Systems and Compliance Graduate
graduate scheme

Systems and Compliance Graduate

Job description

Recycling and Integrated Assets

The Systems and Compliance Graduate works at a site-specific level reporting to the Lead Unit Manager to provide hands on support to Site Unit Managers. Taking responsibility to ensure that all relevant control systems, as set out in the company’s management system, are in place and maintained.

The role will facilitate and support the MRFs by implementing and maintaining compliance requirements and legal obligations through audits, reporting and gap analysis and the implementation of best practice. The successful graduate will also ensure standardisation of systems across the MRF assets and assist in developing and improving the use of SharePoint where required.

Through overseeing control systems, the Systems and Compliance Graduate will prevent or deal with non-conformities and develop a continuous improvement approach throughout.

For your hard work and commitment, we offer a competitive salary and rewards package inclusive of optional contributory health care and pension schemes.

This is an exciting time to join a fast-growing company and be part of how we shape the future.

What we are looking for

You’ll be a strong and articulate communicator, able to liaise with stakeholders at all levels internally and externally; self-motivated, resilient and dynamic member of our team able to work and deliver under pressure. You’ll have strong relationship building skills with an ability to influence where required. Strong IT and Microsoft Office skills are required for the role along with an ability to learn new systems and report effectively and accurately.

Advanced data manipulation and analysis skills would be preferable but not essential, as would knowledge of the waste management industry.


As our new Systems and Compliance graduate, you’ll have achieved your degree by October 2019, preferably in environmental or science based subjects, demonstrating your analytical ability also. You’ll have demonstrable knowledge of relevant environmental and health and safety regulations and standards.

Accepted degree subjects


How to apply

Applications close at 5.30pm on closing date. Assessments and selection process will take place between June and August 2019. Our intake date will be early October 2019.

If you want to work within in a team-orientated and collaborative environment, for a company that strives to be environmentally, socially and economically sustainable, click Apply.

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 01/06/2019

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Closing date: Continuous recruitment


Additional job details

LocationCrayford · Milton Keynes
Additional location informationThere may be a requirement to travel to our other sites across the UK therefore a full UK driving license is essential.


Working hoursFull-time

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