Compost Site Manager   

Laverstoke Park is a food and drink business ranging across dairy, meat and alcohol, based in North Hampshire. Their state of the art and well established Compost Site is fully licensed and permitted to  process up to 75,000 tonnes of green waste per year.

They have an opportunity for an experienced hands-on site manager. The candidate will be responsible for overseeing the whole site, including managing a small friendly team, all procedures, maintenance of the loaders and equipment, Health and safety, compost certification and associated environmental compliances etc.  There will an appointed consultant to assist the appointee to ensure that the overall strategy of site development and growth is achieved, working closely with the newly appointed site manager. It is expected that the appointed manager will operate with a ‘hands-on’ approach and he/she will be expected to drive and operate machines as required.

Required Skills:

  • A good level of spoken and written English 
  • Be practical / hands-on
  • Competent and reliable, detailed with a pro-active attitude 
  • Have had some previous management or supervisory experience
  • Experienced loading shovel operator
  • Awareness of Health and Safety and environmental compliances
  • Computer literate
  • Good timekeeper
  • Be prepared to work overtime and weekends as necessary

This position offers a competitive salary and bonus structure. They are able to consider licenses obtained from outside of the UK.  Please apply by email explaining why you consider yourself to be suitably qualified for the position attaching your up to date CV.   Please include your current notice period and salary expectations.

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Published: 6/3/17


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