As an EHS Manager you will manage the Environment, Health and Safety Function sitewide, ensuring compliance with all regulatory legislation and global requirements, and to represent and/or participate in Global EHS activities as appropriate.
You will work with the local Global Product Supply organisation in Dublin to ensure optimal EHS procedures and systems are in place.
- Overhead budget and capital budget preparation and control
- Manpower planning, training, and staff development
- Participation in relevant local Management meetings/forums
- Lead and participate in site improvement initiatives including LEAN – focusing on system improvements, and waste reduction, including energy/water saving.
- The EHS Manager will be a business partner to the other members of the Management Team and will share responsibility for the delivery of the site goals and targets.
- Ensure that necessary human and technical resources are in place to provide an efficient and effective EHS service to the business units and other site operations.
- You will be responsible to recruit and train staff when appropriate. You will also be responsible for performance management of your direct reports.
- Regular communication of EHS issues, performance, and awareness to staff (e.g. GEMBA meetings, Management Meetings, Core Briefs, All in Dublin Meetings etc.).
- Pro-actively driving improved safety culture on site through training, awareness, and communication.
- Monitor and facilitate local safety team meetings and provide EHS technical support to business units as required.
Environment, Health and Safety in Dublin
- Management of the company’s EHS programme ensuring site-wide compliance with EHS legislation
- Establishing and achieving goals and objectives for the Department
- Promote a culture on-site to make employees more aware of their joint responsibility in achieving health and safety
- Promote environmental culture improvements in relation to energy, water, and waste reduction site-wide, and create increased awareness of regulatory requirements through training and presentations.
- Third level qualification Degree (or higher) in Engineering or Science and/or relevant qualifications in Environment, Health and Safety.
- Meet the “competent person” requirements as detailed in the H&S legislation
- in depth knowledge of the HSE legal and regulatory aspects
- A minimum of five years’ experience in a EHS Management role in a multi-national manufacturing organisation is essential.
- Excellent communication skills at organisation, team and individual level.
- Must have excellent written & verbal skills
Full details available, contact Tina or Ciara at +353 1 2784701 or email email@example.com
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