Safety Leadership - Commitment to an incident free workplace is paramount. Demonstrated safety leadership shall be initiated through daily attendance and participation in all contractor safety meetings and initiatives including:
Advocating the Incident Free Culture
Advocating the Capital Projects Organization's Zero Incident Culture (ZIC)
Weekly safety meetings
Daily toolbox and tailgate meetings
Jobsite walk downs with the contractor
Reviewing JSAs, THAs, and SOPs with the contractor
Participation in Behavioral Based Safety (BBS)
Maintaining a visible presence in the field
Work under daily direction of the on-site Construction Superintendent, and the North Slope Construction Supervisors to which they are assigned, in ensuring that construction processes are optimized and in control.
Perform a variety of routine and complex administrative, technical, and professional work in coordinating construction activities with a multifaceted work force. The Construction Coordinator shall be able to identify issues in the field and bring solutions to the Construction Supervisor.
Providing services such as constructability reviews and bid evaluation support of all construction projects.
Supporting safe project execution in the field by being a visible on site presence at the job sites. It is expected that the Construction Coordinator spend up to 75% of their day in the field walking down the jobsites with the crews and discussing jobsite construction issues, hazards and risk mitigation strategies.
Perform Behavioral Based Safety (BBS) Observations, field audits, and interventions on a daily basis.
Active participation in weekly Predictive Indicator Evaluations and periodic Safety Assessments of contractors.
Maintain and ensure safe contractor performance in accordance with a Construction Activities RACI chart of field wide construction activities in support of all projects.
Input and assistance with maintaining construction management tools and procedures to ensure the safe, efficient execution of construction projects.
Respond to daily tasks as assigned by the Construction Supervisors.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Legally authorized to work in the United States on a regular full-time basis without restrictions.
Must carry valid Driver’s License
A minimum of 5 years of experience in Oil & Gas Construction projects.
Ability to read, understand and decipher all construction drawings.
Computer skills and proficiency (able to operate with little or no assistance) in Microsoft Windows, Explorer, Outlook, Excel, and Word.
Strong demonstrable interpersonal / team building skills.
Ability to work away from home at remote construction sites and work seamlessly and effectively with a functional alternate on a rotational schedule.
Required Job Qualifications:
Beacon Occupational Health and Safety - 20 months ago