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Shell Indonesia Job: HSSE Specialist

Shell began operations in Indonesia more than 100 years ago and can look back on a rich history with Indonesia. At Shell Indonesia, we believe that diversity is key: it will help our drive to innovate and make sure that our employees’ ideas will travel. We offer an exciting platform from which you can deliver and excel.


Shell Indonesia manages business operations that include marketing and trading oil products directly as well as through its appointed distributors. In 2006, Shell started its Commercial Fuels business in Indonesia: we provide bulk fuels and related technical support to the Industrial and Transport Sector. Shell Indonesia is also planning to establish a significant presence in the upstream sector.

Job Position

Enhance your career development as an experienced professional with Shell and continue on your path to reach your full potential. Shell Indonesia currently requires applicants of the following position.

HSSE Specialist

Job Purpose:
To provide direct HSSE professional advice and support (hands-on) to the Business including Plant Manager, staff, Logistic operation. Duties include but are not limited to working with the line on implementation of HSSE programs, and other duties such as incident investigation and remedial actions, auditing, and training.

Accountabilities:
  • To implement HSSE initiatives and strategy as documented in the HSSE Plan and strategy
  • To assist the line to develop, track, and implement HSSE action plans
  • Recommending to line Manager appropriate corrective actions for non-conformity
  • To support the line in HSSE reporting, investigation,classification, follow-up (Remedial Action Plan) and close out including data integrity in the HSSE systems required.
  • To facilitate incident investigations
  • Provide support to the dept on the implementation of Company-wide HSSE initiatives eg. ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, SMK 3 etc
  • To support HSSE communication, sharing and learning and regular HSSE meetings.
  • To track, analyze and report systematic back to the line HSSE performance with Key performance indicators (leading/proactive as well as lagging/reactive indicators), Highlights, Lowlights, Areas of Improvement
  • To review and manage HSSE performance of contractors under operational control as well as influence those who are not under operational control.
  • To maintain, develop, and assess HSSE aspects of contractor pre-qualification and tender specifications.
  • To act as custodian of the local appendices to the Global HSSE Management System.
  • To lead and support the line in Hazard Effect Management Process HEMP, Health Risk Assessments HRA, HSE case documentation and other relevant HSSE topics.
  • To facilitate both directly and indirectly HSSE auditing of business activities including follow-up and close out of remedial action plan in line with regional and global directions
  • To assist the line in preparing the annual HSSE letter as part of the overall Business Assurance Process.
  • To provide Emergency Response Support. Plan and Coordinate drill for emergencies including medical emergencies.
  • May act as the security focal point and liaise with the Group Security managers as required forsecurity related incidents and audits.
  • To ensure compliance with local/OU relevant requirements To lead or to coordinate (as nominated) the implementation at local level of the global/regional HSSE project/initiatives.

Requirements:
  • University degree in Safety Health and Environmental/Engineering (Industrial / Environmental / Mechanical / Chemical) with
  • minimum 5 years relevant experience.
  • The ability to communicate effectively at all levels, both internally & externally is essential.
  • Able to communicate in local language is essential. Knowledge of HSSE management systems, HEMP and group standards, their implementation and practical interpretation / experience would be desirable.
  • Previous track record of Lube Oil Blending Plant design / engineering / operation and experience in HSSE technical standards for Safety on road and plant operations is highly desirable.
  • Health Risk Assessment at working knowledge level is desirable. Experience of Shell HSSE requirements and standards including the Shell Control Framework is desirable.
  • Experience in any or all of the following Corporate HSSE, Distribution/Logistics, Environment Protection, Health will be an advantage.

Employment Type: Full Time
Skillpool: Downstream Supply Chain
Work Location: Marunda
Job Expires: 18-Oct-2019



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British Petroleum Jobs: 2 Positions

British Petroleum operates with business activities and customers in more than 80 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of 80,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 80 countries across six continents.


Through various heritage companies, we are one of the largest investors in Indonesia with cumulative capital investment to date of over US$5 billion, with an additional $10 billion to be spent over the next decade. In Indonesia, our operations include exploration and production as well as downstream activities in several locations across the country.

Job Positions

BP has operated for over four decades in Indonesia. Today we employ some 1,200 people representing the societies in which they operate. We are looking for the brightest and the best – whatever their background – to help us grow, and to grow with us.

1. Marine Team Leader

The role of Marine Team Leader is under BP Logistic Department and will be supporting the operations of BP Indonesia's largest operation, the Tangguh LNG Plant. The incumbent will be responsible for day to day direction and prioritization of Marine activity and support to deliver safe, reliable and compliant operations, including leadership of a dedicated marine team.

Responsibilities:
  • Integrating all marine activities and assuring the safe operations of marine systems onboard operated assets, within offloading terminals including repairs and minor modifications.
  • Passing vessel barrier management including management of REWS contract if applicable.
  • Ensuring that all vessels and contractors used are acceptable per Group Standards, and are optimized within budgets.
  • Supports other entities within region as required under functional support model or SLA. Eg Planning, Emergency Response, Incident investigation, SIMOPS, Res Dev, GWO, GPO.
  • Responsible for the development and maintenance of marine SOLs, processes and procedures in line with GOO requirements and industry standard methodology.
  • Monitors the health of the marine related risk barriers for the region and works as appropriate to maintain the Risk Registers.
  • Leads on the management of marine competence, nationalisation of skills and succession planning within the regional marine space. Links to wider marine capability forum through Hemisphere Marine Leaders and Communities of Practise.
  • Leads on Operating Discipline and adherence to behavioural based safety systems
  • Responsible for regional self-verification, analysis and CI.
  • Leads a team of direct reports, driving the behaviours to achieve success, including a continuous improvement culture, whilst delivering performance management, technical development and coaching.

Requirements:
  • Hold or have held a Senior (Class 1 or 2) Marine or Engineering Certificate of Proficiency or,
  • Degree or equivalent qualification in a marine related discipline.
  • Sound marine operational experience in terminals, hydrocarbon carriage or offshore marine operations.
  • Extensive technical understanding of marine activity, proven experience in marine operations.
  • Have contractor management skills.
  • People leadership and stakeholder management experience.


2. People Advisor

Responsible for supporting line managers to manage engaged, high-performing teams, using basic technical capabilities to provide day-to-day advice, case management, line manager support for critical 'moments that matter' and assist with project delivery in line with the business' people plan, local legislation, BP policy and best practice.

This role will be assigned for one of BP businesses in Indonesia, BP Petrochemical Indonesia in it's plant in Merak, West Java. Complying with the prevailing law and regulations, only Indonesian Citizen are welcome to apply.

Roles and Responsibilities:
  • Demonstrate sufficient business knowledge to be effective in contributing to critical people decisions. Understand goals of Petchems' People Plan and role in achieving them. Partner with HR Manager to develop local implementation plan. Engage team leaders to ensure effective and efficient delivery of key people initiatives.
  • Participate in crisis management response team.
  • Manage internal and external recruitment activity while ensuring conformity to Petchems and BP Group recruiting standards and adhere to Controlled Organisation principles and governance. Ensure the effective induction of all new hires to enable full participation.
  • Support the execution of talent reviews in accordance with annual requirements; Coach line managers in using the talent management tool kit e.g. develop/refresh talent plans and track action implementation to ensure future organisational capability.
  • Implements key L&D initiatives and programs in partnership with team leaders and in collaboration with L&D team in accordance with 70/20/10 model.
  • Analyse Pulse and other survey results and support team leaders to progress and/or address employee satisfaction and engagement.
  • Support team leaders in the execution of key reward and performance cycle programs and initiatives. Facilitate Performance Management (SMART objectives, Performance Review) and Reward (pay / promotion review, bonus, equity and recognition) processes ensuring alignment with business / individual results.
  • Advise & coach team leaders on implementing disciplinary/grievance procedures. Coach team leaders regarding capability, including effective use of performance improvement plans. Advise team leaders on employment regulations, procedures and BP standards including the code of conduct. Contribute towards employee relations plans.
  • Ensure accuracy of people data.
  • Partner with BP International Mobility to ensure efficient execution of any international assignments, repatriations and domestic assignments.
  • Actively participate in the diversity and inclusion agenda; Contribute towards diversity and inclusion plans

Requirements:
  • HR Generalist experience with strong ER & Reward experience
  • Have Talent & Change management experience
  • Good communication and interpersonal skill
  • Fluent in Bahasa and English
  • Experience of Union negotiations
  • Strong leadership
  • Good consulting and coaching capability
  • Manufacturing plant HR management exposure
  • Willing to be assigned in Merak, West Java.


Notes:
  1. Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted on the next step
  2. If the link can't be opened then the vacancy has been closed.

FRAUD WARNING!!! Please be aware that British Petroleum Indonesia (BP Indonesia) will never ask the applicant to pay any fee or appoint any travel agent for the selection process. All communications that ask the applicant to pay any fee or use specific travel agent are fraudulent & scam.

Halliburton Job: Operator Assistant II- Cementing

Founded in 1919, Halliburton is one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the energy industry. With approximately 50,000 employees, representing 140 nationalities, and operations in approximately 70 countries, the company serves the upstream oil and gas industry throughout the lifecycle of the reservoir – from locating hydrocarbons and managing geological data, to drilling and formation evaluation, well construction, completion and production optimization.


The Asia region comprises 17 countries divided into 5 culturally aligned geomarkets. This structure is designed to strengthen our business relationship with your company. We’re aligned to build lasting partnerships that advance your reservoir performance. We understand the challenges you face every day, and we’re collaborating to jointly develop technology that will further your success.

Job Position

We are looking for the right people — people who want to innovate, achieve, grow and lead. We attract and retain the best talent by investing in our employees and empowering them to develop themselves and their careers. Experience the challenges, rewards and opportunity of working for one of the world’s largest providers of products and services to the global energy industry.

Operator Assistant II- Cementing

We bring out the best in wells - and people. Learn from the best in this role as Cementing Operator Assistant II. You will assist during the rigging up and down of cementing service equipment on work locations. In this job you will learn basic oil well operation including pipe capacities and volume/height math, plug landing pressures and absolute volume. You will also assist in the operation of cement pumping and mixing equipment, blenders, liquid additives metering, and manifold equipment.

Requirements include a high school education or similar and 3 to 6 months as Cementing Operator Assistant I. A license to drive a commercial vehicle may be required.

Job Details:

Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
Experience Level: Experienced Hire
Job Family: Engineering/Science/Technology
Product Service Line: Cementing
Full Time / Part Time: Full Time
Compensation Information: Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.

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Notes:
  1. Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted on the next step
  2. If the link can't be opened then the vacancy has been closed.

FRAUD WARNING!!! Halliburton Indonesia will never ask applicant to pay a processing fee, ask for money or appoint any travel agent for the recruitment process.

ExxonMobil Indonesia Job: Cargo Control Room Operator

ExxonMobil, the largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, uses technology and innovation to help meet the world's growing energy needs. 2018 is our 120th years of working in the development of the Indonesia’s oil and gas industry. As an industry leader in almost every aspect of the energy and petrochemical business, we operate facilities or market products in most of the world’s countries and explore for oil and natural gas in six continents.


ExxonMobil has a long and proud history of working with the people of Indonesia. For more than a century we have been helping meet Indonesia’s energy needs. ExxonMobil's successes in discovering and developing oil and gas resources in Indonesia clearly demonstrate the company's commitment and contribution to Indonesia's oil and gas sector.

Job Position

ExxonMobil is a dynamic, exciting place to work. We hire exceptional people, and every one of them is empowered to think independently, take initiative and be innovative. We invite you to explore the world of opportunities waiting for you.

Our benefits programs are an integral part of a total remuneration package designed to support our long-term business objectives, as well as attract, retain and reward the most qualified employees. We invite you to explore the world of opportunities waiting for you.

Cargo Control Room Operator

Job Role Summary:
Maintain routine watch-keeping in CCR, assisting Lead CCR Operator for the control of all aspects related to cargo operations, maintaining LSA, FFA and SOPEP equipment in good condition.

Job Role Responsibilities:
Business/Operations:
  • Routine watch-keeping in CCR. This task includes the following but not limited to: Loading, lifting and all other activities related to cargo operations, Using RADARS and all other means to monitor surrounding area of FSO, Monitoring of gas detectors, smoke and heat detectors on the FSO, Monitoring of the FSO alarm systems and taking appropriate and early actions to respond to alarms.
  • Acting as Area Operator and Isolating Authority in the absence of Lead CCRO.
  • Prepare midnight inventory report and update Energy Component for deck ops related activities.
  • Radio operators for both marine (GMDSS) and helicopters (ARO).
  • Update deck ops related log books.
  • Cargo documents preparation.
  • Assist Lead CCRO and Deck Ops Supervisor as required.
  • Assist personnel and material transfer as required.
  • Updating the Energy Components computer reporting system for daily reports.

SHE (Safety Health Environment):
  • Committed to safety and company procedures in all tasks.
  • Maintaining LSA, Fi-Fi and SOPEP equipment on deck ops area in good condition and keeping the inventory list of these equipment up to date.
  • Fulfill all Safety, Health and Environmental requirements.
  • Emergency Response Responsibilities; Coxswain, ECC team member.

Competencies:
  • Good understanding on Industrial Control System i.e. fire call process, access level into DCS, key management on shutdown system
  • Competent on the safe work practice requirement and had passed CAS assessment on required competencies.
  • Analytical thinker, enthusiastic, self-directed and customer focused.
  • Good communication, Interpersonal and Analytical/Problem Solving Skills.
  • Capable of working in a multi-national environment, sensitive to the local culture and international workforce
  • Good understanding of ExxonMobil’s OIMS, CIMS, FIMS, PBPs and SSHE regulation/best practices.
  • Site specific course required for the position, refer to EMCL Competency Training Roadmap
  • Understanding of behavior-based safety programs
  • Understanding of EMCL Safety Management system
  • Sound understanding of emergency response processes, including offshore & deck oil spill responses
  • Attend relevant emergency response trainings and hold certifications per applicable regulations.

Qualifications:
  • Merchant Marine Higher Institute (Deck Officer); ANT III ` ANT 1
  • Good written and oral communication skills in English with TOEIC score minimum at 650
  • Holding a valid Class 2 (Chief Mate) or Class 3 (Second Mate) certificate of competency for unlimited tonnage, with a liquid petroleum and/or dangerous cargo endorsement.
  • Minimum of 3 years of industry experience in a similar position
  • A high level of computer ability and skills are essential.

Location : Bojonegoro (FSO)
Application close date : October 31, 2019

Notes:

  1. All applications will be treated as strictly confidential. Only short-listed candidates will be notified.
  2. If the links can't be opened then the vacancy has been closed.

FRAUD WARNING!!! No individual shall be authorized to use the ExxonMobil name and logo in an attempt to solicit up-front fees from the interested job-seekers.

ExxonMobil Indonesia Job: Cargo Field Operator

ExxonMobil, the largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, uses technology and innovation to help meet the world's growing energy needs. 2018 is our 120th years of working in the development of the Indonesia’s oil and gas industry. As an industry leader in almost every aspect of the energy and petrochemical business, we operate facilities or market products in most of the world’s countries and explore for oil and natural gas in six continents.


ExxonMobil has a long and proud history of working with the people of Indonesia. For more than a century we have been helping meet Indonesia’s energy needs. ExxonMobil's successes in discovering and developing oil and gas resources in Indonesia clearly demonstrate the company's commitment and contribution to Indonesia's oil and gas sector.

Job Position

ExxonMobil is a global provider of the energy that is critical to driving progress and improving the lives of people worldwide. Our employee culture is grounded in a shared commitment to safety, integrity, high-quality work and good corporate citizenship.

ExxonMobil is a dynamic, exciting place to work. We hire exceptional people, and every one of them is empowered to think independently, take initiative and be innovative. We invite you to explore the world of opportunities waiting for you.

Cargo Field Operator

Job Role Summary

Provide qualified support services for cargo loading, transfer, and discharging operations aboard the FSO. Assist in maintaining LSA, Fi-Fi and SOPEP equipment on deck ops area in good condition and keeping the inventory list of these equipment up to date.

Job Role Responsibilities

Business/Operations:
  • Assist as directed with all activities related to deck operations daily routines.
  • Assist with export tanker mooring/un-mooring operations as required
  • All aspects of first line maintenance of cargo and deck equipment housekeeping of pump room and cargo handling equipment
  • Preparation of cargo and void tanks for confined space entry
  • Assist in launching and recovery of life/rescue boats
  • Act as member of any emergency response or security team
  • Support FSO waste management compliance
  • Full compliance with all company and regulatory safety, health and environmental requirements
  • Participate in onboard Behavior Based Safety programs
  • Preparation of PTW/Job Safety Analysis for routine activity
  • Assist with isolation/de-isolation process
  • Operator rounds/field surveillance
  • Acting as CCR operator when required
  • Lifting director during material/personnel transfer via crane
  • HLO for helicopter operations
  • AGT for any CSE in deck operations area

SHE (Safety Health Environment):
  • Committed to safety and company procedures in all tasks.
  • Assist in maintaining LSA, Fi-Fi and SOPEP equipment on deck ops area in good condition and keeping the inventory list of these equipment up to date.
  • Fulfill all Safety, Health and Environmental requirements.
  • Emergency Response Responsibilities: Coxswain

Requirements

Competencies:
  • Competent on the safe work practice requirement and had passed CAS assessment on required competencies.
  • Analytical thinker, enthusiastic, self-directed and customer focused.
  • Good communication, Interpersonal and Analytical/Problem Solving Skills.
  • Capable of working in a multi-national environment, sensitive to the local culture and international workforce
  • Good understanding of ExxonMobil’s OIMS, CIMS, FIMS, PBPs and SSHE regulation/best practices.
  • Site specific course required for the position, refer to EMCL Competency Training Roadmap
  • Understanding of behavior-based safety programs
  • Understanding of EMCL Safety Management system
  • Sound understanding of emergency response processes, including offshore & deck oil spill responses
  • Attend relevant emergency response trainings and hold certifications per applicable regulations.

Qualifications:
  • Merchant Marine Higher Institute (Deck Officer); ANT III
  • Good written and oral communication skills in English with TOEIC score minimum at 650
  • Holding a valid Class 3 (Second Mate) certificate of competency for unlimited tonnage, with a liquid petroleum and/or dangerous cargo endorsement.
  • Minimum of 1 year of industry experience in a similar position
  • A high level of computer ability and skills are essential
  • Proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats (SCRB) with certificates
  • Basic Safety Training (BST) certificate
  • Basic training for oil and chemical tanker (BOCT) certificate
  • SSO/Security Awareness Training Certificate
  • HUET (Helicopter Underwater Escape Training) certificate (preferred)
  • H2S Level 2 certificate (preferred)
  • AGT (Authorized gas tester) – preferred
  • HLO (Helicopter Landing Officer) – Preferred
  • Highly motivated team player with the ability to work with minimum supervision
  • Good knowledge of cargo handling and measurement activities
  • Skilled in use of hand tools required for maintenance activities
  • High mechanical aptitude
  • Demonstrated knowledge of emergency procedures and the ability to operate emergency equipment
  • Basic knowledge of environmental protection
  • Familiar with developing a permit to work/JSA
  • Familiar with crane operations activity onboard a vessel.
  • Good computer skills (MS office).

Work location : Bojonegoro (FSO)
Application close date : October 31, 2019



Notes:
  1. All applications will be treated as strictly confidential. Only short-listed candidates will be notified.
  2. If the links can't be opened then the vacancy has been closed.

FRAUD WARNING!!! No individual shall be authorized to use the ExxonMobil name and logo in an attempt to solicit up-front fees from the interested job-seekers.

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