McDermott International, Ltd
About the job
People power our future. That is why advancing a dynamic, inclusive environment, where everyone grows and thrives is critically important to us.
Our ingenuity fuels daily life.Together, weve forged some of the most trusted partnerships across the energy value chain to make what was once just an idea a reality: laying subsea infrastructure thousands of feet below sea level, installing offshore platforms hundreds of miles from shore, and using our expertise to design and build offshore wind infrastructure.
For more than 100 years, we’ve been making the impossible possible. Today, we’re driving the energy transition with more than 30,000 of the brightest minds across 54 countries.
Here, what you do matters.
Provides Management of HSE-related activities in support of all operations. This role serves as a focal point and provides Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) expertise and support to all facility activities. Direct an organization’s HSE programs. Develops, implements, and manages HSE programs, policies, and procedures. Must be aware of federal, state and local HSE laws to ensure the organization complies with all current HSE regulations. Develop business unit HSE management systems. Administers an HSE continuous improvement process.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
Engage line management and staff to realize zero incident HSEperformance.
Prioritize and execute HSErelated tasks and projects.
Implementing and maintaining the effectiveness of McDermott and site local HSE program, standards, policies, procedures and reporting requirements.
Managing a positive interface with regulatory entities and internal customers.
Adopt and implement best industry practices for HSE.
Influence customers and/or organizational leadership to accomplish operational objectives.
Communicate with and advise senior management on issues and concernsrelating to projects and site operations requiring HSE support and guidance.
Communicates, presents or justifies overall HSE performance to management as necessary.
Provide advisory support to Technical Services andCustomer Services teams forthe provision of products,and spent product reclamation activities on a global basis.
Verify company and client compliance with Health,Safety & Environmental policies, Occupational Safety and HealthAdministration and EnvironmentalProtection Agency (or local jurisdiction)regulations, and other job-specified procedures or standards.
HSE Critical Activities Currently Include:
Hazard Effects Management
Regulatory Interpretation & permitting
Fire Related Systems
Environmental program & Product Stewardship
Management of IH Activities
Change Management (e.g. PSM related)
Support to field Technical Services team
HSE Level 1 Critical Tasks Include:
Tanks and Tank Farm Operations
Inspections and Approval of Safety Equipment and Systems
On Site Emergency Response
HSE Level 2 Critical Tasks Include:
Human Factors Engineering
HSE Case Development
HSE Audit Review
Supervision of Staff Performing Level 1 Critical Tasks
Vendor/Contractor HSE Assessment/Qualification; HSE Metric Reporting
Essential Qualifications and Education:
Bachelors/Masters Degree (or equivalent combination of education and experience) in a related field
10 years of HSE Management Experience within the Energy Industry through all phases of EPCI project delivery
Industry and professional certifications within the HSE field
Broad knowledge of laws, regulations and practices in areas of HSE, Transportation and CustomsRegulations
Must possess a valid drivers license withclean driving record.
Willingness to travel, as requiredand availability to report towork upon shortnotice (within 24 hours) of job assignment.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Computer Literate in MS Office Applications