MAKE YOUR MARK WHILE YOU GROW YOUR CAREER
At Canadian Natural we believe our employees are the key to unlocking asset potential. As one of the largest independent crude oil and natural gas producers in the world, our balanced asset mix creates opportunity for people who want to be part of a challenging and competitive industry. Join our team as we create value through innovation.
Horizon Oil Sands
Horizon Oil Sands is a world class asset offering countless opportunities to advance your career. Comprised of surface oil sands mining and bitumen upgrading facilities, this vast project offers challenging opportunities in an environment where teamwork, innovation, and your expertise are valued. Apply your abilities using industry leading technologies and contribute to the success of the Horizon Oil Sands.
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This position is based in Fort McMurray, Alberta and is eligible for:
• Relocation to Calgary or Fort McMurray
• Company Sponsored Fly-In/Fly-Out and Accommodations Program with charter flights from Calgary or Edmonton
As a key member of a leading edge Emergency Services facility at Horizon Oil Sands, the Team Lead – Emergency Services will facilitate the safety and reliability of ongoing plant operations and contribute to keeping those working on site safe and secure. Acting as a focal point responsible for all emergencies at the CNRL Aerodrome and Plant area, you will be directing, managing, and leading the Emergency Response Team on each shift as well as all duties pertaining to Fire, Rescue, Air Craft Rescue Firefighting, and Environmental Hazards according to policies, standards, codes of practice, procedures and work practices.
• Lead, coach, and mentor a team of 8 emergency services professionals
• Deliver leadership and direction of programs/processes to support Fire Prevention, Health and environmental due diligence
HOW WILL YOU MAKE YOUR MARK?
• Ensure effective emergency response by providing professional application of skills and techniques at the emergency scene
• Impact overall safety culture through leading, planning and implementing fire prevention and educational programs and fire fighter on-the-job training programs
• Utilize your expertise to provide technical advice and assistance to departmental personnel and act as on “on-scene’ incident commander during fire fighting operations
• Provide fire protection and direct a fire fighting force to areas including but not limited to normal airfield/industrial operations, special operations related to hazardous materials, major air disasters, environmental/civil disasters, and dormitories
• Ensure the safe operation within the shift team by complying with all Emergency Response Work Practices
• Typically 10+ years of fire fighting experience and 5+ years as a Fire Officer
• EMT-A Alberta College of Paramedics (ACP) certified
• Completion of NFPA 1031 Fire Inspectors Training Level III, NFPA 1041 Fire Service Instructor Level II, NFPA-1001 Firefighter Level II, NFPA 1003 Airport Firefighter, NFPA 1002 Apparatus Operator, NFPA 472 Tech Level, and NFPA 1021 Levels I and II are preferred
• Valid Alberta Driver’s Licence Class 3/4 with airbrake endorsement
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.
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Canadian Natural Resources Limited - CNRL - is a publicly traded company on the TSX and NYSE as CNQ.
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