HSE Officer Job in Kenya

 The objective of the HSE Team is minimize the risk of anybody becoming injured (as a result of the Project) while working at or visiting the LTWP wind farm. To achieve this, the HSE Team must strive to ensure that HSE risks are recognized and that mitigation measures are identified and adhered to so that a safe and conducive working environment is maintained.

The HSE Officer shall be responsible for working with colleagues to ensure that the responsibilities and objectives of the HSE Team are met.

Duties & Responsibilities

Identify, mitigate and manage project-related health, safety and environmental impacts and risks in compliance with Kenyan legislation (e.g. OSHA Act, 2007) and LTWP’s internal Environmental, Social and Health and Safety (ESHS) plans, policies and procedures;

Conduct risk assessments and review contractors’ Site Safety Plans before any work commencing, and prepare the Risk Management Plan;

Conduct Job Safety & Environmental Analyses (JSEA) / Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) and monitor implementation of ESHS plans, policies and procedures by LTWP employees and contractors;

Systematically plan, organize, carry out HSE activities (e.g., inspections, audits, trainings, toolbox talks, risk assessments etc.) and systematically document these;

Conduct incident/accident investigations, reporting and analysis, specifically on the lessons learned from the incident, and ensuring that they are captured accurately, and the message shared accordingly; and,

Timely production and maintenance of key ESHS documentation (e.g., incident/accident reports, regular HSE reports, audit/investigation reports and toolbox talks).

To support the behaviour of working provided by LTWP, sharing best practice, and collaborating with colleagues outside of your sphere of businessTo ensure full participation in the Performance Appraisal Review (PAR) process and maintain an up-to-date record of all training and development activities/programs;

To always act and behave in a way compliant with all LTWP company guidelines and policies, especially those relating to values and behaviours, environmental health and safety, ethics and codes of conduct, as it is through living our values that we strengthen the culture of our business and demonstrate our understanding of our Code of Conduct; and,

Any other duties deemed necessary and relevant by the management in the smooth running of the Wind Farm Site operations.

Qualifications & Experience

NEBOSH Certification in HSE from recognized organization

3+ years of relevant experience

Occupational Health and Safety training

Working knowledge of Kenyan OSHA laws & regulations

Computer literacy in Word, Excel & PowerPoint

Must be able to work on a rotation basis of 5-weeks on and 2-weeks off.


Applies in-depth understanding of the value drivers of the Company, to improve effectiveness & profitability.

Other relevant competences required for the role include:

Ability to establish and maintain excellent contacts with colleagues; 

Must be literate;

Must be computer literate (at a minimum, good understanding and ability to use Microsoft Office);

Self-motivated, versatile and adaptable to different cultures and people;

Ability to multi-task and prioritize work schedules;

Strong mobilization and negotiation skills required;

Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills;

Excellent people management skills;

Excellent organizational skills with the ability to coordinate activities and projects;


Excellent time management skills with the ability to prioritize;

Ability to work independently and as a team on assigned duties; and,

Ability to be a leader in safety and take ownership.

A person of high integrity that will model LTWP core values:





Safety consciousness

How To Apply

Qualified candidates should send their Cover letter and CVs to careers@ltwp.co.ke clearly indicating the position they are applying for on the email subject on or before 1st April 2024.