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Environmental and Process Safety Data and Digital Analyst



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Posted on Saturday, February 3, 2024

Job Title: Environmental and Process Safety Data and Digital Analyst

Business Function: Safety, Health & Environment

Location: UK , NL


Be part of a team that is responsible for driving an exciting agenda to deliver our Unilever commitments:

  • Zero emissions in our operations by 2030

  • implement water stewardship programs in 100 locations in water-stressed areas by 2030;

  • Halve food waste in our operations by 2025

  • Maintain zero waste to landfill in our factories

  • Phase out high impact refrigerants

  • Process safety risk reduction

The focus of this position is to contribute to building increased transparency of our performance against sustainability, environmental and process safety metrics through accurate data reporting to internal and external customers and to identify and establish platforms that digitize the information flow.

The role requires digital and analytic skills as well as broad understanding of related issues, with particular reference to manufacturing and supply chain. The applicant should have a sound understanding of data platform infrastructures & methodologies as well as experience in working with cross functional teams and be a confident communicator and influencer.


Key Accountabilities:

  • Data reporting accuracy:

    • Guided by the manager, work with cluster teams to ensure data is reported accurately and within required timelines

    • Investigate options to harmonise and automate the data sources

    • Create processes and governance to minimize reporting errors

    • Participate in data preparation for external audits

    • Run comparison analysis to identify outliers in data reporting and follow up on error correction and root cause analysis

  • Data transparency and visualization:

    • Provide timely and accurate reporting on KPIs to internal stakeholders

    • Contribute to development of dashboards using platforms such as Power BI

    • Contribute to defining meaningful KPIs and targets to drive performance

    • Support preparation of data sets for external audit purposes

    • Understand the end-to-end flow of information between data platforms and functional groups

  • Support stakeholders to use the data meaningfully to guide strategic decision making, and act as a key business partner to Environment and sustainability and Process Safety program leads

  • Stay up to date with latest external best practice on sustainability data reporting


Professional Skills:


  • Relevant data & analytics skills, with an innate curiosity on the topic

  • Awareness of Environmental, sustainability and process safety issues

  • Solid understanding of Unilever’s climate and nature commitments

  • Attention to detail and a high standard of work

  • Project management skills, especially in delivery of digital / system solutions.

  • Keeps the ‘bigger picture’ in mind while close to the detail

  • Ability to communicate and influence virtually across diverse geographies and functions.

  • A good understanding of manufacturing operations

Experience Required:


  • Experience working with large and complex data sets

  • At least 2 years experience in a manufacturing environment

  • High proficiency in Excel, Word, Power Point, Power BI;


  • A STEM graduate, preferably within a relevant area (data science, sustainability, environmental, engineering)

  • ESG reporting and disclosure experience

  • Project management tools and Engineering experience

  • Experience working with diverse groups at a global level

  • Delivering outcomes that contribute to a sustainable business, through x-functional teams.

  • Experience working with Microsoft Azure and SQL databases

  • Experience driving continuous improvement in a manufacturing environment.


About Unilever

Unilever is one of the world’s leading suppliers of Food, Home and Personal Care products with sales in over 190 countries and reaching 2 billion consumers a day. Unilever has more than 400 brands found in homes around the world, including Dove, Tresemme, Lynx, Lifebuoy, Shea Moisture, Persil, Domestos, Ben & Jerry’s, Magnum, Marmite, The Vegetarian Butcher, Graze and Pot Noodle.

Faced with the challenge of climate change and the need for human development, we want to move towards a world where everyone can live well and within the natural limits of the planet. That’s why our purpose is ‘to make sustainable living commonplace’

What We Offer

Not only do we offer a competitive salary and pension scheme, we also offer an annual bonus, subsidised gym membership, a discounted staff shop and shares. You’ll have the opportunity to work directly with our renowned and exciting brands in a flexible and hybrid working environment.

Whilst the role is advertised on a full-time basis, we would be happy to discuss possible flexible working options and what this may look like for you. We are a key advocate of wellbeing and offer a variety of support for our people including hubs, programmes and development opportunities. We strive to achieve a family-friendly and inclusive workplace and to, above all, create possibilities for all.

Diversity at Unilever is about inclusion, embracing differences, creating possibilities, and growing together for better business performance. We want to push boundaries, and have the flexibility needed to keep adapting in an ever-changing, more dynamic world. This means giving full and fair consideration to all applicants, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership, and pregnancy and maternity.

As part of your hiring journey, we are happy to support requests for reasonable adjustments, to improve your recruitment experience.

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