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◊   Leadership
◊   Operations, Safety & Security
◊   Engineering Management 
◊   Finance & procurement
◊   Information Technology
◊   H.R., Legal Sustainability
◊   Commercial & Sales
◊   Marketing & Public Relations

HR, Legal & Sustainability

The HR team

The HR team's challenge is to ensure we are as “green on the inside as we are on the outside". This isn't always easy - we are a growing international business with a lot to live up to so we need to be really involved in co-creating our own future. In order to deliver the right business support the HR team need not only to be passionate about the people agenda but also demonstrate real commercial savvy and application - we think of ourselves as business people first and foremost - not necessarily "HR people".

Broadly, HR is organized in 3 main areas:

  • Resourcing & People Development
  • Reward, HR Systems & HR Shared Services
  • Business Partner Team & Employee Relations

At TE, sustainability is about changing the way we do things. The team works with the business and external colleagues to define and implement our "Change is in hands" sustainability strategy. This covers everything from carbon efficiency and new cleaner products to reducing waste.

Waste Management is high up the Governments' agenda. From taxation to environmental policy - the Government & External Affairs team are kept very busy. The team represents TransAct to a variety of different political and governmental stakeholders, working with colleagues in the business and external groups to ensure that TE's voice - and the wider industry voice is heard and understood.

The corporate legal team get involved in a wide range of activity and their central role is to help manage legal risk in the business and to find ways to reach business goals whilst complying with regulations. Legal will also be heavily involved with major contracts - eg site acquisitions and waste concessions and play a key part in understanding the legal impact of decisions made by Government authorities and challenging anti-competitive practice and behavior. You'll need to be a qualified lawyer but can look forward to a fascinating exposure to TransAct Energy and a wide range of legal challenges.