service of society. Across our 3 schools we provide high-quality teaching, research and innovation across psychiatry, psychology and neuroscience. Our teaching and research activities are located in a wide range of environments, including containment level 2 laboratories, MRI scanning facilities and clinical areas in our NHS partner hospitals.
The postholder will be based at our Denmark Hill campus in Camberwell but will be required travel to other King’s campuses on a regular basis. Find out more at https://www.kcl.ac.uk/ioppn/about
This post will be offered on an indefinite contract. This is a full-time post