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Location: South West England, United Kingdom

Waste Delivery Lead

South West England, United Kingdom
£400.00 - £500.00 per Day

Job Description

Waste Delivery Lead
12 month rolling PAYE Contract (+ 33 days paid leave).

The Site Operations Waste Delivery Lead reports directly to the Site Operations Service Manager and is responsible for the management and operation of the Waste Management contract. Responsible for ensuring the efficient delivery of a singular but substantial support service in accordance with all safety, quality, time and cost parameters to meet the needs of the HPC construction project. The Waste Delivery Lead will provide leadership, technical input, and advice for the nominated waste contractor.

The Waste Delivery Lead will be responsible for analysing statistics on waste data, co-ordinating waste collections with other project contractors, advising project contractors on waste reduction, monitoring health, safety and environment risks, and managing budgets and reviewing all relevant contract documents.

The Site Operations Waste Delivery Lead will be responsible for ensuring the integrated waste management contract offers value and efficiency to the HPC project by effective management of the nominated waste management contractor. This will include monitoring, reporting and assessing the performance of the contractor against agreed KPI's but also developing the waste service itself. Significant scope exists for further defining and improving the integrated waste service to improve the value offered to the project, but also to improve recycling rates and decrease diversion to landfill.

Phase 2 of the Waste Consolidation Centre due to open in 2020 will enhance the ability of the nominated waste contractor to deliver a world class service to the wider HPC project.
The Waste Delivery Lead will input into the ongoing design and operation of this facility through to completion of the waste contract.

Principal Accountabilities

Manage day to day provision of HPC's waste management service through the appointed contract partner.

Complete the roll out of the integrated waste management service to all remaining Tier 1 contractors

Establish operation of the Waste Consolidation Centre

Drive towards 'zero to landfill' for all onwards waste disposal

Promote HPC's sustainability ambitions in relation to waste management

Ensure the highest standards of environmental compliance are maintained in respect to waste management and application of BAT (best available techniques)

Manage and be directly responsible for a specific service contract valued at circa £80m [full project lifecycle]

Be accountable for ensuring all statutory, regulatory and site permits are complied with

Form effective relationships with their service contract partner and champion; clarity, respect, positivity, humility and integrity

Ensure the contract partners team are fully competent to perform their assigned roles - and that any shortfalls are reported to the Service Manager without delay

Develop and implement plans to ensure service delivery meets or exceeds the expectations and project work schedule

Ensure early intervention to avoid any escalation of issues affecting service delivery by working in the spirit of a 'one team approach'

Chair Monthly Waste Management meetings with the contractor's waste leads.

Regular liaison with the Environment Agency.


Recent and relevant In-depth knowledge and experience in a Service Supply environment.

Project Management experience in a service lead environment.

Experience of working in a high security environment.

Must be confident in own abilities and be able to deliver in a dynamic environment.

Willingness to learn from both successes and failures.

Proven experience within a large project environment.

Excellent communication skills and able to strike up effective working relationships.

Must be willing to work with our local supply chain partners in a cooperative way.

Having competent and general office and IT abilities.

Being able to clearly explain legislation issues.

Being able to create reports.

Having competent understanding of statistics and budgets.


Degree Level or Equivalent Qualification in a related subject

Experience of working with and developing budgets.

Recognised and certificated 'Behavioural Safety Programme'.

Recent IOSH accreditation [or equivalent].

COTC qualification in non-hazardous waste management

Member of the Chartered Institute of Waste Managers

We celebrate and support diversity and are committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants.

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