We are seeking an Environmental Coordinator to join Project Management team of Saudi Aramco.
The project management team is responsible for providing support to overall project objectives and specific deliverables, by contributing towards the planning of project activities and executing assigned tasks/work within the expected quality and HSE standards, to ensure the successful completion of the project throughout the project lifecycle.
The Environmental Coordinator primary role is to implement the corporate environmental policy and monitors compliance, while staying current with all applicable Company and National environmental regulations, standards, procedures, and guidelines as well as all Saudi Aramco environmental, environmental health and industrial hygiene programs. This includes the supervision of local surveys and sampling, the interpretation of measurement results, and reviewing (and commenting) environmental aspects of contract documents as well as monitoring the environmental performance of contractor operations.
You will be required to perform the following:
Help implement the corporate environmental policy and monitors compliance, while staying current with all applicable Company and National environmental regulations, standards, procedures, and guidelines as well as all Saudi Aramco environmental, environmental health and industrial hygiene programs. This includes the interpretation of measurement results, and reviewing (and commenting) environmental aspects of contract documents as well as monitoring the environmental performance of contractor operations.
Respond to concerns and requests for information from EPD, and obtains technical advice from EPD as needed.
Help organize and participates in major surveys such as Environmental Performance Assessments (EPAs), Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) surveys, Occupational Health Hazard Assessments (OHHAs), HAZCOM Assessments, Chemical Handling Assessments, Waste Management Compliance Audits, and Environmental Health surveys. Actively seeks to resolve any findings from these surveys. Provide follow-up information and updates reports to EPD as required.
Assist in the coordination of all EMS-related activities within the organization as appropriate, including the development of environmental objectives and indicators, tracking of performance and costs, and record-keeping and reporting functions.
Assist in special studies for improving environmental and (environmental) health performance of facilities or operation; helps in providing specialized technical service in the environmental field; helps in consulting on complex environmental problems; helps in designs and/or projects; helps in coordination or direction work of other environmental staff. Help in keeping abreast of all environmental issues that pertain to the organization, particularly any non-compliances that may have been identified. Keeps management updated on significant environmental issues.
Assesses if PED are maintaining records of all waste (including wastewater) generated by the organization and works (along with the organization’s environmental team) with EPD to develop waste minimization plans. Ensures that the waste is managed properly. Review that organizations develop their specific phase-out and disposal procedures for hazardous materials. Provide needed support for the implementation of the HAZCOM program including hazardous materials/chemicals inventory, chemical hazard bulletins, hazard signs and train-the-trainer programs and employee training.
Organize presentations and video sessions, distributes information, and sets a good example to enhance environmental awareness. Write formal reports, environmental articles for company publications, and develops/delivers presentations. Attend EPDs biannual environmental coordinators meetings and other related courses and conferences.
When applicable] Participate in the company’s oil spill protection program and keeps records of the latest response plans for such emergencies.
[When applicable] Verify appropriate controls are established for work with NORM, and carries out radiation and contamination surveys as required, including collection and arrangement for analysis of representative samples. Provide information and support on the correct handling and storage of NORM contaminated equipment and NORM waste. And maintain records of all radiation and NORM surveys, NORM contaminated equipment and NORM waste.
Implement Environmental Assurance Schedule.
As the successful candidate you will hold a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering from a recognized and approved program. An advanced degree is preferred.
You will have Ten years of experience in oil and gas, petrochemicals and construction, including at least five years in project-based positions.
Experience of Environmental Impact Assessments
Prepare, review and revise environmental recommendation reports and monitor the progress
Extensive travel requirement to project sites
Knowledge of analytical and scientific software, compliance software and graphic imaging
Engineering or scientific related activities preferably associated with the production and processing of oil and construction.
Ability to speak and write reports or articles in English using both scientifically correct terminology and terms understandable.
Our high-performing employees are drawn by the challenging and rewarding professional, technical and industrial opportunities we offer, and are remunerated accordingly.
At Aramco, our people work on truly world-scale projects, supported by investment in capital and technology that is second to none. And because, as a global energy company, we are faced with addressing some of the world’s biggest technical, logistical and environmental challenges, we invest heavily in talent development.
We have a proud history of educating and training our workforce over many decades. Employees at all levels are encouraged to improve their sector-specific knowledge and competencies through our workforce development programs – one of the largest in the world.
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