|Job Ref:||204781232||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Construction||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Birmingham||Address:||Post Code:||B12||Salary:||£45000 - £50000/annum Package||Post Date:||13/10/2016 03:20|
A tier one contractor requires an Environmental Manager to join its team on a permanent basis. |
The project is a JV partner to deliver a smart motorway programme.
This project the M6 motorway between junctions 2 and 4.
Summary of the role as Environmental Advisor:
Reporting to the Director of one or more projects/business unit.
Responsible for taking the lead in creating a culture of best practice environmental performance and excellent standards for project(s).
To initiate and maintain systems to review and monitor compliance with BS EN ISO 14001 and other company/divisional standards.
Considers strategic environmental risks for the project and assess these against the project programme as part of a wider risk review
Helps develop robust and comprehensive mitigation measures to deal with environmental risks, working collaboratively with the production team
Produce, review and update the Project Environmental Management Plan - EMP (and associated plans) on a regular basis
Evaluates the effectiveness of the implementation of the EMP on a regular basis
Produce and communicate environmental risks, control measures and procedures
Ensure that the Project Environmental Management System is implemented and operated on site through a programme of checking and audit. Implements corrective actions and follows up any trends with the Senior Management Team
Collate information from site and use to report on the project(s) environmental performance
Be aware of the company/divisional targets for environmental performance and establish the strategy to achieve them within the business unit or project.
Manage and oversee monitoring equipment, collect, process and interpret data (e.g. water, dust, noise, waste)
Liaises with the community liaison officer and Client's representative regarding complaints from third parties on noise, dust and or other environmental issues. Depending on project specific requirements, takes the lead in implementing a programme of community/stakeholder commitments and implementation plan
Have a detailed knowledge of construction methods, trades, plant, equipment, and practices, and, in particular, the environmental impact associated with each.
Have a practical knowledge of how to adapt construction methods to deliver targets
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Carmichael UK are an equal opportunities employer