This is a non-supervisory position in an HSE team based in Perth.
Role & Responsibilities:
25% Support coordination of ESHIA deliverables and government approvals process including managing/reviewing technical scopes of work for environmental studies and modelling.
25% Develop and implement the environmental compliance assurance program for the Project’s execution work scopes. This includes implementation of Impact Mitigation Strategies and Compliance Registers for Approval requirements.
15% Provide environmental design advice to Project team through participation in key decisions, workshops and review of technical documents. Coordinate environmental risk assessment.
15% Support contracts development and mobilization of contractors (marine and terrestrial scopes) to ensure compliance with approval requirements.
10% Work collaboratively with internal and EPCM teams to develop and implement environmental stewardship training and awareness packages for the design, construction and commissioning workforce.
10% Conduct environmental compliance inspections and audits of work sites, and participate in third party and regulator inspections and audits of field activities.
Complexity that should be considered when evaluating this position:
The project will be subject to a suite of State and Commonwealth environmental approval conditions that will require the development and implementation of environmental management plans and supporting management system processes and procedures. A strong working knowledge of applied environmental management for major construction and operating facility activities in sensitive terrestrial and marine environments is required.
Position competencies and experience requirements:
• Minimum Qualifications: Environmental Engineering or Environmental Science Degree
• Minimum of 5 years relevant, practical experience in resource industry construction projects and/or operating facilities. Experience in working with EPCM contractors and subcontractors is highly desirable.
• Demonstrated working knowledge of environmental management systems. Management system auditor qualification is highly desirable.
• Strong organisational, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills are essential.
• Practical working knowledge of relevant Western Australian and Commonwealth environmental legislation is essential.