Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity


Bilsthorpe, Nottinghamshire, England


  • A competitive salary in a growing company committed to our people.
  • 29 days holiday incl. bank holidays.
  • Holidays increase with length of service.
  • Pension contributions.
  • Health scheme benefits.
  • Life Insurance (x 3 times salary).
  • Free on-site parking.

Enva is a full-service and leading provider of recycling and resource recovery solutions, with locations across the United Kingdom and Ireland. 

We have a new opportunity for the Transport Supervisor to join our National Transport Team.

Transport Supervisor - The Role:

To oversee and manage efficient day to day operational aspects of transports department. Coordinate, with a hands-on approach, and ensure consistent priorities and performance.  Ensure effective communication between Bilsthorpe and other Specialist England sites and contribute towards “best for business” approach. To ensure that daily tasks are completed, while maintaining high standards of health and safety. Contribute towards any projects within the transport department.

Transport Supervisor - Key Responsibilities:

  • Responsibility for performance and review of operational procedures and risk assessments.
  • Maintain all Transport departmental SSoW and Risk assessments in partnership with the Fleet Compliance Manager and SHEQ Manager and ensure these are reviewed as per company process.
  • Perform internal audits as required.
  • To review departmental near misses in order to establish and implement learning and best practices.
  • To investigate all departmental accidents/incidents/ RTA ensuring final reports are distributed to the Transport & SHEQ Managers where required.
  • Maintaining and improving department performance levels to maximise efficiency in line with departments KPI's.
  • Plan, execute, review and manage all training requirements for the Transport Driver Team including the design of driver training material that evolves in line with legislation and company requirements. 
  • Regularly conduct annual driver assessments including performance reviews, where necessary arrange additional training.
  • Ensure all drivers remain legal in regard driver licence checks etc and that training records are maintained to ensure drivers remain operationally available to the company at all times.
  • Monitor and manage vehicle telematics and driver Tachograph using company systems.
  • Monitor driver hour’s records ensuring all drivers operate within their legal obligations, address as required with drivers regarding infringements.
  • Support the Fleet Compliance Manager in regard vehicle maintenance and driver education in line with Operator licence requirements.
  • Ensure all transport department vehicle equipment is maintained and checked regularly to minimise operational downtime.  
  • Communicate company standards to staff at all levels, monitor and enforce.

Knowledge, Training, Experience, Technical and Personal Skills:


  • Proactive and safety focused approach.
  • Good people manager, proven experience of leading Transport Driver Team.
  • Good understanding of “O” licence obligations and regulations.
  • Excellent knowledge of EU driver hour regulation.
  • Hands on and methodical, organised with attention to detail.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Positive and motivated with flexible and adaptable attitude.
  • Highly organised with the ability to prioritise effectively and to plan and manage own agenda.
  • Logical in approach with the ability to analyse data and formulate action plans.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to develop effective and positive working relationships within and outside of the department.
  • Good conflict resolution skills based on a ‘Can do’ attitude.
  • Must demonstrate high levels of integrity and adopt a professional approach in all interactions – should be transparent, open and honest in all dealings.
  • PC and technical knowledge and skills with a good working knowledge of the Microsoft packages including Word and Excel.


  • Experienced HGV Class 1 & 2.
  • Valid Driver CPC card and Driver Tachograph card.
  • Experience of operating tankers / pipework and pumps.
  • Experience working within waste industry most desirable, however, alternate industries (manufacturing, oil, gas, fuel, food) with relevant experience will be considered.
  • Experience of behavioural safety / culture change.
  • ISOH General Certificate (or equivalent).

If you have the required skills and experience, click on APPLY and forward your up-to-date CV.

Please be advised due to the high number of applications should you not hear from us within 4 weeks, your application on this occasion has been unsuccessful. We thank you for expressing your interest in this role.

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