From: "Cieslinski, Benjamin" <benjamin.cieslinski**At_Symbol_Here**QATAR.TAMU.EDU>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Job Opening for Safety Coordinator at Texas A&M University at Qatar...
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2015 08:20:46 +0000
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Texas A&M University at Qatar has a job opening for a Safety Coordinator at our campus in Doha, Qatar. Details are in the link below, and will be open for about a week. This is a great position for anyone with a chemical safety background who loves travel and adventure. Housing, schooling, and travel expenses are covered by the school, which can significantly elevate the base salary shown.


                The Safety Coordinator in Building Operations and HSSE at Texas A&M University at Qatar is responsible for audit and regulatory compliance in the department. Provides technical support for the laboratory, building, housing audit, and inspection programs. Coordinates the development and implementation of a comprehensive safety program for the academic, laboratory and staff areas of the Texas A&M University at Qatar Engineering Center, including schools of electrical, mechanical, chemical and petroleum engineering as well as supporting academic departments and other research areas.




G. Benjamin Cieslinski ’98, M.S.

Laboratory Manager | Science Program

Texas A&M University at Qatar

Proudly Offering ABET-Accredited Engineering Programs


PO Box 23874 | Doha, Qatar

161 Texas A&M Engineering Building | Education City


tel. +974.4423.0496 | fax +974.4423.0060 | mob. +974.6655.6986 | GMT +3


benjamin.cieslinski**At_Symbol_Here** |


Enriching Qatar’s Greatest Natural Resource.


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