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Environmental & Industrial Risk Manager

Employer
SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK
Location
Manchester
Salary
£47,689
Closing date
12 Jun 2024

Job Details

Are you an experienced Environment Risk Manager ready to lead the charge? As our Environmental Risk Manager, you'll be the linchpin in ensuring our operations meet the highest standards for sustainability, legal compliance, and ISO certifications. Let's make a difference together.

In a return we offer salary of £47,689 plus up to 10% bonus (~ £4,768), Car Scheme (Company Car or Car Allowance ~ £7,768), Private Healthcare, Company Pension (10% ER), 25 Holiday Days + Bank Holiday, and benefits catalogue.
Total Package at the time of joining up to £60,225.
We'll help you progress and develop yourself further, and will support you with creating a development plan to achieve that.

What will I be doing?

To provide advice, guidance, support, and recommendations to the regional management team and ensure all activities are undertaken in full compliance with Group requirements for environment and industrial risk, sustainable development, environmental permits and legislation, ISO standards with required certifications including:

  • Environment and industrial risk reporting
  • Major risk reporting.
  • Mist 2 Programme (managing industrial safety together).
  • Management of significant non compliances at regional level.
  • Production of monthly report.
  • Assist in the Management and update of the Group IRM -Insurance Risk Management Platform for the UK.
  • Training and briefing of EIR issues across all levels of the business.

What are the requirements?

  • Degree or equivalent in Environmental Sciences.
  • Professional membership of relevant bodies in order to keep up to date with the latest standards.
  • At least five years' knowledge of Management Systems is essential. Environment permits require all activities to be undertaken to ‘best available techniques’ (BAT) and thus the post holder needs to keep abreast of changes within all activities of the industry and to ensure sustained accreditation to ISO 9000, 14000 and 18000 standards.
  • A detailed understanding of project management approaches. The work requires good project management skills to ensure the correct information is provided within the statutory timescales.
  • Knowledge of legal reporting requirements for example waste return, energy efficiency, permit requirements.

Who we are

SUEZ recycling and recovery UK is a forward-thinking company recognised as one of the top places in the UK to work. With over 6,000 members of staff working across a whole range of business areas, our people are the company’s greatest asset, and we are proud to be an Investor in People.

In 2022 we were awarded by Best companies as one of the top 25 companies in the UK for employee engagement. As well as our competitive salaries and benefit packages we are able to offer long-term career development within a friendly and supportive environment. With our collaborative engaging culture, our employees join us and grow with us. We believe creativity, clear communication and our drive for excellence are the keys to our success. We also expect our people to be enthusiastic and responsible. We understand that the richness of the diversity of our employee’s experiences enables us to harness more creativity, innovation, and opportunities.

SUEZ Recycling & Recovery UK is an equal opportunities employer. To find out more or apply, please complete the application form, and attach your CV. If you apply for any of our vacancies and do not receive an automated response within 24 hours of submitting your application, please email us at [email protected]

Job Description

Environment_and_Industrial_Risk_Manager_R_R_November_2022.pdf

Company

We are at the dawn of the resource revolution. Faced with global population growth, increasing urbanisation and climate change, it is essential to radically change how our resources are managed and used.  SUEZ uses innovation and collaboration to implement smart and sustainable resource management solutions: optimising how water is used thanks to information technologies, creating alternative water resources, recycling and recovering energy from waste.

The Group supplies drinking water to 92 million people, provides wastewater treatment services for 65 million people, collects waste from almost 50 million people, recovers 14 million tonnes of waste per year and generates 5,138 GWh of local and renewable energy. 

From the outset, protecting the environment has been at the heart of what we do. Environmental responsibility is embedded in our business model and strategy as we sustain the value of resources, conserve natural capital and enable the low-carbon economy.

Our values – notably, commitment to the environment – underline this. In all our services, we strive to go beyond regulatory compliance by surpassing environmental standards wherever we operate, reducing our resource use and decarbonising our activities.

In the UK, we are investing in new facilities and advancing technologies such as waste gasification, anaerobic digestion and smart management of water networks, including advanced energy software.

The sustainable value we are creating is significant. Over a year, from waste alone, we generate: 

  • 1.7 million megawatt hours of electricity 
  • 71,000 tonnes of compost from green and food waste 
  • 700,000 tonnes of alternative fuels

Our passion for the environment is enacted through our work, but also biodiversity action plans with measures to encourage plant and wildlife at all our sites.

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