Personnel Safety Coordinator Job in United States – ExxonMobil


Personnel Safety Coordinator Job in United States – ExxonMobil

Location: United state
Company:  ExxonMobil

Job Role Summary

ExxonMobil is seeking qualified candidates for a Personnel Safety Coordinator position at the Gulf Coast Growth Ventures. The Personnel Safety Coordinator takes a lead role in interpreting safety regulations, providing guidance, developing and maintaining safety procedures and standards, assessing safety programs, conducting safety compliance audits and developing and implementing safety initiatives for a manufacturing site.

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Location: Successful candidates will be hired initially to work temporarily as a member of the Baytown Safety, Security, Health, & Environment Department, but will be subsequently assigned to a permanent position at the future Gulf Coast Growth Venture facility in Gregory-Portland, TX.


Important Consideration for Candidates

Candidates should apply if they are willing and able to 1) accept an initial temporary assignment at the Baytown Manufacturing Site, 2) accept a subsequent permanent assignment at the future Gulf Coast Growth Venture facility at the time of startup or when requested, 3) live in temporary housing while temporarily assigned to the Houston area with some financial living assistance from ExxonMobil and 4) work for a Company that values strong job performance with periodic performance assessments.

Primary Job Functions

  • Provide OSHA regulatory and safety standard guidance to a manufacturing organization
  • Assist personnel in proper hazard assessment associated with work activities
  • Lead Loss Prevention System (LPS) execution & implementation
  • Communicate changes in safety work processes and hazard mitigation to management
  • Assist in incident investigations
  • Analyze and report safety and regulatory data (lead/lag indicators or assessment)
  • Seamlessly implement and manage new safety programs
  • Conduct effective care management
  • Lead safety and regulatory audits / assessments

Qualifications, Experience & Skills

  • Bachelor degree in Occupational Safety or Engineering
  • 5+ years occupational safety experience in the petrochemical/chemical industry, a refinery, or a similar industry
  • Demonstrated competence with OSHA & industry safety policies and procedures
  • Experience in care/case management
  • Experience conducting safety data analysis and presenting (i.e., spreadsheets / power point)
  • Field leadership including productive and constructive methods of intervening
  • Strong analytical, interpersonal & communication (i.e., communicate effectively with various levels of an organization as well as with regulatory agencies) skills
  • Effective multi-tasking and priority management skills

Preferred Qualifications & Experience

  • Graduate degree in Occupational Safety or Engineering
  • Safety Professional Certification
  • Experience working in an industrial site


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