Deputy Environment Manager

Requisition Number:  12610
Company:  Springfields Fuels Ltd

Preston, LAN, GB, PR4 0XJ

Deputy Environment Manager


Reporting to the Environment Manager the successful candidate will provide environmental support and advice to the environmental team, operational plants and other internal disciplines.  


Your Day to Day: 
•    ensuring compliance with the sites environmental permits issued under the Environmental Permitting Regulations and other legislative requirements.
•    deputise for the Environment Manager when required.
•    developing and implementing environmental strategies and action plans to meet the sites sustainability goals and maintain ISO 14001 accreditation.
•    auditing, analysing and reporting environmental performance to internal and external customers, parent company and regulatory bodies.
•    liaising and supporting technical discussions with a wide range of stakeholders including regulators, local authorities, customers and operational plants.
•    carrying out impact assessments to identify, assess and reduce the organisation's environmental risks.
•    promoting and raising awareness, at all levels of an organisation in environmental issues and responsibilities.
•    writing a variety of environmental assessments and reports including BAT assessments, environmental risk assessments, and improvement programme reports.
•    keeping up to date with regulation, legislation, and industry best practice
•    Participate in the emergency response program which involves taking part in emergency exercises.
•    Preparation, review and approval of environmental documentation relevant to the role (including instructions, training packages, plant modification proposals).

To be successful in the role we are looking for Candidates with the following requirements: 
•    MSc or BSc (Hons) in environmental science, natural sciences or other science discipline.
•    Demonstrable post-qualified experience in environmental management or environmental consultancy ideally within the nuclear industry.
•    Full or Associate membership of the Institute of Environmental management and Assessment (IEMA) or an equivalent professional organisation would be beneficial
•    Good understanding of the Environmental Permitting Regulations and associated permit requirements/ conditions.
•    Demonstrable track record of delivering projects within the scope of environmental permitting regulations.
•    An appreciation of other key environmental legislation relevant to the nuclear / chemical industry such as COMAH, Emissions Trading Scheme, ESOS and ozone depleting substances regulations
•    Proficiency in the authorship and production of technical documentation
•    Strong numeracy, written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work within a multidisciplinary team.
•     Able to manage own workload and be able to multi-task and work under pressure.

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