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BP Whiting, Indiana, USA
Sep 30, 2019
Full time
Job profile summary: The Complex Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) Specialist is the first point of contact for operating personnel for questions, assistance and direction in the execution of HSE related management systems. The HSE Specialist is accountable for the safety and environmental performance of the complex The HSE Specialist works closely with operations and maintenance personnel to assure that day-to-day activities are being conducted in a safe and compliant manner while driving continuous performance improvement and efficiency The HSE Specialist is the first point of contact for all HSE issues in the complex and provides critical input for developing HSE procedures and HSE training This role suggests HSE improvements for not only the complex, but for the Whiting Refinery and may impact several other BP locations This position ensures HSE incidents are appropriately investigated with lessons learned embedded This position performs environmental screening of all MOC’s for the complex This position leads L2 HITRA (Risk Assessments) for the complex Ultimately, this role will support and coach in the field to deliver HSE improvement plans, ensuring new requirements are appropriately embedded in systematic and in control processes / procedures. Job Advert: Key accountabilities : Drives continuous improvement in complex HSE performance and risk reduction, including working with the complex to develop specific HSE performance improvement plans Articulates and utilizes the trending and analysis of leading HSE indicators and anticipates future performance based on trends Develops and implements a learning culture through lessons learned from near miss reporting, Safety Observations (SOC’s), incident investigations and other learning forums Supports and facilitates the Complex HSE Committees meetings Provides technical support including risk assessment for safety and environmental activity within the complex Develops cost-effective approaches to achieve compliance with HSE issues Participates in self-verification activities measuring compliance with HSE requirements; this includes compliance audits, self-verification events and Safety Observations & Conversations (SOCs) Completes all compliance tasks assigned to the position Recommends practices and procedures for the site, as well as provides feedback from stakeholders on ideas to improve overall effectiveness Participates in the Management of Change (MOCs) process Assists the operating and maintenance areas in executing the changes by significant field presence/face time with stakeholders Ensure complex Turnaround (TAR) HSE plans are robust and directly supports the execution phase of TARs for all complexes Supports HSE training Provides support, direction and coaching of USW H&S Reps Essential education : BS Degree in Environmental, Health and Safety, or Engineering discipline with at least 5 years of manufacturing experience Essential experience and job requirements : Extensive hands-on experience in providing coaching and support to manufacturing operations and/or maintenance personnel Experience with risk-based safety programs and delivery of HSE performance plans Demonstrated experience and expertise in performance analysis Strong ability to lead through influence and build comprehensive stakeholder networks Effective communication skills to drive personnel engagement and empowerment to create a sustainable safety culture Provide support to the site by maintaining a visible safety leadership presence in the field Ability to communicate with a positive personal impact Desirable Criteria : Experience with behavior based safety programs Knowledge of environmental regulations and programs Understanding of and experience working with continuous improvement methodology As part of our dedication to the diversity of our workforce, BP is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard for race, color, gender, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, military status, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any other protected group status. We are also committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us or have one of your representatives contact us at   BPUSApplicationAssis@bp.com   or by telephone at 281.366.1999. Read the   Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law poster   and the   poster supplement   - for more information about Equal Employment Opportunities. ( Spanish version ) BP is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. View our   policy statement . Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
BP Sunbury, United Kingdom
Sep 10, 2019
Full time
Job profile summary: This new and exciting leadership position reflects the growing importance of effectively managing the dual challenge of the energy transition, particularly associated with energy generating technologies beyond oil and gas and associated with decarbonising oil and gas. This role is responsible for leading the development and establishing an understanding of environmental impacts associated with energy generation technologies and sustainability priorities to inform and shape BP’s energy transition. The role will evaluate emerging environmental and sustainability issues and establish research to improve understanding of specific environmental impacts where the issues are not well known. Working with a wide range of internal stakeholders (both leadership and technical experts) this role will inform selection of potential energy sources, associated venture investments and management strategies associated with the energy transition and inform future business strategy. Externally the role holder will work with key stakeholders including academia, industry, technology companies and selected NGOs to help shape support to BPs energy transition and environmental and sustainability understanding. The role will establish horizon scanning for emerging issues, key analysis, tools and metrics to support critical environmental issues including life cycle analysis, severe weather and climate modelling and will sustain a process to communicate key findings as they emerge. The role will lead the development of capability to deepen critical expertise where necessary. Job Advert: Could you support the energy transition with sound environmental science? At BP, we’re committed to providing the energy that fuels growth and improves lives but in new ways, with fewer emissions. These are big, complex challenges so it’s important that we unlock the full potential of our workforce. Our Environmental Technology team ensures BP is focused on the environment’s most important issues. By providing strategic expertise, sharing commercial insight, driving innovation and deployment of technologies, the team supports our low-carbon energy transition, every day. About the opportunity As the   environmental science director , your role will be to help us build an even deeper understanding of the environmental impacts and opportunities associated with energy generation. You’ll consider the potential impact of advances in technology throughout the global energy system and be responsible for developing technology strategies that reflect the complexity of global sustainability. And scan for and deploy key analysis, tools and technologies to support critical environmental issues. Here, you’ll shape BP’s environmental science and technology strategy. You’ll identify ways to decarbonise oil, gas and other energy sources. You’ll lead your team through issues linked to sustainability issues including; severe weather and climate change analysis, life cycle assessments, circular economy and natural capital. Plus, you’ll collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders to develop future strategies. What’s more, you’ll communicate key findings as they emerge to inform our senior leaders developing BP’s overall strategy. And lead relevant environmental science and technology R&D, related to emerging environmental issues. Ultimately, one of your main goals will be to support BP in maximizing environmental benefits and avoiding negative impacts. About you With a   BSc degree or equivalent in Physical Sciences or Environmental Sciences, you have broad experience in technology, engineering, operational or business management. We also find it highly desirable if you have a qualification, Master’s degree, PhD or similar in a relevant subject, such as Environmental Technology or Environmental Economics. You take pride in your understanding of environmental science, from the decarbonisation of oil and gas, to energy-generating innovations. You’ve got a great overview of key science and technology, how to find out more and keep current. And strong, relevant experience in supporting energy transitions.   Plus, you’re a   leader who knows how to motivate and empower the whole team,   as well as communicate complex analyses into critical insights that enables executives to take action. Your previous work in the energy industry will play a great role in your work at BP. Same as your experience in delivering value through academic and stakeholder collaborations. And with a strong ability to identify and implement opportunities, you’ll help us thrive both in the short and the long term. Join us and discover how the future looks with a business that keeps advancing. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com