Do you want a rewarding career with plenty of challenges in an international company? Keller Canada Services Ltd. is looking for a candidate for their Canadian operations located in Edmonton, Alberta. Keller is the world’s largest independent ground engineering contractor with operations in more than 30 countries, roughly 7,000 employees and annual revenues of approximately $2 billion (CDN).
We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package as well as participation in our Company profit sharing plan. We foster a relaxed office environment with a business casual dress code and a Company sponsored team lunch every week. Come and see what Keller is all about!
The HSEQ Coordinator reports to the Director, HSEQ. This role provides detailed reporting; tracking of training, drug & alcohol testing results, and HSE materials; and facilitates training and orientation programs to the Division, Site, or Region as required. This role provides the Director, HSEQ, with administrative and coordination services to ensure the effective functioning of the HSEQ Department.
Responsibilities will include:
- Prepare, assemble, and manage processes to ensure the timely submittal of all safety related bidding and project documents;
- Research, develop, and distribute HSEQ related communications;
- Facilitate 3rd party training programs (CSTS and OSSA Regional Orientation);
- Develop, update, and facilitate Orientations for the Region, Site, or Division;
- Coordinate the collection, correlation and input of Incident Investigation materials and information. Prepare and present incident information into in term and final reports;
- Book drug and alcohol testing for pre-employment/reasonable suspicion/pre-access testing.
- Track and coordinate the use of gas monitors with different work-site locations including.
- Manage the Divisional, Site, or Regional training records.
- Complete internal audits;
- Create, prepare and present reports on HSEQ statistics, trends, and other information;
- Other Duties as required.
The successful candidate should possess the following:
- Minimum three (3) years’ experience in Health, Safety & Environment Administration/Coordination.
- Post-secondary education related to office or business administration is an asset.
- NCSO designation with one year of experience or post-secondary education in Occupational Health & Safety.
- Strong organization and administrative skills, including the ability to work independently with minimal direction.
- Good working knowledge of the organization's external business relationships.
- Extensive technical skills using MS Office, Outlook, and the ability to actively reference the internet.
- Superior communication skills with the ability to liaise with all levels of the organization and to use strong network skills to achieve results and obtain information required, using tact, diplomacy, and discretion.
- Experience in business writing, drafting correspondence, minute taking, reports, etc.
- Ability to adapt to changing priorities in a calm and professional manner.
- Detailed working knowledge of the Provincial Health & Safety legislation and other relevant Federal legislation.
- Understand and anticipate project / department (including safety) specific business drivers and influence.