Welcome to Attwood Baker

Formed eight years ago, Attwood Baker is proud to be the only HSEQ recruitment consultancy that specialises purely in the Construction industry. This focus is crucial in our expert industry knowledge – Why be broad brush when you can be a specialist?

The other result of our specialisation is to enable us to build and maintain long term relationships with clients and candidates in this very exciting sector. We're here for the long haul.

Our team has over 20 years specialist knowledge in this sector.

So, if you're involved in an HSEQ role in any aspect of the Construction industry - whether that be Civils, Building, Housebuilding, FM, Utilities or M&E, we should talk!



If you're looking to progress your career in health and safety, you've come to the right place. We try to meet our clients and candidates whenever possible to build up the fullest picture of their exact requirements.

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Whether you wish to register a new role with us, get advice on market conditions or need help with a salary survey, we are here to assist. Visit our Employers page for more information on how to get in touch with us.

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Latest Jobs

Safety Advisor

Location: Scotland (Scotland)
View details / apply Salary & benefits: mid 30's &car allowance

Environmental Advisor

Location: London/SE (London)
View details / apply Salary & benefits: to 30K & benefits

Senior Project Safety Manager

Location: London/SE (Central London)
View details / apply Salary & benefits: circa 80-85K & car and range of benefits

Safety Advisor

Location: Scotland (Scotland)
View details / apply Salary & benefits: TBC
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