Safety Engineer/Specialist III

  • Job reference :  1171164
  • Job location :  Southern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea
  • Job type :  Contract

 Job description

Our client who operates in the Oil & Gas Sector is seeking to recruit a Safety Engineer/Specialist who is responsible for evaluations of safety systems.


• Develop unit & flare Safety Relief Reviews (SRRs), which is an engineering evaluation of the safety systems that keep our process facilities safe performed in support of capital project development or consulting for a manufacturing site

• Consult & provide TQA (Total Quality Assurance) of site-performed SRR work, including those developed by 3rd parties

• Propose cost-effective mitigations for SRR findings

• Participate in Risk Assessments with Process Safety & Risk

• Support sites in maintaining evergreen Unit & Flare Models

• Perform and/or lead pressure relief system analysis in support of projects and site activities

• Responsible for delivering efficient and accurate process safety studies and solutions

• Assist sites with risk based decision making on the recommendations that result from pressure relief studies


• Bachelor of Science or higher degree in Chemical Engineering

• Previous experience in the oil, gas, or petrochemicals industry

• Knowledge of Process Design fundamentals with respect to safety, including, overpressure scenario identification

• Demonstrated experience leading or mentoring technical teams

• Fundamental understanding of distillation tower, pump and compressor operation and performance

• Excellent oral and written communication skills and proven ability to influence others

• Experience in Process Safety and Risk fundamentals including Risk Assessments and HAZOPS

• Direct experience working at oil and gas operating site

This role is open to PNG Nationals.

Submission of CV closes on the 27/04/2022. ONLY shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

How to Apply

The Application process is online. 


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