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  • Posted: Feb 26, 2020
    Deadline: Mar 14, 2020
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  • The Dangote Group is one of the most diversified business conglomerates in Africa with a hard-earned reputation for excellent business practices and products' quality with its operational headquarters in the bustling metropolis of Lagos, Nigeria in West Africa. The Group's activities encompass: Cement - Manufacturing / Importing Sugar - Manufacturing ...
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    Environmental Coordinator

    Business: Mines
    Fuction/Domain: Health and Safety
    Slot: 3 Openings

    Position Description

    • Manage regulatory compliance of Mine and Quarry operations (FME, FMMSD, NESREA, State Ministries of Environment and related regulatory agencies as applicable).
    • Co-ordinate environmental management activities associated with Mine/Quarry operations in line with DIL’ HSSE Policy and Environmental Management Standards as well as Industry and International standards and guidelines.

    Job Responsibilities

    • Assists in the preparation of permits, environmental studies and/or regulatory reports related to environmental compliance and liaise with external agencies in this regard.
    • Assist, formulate, document and implement environmental monitoring routines and quality control procedures in compliance with regulatory requirements of applicable permits and DIL’s policies and standards.
    • Review and provide input into assessment of Mines/Quarry exploration and development proposals.
    • Develop and update monitoring and reporting protocols in accordance with relevant Federal and State statutes and regulations.
    • Provides input and assist the HSE Manager and Operations personnel in the planning and response to environmental issues and concerns.
    • Initiate and oversee conduction of environmental monitoring programs.
    • Supervise activities of external contractors/consultants involved in environmental assessments and rehabilitation/reclamation projects.
    • Develop and deliver environmental awareness workshops and training to Mines personnel.
    • Participate in incident investigation and preparation of formal reports on findings including recommendations to HSE Manager.
    • Review and complete environmental audits at Operational sites and identify areas for improvement.
    • Maintain clear and complete documentations for reference purpose during environmental operations.
    • Produce environmental reports to Mines Management and relevant stakeholders as required.
    • Prepare annual environmental monitoring and compliance reports for submission to Mines stakeholders.
    • Assists HSE Manager with the review of compliance, data trends and reporting. Assists in the development and communication of improvement plans related to environmental management.
    • Carry out other duties and responsibilities as requested by the HSE Manager.

    Desired Qualification/Preferred Competencies

    • Higher National Diploma (HND) or Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental, Biological or Earth Sciences or Engineering
    • An advanced degree would be an advantage.
    • 6-10 years of relevant environmental management experience with also minimum background in Health & Safety
    • Certification in ISO 14001 Environmental Management System or equivalent.Working knowledge of Federal and State environmental regulations and permit requirements.
    • Working knowledge of HSE Management Systems.
    • Demonstrate high level of qualitative and technical report writing skills
    • Excellent interpersonal and organisations skills.
    • Proficient in use of Microsoft tools (Word, PowerPoint and Excel).
    • Environmental experience in mining and/or construction industries would be an advantage.Willingness to relocate
    • Willingness to work in remote terrain.
    • Successful candidates will be expected to work outside of normal hours for immediate responses to environmental issues and emergency responses.

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    HSE Manager, Mines

    Business: Mines
    Fuction/Domain: Health and Safety
    Slot: 3 Openings

    Position Description

    • To support the Mine Management team to prevent and/or control HSE impacts and risks associated with mine operations.

    Job Responsibilities

    • Monitor changes in HSE legislation and report these changes to Mines management.
    • Manage the HSE Department to ensure appropriate business plans are developed, implemented, measured, reviewed and reported on.
    • Provide leadership and technical support to the HSE Department;
    • Manage relationships with key stakeholders such as Management team, direct reports, community leaders, environmental department, government officials and DIL’s HSSE department
    • Define HSE targets and relevant leading and lagging HSE KPIs and monitor changes in achieving targets.
    • Review capital / budgetary requirements for HSE interventions, to meet long term objectives of the Company.
    • Provide leadership necessary to ensure that employees and any contractors adhere to DIL’s HSE Policies and Standards.
    • Provide support and advisory to Mines Management on HSE related issues.
    • Actively contribute to HSE policy and new initiatives and implement change as directed by Mines Director.
    • Assist in identifying training needs and provide relevant training interventions.
    • Ensure training and coaching is provided to all HSE department employees.
    • Mentor line management to enable them to take accountability for HSE issues in their area of responsibility
    • Develop and implement HSE audit programs
    • Carry out analysis of accident/incident statistics, identifying trends and suggesting improvement plans
    • Research and share relevant information with stakeholders on global best practice.
    • Contribute to the embedding of a culture of compliance and ethical behavior in Mines/Quarry operations.
    • Monitor the effective implementation of appropriate HSE management system procedures and update them in line with changes in regulations and business objectives.
    • Monitor compliance reviews, general risk assessments and any other safety assessments

    Desired Qualification/Preferred Competencies

    • Higher National Diploma (HND) or Bachelor's Degree in Sciences, Engineering or Environmental related discipline
    • Advanced degree is preferred
    • 12 years of relevant HSE experience
    • HSE experience in Mining/ Construction industries is preferred.
    • NEBOSH certification or equivalent.
    • Auditor Certified for ISO 45001 or ISO 14001 Standards.
    • Member of an internationally recognized HSE Professional body is preferred.Demonstrable experience in the application of HSE management systems.
    • Very good working knowledge of applicable HSE legislation, occupational health & safety and environmental hazard identification and risk assessment, occupational health and safety and environmental accident and illness prevention and protection techniques and international standards;
    • Sound project Management, negotiation/dispute mitigation and presentation skill.
    • Proven experience in the supervision/management of professional and administrative staff.
    • Track record in influencing positive organizational change inside organization;
    • Strong communication, leadership and mentoring skills
    • Excellent use of Microsoft tools (Word, PowerPoint and Excel).Willingness to travel frequently.
    • Willingness to work in a remote terrain.
    • Successful candidates will be expected to work outside of normal hours for immediate responses to site HSE issues and emergency responses.

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    HSE Officer

    Business: Mines
    Fuction/Domain: Health and Safety
    Slot: 3 Openings

    Position Description

    • To monitor site implementation of DIL’s policies, programs, and initiatives related to H&S systems; including performance of the work necessary to ensure adherence to safety regulations, completion of safety training, and attainment of business values and objectives.

    Job Responsibilities

    • Ensure compliance of site operations with DIL’s HSSE policies and standards as well as applicable regulatory requirements.
    • Participate in internal risk assessment processes.
    • Routinely inspect the facilities, machinery and equipment in order to identify and correct potential hazards and to ensure compliance with safety regulation and DIL’s policies and standards.
    • Routinely monitor the workforce for unsafe behaviours and coach employees on the correct behaviours.
    • Record Unsafe Acts / fe Acts / Unsafe Conditions, incidents, accidents and audits findings.
    • Participate to accidents and incidents investigations.
    • Continuously engage with mine staff on Health and Safety, i.e Tool Box Talks, inspection reporting, weekly reporting, site management reviews, etc..
    • Coordinate actively with other departments to improve work conditions according to DIL’s polices and standards.
    • Accompany and engage Federal and State Regulators / Inspectors during compliance monitoring visits to the mine.
    • Participate in HSE related meetings; safety awareness campaigns and external HSE audits.
    • Compile, analyse and interpret accident statistical data, and recommend process and product safety features that will reduce employee exposure to chemical, physical and biological work hazards.
    • Carry out other duties and responsibilities as requested by the HSE Manager.

    Desired Qualification/Preferred Competencies

    • Higher National Diploma (HND) or Bachelor's Degree in Environmental, Biological or Earth Sciences or Engineering
    • 5 years of relevant HSE experience
    • NEBOSH certificate or equivalent. Sound verbal and written communication skills.
    • Good communication skills and problem solving abilities.
    • Ability to work under limited or no supervision.
    • Proficient in use of Microsoft tools (Word, PowerPoint and Excel).
    • HSE experience in mining and/or construction industries would be an advantage
    • An understanding of health & safety as well as environmental management.Willingness to relocate.
    • Willingness to work in a remote terrain.
    • Successful candidates will be expected to work outside of normal hours for immediate responses to site HSE issues and emergency responses.

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