Lead Site Chemist (waste management & recycling)

Undisclosed Company
Merseyside, Liverpool
£25000 - £27000 per annum
09 Feb 2019
23 Feb 2019
Manpower UK
Job Type

Lead Site Chemist - Waste Management, Recycling, Safe Destruction & Environmental

My Client is a global leader in waste management, environmental protection, collection, recycling & secure destruction - with a diverse selection of capabilities for refuse & its end use. I am currently looking to engage a Lead Site Chemist for a site on the outskirts of Liverpool, this is a great time to join the business as they are going through some big changes & growth.

  • As a Lead Site Chemist you will be responsible for the assurance of in-coming waste loads are receipted in line with BMS procedures.
  • You will ensure that the day's paperwork is scanned by close of business each day.
  • Waste load routing, preparation and dispatch is completed to BMS standards, in a timely manner, to plan and correctly to avoid any non-conformance from receipting sites.
  • You will also provide a technical management service to assist the Shift Manager

Your main areas of responsibility will be:

  • Support and control the site's analytic testing and assessment requirements including all EA/UU technical issues.
  • Ensure acceptance and dispatch operations are in line with the company's BMS, ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001 systems.
  • Identification and report on opportunities and trends in the site's technical control/analysis systems, so that the Company can effectively develop its continuous improvement programme.
  • You will raise non-conformance's on any incoming loads in line with BMS procedures immediately
  • Generation of load/dispatch paper-work in line with company & legislative requirements.
  • You will also support, coach, train the junior Site Chemists to ensure outgoing exceeds incoming
  • Maintenance of effective record keeping and documentation, to include the running of the sites stock control system, production records and in-process records.
  • You will fully co-operate with colleagues in order to support the Company's efforts in growth.

Additional elements of the role:

  • You will be responsible for the maintenance & continuous improvement of the services provided.
  • Always adhering to company Health & Safety policy & that of the Health & Safety at Work act (1974) - ensuring all incidents are reported & the relevant risk assessments are regularly reviewed
  • It is essential that changes in regulation & legislation are closely monitored & addressed; therefore you will attend, & deliver regular training to ensure that you & colleagues are kept up to date with all necessary knowledge bases.

This is an excellent opportunity to be involved in the business, with an eye on the carbon footprint & our future, you can make a difference.

Click apply, or give me call to discuss Jayne 07484044731

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