Part-time Site Assurance Officer - Flexible working options
From Arthur Guinness to Johnnie Walker, our business was founded on people of great character, and in 250 years, nothing’s changed. We’re the world’s leading premium alcohol company. Our brands are industry icons. And our success is thanks to the strength of our people, in every role. It’s why we trust them with our legacy. And it’s why we reward them with the career-defining opportunities that they deserve.
About the role
As a Site Assurance Officer within our hardworking team at Leven you’ll play a pivotal role in the effective management and protection of all company assets across the Leven site operation, thus preventing any unauthorized access to site and to prevent acts of theft, arson, vandalism and product contamination.
You’ll maintain security standards through the implementation of departmental operating procedures and work instructions.
You’ll lead on ensuring site security by conducting random searches, scheduled patrols and act as a superuser on CCTV and CCure access control systems.
Be responsible for fire drills including alarm tests and site evacuation.
Be responsible for the training and supervision of Security Officers and will coordinate first aid as the need arises.
You’ll manage contractors and carry out site inductions and update site-specific rules for contractors and visitors as required.
You'll apply customs and excise scheme of control including conducting random checks and performing site audits.
Responsible for supervising Health & Safety and Security arrangements during foot patrols and undertake building inspections outside normal working hours (to check for leaks and security breaches and ensure Health & Safety compliance).
Health and safety compliance is key and you’ll be at the forefront of making sure this is supervised alongside other Key Performance Indicators and targets including security, environmental and HMRC requirements.
We’re looking for someone who can work well within a team as well as the ability to make effective decisions and thrive in situations where they can solve problems!
You’ll be focused and professional in your work approach, adopt change and take ownership for driving local improvement initiatives.
You’ll be able to push forward your own ideas about improvements to current approaches and appraise new opportunities. You’ll have the drive to make a positive difference to manufacturing excellence and show your excellent communication skills!
You'll be working alongside both internal and external partners as a first point of contact in order to achieve individual and shared outcomes.
You’ll have or be willing to work towards a valid First Aid qualification.
Please note that due to the nature of this role candidates must be of the age that allows them to drive fleet vehicles and a full clean driving licence is necessary.
Celebrating our inclusive and diverse culture is core to Diageo’s purpose of “celebrating life every day everywhere”. This purpose is, in itself, inclusive in nature, as it values everybody irrespective of background, disability, religion, gender identity, sexuality or ethnicity.
We know that for our business to thrive and for Diageo to realize its ambition, we depend on having diverse talent with a range of backgrounds, skills and capabilities in each of the 180 countries in which we operate and to reflect our broad consumer base. We view diversity as one of the key enablers that helps our business to grow and our values, purpose and standards set the conditions for us to respect the unique contribution each person brings.
Flexibility is key to success in our business and many of our staff work flexibly in many different ways, including part-time, compressed hours, flexible location. Please talk to us about what flexibility means to you and don’t let anything stop you from applying.
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