Entry Level SHE Co-ordinator Jobs – Unilever

Job Title:      SHE Co-ordinator
Organisation: Unilever
Duty Station: Kampala, Uganda
Job Number: 1600032B
About Unilever:
Unilever
is an Anglo–Dutch multinational consumer goods company co-headquartered in
London, England and Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Its products include food,
beverages, cleaning agents and personal care products. It is the world’s
third-largest consumer goods company measured by 2012 revenue, after Procter
& Gamble and Nestlé. One of the oldest multinational companies, its
products are available in around 190 countries. Unilever celebrated its 85th
anniversary year of business in 2014.
Job Summary: The SHE Co-ordinator supports the Unilever Country/Cluster
SHE Manager/Director in managing Safety, Health & Environment improvement
activities to achieve excellence at all nonmanufacturing sites in the
country/cluster. These sites include all head offices, sales offices, R&D
centers, distribution centers, and merchandizers. The incumbent works closely with
Supply Chain teams to understand the local SHE Strategy and improvement plans
and supports the deployment of group safety strategies in order to achieve
sustainable SHE excellence by reducing injuries, illnesses and environmental
impact as measured in the core KPIs. The incumbent will also have the
responsibility of participating in the Community of Practice of SHE
professionals.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Offer support in the deployment of the
    global/cluster SHE strategy, policy and standards in the nonmanufacturing
    sites to achieve excellent sustainable results
  • Render support in the completion of safety
    and environment risk assessment in the nonmanufacturing
    sites and in developing/implementing appropriate controls
  • Support the application of Unilever
    guidelines and procedures for Process Safety assessment (SIMAS) primarily
    in the R&D sites
  • Reduce the nonmanufacturing
    sites’ environmental impact in the areas of
    COD, hazardous & nonhazardous waste, SOx & CO2
    emissions and water & energy consumption
  • Develop a thorough understanding of the
    Unilever BBS Program and support deployment in the site
  • Regularly monitor nonmanufacturing
    sites legal compliance and ensure they meet all local/national regulatory
    requirements and Unilever standards.
  • Work in liaison with Occupational Health
    personnel to identify and mitigate risks which may lead to occupational
    ill health
  • Support the Country/MC SHE Manager/Director
    in leading and developing the internal crisis committees and safety
    committee; support site leaders in the country/cluster in serious incident
    investigation and analysis
  • Offer support to the Country/MC SHE
    Manager/Director in ensuring compliance with safe travel training and
    reporting requirements
  • Carry out trend analysis from incidents, near
    misses and safe behaviour observations
  • Participate in the community of practice of
    SHE professionals (manufacturing and nonmanufacturing)
    to ensure sharing of best practice and effective communication to and from
    Group.
  • Manage OS/EPR/SHE PAR reporting in nonmanufacturing
    within the cluster for accuracy and timeliness
Qualifications, Skills and Experience: 
  • The ideal candidate for the Unilever SHE
    Co-ordinator vacancy should hold a University degree in Science or
    Engineering or professional certification in SHE related field
  • Qualifications required by local regulatory
    authorities
  • A minimum of two to three years’ experience in
    extended Supply Chain operations
  • Prior Unilever experience
  • Proven track record of analytical thinking
How to Apply:
All
suitably qualified and interested candidates are encouraged to Apply Only by
clicking on the web link below.
Deadline: 22nd February 2016

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