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CV, Waste Management Professional Looking Globally

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 22146

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Short Bio:

I am a hard working lolyal person who can work alone or lead a large team to ensure all tasks are completed

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map



Preferred Sector of Employment: 

General Management

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I am a hardworking and reliable person, who enjoys working with others as well as independently. I am always willing to learn new skills and take criticisms to ensure that my work is completed to an excellent standard. I am able to work under pressure to ensure that deadlines and budgets are met. I’m currently In charge of 12 HWRC & TS sites, with 60 members of staff. I feel I have a good working relationship with all members of staff and the clients from municipal contracts.


COTC Level 3 (CA3) Level 4 (4TSH) (Valid -2016)

H & S for managers,

IOSH Managing Safely,


CPC in house driver trainer, and Working towards my full CPC.

360 & Shovel loading certificated.

Lgv class 2.


I’m very hand’s on and able to deal with the staff on a level basis. If any problems arise I will listen to both sides and then make a decision rather than jumping in without the facts.

For the past 15 years I worked very closely with ABC & KCC and I feel that I have an excellent working relationship with both of the clients. I believe that the way I have worked with the clients has helped me to strive forward within my role at Biffa.

I’m able to deliver a high quality of service while keeping within budget & making sure that all KPI’s are meet, also ensuring that the company’s health & safety policies & procedures are adhered to.

Over the past fifteen years I have been sent to various locations all over the country on contract start-ups. This is to assist with the driver training & office training and making sure that all members off staff are fully aware of all the company procedures.

Career Summary

Biffa (previously UK Waste)

Site Supervisor promoted to Multi-Site Supervisor promoted to Operations Manager

May 2000 I joined UK Waste as the site supervisor in Folkestone HHWS. In August 2001 Biffa brought out UK waste and I was offered the job as Site’s supervisor over the Ashford & Folkestone HHWS. While looking after the sites I also became involved with the Ashford street cleansing contract. As time passed the depot manager was moved into a senior support role looking after various sites throughout the south of England. I was then promoted to Operations Manager which left me to run the street cleansing contract and the Kent CA contract. In 2011 the company acquired Greenstar I then took over another seven sites in various locations throughout the south east. In June of 2013 KCC built / opened a new transfer station in Ashford, this is another area of the business that I look after. July 2013 we were invited (Biffa) to step in as emergency cover at the Enfield HWRC, due to the client not being happy with the present company. Within the first month me and my team made a very positive impact on the site to which was praised very highly by the client.

• Recycling rate 65-75% all sites meeting target over the course of the year

• Rotate staff between jobs to ensure they are all multi-skilled and in touch with the whole workings of the operation.

• Working closely with the Site Foremen and Supervisors to ensure they have the required tools to undertake the job

• Site visits twice a week to ensure interaction at all levels, working on sites on occasion to ensure keeping Intouch with the shop floor and monitor compliance

• Set up traffic management plans on sites and trained the operatives to educate the public and encourage pre- segregation prior to visit to reduce time required on site.

• Consulting council on ways to improve recycling rates and altering strategy according to market prices

• P&L reporting for a 3 Million pound budget

• 12 HWRC sites and three Transfer stations – 60 staff.

• Excellent working relationship with Council

• Consistently been under budget for last 7 years

• Implemented Bradford system reducing absence

• RAMS, accident investigation, toolbox talks

• CAPEX submissions – site equipment (most recently Food Waste container)

• 24 K per Annam saved on food haulage alone with in the first month of taking on the Ashford transfer station contract.