HSE Coordinator

Construction · Calgary, Alberta
Department Construction
Employment Type Full-Time
Minimum Experience Mid-level

Nomodic is an industry-leading provider of integrated building solutions, from design and permitting to fabrication and installation. We believe in ‘building without boundaries’, where any client vision is fulfilled through an innovative, flexible, and holistic approach to construction. We have become a Canadian leader in the delivery of accelerated modular projects. 


Our core purpose is to leave things better in everything we do, from delivering time savings and certainty for our clients, to helping our employees grow and achieve their full potential.

Reporting to the VP, Construction, the HSE Coordinator plays a key role within Nomodic’s Construction team. The HSE Coordinator leads the overall performance of Nomodic’s Safety Management System as well as the necessary administrative duties. The HSE Coordinator responsibilities include preparing Safety Execution Plans, program development and improvement, tracking and reporting statistics, vendor qualification and ensuring all  projects meet safety standards.


The position works closely with the site Construction Managers as well as the Project Managers and Coordinators, therefore strong communication and collaboration skills are essential.


The HSE Coordinator duties are to be performed at a high level of professionalism and moral standards, ensuring that the projects’ goals of safety, cost and schedule are maintained throughout the work.


Duties and Responsibilities


The HSE Coordinator performs some, or all of the following duties:


  • Safety
    • Maintain and promote the corporate Health and Safety policies and procedures
    • Report all incidents immediately to the VP of Construction and ensure that the incident reporting policies are followed
    • Participate in risk and incident reviews as applicable
  • HSE administration and document control
  • Organize and deliver safety orientations and coordinate safety training
  • Create, distribute, and present monthly safety meetings
  • Develop HSE programs and improvements
  • Complete formal and informal site inspections
    • Assist with workplace safety investigations
    • Incident management:
      • Review, revise, collect, and distribute all support documentation for signature
      • Suggest corrective actions and ensure compliance
  • HSE Statistic tracking and timely reporting on weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly basis
    • Liaise with project team and sub-contractors for information to complete HSE reports
  • WCB Claim Management
  • Project and special initiative support
    • Vendor qualification support
    • Project Safety Plans
    • Project Emergency Response Plans
  • Drug & Alcohol Testing
    • Pre-access testing
    • Incident testing
  • Management of Nomodic’s driver’s insurance
    • Adding and removing employees as required
  • Management of internal safety-related software
    • ComplyWorks
    •  WorkHub
    •  ISN
    • Avetta
  • Other duties as required





  • Completion of post-secondary school is required (or equivalent work experience)
  • Must possess an Occupational Health and Safety Certification
  • CCOHS certification strongly preferred
  • CRSP designation, or similar, strongly preferred
  • Related safety tickets an asset
  • Must be fluent in English (written and verbal)
  • Must have minimum of valid class 5 driver’s license

Skills and Experience

  • 2+ years HSE Coordination experience, or similar
  • Experience in the commercial/industrial construction advantageous
  • Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of WCB, Hazard Identifications, Accident Investigations, and Canadian OH&S Legislation
  • Excellent planning and logistics skills
  • Adaptability and the ability to react quickly in a fast-paced environment
  • Capable user of computer tools and systems to support the role, including Microsoft Office products, and the willingness to introduce new IT tools to drive efficiencies and automation
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Strong organizational, time management, technical writing, problem-solving and decision-making skills
  • High standards of ethical conduct; ensuring the preservation of confidential and/or sensitive information
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to promote and exemplify Nomodic’s core values
  • Propensity for multi-tasking
  • Deadline driven
  • Strong leadership skills


Working Conditions

  • Work weeks are 5 days, Monday to Friday, 8 hours per day, with variable times due to travel necessities and restrictions
  • Frequently exposed to noise and a regular flow of people 
  • Visits to site and client as required
  • Site visits to remote camps can include extreme heat, or cold changes as well as all outdoor conditions
  • Frequently assigned changing priorities


Physical Requirements

  • Must be able to work in both office and field environments
  • Must be able to work on a computer for the bulk of their day

Why Nomodic?

What we offer:

  • Competitive salary packages
  • Comprehensive employer-paid benefits package
  • Paid time off (vacation and sick time)
  • RRSP Matching
  • Learning and career advancement opportunities and support
  • Positive and inclusive work environment
  • Flexible schedule
  • Hybrid/remote work environment

We thank all of those who apply, however we will only contact those who we see qualified.

Nomodic is an equal opportunity employer that offers competitive salary packages, a positive work environment, and career advancement opportunities.

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    Calgary, Alberta
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