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HSE Specialist

As part of Hydrovolt, you will join an exciting industrial start-up with strong owners and high ambitions. The European battery industry is on the rise and Norway is one of the key markets with its world leading share of electric vehicles. In 2022 Hydrovolt open the first recycling facility in Europe which will raise the bar and change the battery recycling industry forever. We now seek to build a world class team of people who is inspired by change, innovation, and circularity.

As Health, Safety and Environment Manager you will develop and structure our strong sustainability vision into practice. You will have an important role in the development of the company and be given the opportunity to join a start-up team in one of the most exciting and fast growing industries today.

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Ensuring compliance with all HSE legislation.
  • Preparing for and then ensuring certification for ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001.
  • Identifying gaps when present, performing the necessary risk analyses, and ensuring that an action plan is both developed and executed on time.
  • Monitoring compliance to policies and law.
  • Regular reporting on health and safety awareness, issues, and statistics.
  • Support permit application processes.

You are creative and flexible, allowing you to figure out how to solve problems in the least burdensome, expedient manner. The ability to build trust, inspire others, and gather agreement is a critical "soft skill" essential to success.

Apply with CV in English or your complete LinkedIn profile.

Full time employment, fixed salary.
Planned starting date is ASAP.

Skills & Requirements

We believe that you have :

  • A relevant university degree.
  • 5+ years working experience in HSE In Norway. (this is not negotiable), and good working knowledge of Norwegian health and safety legislation.
  • Experience in working cross-functionally with different departments.
  • Excellent English written and oral skills.

Bonus points for:

  • Fluency in other languages, specifically German.
  • Experience from a multi-cultural environment.

About the company

The world needs clean batteries and we need a plan for what to do with them end-of life. We need to recover the materials and use them in new batteries or other products – and not produce waste.

The Swedish battery making company Northvolt, and the energy and aluminium company Hydro from Norway have now come together to create the joint venture Hydrovolt, which is building Europe’s largest electric car battery recycling facility in Fredrikstad, Norway. The battery recycling plant is situated just next to and will work hand in glove with Batteriretur, the company that collects used batteries in Norway.

Andre Hellström | Contact Person

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