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EHS Engineer


Reference:ASKP-230201 Location: Cork
Qualification:DegreeExperience:4-5 Years
Job Type:PermanentSalary: Not Disclosed
May be suitable for: EHS Engineer, EHS Specialist

EHS Engineer
Our client is a global biopharmaceutical company based in Cork.
Reporting to the EHS&S Manager, the EHS&E Engineer will manage the day to day environmental operations of the EHS&E Department and ensure that the specific Site and EHS&E Projects are delivered in accordance with Site EHS Systems, Standards and all of the relevant Legislative and Corporate requirements.

Key Areas Of Responsibility:

EHS&E Policy
• Contribute the ongoing review of the site EHS&E policies
Environmental Programmes
• Participate in the development/review/refinement of the site environmental programmes to ensure that they meet legislative, corporate and industry requirements.
• Maintain the company's Industrial Emissions licence and applicable corporate requirements.
• Maintain the company’s accreditation to ISO 14001 and ISO 50001
• Perform regular environmental and safety audits within the plant
• Liaise with site engineering and applicable departments to ensure the requirements of the site EHS&E systems, standards and applicable licences are implemented
• Report on environmental performance within the various areas using approved KPI's
• Ensure that a program and procedures are in place to effectively manage all emissions to air and water according to legislative guidelines and industry best practice
• Ensure that a program and procedures are in place to effectively manage all waste streams according to legislative guidelines and industry best practice
• Maintain the company’s register of hazardous substances
• Perform regular environmental self-assessment audits within the facility
• Ensure that adequate evacuation and response arrangements are in place for fire/emergency situations
• Initiate accident/incident investigations and follow up on action items

Health Programmes
• Develop, maintain and review health programs to ensure that they meet legislative, corporate and industry requirements
• Maintain and further develop the industrial hygiene programme ensuring compliance with corporate guidelines
• Provide direction and guidance to Site Management on the Site Safety Programme to ensure an interdependent safety culture

Safety Programmes
• Develop, maintain and review safety programmes to ensure that they meet legislative, corporate and industry requirements
• Maintain the company’s accreditation to OHSAS 18001
• Ensure that adequate evacuation and response arrangements are in place for fire/emergency situations
• Report on safety performance within the various areas using approved KPI's

Education & Experience
• Degree in EH&S essential (or equivalent), along with a technical qualification (relevant scientific or technology-based discipline preferred)
• 3-5 years’ experience in an EPA regulated environment essential
• GMP experience required plus experience in a highly regulated environment desired
• Qualification as Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser (DGSA) desired
Primary Location: Ireland-Munster-Cork
Travel: Yes, 20% of the time



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