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Canadian Natural Resources Limited

Canadian Natural’s goal has always been to run our business and run it well, executing on our projects and creating value for our shareholders. That is what we have focused on for the past twenty years, and it is what we continue to focus on. Our asset base is strong and balanced. We have crude oil and natural gas conventional operations in domestic and international basins, along with a world class oil sands mining operation.1989Shallow gas basin of Alberta was the modern iteration of the Co... Read More

Address      2500, 855 - 2 Street S.W. Calgary, AB T2P 4J8
Website      www.cnrl.com/
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Technical Safety Engineer

THE OPPORTUNITY:
Our Horizon Oil Sands operation is expanding with project spending for 2012 forecasted at approximately $1.55 billion with future projected spending of approximately $2 - 2.5 billion each year for the next several years.

The Technical Safety Engineer will direct and coordinate the full risk control effort by interfacing closely with operational oil sands units. The principal area of focus is on assessing technical process and engineering risks in the context of protecting people from injury or illness as well as protecting processes, facilities and the environment from loss exposures via Process Hazard Analyses (PHA). The Technical Safety Engineer role includes physical effects modeling, supporting process safety incident investigations, and participating in process safety initiatives.

HOW WILL YOU MAKE YOUR MARK?
• Participate in the Management of Change (MOC) process by facilitating Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) including ‘what if?’ and Hazop methodologies
• Participate in operational support meetings including operational excellence initiatives and process safety incident investigations
• Provide operational fire protection expertise meeting the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Codes/Standards and Insurance Guidelines
• Provide technical safety engineering support to meet CNRL loss prevention standards as well as standard industry practice
• Provide day-to-day support to operational engineering teams on risk control issues

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Typically 8+ years of related industry experience with an Engineering Degree (process Engineering would be an advantage)
• Registration or eligibility for registration with APEGA
• Familiarity with and understanding of:
o Fire protection, including water based systems
o Meeting standard industry practice as well as National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Codes/Standards and Insurance Guidelines
o Risk engineering, commercial insurance or in a related risk engineering discipline such as process safety
o Leading busy multi-disciplinary meetings

HEALTH AND SAFETY:
At Canadian Natural, safety is a core value. We conduct all of our operations in a way that identifies, minimizes and mitigates harm to the health and safety of employees, contractors, the public and the environment.

Other Job Information

Vacancy type:

Full Time

Contact Mode:

not provided

Fax:

403-517-7350

Contact Name:

not provided

Job Duration:

not provided

Phone:

403-517-6700

Email:

investor.relations@cnrl.com

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