RESPONSIBILITIES & COMPETENCIES
- Maintain and enforce safety protocols to ensure compliance with regulatory standards for ground disturbance activities.
- Coordinate ground disturbance activities with various stakeholders, including SIMOPS Shift Supervisors, coordinators, engineers, and construction teams.
- Manage the Alberta One Call process, overseeing notifications to completion, ensuring accurate location and marking of underground utilities.
- Allocate resources efficiently for ground disturbance activities, taking into account manpower, equipment, and materials.
- Identify potential risks and collaborate with project teams to develop contingency plans.
- Regularly review and update ground disturbance plans to reflect project scope changes, timelines, and resource availability.
- Facilitate communication among maintenance crews, contractors, and other stakeholders to ensure seamless coordination.
- Implement metrics to monitor adherence to ground disturbance protocols and assess project progress.
- Maintain accurate records and prepare reports on ground disturbance activities, highlighting deviations from the plan and key metrics.
The successful candidate needs to be well-organized, energetic, and service-oriented with the following qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, Construction Management, or a related field.
- Proven experience in ground disturbance supervision, with a strong focus on safety and regulatory compliance.
- Proficiency in project management tools and knowledge of ground disturbance protocols.
- Analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to effectively manage risks and ensure underground asset safety.
- Excellent communication skills, capable of effectively coordinating with a broad range of stakeholders.
Duration: One year