Buckingham Palace seeking health and safety advisor

The Royal Family has advertised for an health and safety advisor to work at Buckingham Palace

The Queen and her family are looking for a health and safety advisor to join the Buckingham Palace team with a starting salary of £25,000 plus benefits.

The Master of the Household’s Office has published an advertisement for the position and only those with relevant health and safety qualifications are advised to apply for the job.

If you have a NEBOSH General Certificate, or an equivalent health and safety qualification, you could successfully be employed within the Royal Household, in the form of an advisor.

Buckingham Palace looking for a new health and safety advisor

Buckingham Palace, London

The duties of a Buckingham Palace health and safety advisor include ensuring the general safety and security of the Royal Family, their guests and visitors, and the Royal Household staff. The advertisement states that the successful applicant will be responsible for carrying out risk assessments, workplace inspections, and the logging of health and safety incidents.

According to the job specifications, applicants must have previous relevant experience and will be required to work with Royal Household departments to support “a culture of Health and Safety”.

The advertisements reads: “You’re a logical and innovative problem solver too, able to suggest pragmatic solutions and keep calm under pressure. With a naturally collaborative approach, you can quickly build positive relationships with colleagues and external contractors alike.”

The position is for thirty-seven-and-a-half-hours per week, working Monday to Friday, and with a starting salary of £25,000 and a comprehensive benefits package. The winning candidate will receive 33 days holiday per year and pay into a 15 per cent employer contribution pension scheme.

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