Jackson Hogg are proudly supporting an exclusive client in the Newcastle area with their appointment of an EHS Manager.
This is a new role and an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to utilise their experience and really establish the role as their own.
- Health & Hygiene Monitoring
- Monitor, test and review results and provide reports to Management and third parties.
- To ensure the site is operating in a safe and legal manner from an environmental perspective.
- Oversee the storage and transport of hazardous material across the facility.
- To monitor effectiveness of risk management and legal compliance through the application of good environmental and safety practices across site.
- Carry out impact assessments to identify, assess and reduce the sites environmental risks and financial costs.
- Environmental permit and associated reporting.
- Keeping up to date with changes in environmental legislation and initiatives.
- Continuously improve the Environmental Processes
- Support reporting to Senior Management as appropriate with regard to compliance monitoring and environmental performance issues.
- Assist in the review, track and drive close out of rectification plans arising from internal or external audit or compliance review process
- Continuous improvement of the management of Environmental Management systems and processes within an operational clean room environment.
- Conduct effective investigations of environmental accidents and incidents to prevent reoccurrence.
- Leading and driving forward, establishing and implementing new environmental management systems or re-design.
- Liaising with internal and external stakeholders, including assessment bodies on all areas of quality and compliance.
- Conducting audits and hosting external auditors.
- An understanding of how the sites procedures relate in the larger regulatory
- environment and an ability to place them in context.
- Ensure ISO standards are adhered to with a view to improving current processes.
- The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about establishing this new role
- 3 – 5 years in a Environmental Compliance Officer role, ideally at operational level
- Experience of working with hazardous chemicals
- Proven analytical and problem-solving skills
- Good interaction and communications between different peer groups
- Computer literate (Microsoft Office)
- Relevant and demonstrable experience and understanding of practical application of operations in the pharmaceutical, chemical manufacturing or process industry.
- Solid understanding of Environmental & Safety Management Systems
- Positive, proactive attitude towards the role and the organisation.