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Environmental & Waste Advisor

Job Description

Job Title
Environmental & Waste Advisor

Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire with occasional travel.

Salary / Benefits
Negotiable dependant on experience plus car / car allowance & package

Experience/Skills/Qualifications/Personal Attributes

- Technically Competent Manager in WAMITAB/EPOC.
- Lead Auditor Qualification in ISO14001.
- Demonstrable Environmental experience in a construction environment as large sub-contractor or principal contractor within a specialist construction industry.
- Working knowledge and experience in facilitating development of Integrated Management Systems.
- CSCS Card Holder.
- IT literate, Excel, Word, Visio, PowerPoint, SharePoint.
- Member of IEMA.


- Affiliate Member of IEMA.
- IEMA Accredited Certificate in Environmental Management.
- Practitioner Member of IEMA.
- Experience within Construction or Civil Engineering industries.

Key accountabilities

- To ensure that an effective customer focused Environment and Sustainability Service is provided to major project delivery teams.
- To assist in the delivery of the site inspection and audit programme for major projects in accordance with client and JV requirements.
- To write Deployment Applications for Bespoke Mobile Plant Permits as required.
- To assist sites to comply with their Deployment Applications Permit and to be on site 20% of the operational time. Reporting and liaising with the Environment Agency as required.
- To report to the Environment Agency, on a quarterly basis, BKJV's waste returns.
- To carry out external supply chain audits, produce reports with recommendations for improvement.
- To be aware of and ensure compliance with all relevant Environmental regulatory, contractual and company requirements.
- To assist in the preparation and regular review of registers of legislation and standards, health and safety risk assessments, environmental aspects, and work instructions.
- To provide support and advice to personnel related to the prevention of accidents, fire, the environment, and sustainability.
- To ensure that all reported Incidents and non-conformities are recorded, investigated, and analysed.
- Ensure that all reportable incidents have been notified to the Enforcing Authority in accordance with legislation.
- Facilitate or lead specialist risk assessment and advise on control measures for risk control reduction and ensuring safe systems of work are documented.
- To assist in the development of behaviours within the business that support business SHWEQ Initiatives and enhance a positive and continuously improving work ethic.
- To encourage staff to report hazards and raise environment and sustainability concerns.
- To provide support to the SHWEQ Manager and major project teams in second- and third-party certification assessments and audits.
- To lead and participate in SHWEQ business Improvement projects.

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