Vacancy Details

11812 - HSE Manager - Services

Location: UAE - Dubai
Closing Date 04-Sep-2022
About the Role

The role of the HSE Manager is to provide expert health and safety advice and support to the business in order to facilitate a safe environment within all Services entities. The role also supports the Head of HSE by managing and monitoring data, documentation, administration, and following up with school operations on compliance.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Provide support and guidance to each Services Managing Directors and Services HSE resources on health and safety matters. This essentially means working as a champion for health and safety in order to raise the profile and standards of health and safety across all our services business.
  • Work closely with the Services MD in order to facilitate effective health and safety within all Services.
  • Monitor incidents using the TMRW Guard reporting system and consolidate incident statistics in order to present to the Head of HSE and other key stakeholders.
  • Manage and monitor findings from all workplace inspections and H&S audits. This includes ensuring that action points are addressed within a timely manner and that ongoing issues are addressed to the Head of HSE.
  • Develop and deliver specific health and safety-related training sessions to Services staff and other staff as required.  To facilitate the health & safety professional development of services HSE resources.
  • Provide administration support within the health and safety department, this includes raising and managing purchase orders and approvals via the DAX system. Other additional administration tasks may be delegated by the Head of HSE.
  • Monitor Health & safety compliance via regular visits and attendance of health and safety committee meetings. The suggested KPI is 1 x monthly visits per month and 1 x attendance of a  safety committee meeting per month.
  • Support the development and implementation of risk assessments within services.
  • Monitor the delivery of all health and safety-related policies and procedures to the services, through effective document control procedures. Ensure all obsolete documents are removed from circulation. This includes managing the TMRW Guard document library.
  • Monitor HSE compliance throughout the services in the form of annual HSE audits. Develop management reports based upon the findings and monitor/support open non-conformities.
  • Support the development of HSE policies and procedures and review existing policies and procedures
  • Conduct HSE accident investigations and develop accident investigation reports for senior management. Support the implementation of corrective and preventative measures.

Expected Qualifications & Experience:

  • Bachelor's Degree and a Health & Safety qualification (IOSH/NEBOSH)
  • 5 years of experience within the field of health and safety
  • Ability to develop and deliver health and safety training
  • Ability to develop and deliver H&S training sessions


About Your Benefits
We offer a competitive tax-free salary along with medical coverage, flight allowance, and tuition fee concession.
About GEMS

Trusted for over 60 years and now a third generation education family, GEMS Education began in a single school room in Dubai. Today, we have the privilege of educating over 170,000 students from over 176 countries through GEMS owned and managed schools globally; over 270,000 students access resources through our services division.


About Application Process

If you meet the criteria and you are enthusiastic about the role, we would welcome your application.

To complete the application you would need the following document(s):

1. Resume/CV
2. Passport-size photograph

In line with the UAE's Emiratisation goals, GEMS welcomes and encourages applications from UAE nationals to join our fast-growing team.

Important Note : GEMS Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all of its students. Applicants will be required to submit a current police criminal clearance check or equivalent from their home country or current country of residence prior to appointment.