HES Specialist Job in Canada – Chevron
Location: Calgary, Alberta, CA
Chevron Canada Resources is currently seeking a Health Environment and Safety Specialist to join the Canadian Business Unit Health Environment and Safety Team (HES). This position will be based in Calgary, AB and will report to the Health Environment Safety Superintendent or as designated. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting all HES activities within the Business Unit. This will include supporting drilling and completions, production operations and facilities engineering/construction specific to motor vehicle safety, occupational hygiene and other HES activities. The successful candidate must have demonstrated ability to work and influence stakeholders and have proven HES experience/operational knowledge of drilling/completions, operations and facility construction activities.
Chevron is accepting online applications for the position of HES Specialist located in Calgary, AB through Monday, January 28, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).
Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:
Responsible for driving motor vehicle safety initiatives within the business unit. Focusing on implementing effective motor vehicle safety (MVS) processes and initiatives for employees and business partners to reduce risk associated with transportation and driving within Chevrons operational control
Primary contact with MVS systems providers and responsible for reviewing vehicle monitoring data, treading risks, recommending safeguards and communicating MVS performance within the Business Unit.
Participate/leads HES initiatives as required or requested by the HES leadership team and/or supervisor.
Support occupational hygiene processes and initiative for all field-based employees and business partners.
Keeps direct supervisor (HES Superintendent), informed about all potential high exposure risks, near misses, performance and MVS incidents in a timely manner.
Builds and maintains solid relationships with other functional subject matter experts (drilling/completions, construction, operations) to ensure alignment of priority HES/OE initiatives.
Participate in field based Operational Excellence (HES) assurance activities
May acts as an incident investigation team member for serious or probable serious MVS or other incidents.
Liaison with Chevron corporation MVS Advisors in other Business Units and corporate.
A bachelor’s degree in Occupational, Health and Safety, Engineering or related field is required, however consideration may be given to individuals with an OH&S diploma (2 yr.) with suitable combination of post- education and experience.
Must currently have or be able to obtain Canadian Registered Safety Profession (CRSP) or equivalent certification.
Minimum 7 years’ of HES upstream petroleum experience in drilling/completions, facility/pipeline construction and production operations are required. Must understand key risks/safeguards in upstream operations.
Experience in HES contractor (business partner) management is necessary to be successful.
Demonstrated ability to work and influence key stakeholders outside of the HES.
Understanding of Alberta and BC OH&S regulations and a working knowledge of environmental regulations is required.
Demonstrated ability to interact, influence, work collaboratively, build consensus and resolve issues proactively with stakeholders.
Fosters cooperation and collaboration among various individuals in the HES work team (Calgary) and functional supervisors in the field. Seeks alignment and removes barriers to cooperation and teamwork across organizations and functions.
Visible strong interpersonal skills, comfortable as a role model for corporate values, can work effectively with a diverse group of people and establish trust with fellow employees. Can provide and receive honest constructive feedback and demonstrates skills to challenge in a non-confrontational way.
Candidates must be willing and able to travel to field sites (drilling, completions, construction, operations) approximately 5% of the time.
Must have a valid Alberta class 5 driver’s license.
Must be legally eligible to work in Canada