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EHS Specialist

  • Location: Dublin, Dublin City, Leinster, Ireland
  • Job Type:Permanent

The Role:

Our client is a leader in discovering and delivering innovative medicines solving serious health issues worldwide and addressing medical challenges of the future. They are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and are passionate about bringing together individuals from diverse backgrounds to develop innovative health solutions. Are you ready to join a high-performing, ambitious team and be part of an inclusive work environment? This may be the career for you…..

Reporting to the Assoc Dir, Environmental Health and Safety the successful candidate will be responsible for supporting, developing and maintaining EHS programmes within the company that meet best practices within the industry and fulfil the requirements of local regulatory and corporate directives.  


Key Responsibilities:

  • Identify EHS training needs and develop and deliver programmes to meet these requirements.

  • Provide coaching and guidance on EHS programme requirements to other roles within the organisation

  • Drive and deliver continuous improvement in EHS performance within all aspects of the company.

  • Maintain a clear understanding of EHS legislative requirements and new developments taking place in relation to regulatory requirements and best practices.

  • Develop and support comprehensive EHS hazard identification and risk control programmes within the company.

  • Drive compliance with the company IPC licence by sustaining the emission limit monitoring programme and identifying and leading initiatives to meet licence conditions.

  • Developing the skills and knowledge of staff, including the delivery of training

  • Record-keeping and document storage to ensure compliance with HSE and GMP standards

  • Other HSE projects and initiatives as required

Requirements:

  • Specialist qualification / experience in an EHS related subject in addition to their undergraduate degree.

  • Hold or be in the process of obtaining professional membership of the Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH)

  • Have demonstrated experience as programme owner in both Environmental and Safety initiatives.

  • Capable or preparing short term and long term strategies and plans to improve EHS performance. Strong technical ability with a "hands on approach" coupled with good problem solving skills.

  • Ability to work on and complete a challenging range of EHS projects that require a broad range of EHS technical and interpersonal skills.

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Eoghan Dalton.

eoghan.dalton@collinsmcnicholas.ie

(090) 6478108