Environment, Health & Safety Manager

Nuna Logistics

Job Description

The Nuna Group of Companies is now accepting resumes for a Manager – Health, Safety and Environment. At Nuna, our greatest strength and primary concern are our people. This is reflected in our industry leading record in safety excellence. We are looking for an HSE Manager for our Edmonton Corporate Offices to be the people leader and technical expert in Nuna’s safety management and execution. The position is responsible for ensuring the company’s HSE management system is implemented successfully on project sites while maintaining alignment with client and area jurisdiction requirements.

Some of what we offer:

  • Diverse and rewarding project experiences across Canada.
  • Collaborative team that works to foster a culture of safety and focus on continuous improvement.
  • Competitive total compensation package including company matching RRSPs.
  • Immediate company paid health and wellness benefits including flex spending account.

Some Key Responsibilities:

Management and development of project HSE teams:

    • Provide leadership and direction to ensure the successful delivery, implementation and administration of the company’s HSE Management System on project sites.
    • Supervise, lead and mentor HSE Advisors. Set and communicate goals, strategic direction and priorities to ensure success. Ensure plans are consistent with overall company HSE strategy and corporate mandates.

Implement strategies and processes to proactively reduce project safety risks.

    • Develop and implement strategies that are aligned with corporate and client initiatives to proactively reduce risk and potential loss exposures on projects.
    • Act as a change agent to integrate HSE processes consistent with corporate initiatives into projects.

Implement and monitor the company’s HSE management system on project sites:

    • Act as a subject matter expert in HSE systems, policies procedures, programs, client, and jurisdictional requirements.
    • Lead by demonstrating the required behaviours, attitudes, and mindset to further develop an already strong company safety culture.

Liaise with internal and external stakeholders on HSE performance and related activities:

    • Foster strong and lasting relationships and ensure continued success of company’s safety performance. Stakeholders can include but are not limited to senior and project management, front line supervision, company departments, and divisions clients and government agencies.

Monitor project safety performance and trends, identifying gaps or areas for improvement.

    • Perform regular audits and monitoring HSE performance on projects to identify areas for improvement and ensure that appropriate corrective or preventative actions are taken, including, follow up reviews.

Job Requirements


Work Experience:

  • Eight (8) years of experience gained through increasingly responsible management positions within Health, Safety & Environment.
  • Industrial construction and/or mining industry experience preferred.
  • Experience leading or managing projects.
  • Experience leading significant incident investigations.
  • Experience dealing with regulating bodies.


  • Related post-secondary education or equivalent experience related to Health, Safety & Environment.
  • Designation as an HSE professional (CRSP) preferred.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Requirements:

  • Strong and collaborative ability to use information available to make decisions and act decisively.
  • Exercise independent judgment and initiative within established guidelines.
  • Proven ability to remain objective and calm under pressure.
  • Proven ability to conduct research and find information.
  • Understanding of strategic long-term vision.
  • Ability to align team members around HSE and team strategy and goals.
  • Ability to inspire trust teamwork and high performance.
  • Skilled in listening, coaching and developing teams.
  • Understanding of managing resources and funds for the function.
  • Knowledge of motivational principles and methods and how to provide timely and constructive feedback.
  • Knowledge of ethical issues and legal regulations when dealing with personnel and human resources issues.

How to Apply:

Interested applicants are asked to apply online at or by email

Nuna is committed to the principle of employment equity. We welcome diversity and encourage all who are qualified to express their interest.

We thank all who apply but only those selected for interviews will be contacted.