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Project Manager

89685BR
Job title:
Project Manager
Segment:
Corporate & Functions
Role synopsis:
Work collaboratively with other members of the Remediation Management (RM) organization and stakeholders to advance the Remedial Investigation and Remedy Design and Construction for the former mine site in Yerington, Nevada. Lead a project team to deliver safe, compliant, reliable, and efficient projects and operations at sites, with a primary focus on Yerington (a mining site in NV) through the life cycle stages of remediation management. Be the overall project & operations team leader responsible for focusing on execution and delivery of results including but not limited to HSSE performance, financial performance (sanctioned project and operations spend, and provision), site progression, and Environmental Liability Index (ELI) reduction. Plan, execute, and monitor projects and operations activities to stay within defined boundaries and compliance requirements.
Req ID:
89685BR
Location:
United States - California - La Palma, United States - Illinois - Naperville, United States - Montana - Anaconda, United States - Texas - Houston
Is this a part time position?:
No
Relocation available:
Negotiable
Travel required:
Yes - up to 25%
Key accountabilities:
+ Reduction of environmental liability through progression of the site through the lifecycle stages in alignment with site strategy including;
- Regular Updating of the Site Conceptual Model, evaluation and selection of remedial options, design, execution, operation and maintenance of remedial systems and meeting closure/regulatory end points
- Determine appropriate steps to progress the site through the life cycle stages and document in a Site Execution Plan
+ Environmental regulatory framework ? understand applicable regulatory requirements for the State of Nevada and an emphasis in CERCLA, in order to effectively establish and deliver remediation endpoints.
+ Environmental remediation/technical ? understand and appropriately apply environmental science and technology to manage/extinguish environmental liabilities with a focus on inorganic compounds.
+ Managing projects through a gated CVP process as established in RM?s Projects Common Process including but not limited to:
- Manage projects safely and within scope, schedule and budget.
- Implement change management to safely and effectively manage project changes.
- Have a thorough understanding and implement appropriate RM and BP
policies and practices.
- Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and internal BP/RM policies and procedures.
- Assess project risks and opportunities and establish a mitigation plan
- Lead development and implementation of procurement strategies
- Manage relationships with internal and external stakeholders
- Oversee and deliver a robust community employment plan
- Maintain alignment of project teams with business objectives; Gatekeeper and Stakeholder reviews
- Lead the Post-Project Appraisal (PPA) to evaluate project performance and to identify Lessons Learned (LL) for future projects.
- Assist in the identification and development of metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) for project performance
+ Participate in Continuous Improvement (CI) Projects
Ensure that activities conducted are within the boundaries of the delegated authority, and
+ confirm that necessary governance documents and approvals are in place. Where activities cannot be completed within the delegated authorities, escalate to the appropriate Gatekeeper prior exceeding the defined limits.
+ Conduct remedy optimization and performance reviews.
+ Negotiation/Interface Management
- Negotiate technical remedy endpoints and deliverables that allow for effective and low cost remedies
- Support site legal matters with BP Legal (claims and settlements)
- Jointly with RM Finance and Commercial, develop proposed environmental provisions
- Provide assistance in responding to internal/external audits of BP?s environmental provision process.
- Along with Commercial Management, develop/enhance relationships with BP businesses to advance RM?s value proposition around environmental liabilities, prevention and waste management.
- Assist in external advocacy efforts related to the Yerington site (as primary objective, other sites as assigned).
Essential Education:
+ Undergraduate or Advanced degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, Geology, or related field
+ Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification preferred
Desirable criteria and qualifications:
+ Hazard Evaluation and Risk Management ? skillful
+ Emergency Response ? basic
+ Incident Investigation ? basic
+ Management of Change ? mastery
+ Integrity Management? skillful
+ Negotiations ? skillful
+ Conflict Resolution ? skillful
+ Building and Maintaining Relationships ? skillful
+ Acquisitions and Divestments (including due diligence) ? basic
+ Project CVP Stages and Lifecycle Management ? mastery
+ HSSE - Managing Risk and Providing Assurance ? mastery
+ HSSE- Technical and Regulatory Data Management ? skillful
+ Environmental Remediation Science and Engineering ? mastery
+ Environmental Liability Management ? mastery
+ Supplier Performance Management ? mastery
+ Understanding Financial and Accounting Information ? basic
+ Economic Evaluation Methodology ? basic
About BP:
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. BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 80 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future.
Remediation Management (RM) is accountable for providing strategic support and specialist skills to manage BP?s environmental liabilities, on-shore decommissioning, demolition and real estate reuse and to work as an advisory body for liability prevention to avoid future remediation liabilities. These activities ensure mitigation of regulatory compliance and financial risks whilst preserving BP?s reputation. Currently, annual remediation spending totals approximately $400 million. RM?s stated aspiration is ?to create a zero liability company?. RM does this by working with the full spectrum of BP businesses across all geographies to prevent, mitigate and manage environmental liabilities, and is structured along 3 lines - liability prevention, liability management and decommissioning.
RM was created in 1999 to provide BP with a single point of accountability to manage environmental and financial liabilities originating from BP operations sites around the world. RM's Function is headquartered in Sunbury, UK. Staff are also located in offices in Wales, Canada, Belgium, Germany, France, Spain, Turkey, Australia, China and South Africa. US locations include Warrenville, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; Butte, Montana; La Palma and San Ramon, California; Anchorage, Alaska; Towson, Maryland; and Houston, Texas with additional staff co-located with BP manufacturing sites.
Application close date:
16-May-2018
Sub-category:
Remediation Management
Job category:
Remediation Management
Countries (State/Region):
United States - California, United States - Illinois, United States - Montana, United States - Texas
Disclaimer:
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Essential experience and job requirements:
+ Minimum of 10 years project management experience. A focus in the environmental field (consultancy, agency, corporate) is an advantage.
+ Managing team ? leading project team, including coordinating internal and supplier resources, and identifying specialists to support project requirements.
+ HSSE ? accountable for delivering field projects in a safe, compliant, and efficient manner, including both external/regulatory and internal/BP policies and requirements.
+ Provide ?local site management? support in management of remediation activities, including prevention, in areas where RM is accountable to perform the work.
+ Significant and extensive experience in environmental and remediation services field.
Other Requirements (eg Travel, Location):
There are no additional requirements. Please respond with N/A below.
Eligibility Requirements:
If you are applying for a position in the United States, you must be at least 18 years of age, legally authorized to work in the United States; and not require sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., TN, H1B status), now or in the future.


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