Overview

Salary: £32000 – £39000

Shift hours: Full Time

  • To provide oversight to ensure the safe and compliant delivery of Hazardous Waste Management services across all GSK sites. 

  • To plan and organise waste shipments and the correct completion and maintenance of associated records. 

  • To provide technical advice upon waste classification, packaging and disposal activities. 

 

  • To ensure all aspects of Health & Safety, Environment and Quality Assurance within Waste Operations on GSK sites under your responsibility are compliant. 

  • Legislative compliance. Ensuring that all aspects of waste operations GSK on sites under your responsibility are conducted in accordance with all relevant statutory requirements and Codes of Practice. 

  • Management of Lab Smalls Stores where they exist 

  • Management of the effluent sampling and testing programme ensuring samples are taken, stored, and despatched in accordance with requirements. 

  • Management of Client relationships and expectations. Maintain formal and informal communications with Clients and Customers as required. 

  • Maintain and develop a positive working culture and team environment for employees through sound leadership, effective communication and delegation. 

  • Develop staff competence, confidence, capabilities and efficiency in the field of Hazardous Waste management. 

  • Ensure personal training and training records are up to date. 

  • Identification of new service offerings and potential revenue for Sodexo. 

  • Provide expert waste advice to GSK and support partner waste producers, in conjunction with other waste staff and waste contractors. 

  • Provide waste data and progress Waste Operation’s objectives 

  • Attend formal and informal Client meetings. 

  • Continuous review of the Waste Operations instructions and documentation. 

  • Follow all relevant SOP’s and correctly use all IT systems as set out in GSK and Sodexo policies 

  • Qualification or relevant experience in Waste Management Operations (5yrs +), preferably Pharmaceutical  

  • Chemistry degree or equivalent 

  • Extensive knowledge of all aspects of UK Waste Regulations 

  • Proven leadership skills and financial acumen 

  • Experience in managing an outsourced service contract and adept at managing Client relationships 

  • Experience in auditing waste operations and facilities 

  • Computer literate in Word and Excel 

  • Must be able to demonstrate the ability to communicate both verbally and in writing 

Reference: SDX/TP/RF8157/CS

Location: No Fixed Place Of Work, England

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