£50,000 - £60,000
Cramlington, Northumberland
Bonus + Excellent Company Benefits Scheme

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities


  • To identify and manage critical process safety information.
  • Establish a process safety training programme.
  • Audit and improve key safety systems.
  • Coordinate internal Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) and Hazard and Operability studies (HAZOP) and lead them on small projects/changes.
  • Manage external specialist process safety consultants as required.
  • Co-ordinate the Management of Change system




  • Practical experience in a production/manufacturing environment (not necessarily power-related).
  • Process Hazard Analysis (PHA)
  • Hazard and Operability Studies (HAZOP)
  • Accident Investigations
  • Root Cause Analysis (RCA, FMEA etc)
  • Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
  • Management of Change (MOC)
  • Functional safety (SIL determination and maintenance)
  • Experience with PSSR (Pressure Systems Safety Regulations) and /or High Voltage systems
  • Experience with safe systems of work (e.g., Permit to work, hot work, confined space)
  • Experience in scoping work, selecting and managing specialist consultants and contractors
  • Process safety design experience (small or large capital projects)
  • Experience in COMAH or equivalent high hazard operation.
  • Experience in DCS and PLC alarm management (EEMUA 191 implementation and review)



  • Human Factors training/practical experience (desirable)
  • Track record of successful safe system of work system change – e.g., implementing new Permit to Work or Management of Change system.



  • Degree qualified in a relevant subject; ideally chemical or control and instrumentation engineering, or similar discipline.
  • Chartered status, or actively working towards Chartership
  • Human Factors training/practical experience (desirable)



  • Systematic, numerate, rigorous, data driven
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Team management skills (desirable)
  • Aspires to progress to a senior leadership role (desirable)


Health & Safety

  • Exercise a duty of care for yourself and others and work within the standards, systems and processes for safety and environment set by the business;
  • Always follow company policies and procedures;
  • Report any apparent deficiencies in systems of work or equipment provided that may result in failure of service delivery or risk to health and safety or the environment;
  • Use all work equipment and personal PPE properly and in accordance with training received;
  • Report any issues or training needs to your Line manager;

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