Yu Pin Lin
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Yu Pin Lin

Country Manager - Taiwan

About Yu

​Yu Pin has joined Shirley Parsons since 2021 to support the rapidly expanding Taiwan Branch and is responsible to establish the business infrastructure in the reginal office. Before joining, Yu Pin was the Quality Assurance Manager of Kawasaki Heavy Industries. Yu Pin has intergraded project management experience of multinational construction consortium and knowledge of local labor market to assist world-leading renewable energies suppliers throughout offshore wind project lifecycle. With the increasing demand for localization, Yu Pin has the vision of helping Taiwan HSEQ workforce and supply chains adapting stringent international standards through mentoring and consulting. Shirley Parsons Taiwan will transform Taiwan HSEQ workforce into APAC HSEQ expert hub.

Environment & Sustainability Lead

€65k - 95k per year

Netherlands

Environment & Sustainability Lead Full time, Permanent Rotterdam, Netherlands Fluency in Dutch required, no exceptions Job Summary This factory in Botlek is part of a global network and produces Carbon Blacks for high quality applications in tires, plastics, and batteries. They contribute to the energy transition by producing and developing materials used in electric vehicles. With 120 colleagues, you will contribute every day to operate, maintain, and improve the factory efficiently and safely. The Botlek location has a General Manager and a management team that leads the SHE, HRM, Finance, Operations, and Technology departments. What is offered:Short communication lines, mutual respect and interest, and celebrate our achievements together. Prioritize giving you every opportunity to develop and improve yourself.They invest in their people and provide various training opportunities. An average of 36 hours per week, meaning every other Friday is off. They encourage your motivation further by facilitating sports activities. Travel reimbursement, health insurance, pension scheme Responsibilities - Using in depth knowledge of environmental matters, the environment & sustainability lead ensures that our factory continues to operate within our permits and applicable laws and regulations. At the same time, the role holder can develop a strategy for a sustainable future for our factory in the areas of energy, air/water emissions, and waste. - Responsible for developing, executing, and promoting the plant's environmental policy. Further elaboration and implementation of the company's sustainability strategy. - A hands on approach that can combine daily practice with a vision/strategy for the future. Understands what is important today (reporting, measurements, monitoring, stakeholder management) and what will be important tomorrow (regulations, objectives, ...). Knows that direct involvement is always necessary on important issues but can also zoom out and maintain an overview. - First point of contact for authorities and for the organization for environmental and sustainability--related questions. Interacts with various stakeholders and can navigate interactions between authorities, (senior) management, and the shop floor. Your Skills - Translating vision and policy into operational execution and concrete objectives and actions. Actively promoting the vision and creating support. - Communicating at all levels within the organization regarding the environment, so that relevant issues are addressed quickly and adequately, for example, through toolbox meetings, training, and written communication. - Providing environmental reports to authorities, such as CBS, NEa (Dutch Emission Authority), competent authority, headquarters, etc. - Identifying, recording, investigating, and reporting unwanted events such as Near Misses and Environmental Non Conformances (ENCs). Introducing corrective measures if necessary and proactively monitoring progress. - Monitoring and continually improving our SHE management systems, such as ISO 14001. - Coordinating and conducting audits and self--assessments to ensure compliance. - Monitoring environmental conditions in the preparation and implementation phase of (investment) projects. - Applying for environmental permits and implementing permit conditions. - Proactively monitoring and complying with: laws and regulations, corporate standards, and location--specific safety and environmental policies. - Translating laws and regulations and corporate policies into location policies and operational execution with concrete objectives and actions. - Preparing, monitoring, and maintaining location--specific procedures and work instructions, emergency plans, and environmental--related documents. - Preparing and monitoring the energy efficiency plan and climate plan. - Securing waste management in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. - Conducting tours and audits on environmental--related topics. - Maintaining and further implementing the sustainability strategy within the organization. - Informing, advising, and collaborating with senior management. Able to take delegated responsibility on behalf of FGM for compliance. Education/Experience - Completed HBO or WO degree (Chemical or Mechanical engineering) with knowledge of or supplemented with Environmental Science (permits, Environmental Management Act) - Five years of relevant work experience in the chemical industry - Practical knowledge/experience in environmental reporting, CO2 emission reporting/trading, ISO 14001, Environmental Management Act and permits, energy efficiency, etc., is a plus - Excellent knowledge of the Dutch and English languages - Good informal and formal communication skills with government authorities - Good knowledge of Microsoft Office programs Vacancy Reference: PR/027046 Vacancy Owner: Ally Bliss | ally.bliss@shirleyparsons.com

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Environmental & Sustainability Coordinator

£30k - 35k per year

High Wycombe

Environmental & Sustainability CoordinatorHigh Wycombe£35,000 basic salary + benefits We are currently working with construction fit out specialist, who have a fantastic opportunity for an Environmental & Sustainability Coordinator to join their Sustainability team.The Environmental & Sustainability Coordinator will be responsible for: Deliver environmental and sustainability support for construction projects; including gathering, managing and reporting product information evidence to demonstrate environmental performance compliance (e.g. for BREEAM/LEED/SKA/WELL assessments and Embodied Carbon & Life Cycle Assessment requirements etc.).Assist with the Net Zero Carbon activities including data collection and management. Help to produce Greenhouse Gas Inventory reports and working on carbon reduction plans and activities.Assist with maintenance and continual improvement of the Group’s ISO 14001 Environmental Management System, including undertaking internal audits and actions to meet and report progress towards annual environmental objectives.Maintain ongoing energy; water; waste; and circular economy data records and assist with data analysis, carbon footprint calculations and preparation of business performance reports.Opportunity to set up; develop; lead; and manage the Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme and activities; and measuring and reporting Social Value (SV).Opportunity to develop, lead and manage the reporting against the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. The Environmental & Sustainability Coordinator will have: A passion for the Sustainability Industry.Experience within the construction industry and working knowledge of BREEAM & LEED.Experience managing and analysing data. Vacancy Reference: PR/027296Vacancy Owner: Emily Swindlehurst | emily.swindlehurst@shirleyparsons.com | (+44) 1296 611321 | (+44) 7773 978 494

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