SHE Manager Job in Kenya (70K)

Our client, a manufacturing company in the outcasts of Nairobi is seeking to recruit a SHE Manager to lead their technical team.
Salary: Ksh.70,000
Job purpose: To manage the total SHE function in order to ensure full compliance with all local and HMWC requirements related to health, safety and the environment.
Reports to directly: Business Systems Coordinator, EOSH Coordinator

Indirectly: Quality Controller, Microbiologist 

Roles and responsibilities
Understand Business Strategic Priorities and Business Processes;
  • Align Quality Goals and Objectives with Business Strategic Priorities
  • Develop the lab budget
Manage Health, Safety, Environment And Risk;
  • Ensure compliance to all SHEQ requirements
  • Participate in IMCR process pertaining to product recall
Initiate and Facilitate Continuous Improvement;
  • Ensure continuous improvement in Manufacturing
  • Facilitate problem solving
Deliver Excellence in Customer Service;
  • Engage with internal customers to develop partnerships and capability
Managed Cost;
  • Manage Cash Operating Expenses
  • Manage Rolling Estimates within the Lab
Human Resource Management;
  • Ensure individual KPI’s are aligned to KPI’S of Total Organization
  • People development
  • Performance management
  • On-going, informal performance monitoring, feedback and coaching provided daily or as required
  • Leave processes conducted according
Education and experience
  • Masters degree in Science (BSc) or Food sciences
  • Bachelor degree or Higher National Diploma in Science (BSc)
  • At least 3 years working experience in a relevant SHEQ role in the food industry
  • At least 3 years in a supervisory role
  • Advanced skills in required software packages
  • Performs and facilitates execution of administrative activities and procedures for the effective execution of own role
  • Broad conceptual understanding of the integration of processes within supply chain and the total business
How to Apply

Interested candidates to apply by 5th July,2016 to the following addresses:
Email to clearly indicating ‘Safety, Health and Environment Manager’. 

Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.