Salary: £23000 plus competitive benefits
Location: Doncaster, with regular travel to meet business needs which may necessitate overnight stays.
Who are we?
In our post Blue Planet 2 world where international attention is focused on how we can waste less and recycle more it could not be a better time to join one of the UK's most progressive waste and resource management companies. FCC Environment are on the front line of the resource revolution which will deliver the ambition of the 25 year Environment Plan to leave the world a better place than it is now for our children. We provide a range of services, from collecting business and household waste and recycling, processing the materials we collect recycling everything we can, and generating green energy from waste. We minimise the amount of waste that ends up in landfill by transforming it into valuable resources. Right now, we're focusing on developing our managers of tomorrow and you could be one of them!
What will you be doing?
Once trained you will provide a key role ensuring full compliance with current and future legislation regulations and guidance. In particular with regard to the LFT1 (Qualifying Fines) Landfill Tax Order 2015 and subsequent updates. You will report to the Senior Technical Manager and will be within one of our 'Soils Management Teams, mainly covering the middle and north of the UK. Based in Doncaster with the opportunity o experience several departments with teams in Doncaster thus learning all processes involved in FCC's business.
What can we offer you?
Relocation assistance of up to £300 per month
25 days annual leave (up to 10 unpaid leave per year, plus option to purchase 5 additional days annual leave)
Company Pension (including company contributions)
Flexible benefits (cycle to work, high street savings and discounts, Gymflex)
Eye care vouchers
Peer to Peer Recognition Scheme
Who are we looking for?
- A graduate educated to 2:1 standard in Chemistry or Environmental Science.
- Ability to assess and interpret chemical analysis, soil and site investigation reports, understanding of managing soils, customer facing - capable of developing relationships with customers and key stakeholders, full driving licence preferred, IT Literate (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Adobe).
If this sounds like the opportunity for you apply now.
We will be reviewing al applications over December and aim to give candidates feedback by early January.