Job Description Make a differenceIf you're an Safety Engineer with experience in the oil and gas industry, then this role is a chance to develop your technical skills whilst working for an industry leader.What's the role?
The (Prelude) Technical Safety Engineer position is part of the Technical Safety Function in Shell Australia providing Technical Safety Engineering support for the Prelude FLNG asset to manage Major Accident Hazard (MAH) risks.
Some of the key deliverables and responsibilities of this role are:
- Technical Safety Engineering (TSE) Technical Authority 3 for the Prelude FLNG asset
- Provide TSE expertise to the asset to manage the risks of MAHs to ALARP in line with company and Regulatory requirements
- Provide TSE support to the management of change process, SCE deviation management and SCE management
- Under direction of the Senior TSE, maintain / update the HEMP Studies supporting the Safety Case, including Bow-Ties
- Facilitate HEMP workshops such as HAZID, Bow-Ties and Process Safety Reviews
- Providing TSE input to engineering and operational documents as part of review cycle
- Undertake consequence modelling
- Undertake ALARP demonstrations and ad-hoc technical risk assessments
- Maintain an effective internal and external network with asset TSE peers
- Collaborate with peers in the Safety Function on common approaches to tools & procedures
Your interest in working for Shell Australia is the first step towards a great career that focuses on securing an energy future for generations to come. Shell Australia can offer you a platform from which you can propel your career and work on projects as diverse as the game-changing Prelude FLNG, industry-leading QGC project in Queensland, or our range of upstream exploration and development opportunities. Shell has been in Australia since 1901. Today Shell Australia is focused largely in the upstream sector, especially in the exploration, development and production of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and oil.Requirements What we need from you
- Technical Engineering or Advanced Science Degree or higher qualification
- Masters in Safety and Risk Engineering would be advantageous
- Experience in Safety Engineering, ideally in an LNG/Upstream engineering and/or production operation application
- Experience with, and commitment to, engineering systems and procedures, particularly with respect to Asset Management and Asset Integrity
- Expertise in facilitating various risk assessment techniques (Bow-Ties, HAZOPs, HAZIDs, Etc)
- Working knowledge of the NOPSEMA Offshore Safety Case
Aboriginal candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
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The successful candidate should be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident.
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