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If you share our values and think you would be a good fit for Santia, send your CV and a covering email to: HRAdmin@santia.co.uk

Alternatively, apply for one of our vacancies listed below.

July 2017 – Our Midlands team enjoying a day of paintballing

Our people deliver quality

As a service sector business people are at the heart of everything we do. Santia has always believed that we can only deliver a quality service to our customers by recruiting a team who display the right ‘aptitude’ and ‘attitude’. We invest heavily in finding and recruiting the best people, a policy which resulted in the acquisition of First Order Red Ltd in 2013.

Our people and their personal values are key to the success of our company vision. Our people have the capability, skills and desire to reliably follow our internal processes and procedures as governed by our accreditations. This combination of factors results in the delivery of true quality by a team that is committed and passionate about delivering an outstanding level of service to our customers, every day.

To enable Santia to maintain this standard of service, we are committed to building and investing in our service delivery teams. As a result, we have a strong measurable focus on continued professional development for each and every team member, many of whom have flourished during their career at Santia over many years.

Why join Santia?

The asbestos industry is challenging, whether it’s wearing a respirator, crawling through a confined space or managing multiple deadlines. That’s why we aspire to make Santia a fun place to work– especially for those don’t come into one of our offices regularly. In addition to remuneration, a key focus is regular communication and bringing our people together.

Each of our four geographical regions meet on a monthly basis and have regular contact with their Manager. Annual ‘Roadshows’ are held by the Board to brief our teams on business performance and strategy, changes in the industry and to seek feedback. Our people are treated as individuals and all feedback is valued. We have a strong social culture and enjoy regular team building days and social events. Our social media activity helps to instil a sense of team online.

We believe we pay fairly and above industry standards, and offer a number of other benefits relevant to your role:

  • Training and development
  • Company vehicle
  • Medical cover
  • Pension
  • Uniform
  • Dress down Friday
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Bonus scheme
  • Additional holidays awarded for long service (3 years plus).

Not to be underestimated are the non-financial benefits such as flexibility and the opportunity to work from home. This not only reduces travel time and our impact on the environment but also maximises your personal and family time.


Asbestos Consultants (Nationwide Opportunities)

We are seeking experienced asbestos consultants with excellent communication skills, keen eye for detail and a positive attitudes to join our asbestos consultancy team. We have opportunities available in a number or regions nationwide.

The successful applicants will need to be able to carry out a full range of consultancy services, to include all types of survey, supervision of removal contracts and associated clearance work, preparation and technical review of reports.

The consultant must have demonstrable experience within the asbestos field.

Reporting to the Operations Manager, the roles available are full time positions which support our national operations.

Current recognised qualifications which will be accepted include;

  • P402, P403 & P404
  • BOHS Certificate of Competence in Asbestos (CoCA/CCP)
  • The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) Level 3 Certificate in Asbestos Inspection Surveying & RSPH Level 3 Certificate for Asbestos Air Monitoring Analysts

The key responsibilities of the consultant will include, but not be limited to the following:

  • Asbestos surveys
  • Bulk sampling and assessment
  • Statutory re-inspection
  • Airborne fibre monitoring, fibre counting and clearance works
  • High level consultancy, client advice on managing asbestos in estates and properties
  • Maintaining skills sets on the asbestos skills matrix
  • Ensure that all asbestos related work is carried out in accordance with company Asbestos Quality and Procedures Manual (AQPM) and associated documentation.
  • To ensure the technical compliance of all work that is carried out and to liaise closely with the Technical Director, Technical Manager, Quality Manager and Technical Auditors.
  • To comply with the Company General Quality Procedures with support from the Quality Manager.
  • To provide quality services and information to clients, must have knowledge of all current Asbestos, health and safety and CDM regulations.
  • Attend operational team meetings as and when required.
  • Ensure that reports are completed in accordance with timescales set and to the required standard.
  • Ensure that the duties of the Site Laboratory UQM are implemented as required.
  • Participate in the internal and external audit programme for fibre counting, bulk sampling (if approved), surveying and airborne fibre monitoring as required.
  • Compile recommendations and technically review reports as necessary.
  • To be alert to business opportunities and promote the services of the group, identify inter-company sales opportunities and pass leads
  • Implementation and monitoring of safety procedures and statutory safety requirements on the sites to which you control.
  • Provide technical advice as and when required
  • Attend training courses as and when required
  • Prepare health and safety risk assessment and ensure project staff adhere to the assessment.
  • To carry out any other duties required as part of the overall strategy to achieve the company’s objectives.

If you would like to join a fast growing and ambitious organisation and believe you have the skills and attributes we are looking for, please apply with a CV and covering letter for consideration. It should be noted that applications received without either a covering letter or CV being included will be rejected.

Job Type: Full-time

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P403 and P404 Qualified Analyst

We are looking for a fully qualified (P403 and P404) asbestos analyst for an on-going contract working on the decommissioning of a nuclear power plant in Dorset.

We are seeking an individual with excellent communication skills, a keen eye for detail and a positive attitude to join our asbestos management team.

Reporting to the Operations Manager, this role is a full-time position with an excellent package with company car and benefits.

If you would like to join a fast growing and ambitious organisation and believe you have the skills and attributes we are looking for, please apply with a CV and covering letter for consideration. It should be noted that applications received without either a covering letter or CV being included will be rejected.

Ideally the candidate will be educated to GCSE level or equivalent, have previous analytical experience on a range of sites, good IT skills and the ability to interact confidently at all levels.

Job Type: Full-time

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