AMEC Foster Wheeler

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With us, you’ll be challenged. You’ll be encouraged to excel. You’ll be given the opportunity to build a rewarding career. And you’ll be proud to belong to the Amec Foster Wheeler team.

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We are an equal opportunity employer that recognises the value of a diverse workforce. All suitably qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment on the basis of objective criteria and without regard to the following (which is a non-exhaustive list): race, colour, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other characteristics in accordance with the relevant governing laws.

AMEC Foster Wheeler Portland, TX, USA
Dec 15, 2018
Overview / Responsibilities Wood is seeking an  Environmental Manager  to join our team in Gregory, TX. First level of supervision, supervises subordinate staff in one or more areas of health and safety, oversees the administration and implementation of HSSE policies and procedures, applies specific areas of expertise in the HSSE functional area and requires mature professional knowledge.   This position requires 7+ years of industry and HSSE experience. The role can be a development role for those desiring further progression to HSSE management.   Key Responsibilities Develops procedures, and leads the implementation of processes which have been established to ensure compliance with applicable standards, requirements and identified best practices; Prepares, maintains, and updates HSSE policy and procedure manuals Prepares and formats large, complex reports, presentations and studies using a combination of software; Performs research and prepares reports as requested Prepares documentation and correspondence, composes memos, transcribes notes, and takes dictation and meeting minutes Organizes and maintains confidential files and records of a particularly sensitive nature Tracks client and third party correspondence; prepares status reports Provides leadership, supervision, data interpretation, and technical advice to projects Preparation of project schedules, bids or proposals; Develop project plans and implementation strategy, conduct incident investigation, and evaluate subcontractor’s qualifications Interfaces with project providing leadership and coaching to facilitate continuous HSSE performance improvement Track incidents and maintains HSSE records and HSSE tracking database system; Initiates incident investigations related to accidents and near misses; Works with all employees to instill a safe and environmentally conscientious work environment, determining the awareness level, discussing policies and procedures, advising on the best means of following those policies and procedures, and coaching to improve behavior as needed Participate in the inspection of facilities to detect existing or potential fire, accident and health hazards Coordinates the evaluation, selection, and maintenance of environmental and safety equipment May process and monitor departmental invoices and expense Skills / Qualifications 7+ years’ related experience in HSSE or equivalent combination of education and experience Associates Degree or Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, preferably Safety, Industrial, Chemical, Mechanical Engineering or related field is preferred Thorough understanding of HSSE programs, policies, procedures and systems that apply to assignments Broad knowledge of departmental function, terminology and interrelationships Knowledge of local and federal regulations, requirements, standards and best practices Some internal experience preferred in order to know the business and organizational structure and administrative procedures, documentation requirements, processes and systems PC skills and proficiency with MS programs and HSSE system with ability to efficiently download, manipulate and report data, run ad-hoc reports and logic check data Ability to develop spreadsheets and modify formats in order to independently complete assignments Ability to identify processes/ procedures needed and required improvements to eliminate negative impacts Demonstrated resourcefulness and initiative to complete difficult assignments with minimum supervision Good communication skills (verbal, written and listening) to interact with and resolve a variety of HSSE related problems for all levels of personnel Demonstrates good project planning and execution skills and ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and changing priorities in a fast paced environment Ability to work in a team environment and willingness to assume additional or new responsibilities readily. Ability to maintain regular attendance as per work schedule agreed with manager (may require working an adjusted work schedule based on project assigned and work overtime if warranted) Ability to comply with applicable laws and regulations, the Company’s Code of Business Conduct and other Company policies and procedures Work Environment    Spends 75% of time in an office environment 25% in the field   Physical Demands While performing the duties of this job, is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Is occasionally required to stand; walk; and stoop, kneel, or crouch. Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
AMEC Foster Wheeler Berkshire, UK
Dec 15, 2018
Full time
Overview / Responsibilities We are currently seeking a reliable and highly motivated individual to assist our ecology team on a six-month contract.  This is an ideal opportunity for recent graduates or junior ecologists to obtain highly sought-after industry experience within a global, multi-disciplinary company. This role will provide an excellent first step on the consultancy ladder for the perfect candidate who wishes to progress with a career in ecology.   Our long established but still growing team delivers high quality ecological services on complex projects in a variety of sectors including transport, renewables, nuclear, other power, waste, minerals and property. Right now, we are looking for graduates to support on our major infrastructure projects based in the south-east of England.   Key Responsibilities You will work closely with other ecology team members and with colleagues in other technical disciplines to help deliver surveys to a high standard for clients. You will undertake a broad range of ecological survey work and have the opportunity to assist with reporting. The role will include: Assisting with ecological surveys including bat, great crested newt and reptile surveys; Collating and reviewing ecological information for desk studies; Potential to assist with data management, the production of reports and mapping. Throughout the candidate’s time at Wood there will be unique opportunities to learn and progress their career, with the potential to extend the temporary 6 month contract to a permanent position. The candidate will be paired with a mentor within the ecology team who will provide advice and support throughout the contract period. Skills / Qualifications Wood is looking for high-quality individuals who have an interest in ecology. The ideal candidate will possess: Willingness and eagerness to learn about ecology and wildlife legislation Ability to work well within a team Aptitude to show initiative Reliability, flexibility, and a willingness to work unsociable hours Good communication and organisation skills An ecology or related degree Clean, full U.K. driver’s licence Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com