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  • ExpiredWind Farm Site Acquisition Manager - Germany

    Germany > UlmEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our Client is a specialist utility provider in Germany in the field of Power Plant, Cogeneration, industrial and Renewable Energies. As Land Acquisition Manager you will play a key part in the success of their business where you will have full responsibility for appraising, negotiating and sourcing land acquisition opportunities. You will have the financial backing, to grow the companies portfolio of projects within the target region of Eastern Germany. The ideal candidate would possess the following skillset: - Fluent in German - Understanding of German Real Estate, Land-Ownership laws - Sales acumen - ability to liaise with landowners - Experience in site acquisition/Project Development - Basic knowledge of of Wind Farms

    Type: Long Term Contract / SiteSalary: Not stated

    Our Client is a specialist utility provider in Germany in the field of Power Plant, Cogeneration, industrial and Renewable Energies. As Land Acquisition Manager you will play a ke...

    Posted: Mon 15 Feb at 14:00       Job Expired: Mon 14 Mar at 14:00

  • ExpiredEmergency Response Coordination Specialist

    Kuwait > KuwaitEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Swift Worldwide Resources are currently recruiting for a Emergency Responce Coordination Specialist. The role will be working for a major player in the oil and gas industry and will be based in Kuwait on a residential basis

    Please apply and I will respond with the job spec

    Type: Short Term Contract / Office,SiteSalary: Not stated

    Swift Worldwide Resources are currently recruiting for a Emergency Responce Coordination Specialist. The role will be working for a major player in the oil and gas industry and wil...

    Posted: Mon 04 Jan at 9:00       Job Expired: Mon 01 Feb at 9:00

  • ExpiredEnvironmental Field Officer

    Azerbaijan > BakuEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Title: Environmental Field Officer

    Location: Georgia

    Employment type: 6 Month Contract Position (Extendable)

    Swift Worldwide Resources is the leading supplier of manpower to the Oil and Gas Industry. With over 30 years of experience, Swift serves as a strategic partner supplying both contract and direct hire services to its blue chip client base. Through Swift's innovative recruitment strategies, Swift has generated a current contractor pool of over 3200 Swifties which span 35 countries across the globe. Swift's expansive footprint provides true global talent solutions to major capital projects throughout the world.

    Company Profile:

    A fantastic opportunity to work for one of the leading oil and gas operators as the Field Safety Officer. This position is only open to Georgian Nationals, other candidates from other locations will not be considered. Position holder will be based at camp in Polandaankari or Akhaltsikhe areas. The position is fixed term, for the duration of project/construction activity plans.

    Job Description:

    The Environmental Field Officer will assist Construction Management and the AGT Onshore Pipelines Environmental Advisor to ensure that AGT Onshore Facilities and Pipelines in Georgia are constructed in compliance with the approved ESIAs & ESMMPs, delivered in accordance with the respective HGA, relevant national and international legislation other requirements as applicable and relevant practices & procedures (E&S Group Defined Practice, Group Recommended Practices, as appropriate).

    The Environmental Field Officer will act as a coach to site construction supervision, the Construction Contractor and the general workforce to raise the capability in all areas relating to good environmental compliance & practice.

    The Environmental Field Officer's key Roles & Responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to following activities:

    - Ensures safety is always considered and any unsafe works are stopped.

    - Ensures construction contractor implementation of the ESIA & ESMMP (Environmental and Social Management and Monitoring Plan) environmental requirements; including providing on-site daily advice and assistance to construction personnel on all environmental matters.

    - Supports the implementation of environmental monitoring contracts.

    - Day-to-day monitoring of construction activities as they relate to environmental performance (pollution prevention, waste management, aggregate management, spill reporting, erosion control, reinstatement, etc.).

    - Daily and weekly reporting of construction activities as they relate to environmental performance (pollution prevention, waste management, aggregate management, spill reporting, erosion control, reinstatement, etc.).

    - Acts as single point of contact for all site environmental aspects.

    - Monitors action tracking and timely closure of actions.

    - Participate in Self-Verification and Assurance Plan relating to environmental verification, & compliance auditing and raising corrective actions as necessary

    - Support Integration of the E&S teams across the different work locations

    - Support the implementation of an ESMS consistent with OMS and ISO 14001 and ensure contractor continual improvement.

    - Ensures Construction Methodology and Management of Change conform to ESIA requirements.

    - Raises environmental site awareness and supports training initiatives in all aspects of environmental practice.

    - Supports the delivery of relevant environmental internal / external performance and compliance reporting requirements.

    - Participate and provide input in emergency response exercises, as required.

    Role Requirements:

    - Fluent in Georgian, Russian and English.

    - BSc (Hons) in Environmental Science or related discipline

    - A minimum of 3 years' experience in the environmental field working in the Oil & Gas or Construction industry in a similar role as per Job Description below.

    - Being a role model for working safely, with integrity, behaving ethically and demonstrating respect to all team members and communities where work will be undertaken.

    - Ability to work as part of a Team and being a team player.

    - Demonstrates shared commitment to the success of the team and the wider organisation.

    - Readiness to work in remote locations (site based position)

    - Self-organizational skills

    - Ability to work effectively under pressure, and under minimum supervision.

    - Strong Performance bias and able to work under own initiative

    - Ability to make good risk based decisions, including during times of stress.

    - Ability to negotiate and reach consensus and/or compromise

    - Good command of MS Word, Excel, Power point, MS Outlook

    Type: Short Term Contract / SiteSalary: £0.00 per annum

    Title: Environmental Field Officer Location: Georgia Employment type: 6 Month Contract Position (Extendable) Swift Worldwide Resources is the leading supplier of manpower to the O...

    Posted: Thu 26 Nov at 15:00       Job Expired: Thu 24 Dec at 15:00

  • CancelledDecomissioning Environmental Advisor

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Decomissioning Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeen

    Responsibilities will include:
    Provide expert environmental advice, support and guidance to EE&P decommissioning projects.
    Develop and implement Environmental Policy, Strategy and Programmes for decommissioning projects.
    Co-ordination of external studies and environmental surveys.
    Act as focal point for identification and management of environmental activities within each phase of the decommissioning project.
    Input to project risk registers regarding environmental matters.
    Ensure all activities identified as required by the company way through the VAF process are undertaken.
    Identify decommissioning environmental risks and provide assurance that they are managed.
    Develop environmental input to Permits, License, Authorisation and Consents Register (PLANC register), assuring monitoring of progress.
    Performance Monitoring and Reporting on Environmental Permits and Consents associated with decommissioning scopes.
    Manage scopes of work contracted to external consultancies, including comparative assessment and Environmental statements etc.
    Lead environmental resources supporting decommissioning activities.
    Provide assurance of environmental compliance, including environmental auditing.
    Act as a focal point for decommissioning external Stakeholder Liaison e.g. DECC, JNCC, O&GUK , SEPA and relevant local authority.

    Experience/Qualifications
    Extensive experience of E&P offshore activities and environmental management across the lifecycle
    Extensive technical knowledge and experience of Environmental Management and Assurance Systems, Tools and Techniques
    Expert knowledge of UK Environmental Legislation
    Degree educated.
    Professional delivery of projects, operations and joint ventures.
    Timely delivery of environmental input to business processes.
    Understand and manage environmental risks.
    Professional environmental advice.
    Ability to communicate relevant information to a variety of audiences.
    Creative environmental problem solving.
    Embed environment in business processes.
    Ability to analyse problems and develop appropriate business solutions.
    Able to create good relationships within the Asset and with external networks including Government organisations.
    Well developed sense of team working and shared achievement of team targets.
    Able to enhance Asset environmental competence and influence as an internal and external advocate.
    Ability to effectively engage with and influence upper management.
    Well developed leadership skills, particularly with HSSE practitioners.
    Performance and customer focus.
    Ability to coach and develop.

    Contract position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 905932

    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Decomissioning Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeen

    Posted: Tue 24 Nov at 1:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledMilieudeskundige vergunningaanvraag Zuid Holland

    Netherlands > RotterdamEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Namens een van onze partners zijn wij urgent op zoek naar een milieudeskundige voor een project in Zuid Holland.

    De job:
    * Adviseren bij alle voorkomende milieuvraagstukken, waaronder bodemsaneringen, vergunningenaanvragen, etc.
    * Aanvragen milieuvergunning
    * Contact onderhouden met betrokken overheidsinstanties

    Over jou:
    * Diploma Milieukunde
    * Ervaring met complexe milieu vraagstukken
    * Je hebt een goede beheersing van de Nederlandse en Engelse taal

    Wij bieden:
    * Contract van 12 maanden
    * Concrete resultaten na het voltooien van het project
    * Part-time werktijden
    * Werktijden in overleg

    Interesse? Beschikbaar? Meld je aan via de LINK en Christian Vijn van Progressive Global Energy neemt contact met je op.

    Keywords: HSE, QHSE, EHS, Milieudeskundige, Environmental, Veiligheid, Safety, SHEQ, SHE, Ben Roz, HSE, HSE Engineer, ISO14001, bodemsanering

    Type: Short Term Contract / Office,SiteSalary: competitive

    Namens een van onze partners zijn wij urgent op zoek naar een milieudeskundige voor een project in Zuid Holland. De job: * Adviseren bij alle voorkomende milieuvraagstukken, waaron...

    Posted: Fri 13 Nov at 18:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledDecommissioning Environmental Advisor

    United KingdomEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Key Requirements

    Extensive experience of E&P offshore activities and environmental management across the lifecycle Extensive technical knowledge and experience of Environmental Management and Assurance Systems, Tools and Techniques Expert knowledge of UK Environmental Legislation Degree educated Professional delivery of projects, operations and joint ventures Timely delivery of environmental input to business processes Understands and manages environmental risks Professional environmental advice Ability to communicate relevant information to a variety of audiences Creative environmental problem solving Embeds environment in business processes Ability to analyse problems and develops appropriate business solutions Able to create good relationships within the Asset and with external networks including Government organisations Well developed sense of team working and shared achievement of team targets Able to enhance Asset environmental competence and influence as an internal and external advocate Ability to effectively engage with and influence upper management Well developed leadership skills, particularly with HSSE practitioners Performance and customer focus Ability to coach and develop

    Job Description

    The Decommissioning Environmental Advisor is accountable for managing and providing specialist environmental support. This is a significant role in terms of setting environmental strategies for decommissioning. Adopt a key role in developing environmental policy and strategy for UK Decommissioning Projects Lead role in application of the Environmental Management System for decommissioning activities Represent Company on industry Decommissioning forums, regarding environmental matters Provide assurance that environmental issues, aspects and impacts regarding decommissioning projects are managed Provide advice and guidance on Legislative Compliance and implications for decommissioning projects Manage environmental permits and consents and compile external and internal reports Manage the preparation and execution of EIAs, ESs, PONs and other environmental studies and documentation Develop stakeholder management process for environmental matters within decommissioning Support the Decommissioning Manager with development of Company approaches to decommissioning.

    Type: Staff / OfficeSalary: Competitive

    Our client requires a Decommissioning Environmental Advisor to start as soon as possible for a 12 month contract position based in the UK.

    Posted: Wed 28 Oct at 12:26       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledEnvironmental Coordinator

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Coordinator, based in Aberdeenshire

    Responsibilities will include:
    Reviewing the procedures within the EMS and ensuring that the procedures within the EMS meet the requirements of the standard
    Being the team focal point for the ISO 14001 standard
    Monitoring and/or executing the functions that are required by the ISO 14001 standard, for example co-ordinating management review, or ensuring the audits are completed.
    Co-ordinating the revision or development of EMS procedures
    Co-ordinating the issue of procedures and any roll out requirements
    Supporting the EHS advisors by arranging regular reviews of the plan and ensuring plan is updated where necessary.
    Monitoring all regulatory reports required to be submitted and supporting the asset advisors to ensure reports are submitted on time
    Monitoring all corporate reporting required, working with the planning and reporting team to ensure data is accurate.
    Ensuring that the reporting procedure is up to date following any changes (regulatory, corporate or other)
    QC validation of data including for example PON1, PON2, Non Compliances etc
    Delivering any other ad hoc reports for data.

    Qualifications/Training
    Degree or equivalent, preferably in an environmental discipline

    Experience/Skills
    Relevant experience working in the within the UK Oil & Gas industry (environmental field preferred).
    Working knowledge of UK offshore environmental legislation (preferred).
    Working knowledge of EEMS and the DECC Oil and Gas portal (preferred)
    Excellent communication, organisational and facilitation skills.
    Environmental Auditing or inspection experience and/or qualifications (preferred)
    IT literate - good working knowledge of Word, Excel and Powerpoint software.
    Desire to obtain offshore survival (BOSIET) certificate

    Contract position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 905942

    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Coordinator, based in Aberdeenshire

    Posted: Tue 27 Oct at 11:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledEnvironmental Advisor

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeenshire

    Responsibilities will include:
    Ensure that relevant environmental permit and consent applications or variations are prepared, submitted to the regulator and followed up (as appropriate).
    Ensure compliance with UK offshore oil and gas environmental legislation/guidance and other requirements or company standards.
    Provide offshore environmental support (as required) and develop effective relationships with offshore personnel at all levels.
    Carry out or assist with offshore/onshore environmental audits/inspections, compile reports and ensure that actions are followed up as appropriate.
    Carry out or assist with incident investigations related to spillages of oil/chemicals or gas releases, compile reports and ensure that actions are followed up as appropriate.
    Participate in the Company Performance Management process and ensure that periodic 'catch-up' meetings are arranged with management to discuss progress.
    Ensure that relevant environmental issues are identified and communicated to appropriate personnel or groups.
    Participate in and provide expert advice in relation to environmental risk assessments.
    Attend and contribute to relevant team, departmental and company meetings
    Compile and distribute or submit relevant environmental data including environmental returns to EEMS, environmental statistics for weekly/monthly meetings, annual atmospheric sheets, waste returns, drilling chemical returns etc, etc.
    Build positive relationships with DECC inspectors/managers and other environmental regulators.
    Ensure that any DECC inspections/investigations are closed out to the satisfaction of the regulator.
    Participate in the development, implementation, maintenance and improvement of the company's environmental management system and environmental programmes.
    H&S support when required.

    Qualifications/Training
    Environmental degree or equivalent
    Environmental qualification (e.g. IEMA or equivalent.) (preferred)
    Offshore Survival Certificate.
    Offshore Medical

    Experience/Skills
    Relevant experience working in the environmental field within the UK Oil & Gas industry.
    Excellent working knowledge of UK offshore environmental legislation.
    Working knowledge of EEMS and the DECC Oil and Gas portal
    Excellent communication, organisational and facilitation skills.
    Environmental Auditing or inspection experience and/or qualifications
    IT literate - good working knowledge of Word, Excel and Powerpoint software.

    Contract position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 905941

    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeenshire

    Posted: Tue 27 Oct at 10:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledDrilling Environmental Advisor

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Drilling Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeen

    Responsibilities will include:
    Support the Environmental Lead by acting as Focal Point for the provision of specialist drilling environmental support and guidance to the project drilling team ensuring that environmental requirements are fully understood and effectively implemented.
    Attend Permits, Licenses, Authorisations, Notifications and Consents (PLANC) meetings and support project drilling team members to ensure that they have clear sight and ownership of their PLANC responsibilities.
    Ensure that all drilling related regulatory permits are planned, prepared and delivered effectively.
    Promote / influence continuous improvement update of the BU EMS / DMS (as necessary) to ensure facilitate monitoring and reporting of environmental performance.
    Review and co-ordinate environment communication and training material (presentations, newsletters etc).
    Liaise with government agencies and industry bodies.
    Assist with the development of OPEPs and regular tests of their efficacy.
    Review and improve processes and competency in the drilling team and ensure incidents are thoroughly investigated to determine root cause and learning.
    Share information with the BU Environmental function (as necessary) to ensure that lessons learned, audit feedback, etc is acted upon collaboratively for continuous improvement.
    Ensure that all drilling related permit conditions are allocated / agreed with responsible persons and status tracked to completion.
    Ensure that all internal (PMO Corporate and BU) and external (OSPAR/ DECC EEMS) data reports are verified for accuracy and submitted in a timely manner.
    Implement other Environmental related duties as directed by the Environmental Lead.
    Carry out well site visits for awareness, training, briefings and incident investigation

    Qualifications
    Educated to at least degree level preferably in an environmental or appropriate scientific discipline.
    Knowledge of environmental systems, practices and legislation, underpinned by Operator experience (or equivalent) at an adviser level.
    Ability to evaluate and interpret legislative requirements and advise accordingly.
    Strong interpersonal, influencing and relationship management skills.
    Chartered or similar professional status from environmental body.
    IEMA Membership, or similar.
    BOSIET/ Offshore medical

    Skills/Experience
    Established environmental professional with drilling background and experience of managing environmental issues within the Oil & Gas industry.
    Established network of environmental contacts amongst regulators, peers and consultants.
    Demonstrate a track record of achievement in a similar role within an industry working in sensitive environments.
    Previous experience of /and competence with the DECC portal and EEMS reporting.
    Broad experience embracing upstream Oil & Gas, with sound understanding of the challenges involved in managing the complete range of environment issues in the Oil & Gas industry at asset and Business Unit level.

    Knowledge:
    In-depth understanding of current Environmental Laws and Regulations in UKCS, e.g. OSPAR, OPEP, Consent to Locate, OCR, OPPC, Marine licences.

    Contract position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 905911

    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Drilling Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeen

    Posted: Mon 26 Oct at 8:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • ExpiredSenior EHS Consultant

    United Kingdom > WiganEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Senior EHS Consultant Job Type - Full time - Permanent Salary - £30,000 - £40,000 + benefits Location -Cheshire / Manchester Requirements - *Strong Environmental experience *Knowledge of IOS14001/OHSAS18001 *Consultancy experience *Ideally Chemical/Manufacturing/Energy experience *Relevant memberships - IOSH/IEMA *Good organisational skills *Good communication skills. Please contact me on 01727 817641 8am-6pm to discuss further or forward your CV to my email for details. On the other hand if this does not interest you but you may know of someone it might, please feel free to pass this on. We do offer a referral fee for newly introduced candidates.

    Type: Long Term Contract / Office,SiteSalary: £30000 - £40000 per annum + benefits

    Senior EHS Consultant Job Type - Full time - Permanent Salary - £30,000 - £40,000 + benefits Location -Cheshire / Manchester Requirements - *Strong Environmental experience *K...

    Posted: Fri 23 Oct at 9:00       Job Expired: Fri 20 Nov at 9:00



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