Sustainability Manager

 The Sustainability Manager will report into the Company Managing Director and will be an active member of the Senior Management Team.


Salary: Competetive, dependant on experience (to be discussed further at interview)

Status: Permanent, Full-Time

Hours of work: 36.25 hrs pw, within flexi-time system covering 8am-6pm (additional hours may be necessary-flexibility required)


Main tasks will include:

  • Creating and developing the department as a new entity

  • Developing strategies to ensure minimal negative environmental impact from manufacturing processes e.g. noise pollution, air pollution, site damage

  • Managing the EHS budget; increasing efficiency and reducing cost

  • Developing KPIs relating to environmental impact, health and safety and fire safety and using them to evaluate the performance of the team, and the site as a whole

  • Proactively sharing ideas; producing reports, leading meetings and producing communications

  • Managing and developing the Company Health and Safety and Fire teams; ensuring they are motivated to perform and deliver requirements

  • Advising the company on a range of specialist areas including fire regulations, hazardous substances, noise, safeguarding machinery and occupational diseases.

  • Maintaining a working knowledge of all Health and Safety Executive (HSE), Sustainability, and Auditing legislation and any developments; ensuring the company is legally compliant

  • Reporting into the HSE and other corporate bodies to ensure conformance

The successful candidate will need:

  • A strong technical understanding of sustainability, energy and environmental issues; ideally holding IEMA membership at Managerial (Full- MIEMA CEnv) or Leadership (Fellow- FIEMA) level

  • Must be an experienced sustainability and/or environmental professional with relevant experience in a manufacturing environment

  • Must have the leadership qualities and knowledge to create and shape a new department

  • Must have knowledge of budgets and budgetary control

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • The ability to be patient, tactful and diplomatic; fostering a collaborative approach within the department and across the site

  • Auditing skills, ideally with professional auditing training

  • Educated to degree level or with demonstrable equivalent experience

  • Awareness and prior experience of working within The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations

  • Recognised NEBOSH accreditation (National Examination Board for Occupational Safety and Health)

  • Awareness of ISO Accreditations, ideally with relevant training


    Please submit applications via email to or via post to

    Alice Lacey-HR Department

    Bridgnorth Aluminium Ltd

    Stourbridge Road


    WV15 6AU

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Postal Information

  • Stourbridge Road
    Bridgnorth, Shropshire
    WV15 6AU


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