Safety Advisor

Job Title: Safety Advisor
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Sarnia, Canada
Salary: £75 - £80 per hour
Start Date: 2019-08-11
Reference: BH-111305-1
Contact Name: Erika Szydlik
Contact Email:
Job Published: July 22, 2019 18:32

Job Description

NES Global Talent is a leading global technical recruitment company providing professional contract and permanent staff to a diverse world-wide client base within the oil & gas Industry. Our client, a well-known operator company, currently has an opportunity for a Safety Advisor in Sarnia, ON. This is a 3 month contract starting in August. All candidates must be local or willing to find own accommodations as no camp or LOA is provided

Provides safety / health support to the site leadership team and the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) ) Contractor's organization. In some cases, responsibilities may extend to other Safety, Security, Health, and Environmental (Safety, Security, Health, and Environment (SSHE) ) issues, status, and metrics.

  • Bachelor's or master's degree or equivalent preferred
  • Demonstrated work experience in
  • construction safety-related positions (including some prior oil & gas experience)
  • Extensive knowledge of security processes and procedures
  • Proficient in use of computers and programs such as PowerPoint, Excel, Word and Microsoft Office
  • Read, write, and speak fluent English, as required to function effectively within a project team
  • Prior experience working in a multicultural / multilingual, emerging nation, environment required
  •  Willingness to travel / live away from home for extended time periods
  • Demonstrated ability (through past project successes) to deliver excellence in project SSHE performance
  • Demonstrated ability to develop successful internal and external working relationships with emphasis on interfacing in a team environment
  • Must be fit for duty for a construction field environment (examples include uneven, unpaved walking surfaces, large structures that are accessible only via
  • ladders or stairs, standing for extended time periods, climbing, bending, walking reaching, and other physical demands)
  • Ability to work in harsh environments (examples include temperature and / or humidity extremes, remote locations with limited amenities) with changing priorities