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Shell
08Nov
Midterm LNG Market Analyst
Shell   via Glassdoor

Skillpool group:

Trading


Updated:

07-Nov-2018


Reference ID:

92752BR



Purpose & Accountabilities :

Shell Energy provides the customer interface for the Integrated Gas business. With a global remit and    Read more

deep knowledge of the end-to-end gas value chain, anchored on close customer and market intimacy, Shell Energy is in a unique position to maximize value of Shell’s gas, LNG, power and environmental products business and portfolio.


The midterm LNG market analyst team supports Shell’s LNG trading activities in the in key hub locations (Singapore, Houston and Dubai) through timely analysis of gas and LNG markets in the 2-5 year horizon to maximize the value of Shell’s LNG portfolio. Analysts will also be responsible for helping to create a cohesive gas market forecast across all time horizons and various gas markets.



Position Accountabilities:



Contribute to medium-term LNG outlook with regional LNG supply and demand forecasts


Use and maintain models of country-level gas supply and demand


Collect and interpret medium term gas/LNG market information from a variety of internal and external sources


Collaborate with short and long-term analyst teams to create a single/unified forecast for global gas and LNG markets


Ad hoc analysis and requests from local trading teams





Dimensions :

This role will be part of a newly created midterm LNG Market Analysis team, which reports into Shell Energy Global Integration.


The candidate will be based in Singapore, one of Shell Energy’s trading hubs (Singapore, Dubai and Houston), supporting day-to-day activities for primarily SLMT and as relevant SENA, SEE and Shell Energy Asia.




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Shell
08Nov
Spill Response Specialist ARAT
Shell   via Glassdoor

Skillpool group:

Trading


Updated:

07-Nov-2018


Reference ID:

92756BR



Purpose & Accountabilities :



Support emergency response (ER) capability to encompass all oil and chemical spill operational emergencies.
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Serve in incident command section or branch incident response roles.


Provide oil and chemical spill emergency preparedness and response support and guidance for the ER leads in the businesses.


Support businesses in spill response planning, training, and exercises.





Dimensions :



Support country and business response teams in developing and updating response plans, and building spill response/incident management capability.


Identify equipment, facilities and personnel needed for oil and chemical spill ER.


Execute an active schedule of oil and chemical spill ER drills and tabletop exercises to maintain readiness and demonstrate preparedness.


Support regional and business response teams in planning and delivery of exercises


Support development of the regional response team, and respond to incidents as a core member of the regional team.


Ensure Incident Command System (ICS) roles are in place to lead oil and chemical spill ER activities, and maintain own training and qualifications to serve in key ICS roles when required.


Develop personnel within the framework of the Incident Command System to achieve and maintain a high degree of preparedness for oil and chemical spill ER.


Maintain and leverage key internal relationships and develop proactive engagement strategies. Ensure close collaboration with legal, communications, emergency response, crisis management, government relations, policy and advocacy, environmental, licensing and subject matter expert support groups.


Support the development and delivery of Regional Tier III exercises


Coordinate with regional All Hazards Network/oil spill response organizations and Global Emergency Management where requested to assure alignment in plans and response.


Coordinate with regional industry ER network groups/oil spill response organizations where requested to assure alignment in plans and response.


Support engagement with external stakeholders where requested to influence emerging legislation/regulation and protect Shell’s interests.


Provide direct oil and chemical spill support and expertise to businesses as needed.


Provide support in facilitating and delivering oil spill response and incident management training.


Monitor “best practices” and drive continuous improvement in oil and chemical spill ER.


Provide Shipping & Maritime Emergency Response coverage via cascade system


Provide Subject Matter Expertise for Line of Defense (LOD) 2 assessments and support the close out of Shell Marine Business Review (LOD3) when required.






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Shell
08Nov
Scheduler, Singapore Gas Mkt
Shell   via Glassdoor

Skillpool group:

Trading


Updated:

07-Nov-2018


Reference ID:

92780BR




SES is Shell Energy’s trading arm fronting the Singapore market. As a leading supplier of LNG and gas, it aspires to grow, optimize and trade a flexible    Read more

and integrated portfolio of gas, power and environmental products in the near future. It trades through 2 companies: Shell Gas Marketing Pte Ltd (SGM) and Shell Eastern Trading Pte Ltd (SETL).


Up until October 2017, SGM had exclusive rights to import up to 3 mtpa of LNG into Singapore on a long-term basis. SGM manages 13 long term GSAs with 9 buyers, totaling 2.63 mtpa and representing 25% of the total domestic gas market. It has offered various other products to the market over the past 5 years, such as spot gas supply and trading/diversion opportunities. It delivers re-gasified LNG to customers using terminal facilities operated by Singapore LNG Terminal (SLNG) on a 24/7 basis with hourly nomination flexibility.


SGM’s legacy business represents more than USD 1bn of sales per annum and generates significant NIBIAT per annum that is part of SLMT’s (Shell LNG Marketing & Trading) book. The new franchise under SETL went live Q2 this year, and SLNG has transformed into a multi-user terminal. This has created challenges in managing our portfolio as well as presenting new opportunities.


Shell has a global aspiration to deliver strongly on LNG in Downstream (DLNG) as a significant contributor to the bottomline by 2030, accounting for up to 10% of road freight fuel demand and targeting a similar proportion of the global marine bunker fuel demand. Shell has made important initial steps to develop this market, including the expanding refueling network in Europe, acquisition of Gasnor, investment in a break bulk jetty at the GATE, terminal and LNG bunker vessels in Rotterdam and a few other hub locations. In Singapore, Shell together with its partner Keppel, has been awarded a LNG bunkering license and has established a JV which leverages on SES’ existing commercial arrangements with SLNG, to deliver LNG bunkers since 2017.


In China, where the downstream LNG market is by far the largest over the world, DLNG has made successful initial steps such as supplying to the first LNG refueling station by Retail Redstar JV, and strives to scale up the sales volume of approx. 1 mln tons of LNG to various downstream sectors including transportation, industrial and commercial (I&C), city gas etc by 2025. This is part of the Shell Energy China (SEC) business.


This newly created role reports to Team Lead, Scheduling and is expected to support SES and DLNG (SEC and potentially SEI - Shell Energy India) commercial activities.


For SES, the role is responsible for managing Shell’s interactions on operational activities with customers, terminal, transporter, and LNG suppliers. Arising from that, the role will have responsibilities for operating gas nominations systems, LNG Cargo scheduling, capacity management (both terminal and pipeline capacity), keeping current the processes and procedures; as well as the management of LNG inventory at the terminal.


For Downstream LNG (DLNG), the business is still in startup mode and continual development of DLNG operations processes and systems is essential to support the business going forward. At the same time, the role is also expected to provide coverage for the timely implementation and execution of deals negotiated by their DLNG commercial colleagues.


Key roles and responsibilities are as follows:


Ensure that the associated operations fully comply with Shell’s internal standards incl. compliance and HSSE, paying special attention to HSSE hazards and risks that may have impact on Shell’s license to operate.


Ensure that Shell meets its contractual obligations to customers, terminal and regulator, while protecting and optimizing Shell’s values.


Establish and sustain relationships with counterparts within the relevant energy community with a view to preserve Shell’s position in its targeted markets.


Design the relevant business processes and procedures; and keep them current.


Troubleshoot issues and work towards solving operational issues amicably with relevant counterparties, including but not limited to LNG terminal, LNG supplier/site, Gas Buyers, Shell commercial team, regulatory bodies, Pipeline Operator, Vessel Owners etc.


Assist in coordinating day to day activities across all relevant operational activities, including working closely with relevant support functions to resolve any operational issues encountered.


Provide operational input to contractual arrangements for new projects, new contracts and spot cargoes proposed by commercial team


Operate Shell’s nomination portal and systems; work closely with after-hours service provider, buyers, and necessary IT support as duty manager on a rotational basis. For DLNG/SEC, there will be a need to operate manual processes before the IT system is implemented.


Ensure required deals in ETRM system are timely and accurately updated. These deals include but are not limited to LNG trailer/cargoes scheduling, inventory balance, hydrocarbon sales etc.


Monitor LNG inventory and cargo schedules to ensure that there is sufficient inventory to meet Shell’s downstream obligations with storage constraint


Liaise closely with Short Term Optimization Trading team to maximize commercial value for Shell on an enterprise level.


Work closely with the SES Business Analysts with respect to the operationalization of existing and new deals.


Work closely with JV partner to supply LNG from LNG terminal to end customers via trucks, including but not limited to handling truck related nominations.


Assist in the support of implementation of the LNG Bunkering related operational activities






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Shell
08Nov
Tank Maintenance Field Engineer
Shell   via Glassdoor

Skillpool group:

Maintenance, Reliability and Turnarounds


Updated:

08-Nov-2018


Reference ID:

90779BR



Responsibilities


The main tasks in the tank execution team are to work jointly and in close cooperation with Production, Technology,    Read more

Engineering Assurance and HSSE teams to ensure the safety, integrity, reliability and availability of storage tanks and related facilities in Oil Movements to support the other Production Units in providing feed stock and rundown storages to optimize their GRMs.


Supervises the execution of all tank maintenance work including maintenance capital replacement projects and tanks and related infrastructural activities, in particular, in Oil Movements (PU4), working together with a multi-disciplinary team of maintenance staff and contractors in a safe, cost effective, and efficient manner:


To deliver tank maintenance activities relating to maintenance capital replacement projects




To deliver tanks maintenance program as per the plan, including all the infrastructure and related works


The scope includes more than 200 storage tanks of CRUDE, GASOIL, MOGAS, KERO, PCG, FUELOIL, LUBOIL, BITUMEN, SOLVENTS, BUNKERS etc.


13 LPG storage spheres


Fire-fighting facilities on tanks, spheres etc.




Ensures that the service level of the integrated tank maintenance program is high and shall be cost effective and efficient providing "best in class” performance. Assists the Maintenance Supervisor (ITM) in taking on responsibility for all aspects of maintenance (HSSE, Meeting Plan, KPIs, Budget, etc.) for the team.


Integrated team member in tank maintenance and inspection strategies which are developed jointly with operations, engineering, technology, E&S and other stakeholders, including tank cleaning strategy support that will support minimizing back log, shortening the maintenance duration and improving availability.


Execution work is carried out with compliance to LSR, 9PSF and work processes (e.g. GAME-ME, MOC)





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Shell
06Nov
Head of Retail Sales
Shell   via Glassdoor

Skillpool group:

Commercial and Retail


Updated:

05-Nov-2018


Reference ID:

91276BR


This role is responsible for all Sales and Operations matters for the Singapore Retail business including managing site P+L, HSSE, Service standards, and support Marketing, Network and    Read more

IT initiatives on-site. Manages 2 Territory Managers and network of retail sites with to grow the business and transform customer experiences in a very competitive and dynamic Singapore retail market.


Responsibilities:



Ensuring adherence to operating standards, service standards and implementation of marketing programs


Developing and enforcing governance structure and daily interfaces, while maintaining win-win relationship with Retail Operators


Managing Annual Business Review process with Retail operators and setting clear KPIs and spend threshold


Applying Business planning processes (annual assurance process), and retail local offer book


Functioning as the subject matter expert to capitalize and harness the full potential of the operating model. To advise and spearhead business structure reviews when and where necessary


Acting as Streamline focal point for sharing and implementation. Integrate and implement Streamline managed initiatives and directives as and when appropriate for Retail Operators.




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Shell
06Nov
Commercial Advisor
Shell   via Glassdoor

Skillpool group:

Trading


Updated:

05-Nov-2018


Reference ID:

91557BR




Job Description




Provide pre and post deal commercial advice plus general oil, LNG, emissions, derivatives and freight contractual advice    Read more

to support the Business objectives.


Advise traders of the commercial, contractual and financial risks associated with their business, identifying areas where there are opportunities for value creation as well as areas where the exposure to value leakage exists.


Combine commercial knowledge with contracts expertise to deliver tangible value to Shell’s bottom line.


Draft, review and negotiate term deals, tenders, storage agreements, master agreements, confirmation notices and side letters directly with customers with an emphasis on negotiating terms and conditions that maximises value and mitigates contractual exposures to minimise profit leakage.


Review and authorise all contracts/responses, making modifications where necessary to ensure contracts accurately reflect the terms agreed, and to ensure all contracts are fit for purpose prior to dispatch.


Review 3rd Party terms and conditions and negotiate amendments as required to minimise contractual exposure and ensure they acceptable and comply with Shell Group policy and standards whilst at the same time maintaining a keen sense of commercial acumen in empowering the business objectives of creating new and additional channels for trade.


Help find opportunities to increase value by working intimately with trading desks and closely with other businesses across the value chain and advise the trading desks in negotiating complex contractual arrangements and structured contracts in close consultation and collaboration with various functional subject matter experts such as Finance, Credit, Legal, etc.


Provide contractual support in drafting and negotiating

ad hoc

agreements to facilitate new business development/growth projects.


Provide advice, help and commercially astute options in achieving win-win resolutions of contractual disputes with counterparties, liaising with legal counsels as necessary.


Must be accessible to the trading floor and available to engage and collaborate with traders, commercial operations and other functions, taking part in commercial discussions to help deliver the greatest value for Shell. Close collaboration and integration with the business is critical to success.


Maintain an awareness of any new trade opportunities and regulatory restrictions that may involve changes to existing procedures or support processes and remain constantly adaptable towards procedural changes necessary to facilitate such new opportunities without compromising on internal policies and overall governance and risk control framework.


Train, coach, mentor and support the Contract Coordinators in close consultation with the Team Lead on progression, development and succession planning.


Lead/actively participate in running the Contracts Workshop and administering the Contracts assessment as part of the Trader Development Program and in training new commercial operators and Trading & Supply staff.


Ensure that the accumulated experience of traders, schedulers, contracts and claims staff are captured and past learnings applied to maximise value creation and minimise profit leakage.


Maintain mastery in undertaking the comprehensive role played within Shell’s Control Framework and protect Shell’s license to operate by ensuring/verifying that all contracts comply with all local implementation policies, manual of authorities, business controls, Shell Group policy and standards as well as meet all regulatory and regulated market requirements.


Incorporate Shell's five behavioral imperatives into daily work ethic (external focus, commercial mindset, delivery, speed and simplicity)





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Shell
05Nov
Head of Retail Sales
Shell   via Glassdoor

Job Title


Head of Retail Sales


05-Nov-2018


05-Dec-2018



No. of Positions



1




Job Description


This role is responsible for all Sales and Operations matters for the Singapore Retail business including managing site P+L, HSSE, Service standards, and support Marketing, Network and IT initiatives on-site.    Read more

Manages 2 Territory Managers and network of retail sites with to grow the business and transform customer experiences in a very competitive and dynamic Singapore retail market.


Responsibilities:



Ensuring adherence to operating standards, service standards and implementation of marketing programs


Developing and enforcing governance structure and daily interfaces, while maintaining win-win relationship with Retail Operators


Managing Annual Business Review process with Retail operators and setting clear KPIs and spend threshold


Applying Business planning processes (annual assurance process), and retail local offer book


Functioning as the subject matter expert to capitalize and harness the full potential of the operating model. To advise and spearhead business structure reviews when and where necessary


Acting as Streamline focal point for sharing and implementation. Integrate and implement Streamline managed initiatives and directives as and when appropriate for Retail Operators.



Auto req ID



91276BR




Country of Work Location


Singapore



Company Description


Shell is one the largest foreign investors in Singapore and began operations in 1891. Today, we have more than 3,200 employees in Singapore alone. The Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site today is the largest Shell refinery in the world in terms of crude distillation capacity, which makes Singapore a key regional supply and trading centre for Shell in the East. Singapore is the largest petrochemical production and export centre in the Asia Pacific region. Shell Jurong Island (SJI) manufactures petrochemicals to meet the fast-growing demand for these products in the region. We also have one of the largest single-branded retail networks in Singapore, providing customers with a wide range of quality products and services. When you join Shell in Singapore, you can count on our commitment to help you thrive and propel your career by means of our industry-leading development programme and our available and unrivalled pool of local and global experts. Our numerous global and local skill pools as well as our diversity are key to our success and continuing innovation.



Disclaimer


Please note: We occasionally amend or withdraw Shell jobs and reserve the right to do so at any time, including prior to the advertised closing date.


Before applying, you are advised to read our data protection policy. This policy describes the processing that may be associated with your personal data and informs you that your personal data may be transferred to Royal Dutch/Shell Group companies around the world.


The Shell Group and its approved recruitment consultants will never ask you for a fee to process or consider your application for a career with Shell. Anyone who demands such a fee is not an authorised Shell representative and you are strongly advised to refuse any such demand.


Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Work Location


Singapore - Pandan



Requirements



Proven track record of delivering exceptional customer experience and business performance


Minimum 10 years of Sales experience in Retail Sales and Operations


Experience in leading teams


Fuels Retailing experience is a plus



City, State (if applicable)


Singapore - Pandan

Skills
Shell
01Nov
Logistics Contract Manager SEAKR
Shell   via Glassdoor

Job Title


Logistics Contract Manager SEAKR


04-Oct-2018


03-Nov-2018



No. of Positions



1




Job Description




Purpose :

The Logistics Contract Manager is a key role in the APMESA Logistics Leadership Team and is mandated to lead negotiations along    Read more

with C&P, own and manage contracts to extract maximum value and develop strategic supplier relationship. Some of the key focus areas for this role includes



Defining Contract Management Agenda and Support CMCP process and activities to effectively lead and assume full authority as Contract Owner, gate-keep controlling and supporting PCAM (Pre-and Post-Contract Award Management).


Reinforce efficient contract management with Contract Holder, LSC Manager and CP to support OU growth and optimisation priorities.


Support Regional Logistics Manager and Cluster Operations Manager in defining OU contracting strategy, preferred suppliers engagement and growth partnership strategic programs.


Collaborate with Excellence Manager/Lead, Performance Manager/Executive, Logistics Managers and relevant functions (such as CP, Finance, HSSE and Quality) to drive value creation initiatives for implementation with suppliers.


Conduct necessary external and internal benchmarking




Key Accountabilities :




Work with CP and logistics operations team on new tendering and co-lead negotiations


Set up contract management process, including establish structural KPI , award and penalty policy , consequence management policy. And support Cluster logistics contract manager to do the periodically contract review.


Do analysis on all KPI and performance of existing service providers, address issues and identify opportunity of continuous improvement, which help to optimize cost, improve efficiency and safety.


Responsible for developing and implementing key supplier development plans with support from the respective Procurement Category Manager.


Lead the logistics S&OP supply capacity planning and work with service providers to ensure sufficient capacity is available as per forecasts.


Work with F&A to provide the Financial/Activity analysis required for logistics projects


Challenges current business practices, methodology and procedures through the application of continuous improvement, best practice techniques and knowledge. Provide some solutions on operation level issues.


Set up long term logistics contract strategy, and develop tactical contract management plan.


Do the benchmarking external and internal both, and introduce best practice /new business model within logistics team, and make action plans accordingly


Operationalise OU contract and own Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) at strategic regional level, while enabling LSC manager and CH relationship management at OU executional level.


Provide guidance and steer to CP in developing and implementing key supplier development plans, with support from the respective Procurement Category Manager.


Provide guidance and steer to CH and LSC Manager in execution of new contract, to set up long term logistics contract strategy and develop tactical contract management plan.


Act as Shell single point of focal to supplier in QBR and for strategic engagement resolution of escalated operational issues, identify opportunity of continuous improvement and implementation of value-creation initiatives to optimize cost, improve efficiency, quality and safety.


Provide guidance as centre of contract (CoC) management excellence to support LSC needs and drive supplier and internal collaboration to meet corporate strategic vision of enabling most competitive and agile supply chain.





Auto req ID



90097BR




Country of Work Location


Singapore



Company Description


Shell is one the largest foreign investors in Singapore and began operations in 1891. Today, we have more than 3,200 employees in Singapore alone. The Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site today is the largest Shell refinery in the world in terms of crude distillation capacity, which makes Singapore a key regional supply and trading centre for Shell in the East. Singapore is the largest petrochemical production and export centre in the Asia Pacific region. Shell Jurong Island (SJI) manufactures petrochemicals to meet the fast-growing demand for these products in the region. We also have one of the largest single-branded retail networks in Singapore, providing customers with a wide range of quality products and services. When you join Shell in Singapore, you can count on our commitment to help you thrive and propel your career by means of our industry-leading development programme and our available and unrivalled pool of local and global experts. Our numerous global and local skill pools as well as our diversity are key to our success and continuing innovation.



Disclaimer


Please note: We occasionally amend or withdraw Shell jobs and reserve the right to do so at any time, including prior to the advertised closing date.


Before applying, you are advised to read our data protection policy. This policy describes the processing that may be associated with your personal data and informs you that your personal data may be transferred to Royal Dutch/Shell Group companies around the world.


The Shell Group and its approved recruitment consultants will never ask you for a fee to process or consider your application for a career with Shell. Anyone who demands such a fee is not an authorised Shell representative and you are strongly advised to refuse any such demand.


Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Work Location


Singapore - Metropolis



Requirements



Degree holder with at least 10 years relevant working experience in 3PL operations environment, with contract management experience or solution design for 3PL operations is the must.


Demonstrated evidence of Enterprise first values and behaviours will be taken into account during the selection process.



Manages business performance - Knowledge


Works and embeds change - Skill


Product Stewardship - Knowledge


Builds Shared Vision - Mastery


Champions Customer and Stakeholder Focus - Skill


Maximizes Business Opportunities - Skill


Demonstrates Self Mastery - Knowledge


Demonstrates Courage - Knowledge


Values Difference - Skill


Analyses and solves problems - Skill


Communicates and persuades - Skill


Manage Contract Service Provider & Suppliers - Mastery


Commercial Negotiation - Mastery


Personal creativity and innovation - Knowledge


Managing Supply Chain Performance - Skill


Compliance, Control & Exposure Mgmt - Knowledge


Facility Operations (warehouse, stock) - Knowledge


Integrating Customer/User Requirements - Skill


Displays Interpersonal Effectiveness - Skill


Motivates, Coaches and Develops - Skill


Delivers Results Through Others - Skill


Uses computer and communications systems - Skill


Team working - Skill


Supply Chain Management Discipline - Skill


Transport Management - Knowledge



City, State (if applicable)


Singapore

Skills
Shell
01Nov
Trading Operator
Shell   via Glassdoor

Job Title


Trading Operator


10-Apr-2018


31-Dec-2018



No. of Positions



1




Job Description


As a Trading Operator, you will be responsible for:


Ensuring that all obligations arising from the contract/charter party are carried out, and that any necessary requirements are    Read more

compiled with.


Deal with cargo and freight counter-parties, terminals and vessels on a regular basis regarding all post-deal activities ensuring all necessary operational information is passed on in good time and documentary requirements are met.


Make cargo and vessel nominations, prepare and send voyage orders and monitor progress of vessels.


Appoint independent inspectors, expeditors and ships agents.


Ensure that all Operational Information is entered into Trading systems (FED/DEX, RADAR, etc) in timely fashion and ensure that adequate records are kept to meet the company’s legal and fiscal obligations.


Ensure that any necessary financial security is in place.


Participate in out of hours coverage arrangements.


Liaise with charterers to ensure smooth operations, avoid supply disruption and minimize demurrage costs.



Auto req ID



44288BR




Country of Work Location


Singapore



Company Description


The world faces energy challenges that are becoming more complex each day. We’re looking for people who share our passion for taking on those challenges with cutting edge technology, innovative thinking and a commitment to properly managed risk. Shell develops and operates some of the largest and most complex projects in the world and we always endeavour to work at the leading edge of technical innovation.



Disclaimer


Please note: We occasionally amend or withdraw Shell jobs and reserve the right to do so at any time, including prior to the advertised closing date.


Before applying, you are advised to read our data protection policy. This policy describes the processing that may be associated with your personal data and informs you that your personal data may be transferred to Royal Dutch/Shell Group companies around the world.


The Shell Group and its approved recruitment consultants will never ask you for a fee to process or consider your application for a career with Shell. Anyone who demands such a fee is not an authorised Shell representative and you are strongly advised to refuse any such demand.


Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Work Location


Singapore - Metropolis



Requirements



A Bachelor's Degree in any discipline or Polytechnic Diplomas in a relevant field with at least 3 years of working experience.


Strong numerical skills.


Prior knowledge and experience of trading operations will be an advantage.


Prior experience in working in a fast-moving commercial environment.


Strong team player.


Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with good stakeholder relationships.



City, State (if applicable)


Singapore

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Shell
31Oct
Maritime Assurance Coordinator
Shell   via Shell

Job Description

Job Purpose:

The Maritime Assurance coordinator is a member of the Asia Pacific Middle East (APME) Maritime Assurance Team. The APME maritime assurance team is part of the Shipping & Maritime Standards and Assurance division.

The objective of the Maritime Assurance is to minimize the risk of harm to people or the environment and to support a zero-incident shipping industry. Hence the main purpose of maritime Assurance is to    Read more

avoid Shell using vessels, barges and marine terminals that do not comply with the Shell Group Standard.

The APME maritime assurance team supports in conducting the vetting processes and provides maritime assurance advice to all areas of the business.

The key-role of the Maritime Assurance Coordinator is to assure that all maritime terminal assessments are conducted in time against Group Standards for Quality Assurance and to co-ordinate regional ship owner management reviews.

Principal accountabilities:

The Maritime Assurance Coordinator is the focal point for coordinating all marine terminal assurance and Partners in Safety activities in the APME region.

The incumbent will review marine terminal data & reports of marine terminals in the APME region as well as provide the Marine Technical Advisor (MTA) network with upcoming inspection requirements for Shell, JV, OSP & 3rd party operated marine facilities through routine data extraction. He/she will work with the local MTA’s and approved contractors for the marine terminal inspections & assessments in the region based on OCIMF Base Line Criteria and Desk Top Risk Assessments so that availability of the terminals is maintained and follow up advice to the appropriate parties is produced in a timely manner.He/she will maintain and update the relevant systems and will follow up on the findings and observations as directed.

As focal point for the APME Partners in Safety, the incumbent is also key in the communication with the APME Partners in Safety, interface with the Partners in Safety team in London, organizing APME Partners in Safety meetings and part of the organization of the annual Partner in Safety conference

Dimensions:

The role requires the co-ordination for the delivery of assurance for over 1,600 regional terminals and over 1,400 regional vessels including coordination approx. 20 management review per annum.

Special Challenges: The incumbent will face competing demands for prompt resolution of terminal issues and must be able to prioritize handling of such requests. The ability to remain rational, composed and productive under pressure is a distinct advantage in order to operate successfully in this role.

Requirements

Experience with marine oil/chemical jetty and thorough knowledge of jetty operations and marine terminal management.

Seagoing experience as senior deck officer preferable on tankers and in possession of Class 1 Certificate of Competency Deck Officer.

Fully conversant with international legislation (i.e. MARPOL, SOLAS and ISM) and Industry Standards, codes and Guidelines (i.e. SIRE, ISGOTT, MTMSA, Maritime Terminal Baseline Criteria).

The ability to communicate effectively and professionally at all levels within an organization is key therefore excellent communication skills with the ability to manage multiple stakeholder relationships is required

Excellent organizational and planning abilities.

Ability to manage conflicting and last-minute priorities.

High level of interpersonal skills as you will be delivering messages under time pressure.

Excellent computer skills e.g. excel, word, access, sharepoint etc

Demonstrated evidence of being a team player that fits in easily and works well with others.

Understanding of maritime assurance processes and exposure to a regulatory environment would be an advantage.

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