Environment & Regulatory Affairs Advisor

Accountability

We're looking for an Environment & Regulatory Affairs Advisor, where he/she will feel home in this role:

  • Where you will be advising the organisation in compliance with legal and industry standards for Health, Safety & Environment.

The Environment & Regulatory Affairs Advisor is the focal point for:
• ISO 14001 standard compliance.

  • You support the responsible Task Force on this certification;
  • advice the organisation to maintain and improve the standard requirements and performance;
  • organise and participate in audits;

• Emissions to air and water.

  • You are responsible for registration, administration and reporting,
  • coordinate the emissions measurement and advice on improvements on emission reduction and energy efficiency;

• Environment, Social and Governance (ESG).

  • You will be providing input on this topic to company’s strategy;
  • deliver ESG output and prepare/maintain reasonable assurance for GHG verification;

• Company ESG & Environment Management.

  • You will be maintaining the environmental aspect, impact and compliance register;
  • monitor and report environmental & energy performance and compliance;
  • prepare and revise OPEPs as required by operational activities on Dutch, UK, German and Danish sectors of the North Sea and participate in investigation on environmental incidents;

• Management of Mining Chemical permits.

  • You will be supporting operations by obtaining chemical permits in The Netherlands, UK, Germany and Denmark;
  • maintain and update chemical database and chemical tracking systems;
  • compile annual reports for chemicals to authorities;
  • support data collection for chemical assessment within permit process. 

The successful candidate will be joining the HSE & Permitting Department in Rijswijk, the Netherlands.
This team consists of 8 motivated, experienced and qualified professionals. You'll be reporting to the HSE & Permitting Manager. 

Qualifications

The candidate should have/be:

  • Engineering or Environmental Management Degree (BSc.).
  • 5 – 10 years of work experience, added with a good understanding of environmental regulation.
  • sounds knowledge and a good understanding on environmental and permitting matters related to (offshore) operational activities.
  • ability to interact effectively with other departments and external stakeholders.
  • a team player and are able to contribute in an active group work setting.
  • Strong communication skills, mastering Dutch and English fluently, both written and verbally.