Our Client is a world leading agricultural commodities producer, processor and trading house. They are one of the major players in the trading world. They provide innovative solutions to customers across major market segments; including agriculture and food and energy and natural resources. Some of their major businesses include the trading and distribution of agricultural commodities, manufacturing and sale of livestock and feed, trading in energy, steel and transport, and the production of food ingredients. They also provide risk management and financial solutions to both their customers and their own businesses.
Due to expansion our client is seeking to hire a REGIONAL EHS SYSTEMS AND PERFORMANCE MANAGER – APAC. The role is responsible for leading central monitoring, reporting, program deployment and training in APAC to ensure a high performing EHS organization
• Deploys global and regional EHS programs, and implements policies and procedures
• Provides leadership and coordination for planning and execution of projects and programs utilizing industry leading knowledge of portfolio management
• Assesses effectiveness of EHS program deployment
• Supports and aligns with the global analytics and reporting frameworks and structure
• Oversees central reporting in APAC to monitor and evaluate effectiveness of programs
• Works closely with Global to drive EHS analytics and reporting capability to drive performance and goals
• Leads development and execution of robust, global EHS learning strategy, incorporating EHS competency model and other requirements
• Coordinates with EHS Domain Leads and EHS Sub-Regional Leads for learning and development strategic planning and execution
• Manages information technology (e.g. Enablon) to track and monitor EHS performance
• Validate additional information technology and review its effectiveness to drive Zero Harm vision
Suitable candidates will have 10+ years of relevant EHS experience and a desire to work in a dynamic multicultural, multi-location environment. Fluency in English is essential; having an additional Asian language would be beneficial. A university education including post-graduate education is highly regarded, as are further qualifications and certifications in EHS.