Assistant Emergency Management Engineer


Huizhou, GD, CN

Company:  ExxonMobil


About us


At ExxonMobil, our vision is to lead in energy innovations that advance modern living and a net-zero future. As one of the world’s largest publicly traded energy and chemical companies, we are powered by a unique and diverse workforce fueled by the pride in what we do and what we stand for.


The success of our Upstream, Product Solutions and Low Carbon Solutions businesses is the result of the talent, curiosity and drive of our people. They bring solutions every day to optimize our strategy in energy, chemicals, lubricants and lower-emissions technologies. 


We invite you to bring your ideas to ExxonMobil to help create sustainable solutions that improve quality of life and meet society’s evolving needs. Learn more about our What and our Why and how we can work together.


What role you will play in our team

This is a representative description of the role of an SSHE Specialist and does not represent a specific position. SSHE Specialists not only support one or more safety, security, health, or environmental subject areas for a particular site or functional group within an affiliate but also provide a level of subject matter expertise in one or more areas. The SSHE Specialist influences the field organization without formal authority by demonstrating strong operations and/or maintenance skills, and interacting effectively with operations/manufacturing/pipeline/other field organizations. The SSHE Specialist also demonstrates good communication and interpersonal skills while working with diverse groups. This job role will cover some but not all of the responsibilities listed below. Typical Job Position Titles may include: EHS Coordinator, OI Coordinator, Safety Specialist, Waste Coordinator, etc.


What you will do



  • Develop and maintain liaisons with local government to facilitate emergency plan development, response effort coordination.
  • Participate the internal and external review of emergency plan and filing to relevant government department.
  • Keep informed of regulations affecting emergency plans and ensure that plans adhere to these regulations.
  • Consult with officials to determine their needs and capabilities in the event of a natural disaster or other emergency.
  • Collaborate with government to prepare and analyze damage assessments following disasters or emergencies. 
  • Coordinate various emergency inspections of the government.


About you


  • Bachelor degree or above in chemistry & chemical, and Safety Engineering. Master degree preferred. 
  • Work experience in Petrochemical industry or in Govt. agencies preferred. 
  • Can use English for daily
  • Effective communication, ability in adaption to new environment
  • Have understanding of the relevant national laws and regulations on safety
  • Understanding of Govt. system and practices 
  • Have the ability to analyze problems and use available resources to solve problems


Stay connected with us

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Equal Opportunity Employer


ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship status, protected veteran status, genetic information, or physical or mental disability.




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