As a leading health and safety training and consultancy provider, we are dedicated to providing a first class service to our clients. As such, each of our employees are handpicked to ensure they can add value to our team with relevant experience.

At Phoenix HSC, we take immense pride in fostering a positive work environment that caters to both the professional and personal growth of our team members. Our impressive employment satisfaction index score of 86% reflects our commitment to employee well-being and the overall job satisfaction experienced at our Company, with 89% of respondents reporting that they would recommend Phoenix as a great place to work.

Joining the Phoenix family means becoming part of a thriving work culture that values engagement, innovation, and collaboration, all while working alongside passionate and supportive colleagues. Don't miss the opportunity to embark on a fulfilling career with us!

If you would like to apply for any of the roles below, please send your CV to [email protected]

Phoenix Health & Safety is currently recruiting for the following vacancies:

Development Trainer

Phoenix HSC, a leading health and safety training company, operating nationwide, are seeking a passionate and dedicated health and safety professional to join our team as a Development Trainer.

Your role as a Development Trainer will be to deliver captivating IOSH courses whilst building your experience and skillset up with the guidance of Phoenix. To be successful in this role, you will need a desire to want to help bring out the best in others, as well as wanting to continually challenge yourself by training for new qualifications.

Must haves to apply for this role:

TechIOSH status proudly shining on your CV

  • A minimum of 2 years‘ experience within the health and safety industry

  • A minimum of 2 years’ training experience within the health and safety space (a track record of delivering bespoke/short health and safety courses, such as DSE, risk assessment, etc.)

  • A recognised adult training qualification (Level 3 PTLLS, Level 3 AET, or IOSH Train the Trainer)

  • A hunger to step up your game and join the big leagues, delivering IOSH and eventually NEBOSH courses

Expected Duties:

  • Deliver engaging courses via face-to-face classroom courses and online virtual training

  • Provide continued evaluation, support, and coaching for all learners

  • Commit to staying up to date with any industry changes or updates

  • Commitment to developing your skillset by studying for new qualifications provided by Phoenix

This is more than a job, it's a fast-track ticket to the top by providing you with the opportunity to step into the big leagues and raise the bar on health and safety training. Phoenix HSC is your platform to shine. Time to show the world what you are made of.

Ready to ignite your career with Phoenix HSC? Apply now and join us as we continue to take health and safety training to new, unprecedented heights!

We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

Health & Safety NVQ Manager

As the Health & Safety NVQ Manager, it will be your responsibility to guide and support learners working towards their Level 6 NVQ in Occupational Health and Safety. This will involve evaluating learners’ competencies in their workplace, managing assessments, and providing valuable feedback.

The successful candidate will be responsible for expanding our NVQ offerings and subsequently cultivate and lead a team of accomplished NVQ assessors. This role is pivotal in maintaining Phoenix HSC’s reputation as a leading provider of health and safety training.

Key responsibilities:

  • Manage a caseload of learners working towards their NVQ Level 6 in Occupational Health and Safety, ensuring they receive regular and effective support throughout their qualification journey.

  • Oversee and conduct assessments of learners’ practical skills and theoretical knowledge in the realm of health and safety.

  • Utilise a range of assessment methods, including direct observation, professional discussions, witness testimonials and learners’ reflections.

  • Provide constructive feedback and guidance to learners, helping them improve their health and safety competencies.

  • Create individual learning plans and revise them according to the learners’ progress and changing needs.

  • Ensure all assessment activities are fully compliant with Phoenix HSC quality assurance processes and the requirements of the relevant regulatory bodies.

  • Maintain accurate and timely records of assessment activities, learners’ progress and the evidence gathered.

  • Support the development of new training materials and methodologies to keep abreast of best practices in health and safety education.

  • Managing a team of assessors, including leading/supporting the recruitment and selection process.

  • Collaborate with fellow assessors, tutors, and management to ensure the continuous improvement of the NVQ programme.

  • Manage and maintain accreditation with Phoenix’s NVQ awarding body.


  • GradIOSH status or ability to gain upon joining

  • Certified NVQ level 6 in Occupational Health and Safety or equivalent

  • Assessor qualification (D32/33, A1, TAQA or L3 Award in Assessing Work based Competence)

  • IQA qualification (D34, V1 or L4 Award in Internal Quality assurance)

  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in the health and safety sector, preferably within a relevant management role.

  • Previous experience in NVQ Assessment

  • In-depth understanding of the NVQ assessment process

  • Experience of being an NVQ Centre-Coordinator

  • Excellent communication, coaching and mentoring skills

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and virtual learning platforms

We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent contract

Start date: ASAP

Schedule: 8-hour shift 

Day shift: Monday to Friday. No weekends!

If this role is of interest to you, please send your CV to [email protected]

Health and Safety Trainer and Consultant

Phoenix Health & Safety is one of the leading providers of Health and Safety training in the UK and South Africa. We provide classroom, e-learning and in-house training to individuals and businesses across every sector of the economies that we operate in.

Established in 2005, we are privately owned with a supportive Venture Capital partner. We have an ambitious but achievable growth plan for the next three years, that will see us expand our operations across Africa and the Middle East.

As a NEBOSH Gold Partner, with a strong customer rating who takes pride in the satisfaction our clients get from the delivery of quality and engaging training, we are now looking to expand our in-house training and consultancy team to work with our diverse customers.

We have a strong tradition of being innovative in our delivery, ensuring our training team are among the best qualified and developed in the industry.

As a trainer you will deliver IOSH, NEBOSH and other health and safety related courses in a variety of settings – in classroom, clients' premises, and virtually.

As a trainer, you will:

  • ·Deliver accredited and bespoke health and safety training, ensuring performance and quality targets are achieved

  • ·Mark assessments from training, as required

  • ·Perform NEBOSH Open Book Exam Closing Interviews

  • ·Complete accurate and timely paperwork and reports as required by Phoenix

  • ·Assist with the development of new training materials

  • ·Participate in moderation and quality checks of training delivery

As a consultant, you will:

  • Visit clients to assess their needs, provide advice and assistance on occupational health and safety

  • Conduct consultancy work including audits, risk assessments and inspections as required

  • Provide sound written advice and interpretations on occupational health and safety law and best practice issues

  • Prepare and proofread any required health and safety documentation

  • Build and maintain excellent client relationships, seeking new business opportunities where appropriate

We would be looking for you to have the following level of accreditation or experience:

  • CMIOSH, or working towards

  • Experienced in delivering IOSH, NEBOSH and/or CITB awards

  • In possession of a training qualification (such as PTLLS)

  • Ideally have consultancy experience

  • First class attitude in dealing with students, clients and colleagues

This role will require a need for travel and overnight stays. Regardless of where you are based, there’s always the need for flexibility, as you may work across the UK or internationally if you are willing. We have a geographically diverse team and aim to ensure that work is within a commutable distance for the team, but this is not always the case.

We are looking for people who are comfortable working remotely.

While we are interested in talking to people across the UK, we have an immediate focus in the Midlands and Greater London area.

We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

Work Remotely

  • Yes

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent


  • Work from home


  • 8 hour shift

  • Day shift

  • Monday to Friday

No weekends

Self Employed Exam Invigilator

For the role of Self-Employed Exam Invigilator, you will conduct closing interviews with our students. During this interview, you will lead a discussion which will provide assurance that the assessments submitted by the learner is their own original work, which they have produced without any improper assistance. 

You do not need to have experience within the Health and Safety sector to be considered for this role, however, you will need to be comfortable asking questions in a formal setting and asking probing questions so experience in interviewing is essential.  

Requirements for the role:  

  • Experience in Interviewing

  • Experience in teaching/assessing (advantageous but not essential)

  • Interpersonal skills to provide assurance to learners 

  • Competent in using a computer 

  • Use of own Laptop/Computer and internet  

  • Experience using Zoom and Microsoft Teams  

  • Ability to take accurate notes during interviews  

If this role is of interest to you, please send your CV to [email protected]  

Associate Trainers/Consultants

We are always looking for high quality trainers and consultants to supplement our existing team. We are seeking people who meet the following criteria:

  • GradIOSH or above

  • Consultancy experience

  • Experience of delivering IOSH, NEBOSH and/or CITB awards

  • A training qualification (such as PTLLS or IOSH Train the Trainer)

  • First class attitude in dealing with clients, colleagues and delegates

If you meet these standards, then please send us your CV, with an indication of your location and your required day rate, to [email protected].

Please call us on 0345 5008811 or email us at [email protected] to register your interest.