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AUD 190k - 210k per year
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24 days ago

My client is a nationwide service provider who has won a project in WA for the construciton of pipelines. This is a great opportunity for those looking to expand their knowledge and experience whilst being provided with job security and competitive remuneration. 

Roster: 26:9

project length: 15 months - however permanent position offered

Salary: 190k + (all inclusive)

Location: Pilbara region

Core Objectives

  • Engage, educate and coach the workforce and management team on Environmental requirements.
  • Assist in the production of project procedures, policies and practices in relation to the environment, sustainability efforts and emissions targets.
  • Support auditing measures and carry out specific auditing duties.
  • Collating findings and reporting data to senior environmental colleagues.
  • Ensure project documentation is kept current and reflects the latest sector specific regulations, standards and practices.
  • Ensure improvement actions are implemented to requirements, monitored and continuously assessed
  • Communicating environmental requirements across the entire project.
  • Facilitate the entire workforce, management team and the client in the examination of each stage of the construction process to ensure and improve environmental performance and compliance.
  • Assist in the identification of critical improvements and innovations in the planning and execution stages of construction to ensure total compliance. Therefore, reducing time delays and conflict regarding environmental management and compliance.
  • Prepare weekly and monthly reports for MPC Kinetic (MPK) management and the client.
  • Responsible for reporting any known non-conformances.
  • Advising the project team on any environmental risks identified for the project.
  • Assisting the HSET Manager with incident investigations and drafting reports.
  • Facilitate and participate in environmental audits when required by the client and or the regulator.
  • Manage immediate responses to environmental incidents (cleanup) and initiate and undertake and report on investigations.

General duties to the roles

  • Quality, safety and environmental
    • Be familiar with and understand the importance of MPK’s CMRs (Core Mandatory Requirements) and ensure these are followed at all times.
    • Promote and adhere to the company’s quality, safety and environmental policies and procedures. 
    • Carry out all activities in such a manner to ensure a safe working environment for everyone.
    • Carry out all activities in such a manner to ensure the environment we work in is protected from harm.
  • Compliance
    • Adhere to the MPK Integrated Management System.

Ensure all activities are performed in compliance with the requirements of the relevant specifications, codes and standards, which form part of the contract.


  • A tertiary qualification in an environmental discipline.
  • A science based degree including biology, chemistry or physics is desirable.


  • 3-5+ years experience in an Environmental position
  • preferably experience with pipelines
  • Land clearance activities (essential)
  • Fauna and Flora Management (essential)
  • Experience with Sediment and Erosion (essential)

We will only be accepting Australian citizen or Permanent Residents at this time. Please send your CV to