Careers

Join our fun, friendly and passionate team here at SMAS Worksafe!

Are you looking for the next step in your career? SMAS Worksafe are a leading company in our field of work, we have 000’s of members and clients that renew with us every year, why? Because of the great service our people continue to provide. Friendly, professional and supportive check out our current opportunities below. 

But what makes SMAS Worksafe a great place to work? Here are some of the benefits we think you’ll like if you work with us:

‣ 22 days holiday, plus bank holidays and your birthday off
‣ Cycle to work scheme
‣ Eyecare
‣ Pension scheme
‣ An additional paid weeks’ leave if you’re getting married
‣ Incentives
‣ Colleague awards
‣ And finally staff parties! 

At this time we’re currently on a COVID working schedule. This mean’s we’re offering remote working for some roles, whilst others will allow for time at home and in the office. 

Our current vacancies

For membership positions, please send your CV to ricky.couling@smasltd.com.

What some of our staff say

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Rob Bone

Marketing Assistant

For you, what’s the best thing about working at SMAS Worksafe?

The ability to develop and the positive atmosphere around the business. They are always keen to let me learn new skills and try new things, which is great for a marketing role. There is also always a great sense of positivity and teamwork in the office.


Funniest person at SMAS Worksafe?

Me without a doubt, although a few of the assessors do have their moments.


Is there a particular project or a SMAS Worksafe highlight that you’re especially proud of?

I think the growth we’ve seen since I’ve arrived has been amazing. As the marketing department is only two people, increasing the traffic we’re getting amid a pandemic has been a good achievement.

 

What have you been doing to stay sane during the COVID lockdowns? Any new hobbies?

The launch of the PS5 and new FIFA towards the backend of 2020 was refreshing, I’ve also gone from someone who didn’t count a single step to trying to hit 10,000 every day, it’s meant for a few late laps of the living room!


It’s your round and you can order any drink yo
u want, what do you order?

It depends on the time and scenario, if we’re early in the night, then a nice cold Thatchers is always welcome, if we’re out out then perhaps a few Jager bombs.


You can invite one person to dinner, who would you choose? (dead or alive)

I think it would have to be Sir Alex Ferguson, as a United fan I’d love to pick his brains and know about his views on the players he coached, ones he’d have liked to coach etc. It would need to be at least 3 courses I think!

 

Favourite, weird food combination?

Pasta and gravy, it sounds odd but give it a whirl.

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Tammy Keighery

Office Manager

For you, what’s the best thing about working at SMAS Worksafe?

From my first day, I felt like I was walking in to a family party. Everyone chatting to one another and including me in conversations as though we had known each other for years. That friendly, inviting community makes a journey in to the office an exciting experience rather than the Monday morning dread. The team at all levels want to support your development and help you achieve. Im not just an employee with an employee number, Im valued as a member of the SMAS family


Funniest person at SMAS Worksafe?

Katie – she has a kind, observational humour who started with the  banter across email before we had even met (Mainly because I kept forgetting to include the report in an attachment for her – I have now learnt my lesson!)


Is there a particular project or a SMAS Worksafe highlight that you’re especially proud of?

Our internal newsletter issued each month. This took me out of my comfort zone as I had never done anything like it before, and forced me to speak to other departments, and to individuals who I had not met and encourage them to get involved with the content.

 

What have you been doing to stay sane during the COVID lockdowns? Any new hobbies?

I am a morris dancer and folk musician, playing primarily melodeon, violin and recorders (although I do own and play more instruments) and in normal times I would be travelling in my converted ambulance at the weekends to folk festivals across the country to perform. Lockdown has meant playing more at home and attending virtual folk festivals, zoom parties, events and gigs but I am looking forward to getting back to playing properly with others


It’s your round and you can order any drink yo
u want, what do you order?

Pink Gin Fizz – Rhubarb gin, prosecco, sugar syrup, lemon juice, lots of ice and a slice of lemon. Preferably while sat outside in the sunshine


You can invite one person to dinner, who would you choose? (dead or alive)

Bonnie Langford. I have met her a number of times in London when we both performed on the west end stages, but due to our rehearsal commitments, we were never able to chat. Id love to hear from her on a 1-2-1 level and discuss our experiences of dancing and pick up some extra tips and tricks from her. I don’t think we would be able to sit still though, we would be dancing around whatever room we were in.