Environmental Manager - Data Centres
£70,000 - £100,000 + package
Capstone have partnered with a leading global multi-disciplinary real estate consultancy, who are looking to recruit an exceptional Environmental Manager. The postholder will be embedded into a leading blue-chip tech client, responsible for the Environmental Management of major data centre construction projects.
The Environmental Manager should be a suitably qualified environmentalist with 5-10 years experience and a strong background in site supervision of schedule-focussed construction sites.
The environmental manager will form part of the client construction manager's team and be responsible for all tech clients' builds in-country; to this end the level of time required will depend on the number of projects and their schedule.
The environmental manager will report into the tech clients' regional environmental lead. They will provide support to the construction manager's team, peer review the GCs documentation to ensure all environmental risks are captured. Prior to handover, they will provide handover support to tech clients' Operations Team to ensure sufficient understanding of permit and legislative requirements.
They will promote good environmental management as a key aspects of all site works.
A knowledge of the local working language is preferred to enable them to engage with site staff with ease.
As such, the following responsibilities are expected of the Environmental Manager:
- Provide comments on the GC method statements, the construction environmental management plan, process and procedure to ensure that all environmental risks and mitigated are considered appropriately
- Undertake appropriately timed reviews of all permits on site to ensure they are appropriate for construction and operations as per the design
- Perform regular site walkovers with the site manager, the GC E&S person and agree corrective actions and identify good practice and good approaches
- Comment on and approve the GCs monthly written reports to the client
- Work closely with the H&S staff to address any collaborative risks
- Attend site/client meetings as required
- Provide a strong client presence on site, working with and supporting the GC E&S staff. Where bad practice is spotted or high risk work is being undertaken, the E&S site manager should be confident to step in.
- Permit and residual risks from during design and construction will be identified within a risk register.
- Provide the DC operations manager, local operational H&S representatives and CEOM (critical environment ops manager) with E&S support for interpreting environmental and social aspects of the project and permits.
It should be noted that all environmental risk during construction will be managed and owned by the GC
If you are interested in a confidential discussion to find out more about the above opportunity, please message Sam Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3757 5000.
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