Lead EOD/UXO Specialist (Principal Environmental Scientist)



Ref: LP742-2597

Job description / Role

Employment: Full Time

Building on our past. Ready for the future

Worley is a global professional services company of energy, chemicals and resources experts headquartered in Australia.?

Right now, we're bridging two worlds as we accelerate to more sustainable energy sources, while helping our customers provide the energy, chemicals and resources that society needs now.

We partner with our customers to deliver projects and create value over the life of their portfolio of assets. We solve complex problems by finding integrated data-centric solutions from the first stages of consulting and engineering to installation and commissioning, to the last stages of decommissioning and remediation. Join us and help drive innovation and sustainability in our projects.

Role and Responsibilities:
- Conduct UXO and Landmine Clearance Quality Assurance monitoring of contractors work as directed by the Lead EOD Specialist.
- Conduct and document quality control surveillance audits of all UXO clearance operations to ensure compliance with established procedures;
- Implement and monitor non-conformance reporting, corrective action, and verification procedures to ensure feedback and follow-up processes are in use;
- Implement a product/process inspection sampling methodology to ensure compliance with contract requirements;
- Implement a phased control system (i.e. Preparatory, initial, and follow-up) requiring the contractor to plan and schedule work to ensure preparedness prior to commencing each new feature of work;
- Implement and develop quality improvement tools and conduct trend and root cause analysis to ensure work on site remains effective and efficient;
- Document, report, verify and ensure completion of all corrective actions to ensure all UXO survey and clearance operations comply with requirements; Responsible for setting up, establishing and implementing systems, monitoring Field contractors, for survey, detection an disposal of UXOs. Must have practical experience in proven technologies and methods for screening, identification, retrieve and final disposal of Unexploded Ordnance (UXO).
-Must be an experienced to develop Contract strategies, and Contracts for UXO management programmes in different environments including those in dry and wet soils. Preferable experience of working in Oil & Gas Field environments is a plus.


Essential Skills and Experience:
- Minimal IMAS Level 3 supported by certificate of training from a recognized, Specialized Institution or Military Certificate of training. Certificate from Specialized Institution such as Department of Defense Explosives Safety Board (DDESB) or equivalent for International Mine Action Standards (IMAS) Level III
- University degree would be considered an asset.
- A minimum of 10 years of experience in the UXO/EOD industry with a minimum of 3 years of experience in a supervisory preferably, a Quality/Safety assurance position.
- Must have a good understanding of industry quality and health and safety requirements as applicable to UXO and Landmine clearance operations.
- Shall have practical experience, preferably in the Middle East or Northern Africa (MENA) preferred, in the conduct of UXO Geophysical Survey, and UXO and landmine clearance operations.
- oil & gas experience would be considered an asset.
- Willingness to relocate to the Middle East (Kuwait)

Moving forward together

We want our people to be energized and empowered to drive sustainable impact. So, our focus is on a values-inspired culture that unlocks brilliance through belonging, connection and innovation.

We're building a diverse, inclusive and respectful workplace. Creating a space where everyone feels they belong, can be themselves, and are heard.

And we're not just talking about it; we're doing it. We're reskilling our people, leveraging transferable skills, and supporting the transition of our workforce to become experts in today's low carbon energy infrastructure and technology.

Whatever your ambition, there's a path for you here. And there's no barrier to your potential career success. Join us to broaden your horizons, explore diverse opportunities, and be part of delivering sustainable change.

About the Company

Worley is a leading global provider of professional services in the energy, chemicals and resources sectors. We partner with our customers to address their most critical challenges at every stage of their projects: from initial concepts to sustaining and enhancing their assets. And we provide smarter, bolder solutions while delivering on our own sustainability commitments.

We are 51,000 bright minds across 46 countries all driven by a common purpose – delivering a more sustainable world. While working to fulfill our ambition to be recognized globally as the leader in sustainability solutions.

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