We're recruiting!

 

We’re looking for an experienced environment, health and safety officer.

 

The post holder will collate relevant data from the whole glass supply chain on glass production, environment, H&S, consumption and other business data and then convert this to useful information to better inform our decision making, prioritisation of work and enable evidence-based discussions with policy and decision makers.

 

Main responsibilities will include:

  • providing general support to the EHS team including data analysis
  • assisting with a wide range of administrative functions, such as managing contacts, organising meetings and events, taking minutes, proof reading, filing etc.
  • implementing and maintaining a robust data and information storage system
  • working with confidential and sensitive data and anonymising where necessary
  • collecting identified and required data
  • building and maintaining relationships with customers and external agencies to collect appropriate data
  • verifying and checking of data to ensure it is robust, reliable and current
  • data manipulation, modelling and conversion to valuable information
  • providing evidence in the form of data and information to support reports, position papers and consultation responses
  • undertaking financial impact assessments
  • quantifying how trends and future changes in markets and regulations may impact on the glass industry and its supply chain
  • producing reports in suitable formats for the intended audience.

 

See the full job description and person specification.

 

Salary: competitive
Closing date: Noon on Mon 8 May 2017
 

To apply please send a CV and covering letter to hr@britglass.co.uk by the closing date.

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