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Successful candidates for the Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) Specialist position will provide field support for pipeline construction on the Greater Moose’s Tooth (GMT2) Project in Prudhoe Bay under contract to Conoco Phillips. There are six (6) openings available for this project. These positions are field-based project positions, working 10-12 hours/day on a rotational shift schedule that will run from approximately January 9 - April, 2020 and will report to the Project HSE Manager.


·       Ability to work productively without direct supervision on a daily basis.

·       Ability to maintain a positive and professional interface with Client representatives at all times.

·       Ability to maintain confidentiality of Company and Client sensitive and/or proprietary information.

·       Ability to maintain confidentiality of personal employee information.

·       Interface and represent AES-HCC with client company representatives in daily operations and at regular meetings as required.

·       Support other AES-HCC departments with solutions as needed.

·       Timely notification to the HSE Manager of all incidents, including injuries, spills, near-misses and employee issues.

·       Assist in incident investigations, developing action items, and completing incident documentation.

·       Contribute to managing HSE related recordkeeping databases and files, including: incident management database, safety critical equipment database, and others with a high degree of accuracy.

·       Mentoring of HSE issues with Line and Staff personnel.

·       Communication of all pertinent safety bulletins, procedure and policy changes.

·       Conduct regular job task and site specific observations, assessments, audits and evaluations for both safe and at-risk conditions, behaviors and equipment.

·       Provide positive reinforcement and solution-focused interventions, as necessary.

·       Facilitate the procurement, stocking and maintain inventory of safety gear and equipment for employees.

·       Act as a resource for safety meeting and tailgate topics and meeting preparation and presentation in front of large groups of employees.

·       Facilitate timely and accurate Incident Investigation & Corrective Action Development and Implementation utilizing Root Cause Analysis techniques.

·       Function as a Competent Person in the areas of Fall Protection, Confined Space Entry, Respiratory Protection, Energy Isolation/ Lock-out and Tag-out, and Personal Protective Equipment.

·       Ability to safely drive in arctic and inclement weather conditions.

·       Accurate and timely completion of all required paperwork.

·       Working knowledge and ability to use computers and radios as required for reports and communication.

·       Support Safety and Trust as a core value and assume personal accountability and responsibility for safe work practices in all projects, activities, and operations.

·       Ability and willingness to abide by AES-HCC code of conduct, policies and procedures.

·       Inspect facilities and work sites to detect existing or potential hazards and works with crews to provide proactive solutions.

·        Utilize standard safety and industrial hygiene atmospheric and personal monitoring instruments and their knowledge of common hazards in the oil & gas industry to evaluate and develop plans to mitigate worksite hazards and potential personnel exposures.



·       A recognized degree in Occupational Safety and Health, Industrial Hygiene, or Physical Sciences preferred.

·       Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Incident Management or other relational databases preferred.

·       At least five years of work experience in a HSE role is required, and experience in the North Slope oilfields preferred. A lack of formal education may increase experience requirements on a year for year basis.

·       Prior experience with driving commercial vehicles preferred.

·       Current NSTC Card preferred



·       A recognized BCSP Certification of OHST, CHST, ASP, GSP or CSP preferred.

·       Successful candidate must possess a valid Driver’s License.




While performing the duties of this job the employee is expected to be:

·       Calm under pressure and can handle stress. Can be counted on to hold things together during tough times. Is not knocked off balance by the unexpected.


Language skills

While performing the duties of this job the employee must demonstrate the:

·       Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals at the level of a native English speaker.

·       Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.

·       Ability to speak effectively before large groups of employees or customers.


Physical Demands

While performing the duties of this job the employee is:

·       Regularly required to talk or hear. 

·       Frequently required to pull and push horizontally with two hands. 

·       Occasionally required to stand, walk, climb or balance. 

·       Must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds.

·       Specific vision abilities required by this job includes the ability to see in low light conditions and to adjust focus.

·       Required to operate motor vehicles 6-8 hours per day.

·       Required to climb stairs, vertical ladders, and work at heights.

·       Occasionally required to kneel to stand, squat, or crawl.

·       Free from medications that impair judgement, balance, and coordination or motor skills.


Work Environment

While performing the duties of this job:

·        The employee will be working in a remote location, often more than four to six hours from a hospital or advanced medical services beyond professional first aid.

·        Employee will be expected to work outside in arctic and sometimes in extreme arctic weather conditions.

·        Employee will be required to travel in small and large commercial aircraft.

·        Employee may be expected to work 11-14 hours daily on a rotational work schedule up to 6 weeks on shift.


Arctic Gear

Successful candidates will be expected to provide their own personal Arctic/Cold-weather gear.

Employees should dress in layers that are rated to protect against -50 degrees below zero Fahrenheit (-50ºF). Suggested layers of clothing include:

·       Outer or Shell Layer: Insulated and wind-resistant outer jacket with hood and insulated pants with bib and gauntleted-style mittens.

·       Mid Insulation Layer: Lightweight fleece, wool, or down jacket and pants with zippers, collar or draw cords to allow for release of perspiration.

·       Foundation or Base Layer: Soft, comfortable, close fitting top and bottom base layer that is designed to wick away moisture. Wool is recommended.

·       Heavy duty winter boots with removable insulated liner and removable insoles.

·       FRC rated outer gear is recommended but not required.

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