- Job Type:Full time
- Category:Environmental Health and Safety
- Business Group:Tasman Insulation
- Job Reference:TINZ/22430
- Closing Date:22 Oct 2021
Tasman Insulation are the iconic, market-leading manufacturer and supplier of residential and commercial insulation products to the building industry in New Zealand for over 50 years, including the Pink® Batts® brand.
We are currently looking for an EHS Manager to lead the ongoing development of our Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) strategy. As part of a culture change regarding safety behaviours and attitudes, we have substantially invested in our safety leadership framework and in technology and learning tools to better educate our people on safety behaviours. This role is a key enabler to continue this step-change in safety culture and will make sure it is applied in a meaningful way across our manufacturing and distribution sites.
A natural leader and influencer, you will find common ground with all levels of the business, from our frontline people in manufacturing and distribution to the senior leadership team. You are confident and not afraid to introduce change and new ways of doing things. You can clearly and simply articulate EHS strategy and how to achieve it while getting buy-in from key stakeholders and staff. You will need to demonstrate a track record of leading EHS in complex manufacturing/distribution operations previously and hold relevant tertiary qualifications in this field.
If you want to join a highly-engaged business with a market-leading sustainably-manufactured product, a fantastic culture, real opportunities for career advancement and a range of benefits that come with working for New Zealand’s largest listed company then please apply now or email email@example.com for more information
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we strive to create an inclusive environment for all our employees. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply to any of our vacant positions. Talk to us about our flexible working arrangements and career pathways.