The purpose of the Site Environmental Performance Officer‘s role is to implement the environmental standards and regulations, as defined by international, national, regional, permit, at the construction site.
Support the ESG Manager in the performance of his duties and daily report to him.
Support the implementation of : all environmental mitigation measures required by Belgian law or by management the applicable environmental standards as set out by INEOS, the integrated permit requirements and the regional, national, and international standards (including lender standards such as IFC, Equator, OECD) into the daily construction site operations.
Support the improvement of an Environmental aspects of the Environmental and Social Management System, and document and report environmental compliance.
Support the ESG Manager in preparing, executing and evaluating bi-annually lender reviews, external government inspections and audits of the ESMS.
Work closely with the HSE managers and the HSE representatives of the contractors of the individual PDTs and regularly participate in meetings with them and regularly inspect environmental compliance on site.
Liaise closely with the Contractor personnel on all environmental matters, ensuring field environmental issues are resolved in a proper and timely manner.
Work closely with the Recognised Soil Expert on environmental monitoring (air, noise, wastewater, …) and the management of excavated soil as well as on the incoming materials e.g., granulates.
Support and advise on improving emission monitoring and management.
Support the implementation of the waste management plan and monitor performance.
Manage day-to-day environmental supervision on site, approve/ disapprove tools & work installations, intervention on inappropriate acts.
Perform environmental inspections/audits to verify the implementation of the environmental-related procedures and instructions and compliance with applicable regulations.
Conduct investigations and prepare reports on any hazmat spill incidents for submission to local authorities.
Support emergency response concerning spills.
Participate in the investigation of environmental incidents and internal and/or external complaints.
Regularly report on the activities at the construction site with (potential) environmental impact, including the identification of any missing elements and the proposed solutions to improve the situation.
Weekly and Monthly reports to the ESG Manager and Lead Environmental Engineer regarding environmental activity highlights.
Support the enforcement of site rules and regulations.
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in environmental studies or similar.
Sound knowledge and understanding of relevant Environmental guidelines & regional environmental Belgian and European law with a focus on key discipline areas such as soil management, noise & air emissions as well as hazardous and non-hazardous materials and waste handling.
Sound knowledge of Environmental Management Systems, like ISO 14001.
Min. 10 years’ experience in construction projects; experience in chemical, oil, and gas or petrochemical setting is a bonus.
Environmental Coordinator type B as per Flemish Legislation is an advantage.
Willing to work daily on a construction site in the harbor of Antwerp.
Team player with strong interpersonal, communication, and influencing skills.
Pragmatic hands-on problem solving attitude.
Flexible self-starter with the ability to prioritize.
Analytical and problem-solving skills.
Strong planning and organizing ability.
Highly motivated, achievement oriented.
Ability to interface effectively with people of all levels, both internal and third parties, and with wide-ranging cultural backgrounds.
Able to define and prioritize issues and then solve the problems through networking with other team members or external sources.
Fluent verbal and written Dutch & English communication skills.
Wat bieden we
Contribute to, and be part of a challenging large multiyear project.
Possibilities for payroll and for selfemployed professionals.
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