Tropo Farms Ltd is seeking to recruit a Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator.
Practice safe working techniques and re-enforce the safety policies, guidelines, and procedures as set out by the Company.
Provide daily guidance and direction in EHS programs at the employee / supervisor level to ensure a common and effective approach;
Responsible for assisting in the identification of possible losses; evaluating the risk in such loss exposure; developing and implementing a plan to correct or prevent a loss and audit the plan to ensure its effectiveness.
Ensure that contractor personnel working on the property are in compliance with Company policies and safety requirements.
Maintain and update as needed SOP’s for all safe work practices and equipment and utilize them in the day to day training.
Provide advice, assist, and audit line management to ensure that effective EHS is implemented and working.
Perform and contribute to the Training Plans by conducting employee orientations; emergency response training; and coordination of modular training programs for the Operation.
Ensure inspections by regulatory agencies are coordinated and deficiencies minimized and corrected. Coordinate with Senior Management, Production and General Manager on facility deficiencies and monthly safety inspections.
Maintain all logs and documentation associated with permits and regulatory requirements;
Assist with maintaining the Preparedness and Emergency Plans & Procedures.
Responsible for coordinating regulatory programs and its applications and help support the compliance process; supporting and providing relief for the environmental department.
Accountable for researching and writing permit applications and work with environmental protection agency and be compliant in completing permit reporting requirements.
Review accidents and incidents which occur in the area of responsibility and conduct field audits, reporting and managing the corrective actions.
Maintain filing systems regarding worker training and safety;
Maintain working relationships with Regulatory Agencies and chair or co- chair and lead the Safety Committee for the Operation.
Manage Team Base Risk Assessments and the process and regularly conduct training needs analysis.
Lead the Emergency Response Team and comply with all Company policies and procedures.
In addition to the above responsibilities, you will carry out such other duties as the Company reasonably directs from time to time.
Qualification Required & Experience
Educated to degree level or relevant experience in a field relevant to the job.
Extensive knowledge of environmental issues in the context of Ghana’s regulatory framework and Environmental Protection.
Familiarity with construction development and project management of construction projects
Relevant knowledge and experience of safety and environmental issues and initiatives
http://www.fairtradeafrica.net/about-us/jobs-and-volunteering/. Completed applications should be saved in the applicant’s name, and the position “Cocoa Project Team Leader” stating country of interest i.e. Ghana or Cote d’Ivoire.
All applicants should state how they meet essential requirements of the post and include their email address, telephone contacts and three referees with contact details on the application form and email to email@example.com.
If you have any queries, please call +254 202721930/+233 (0) 24 3866854/ +233 (0) 20 9196075 and ask to speak to a member of the HR team.
Qualified applicants will be subjected to background checks as condition of employment
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The Country Program Manager consultant will lead WCF’s efforts to implement Cocoa and Forest Initiative (CFI) in Ghana. The consultant will provide direct technical support particularly on cocoa productivity, agroforestry, community development and program monitoring to the CFI company signatories to develop and implement their CFI action plans. The consultant will work with CFI companies bilaterally and facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogues with government, NGO, donor and other partners to build partnerships, identify co-financing opportunities (particularly
REDD+), and facilitate a landscape approach to implementation. The consultant will ensure that company CFI actions align with national priorities and platforms. The consultant will participate on behalf of WCF in meetings with government, donor and other stakeholders, as well as other relevant meetings, conferences and workshops in country. The consultant will provide support in the monitor CFI company actions and report to WCF on a quarterly basis. The Program Manager consultant will also provide support in the execution of the Climate-Smart Cocoa Program (CSC) in Ghana, and ensuring alignment with CFI.
This position is based in Ghana and will coordinate their work with the Regional Program Manager, CFI & CSC (Accra), the Country Program Manager for Côte d’Ivoire, and report to the Director of Environment (Washington, DC). Applicants must be authorized to work in Ghana. This is a locally recruited position. This is a full-time consultancy with an immediate start date and will end July 31, 2020. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Coordinate and support all private sector efforts on the Framework for Action for Ghana, ensuring alignment with the National Implementation Plan.
Support the design, organization and facilitation of a consultative process to develop a strategy for the CFI in Ghana.
Serve as the project’s key liaison in Ghana with government counterparts, private sector stakeholders, subcontractors, academic institutions, and other local partners to exchange information and develop professional relationships.
Identify new opportunities to test and promote climate-smart and sustainable cocoa agroforestry and forest management. Undertake monitoring and learning in ongoing pilots.
Collaborate and build alignment with existing platforms in Ghana, relevant to CFI and CSC (e.g. deforestation monitoring, landscape approaches, conservation) and work on alignment with international platforms and with the teams in Côte d’Ivoire and the US.
Provide technical and other needed support for companies and partners to implement planned activities across all projects in a timely manner in collaboration with Regional Program Manager, CFI & CSC, the WCF team in Côte d’Ivoire, US and also a CSC Program Manager based in Central America.
Support the work of CFI Technical Working Groups and Task Forces, in collaboration with partners.
Track program budget under the direction of the Regional Program Manager, CFI & CSC.
Provide regular (monthly and quarterly) reports including financials and weekly updates on the status of CFI and CSC activities, progress against workplan and key indicator tracking.
Co-author quarterly reports to headquarters.
Under guidance of WCF, engage when necessary in dialogue with donors in Ghana.
Assist in new business development with in-country and international donors.
Minimum Master’s Degree in International Development, Agricultural Economics, Agriculture or Forestry,
Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management or any other relevant subject.
Five or more years of relevant experience in project implementation and/or partnership facilitation.
Experience in agriculture development, preferably cocoa production and value-chain work.
Experience working on (agro)forestry, forest and carbon finance (i.e. REDD+), landscape conservation, social and environmental safeguards, and/or other environment related issues would be a major asset.
Experience with multi-stakeholder platforms, participatory processes and innovation platforms greatly appreciated.
Significant experience working in Ghana, including collaborating with higher management levels of public and private sector partners and/or civil society organizations.
Experience in Côte d’Ivoire or in the West-African cocoa region appreciated.
Demonstrated experience in all phases of monitoring and evaluation processes, including the use of data and results to improve program quality.
Excellent pro-active communication and negotiation skills, credible ambassador with diverse stakeholders, team player showing initiative.
Willingness to work with many different stakeholders, teams and donors within a complicate institutional landscape.
Ability to work well under pressure with interruptions and challenging deadlines, ability to work in an international professional work environment with minimal support infrastructure.
Strong writing, speaking and presentation skills in English.
Ability to travel to travel extensively and on short notice throughout Ghana and also ability to travel periodically to Côte d’Ivoire.
How To Apply For The Job
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