Senior Manager - Billund, Danmark - LEGO Koncernen

    LEGO Koncernen
    LEGO Koncernen Billund, Danmark

    for 1 måned siden

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    Job Description

    Do you have passion for Sustainability Agenda and strong Environmental Assessment skills?

    Take this opportunity to join us and play a meaningful role in helping us achieve our sustainability goals

    Please note that relocation support is not offered for this role.

    Core Responsibilities
    As Senior Manager - Sustainability Assessments you will be responsible for the environmental assessments of materials and new technologies to be screened/developed in future, at different stages of the development (pre-assessment, intermediary and full assessments).

    You will work closely with Procurement and Program Management as an advisor and the corporate function of Sustainability as a sparring partner and input provider. More specifically you will:

    • As a member of the core team in the materials development program, perform environmental assessments based on information shared by material suppliers and technology owners.
    • Perform environmental assessments related to the materials re-use and recycling in LEGO production.
    • Collaborate closely with the Sustainability team to provide operational and application insights to inform guiding principles for sustainable materials assessments.
    • Represent the Materials R&D team in materials development programs with collaboration partners, consortia and at conferences.

    Play your part in our team succeeding
    You will join the Materials Department in the Engineering and Quality organization in Billund. The department is responsible for the materials in LEGO elements: polymers, master-batches and decoration inks.

    The purpose of the department is to develop and maintain robust, safe and high-quality materials for current and new production technologies. The department contributes to the sustainability ambitions of The LEGO Group by developing sustainable materials.

    Do you have what it takes?
    To be successful in this position, we imagine a person experienced in performing LCA's and environmental assessments, who has solid understanding of plastics and chemicals production. You have strong collaboration skills and are able to establish positive relationships with partners and colleagues at all levels. In addition, you bring:

    • Min. 6 years of experience with LCA's and/or environmental assessments, preferably related to chemical processes and consumer products
    • Min. 6 years of experience with working in a production organization
    • Ideally, experience with working in the chemical industry
    • Strong communication skills, ability to develop professional communication material for senior leadership and bridge dialogue between business areas
    • Proficiency in English written and spoken

    What's in it for you?
    Here are some of what to expect:

    • Family Care Leave – We offer enhanced paid leave options for those important times.
    • Insurances – All colleagues are covered by our life and disability insurance which provides protection and peace of mind.
    • Wellness – We want you to be your best self, so you'll have access to the Headspace App and lots of wellbeing initiatives and programmes run by local teams where you are based.
    • Colleague Discount – We know you'll love to build so from day 1 you will qualify for our generous colleague discount.
    • Bonus – We do our best work to succeed together. When goals are reached and if eligible, you'll be rewarded through our bonus scheme.
    • Your workplace – When you join the team you'll be assigned a primary workplace location i.e. one of our Offices, stores or factories. Our hybrid work policy means an average of 3 days per week in the office. The hiring team will discuss the policy and role eligibility with you during the recruitment process.

    Children are our role models. Their curiosity, creativity and imagination inspire everything we do. We strive to create a diverse, dynamic and inclusive culture of play at the LEGO Group, where everyone feels safe, valued and they belong.

    The LEGO Group is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity and equal pay regardless of e.g. race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or gender identity.

    The LEGO Group is fully committed to Children's Rights and Child Wellbeing across the globe. Candidates offered positions with high engagement with children are required to take part in Child Safeguarding Background Screening, as a condition of the offer.

    Thank you for sharing our global commitment to Children's Rights.

    Just imagine building your dream career.
    Then make it real.
    Join the LEGO team today.

    • Location
      Billund, Denmark
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    • Category
      Communications & Corporate Affairs