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Saudi Aramco is seeking a Safety Engineer to join the Loss Prevention Department (LPD) at Saudi Aramco.
Saudi Aramco is a fully integrated, global, petroleum enterprise, and a world leader in exploration and production, refining, distribution and petrochemicals. LPD provides safety services to customers and stakeholders, including corporate and executive management, Saudi Aramco operating, support and project organizations, employees, the Saudi Arabian government, contractors, and members of the public. LPD has nine divisions – seven field divisions and two centralized technical support divisions. Field offices are located in Abqaiq, Riyadh, Ras Tanura, Dhahran, ‘Udhailiyah, Jiddah (including Yanbu’ and Jazan), and Tanajib.
The Safety Engineer’s primary role is to work with operating organizations in these areas to provide daily field safety support to ensure safety is properly managed in all operational activities, such as exploration, drilling, production, refining, distribution and pipelines, project design and construction, transportation, and other related activities.
1. Safety Engineer
Qualification / Experience: Must hold a Bachelor of Science degree in any Engineering discipline. Must have a minimum of 7 years’ experience in the hydrocarbon, petrochemicals, or related industries, including safety. The experience should include areas such as: operations and maintenance, plant engineering, safety program development and process safety.
Have several years of experience in the hydrocarbon, petrochemicals, or related industries, including safety. The experience should include areas such as: operations and maintenance, plant engineering, safety program development, and process safety.
Excellent ability to communicate in technical English with peers as well as members of management, and be able to produce clear and concise oral and written reports in English.
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