Immobilisation Plant Manager
Immobilisation Plant Manager West Central -attractive
This is a hands-on-role which will bring value to the business by managing all the activities of the immobilisation plant department, achieving KPI targets, selecting and batching of appropriate waste. Ensuring dispatched waste from the plant is done in a safe and compliant manner giving full traceability and increasing profitability. Liaising with suppliers so transport is maximised and downtime caused by maintenance is minimal.
Main Duties will include but not be limited to; Managing bookings of incoming consignments of waste by ensuring adequate storage capacity is available; Ensure appropriate compatibility testing is being completed with composite sampling completed appropriately for all waste streams intended to be batched; Ensure the completion of start-up/shutdown checks are completed and the completion of FLT start up checks by plant operative; Feedback to the Commercial and Technical Team where material has been under-priced or incorrectly technically assessed; Ensure traceability of all waste by ensuring any material processed through plant is being completed; Ensure waste in plant storage bays are being appropriately stored in line with Sector Guidance Note 5.06, the sites Environmental Permit and to HSG71; Liaise with suppliers to schedule disposal point slots; Ensure the loading of outgoing loads onto skips / tipper vehicles is conducted in a safe manner; Generate outgoing paperwork including determining component concentrations using laboratory analysis; Monitor check sheets to ensure that materials are in good supply; Liaise with site Lab to ensure that all analysis is complete and compliant; Liaise with operations manager / relevant others in the writing and review of Risk Assessments, Procedures and Work Instructions; Support the development of the treatment plant by being involved in development projects; Completion of low-risk maintenance activities; Review of major maintenance works required including sourcing suppliers, management of production impacts during works and management of contractors on site.
In order to be considered for this role you will be/have; Management experience; HNC or Degree Level Qualification in Chemistry or a similar related field; Experience of working in the hazardous waste sector desirable; Counterbalance FLT licence desirable, but training can be given; Competent Microsoft Office user in particular Excel; Has the ability to influence and motivate others; Able to drive team performance and improve functional knowledge of the team through coaching and sharing knowledge/skills and experiences.
For a full job description, please email a copy of your CV to Rebecca