Location : Linlithgow , United Kingdom
Salary : Competitive
Posted : 08-07-2022
Position: Full time
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Process Optimisation Manger to join Levenseat for an 18month period to lead the commissioning and optimisation of a newly installed facility.
Reporting to the operations Director, the Process Optimisation Manager will form part of the commissioning team and on completion of commissioning will lead the optimisation of this new facility.
The Process Optimisation Manager will work with the site operations team to develop robust operational procedures and a preventative maintenance plan to ensure a safe operation that meets availability targets. This role will play a key part in mentoring and developing the site operations team to ensure that they are knowledgeable, trained, and competent to take over the plant. Further, you will play a key role in developing and leading the optimisation of the HSE and quality, environmental, and economic performance of the new facility, whilst ensuring legal compliance.
The main elements of the role are to:
We welcome applications for this Process Optimisation Manager role form candidates with experience in the following areas: Optimisation Manager, Process Manager, Process Engineer, Experienced Optimisation Manager, Commissioning Manager, IT, MS Office, Communication Skills.
We offer a comprehensive range of benefits including:
The Ideal Candidate:
Levenseat is a leading resource management company providing recycling, energy recovery, and waste management services to both local authority and commercial customers.
Set to manage 750,000 tonnes of recyclates and resources per year, we are committed to developing new solutions to recover the best resources and provide customers with environmental and economic solutions.
With 35 years of experience, we are very proud of the company we have grown into. We are an industry leader in the field of resource management, and we are very clear on the role we expect to play in continuing to lead the way.
We also play a key role in educating communities, businesses, and councils on the value of resource and the part they can play to reduce waste and embrace the principles of a circular economy.
There is a shift in attitudes towards waste and recycling and there has never been a more exciting time to be part of the industry. With a strong work ethos and collaborative environment, we are looking for proactive and focused people to join an expanding team.
We are an equal opportunity employer, which means we’ll consider all suitably qualified applicants regardless of gender identity or expression, ethnic origin, nationality, religion or beliefs, age, sexual orientation, disability status, or any other protected characteristic. We recruit and develop our people based on merit and we are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all team members.