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Job Title: Safety Officer

Company: KEO

Location:  Mecca, Saudi Arabia


Position Description:  Overview - We are a creative enterprise of planning, design, engineering + project management professionals. We are committed to resolve complexity and realize opportunity in the way clients and partners develop the world. With a sharp sense of purpose we take clients from inspiration – through conceptualization – to the realization of design and project delivery in the built environment.  We invite you to join us.


Our newest opportunity is for a talented Safety Officer to join our award-winning team based in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. This position is responsible for providing Health and Safety advice and information to KEO staff and contractors to raise the safety standards and ensure compliance on site.



We envisage success in this role to include;


  • Monitor and enforce standards of safety in compliance with KEO’s Health and Safety Management System and Client requirements.

  • Review and inspect work areas determining potential occurrence of safety hazards.

  • Observe and ensure staff on site always; wear personal protective equipment, use hard hats and protective footwear, operate construction equipment in a safe manner and follow KEO’s safety policies.

  • Conduct daily inspections of the projects to ensure compliance and where applicable make recommendations for change.

  • In case of emergency determine and investigate the cause of the accident, establish a report and provide recommendation(s) to prevent future occurrences.

  • Develop and implement safety policies needed to reduce accident-related costs.

  • Regulate set policies soliciting input from managers and workers.

  • Provide training to KEO staff on safety as per OSHA requirements.



To be successful in this dynamic opportunity, we envision that your career journey to date will include 10 years' experience partnered with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health, Safety & Environmental Management. Chartered status with Nebosh Certificate (or equivalent) iwill be viewed favourably.


Bilingual communication skills in both English and Arabic are essential.


KEO’s performance is founded upon integrity, results, innovation, safety and our people. We embrace diversity and recognise its’ contribution to client success wherever we work.


We are excited to hear how you can partner with our award-winning team and treat all expressions of interest confidentially. 


Posting Date: 27 Aug 2020              To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: HSE Supervisor

Company: Worley

Location:  Al Ahmadi, Kuwait


Position Description:  You can expect a lot from a career at Worley.  Together, our nearly 60,000 people across 60 countries have already achieved many industry firsts. And we’ve broken several records along the way.  We’re excited about the challenges ahead as the energy transition gathers pace. If you ask us, there’s never been a more rewarding time to work in the energy, chemical and resources sectors.

Whatever your ambition, there’s a path for you here. And there’s no barrier to your potential career success


Primary objective
- To implement PMC Safety policies, HSE Management System and Project specific HSE Management Plans as they apply to the project. Ensure that the site complies with the relevant  HSE Legislation and the client's HSE requirements. 
- implement the project HSE MS. 
- maintain Statistical data for the Project.
- Prepare reports as required for the Worley HSEQ Manager..
Specific Accountabilities 

- Provide advice and assistance to EPC HSE managers so they comply in a consistent way to reduce the risk to the project employees and the environment.
- Provide advice and guidance to the EPC contractor management team on HSE issues through the interpretation of client policies and statutory requirements.
- Ensure EPC contractors establish and maintain statistical data concerning all matters of health and safety, training programs with which to provide a basis for development of further health and safety activities, to highlight trends for future action.
- Review EPC contractor Safety Management System and advise of required changes
- Develop and maintain professional relationships with the client, regulatory bodies and EPC contractor to foster the professional image of Worley.
-Visit the project site on a regular basis to ensure interest and awareness of HSE is maintained, conduct regular safety talks and safety training sessions relative to the nature of activities being undertaken

Other key activities shall include but not be limited to the following:
•    Pro-actively visit site and with the EPC contractor implement safety measures-promote/ensure safe work practices
•    Ensure quality safety observation program is implemented and maintained on each site/project and ensure follow up on findings
•    Assist EPC contractor construction management personnel in identifying hazards and in planning and organising the work such that a safe working environment is maintained.
•    Assist EPC sub contractor Safety advisors and site management in the development and revision of specific site safety programmes.
•    Maintain a HS&E audit and assessment program for the location.
•    Carry out regular inspections of the work areas with the respective EPC contractor line manager and or HSE representative and prepare reports.
•    Disseminate safety information throughout the workplace via bulletin boards, posters, newsletters etc.
•    Assist EPC contractor line management and or construction supervisors in accident investigation process and report accordingly.
•    Develop and implement safety initiatives to continually improve, achieve and maintain stated safety performance and objectives.
•    Ensure HSE safety inductions are undertaken in accordance with the EPC contractor SMS requirements for all new employees of the company and its subcontractors
•    Monitor the availability and use of safety apparel and equipment.
•    Provide advice to the EPC subcontractor supervision on the development of project specific procedures and Job Safety Analysis (JSA) training,
•    Advise subcontractor supervisory staff and employees in the implementation of strategies to identify and control potential hazards and in the use of the hierarchy of controls
•    Ensure all lines of communication on HSE-matters remain open and effective between all parties particularly the client, Worley EPC contractors and their sub contractors.


Essential Skills/Experience

•    Diploma in Engineering or HSE related Diploma
•    Minimum 8 years total post qualification experience;
•    Minimum 5 years Oil & Gas post qualification experience
•    Minimum 5 years experience in a HSE supervisor  role.
•    Practical experience in identification and control of HSE issues on construction sites within Oil & Gas or similar industries. 
•    Experience in HSE reporting procedures and familiar with the safety hazards with common construction activities.


Posting Date: 17 Sep 2020              To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Head of Health and Safety

Company: Leeds Beckett University

Location:  Leeds, West Yorkshire, England

Position Description:  Leeds Beckett University is ambitious about its future. There is a firm commitment to ensure the best possible outcomes for the staff, students and the campus environment. The University is seeking a Head of Health and Safety who will help implement these commitments through innovation and strong delivery.  This is an exciting time for a talented health and safety professional to join a forward-thinking organisation with a broad portfolio. Working collaboratively, the Head of Health and Safety will be expected to proactively develop effective working relationships with members of the University Executive Team, Deans of Schools, Service Directors, Trade Union Representatives and other relevant members of staff within the University.  Reporting to the Director of Estates, the Head of Health and Safety will provide strategic leadership of the centralised Health and Safety function within the University.


The post holder will be the University’s senior advisor on all Health and Safety related matters and will develop, maintain and promote safe systems of work across a broad spectrum of activity within approved risk management and assurance frameworks. You will demonstrate strong leadership and influence and be adept at building inter disciplinary relationships across all stakeholder groups.  The successful candidate will be a high calibre professional with a strong technical background and a Chartered Membership of a national health and safety body. You will have the gravitas to be a trusted advisor to the corporate leadership team on statutory compliance and best practice. Your approach to health and safety management will be proactive and collaborative with demonstrable skills in leading, coaching and motivating staff ideally from within a University environment. 


We welcome applications from all individuals and particularly from black and minority ethnic candidates as members of these groups are currently under-represented at this level of post.  To find out more about this opportunity please contact Ray Williamson on 07741640280 or email


Posting Date: 18 Sep 2020  To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Safety Manager

Company: Sheakley Workforce Management Services

Location:  Boardman, Oregon, USA


Position Description:  Sheakley Workforce Management Services is currently seeking a Safety Manager for a position in Boardman, Oregon. Our client is the one of the nation's leading General Contracting firms. Project will run at least 6 Months - 1 Year and is a temp to hire position.   Must be Local. No Per Diem


Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Conducting project safety inspections and orientations.

  • Safety training as requested/required.

  • Observation and monitoring of worksite employees and safety practices.

  • Complete document reviews, contractor correspondence, and document management.

  • Other tasks and activities within the realm of the EHS profession within the manager's skills, abilities, certifications and authorizations


Qualifications/Education/ Experience:

Three to five years of directly related experience in health and safety training and consultation experience is required.



  • OSHA 500 and / or OSHA 510

  • Solid knowledge of EHS standards, industry regulatory standards in construction, with the ability to communicate such standards to others.

  • 3-5 years safety and health experience.

  • Excellent public speaking abilities.

  • Energetic, ambitious, assertive and an excellent communicator.

  • OSHA outreach training experience preferred.

  • Able to meet deadlines, work independently without direct supervision, as well as in a team environment.

  • OSHA and regulatory safety training experience.


Skills, Specialized Knowledge and Abilities

  • Ability to handle sensitive information and maintain a high level of confidentiality

  • Outgoing personality, self-motivated

  • Excellent customer service, telephonic, electronic, and written communication skills. Analyze and recommend improvements for safe work practices, policies and training programs.

  • Technical experience and proficiency with Microsoft Office products such as Outlook, Word, and Excel.

  • Use of standard office equipment.

  • Organization, attention to detail, flexibility and strong ability to multi-task interfacing multiple client situations on any given workday.

  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment without direct supervision. Must embrace a team based, initiative driven environment.

  • Effectively work with others to build consensus and rapport

  • Work conditions are typically warehouse, clinical, manufacturing facilities, construction projects, and field conditions. May require working after hours, occasional weekend to respond to emergency or non-emergency situations


This job description is not intended to be all inclusive and the employee will also perform other reasonably related business duties as assigned by the immediate supervisor and other management as required. 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY POLICY:  It is our policy to seek and employ the best qualified personnel and to provide equal opportunity for the advancement of employees, including upgrading, promoting and training and to administer these activities in a manner which will not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, age, sex, marital status, national origin, disability or any other basis prohibited by law.


Posting Date: 25 Sep 2020  To Apply, Click Here

Job Title: Sr Field Safety Engineer (EHS HSE)

Company: Honeywell

Location:  Duluth, Georgia, USA


Position Description:  Honeywell is looking for a Future Shaper to join us in breaking the mold of what cities, campuses and buildings will achieve!  Honeywell has been focused on energy efficiency for over 100 years with innovative building technologies that have defined the world’s infrastructure.  Today we are redefining the future once again and we are looking for innovators with vison, tenacity and focus to achieve these goals.  You will help drive the future by integrating traditional energy conservation measures with a connected building operating system that uses AI, machine learning and outcome-based solutions to create flexible ecosystems focused on customer needs.  As a trusted advisor, the outcomes you provide will help customers tell their story of reducing operating expenses, energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, while at the same time improving comfort, productivity, efficiency and the safety of the environments they work in.


Join an organization that demonstrates a proactive health and safety management system and a continuous improvement environment. You will be a key professional in the HSE function. You will implement processes and drive HSE performance metrics for the Honeywell Energy Solutions Group. You will accomplish this by establishing strong working relationships with the employees you support. You will report directly to the Senior HSE Manager for Honeywell Energy Solutions Group. You will be the key HSE resource within the region directing sustainable health and safety programs through incorporation of impactful operating processes and keeping in front of leading practices in health and safety standards.


▪ Integrate, monitor, and support Health and Safety programs to ensure compliance with the applicable guidelines, procedures, and regulations.

▪ Incorporate continuous improvement using Honeywell's Health and Safety initiatives through Honeywell's Operating System activities.

▪ Provide proactive integration of HSE initiatives across the Energy Solutions Group, keeping in front of leading edge safety awareness.



▪ Bachelor's Degree in health & safety, environmental management, engineering (environmental, design, electrical, mechanical, civil),

▪ 5+ years of HSE experience.



▪ Master’s Degree  

▪ Understanding of all matters related to HSE in a service environment.  Experience within construction, service and/or field related businesses.

▪ Ability to work in field operations environment, including navigating construction sites.

▪ Strong oral and written communication skills

▪ Use innovative thinking to create continuous improvement

▪ Technical expertise in HSE

▪ Strong computer skills (PowerPoint, Excel, SharePoint) 

▪ Ability to deliver on complex situations

▪ Timely decision making skills

▪ Conveys specific, observable, and/or measurable expectations 


Additional Information

JOB ID: req245040

Category: Health, Safety & Environment

Location: 3079 Premiere Pkwy Ste 100,Duluth,Georgia,30097,United States



Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status.


Posting Date: 26 Sep 2020  To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Health and Safety Consultant

Company: Peninsula

Location: Dublin, Ireland


Position Description:  The Portfolio Group are delighted to be recruiting on behalf of Peninsula, an award winning international organisation providing Business Support, Employment Law, Health & Safety and Employee Wellbeing services to a range of clients.


Job Overview

The Health & Safety Department are looking for hardworking professional Health & Safety Consultant with a high level of technical knowledge and experience, gained within the construction sector. You will have the ability to build strong relationships with your clients and deliver a high quality, cost effective consultancy service. Ideally you will be a chartered member of The Institution of Occupational Safety & Health or equivalent.


Day-to-Day Responsibilities

* Conduct yourself in a professional matter at all times (including appearance, use of PPE, communication etc.) ensuring that you comply with both company and departmental policies, procedures and protocols

* To visit clients premises for the purpose of carrying out agreed contractual work

* Undertake health and safety visits to client’s premises in accordance with departmental protocols and contract requirements, in particular where SLA’s are in place

* Submit any relevant reports or other such associated documents in accordance with client demand and departmental protocols

* Advise and instruct clients in the use of Health and Safety Management systems.

* Liaise with the HSE and other Enforcing Authorities on behalf of clients when required to do so

* Advise clients on matters of Health and Safety standards and best practice affecting their business. Assist clients with accident or other special investigations as required

* Attend company meetings, courses etc. when required to update and maintain professional skills/knowledge

* Supporting the client through effective crisis management where required


Peninsula have a great reputation for providing high quality consultancy services and working as part of the Health and safety team will offer a role with great challenge and variety to develop your career with industry leading training.


We seek applications from Health & Safety professionals who can demonstrate excellent skills in managing client relationships, able to offer practical solutions to clients utilising your extensive technical knowledge of Health and Safety. Successful candidates will hold one of the following professional memberships; GMIOSH, GradIOSH, MIIRSM, CIEH, whilst candidates with associate memberships or NEBOSH National Diploma or equivalent will also be considered.


Posting Date: 28 Sep 2020              To Apply, Click Here  

Job Title: Health and Safety Officer

Company: ADF International

Location:  Los Angeles, California, USA


Position Description:  Duties Summary/Responsibilities:


  • Participate to the Quality/Safety Meetings in order to address Health and safety issues.

  • Review, approve and ensure that the PROJECT SAFETY PLAN is available and continuously kept up-dated on-site.

  • Oversee all construction personnel concerning Health and safety matters.

  • Maintain the safety records. Digitalize all safety records to the project’s files and transfer, at the end of the job, the original documents or hard copy to the ADF Group’s Head Office for archiving purposes.

  • Participate to the analysis of training needs and to the development of training program related to Health and Safety. Perform training session to personnel and maintain the training log.

  • Periodically check that the maintenance program is implemented and maintained.

  • Inspect workplaces and workplace equipment, such as scaffolding, to ensure they meet safety regulations and to identify hazards and risks.

  • Ensure dangerous materials are correctly stored.

  • Record and report hazards, accidents, injuries and health issues within the workplace.

  • Assist with the investigation of accidents and unsafe working conditions, study possible causes and recommend remedial action.

  • Coordinate emergency procedures, mine rescues, firefighting and first aid crews.

  • Ensure personal protective equipment (such as hearing protection, dust masks, safety glasses, footwear and safety helmets), is being used in workplaces according to regulations.

  • Assists in the preparation of various reports, documents and forms.

  • Maintain a safe job site and ensure that the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) are enforced.

  • Promote the Health and Safety requirements within the organization.

  • Ensure that workplaces conform with organizational procedures and safety standards.

  • Investigate damage, accidents, or delays at construction sites to ensure that proper procedures are being carried out.

  • Other related tasks and duties as assigned.


Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • 3-5 years experience within the safety field of construction


  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints

  • Excellent attention to detail

  • Understanding and knowledge of OSHA regulations

  • Ability to ensure compliance with customer’s contractual requirements and ADF’s requirements

  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills

  • Critical reasoning and great judgement


Physical Requirements:

Must be able to regularly sit, walk and stand for varying lengths of time. Must be able to repetitively articulate hands, wrists etc. to operate standard office equipment; and perform those similar activities while seated as well as perform computer work for various lengths of time. Will need to be able to reach with hands and arms; and lift up to 25 pounds occasionally.


Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.


Posting Date: 26 Sep 2020              To Apply, Click Here  

Job Title: Manager, HSE Technical


Location:  ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates


Position Description:  ADNOC Is One Of The World's Leading Energy Producers, And A Primary Catalyst For The Growth And Diversification Of The United Arab Emirates.  Our Diverse Family Of More Than 50,000 Employees Is Made Up Of Over 100 Different Nationalities. People From Different Backgrounds, With Unique Perspectives And Wide-Ranging Skillsets, Who Share A Collective Responsibility: To Enable And Accelerate Progress, Both Here In The UAE And Across The Globe.


Here At ADNOC, We Go Beyond Business As Usual. We Do Things Differently, Challenge Convention, And Embrace New Ways Of Thinking. This Is What Defines And Differentiates Us. By Working Together Every Day, We’re Bringing Energy To Life. Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) Was Established On The 27th November 1971 To Operate In All Areas Of The Oil And Gas Industry In Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Since Its Establishment, ADNOC Has Steadily Enhanced Its Competitive Position Through Its Sound Business Interest In 18 Specialist Subsidiary And Joint Venture Companies In Addition To Educational Institutions, Known As The ADNOC Group Of Companies.


Today, ADNOC Manages And Oversees Oil Production Of More Than 3.1 Million Barrels Per Day (Bpd), Ranking It Amongst The Top Ten Oil And Gas Producing Companies In The World. In The Last Few Years, Significant Achievements Have Been Made In The Expansion And Development Of Gas Fields To Meet The Growing Needs And Development Plans Of Abu Dhabi, And In Our Bid To Support The Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030, Which Seeks Diversification Of Abu Dhabi’s Energy Supplies. ADNOC Is Committed To Recruiting The Best Talent The UAE Has To Offer, And Accordingly UAE Nationals Will Be Preferred. All Expressions Of Interest Will Be Treated Confidentially.


Group Company Overview:

The Abu Dhabi Company For Onshore Petroleum Operations (ADNOC ONSHORE) Functions Throughout Onshore Development Sites As Well As In The Shallow Coastal Waters Of Abu Dhabi.  The Company Was Incorporated In 1978 To Oversee Operations In Onshore Concession Areas Covering Approximately 21,000 Square Kilometers Including Five Of The Most Important Mainland Oilfields In The Region. During The First Quarter Of 2006, The Inauguration Of The North East BAB Has Been Started


Job Purpose:

Manage And Direct Activities Related To Technical Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Environment And HSE Performance Teams In Order To Assure That All Requirements Are Addressed And Accomplished In A Planned And Consistent Manner Complying With ADNOC & ADNOC Onshore Codes Of Practice And International Guidelines.


Key Accountabilities:


  • Align The Unit’s Business Requirements And KPIs With The Corporate HSE Strategy, Expectations And Initiatives And Guide And Direct The Teams To Ensure The Deliverables Are In Accordance With Business Requirements.

  • Ensure The Technical Safety Team Delivers The Risk Assessment Studies, Fire Protection & Detection System Design Philosophies And Study Reviews As Per The ADNOC Standards, Technical Safety Procedures & Engineering Standards Within The In-House Engineering And EPC Project Schedules.  Ensure The All Project Reviews I.E., PHSERs & PSSRs Are Conducted. Be A Technical Authority To Resolve Technical Queries, Technical Deviations And Advice On The Technical Safety Matters Related To Projects & Operations.

  • Ensure HSEIAs Are Conducted, Statement Of Fitness Is Approved And Regulatory Approved For All Stages Of The Project/Operations And The Operations HSEIAs Are Updated For Modifications.

  • Provide Assurance To Senior Management And Shareholders Regarding The Status Of Technical HSE Compliance At Design, Commissioning And Operation Stages Of The Project. Extend Technical Support To Various ADNOC Onshore Corporate Level Risk Committees Which Include, GMC, PFISC, Process Safety Committee, Etc.

  • Provide Essential Technical Advice And Guidance To Senior Management  And Others On Major Environmental And Industrial Hygiene Issues And Ensure Awareness Of Latest Development In HSE  Laws, Standards, Regulations, And Their Impact/Implementation In Company

  • Establish And Supervise The Implementation Of  Industrial Hygiene,  Environmental Programs To Support Assets & Functions To Comply With Governmental, FNAR, ADNOC & ADNOC Onshore Requirements (Procedures, Codes Of Practice Etc.) To Ensure No Harm To People And Prevent/Minimize Environmental Impacts

  • Ensure Management And Employee’s Awareness Of Environmental And Industrial Hygiene Risks. This Includes The Development And Implementation Of Awareness And Training Programs Relevant To Improvement Of The Environmental And Industrial Hygiene.

  • Establish The System For Managing Occupational Illnesses, To Ensure That All Suspected Occupational Illness Cases Are Investigated And Where Necessary Reported To Relevant Parties; Mitigations And Control Measures Are Implemented To Prevent Re-Occurrence.

  • Monitor The Environment Activities And Initiatives To Support A Waste Free Environment, In The Areas Of Water, Air And Soil, In Line With The International Standards And Researches.

  • Review And Report The HSE Performance In Accordance With Audit, Or HSE International Standards. Ensure 5-Year Business Plan Is Prepared And Approved And Ensure Annual Budget For CHSE Is Prepared And Approved.


Qualifications. Experience. Knowledge & Skills:

Minimum Qualification

  • Bachelor Degree In Chemical Engineering, Or Equivalent Qualifications.

  • Minimum Experience & Knowledge & Skills

  • 12 Years Of Experience In Relevant Oil & Gas Technical Safety And 5 Years Of Which In Leading The Technical Safety Team. 

  • Knowledge On Occupational Health And Environment Disciplines.


Professional Certifications

NIBOSH International Certification.

Group Company:  ADNOC Onshore


Posting Date: 16 Sep 2020            To Apply, Click Here.

Job Title: Assistant HSE Manager

Company: Hill International

Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


Position Description: Hill International is an international construction consulting firm that provides program and project management, construction management, cost engineering and estimating, quality assurance, inspection, scheduling, risk management and claims avoidance to clients involved in major construction projects worldwide. Hill has participated in over 10,000 project assignments with a total construction value of more than $500 billion. Hill is a publicly traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: HIL), and is headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (



  • Responsible for assisting the management for implementing an HSE Management System and enhancing safety culture across the client portfolio.

  • Assist management in developing procedures complimenting HSE Management System.

  • Review ‘Permit to Work’ applications, Method Statement and Risk Assessments, inclusive of all necessary procedures ensuring Safe Operations.

  • Conduct HSE Audits; site Inspections of facilities and reports.

  • Supervise Safety contractor to ensure performance and operational readiness of HSE Critical Systems and Equipment. Oversee Safety Induction and other training to employees and contractors. Investigate and Report Incidents.

  • Develop HSE process and procedures and supervise the implementation.

  • Monitor and control FM service providers compliance with contractual and client HSE requirements.

  • Preparation of Various HSE reports and Ad hoc reporting as per the client requirement.

  • Review the current HSE process and identify the areas of improvements.

  • Investigate and Report Incidents, Accidents and Near-misses to Management.

  • Review Job Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessments of High-Risk work activities like lifting, confined space works, excavation, hot works etc.

  • Informs themselves of the relevant Quality, Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Policies, Manuals and Procedures in place within Hill International, and ensures continued compliance with these requirements while employed by Hill.

  • Perform other duties as assigned by the line manager/supervisor.



  • Relevant Degree and/or safety qualification NEBOSH.

  • Eight years of relevant experience.

  • English and MS Office Proficiency Experience.

  • Excellent understanding of local HSE regulations and HSE procedures as per KSA laws.

  • NEBOSH certificate.

  • Experience in working in FM operational environment.


Hill International is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Veteran/Disabled


Note: This job description is intended to provide an indication of the nature and levels of work, knowledge, skills, abilities and other essential functions to be carried out as part of fulfilling the role mentioned in the job title. Various other duties as required.


Posting Date: 5 Sep 2020              To Apply, Click Here.

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