Burton Recruiting

Contact: Mr Mark Burton

180 Piccadilly
St James's
London
W1J 9HF
United Kingdom

Tel: 0208 012 8199

About Burton Recruiting

Managed by Mark Burton, the UK's most experienced health and safety recruiter.

Specialising in health and safety recruitment, we help committed clients to find the right health and safety professional.

Whether you're looking to fill a role or to progress your career, use our market knowledge, vast experience and highly developed network to get the right result.

Call us on 0208 012 8199 or email mark@burtonrecruiting.co.uk

6 jobs with Burton Recruiting

  • Health and Safety Consultant

    • South East England
    • £43k + Car Allowance + Benefits
    • Burton Recruiting

    We're looking for professionals who are at least Grad IOSH with experience in industry who live in the South of England.

  • Health and Safety Consultant

    • London (Greater)
    • £30-35k + Car Allowance + Benefits
    • Burton Recruiting

    Interested in a hands-on role, working with a small independent consultancy? Something where you’ll be able to build on your experience, working on...

  • Trainer

    • Scotland
    • £300-350 per day
    • Burton Recruiting

    I'm working with a very well-established health and safety consultancy that predominantly supports clients in the manufacturing and engineering ind...

  • Health and Safety Consultant - London

    • London (Greater)
    • £35k + Car Allowance + Benefits
    • Burton Recruiting

    This is a great opportunity to join a small, growing consultancy and make a real impact. You'll work directly with the owner, developing your healt...

  • Health and Safety Adviser - London

    • London (Greater)
    • £45k + package
    • Burton Recruiting

    Health and Safety Adviser - London £45k + Package   Health and Safety should be fun, shouldn’t it? Something that people find interesting, relevan...

  • Health and Safety Adviser

    • London
    • £45k + Excellent Benefits
    • Burton Recruiting

    Health and Safety should be fun? If you agree and you can explain how you’ve applied that approach in a big organisation, I’d love to hear from you.