Progress Energy Resources Corp. (“Progress”) was formed in 2001 and has grown to an organization producing approximately 50,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (“boepd”). The Company’s strategy focuses on growing reserves, production and cash flow, on a per share basis, through its capital program while paying a dividend to shareholders.
The company's two primary operating regions are the Foothills of northeast British Columbia and the Deep Basin of northwest Alberta. These regions are considered among the most desirable natural gas resource play regions in North America. New technologies are continually being applied and refined to economically recover the large natural gas resource-in-place.
With over 140 employees, we are committed to working together and building upon the strengths of the team. We believe in the continued growth of our company and have a vested interest in ongoing success. At Progress we encourage initiative, professional development and career growth and we offer a positive, dynamic and challenging working environment. With a competitive total compensation package and a track record of success, Progress seeks the brightest and most talented professionals in their area of expertise to join our team.
Progress is currently seeking an Environmental Coordinator. Reporting to the Manager, Environmental Health and Safety, the successful candidate will be based in our corporate office located in Calgary, Alberta but will spend approximately 50% of their time in the field. This position will actively participate with both internal clients as well as contractors to develop and maintain Progress’ environmental programs. The geographical footprint for this role is both North Eastern British Columbia and the Grande Prairie, Alberta area.
• Work with all related business units in both NEBC and Alberta to develop comprehensive Environmental Management plans
• Collaborate with EH&S team to develop and maintain environmental standards that reflect regulatory requirements, corporate standards and business leadership expectations
• Maintain high levels of workplace EHS visibility and engagement with day-to-day support as well as project work planning in GP and NEBC areas
• Lead Incident Investigation teams and investigation processes for spills
• Assist business representatives with investigations of medium to low risk environmental events and issues
• Attend Area Safety meetings and actively participate in work planning processes
• Provide input, based on site conditions and performance, to aid in the identification and development of environmental processes, standards, policies, procedures, and work practices for the work site
• Monitor environmental performance across the business areas, analyze trends, and support business management in the development of corrective action plans to improve performance to meet and exceed goals
• Assist with local support of project sites, as required, developing and promoting environmental initiatives and culture for construction, facilities and drilling/completion projects
• Support businesses with Emergency Management planning, testing and response
• Specialize in environmental functions. Ensure compliance with city, provincial and/or federal environmental agencies and for the protection of personnel, facilities and equipment
• Responsible for the coordination and submission of regulatory data and reporting to BC GHG, NPRI, RCE
• Accountable for inspecting and auditing according to the Progress Safety Management System
• Ensure the coordination of field activities as they relate to the completion of ongoing environmental projects
• Postsecondary education in a related field, along with a professional designation relevant to environmental
• 5-10 years of progressively more responsible environmental experience, preferably directly related to the upstream oil and gas industry
• Strong working knowledge of Oil and Gas industry
• Familiarity with environmental issues and regulatory frameworks for Alberta and BC
• Complete understanding of safety principles, concepts, practices, standards and regulations
• Good working knowledge of Alberta and BC OH&S regulations
• Taproot or equivalent investigation analysis training
• Valid safety training such as Standard First Aid, H2S Alive, TDG, WHMIS as required by the business
• Valid class 5 Driver’s License
• Travel within and outside NE BC is required
• Available on call, as needed, to support emergency response, incident investigations and ongoing operations
• Ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions
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