Environmental Supervisor

CCL Global Sub-Saharan Africa

TANZANIAN NATIONAL*

ACTIVITIES

The Environmental Supervisor will report to the Environmental Lead and will have the following responsibilities:

•    Directly supporting the EPcmC staff and CONTRACTORs ensuring delivery of the Pipeline and associated AGI, and EITS infrastructure are on-time and to budget.
•    Assist the Lead in attending in project Go/No-go HSE / R3 reviews for project mobilisation.
•    Support reviewing/commenting on Contractor Control Plans (CCP), Contractor Implementation Plan and Procedures (CIPP), and method statements to ensure that requirements of ESIA, BAP, ESAP and other related documents are considered and addressed.
•    Provide support and direction to site-based Environmental advisors based on construction priorities and ESIA/ESAP/BAP commitments.
•    To provide on the job training and coaching to site environment teams, liaising either directly or indirectly with training providers to ensure training is provided and performance monitoring of such.
•    Support construction teams through on-site support during major river crossing activities or other construction activities of a sensitive nature.
•    Support field Environment teams in identifying initial erosion control requirements.
•    Assist the Lead in implementing a regular site auditing program, including development of audit protocol and schedule, implementation of audit, writing audit reports and following up closure of actions resulting from audits.
•    Assist the Lead in participating in the company audit and self-assessment program for environmental compliance.
•    Assist field teams implementing an Environment training program for EPcmC staff on site.
•    Assist the Lead in developing and implementing the main Environmental Coordination Plan and Environmental Inspection Matrix.
•    Assist the Lead in maintaining databases and record storage for Environmental systems reports and compliance audits.
•    Ensure that project environmental reporting and all ESIA matters comply with IFC requirements and Equator Principles IV.
•    Ensure any environmental design mitigations are captured in CONTRACTORS EMP and related procedures.
•    Verifying CONTRACTOR have all valid permits and regulatory compliance and requirement approvals.
•    Participate in H2SE environmental Inspections, Reviews, and Assessments.
•    Support the investigation of external environmental complaints, verify, and prepare reports based on the findings.
•    Participate in Environmental Incident Investigations or Incident Review processes.
•    Manage, monitor, and direct surveillance and inspection activities of contractor environmental advisors.
•    Provide support in monitoring, managing, and reporting on the environmental activities of contracted 2nd & 3rd party services.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIRED EXPERIENCE 

•    Master or Bachelor of Science degree with 8 years’ environmental supervision experience in the construction industry, preferably onshore pipeline & related facility scopes are essential.
•    At least 6 years of environmental supervision experience working within a cross-functional oil & gas pipeline project team supporting; contractor construction, commissioning, and start-up readiness.
•    Experience in analysing environmental data to report accurate KPI’s and potential non-compliance status back to the project management team.
•    Working knowledge and understanding of ISO 14001, ISO 31000.
•    Good environmental field experience and knowledge of TOTAL standards, applicable international performance standards (IFC Performance Standards, Equator Principles IV, World Bank EHS guidelines and other related best practice including Uganda and Tanzania regulatory requirements (where applicable).

COMPETENCIES 

•    Competency and proven experience within Worley or equivalent proprietary management systems and associated desktop applications for project delivery.
•    Competency within industry applications such as Assure, OMIE, Aconex, PowerBI, P6, SharePoint, Adobe, MS Office – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio.
•    Excellent English communication skills (oral and written) including the ability to articulate Environmental concerns and solutions with teams consisting of individuals with various technical and educational backgrounds.
•    Physical ability to work in the field and conduct inspection in difficult terrain.
•    Autonomous, self-motivated, and flexible with the ability to adapt quickly to change or shifting priorities.
•    Effective communication and interaction with construction crews in the field and management teams.
•    Knowledge of project HSE strategy and commitments regarding site based environmental management.
•    Demonstrate proficiency in the interpretation of Environmental plans, policies, and regulations.
•    Working knowledge of regulatory requirements such as environmental compliance regulations, safety regulations, and local permit requirements.
•    Knowledge of root cause analysis (RCA); data-driven decisions, Environment risk analysis and analytical reporting.
•    Concise report writing daily.
•    Staff management experience (knowledge transfer, mentoring and motivation techniques).
•    A strong communication, networking, collaboration, and well-developed team-working skills, especially in multidiscipline and multi-cultural teams.

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