New Jobs at Dangote Industries Zambia Ltd – Ends 13 March 2015


Dangote Cement is Africa’s leading cement producer with existing and planned operations in 16 African countries, revenues in excess of US$2 billion and nearly 17,000 employees. We are a fully integrated quarry-to-customer producer with production capacity of up to 43.3 million tonnes per annum (Mta) across Africa at the end of 2015. We are investing several billion dollars to build manufacturing plants and import/grinding terminals across Africa and by 2020 we plan to have more than 70 Mta capacity across Africa and beyond. We have operational facilities in Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Cameroon and Ghana (importation), Ethiopia, Zambia, Tanzania and are committed to building integrated production factories in Rep. Congo, Kenya, Zimbabwe and outside of Africa, Nepal. We also plan to build import or grinding facilities in Sierra Leone, Liberia and add new grinding facilities Ghana. Dangote Cement is the largest company on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, having listed its shares in October 2010.

Job Title: Environmental Coordinator

Responsibilities

  • Coordinate environmental management activities and ensure compliance with required regulations, promote cordial relationships with the host communities and manage the impact of Plant activities on the environment
  • Maintain a repository of national and local regulatory requirements applicable to the Plant and communicate to Management and employees
  • Organise periodic environmental audits of the Plant and its surroundings, and provide recommendations to Management on improvement
  • Participate in environmental education and research
  • Identify local players (institutions, political figures, associations, site neighbours),  key to DCP’s environmental programs & initiatives
  • Manage relationships with key environmental stakeholders and participate in meetings/ forums to deal with environmental issues
  • Ensure adoption and adherence to DCP approved environmental standards, norms and best practices
  • Participate in the development of spill prevention programs and hazardous waste rules and regulations, and recommend corrective actions for hazardous waste problems
  • Perform regular variance analyses on priority key environmental indicators and propose corrective actions
  • Conduct research on hazardous waste management projects to determine the magnitude of problems, and treatment or disposal alternatives and costs
  • Proactively identify environmental hazards and propose preventive measures
  • Collate relevant documents for renewal of Plant operating permits and oversee the renewal process
  • Participate in the development of an emergency communication plan in the event of environmental problems, and communicate to DCP employees
  • Implement and monitor an environmental complaint handling system
  • Oversee collection, preservation, and transportation of samples of wastewater, sludge, and other emissions
  • Review written documentation and reports of laboratory findings and recommend appropriate action
  • Oversee collection of cement, sewage and environmental waste samples and ensure handling complies with approved custody procedures
  • Ensure adequate documentation and preservation of samples due for delivery at external laboratories
  • Ensure continuous maintenance of the Plant’s certification as an Environmental Monitoring Laboratory
  • Ensure availability of adequate supplies of analytical materials and ensure timely procurement of replacement stock
  • Develop and improve analytical methodology and procedures as regulatory demands increase
  • Liaise with consulting engineers and other external parties to develop new process control programs as improvements and expansions are made to the treatment works

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent in biochemistry, environmental sciences or other related discipline
  • Five years relevant work experience
  • Knowledge of various chemicals and compounds used in wastewater treatment, and safe and appropriate handling techniques for their use
  • Knowledge of safe sampling, analysis, quality assurance, and reporting procedures as appropriate for an Environmental Monitoring Laboratory
  • Knowledge of safety rules, codes, and regulations pertaining to the work
  • Excellent organisational and administrative skills
  • Good analytical skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • High sense of responsibility and accountability

How to apply
Send your applications with an attached application Letter
& Latest CV only in Microsoft word the positions should be clearly
mentioned in, the subject line to:
The General Manager HR & Admin.

For more information

TO APPLY FOR THIS JOB EMAIL
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Dangote Industries Zambia Ltd (Lusaka)

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