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  • CancelledEnvironmental Advisor

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is a major Oil & Gas Operating company with a unique offering covering strategic operations worldwide. Employing over 4,000 personnel they operate with a focus on oil sands, conventional exploration and development and unconventional gas

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeen

    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.

    Knowledge/Skills/Experience
    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.
    Strong team player who is also capable of producing quality work on an inpidual basis.

    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 902862

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment.

    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is a major Oil & Gas Operating company with a unique offering covering strategic operations worldwide. Employing over 4,000 personnel they operate with a focus on oil sands, conventional exploration and development and unconventional gas

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeen

    Posted: Thu 02 Apr at 7:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • ExpiredEnvironmental Specialist

    United States > TexasEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Great Consulting opportunity for an Environmental Specialist experienced in air permitting and leak detection/compliance, to join the Largest Midstream Operator in the Houston area. The main focus of the role is to perform project and operational support functions related to air permitting and compliance for the midstream natural gas processing and storage located in the South Houston area. *This position will be filled at a level commensurate with the qualifications of the selected candidate Primary functions of the position include: *Prepare environmental reports, correspondence, work plans and permit applications *Coordinate and schedule required testing, sampling, monitoring, field inspections, data gathering and record keeping *Review air compliance testing and Leak Detection and Repair monitoring reports *Provide general environmental assistance to support Operations staff *Perform annual compliance reviews with operations staff *Prepare and update environmental compliance procedures and training materials *Read and interpret applicable environmental permits, laws and regulations *Assist with negotiation of appropriate permit terms and conditions with regulatory agencies *Manage environmental data in the company's environmental data management system *Track environmental expenditures against budgets and process environmental invoices *Assess environmental risk, provide recommendation(s) as to the appropriate course of action to address such risk and participate in the implementation of the approved course of action, including development of required regulatory documentation *Coordinate regular environmental planning, scheduling and cost estimating for either Operations support or Business Development/Project support (including preparation of environmental impact assessments as necessary) *Prepare and submit more complex applications to procure environmental permits, approvals, variances, and other authorizations *Develop and maintain necessary documentation related to environmental compliance programs *Perform environmental compliance audits and due diligence investigations, as necessary *Clear communication of environmental regulations and requirements to Operations and Tactical Technical Services leadership *Accurate, timely and effective environmental permitting of assigned facilities and related operations with applicable regulatory agencies *Effective contractor management through creation of Master Service Agreements, Requests for Services and coding/approval of invoices Qualifications: *Bachelor's degree in an engineering or equivalent technical or scientific field required *5+ years recent environmental and directly related experience *Experience and working knowledge of environmental issues, particularly those related to air permitting and compliance (such as Title V, NSR/PSD and NSPS/MACT) *Experience with the oil & gas industry and/or associated Texas and industry specific environmental regulations is preferred *Experience in leak detection *This position requires a motivated, hard-working, team player with attention to details and strong organizational, people and communication skills *Possession of a current, valid driver's license with no serious violations is mandatory *Must be authorized to work in the USA For more information about this role please contact our Houston office

    Type: Long Term Contract / SiteSalary: Not stated

    Great Consulting opportunity for an Environmental Specialist experienced in air permitting and leak detection/compliance, to join the Largest Midstream Operator in the Houston area. The main focus of the role is to perform project and operational support functions related to air permitting and compliance for the midstream natural gas processing and storage located in the South Houston area.

    Posted: Thu 12 Mar at 21:00       Job Expired: Thu 09 Apr at 21:00

  • ExpiredServicetechniker (m/w) für Windenergieanlagen

    Germany > BerlinEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description


    Servicetechniker (m/w) für Windenergieanlagen
    Für unsere Auß suchen wir zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt Servicetechniker für Windenergieanlagen.
    Ihre Aufgaben:

    - Wartung, Reparatur und Instandhaltung von Windenergieanlagen

    - Durchführung von Reparaturmaßnahmen an elektronischen, mechanischen, sowie hydraulischen Komponenten, sowie im Bereich der Steuerungs- und Regelungstechnik

    - Großkomponententausch und -reparatur

    - Dokumentation der durchgeführten Tätigkeiten


    Ihr Profil:

    - Abgeschlossene Ausbildung im Bereich Elektrotechnik, z. B. Mechatroniker (m/w), Elektroniker (m/w) oder im Bereich Maschinenbau mit guten elektrotechnischen Kenntnissen

    - Berufserfahrung in vergleichbarer Position wünschenswert

    - Höhentauglichkeit (G41) und körperliche Fitness

    - Führerschein Klasse B

    - Reisebereitschaft und die Bereitschaft zu Wochenenddiensten

    - Flexibilität, Einsatzbereitschaft und Teamfähigkeit


    Wir freuen uns über Ihre schriftliche Bewerbung entweder per E-mail For more information about this role please contact our Berlin office

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

    Servicetechniker (m/w) für Windenergieanlagen Für unsere Auß suchen wir zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt Servicetechniker für Windenergieanlagen. Ihre Aufgaben: - Wartung,...

    Posted: Tue 10 Mar at 13:00       Job Expired: Tue 24 Mar at 13:00

  • ExpiredEnvironmental Advisor

    United Kingdom > BasingstokeEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Key Requirements

    902326 - Environmental Advisor
    Our client is an industry leader in transforming hydrocarbon resources into value across all sectors of the energy and chemical industries, employing over 50,000 personnel worldwide.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Advisor, based in Aldershot, Hampshire, UK.

    Job Description

    902326 - Environmental Advisor

    Our client is an industry leader in transforming hydrocarbon resources into value across all sectors of the energy and chemical industries, employing over 50,000 personnel worldwide.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Advisor, based in Aldershot, Hampshire, UK.

    Job Description

    Provide professional sustainability and environmental advice to contractors, management and employees; and promote good practice relating to environmental management.

    - Supervision of environmental surveys. These are likely to include ecological species surveys, archaeological field investigations and contaminated land site investigations.

    - Providing environmental advice on-site.

    - Supporting and delivering environmental initiatives, communications and awareness training such as toolbox talks.

    - Collecting data for reporting environmental performance.

    - Providing advice to designers regarding sustainable construction requirements. This will be in support to the lead DREAM Assessor, who will provide mentoring.

    Work will include completion of DREAM (Defence Related Environmental Assessment Method) assessments and Sustainability Appraisals to Defence Infrastructure Organisation requirements.

    Skills & Experience

    - Experience of sustainable construction assessment rating methods such as BREEAM and DREAM is advantageous.

    - Educated to degree level.

    - Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) Associate level preferable.

    - Excellent verbal and written communications skills, with a good knowledge of spreadsheet management.

    - Team player who is good at building relationships on site.

    - A practical and proactive approach with the ability to show initiative and prioritise tasks.

    - Full clean driving license.

    This is a contract position.

    The rate for this position is negotiable.

    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 902326.

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment.

    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: Negotiable

    902326 - Environmental Advisor

    Our client is an industry leader in transforming hydrocarbon resources into value across all sectors of the energy and chemical industries, employing over 50,000 personnel worldwide.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Advisor, based in Aldershot, Hampshire, UK.

    Posted: Tue 24 Feb at 14:00       Job Expired: Tue 24 Mar at 14:00

  • CancelledEnvironmental Assistant

    Canada > EdmontonEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Key Requirements

    901717 - Environmental Assistant
    Our client is a leading member of the petroleum industry. With over 100 years operational experience, they are on of the largest producers of crude oil and natural gas.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Assistant, based in Edmonton (Strathcona Refinery), Alberta.

    Job Description

    901717 - Environmental Assistant

    Our client is a leading member of the petroleum industry. With over 100 years operational experience, they are on of the largest producers of crude oil and natural gas.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Assistant, based in Edmonton (Strathcona Refinery), Alberta.

    Job Description

    - Support NPRI, emission and green house gas calculations and accounting for annual reports including assist with P&ID equipment counts (BBU).

    - Compile the historic groundwater data and plot on graphs

    - Update and integrate the exotoxic spreadsheet and the new substances to site spreadsheet

    - Prepare the turnaround package for Environmental Activities

    - Support the annual LDAR inventory work

    - Compile documentation on waste streams per AB Generation no.

    Skills & Experience

    - Proficient in Microsoft Excel - graphing and spreadsheet manipulation

    - University/college degree or diploma in a related field

    - An interest in environmental issues/subject matter would be a benefit

    - An understanding of green house gases requirements to measure and report is preferred

    - Previous experience in GHG reporting

    - Previous experience in reading P&IDs or experience on a refinery would be an asset

    This is a contract position.

    The rate for this position is negotiable.

    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 901717.

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment.

    Type: Short Term Contract / InternationalSalary: Negotiable

    901717 - Environmental Assistant

    Our client is a leading member of the petroleum industry. With over 100 years operational experience, they are on of the largest producers of crude oil and natural gas.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Assistant, based in Edmonton (Strathcona Refinery), Alberta.

    Posted: Thu 15 Jan at 11:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledEnvironmental Advisor

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is a major Oil & Gas Operating company with a unique offering covering strategic operations worldwide. Employing over 4,000 personnel they operate with a focus on oil sands, conventional exploration and development and unconventional gas

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeenshire

    Responsibilities will include:
    Provide offshore environmental support (as required) and develop effective relationships with offshore personnel at all levels.
    Provide environmental support to onshore functions (as required) and develop effective relationships with onshore stakeholders at all levels.
    Ensure that relevant environmental issues are identified and communicated to appropriate personnel or groups.
    Ensure that relevant environmental permit and consent applications or variations are prepared, submitted to the regulator and followed up (as appropriate).
    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.
    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, review incident database entries and ensure that actions are followed up as appropriate.
    Facilitate preparation for and support completion of DECC inspections/investigations including follow up and assurance that findings are closed out to the satisfaction of the regulator
    Participate in and provide expert advice in relation to environmental risk assessments.
    Attend and contribute to relevant team, departmental and company meetings
    Ensure compliance with UK offshore oil and gas environmental legislation/guidance and other requirements or company standards.
    Participate in the development, implementation, maintenance and improvement of the company's environmental management system and environmental programmes.

    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 901351

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment.

    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is a major Oil & Gas Operating company with a unique offering covering strategic operations worldwide. Employing over 4,000 personnel they operate with a focus on oil sands, conventional exploration and development and unconventional gas

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeenshire

    Posted: Wed 07 Jan at 1:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • ExpiredDrilling Environmental Advisor

    Australia > BeachportEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Spencer Ogden, on behalf of an globally recognised client seek applications from experienced Drilling Waste Management professionals for ongoing work in an environmental advisory role. Our client is seeking an inpidual from a DWM, mud engineering or solids control background with a strong fundamental grounding in environmental sustainability and HSE principles to ensure both compliance and cost efficiency. The successful applicant will ideally: *5 years experience + in DWM, mud engineering or solids control or as a 'Mud Cop' *Have a strong knowledge of rig/oilfiled best practices *Functional knowledge of Drilling Fluids systems *Knowledge of safety and regulatory statutes *Have a practical understanding of QHSE principles *Possess Australian work rights Qualifications *Certifications in Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET) *Basic Offshore Safety Instruction and Emergency Training (BOSIET) *Common Safety Training Program (CSTP) *TapRoot Analysis *High School Graduate or equivalent *Engineering Degree of related equivalent This is a full time rotational role (28/28) and will be remunerated through a salary and day rate combination. More information will be provided upon application. Only applicants with relevant experience will be contacted Spencer Ogden is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

    Type: Long Term Contract / OffshoreSalary: Not stated

    Spencer Ogden, on behalf of an globally recognised client seek applications from experienced Drilling Waste Management professionals for ongoing work in an environmental advisory r...

    Posted: Mon 22 Dec at 13:22       Job Expired: Mon 19 Jan at 13:22

  • ExpiredEnvironmental Consultant

    United Kingdom > LondonEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Key Requirements

    Offshore Survival Certificate requirements; In Country & Project specific (Offshore &/or Overseas); otherwise Genesis Standard Office Procedures.

    Job Description

    Accountabilities and Responsibilities: * Controls and authorises relevant environmental engineering activities to ensure necessary environmental performance can be achieved in design, in accordance with project requirements, relevant laws, regulations and codes. * Reviews job scope and provides estimates, where necessary, for activity completion. * Prepares detailed schedules for applicable environmental activities. * Ensures the distribution of technical data and discipline work instruction. * Reviews and checks applicable project specification. * Develops and analyses engineering solutions to specific job requirements. * Provides technical bid evaluations input. * Participates in purchase order precommittal meeting, where necessary. * Reviews and approves all relevant vendor data. * Participates in safety and design review meetings, where necessary. * Participates in regular engineering progress review meetings, where appropriate and ensures corrective actions are taken when necessary. * Provides information, where necessary, for estimating the cost of scope of work changes. * Ensures compliance with prescribed quality plan and participates in quality assurance audits. Safety Responsibilities: * In Country & Project specific (Offshore/Overseas) If you are a dedicated Environmental Consultant who offers proven and unrivalled skills and are looking for your next exciting project to join, then please apply!

    Type: Short Term Contract / Site, Office, Offshore, InternationalSalary: Competitive

    A highly motivated and enthusiastic Environmental Consultant is required to join one of the leading consultancies in the UK on an interesting development project. As the Environmental Consultant you will lead and co-ordinate all the Environmental discipline personnel assigned to a project and will be responsible for the content and quality of all environmental work undertaken on the project.

    Posted: Wed 10 Dec at 15:03       Job Expired: Sat 13 Dec at 15:03

  • CancelledLead Environmental Advisor

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is one of the largest international Oil & Gas companies in the world with operations covering the entire energy chain. The group operates in over 130 countries and employs over 95,000 personnel worldwide

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Lead Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeen

    Responsibilities will include:
    Lead a team of environmental advisors, with responsibility for providing work direction and technical guidance, checking work/project progress, identifying team resources, setting priorities and time schedule
    Develop team members to ensure they fulfil their potential through coaching, exposure to different tasks and training
    Provide guidance and support to environmental advisors within discipline team
    Prepare and manage the discipline budget (Studies and Modifications) and ensure closure expenditure is within acceptable percentage of original budget
    Deputise for Head of Environment
    Manage work programme for Company-wide ISO14001 Certification
    Lead or Participate in Audits to ensure compliance with Environmental Aspects of Company Management System
    Deliver training packages on various environmental issues
    Manage preparation of Environmental Statements for New Developments (including budget estimates)
    Produce Petroleum Operations Notices and Chemical permit applications which are required for all wells, pipeline discharges and production operations
    Prepare environmental component of licensing round submissions
    Liaise with Regulatory bodies (e.g. DTI/SEPA) regarding environmental legislation and inspections
    Provide expert environmental advice to Business and Support Units

    Qualifications/Experience
    Degree educated
    Professional qualification in Environment
    Thorough knowledge and understanding of environmental legislation
    Approved Environmental Management System Lead Auditor
    Trained in Oil Spill Management and Modelling
    Valid offshore certification

    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 899389

    Orion Group currently supplies over 4,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 40 offices worldwide, Orion Group operates internationally and in October 2013, were named the UK's number one for Oil & Gas recruitment

    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is one of the largest international Oil & Gas companies in the world with operations covering the entire energy chain. The group operates in over 130 countries and employs over 95,000 personnel worldwide

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Lead Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeen

    Posted: Thu 27 Nov at 1:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • ExpiredSenior Consultant – Chemical Risk & Data Management

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Key Requirements

    Essential Attributes: • Experience of the offshore oil and gas sector • Experience of environmental permitting application preparation and submission through DECC’s Portal Environmental Tracking System (PETS) • Motivated self-starter with the ability to work independently with client personnel (mainly engineers) • Good academic background to a degree or equivalent standard • Well-developed background knowledge in chemistry, toxicology, environmental engineering, marine ecology or a similar discipline • Ability to gather, assimilate and analyse information (including numerical data) that may not relate to your core discipline, e.g. engineering information from oil and gas projects • Excellent technical writing skills and competence in the Microsoft Office suite of software • Attention to detail, thoroughness, perseverance and the ability to work methodically and complete work • Good communication, organisational and time management skills and a strong team player • Previous experience of consultancy

    Job Description

    This role will primarily involve the preparation of chemical permits using DECC’s Environmental Permitting System, for the use and discharge of chemicals offshore, preparation of other types of environmental permit and the provision of environmental support to their oil and gas customers. In addition the successful candidate may be required to contribute to other work that is appropriate to their skills and experience, such as environmental impact assessments for oil and gas projects. Reporting to the Team leader, the position will involve client management, work-winning, project management, hands-on project work and the application of commercial and technical skills and knowledge. The position is based in Aberdeen, but occasionally consultants may be required to work offshore and overseas.

    Type: Staff or Contract / OfficeSalary: Competitive

    Our Client is looking to recruit a Senior Consultant within their Chemical Risk and Data Management Team.

    Posted: Wed 26 Nov at 11:45       Job Expired: Sun 25 Jan at 11:45



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