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Lead Investigator

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Health & Safety

Status: Expired

A global oil and gas company is seeking to appoint a Lead Investigator to sit within its corporate EHS function.

Job Details

Location: United Kingdom

Salary: £50-80K

Working Locations: Site, Office

Posted: 17/05/2011 10:00:00

Expires: 14/06/2011 10:00:00

Job Description

A global oil and gas company is seeking to appoint a Lead Investigator to sit within its corporate EHS function. This highly visible role will involve significant travel (up to 50%) globally, visiting operational sites where major incidents have occurred. This will involve thoroughly and knowledgeably investigating serious incidents, gathering all relevant information and delivering expert incident investigation reports. It is expected that candidates will be degree educated in an engineering or technical discipline and be a certified safety practitioner. Although oil and gas experience is desirable, it is possible that candidates from similar high risk industries will be considered. Only candidates with substantial experience within incident investigation with a demonstrable track record of delivery will be considered.

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