About the Company
Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is one of the world’s largest wine companies, listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). The Company has a rich heritage and a portfolio of some of the most recognized and awarded wine brands in the world, including Penfolds, Pepperjack, Wynns, Beaulieu Vineyard, Beringer, Wolf Blass, 19 Crimes, Matua, Chateau St Jean, Sterling Vineyards, Gabbiano, Lindeman’s and Rawson’s Retreat. TWE is focused on portfolio premiumization and brand-led marketing, with world-class production facilities in internationally recognized wine regions. The Company sources grapes from a mix of owned, leased and third-party vineyards. Employing approximately 3,400 winemakers, viticulturists, sales, marketing, distribution and support staff across the globe, TWE’s wine is sold in more than 100 countries around the world. Learn more about Treasury Wine Estates at www.tweglobal.com
This role is the key resource to provide sites with interpretations of regulatory requirements and strategies that will support regulatory compliance while leveraging efficiencies and business model constraints.
Health and Safety
- Drives Risk Management process assigning, tracking and supporting the risk assessment and Management of Change processes.
- Periodically analyses the H&S system for effectiveness, compliance and areas for improvement.
- Oversees the management of all corrective actions related to H&S. Verifies that sites are managing their corrective actions and are closing them in a timely manner and that corrections fix the issue(s) identified.
- Drives continuous improvement initiatives and culture to improve operational practices
- Leads and assists with the formulation of ideas to improve H&S and efficiencies at the site
- Identifies new and emerging issues related to health, safety and environmental compliance and sustainability and provides recommendations to the business regarding how to address these items.
- Identifies, priorities and implements risk mitigation measures and efficiencies
Technology and Systems
- Identifies new and innovative solutions for technology related to efficiencies and sustainability
- Works with key stakeholders to run trials and implement projects around new technologies identified
- Follows up on and manage planned initiatives (measure outcome, timing and cost savings) Optimizes Continuous Improvement programs such as 5S.
- Ensures capital and operational HSE projects are managed efficiently and cost effectively in partnership with Winery Operations
- Looks for innovative ways to further reduce costs related to existing processes and procedures (i.e., energy savings, water savings, etc.)
Ensure effective communication at all levels, internally and externally
- Fosters collaboration across functional groups to deliver key safety and environmental projects.
- Ensures a close relationship with Supply Support departments and TWE supply operations.
- Acts on every opportunity to increase learning at all levels, including individual, team and global safety and environmental initiatives.
- Encourages people to maintain integrity in communication (clarity, openness, consistency).
- Develops and maintain constructive relationships and communication processes with all employees and outside parties (community, suppliers, contractors, and regulatory bodies).
- Provides and seeks effective feedback (positive and negative).
Qualifications & Experience
- Bachelor’s Degree or higher
- Knowledge of regulatory compliance
- Degree or thorough work experience supporting Health, Safety and Environment knowledge base
- Minimum of 7 years of experience in Health, Safety and Environmental Compliance and Sustainability roles
- Thorough knowledge and experience with Local, State, and Federal environmental regulations, laws, and reporting requirements.
- Alcohol beverage industry experience desirable. California wine production experience preferred.
- Interaction with managers (up and down)
- Experience working with external government agencies.
- Knowledge of relevant CA environmental standards, regulations, and legislation
- Facility engineering, support and maintenance experience a plus.
- Significant facilitation and training experience and good interpersonal skills; collaborative approach.
- Ability to plan and implement the plan; self-starter with a sense of urgency.
- Sound time management skills and the ability to manage differing projects at the same time.
- A desire for action, having the energy and drive to progress projects to conclusion.