We have a genuinely exciting maternity cover opportunity, for a proactive person who is passionate about the environment, to work on our unique and diverse site driving environmental change.
At Heathcoat Fabrics we strive to be bold and dynamic in everything we do. We are ambitious and not afraid to experiment and push boundaries within our industry. Our highly specialist products are manufactured for use in the Automotive, Healthcare, Defence and Aerospace industries, to name a few, and we rely on the creativity, skill and dedication of our people to contribute to some of the most innovative fabric making projects in the world. We are committed to ensuring our people have the skills and confidence to excel in their field and provide opportunities for progression at all levels.
Our Environment Manager is responsible for supporting the Quality, Health & Safety and Environment Director in ensuring the site is compliant with UK legislation, environmental permitting regulations and ISO14001 accreditation while also receiving, recording and dealing with third party environment-related communications with regulators and stakeholders. The successful candidate will liaise with all levels of employees across the business on environmental matters to ensure consistent application and understanding of policies and procedures, delivering training to include inductions for all personnel, environmental awareness courses and toolbox talks and training for those with specific environmental responsibilities.
Our Environment Manager is responsible for the management of waste contractors ensuring the waste hierarchy is applied, and management of environmental monitoring as required by EPR including analysis and interpretation of monitoring results and actions. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a strong ability to analyse complex qualitative and quantitative environment and sustainability data, draw robust conclusions and report these accurately and meaningfully. Our Environment Manager manages the Site Emergency Response Team, to enable them to promptly address environmental incidents, to identify root causes, corrective and preventative actions needed.
Training and development opportunities available
Note – this opportunity is to cover a period of maternity leave expected to last 12 months
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