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Our Client are an innovative and successful plastic recycling company with a history of success throughout Europe. They have gained a deserved reputation for the quality of their service due to constantly concentrating on delivering solutions that are tailored specifically to match their client's needs. We are proud to be helping them with their ongoing expansion within the UK.
Due to continual expansion we are now searching for an experienced Quality Health, Safety and environmental (QHSE) Manager to join our client's business and audit the raw material suppliers. We are keen to speak to you if you have experience of hazard analysis and statistical sampling.
*You will be responsible for inspecting all incoming and outgoing goods,
*Grading and auditing all suppliers, making sure they maintain a high-quality standard. Audit the raw material suppliers.
*Oversee stock storage in line with all requirements
*Costing and analysis of goods
You will need to be an experienced Supply QHSE person that possessing;
*Experience of building Quality Assurance Procedures & Safety Culture
*Knowledge of ISO 9001
*Chartered Quality Institute Professional/Member
*Experience of training employee
*Experience of developing stock management
*An ethical approach to business
Experience of plastic manufacturing market and scrap waste would be great but not essential.
*Values are at the core of this business and they are looking for someone with similar ethics with integrity & honesty
Alternative Titles: Quality Health, Safety and environmental (QHSE) Manager, QHSE, Supply QHSE, Quality Manager, Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental Manager, QHSE Manager, QHSE Adviser, QHSE Advisor, Quality Manager, Supply Adviser, Supply Advisor.
This role is commutable from: Cambridge, Peterborough, Ely, Leicester, Lincoln, Boston, Spalding, Norwich, Norfolk, Huntingdon, Royston, Corby, Kettering, Northampton, Bury St Edmunds, Nottingham, Bedford, Rugby, Grantham, Derby.
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