Health, Safety, & Environment Project Supervisor

The HSE Project Supervisor will be a key contributor to the Health, Safety, and Environment efforts for Fervo’s geothermal operations in Milford, UT.

Decarbonizing the energy sector is an urgent challenge, and with the right technology, geothermal energy can play a central role. We are expanding our team to help make this vision a reality.  Fervo Energy has developed technology to make geothermal power scalable and cost-effective. Join us and work alongside world-class engineers, researchers, investors, and developers in making geothermal a key pillar of our climate-friendly energy future.


The HSE Project Supervisor will be a key contributor to the Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) efforts for Fervo’s geothermal operations in Milford, UT. This role will provide critical HSE supervisory support to ensure the safe and environmentally responsible execution of geothermal drilling and operational activities. The HSE Project Supervisor will collaborate closely with Fervo’s Field Safety Representatives, contractors, and internal teams to maintain compliance with HSE policies, drive incident management, and facilitate continuous improvement in safety and environmental practices. This position will report to the HSE Manager.


  • Supervise Fervo Field Safety Representatives and provide ongoing HSE support for Fervo’s operations in Milford, UT
  • HSE Program development and ensure Fervo HSE policies, procedure and processes are understood and followed
  • Work with Fervo Field Safety Representatives in supporting incident reporting and management
  • Lead or assist incident investigations and manage incidents in incident management system to closure, including corrective actions
  • Assist in the roll out and implementation of HSE programs and initiatives
  • Participate in Operations Planning activities and contractor onboarding sessions.
  • Verify and follow up on Contractor bridging document agreements, Incident findings and Corrective action closures; Conduct contractor HSE audits and assessments
  • Provide support with HSE scorecards through ISNETWORLD
  • Assist in the development and updating of HSE training; safety improvement processes
  • Conduct regular site visits and assessments
  • Participate in Incident Management Team and Spill Response Plan Drills


  • Associate’s degree or Bachelor’s (HSE or similar discipline preferred)
  • 5+ years of experience in an HSE supervisory capactiy
  • Experience with Incident Investigations and mitigating measures
  • OSHA 30 Hour certificate in General Industry or Construction
  • Associate Safety Professional (ASP) Certification (or equivalent)
  • Valid driver’s license

About Fervo Energy

Fervo Energy commercializes technology to own, develop, and operate geothermal assets as the dispatchable foundation to a 100% clean energy future. As a 24/7, reliable clean energy resource, geothermal energy has a major role to play in the future electric grid and Fervo Energy’s key innovations bring a full suite of modern technology to make geothermal cost competitive. Fervo’s innovations include technologies such as advanced computational models, horizontal drilling, and distributed fiber optic sensing that we have developed with partners including Schlumberger, ARPA-E, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. Fervo is supported through Cyclotron Road, the Department of Energy, Stanford University, and Breakthrough Energy Ventures.

Fervo Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, religion, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sex, genetic information, sexual orientation, military and veteran status or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws. It also prohibits unlawful discrimination based on the perception that anyone has any of those characteristics or is associated with a person who has or is perceived as having any of those characteristics.