Security, Facilities and EHS Manager
As a Security, Facilities, and EHS Manager, you will be responsible for all aspects of organization security and physical risk prevention (for example fire safety), ensuring business activities are carried out in a secure environment. You will also act as a partner to business management formulating EHS plans, and you will also consult, design, develop, implement and oversee the organization’s environmental health and safety programs and procedures to safeguard employees and surrounding communities and to ensure that all facilities are in compliance with regulations
Essential Job Responsibilities
Leading and coordinating outsourced security team, investigations, background checks, product security, anti-parallel trade operations and security of field staff.
Protection of staff, company property and assets by organizing effective and efficient physical security.
Maintain close liaison and work closely with, the security service provider to provide effective and cost-efficient security services.
Develop effective communication with and develop a working relationship with external organizations such as the Intelligence Agencies, Law Enforcement Departments and the Police.
Responsible for conducting risk analysis for the sites, particularly with respect to level of crime, terrorism, workplace violence, threats from natural and manmade disasters, writing review reports, reviewing findings, and making cost effective recommendations to the management.
Maintains knowledge of current security issues and security technology and update management on risk and threat that could impact company business.
Coordinating outsourced cleaning and canteen services
Managing processing of guests
Managing postal, courier services and office provisions,
Fleet management, ensure adequate maintenance of GSK vehicles
Ensure maintenance of GSK building and facilities
Incident reporting, training, implementation of 12 Life Saving Rules, OSHA compliance, driver safety program
Support the GMs and Leadership team to develop and deploy programs to effectively manage environment, health, and safety risks of the GSK Pharma commercial operations.
Manage EHS systems (control framework) and apply mechanisms to periodically review its effectiveness aimed at continual improvement
Overall responsibility for EHS Functions across the commercial operations, with specific responsibility (Duty Holder) for – occupational hygiene, emergency management, environmental sustainability, Health & Wellness etc.
Lead the implementation of EHS projects, in relation to hazard identification and risk management and provide technical EHS support.
First Degree or Higher National Diploma preferably in Security Studies, Environmental Sciences, Occupational Health and Safety, Safety Engineering or other related areas.
Hold relevant professional qualifications in any of the above areas
Sound knowledge of local EHS regulatory requirements.
Minimum of 3-5years of active Security and EHS management
Facility management experience will be an added advantage.
Experience with working closely with senior stakeholders.
Excellent communication and facilitation skills.
Sound knowledge of MS office tools for performance reporting and analysis.
Sound Knowledge of accident investigation and root cause analysis.
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About GlaxoSmithKline Plc (GSK)
We are a science-led global healthcare company that researches and develops a broad range of innovative products in three primary areas of pharmaceuticals, vaccines and consumer healthcare. As one of the few healthcare companies researching both medicines and vaccines for the World Health Organization’s three priority diseases - HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, we are very proud to have developed some of the leading global medicines in these fields. Our product portfolio also includes a range of consumer brands, many of which are household names around the world, including Sensodyne, Aquafresh, Horlicks, Panadol and Tums. Specialties Pharmaceutical products, Vaccines, Consumer healthcare products