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Financial Crime Investigator – AVIVA – Singapore

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REF: R-73981
 
Executive / Senior Executive, Financial Crime & Investigation
Singapore
PURPOSE OF THE ROLE
 
Ensure that monitoring and advisory activities in Aviva FA are effectively managed and kept within the Company’s appetite for Regulatory Risk.
Execution of the Compliance work plan to ensure the compliance function discharges its responsibility to enable and monitor the business’ adherence to laws and regulations.
Responsible in the reporting of anti-money laundering & compliance reports, possible fraud and illegal activities in Singapore Office.

Conduct investigations in relation to customer complaints and market conduct related issues.
 
Efficient in detecting suspicious transactions and clients’ identification and screening.
 
Monitor the fitness and propriety of representatives.

Administration of anti-money laundering and combating financing of terrorist, including:

register and update suspicious activities received

preliminary review of management information generated by system

preparation of suspicious transactions report (STRs)

maintenance of terrorist list input file, politically exposed persons (PEPs) and high risk clients (HRCs)

front-end screening of terrorist and PEPs and HRCs

administer control self-assessment for anti-money laundering / combating financing of terrorism

Administration of anti-fraud

Coordinate and compile CAD / Police requests for information and documents

Assist in the investigation of staff, customer or distributor fraud

Review of suspicious transactions reports or trend analysis.

Assist in preparation of regular statistics / reports as required for internal review or for submissions to the relevant local authorities or Group.

Compliance and Financial Crime training is conducted within internal and regulatory timelines.

RELATIONSHIPS (INTERNAL & EXTERNAL)

Chief Executive Officer

Senior Management Team

Monetary Authority of Singapore

Head of departments

Stakeholders of Aviva FA

Internal Audit

Legal

Group / Regional Risk and Compliance

External auditors

QUALIFICATIONS

Tertiary qualification

Professional insurance qualifications

Professional compliance qualification

CMFAS Modules 5, 9, 9A, CHI, 8 and 8A.

KNOWLEDGE/EXPERIENCE

Proficient in regulations:

Insurance Act

MAS

SFA

FAA

At least 3 -5 years of related experience in the financial services industry in Compliance and able to work independently without close supervision.

Ability to track and follow-up on status of reports to relevant Committees

Distribution Compliance – AVIVA – Singapore

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REF: R-73976
 
PURPOSE OF THE ROLE
 
Ensure that monitoring and advisory activities inAviva FA are effectively managed and kept within the
Company’s appetite for Regulatory Risk.
Execution of the Compliance work plan to ensure the compliance function discharges its responsibility to enable and monitor the business’ adherence to laws and regulations.
Review and approve of marketing materials and training collaterals.
Ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements under Financial Advisory Industry Review(FAIR).
Implement an effective Balanced Scorecard (BSC) Framework.
Manage and review the sales transactions of the representatives.
Responsible to train and improve the quality of the sales transactions
Ensure timely reporting of BSC remuneration framework to the CEO, Board and MAS.
OUTCOMES

Effective Balanced Scorecard (BSC) Framework.
Sales transactions of the representatives are well managed.
Ensure Aviva FA is in compliance with all regulatory requirements under Financial Advisory Industry Review (FAIR).

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

Delivery of the Compliance work plan
Timely submission of monthly audit reports to Senior Management so that they are aware of the quality of FA services provided by their representatives.
Timely collating BSC statistics on a quarterly basis for reporting to the regulators.
Performance of BSC transaction checks on: Documentation reviews; Customer surveys; Mystery shopping
RELATIONSHIPS (INTERNAL & EXTERNAL)

Chief Executive Officer

Senior Management Team

Monetary Authority of Singapore

Head of departments

Stakeholders of Aviva FA

Internal Audit

Legal

Group / Regional Risk and Compliance

External auditors

QUALIFICATIONS

Tertiaryqualification
Professional insurance qualifications
Professional compliance qualification
CMFAS Modules 5, 9, 9A, CHI, 8 and8A.

KNOWLEDGE/EXPERIENCE

Proficient inregulations:I nsurance Act; MAS; SFA; FAA
At least 3 -5 years of related experience in the financial services industry in Compliance and able to work independently without closesupervision.
Ability to track and follow-up on status of reports to relevantCommittees

Manager, Risk & Governance – AVIVA – Singapore

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PURPOSE OF THE ROLE
 
Support Compliance Controller to plan and maintain a compliance work plan to monitor and ensure the compliance function discharges its responsibility to enable and monitor the business’ adherence to laws and regulations.
Provide assurance to the Management on the mitigation of key compliance risk areas and regulatory responsibilities.
Ensure timely regulatory submissions and reports for Aviva FA’s business.
Review and approve of marketing materials and training collaterals which related to risk management and compliance.
Regulatory advice is provided / completed within the agreed deadlines.
Promote an environment where a compliance culture can flourish.
ACCOUNTABILITIES

Strategic
 
Develop and implement a robust and risk based framework for regulatory development and compliance covering accountabilities, reporting and controls.
 
Operational
 
Compliance Framework:

Review/update Compliance Policies.

Facilitate discussion of issues and provide secretariat support, where needed, at the Compliance Forum.

Research and provide compliance related advice on new and strategic business developments.

Review validity of business processes and controls to relevant regulations, directives, rules and guidelines.

Develop compliance self-assessment checklist for business functional areas.

Advise relevant parties on implication of new and existing regulations and conduct gap analysis and follow-up on actions when required.

Act as liaison with law enforcement agencies, and financial industry authorities for any non-compliance.

Operational Risk Management Framework

Review and drive implementation of Risk Management Frameworks in AFA (e.g. Risk Tolerance Matrix, Risks Register, etc.)

Review and facilitate/drive the implementation of Operational Risk Management Framework (proportion to business operations) in AFA.

Effective Risk Management/Governance

Risk Committee:

Prepare Risk & Compliance reports and related ad-hoc papers for Board Committee meetings.

Perform secretariat works including preparing compliance KRI report and related papers for Risk Management Committee meetings.

Follow-up on actionable items.

RELATIONSHIPS (INTERNAL & EXTERNAL)

Chief Executive Officer

Senior Management Team

Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), Association Financial Advisory of Singapore (AFAS), Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC), Financial Industry Dispute Resolution Centre (FIDRec)

Internal and External auditors

Group/ Regional Risk and Compliance

Head of departments

Risk Management

Legal

Stakeholders in AFA

QUALIFICATIONS

Tertiary qualification

Professional compliance qualification

CMFAS Module 5, 9, and HI

KNOWLEDGE/EXPERIENCE

Proficient in regulations – FAA

Ability to track and follow-up on status of reports to relevant Committees

Head of Compliance – AVIVA – Singapore

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REF: R-73863
 
PURPOSE OF THE ROLE
 
Overall responsibility for ensuring that the BU is provided with quality and timely Regulatory & Financial Crime compliance expertise, input and support, including monitoring, advisory, training , investigation, risk assessment and reporting for the BU to discharge its responsibility to operate in compliance with local regulatory requirements, the BU’s Regulatory and Financial Crime policies and related requirements pertaining to the BU’s areas of business comprising life insurance, general insurance, unit trust distribution and general corporate governance.

The incumbent also hold the roles of Business Money Laundering Reporting Officer (“BMLRO”)and Fraud Reporting Officer (“FRO”) for the BU.
 
OUTCOMES
 
Strategic
 
Prepare, regularly update, implement and achieve objectives set out in a senior management approved and Audit Committee endorsed annual risk based compliance plan that documents key risks within the BU and sets out compliance activity conducted/ to be conducted by the Compliance team to mitigate these risks.

Provide appropriate input , participation and monitoring to maintain and further improve the BU’s relationship with local authorities and industry bodies including the Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”), CPF Board, Life Insurance Association of Singapore (“LIA”) , General Insurance Association of Singapore (“GIA”) and Investment Management Association of Singapore (“IMAS”)

Active participation in industry committees and feedback on regulator and industry driven consultations to ensure the BU’s viewpoint and interests are represented, adopted and protected as far as possible.

Foster a positive pro-active compliance culture within the first line of defence.

Foster an open and co-operative relationship with the regulator.

Governance

Develop and maintain a framework for the compliance unit to ensure the following:
adequate and timely advisory support on existing and impending regulatory requirements,

quality and timely advice on policies, procedures and controls that must be in place to deliver compliance,

monitoring to ensure the effectiveness of compliance measures taken by the BU

reporting and escalation of regulatory in accordance with the BU’s policies and controls,

monitoring, management, documentation and reporting of material contacts with the regulator.\

monitoring and compliance support to ensure the prompt and appropriate reporting and resolution of any regulatory breach or other regulatory issues.

assess at intervals whether the Compliance function is adequately resourced and escalate concerns.

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

Quality delivery of the objectives set in the annual compliance plan.

No compliance breaches relating to operations within compliance team.

Feedback by internal customers of the quality, appropriateness and timeliness of compliance support provided by the compliance team.

SYSTEMS AND CONTROLS

Compliance Manual and related policies and guidelines.

Annual Compliance Plan

Regulatory, Financial Crime compliance and risk reporting

FAIR DEALING OUTCOME

Provide leadership and ensure appropriate levels of knowledge and experience within the team to support the delivery of Fair Dealing Outcomes.

Be the champion and steward of an organizational culture of fair dealings.

devise a clear strategy to achieve the fair – dealing outcomes; align organisational policies and practices to the fair dealing outcomes; communicate to internal and external stakeholders that fair dealing is a priority for the financial institution; and monitor the effectiveness of the strategy and Policies to achieve the fair dealing outcomes.

Monitor the effectiveness of the strategy and policies to achieve the Fair Dealing Outcomes.

Direct Reports / Team Size

This role reports to the Chief Risk Officer and manages both the Regulatory & Assurance team and Financial Crime, AML & Investigation team.

RELATIONSHIPS (INTERNAL & EXTERNAL)

Risk Committee/Board of Directors

CEO

Senior Leadership team

External authorities (primarily MAS, CPF Board IMAS, LIA, GIA, MOH, CAD, enforcement agencies)

Compliance Officers of other insurers and financial service providers

Group Regulatory & Financial Crime in UK

Regional Compliance & other Compliance Heads

Regional Compliance and BU Risk team

Assistant Manager -AVIVA – Singapore

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ref: R-71243
 
Senior Executive / Assistant Manager, GI Business Development
Singapore
PURPOSE OF THE ROLE
Affinity strategy is a one of the key focuses for Aviva. GI requires a person to manage/grow the existing affinity programs (SAF, POGIS), and develop more new affinity programs.
This role will also be overseeing FA channel (i.e. AFA) and Corp. Travel business development
Direct Reports / Team Size
Number of team size: 1
Product or Services dimension: All GI products

RELATIONSHIPS (INTERNAL & EXTERNAL)
Marketing
Underwriting
Claims
Group Business unit
Brokers
FA distribution
QUALIFICATIONS
Preferred Degree or Diploma in Business/ Finance/Accountancy
Preferred CGI Qualification

KNOWLEDGE/EXPERIENCE
At least 5 years of experience in the in insurance sales or a sales management role, of which 3 years are in GI
Preferred experience in B-to-B business, account management and relationships building.
Working knowledge of regulatory requirements in relation to GI products i.e GI Motor, Travel, Home, and PA.
Self-motivated with the ability to identify key issues and recommend practical solution.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Highly adaptable to changes

Accenture Internship Program – Singapore

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Accenture Discovery Internship Program (January to June)
– Job description
Jumpstart your career
Are you interested in gaining practical experience in preparation for your career? This is your opportunity to begin your professional journey with Accenture. Our internship program will provide you with everything you need to shape the start of your career by learning new skills and getting insights into the work you could be doing when you graduate.
 
Your role
As an intern, you will have the opportunity to experience our company culture, expand your network and build skills that you’ll be able to apply anywhere. Also, you won’t just be shadowing others—you’ll be in the mix right from the start. Your responsibilities may include addressing key business problems, creating innovative offerings or developing business and technology solutions for business improvement.

Your role assignment will be based on business needs and your personal strengths. You will join any of Accenture’s six lines of business:
Accenture Strategy shapes our clients’ futures, using our deep business insight and understanding of how technology will impact their industries to envision and deliver how they can stay ahead of the curve.

Accenture Consulting transforms our clients’ businesses by focusing on their specific industries and developing an understanding of their issues and applicable technologies, and then delivering innovative, tailor-made solutions.
Accenture Digital digitizes our clients’ businesses, enabling them to harness the power of digital tools such as analytics, interactive marketing and mobility services to improve the user experience for millions of end users.
Accenture Technology powers our clients’ businesses with “best in class” technologies—established and emerging—changing the way their people and customers experience work, life and entertainment.
Accenture Operations operates business processes and infrastructure as a service in behalf of our clients.
Accenture Security builds and consults about security technologies for clients to create a successful client-based security team.

Basic Qualifications
Be in the second or penultimate year of undergraduate studies
Track record of outstanding academic performance and co-curricular activities
Analytical and problem-solving skills
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Flexibility and willingness to work on different projects

Our commitment to you
With more than 411,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries, we offer infinite opportunities to progress as fast and as far as you want to go. Training and development is highly personalized, combining multidisciplinary digital resources, on-the-job experience and education programs. You can upskill rapidly, continuously improve your expertise and stay ahead of the curve. In addition, we offer a highly competitive rewards and benefits package. And, as part of an ethical organization that actively engages corporate citizenship, you can apply your specialist skills to make a difference and help change the way people work and live.

Sales Capture Lead wanted – ACCENTURE – Singapore

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Job Number: 00641254
– Job description
Join Accenture and help transform leading organizations and communities around the world. The sheer scale of our capabilities and client engagements and the way we collaborate, operate and deliver value provides an unparalleled opportunity to grow and advance. Choose Accenture, and make delivering innovative work part of your extraordinary career.
 
Role & Responsibilities

The Sales Capture Lead manages the opportunity from sales pursuit to close using deep sales process and offering expertise. Develop relationships with key buyers and decision- makers at new and/or existing clients; protect and grow the business. Act as point of contact for resolution and escalation of all key items with the client and internally.
 
Target the right clients, grow quality pipeline, win profitable deals and manage sales activities with the objective of creating mutually beneficial, trust-based relationships that create value
Generate and build client relationships leading to qualified opportunity identification and involvement throughout the sales cycle often in absence of an existing client relationship or opportunity

Accountable for qualified pipeline generation but may also have some accountability for deal closure
Has prior experience in leading and closing multi-year application outsourcing deals
Has some prior experience in leading system integration or implementation projects
Is able to identify a client problem statement, craft a value proposition that provides specific outcomes addressing client problem
Has experience and understanding of one of the Products sub industry (Retail, Consumer Goods, Travel, Industrial and Life Sciences)
Has experience working with local clients in Products sub industry
Has experience in lead generation and opportunity shaping
Is commercially aware and can recommend deal decisions based on what’s of value to client and value to our firm
Provides solutions to complex business problems for area(s) of responsibility where analysis of situations requires an in-depth knowledge of organizational objectives.
Interacts with senior management levels at a client and/or within Accenture, which involves negotiating or influencing on significant matters
Has latitude in decision-making and determining objectives and approaches to critical assignments. Decisions have a lasting impact on area of responsibility with the potential to impact outside area of responsibility.
Manage the opportunity from sales pursuit to close using deep sales process and offering expertise
Ability to originate new opportunities
Develop relationships with key buyers and decision-makers at new and/or existing clients; protect and grow the business
Act as point of contact for resolution and escalation of all key items with the client and internally
Ability to work with cross functional and cross geography teams

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of 10 years’ experience in solution selling/ outsourcing deals 
  • 10+ years – Sales Pursuit Management
  • Knowledge and Experience within Products Industry
  • Win strategy development
  • Value proposition development
  • Transition to delivery
  • Sales pursuit management
  • Lead generation
  • Offering campaign management
  • Business Case Development
  • Deal Qualification
  • Deal Shaping
  • Pricing & Profit Optimization
  • Proven ability to build, manage and foster a team-oriented environment
  • Proven ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment
  • Desire to work in an information systems environment
  • Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent leadership

Project Assistant wanted – AECOM – Singapore

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Requisition/Vacancy No. 198917BR
 
Project Assistant (Site-based), Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
Singapore – Singapore, Singapore
 
Job Summary
 
Perform multiple, related document controls tasks, and apply document control procedures to resolve problems which may be non-routine in nature.

Escalate complex problems as needed, and exchange information related to assignments and document controls procedures.
 
Support members of a project delivery team by coordinating project files, preparing project progress reports, arranging meetings and conference calls, and maintaining files.
 
Perform a variety of administrative tasks in support of document controls maintenance for project.

Use electronic system (PMIS-Newforma) to store and track communications and log documents.

May assemble and bind final copy involving spiral bind or related equipment.

Ensure document qualities which include completeness and accuracy (QA/QC) with established procedures and updates.

Tracking of all incoming and outgoing document correspondences and transmissions for both electronic and hardcopy.

Maintain registers for all submittals project documentations.

Minimum Requirements

Minimum 3 to 5 years of project support related experience is preferred.

Proficient in Microsoft Office

Highly organized in managing multiple task and work in a fast-paced environment.

Able to priories important or urgent matters

Have excellent inter-personal and communication skills in order to interact effectively with colleagues at all levels.

Able to learn project specific procedures and new software independently.

Have the initiative to explore new ways of doing things, recommend improvements and expand knowledge and awareness.

Responsible and takes ownership.

Able to work independently with minimum supervision and positive work attitude.

This position will be based on site.

Preferred Qualifications

Diploma

Customer Relationship Coordinator – SHELL – Singapore

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REF: 90087BR
 
Job Description
 
Purpose
To serve Shell Chemicals customers by taking responsibility of commercial relationship management for a defined group of customers, located globally, and pro-actively liaising with other functions within Shell Chemicals (Credit, Finance, Land Logistics, Marine Logistics, Supply Chain, Sales, HSSE, etc.) to ensure that the full range of Shell services are deployed in line with offers to customers. To work with Supply Chain on replenishment of stocks and execute the Order to Cash process for export and import of goods.

Accountabilities
1) Act as the primary customer contact, for customers located worldwide (one-stop shop for customers) to process customer orders in an efficient and error-free way and deal with any customer queries or complaints. This includes order capture, commitment to orders, resolution of obstacles to commitment (product supply, commercial, transport, HSSE and finance), confirmation, progression, order-amendment, invoicing, cash collection, managing complaints and indirect tax issues.
 
2) Form a well-functioning Customer Team together with the Account Executives, situated worldwide, to manage costs versus service levels whilst achieving the desired level of customer satisfaction.

3) Proactively liaise with Regional Supply Chain to replenish stocks at Shell terminals as well as manage the importation of goods into area of responsibility.

4) Actively promote e-Commerce, be fluent in various e-Commerce tools (like Customer Portal, Elemica) and able to assist customers with queries concerning these tools.

5) Pro-actively liaise with the Credit team to ensure credit issues are resolved, receivables processes run smoothly and overdue payments are collected effectively without jeopardising customer relationship. The CRC has joint ownership with the Account Executives for the cash collection process.

6) Ensure customer master data is kept up to date, in both systems and in files. Make sure that control, legal and fiscal requirements are met and that evidence/authorisations are kept safely and rigorously for audit purpose.

7) Liaise with hauliers, transport coordinators, supply coordinators, supply points (3rd party suppliers and depots), freight forwarders and banks to ensure customer orders are fulfilled safely and satisfactorily and problems are resolved effectively and timely. Support land logistics to provide timely performance review of land logistics service providers.

8) Occasionally manage stock levels at customer or tank vendors sites either as consignment stock or through a Supplier Managed Inventory system in order to optimise customers off-take pattern with the cost of supply.

9) Vet letters of credit (LC) for export orders.

10) Manage vendor billing to Shell, liaising with Shell Business Service Centres (located out of Singapore) to ensure that Shell pays vendors on time.

11) Manage SOX controls of the Customer Centre Dept. Ensuring that all necessary approvals are obtained and within the correct authorities as defined in the Manual of Authorities (MoA). To keep oneself updated on changes to MoA and work with the Process Lead to develop/execute control processes including proper record keeping per Group Records Management system.

Country of Work LocationSingapore
City, State (if applicable)

Singapore

Work LocationSingapore – Metropolis
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.

Requirements

1) Build customer centricity, maintain customer intimacy, mainly by telephone and emails. Provide differentiated services to segmented customers.
2) Respect for diverse cultures in order to maintain local touch for customers served from a customer centre typically outside of their country.
3) Actively participate to contribute to best practice sharing within customer centres, at the same time being a team player and able to build up working relationship with other departments and develop oneself.
4) Pays attention to details, careful, well-organised and discipline in execution.
5) Can work under extreme time pressures, has good time management skills and able to prioritize task effectively.
6) To remain contactable outside office hours for emergency operational issues.
7) Fluent in English (spoken and written) and Mandarin (spoken)
8) Experience in frontline customer facing roles is an advantage
9) Experience with GSAP is an advantage

Tank Maintenance Field Engineer wanted – SHELL – Singapore

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REF: 90779BR
 
Job Description
 
Responsibilities
The main tasks in the tank execution team are to work jointly and in close cooperation with Production, Technology, 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)

Country of Work LocationSingapore
Work Location

Singapore – Pulau Bukom

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.

Requirements

Primary Focus is the work execution for today (Shell, Contractors, Support)

Ensures work safety for staff & contractors in compliance with HSSE standards (LSR and 9PSF) and participates in safety audits, safety walkabouts and other safety initiatives.

Prepares/reviews Job Hazard Analysis, Method Statements, Lifting plans and ensure that the work is executed in accordance to these and Permit-to-Work and Clearance requirements.

Drives the productivity of contractors to optimize maintenance resources and costs.

Assures material needed to complete job is on site

Identifies obstacles in the work flow and work to resolution

Ensures that the quality of work by the team and contractors are kept at a high level to prevent repeat failures and achieve plant integrity and reliability

Contributes to scoping of work in tank maintenance planning. Play the lead executing role or Q-captain role for the all works.

Raises, reviews and coordinates execution of CRER, PCR and maintenance capital replacement projects and shutdown for tank related works.

Closely participates in cost control to keep routine maintenance, projects, special maintenance and shutdown spending within budget and phasing.

Closely follow-up the progress and ensure they are meeting the plan and monitor & up-date the progress