Chevron is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies and has been present in Australia for 70 years. Chevron Australia operates the Gorgon and Wheatstone LNG projects; manages an equal one-sixth interest in the North West Shelf Venture; operates Australia’s largest onshore oilfield on Barrow Island; and delivers quality fuel products and services across Australia through the Caltex brand.
Chevron Australia Downstream (CAD), a subsidiary of Chevron, delivers quality fuel products and services across Australia. We operate and supply a network of more than 320 retail locations primarily, as well as an extensive 24-hour diesel-truck stop network and a fuel card program. We operate three wholly owned product import terminals. Our commercial division is responsible for the establishment, monitoring and delivery of products and services to industries including mining, resources, agriculture, transport, marine and aviation. We offer services such as bulk fuel supply, oils and lubricants, fuel equipment solutions, customized fleet fuel card solutions and expert advice on fuel management and health and safety. More information about Chevron in Australia is available at Chevron Australia Home — Human Energy — Australia.chevron.com.
At Chevron Australia, we believe humanity can solve any challenge – including meeting the world’s energy needs of today, while advancing a cleaner energy tomorrow.
about the role
Chevron Australia Downstream has an exciting opportunity for a Field Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Specialist (Contract Management). Reporting to the Asset Optimization Manager, this role will be based in Brisbane. This role is for a 12-month fixed term contract.
This role will effectively and efficiently steward the business unit execution of the Contractor Operational Excellence Management (COEM) process and conduct business partner field engagements and work with the Asset Optimization Project Managers and HSE Specialists to deliver critical projects safely. This role provides expertise and guidance on safe work practices, regulatory compliance strategies, and Human & Organizational Performance (HOP) principles to proactively manage potential risks and protect the environment. The position is also responsible for execution of risk reduction plan recommendations, assurance activities, field level emergency management and response activities, contractor safeguard learnings, regulatory requirements, action item tracking, incident investigations, audit recommendations, etc. and delivery of all HSE related trainings. Solution oriented – with demonstrated excellent communication and presentation skills, and high degree of attention to detail.
Responsibilities for the role include, but are not limited to:
Maintain HSE Support, including Incident Investigation & Reporting, Risk Management, Managing Safe Work and Human Performance - Implement the Australia Products HSE Management System and ensure activities are completed in compliance with internal and external expectations. Support and coach business leaders both internal maintenance personnel and external business partners with implementation of the HSE management system. Support and coach line leadership conduct incident investigations as required. Maintain oversite and support for field-based activities, providing HSE support and guidance as required. Support the Asset Maintenance Teams assess and manage the HSE risk associated with projects and routine maintenance activities. Support the implementation of the Chevron Contractor HSE Management system and contractor work in progress requirements. Build HSE organization capability within internal & external teams through safeguard assurance to deliver safe execution of works.
Maintain emergency response readiness and dangerous good compliance - Review contractor emergency response plans and verify their capability to mitigate emergency events.
Regulatory Compliance - Develop and maintain a working relationship with regulators Monitor and drive completion of any regular compliance activities and closure of action items or recommendations.
Safeguard Assurance - Work with leadership and business partners to identify and effectively manage project potential high consequence activities. Develop and manage safeguard assurance program for these events. Implement safeguards assurance activities through field verification & validations with Business Partner.
Coaching, Training, and Inductions - Support the site HSE training and induction requirements for Business Partners. Coach leadership on all aspects of the HSE management system implementation. Build and support leadership led Operational Excellence “OE” culture.
We know our greatest resource is the ingenuity, creativity, and innovation of our people. Applications from motivated, talented individuals with a keen interest in the energy industry are encouraged.
Knowledge, skills, experience:
Experience in human and organisational performance
Minimum Certificate IV in Workplace, Health, and Safety
Minimum 3-5 years in a similar role with field experience
Working experience as of AS1940 – Storage and handling of flammable and combustible goods
Knowledge of the Australian dangerous goods code
Self-motivated and ability to work unsupervised.
Strong influencing skills and ability to manage / influence multiple levels of leadership, work team members, and business partners.
Effective oral and written communication.
Strong project management and contractor management experience
Ability to travel within the state on a weekly basis and occasional interstate travel is required.
Need to provide some on call / emergency business support activities outside normal business hours.
what we can offer you
Everything we do at Chevron is guided by our values and our commitment to The Chevron Way. At the heart of The Chevron Way is our vision to be the global energy company most admired for its people, partnership, and performance.
Participate in world-leading energy projects, advance your professional development, and expand your career within an inclusive, collaborative and high-performing workplace.
Here are just some of the benefits a career at Chevron provides:
A commitment to supporting work-life balance with flexible working arrangements, optional hybrid working model including at home and in-office working.
A competitive remuneration package, with above superannuation guarantee legislation contributions, including annual incentive performance-based awards and Recognition and Awards program.
Health and wellness offerings including mental health support.
More benefit details can be found here
diversity, equity & inclusion statement
Chevron Australia values inclusivity and promotes a workplace that actively seeks to welcome contributions from all people. We encourage people of all abilities, genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, diverse cultures, and backgrounds, LGBTIQ+ identities, and all age groups to apply.
You must be legally entitled to work in Australia to apply for this job and will be required to show proof of employability with a copy of your Australian passport/birth certificate or valid visa with permission to work.
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