Natalie Crockatt
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Natalie Crockatt

Head of HR

About Natalie

​​Natalie has been our Head of HR since May 2022 and leads our HR Framework, ESG strategy and all other things ‘People’.

For 14 years, Natalie has worked in several HR positions in the Waste and Construction industries: Business Partnering, HR System Implementation, HR Shared Services, and Standalone Head of HR.

With a passion for Talent Management and Employer Brand, Natalie is driving growth and achievement against business goals whilst ensuring employee engagement and wellbeing are top of the agenda.

Natalie is an Aylesbury native from school. She decided to take a gap year to live and work in Sydney, Australia. In the end, one year became four, and instead of taking up a place at Liverpool University, she decided to embark on a career in HR.

Sr. Electrical Safety Specialist

$155k - 185k per year


Shirley Parsons is partnered with a globally recognized research institution that is seeking a Sr. Electrical Safety Specialist to join their team in Emeryville, CA. This role will play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and reliability of electrical systems and equipment within the research facilities.The role: Develop and maintain comprehensive electrical safety programs and policies to ensure LO/TO compliance with national and local regulations.Conduct routine inspections and assessments of electrical systems, equipment, and installations to identify potential hazards and recommend corrective actions.Provide training and guidance to employees, researchers, and contractors on electrical safety practices, procedures, and compliance with established protocols.Collaborate with emergency response teams to develop and implement protocols for responding to electrical emergencies and accidents.Maintain accurate records of safety inspections, incident reports, and training records in accordance with institutional and regulatory requirements.Stay updated with relevant codes, standards, and regulations related to electrical safety and ensure compliance within the organization.Perform risk assessments to identify and mitigate electrical hazards, and implement safety measures accordingly.Evaluate the safety of electrical equipment, tools, and devices used in research activities and recommend replacements or upgrades as necessary.Proactively identify opportunities for improvement in electrical safety procedures, equipment, and processes, and work with relevant teams to implement changes. The candidate: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Safety, or a related field. Advanced degrees and certifications are a plus.Minimum of 9 years of experience in electrical safety or a related field, with a strong understanding of electrical codes and standards.Must have a working knowledge of and demonstrated ability to apply OSHA, DOE, NFPA, and IEEE electrical safety requirements.Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with a diverse group of professionals.Strong problem-solving and decision-making abilities.Attention to detail and the ability to work independently and in a team.

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