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Field Environmental Coordinator - Canada

YOUR OPPORTUNITY: As the Field Environmental Coordinator apply your strong problem solving and communication skills to coordinate the environmental activities at our operational sites within the Fort St. John area. ? Manage assessment and remediation activities at operating sites, including site prioritization, budgeting and management of environmental consultants ? Participate in the implementation of Canadian Natural?s Environmental Management System, including communication and training for field employees and contractors ? Perform field inspections to identify environmental compliance issues and to identify opportunities to prevent or mitigate future environmental liabilities, and work with the Safety & Compliance and Operations personnel to address these issues and reduce future liability ? Manage initial spill response, and oversee activities of spill consultant on initial spill response This position is based in Fort St. John, British Columbia and is eligible for: ? Relocation to Fort St. John COMPETITIVE SALARY - STOCK OPTIONS - STOCK SAVINGS PLAN - ANNUAL BONUSES ? BENEFITS! HOW WILL YOU MAKE YOUR MARK? ? Manage environmental reporting and compliance obligations on site with British Columbia?s Oil and Gas Commission (OGC) and Ministry of Environment (MOE) approval, including monthly and annual reporting, and soil and groundwater monitoring where required ? Work with Calgary-based personnel to ensure coordination of on-site work is managed from Calgary (e.g., decommissioning and surface reclamation work) ? Work with Surface Land and Operations personnel to address environmental concerns of stakeholders ? Respond to, and coordinate the follow-up for, environmental regulatory compliance issues ? Provide environmental assistance to development projects, which may include regulatory and facility applications ? Participate in various regulatory, industry and stakeholder groups as required ? Stay up to date on regulatory changes and anticipate up-coming requirements ? Align with Canadian Natural?s mindset of continuous improvement by actively seeking methods to increase efficiencies and reduce liabilities QUALIFICATIONS: ? Typically 5+ years of environmental or reclamation experience in the oil and gas industry with a degree or diploma in a related discipline such as a Bachelor of Science or Environmental Engineering ? Field experience in reclamation and/or environmental assessment or remediation ? Project management and budgeting experience ? Familiarity with and understanding of: o Regulatory requirements as they pertain to Western Canadian oil and gas operations o BC Contaminated Site Regulations o Computer applications such as SITEview would be an asset To see related Environmental/Regulatory roles at CNRL, visit: web address removed >/Environmental-Regulatory About Canadian Natural At Canadian Natural, we strive to live through our mission statement: 'To develop people to work together to create value for the Company's shareholders by doing it right with fun and integrity.' As a leading oil and gas producer, our diverse combination of assets include light oil, heavy oil, in situ oil sands production, oil sands mining and upgrading facilities, and natural gas. At Canadian Natural, safety is a core value. We conduct all of our operations in a way that identifies, minimizes and mitigates harm to the health and safety of employees, contractors, the public and the environment. Canadian Natural Resources Limited - CNRL - is a publicly traded company on the TSX and NYSE as CNQ....

Camp Operations Coordinator, Surmont

Company Overview ConocoPhillips is one of the world?s largest independent Exploration & Production companies based on proved reserves and production of liquids and natural gas. We explore for, produce, transport and market crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, liquefied natural gas and bitumen on a worldwide basis, with operations and activities in 27 countries. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ConocoPhillips had operations and activities in 27 countries, $54 billion in annual revenue, $118 billion of total assets, and approximately 18,400 employees as of Dec. 31, 2013. ConocoPhillips Canada (CPC) is one of the country's largest oil and natural gas production and exploration companies. Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, we are a leading producer of natural gas and liquids, with a world-class portfolio of assets in Western Canada, the Arctic, Atlantic Canada and oil sands interests near Fort McMurray, Alberta. We are the largest leaseholder in the Athabasca region of the oil sands. With about one million net acres in holdings, CPC is well positioned to become a leading in-situ producer. Our story in Canada began over 100 years ago and continues today with our team of over 2,700 full-time employees. We develop our projects in a way that is intended to enhance the economic and social benefit to communities while minimizing the environmental impact associated with development. Together we will continue our journey toward becoming Canada?s safest, most respected and most profitable gas and bitumen producer. Description ConocoPhillips Canada (CPC) is currently looking for a Camp Operations Coordinator. Reporting to the Logistics Supervisor, the successful incumbent will be responsible for managing the accommodations facilities in which all Surmont employees and contract staff reside. Why ConocoPhillips and why this role? Joining a company with a world-class portfolio of assets We have the most comprehensive benefits in the market Career advancement and development opportunities Responsibilities Manage the Contract Operator of the Surmont Regional Residence and other area camps including: Providing appropriate direction and consultation for contract workforce which includes accommodations management, catering, housekeeping, grounds keeping, maintenance and other support staff Participate in and lead contractor progress meetings Develop, track, analyze and report key performance indicators in order to properly manage ConocoPhillips accommodations facilities Actively manage the contractor?s quality control and quality assurance program to ensure the contractual obligations align with the service performance. Develop and manage action plans accordingly. Using performance management techniques to monitor and demonstrate achievement of agreed service levels and to lead on improvement Support and comply with the policies, goals, efforts, and programs of CPCs Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Management System. Ensure HSE issues are given primary consideration in all activities undertaken within area of responsibility. Unsafe acts and/or conditions, no matter in what area of responsibility, are to be reported so corrective actions can be taken. Responding appropriately to emergencies or urgent issues as they arise. Assist in the development, execution, tracking and reporting of the accommodation facilities budget. The successful candidate will take a proactive approach to managing costs while maintaining high regional accommodations, facility, and catering standards. Strategically link regional accommodations requirements to regional objectives: Acts as an interface between operations and the other business units on accommodations, forecasting, budgets and other associated matters Support the corporate integrated planning team and collaborate with the operations services team to ensure the room contracting strategy enables high accommodations utilization Planning for future activities such as turnarounds and projects in line with strategic business objectives Collaborate with ConocoPhillips Transportation Coordinators to ensure all logistics related to the accommodations facilities are conducted efficiently and effectively. Monitors the quality of services provided to ensure safe, hygienic and top-quality lifestyle is experienced by the customer. Conduct periodic quality and safety surveillance audits Drives to ensure the Surmont Regional Residence and other area camps continually lead accommodation standards for the Oil Sands industry Ensure the Surmont Regional Residence and other area camps are run in accordance to local and provincial/federal regulations Maintains an effective working relationship with all suppliers (food, materials, and service providers) Participate on and guide a site wellness committee focused on nutrition, exercise, recreation and overall health Other ancillary duties as assigned...

Project Manager

Project Manager, oil and gas SMi Faciliop is a full service EPCM and EPC company with regional and international infrastructure in place. SMi Faciliop aligns itself with our clients Health, Safety & Environmental objectives and corporate philosophies. We provide strong engineering, estimation, planning and project management teams that deliver projects that work the first time. Work Location: Calgary Responsibilities: Direct, control and manage all aspects of the project; Establish and review budgets and meet those budgets on the projects personally managed; Provide input to the preparation of the project implementation schedule Review project schedule and progress on the projects personally managed; Prepare or direct preparation and modification of reports, specifications, plans, construction schedules, environmental impact studies, and designs for project; Ensure the estimate is complete, is updated and maintained and the client is aware at all times of the forecast final cost; Maintain continued relationship with clients/potential clients to assure securing future work; Identify potential business development with existing clients and potential clients;...

Lean Coordinator

Company Introduction Formet Industries is a division of Magna International Inc.; a leading global supplier of technologically advanced automotive systems, components and complete modules. As the most diversified automotive components supplier in the world, Magna designs, engineers, and manufactures a complete range of exterior and interior vehicle systems. Magna's customers, the major automotive Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), recognize the Company for its innovative technology and product design and total vehicle program management. Job Introduction Formet is looking for an experienced Lean Coordinator POSITION SUMMARY: The position of the Lean Coordinator is responsible for supporting all Departments and the Steering Team performing various functions that will help guide and foster a team spirit that supports both the Magna Employee's Charter and the goals of Formet. The Lean Coordinator oversees and monitors all activities, and personnel by acting as liaison in matters regarding policy application, employee relations and continuous improvement related to the department functions. Under the general direction of the General Manager and Assistant General Manager, the Lean Coordinator has ongoing contacts both internally and externally and must combine his/her technical, human and conceptual skills to plan, control and lead the team toward meeting divisional objectives. Major Responsibilities DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: The Lean Coordinator will perform all duties and promote themselves in a manner that reflects the Lean Coordinators Expectations; Formet's Visions and Values, and Magna's Employee's Charter. Follow and abide by all Government, Legal, Magna and Formet rules and regulations. Help establish Formet Business Plan and Departmental Goals and Objectives (People, Investor, Customer) Ensure that Formet Business Plan and Departmental Goals and Objectives are met (People, Investor, Customer) Develop and support Departmental leadership succession plans Ensure that short and long term planning is established for department in the areas of, but not limited to, Operating budget, manpower planning, CIP and cost reduction plans, Quality, Safety, Environmental and Employee satisfaction and motivation. Develop programmes for record retention, continuous improvement and job training. Participate in the creation and implementation of clearly defined rules of conduct and communications. Provide training and work instructions in the areas of, but not limited to, Health & Safety, TS 16949, ISO14001, job specific etc. Reinforce the Open Door process. Participate in recruiting of personnel by conducting interviews as required. Participate in the monthly Team Member meetings and provide timely feedback on issues and concerns. Ensure policies and procedures are created objectively and reviewed and approved as required. Educate support and promote corporate initiatives i.e. Employee's Charter, EOS, Hotline, Fairness Committee, the Employee Advocate and our Lean Initiatives. Manage without discrimination and personal bias, which includes race, creed or any prohibited grounds as outlined in Human Rights legislation. Provide your people with the opportunity for a "Better place to work for a better life". The Investors a "Better company to invest in for a better return" and your Customers a "Better product for a better price". Perform other duties as required. Educate our workforce on our Lean initiatives. Promote the benefits of becoming a Lean organization. Knowledge and Education RECOMMENDED QUALIFICATIONS: Completion of a specialised course(s) taught in recognised community colleges and universities, consisting of more than two academic years. Or equivalent combination of education and work related experience. Human resource skill and maturity in judgement required. Five (5) Ten (10)years related work experience in an automotive environment. A working knowledge (oral and written) of both English and Mathematics. Good organizational, leadership, interpersonal and problem solving skills. Must have good communication skills. Able to work shift work. Must be proficient in computer use. Able to be flexible in hours of work in order to meet internal/external customer requirements (scheduled and non-scheduled overtime shifts, etc.) Work Experience RECOMMENDED QUALIFICATIONS: Completion of a specialised course(s) taught in recognised community colleges and universities, consisting of more than two academic years. Or equivalent combination of education and work related experience. Human resource skill and maturity in judgement required. Five (5) Ten (10)years related work experience in an automotive environment. A working knowledge (oral and written) of both English and Mathematics. Good organizational, leadership, interpersonal and problem solving skills. Must have good communication skills. Able to work shift work. Must be proficient in computer use. Able to be flexible in hours of work in order to meet internal/external customer requirements (scheduled and non-scheduled overtime shifts, etc.) Skills and Competencies CORE COMPETENCIES: Microsoft office systems. Budget planning. Standard Operating Procedure Presentation and Facilitation skills. Knowledge of Lean Initiatives and tools Work Environment WORKING CONDITIONS: Office and Manufacturing Environments...

Project Coordinator

Enterprising Opportunity POSITION: PROJECT COORDINATOR Regular Full Time Real Estate & Store Development LOCATION: Gibraltar House, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada REPORTS TO: Senior Project Manager and Project Manager SUMMARY: Provides overall assistance to the ProjectManager and accountable for the project management of small to medium sized construction/renovationprojects. Develops specifications fromCAD drawings and coordinates fixtures, equipment, maintenance and environmentalservices. ACCOUNTABILITIES: Coordinates facility related projects under the guidance of the SeniorProject Manager. Project administration including: pricing of change orders, trackingrequests for information, review of shop drawings, and coordination ofinformation provided and required by sub-trades and suppliers. Works closely with developers, contractors and vendors on constructionissues and contracts to ensure all stakeholders adhere to NWC guidelines andspecifications. Works with CAD drawings to prepare detailed specificationrequirements. Assists PM to tender construction scope of workand fixtures and equipment installations. Performsproject site inspections and prepares and mitigates issues as they arise. Assist PM to enforce construction standards andcost controls. Develops detailed specifications, scope of workand budget summaries. Assist PM to maintain the project budgets and financialrecords for all capital projects. Proactively identify, address and resolveissues and problems as required. Maintains project documentation andcommunication files. Develop and maintain positive relationshipswith client(s), consultant(s), sub-trades and suppliers to mitigate issues asthey arise. Works with regulators to ensure all applicablepermits are in place. Assist PM to complete square footage reports. Assist PM to maintain central filing system. Update project status reports and quarterlycost projections weekly. Assist PM to develop project charters, scopeand budgets. Assist PM to prepare the close the projectreports to ensure sign-off by all required parties. Maintain filing standards for all departmentalprograms, i.e. site inspection reports....

Quality Assurance Coordinator - NOV Aftermarket

Job Summary: The Quality Assurance Coordinator is responsible for the daily organization and maintenance of the Quality Management System. Essential Job Responsibilities: Coordinates with other resources (Service, Shop, Buyer/Planner, Engineering, Project Team, Operations, and Manufacturing) and brings significant problems encountered to the departmental manager or General Manager's attention. Demonstrate the capability to work independently on complex and multiple projects requiring judgment to resolve problems. Familiarize yourself with operational controls such as safe working practices and job hazard analysis as appropriate to specific work tasks. Assistance with development, promotion and review of these processes and documentation could be required. Responsible to follow all applicable company and corporate policies, guiding principles, procedures and programs; including but not limited to the process map, support processes, health, safety and environmental requirements. Participate in shop inspections/investigations; including shop, environment, equipment and QHSE incidents. From these surveys monitor the correction process of deficiencies are completed in a timely manner and maintain records and documentation accordingly. Controlling and conducting Internal Quality Audits in accordance with agreed schedule. Conducting supplier audits as required by Quality System Ensuring arrangements and organizing agenda for audits conducted by external organizations. Acting as audit guide when necessary. Developing and maintaining quality procedures and practices. Distributing new issues and updates of Management System procedures and practices. Provide reporting of Quality System results. Provide contact with customers, as needed for input on customer expectations. Release of items held in quarantine and stop release of jobs. Signatory on Certificates of Conformance for the Company. Approval of Concession requests. Signatory on Contract Review for Department in the absence of Department Manager. All other duties as assigned....

Sales Representative, Ethicon Surgical Care (1 yr contract) - J&J Medical Companies, Vancouver, BC

Johnson & Johnson, through its operating companies, is the world's most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services, for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices and diagnostics markets. We strive to provide scientifically sound, high quality products and services to help heal, cure disease and improve the quality of life. Johnson & Johnson Medical Companies (JJMC), a division of Johnson & Johnson Inc., markets and distributes medical device and diagnostic solutions for use in institutional and primary health care settings across Canada. JJMC focuses on providing minimally invasive treatment options spanning various medical procedures and disease states. Among the products represented by its various business units are: surgical instruments, orthopaedic implants, devices for women's health including breast care, infection prevention and general purpose sterilizers, hernia solutions, haemostatic products, cardiovascular and neurovascular diagnostics and treatment. For nearly a century, Ethicon's products have been in the hands of healthcare practitioners, transforming their work and restoring the lives of patients they serve. As part of the Surgical Care Group of Johnson & Johnson, our commitment to improving and enhancing the lives of patients is fully realized when our products are in the hands of our customers. Ethicon produces much more than sutures. We have continuously introduced innovations in all areas where we focus our expertise including: wound closure; general surgery; biosurgery; women's health, and aesthetic medicine. Position Overview Sales responsibilities for Hemostasis Products in the province of British Columbia Key responsibilities: The Biosurgical Sales Representative is responsible for: Attainment of sales/market share objectives, execution of regional/local promotional activities and programs for assigned products/therapeutic areas, effective territory management, operating within assigned territory budget, and adherence to assigned administrative duties. Must provide feedback on customers, promotional programs, and environmental changes and provide ideas to improve product and company performance in the marketplace. Work in collaboration with members of the regional sales team to improve performance and product knowledge, interact with sales and marketing management to refine product and market initiatives Call on existing and prospective customers, provide product information and quotes appropriate customer prices Develop account planning for new and existing accounts and grow existing accounts within established geographic territory....

Commissioning and Start Up Coordinator

Location/City : AB - Calgary Country/Locale : Canada Category : Oil & Gas Id : 4127 Area Code : 403 Position Overview : PTAG is seeking experienced Commissioning and Start Up Coordinator (CSU Coordinator) to be a part of a large capital project in Western Canada. As Commissioning and Start Up Coordinator, you be responsible for leading and management of all operations support activities during the project execution, mechanical acceptance & turnover as well as commissioning and start-up. Working in the head office and consulting on site pre-construction and during construction and commissioning you will positively impact the organization at all stages of this multi-year major capital project. We provide our staff and contractors with great projects to work on, flexible rotations for field assignments, and health benefits. Location : Calgary, AB Type of Employment : Full time or Contract Responsibilities : Developing project commissioning plan and associated project budget Development of Operating Procedures for the plant and participates in development of Safety, Allocations Regulatory, and reporting processes as required Ensure all operations control room and permit area facilities and hardware are specified and ultimately set up prior to commissioning Work with Completions/Turnover Lead in defining and review of the project system structure to meet all project requirements with respect to turnover, schedule and CSU activities Work with Completions/Turnover Lead in defining and prioritizing the sequencing of all defined systems for turnover to Operations CSU for the project Interface with Quality, Measurement, Automation, EHS etc. to ensure Projects are being designed and executed to organization standards Ensure that as plant systems are turned over to operations from Construction, they are operated and maintained as required Requirements : Minimum 8 years' experience in project execution, operations, commissioning and start up Working knowledge of BCSA and OGC regulatory requirements Working knowledge of Planning and Scheduling practices / objectives Working knowledge of Environmental Health and Safety programs Not ready to apply to one of our positions yet? your resume to be considered for future positions. PTAG is an employee owned capital projects consulting firm providing People, Process and Systems to the Oil & Gas, Power, Mining and Infrastructure industries. For more information about our projects, please visit us here....

Entry Level Marketing Coordinator - Entry Level Marketing & Communications

Entry Level Marketing Coordinator - Entry Level Marketing & Communications We are an innovative marketing firm looking to raise the bar in consumer engagement and connecting people with the right products and services to suit their needs. We work with local and national brands and develop relationship-based marketing campaigns that not only convey the message, but make sure it was received. We are currently expanding the reach of our campaigns nationally and therefore are seeking top talent to take our marketing initiatives to the next level. Position Summary of the Entry Level Marketing Coordinator The entry level Marketing Coordinator position will assist the marketing team in the implementation of all marketing activities, working closely to increase brand awareness, drive sales, and ultimately generate new business leads. This is an entry level marketing position with expose to multifaceted areas of our firm in which full training is provided. Responsibilities of a Marketing Coordinator / Marketing Assistant: Regularly attend client meeting for product knowledge, account performance reviews and goal setting. Implementation of marketing directives and sales strategy on a local level in assigned territories to engage consumers and assist in relationship development with the brand Contact consumers about existing products/services and assess the need for any additional features / upgrades and enter information as part of the consumer feedback loop Track and report measures of success in the market Collaborate on new campaigns and strategies to increase market exposure and new business...

Coordinator PLM

Primary Focus Primarily responsible for execution of Pipeline Maintenance (PLM) activities in the Western Region, including emergency response, regular maintenance of the mainline and operation sites, and completion of capital projects in a safe, efficient manner. Responsibilities Directs and organizes PLM activities necessary to complete planned maintenance, capital projects and emergency response. Ensure all work done is in compliance with company safety, environmental and operating procedures. Ensure customer satisfaction by providing a safe, efficient and environmentally sensitive service that meets their needs. Supports development of the PLM staff in order to meet departmental objectives. Assure an appropriate level of emergency response preparedness through regular training, maintained equipment and ongoing communication with Emergency Services along the ROW. Ensure Alberta / Saskatchewan First Call, Third party requests and other departments are addressed promptly and safely. Assure all permits and safety checks are completed on an annual basis on company vehicles and work equipment. Assure all administration duties are completed (expense accounts, time sheets, odometer readings, Maximo input, pre/post jobs, etc). Coordinator of PLM crew is responsible for all technical aspects of emergency response repairs and planned maintenance projects. Support cost tracking and estimates for projects....

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