Saudi Aramco Careers
Field Compliance Coordinator
Requisition ID: 1431168
Req Number: 17241BR
Saudi Aramco’s Domestic Refining and NGL Fractionation team is seeking experienced Field Compliance Coordinator to work in the Jazan Refinery. The refinery will have the capacity to process 400,000 BPD of Arabian Heavy and Arabian Medium crude oils to produce gasoline, ultra-low-sulfur diesel, benzene, and paraxylene.
As the successful candidate you will have:
A bachelor degree in engineering, safety engineering, industrial hygiene, or environmental science, or in related field.
Fifteen (15) years of related safety/operational experience and/or training, preferably in the oil/gas or petrochemical industry, or in the industry related to the position placement, e.g., marine, pipelines, power distribution.
Knowledge or training in the following: occupational health, safety and environmental compliance with applicable industry, governmental and/or international standards.
Demonstrated knowledge of delivering hands on health, safety and environmental training. Must also have ability to assist with developing, implementing, and coordinating comprehensive health and safety programs.
Strong understanding of the standards, concepts, practices, and procedures within the health, safety and environmental fields.
Ability to work at all levels within an organization and the ability to work in a diverse work group.
Strong communication skills, both verbal and written (training/presentations/report writing).
Ability to lead and direct teams and/or committees.
Fluency in English language, both verbal and written.
Computer literacy in software such as MS Office.
Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:
Provide advice and consultation to department staff to assist them in maintaining a safe working environment in compliance with environmental/safety regulations, standards and practices
Identify and evaluates hazardous conditions and practices in the workplace. Undertakes surveys to identify and evaluate occupational health, safety and environmental conditions. Conduct and coordinate on-site inspections to audit physical conditions and safe work practices. Provide advice and counsel concerning compliance with corporate safety regulation and procedures.
Perform construction site and/or area safety inspections of department facilities and operations. Perform job site safety compliance inspections including hazard analyses and safe work procedures, and prepares written reports and recommendations.
Develop controls for identified hazards. Coordinate the implementation of controls from results of hazard analyses. Measure and evaluate the effectiveness of the hazard control system, policies, and procedures and recommends changes that reflect improved opportunities to eliminate work place incidents and injuries.
Prepare safety orientations, safety training, and job site inspection procedures. Direct or assist in the development of specialized education and training materials. Conduct specialized safety and environmental training programs to communicate hazard control information. Assist local management in new employee occupational health, safety and environmental orientation.
Participate in Safe Operations Committee meetings.
Review and analyzes injury, property damage, and statistical loss data and works with management to prepare comprehensive recommendations for corrective action to eliminate or minimize potential hazards.
Incorporate essential safety requirements in all purchasing and contracting actions. Recommends the purchase of safety equipment, related supplies, and personal protective equipment (PPE) in accordance with established company requirements.
Maintain awareness of corporate safety and environmental requirements and makes recommendations for their implementation.
Assist management with monitoring adherence to department safety and environmental program by employees and contractors.
Perform other related duties per supervisor’s direction.
Saudi Arabia’s vast hydrocarbon resources will see Saudi Aramco become the world’s leading integrated energy and chemical company by 2020. Our Chemicals business is a critical, high-profile new enterprise for us and requires committed people with insight, experience and technical expertise.
We can offer professionals from diverse backgrounds and specialties a solid, secure future – not to mention extensive international exposure and the opportunity to see your ideas become reality. Work at the forefront of the industry and see how your career evolves with invested time and effort. It’s a chance to make a huge impact both on the local economy and on a global scale.