Waste Management Supervisor, Fort Saskatchewan, AB (Scotford facility) in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

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Jobs and Careers Shell Canada Energy Waste Management Supervisor, Fort Saskatchewan, AB (Scotford facility) Job ID: U25435 Location: Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada
At Shell, we are celebrating a century of operations in Canada. We?ve been named a Top 100 Employer for ten consecutive years, and recognized as a leader in sustainable development since 1991. Our focus on innovation and technology has made us a leading manufacturer, distributor and marketer of refined petroleum products. We are Canada's largest producer of sulphur and one of the largest oil sands developers in the country.
As we look ahead to the next 100 years, we need creative, ambitious and innovative professionals who can help us achieve our goals and help grow our business. We will provide you with the resources to put your ideas into action, global opportunities to advance your career, and outstanding benefits and rewards that support your quality of life. Join us and let's make a real difference together. Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Environment Manager within the Scotford Upgrader HSSE department, this position is accountable for the coordination of waste and catalyst management activities for Shell Scotford in an environmentally acceptable and economically efficient manner that meets all Corporate and regulatory requirements.
Principal accountabilities include:
Manage movement and disposal/recycling of routine and non-routine wastes for Shell Scotford including
Safe handling and storage
Identification of disposal/recycling options and waste reduction opportunitiesI
Identification of Health, Hygiene, and Safety requirements prior to the approval of any waste handling/storage/treatment/disposal activities
Approval of waste and catalyst handling/storage/treatment disposal activities
Planning and scheduling of waste/catalyst management activities to include co-ordination with other departments (primarily production and maintenance) labour, equipment and services
Manage the disposal/recycling/regeneration/precious metal recovery of spent catalyst, including RHC( Residual Hydrocracker) Catalyst, per Process Engineering requirements (Env Canada permits,transport,customs,environment,audits,follow-up)
Coordinate characterization and classification for new or temporary wastes
Coordinate risk assessments on hazardous waste disposal options per RDS standards
Classify and profile waste streams
Manage waste handling and disposal agreements and contracts
Coordinate the planning/scheduling cycle each year by reviewing the Scotford operational and maintenance plans. This will determine the premises for annual waste disposal plans and associated expenditure
Process focal point for Scotford Heavy Oil and Scotford Manufacturing waste management responsible for stewarding,maintaining and assuring the waste management system, processes and execution
Ensure that required documents/reports are prepared and submitted per government legislation for waste management
Maintain the waste/catalyst inventory and tracking system to ensure generated wastes/catalysts are tracked through to final disposition. (Inventory and tracking system are maintained by waste/catalyst lead and the field lead)
Promote a high level of safety awareness among operations personnel related to handling/storage of hazardous waste materials
Accountable for the compliance with regulatory requirements for provincial/federal/international hazardous waste regulations. Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act (TDGA), Alberta Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (AEPEA),Environment Canada, USEPA, State EPA as well as the Workplace Hazardous Material Information
Requirements:
The scope iof this position includes Scotford Heavy Oil and Manufacturing businesses. In the environment department, this person wil be one of the seven direct reports to the Upgrader Environment Manager. This person will have two direct reports; plus contract labour for waste handling and will interface with internal and external parties
Minimum 10 years petroleum industry experience including waste management
Minimum three years experience in a supervisory role
Experience in operations or maintenance coordination an asset
Must be able to work well with operations and maintenance personnel in order to achieve objectives
Regulatory framework and details of laws, regulations, codes of practice, guidelines etc. applicable to waste management in the oil and gas industry and in particular to the Upgrader, Refinery and Chemical plants
Requires strong written and verbal communication skills to effectively liaise with other departments, external stakeholders and regulatory authorities
A strong commitment to, and leadership in safety is expected
Individual must be comfortable working in a multitask environment
Job Performance Competences:
Strong problem solving and decision making skills
Knowledge of procedure writing, and procedure management systems
Good computer skills (databases, spreadsheets)
Ability to learn from others and adopt best practices
TDGA Certification
Chemistry/testing
Recycling/reuse technologies
Champions Customer Stakeholder Focus
Displays Interpersonal Effectiveness
Demonstrates Courage
Motivates Coaches & Develops
Application Deadline: Wednesday 31 August 2011
Number of Vacancies: 1
Please note: We occasionally amend or withdraw Shell jobs and reserve the right to do so at any time, including prior to the advertised closing date.
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'Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer'.



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