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BP Blaine, Washington, USA
Sep 23, 2018
Full time
Role synopsis The Health Safety, Security, Environmental and Quality (HSSEQ) Manager is accountable for leading the HSSE team in developing and executing best in class HSSEQ strategies to sustain top quartile HSSEQ performance and enable a culture of continuous improvement. As the HSSEQ Manager, you will lead a team of professionals comprised of : Occupational Health and Safety; Environmental Management; Crisis and Continuity Management; Plant Security; and Quality/Laboratory. As a valued member of the Refinery Leadership Team, you are integral to the development and delivery of the entirety of the Business Improvement Plan (BIP) and Asset Strategy. As a Senior Level Leader within Fuels North America and Global Refining, you provide leadership across the entire business – leveraging best practices and sharing resources where appropriate. You are a role model for BP’s Values & Behaviors and Leadership Expectations. You create a culture of inclusion and meritocracy and are accountable for developing the next generation of leaders. As an ambassador of BP, you will have ample leadership opportunities to build corporate reputation and goodwill through service to the community. Key accountabilities SAFE, RESPONSIBLE and RELIABLE OPERATIONS Ensures that the workforce understands and manages risk to prevent accidents, harm to people, and damage to the environment, while achieving competitive performance. Promotes a culture of ethical leadership through effective decision making, and compliance with BP’s Code of Conduct. Provides strong leadership in an effort to foster a culture of execution, engagement, and teamwork. Leads the deployment of work processes and resources to provide effective support for occupational safety, environmental, plant protection, emergency response and preparedness, and quality control/lab testing and other consulting support to Operations and the Cherry Point refinery. Energizes the HSSEQ team to identify issues at earliest possible stage and utilizes innovation and leadership to find best in class solutions. HSSEQ OPERATIONS Leads the personal safety agenda Provides overall assurance regarding HSSE performance, risks and delivery Lead the team to provide clear HSSE policies and procedures that meet statutory and BP Group requirements Ensure effective external relationships with HSSE regulatory agencies, industry associations and public issues groups Leads the site environmental compliance and permitting strategy Accountable for the incident investigation and learning process. Sets up the structure and accountability to ensure incidents are investigated and lessons are shared and embedded across the site. Serves as gatekeeper for HSSE-related Capital projects. Provides leadership through each of the phases of the project. Provides strategic leadership to the Plant Protection organization. Ensures emergency response capability including people, processes and equipment are adequate. Ensures security systems and processes are adequate to mitigate security risks Leads the laboratory as an independent certification and assurance on product quality Fosters a culture that focuses on a risk management approach that delivers significant, continuous, and sustainable risk reduction. RESOURCES and RELATIONSHIPS Organizes and prioritizes resources to effectively and efficiently work across departments, work within budgets, and simultaneously support the ongoing operations to deliver long term improvements for the business. Builds relationships and coordination of external experts to ensure the continued growth and development of the HSSEQ team. Drive engagement with the HSSE Managers Network for Global Refining and the underlying Continuous Improvement Forums (CIFs). Coaches leaders in the HSSEQ department on effective leadership and employee engagement. CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT Leads the development, performance management, reward, and succession planning to ensure that the HSSEQ team members are developing into leaders for BP. Collaborates with BP leadership to develop resources to drive problem solving, share, and incorporate learnings in regional and global interactions. Works to deliver a pipeline of energized, diverse, and highly capable HSSEQ professionals and leadership talent. Ensures the availability and access to high quality HSSEQ resources to support the development of the Cherry Point team. Provides oversight for site-wide HSSEQ resources, including recruitment, training and career development. Develops strong succession plans to build capability for the Cherry Point Refinery and BP. Essential Education A Bachelor's degree in an engineering and/or safety (HSSE-related) discipline Essential experience and job requirements 10+ years of Manufacturing Experience (Operational and/or HSSEQ) At least 5 years of experience leading a team in a manufacturing environment Demonstrated safety and environmental focus with a commitment to continuous improvement in HSSEQ performance Well-developed leadership abilities with experience in organizing/building teams Proven ability to work in a team based organization Excellent coaching and mentoring skills Strong planning and control skills Skilled at leading teams, consensus building, and effective communication Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
BP Shanghai, China
Sep 23, 2018
Full time
Role synopsis The Senior Project Development Manager (PDM) is responsible for the design, development and delivery of new innovative business models within China. In line with the agreed strategy and based on insights and analysis, the role of the PDM is to convert concepts and ideas into commercial reality and to lay the foundation for significant businesses for BP in the future. This will involve developing new products and services as well as identifying routes to market, partnerships and business models that are sustainable and provide long term advantage to BP. Success is identifying opportunities that will scale and making those businesses happen in China. The role will be reporting to China Lead of Advanced Mobility Unit and be accountable for the delivery of EV Strategy. Key accountabilities 1. Identify innovative business opportunities new to BP within the strategic frame of the Electrification strategy. 2. Design business models that have the potential to scale to material businesses for BP, where possible leveraging existing strengths and assets. 3. Lead programmes to build those businesses, potentially first in pilot stage, by negotiating with partners and other eco-system players. Output is new commercial enterprises.   4. Build BP presence and reputation in the Electrification space to enable future activities and rapidly scale up our value generating potential. 5. Work closely with China Lead to develop long term commercial relationships with key eco-system players, and with the BP Ventures team to explore Venture investments and conduct deal due-diligence. 6. Manage a portfolio of options that provide short, medium and long term commercial benefit for BP. Essential Education Bachelor and above Essential experience and job requirements • Proven experience in EV value chain businesses, in particular in EV charging. • Knowledge and capability of how to deliver EV charging businesses in China. • Existing connection with local EV industry players and understanding of EV related regulatory framework. • Strong track record of developing and deploying innovative business models that creates significant value. • Developing partnerships and/or joint ventures, contractual and negotiating experience. • Strategic insight and design and build of new business models. • Consumer understanding and awareness – experience of building compelling value propositions for China. • Experience in a range of EV-relevant technology and its application in business models. • Ability to work in flexible and highly commercially focussed way to achieve results.   Desirable criteria & qualifications • Entrepreneurial experience • Direct experience in mobility and/or retail. • Cross cultural and global working • Understanding of BP core businesses where possible • Strong English knowledge in written and spoken form Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
BP Indiana - Whiting
Sep 23, 2018
Full time
Role synopsis This role is a key leader at the Refinery who will develop capability within their team as well as across the refinery to help create sustainable 1st quality safety and environmental performance. The Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) Field Superintendent is accountable for the field safety and environmental performance. The role has 9 HSE Specialists and 5 USW safety representatives reporting to it. Together they provide leadership and coaching to the operations and maintenance teams to help create a safe and compliant workforce. This team will develop and maintain key HSSE programs, will provide deep functional expertise to build capability across the site and lead self-verification programs concerning compliance with our health, safety and environmental practices, policies and procedures. The Health and Safety Superintendent plays a key role in identifying and imbedding best practices across the site thru active participation in internal and external networks. Lastly, this role will provide leadership and ensure that the development of work processes and systems are in accordance with the management system and are imbedded in a systematic and in control manner. Key accountabilities - Supports in the development and execution of the strategic plan for preventing and reducing health, safety, and regulatory risks for the refinery. Develops the field strategic direction for 3-5 years out including program implementation, building capability, and embedding best practices, policies, and procedures within the refinery. - Leads a team of highly specialised health, safety and environmental specialists and is responsible for the development and competency of these specialists. - Has board and advanced technical knowledge within the health, safety, and environmental discipline with a strong working knowledge of cross-functional areas. - Influences across the complex leadership and experienced professionals regarding the health, safety, and environmental discipline. Builds relationships to drive toward health and safety field strategy. - Ability to speak the language and engage across differing stakeholders; works cross-functionally to drive good safety culture on site - Develops and manages the budget for the health and safety field team, including people and non-people costs, in accordance with the planning cycle. - Oversees the management of the essential tasks and other action items. - Embeds the documentation and effectiveness of safety processes on site including Continuous Improvement (CI) to drive systematic and in control processes. - Drives systematic and in-control discipline in all health and safety programs across the refinery; develops, plans, and implements for projects and initiatives. - Provides support in the delivery of OMS 3.2 and 3.4. - Articulates key business information on a routine basis, such as health and safety KPIs, and makes recommendations in an influential manner. - Develops and drives personal safety functional capability. - Coaches and mentors team as the subject matter experts within the health, safety, and environmental discipline. - Contributes to the development of HSSE projects, processes, procedures and drives implementation. - Maintains awareness of best practice within discipline and engages with external contacts. - Develops relationships with external government agencies. Works in a strategic manner to develop relationships with key external stakeholders. - Shares health and safety best practices through other refinery field leaders. - Engagement and presence with the union through support of the Joint Health and Safety Committee activities; key leader for discussions related to the health and safety discipline within the refinery. Essential Education Minimum of a Bachelor's degree is required for this role; Prefer Engineering, Safety, or Occupational Health Prefer environmental certifications; prefer CIH and/or CSP 10 or more years of experience in manufacturing with previous background and expertise in a refinery or chemical plant setting 3-5 years supervisory experience preferred Detailed knowledge of federal, state and local policies and regulations, related to health and safety preferred Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to a provide influential leadership and build comprehensive stakeholder networks Effective communication skills with a focus on driving personnel engagement and empowerment to create a sustainable culture Essential experience and job requirements - 10 or more years of experience in manufacturing with previous experience in a refinery or chemical plant setting required - 3-5 years of supervisory experience preferred