Collections & Cleansing Supervisor

| Competitive Salary plus Benefits

Employer: FCC Environment
Sector/Specialism: Environmental

Main purpose and scope of job
The Collections Supervisor is responsible for; the health and safety of staff, contractors to site and visitors to site, the minimisation of impact to the environment whilst working within the site, delivering customer expectations in terms of service and product quality, and operating site in an efficient and effective manner in line with the annual budget.
Supervision of Collection Services.

Duties and key responsibilities - Operational
Carry out Team Briefings (Weekly)
Carry out Gate Checks/Spot Checks on all Waste Collection vehicles
Monitor Health and Safety through Behavioural Safety Visits with all crews
Monitor Sickness and Absence through Back to work Interviews
Carry out licence checks quarterly
Carry out contractor control
Carry out Investigations Accident/Workplace/Disciplinary/Client in the absence of the Senior Supervisor
Chair Disciplinary Meetings where required
Carry out Job Interviews where required
Ensure Training for workforce is delivered and carry out training including TBT’s monthly-Safety/Environmental Alerts where required
Carry out joint visits and inspections with the client
Opening and closing the depot where required
Plan daily work through CMS (Sickness/Holidays/Training/Vehicle availability)
Book Hire vehicles
Issue and receipt of Driver log books/Near Miss reports/ Uniform/SHE equipment
Carry out Emergency drills in line with Contract requirements
Carry out depot inspections in line with Contract requirements
When required, carry out before and after use checks on vehicles and plant equipment
Attend meetings as and when required
Monitor Vehicle parking
Plan and implement additional cover for special events
Plan vehicle wash programme
Any other duties which may fall in general description of this post

Supervisory Core Skills
Use of IT (Microsoft Office/CMS/Safeguard)
Clean Driving Licence
LGV licence would be an advantage
CPC Driver Training would be an advantage
Previous experience as a Supervisor is desirable

Essential Knowledge
• Satisfactory completion of the relevant Competency Management System modules.
• Completion of all other training as defined within the Training Matrix.
• Good local knowledge.

Personal attributes and other requirements
Safety conscious at all times
Diligent with a keen eye for detail
Keen to learn and take on a challenge
Self-motivated with the attitude to succeed
To work within defined timescales to complete service
To work as part of a team
To act on own initiative but listen to the advice of others
Communicate with workforce, peers, management and all levels with the client
An awareness of transport legislation
Excellent time keeping is essential
To have a professional approach to the role
Flexibility with working hours, some weeks of being on call will be expected

Any other reasonable request.