Since its creation, SPIE Oil & Gas Services mission as a service company has been to turn work into energy and vice versa.
Over 3,000 engineers and technicians dedicate themselves everyday to live projects as adventures, in which risk-taking never exceeds preparation.
Thanks to their energy, and the most extensive range of services available on the market, from Oil & Gas industry to Pharmaceutical industry, we assist our clients from engineering phase of their projects to operations.
Our presence is sustainable in over 40 countries.
We are continuously seeking to renew ourselves.
Our clients are the catalyst of our evolution.
We are committed in a strong CSR approach and diversity takes part of our priorities.
SHE & S Specialist (Fabrication / Brown Field) M / F
We currently have an opportunity within SPIE Oil & Gas Services Middle East LLC in Qatar for :
SHE&S SPECIALIST (FABRICATION & BROWN FIELD)
This is an opportunity for you to provide SHE&S leadership / oversight and review, monitor and report the safety performance of the EPC Contractor, subcontractors and third-
party stakeholders for all onshore fabrication activities.
Your main duties will be to :
Ideally, you should have Occupational Health and Safety Qualification.
You should have minimum of fifteen (15) years in Health, Safety and Environment affairs in the Oil and Gas Construction Industry.
Worldwide experience of working with contractors in the construction industry.
You will have good interpersonal and organizational skills, as well as, an advance level of computer literacy and be proficient in Microsoft Office.
You will need excellent communication and presentation skills in both written and verbal English.
SPIE Oil & Gas Services promotes diversity. All our positions are suitable for disabled people.
Minimum level of education required
E-Bachelor or equivalent
Minimum level of experience required
English (C-Professional working proficiency)
Combining our differences
SPIE Oil & Gas Services is committed to promote diversity. This position is opened to people with disabilities.