Discipline Lead Technical Safety

Location: Stavanger ID: HQ00008541
Discipline Lead Technical Safety  
- Lead a team of engineers and give support
- Give concise input regarding cost and plan activities for safety aspects of the project
- Follow-up of client, vendors and 3rd Parties
- Be responsible for having the right manning and expertise in the team
- Attend customer meetings and be the front figure for the team
- Report progress and status of your team
- At all times have control over relevant deliveries
- Perform detailed study, design and modification tasks on safety systems in projects
- Passive Fire Protection, PFP
- Active Fire Protection, AFP
- Area Classification and Ignition Source Control
- Fire and Gas Detection
- Escape, Evacuation and Rescue, EER
- Safety Integrity Level, SIL
- Definition of fluid groups, PED
- Working Environment Engineering
- Environmental Care Engineering
- Interdisciplinary coordination, checks, IDC, and verifications
- Identify and facilitate required risk and verification activities e.g. HAZID, WEHRA and design reviews
- Perform work tasks according to Aibel and the clients governing documentation
- Work actively for a good professional and social environment in the group
- Contribute actively to the process of continuous improvement and experience transfer   
- Master/Bachelor degree in technical safety or other related disciplines
- Relevant work experience can compensate for educational level
- Min. 10 years + relevant experience in the oil and gas industry in Norway
- Proven experience as Discipline lead within technical safety engineering in Norway
- Experience with major modifications project in Norway
- Knowledge to Equinor’s internal technical requirements and Norsok standards would be an added advantage
- Have good communication skills in Norwegian and English, both orally and in writing
- Have a cooperative working attitude
- Be systematic and accurate
- Have a high loyalty to deadline and quality requirements
- Have the ability to see multiple design – cases (solution oriented)