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Oil & Gas: Job Vacancy at Santos
is an Australian-based oil and gas exploration and production company
with high quality assets and projects throughout Australia and the
Asia–Pacific region. In support of our growing Indonesian business we
are currently seeking applications from suitably qualified and
experienced candidates for the following positions:
Safety Compliance Coordinator (Code : SCC)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly capable Safety
Compliance Coordinator to work in the EHS Team in Santos Jakarta Office.
As a Safety Compliance Coordinator in Santos Indonesia you will be
reporting to the EHS Manager. Major responsibilities are to develop and
implement effective Health & Safety standards for Santos operations
to deliver strong Health & Safety performance in compliance with
Government regulation as well as corporate guidance.
Roles and Responsibilities including but not limited to: • Review
and update technical Health & Safety procedures and processes in
coordination with relevant parties according to government regulation as
well as company requirement to achieve strong health and safety
performance while achieving business needs. • Act as focal point
for Health & Safety support in order to serve as a technical source
for Health & Safety activities and improvements within the company.
• Review annual Health & Safety improvement plan for the Indonesia
business unit in alignment with corporate plan where applicable in order
to ensure accomplishment of Companys Health & Safety objectives.
• Develop and deliver Health & Safety training to staff and
contractors covering induction, Health & Safety skills, emergency
response and statutory requirements training to provide Health &
Safety awareness throughout the conduct of business activities. •
Provide Health & Safety guidance and technical advice to the
Indonesia Management team (eg. gap analysis between government
regulation and Santos implementation) to ensure compliance with
government regulations and corporate requirement and drive continuous
improvement efforts. • Interface with the Government of Indonesia
and professional association to maintain relationship and support
companys business needs. • Actively participate in EHS meetings in
order to communicate Health & Safety activities and updates on
Safety statistics to the management team. • Coordinate and
participate in audit compliance for implementation of EHS Management
Systems and Management plans to assure that company cooperates in
compliance with government regulations and company requirements. •
May lead investigation and provide solution towards Health & Safety
issues to analyse the issues and provide preventive standards. •
Monitor and evaluate Health & Safety performance, including monthly
incidents and trends in order to ensure personnel work in a safe manner.
• Prepare and coordinate regular reports for Santos corporate,
Government office and joint venture in order to ensure accurate and on
time submission of the reports. • Perform effective contractor and
supplier management procedure which includes monitoring procedure
referring to SKKMIGAS guidelines, reviewing of EHS questionnaires, and
issuing EHS certificate for the contractors, in order to ensure that the
contractor also implement of Santos EHS guidelines. Qualifications : • Minimum Bachelors Degree majoring Hygiene. • At least 10 years of experience in Health and Safety areas. • Have OHSAS 18001 certified, taproot training, NEBOSH. • Good communication and able to influence. • Proven strong organizational and communication skills.
Santos provides a market competitive remuneration strategy and employee
benefits, and also offers excellent professional development
If you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for this role, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 7 March 2014 and note the title of the role you are applying for.
Candidates will be evaluated based on assessment of their skills,
knowledge, experience and relevant qualifications in accordance with the
requirements of the role. Only shortlisted candidates will be