Environmental Officer


An Environmental Officer is required for a full-time role at our Llanybydder site in Carmarthenshire, who will be responsible for all environmental concerns across the whole site.

The Role
  • Full compliance of the site NRW licence and all the related communication with relevant external bodies
  • Controlling the operation, performance, cost, reporting and resourcing of the onsite Effluent Treatment Plant
  • Leading the site energy and resource team to achieve energy, water and carbon reduction targets, through measuring, analysis and reporting activities.
  • Capturing all relevant data relating to effluent, energy, water, waste and sustainability measures; and formatting such to form KPI’s and EnPI’s for reporting.
  • Maintain and improve ISO50001 Energy management and ISO140001 Environmental Management System on site.
  • Complete site energy/environmental audits to identify opportunities for improvement and improve climate change resilience.
  • Co-ordinate all waste management practices on site in line with group goals
  • Liaise with wider group environmental team on upcoming sustainability projects and strategies
  • Promote and manage excellent relationships with suppliers and other service partners, i.e. contractors etc.


The Person
  • A relevant 3rd level Environmental/Engineering qualification (preferably B.Sc.\B.E. degree in engineering) or similar.
  • 1-3 years’ experience in a similar food industry role
  • Audit experience and comfortable to deal with governing bodies
  • Team player capable of working in a large operational team
  • A good knowledge of mechanical, electrical and environmental engineering techniques, managing large amounts of data, report writing, and legislation.
  • Excellent IT skills, including proficient use of MS Office suite, particularly excel.
  • Excellent communication skills with fluent English.
  • The ability to work as both part of a team and independently is essential.
  • Access to own vehicle and Full UK Driving Licence Desired.


How to apply 

Please send your CV detailing how you meet the above criteria to sian.williams@dunbia.com


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