Health, Safety, Security & Environmental (HSSE) Manager

  • Location

    London

  • Sector:

    Oil & Gas

  • Job type:

    Returnship

  • Contact:

    Stephanie Dillon

  • Contact email:

    stephanie@inclusivity.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    EF8

  • Published:

    4 months ago

  • Duration:

    6 months

  • Expiry date:

    2019-06-12

  • Startdate:

    16 September 2019

  • Client:

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London Head Office

This is a terrific opportunity for a HSSE specialist who enjoys strategic thinking and process improvement.

There are several ‘point solution’ human elements safety improvement projects ongoing within the Shell Shipping & Martime function. This opportunity is for an experienced Project Manager to develop a clear strategy, identify which projects provide greatest safety performance impact, develop programme content and deliver programmes into the Maritime community.

The Shipping & Maritime function sits within Trading & Supply, which is a global business in Shell’s Downstream portfolio. This role will be located in our main office hub in central London, within the HSSE Governance & Assurance team.

Specific project deliverables will include:

  • Develop a Human Element strategy
  • Identify which programmes within the strategy will provide greatest safety performance impact.
  • Develop programme content and deliver programmes into the maritime community via the technical function cadre.

The successful Returner will have:

  • a strong understanding of safety operations environments and the ability to work flexibly under changing conditions
  • technical knowledge with ability to learn new systems and processes quickly
  • excellent communication skills and the ability to work across cross-functional teams
  • experience with digitising data and the ability to develop analysis and implement solutions
  • proven experience in delivering process improvements around HSSE

How to apply:

Submit your CV before 20th May 2019. Don’t worry about it being out of date. We’ll also ask you for a personal statement, or a covering letter attached to the front page of your CV. This helps us  better understand why you’ve taken a break from work, what motivates you, and where you see your career heading in future.

We’ll review all applications and contact our preferred candidates to arrange an initial interview with a recruiter. Next, there’s a second interview, probably in person with the line manager. We’re aiming to communicate the outcome to successful candidates during July.

To apply for any role in the programme you will need to have:

  • Taken a career break for at least 12 months (from the date of applications opening – 15 April 2019)
  • A keen interest in returning to work
  • Be able to undertake the role from September 2019 to March 2020
  • Demonstrate previous experience in a similar field with the required qualifications
  • Provide evidence of right to work in the United Kingdom
  • Work for the equivalent of 3 days per week or more