Environmental & Regulatory Advisor Exxon Mobil Canada
ExxonMobil Canada is looking for an experienced environmental & regulatory professional to join our SSHE and External Affairs team in the position of Environmental & Regulatory Advisor. You will be responsible to provide specialist advice on environmental management and compliance issues to the asset team and support asset in maintaining compliance with all environmental related approvals. Your work scope will also include providing advocacy support to environmental related issues through external engagements with regulators, governments and industry associations.
- Acting as subject matter expert for the environmental management element of the ExxonMobil Operations Integrity Management System (OIMS), including developing and maintaining required documentation and processes, and stewarding implementation within the business
- Supporting the asset in reporting on and maintaining compliance with environmental limits including flaring, produced water, spills and discharges
- Working with regulator in obtaining the required environmental permits
- Providing technical support to ensure compliance with environmental processes/commitments/regulations
- Responsibility for the Environment Protection Plan, Environmental Compliance Monitoring Plan, Waste Management Plan and Offshore Chemical Management
- Supporting execution of Environmental Effects Monitoring (EEM) and other environmental monitoring programs
- Reviewing EEM Program results to identify program findings/adjustments/improvement
- Preparation of environmental reports for submission internally as well as to external agencies
- Participating in external working groups and industry committees relating to environmental issues
- Reviewing or participating in risk assessments that have a potential environmental consequence
- Supporting incident investigations that have an associated environmental consequence
- Being a member of the Emergency Response team
- Supporting procurement with the technical evaluation of SSHE related contracts
- Post-secondary degree or diploma in environmental related discipline
- Familiarity with Newfoundland oil and gas regulatory framework is an asset
- 5+ years experience working in oil and gas industry
- Ability to travel offshore (BST, valid medical) preferred
- Self-motivated, willingness to learn, attention to detail and demonstrated leadership
- Strong communication skills, both written and oral
- Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
- A company committed to career growth – we recruit those who are interested in a career with ExxonMobil and prefer to develop and promote people from within. Our career management process means that you will likely perform a number of unique, challenging roles during your career.
- Successful networking and mentoring programs – enable you to spend time with managers from across the organization to learn about other departments and opportunities. Also allows you to connect with peers at a similar experience level.
- Commitment to safety, ethics & continuous improvement – these standards are the reason ExxonMobil is an industry leader. You will work for a company that upholds safety and ethics ideals and continues to seek out ways to improve.
- Exceptional benefits program – includes competitive savings, retirement, and healthcare plans that you can customize to meet your individual needs. Educational and physical fitness financial assistance programs round out our benefits package.
- Competitive vacation package
- Continuous learning environment – encourages you to augment your skills and capabilities improve your knowledge of the regulatory environment, increase your understanding of Oil & Gas industry, sharpen your analytical and time management skills•
- Dynamic, fast-paced environment with multiple interfaces and opportunities to expand your networks, both internal and external
- One scheduled Friday off per month
Eligibility to work in Canada
Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada. Proof of eligibility must be in the form of a Canadian birth certificate, Canadian passport, Canadian citizenship certificate of permanent residence or work permit. Document must be current and valid (not expired, cancelled or voided). Proof of eligibility is required if an offer is made.