Group ESG & Business Improvement Assessor

Exciting Career Opportunity - Group ESG & Business Improvement Assessor

As a result of our continued growth, we now have a superb new role to fulfil covering either the Midlands or South England

Do you want a role that allows you to apply your own skills and experience, and have your input valued? Do you want to be empowered to look for improvements, and be given the resources and opportunity to follow them through? Are you happy to learn from industry experts and become the go to person within an organisation from personnel below and above you? Are you willing to take on challenges and understand how to influence change within an organisation? Are you highly motivated, strong minded and able to handle information with confidentiality and discretion?

If you are up for a challenge and are hungry to carve out a progressive career, then you can play a key role within Britain's leading Traffic Management company. This truly is a great time to join us. In return we will offer you a highly competitive salary package, plus pension, 26 days holiday plus bank holidays (pro-rata equivalent) and additional incentives.

About our company:

Established in 1979, Chevron Traffic Management is a leading specialist in the delivery of temporary traffic management across the UK.

The Chevron Group specialise in the delivery of digitally enabled work zone safety solutions across the Highways, Rail, Utilities and Events sectors. We are the largest, most successful organisation in our industry and are renowned for bringing forward innovation and change to benefit our customers and the sectors in which they work. We have grown both through acquisition and organic growth, from a business employing 470 people across 13 sites to a Group now offering 23 operational units and with in excess of 1080 employees.

This is a unique opportunity to join an organisation that is resilient, even in today's economic environment and one that is rapidly expanding.

About the role:

The ESG & Business Improvement Assessor role is a key role within the Chevron business. You will be responsible for ensuring the smooth running and maintenance of the Groups Integrated Management system, including the scheduling and delivery of both internal and external audits. You will also be responsible for the delivery of process innovation and continuous improvement initiatives across the group. Reporting to the Group ESG and Improvement Manager, you will ensure compliance and identify improvement opportunities. You will work alongside the business to provide guidance and advice on how to improve ESG performance and will collaborate to deliver value creation opportunities. Reviewing and owning the business continuity plan will also be under your remit, ensuring organisational resilience.

Your role will see you as being a key driver of change within the business. You will be expected to identify emerging ESG trends, risks and opportunities and in turn incorporate and communicate these changes to employees, suppliers & sub contractors, assisting them to understand and to adjust and grow with the groups transformation.

The roles will be site based and travel will be expected due to conducting site visits and audits.

About You:

A highly motivated and organised individual, you will have extensive knowledge of Internal audit skills for multi standards. You will thrive in facilitating and driving change in a fast paced and 'ever changing' environment, whilst leveraging leadership skills. Priding yourself as being a team player as well as being able to succeed working alone. A real positive and energetic person with a 'can do' attitude. A willingness to learn is also paramount as extra/ full training will be provided were necessary.

Qualifications & Skills:

Essential:

• Internal Auditor skills for multi-standards e.g. ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO44001, ISO45001, ISO50001
• Have experience of business improvement techniques such as Lean, Six Sigma etc
• Have Project co-ordination or assistance experience
• High attention to detail and excellent analytical skills
• Proficient in the use of a PC and the Microsoft Office suite of software, inc. Word, Excel, Visio, Outlook and Office 365 Apps
• Full UK driving licence
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential including the ability to relate to people at all levels
• A spirit of co-operation and a positive 'can do' attitude
• Ability to manage assigned tasks in an assertive, efficient and timely manner
• Proven ability to work independently as well as part of a team
• Highly motivated
• Strong change management and influencing skills with the ability to negotiate and communicate at different levels of an organisation
• Ability to handle confidential information and with discretion


Desirable:

• IRCA Lead Auditor in ISO9001 or another significant standard
• NEBOSH General Certificate
• Traffic Management experience - Operative/Foreman/LTMO/TSCO
• Proven business leadership experience implementing continuous improvement principles, driving change and leading continuous improvement initiatives, inc qualification to Lean Six Sigma Green Belt or higher, or other equivalent continuous improvement methodology
• Membership of appropriate professional bodies


Requirements

  • ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO44001, ISO45001, ISO50001
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