For our client OCI Fertlizers we are looking for a Environmental and Regulatory Affairs Manager
OCI Fertlizers produces and supplies nitrogen fertilizers in many countries across the globe. With 50% of today’s food production depending on the use of fertilizers, we contribute to a world which is capable of feeding its population. Besides we produce a variety of chemical products serving industrial markets. OCI Fertilizers owns and operates nitrogen fertilizer plants and industrial product plants in the Netherlands, the United States, Egypt and Algeria and has an international distribution platform spanning from the Americas to Asia. OCI Fertilizers ranks among the world’s top fertilizer producers with a fertilizer capacity of nearly 7 million metric tons. We are the largest merchant methanol producer in the United States. Our melamine production facilities are the world’s largest with a total capacity of 200 kilotons per annum. OCI Fertilizers is a part of OCI NV, the Netherlands, listed on the AEX NYSE in Amsterdam.
OCI’s strategy focuses on strong growth of its fertilizer activities. In order to professionalize, integrate, derive synergies and capture the potential value of the business and to facilitate further expansion all fertilizer units will grow towards one fertilizer company with aligned strategies, policies and objectives. This will also be the case in the field of Health, Safety and Environmental topics. The E&RA Manager will deliver a vital contribution to the development and implementation of the environmental strategies, policies and programs that promote sustainable operations. He or she will work together with the different sites/units to initiate improvements and ensuring compliance with (national) environmental legislation. Concerning regulatory affairs the E&RA Manager acts as a link between the company and regulatory authorities, ensuring that products are manufactured and distributed in compliance with appropriate legislation. The E&RA Manager will have a high degree of autonomy.
– Bachelor / Master degree (chemical/process) engineering or related) with emphasis on environment
– At least 10 years’ experience in an industrial environment (preferably process industry)
– Knowledge of relevant legislations, requirements and standards (including auditing)
– Proven leadership in Regulatory Affairs & Environmental management
– Highly developed interpersonal communication skills and cultural sensitivity
– International working experience and willingness to travel frequently
We offer a challenging job with lots of opportunities for personal input and growth in an international and dynamic environment. Terms and conditions of employment as well as fringe benefits are up to market standards.
Salary depends on experience and qualifications.