Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Job as Safety Officer at PT BlueScope Steel

Lowongan Kerja Cilegon Banten

PT BlueScope Steel Indonesia

We are one of the world’s leading producers of metallic coated and painted high quality steel. The group was originated in Australia and has steel manufacturing plants in New Zealand, USA, Asia and downstream product operations in 18 countries.

Our site in Indonesia was established in 1993, building a very successful business by leveraging supports of our partners, quality products and most importantly our people. The Company has a strategy to grow rapidly in the coming years. As part of our overall business strategy, we always strive to increase our people capability to ensure achievement of our growth and profitability objectives.

Currently we are strengthening our team and looking for bright, high achiever individuals, capable of providing a professional performance with self-integrity and good teamwork mindset to fulfil the vacancies of:

Safety Officer
(Banten - Cilegon)

Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (Environmental/Health/Safety) or equivalent.
Required skill(s): Understanding Safety Management System.
Preferred skill(s): Good Presentation Skill.
Required language(s): English.
At least 2 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
Preferably Senior Staffs specializing in Engineering - Environmental/Health/Safety or equivalent.
Full-Time positions available.
Applicants should be Indonesian citizens or hold relevant residence status.

Assist OHSE Manager on detail implementataion
Assist prepare documentation
Assist Manufacturing review current ratified COP to MCL-2 design & development operating procedures
Assist training implementation relevant COP to MCL-2 team member
Prepare documentation of list safety legislation
Review implementation legal requirement with Manufacturing & Badak Project team
Assist development & part review team of safe access & isolation, commissioning team
Engage with Manufacturing team of MCL-2 hazard register & review current register
Assist review all fire safety equipment MCL-2
Control Implementation Work Permit System, work day to day
Create & deliver HSE training plan & material
Maintain safety training data base
Assist Prepare data for BSL & goverment safety report

Send your complete application and resume within 2 weeks to:
Human Resources PT BlueScope Steel Indonesia
Krakatau Industrial Estate Cilegon
Jl. Asia Raya Kav. O2, Cilegon 42443, Banten
Or email to: recruitment.bsi@bluescopesteel.com

Closing Date: 23-9-08.

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