The Health, Safety & Environment department to set policy, strategy and standards for Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) across Expo, deliver communication, training and engagement initiatives to develop a positive HSE culture and provide monitoring and assurance activities to evaluate the implementation of HSE management arrangements and drive continual improvement in HSE systems and performance.
Reporting to the Manager – Environment, the Associate – Environment is responsible to assist their line manager in implementing the Construction EX20 Environment Assurance Standards and the Programme Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP), through an active field presence. In addition, provide projects with guidance on sound environmental management practices.
- Assist the environment manager in implementing the EX20 Environment Assurance Standards and CEMP by maintaining an active field presence through frequent site visits, inspections and project meetings;
- Assist in carrying out audits on supervision consultants to provide assurance that the environment requirements and minimum standards are executed and implemented at project level;
- Provide support to the environment manager in managing external consultants undertaking environment monitoring or studies, where required;
- Ensure project level environment data logs are submitted and reviewed for content and accuracy;
- Assist in delivering targeted quarterly campaigns and communications across the programme to drive awareness on expectations and mitigate risks;
- Assist in reviewing environment studies, plans and reports prepared by contractors, service providers and other stakeholders;
- Work closely with the HSE Zone Managers to ensure environment requirements are met;
- Assist in collecting, analyzing, and reporting environment data including statistics, performance, and KPIs.
1+ years of relevant experience, as well as:
- A Bachelors degree within a relevant experience;
- Basic Knowledge in the Environment Management & Compliance field;
- Interested in field work and good understanding of UAE and specifically Dubai Environment legislation;
- A good understanding of operations environment guidelines and legal requirements;
- Strong planning and organisational skills along with outstanding attention to detail and observation ability;
- Effective communication skills and cultural sensitivity to develop strong relationships;
- Professional Environmental Certification (IEMA, NEBOSH, or equivalent);
- Fluency in Arabic (written and spoken).
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