Contingent Staffing contract with an Oil & Gas Company
Our vision is to help our people and organizations thrive, which includes supporting our employees, both personally and professionally, creating opportunities to advance their career. Who doesn’t want to thrive in their career? Consider joining our team and becoming a part of our family. Along with a competitive salary, you will play a direct role in the continued success of our company, the customer and your local community.
- We have a zero Total Recordable Incident Rate
- Our average employee seniority is 8+ years
- Our positions cover a variety of functional areas, geographical areas, and industries
What can you bring to the ASCI Team?
- Safety: We strive to create an environment where communication is open and everyone recognizes that our work is never so urgent that we cannot take the time to watch out for each other.
- Integrity: We always do the right thing, even when no one is looking. We have the courage to challenge each other and accept feedback.
- Responsive: We understand that responsiveness is about consistently providing accurate and concise communication at the right time.
- Continuous Improvement: We strive to proactively find ways to improve and adapt ourselves, our processes and our customers.
- Community: We recognize that our success is only achieved by focusing on the impact we have on others.
Benefits Eligible: Optional
Location: Anchorage, Alaska
ASCI is currently seeking applicants to be considered for a Permitting Coordinator role. The Permitting Coordinator will work with Business Unit (BU) functions during field activity planning to identify permit requirements, developing permit strategies and performing risk assessments. They are responsible for engaging with regulatory agencies and for communicating regulatory information to key stakeholders.
They will be responsible for the development and modification of programs, processes, procedures, and systems as necessary to ensure permit processes are timely and compliant with changing regulations.
This position will be primarily focused on permit support for air quality, water use and water quality and waste management issues.
The Permitting Coordinator role requires attention to detail, the ability to effectively manage available resources, and prioritize work on a continual basis and identify permit related schedule risks to the BU, in an integrated environment.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
- Promote and lead in the implementation of policies and procedures, including Safety, health, environment, process, people and planning
- In consultation and coordination with Project Managers, external clients, and regulatory agencies, secures environmental permits and renewals for all field activities.
- Plan, budget, and manage contracts in support of permitting activities.
- Present regulatory information to key stakeholders.
- Communicate with key stakeholders to ensure maximum understanding of the relevant permits and guidelines that impact license to operate.
- Assists in the quality control and management of pertinent information required to complete and file compliance reports with regulatory agencies.
- Coordinates closely with the Compliance function in the development of field compliance tools; and the data management and reporting systems.
- Ensure strict adherence to approval flow, timeframes, and other permitting requirements.
- Participates in agency and community meetings in support of work planning and permitting
- Interfaces with multi-disciplinary team to ensure that all scoped field activities are considered throughout the permitting cycle.
- Retain political awareness regarding legislation changes that may impact the permitting processes for the project.
Minimum Qualifications, Skills & Experience:
- Required: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year university or college.
- Preferred: Degree Specialization in Environmental Sciences/Engineering.
- Over five years of environmental regulatory experience with emphasis on permitting and/or regulatory compliance work.
- Excellent time and cost management skills to plan and achieve delivery to the desired quality to exceed customer expectations.
- Working knowledge of Alaska and federal air quality, water use, water quality, and waste management regulations; and their application to oil and gas exploration and production operations.
- Working knowledge of political and legislation changes within the state.
- Organizational, project management and planning skills, including the ability to juggle multiple tasks.
- Keen eye for the detail of specific tasks, combined with an understanding of how much specific fit in with the project as a whole.
- Working knowledge of project management processes and tools (e.g., project planning, prioritization, scheduling, critical path analysis, cost tracking).
- Ability to work accurately and methodically under pressure and strict deadlines.
- Ability to present information clearly
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Strong analytical, organizational and multitasking skills.
- Must be extremely organized and be able to prioritize workload.
- Outstanding attention to detail and quality of work.
- Job Family Recruiting
- Pay Type Hourly
- Anchorage, AK, USA