We are a growing tunneling contractor based in Calgary, AB that offers its employees exciting opportunities for career growth, a great working environment, and competitive compensation.
The Company: Bothar Inc. specializes in trenchless tunneling technologies, balancing cost-effective drilling solutions with environmental protection.
Bothar is respected in the trenchless contracting industry by clients and employees alike, for our integrity, commitment to excellence, and customer orientated service.
Our great team of staff are the best in their field. They are committed to collaboration, quality, and safety. We invest in our people, and they deliver excellence!
We believe in leading through innovation and providing superior value and service to our clients and partners by with safe, high quality, and environmentally conscious trenchless solutions.
The Position: The responsibility of the HSE Field Supervisor is to be present on job sites, ensuring all health and safety controls and procedures are in place and are followed as per Bothar’s policies.
The HSE Field Supervisor will ensure the Supervisors and the Foremen provide completed tailgate meeting minutes, and all hazard identification and assessments and other associated documentation. The HSE supervisor will be responsible for ensuring the company’s HSE program is created, enacted, monitored, and revised, according to applicable legislation, industry standards, and client requirements. Together with the project operations team, this position supports the safe execution of the company’s projects in the field. The HSE field supervisor reports to the Manager, QHSE.
Equitable pay based on experience
Living out allowance or paid accommodations
Travel expense coverage
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Ensure the Client and Company HSE standards are followed on site by all employees, contractors, and subcontractors.
Track and maintain all safety equipment including PPE on site.
Conduct site-specific orientations and safety training for all crews on site.
Support daily tailgate meetings and operations meetings on site, and provide input on safety topics discussed.
Participate in the Joint Health and Safety Committee.
Upload all site and/or shop information as it applies either on dropbox or site docs.
Assist in conducting incident investigations on site.
Advise of any practice or procedure needing review and updating based on field level observations or voiced concerns from field staff.
Lead and exemplify the company safety culture.
Complete daily formal and informal inspections as required.
Complete monthly site inspections.
On-going safety focused mentorship to company employees.
Awareness of safety related costs and resource management.
Experience and awareness with environmental requirements.
OHS certification in Environmental Health and Safety, Occupational Health and Safety, or NCSO Certification
5+ years in the field of Health and Safety, as well at least 2 years’ experience in leadership / management positions
Knowledge and experience in a similar role within pipeline construction or trenchless technologies is beneficial; previous multisite experience is ideal
Key Technical Skills and Knowledge
Working knowledge in Health, Safety and Environment Management Systems
Experience with Safety Inspections, Field Level Hazard Assessments, and Incident Investigation
Understanding of unions and regulatory bodies and their interrelation to construction / pipeline companies
Ability to effectively communicate and influence those at a senior level with regards to policy creation and implementation
Strong organizational and administrative skills, with attention to detail and a methodical approach
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with clients, coworkers, management, and regulators
Computer skills, with basic skill levels in Word, Excel, and Outlook
Maintains a professional approach in dealing with issues and employees, with an appreciation for confidentiality and privacy
Successful candidates will be required to have the following safety tickets training is available;
WHIMIS, First Aid, CSTS or PCST, Confined Space Entry and Rescue, Fall Arrest / Fall Protection
Drug and Alcohol clearance
Other Relevant Information
This position is assigned to field locations / yard / office
Must be legally eligible to work in Canada
While performing the duties of this job, requirements may include use of hands to handle/feel objects, tools, or controls. Occasionally requirement to climb stairs and/or ladders, balance, stoop or kneel and/or walk on uneven ground. Specific vision abilities required by this job include distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Ability to hear equipment alarms, voices, radio transmissions, and other noises consistent with construction sites.
Ability to work in all weather conditions, and extreme temperatures, inside and outside. Ability to work in confined spaces.
Required to lift and/or move up to 50 lbs.
Employee will be required to work in outdoor weather conditions, including extreme cold and heat .
Required to work in confined spaces.
Why Should You Apply?
Industry experience with a high performing team
Competitive compensation and benefits package
Opportunities for advancement
Professional development and specialized training available
While we appreciate all applications, only those who are selected will be contacted.
Bothar is an equal opportunity employer, and is committed to providing an equitable, diverse and inclusive workplace where all employees, whatever their gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, sexual orientation or identity, education, and/or disability, feel valued and respected.