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RECRUITMENT 2020

ADMINISTRATION MANAGER

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We are seeking an enthusiatic and confident person to fill a new role. In order to support the growth and development of the buisness into new markets and new service we are looking for an Administration Manager to work with and support operational management to become the 'best in class' UK buisness and win awards.

The Administration Manager will be required to undertaking the following:

 
  • Become conversant with the design and operation of the biodigester and the roles of staff and key contractors. This will include being present to understand how the plant is built and operated.

  • Operate weighbridge management software and ticketing system

  • Understand & control data acquisition and analysis for operational systems

  • Develop and operate an integrated Operational Management System to include SOPs, Risk Assessments, H&S Compliance, ISO

  • 9001 & 14001, Environmental Permit compliance, Animal Byproducts Regulations compliance, Staff Training & HR management

  • Adopt, develop and operate records preparation for accounting – AR, AP, Purchasing Management Accounts reporting General business administration issues such as insurance, business rates, records and filing, procurement of supplies and equipment inventories, employment & HR etc

  • Operational administration data entry and/or train staff for specific tasks

  • Development of management reporting system including KPIs, milestones, targets and performance records

  • Developing an operational maintenance system

  • Providing administrative support to the Operations Manager

  • Prepare for and participate in management meetings and liaison to the Board of Directors.

  • Develop and implement a visitor management system to include contractors, deliveries guided tours, regulators and compliance visitors etc - Visitor logs, procedures and H&S compliance

  • Provide an interface with all stakeholders in the operation of the biogas plant and act as the first point of contact in site operations with:

  • Directors

  • Design and construction teams (architects, engineers, consultants, technology providers etc) Technology providers

  • Contractors (specialists, maintenance, etc) Regulators (LPA, EA, State Vets, EHO)

  • Interested Third Parties (neighbours, schools, local bodies, trade associations, councillors) General public

  • Develop systems to effectively build and maintain a high profile online presence for the company (including development of web site, newsletters, social media, direct online marketing etc).

You will be a dynamic and self motivated person keen to build new initiatives, drive efficiencies and increase feedback to motivate staff and enable decision making.
 
If you think you would be able to make a positive contribution then contact us immediately for an interview. 
 

Please call us on 01985 216976 or email recruitment@malabybiogas.com with a CV and covering letter to arrange an interview.


 

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