Water Treatment Specialist wanted at SHELL – Singapore

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Auto req ID 83181BR
Job Title Production Specialist-Water Treatment
Country of Work Location Singapore
City, State (if applicable) Singapore
Work Location Singapore – Pulau Bukom
Job Description
The Production Specialist is the primary technical/process expert for their unit(s) of responsibility. Has a leading role in supporting the production team to achieve HS&E objectives. Is the focal point for daily technical assurance, and is a key contributor to maintaining the integrity of process safety work processes like ESP (Ensure Safety Production), RCM (Reliability Centered Maintenance), MOC (Management of Change), HEMP Hazards & Effects Management Process) and PHA/PSSR (Process Hazard Analysis/Pre start up safety review).

The Production Specialist works with the training organization to develop effective training content provides support for operator skill enhancement, performance reviews, and qualification of operators. He/she uses knowledge and troubleshooting skills and assists production team in enhancing their troubleshooting skills.

The Production Specialist ensures operations issues, constraints, and plant/unit status is communicated to associated work groups in the production team. Participates in short-term and long-term planning and improvements, is a key resource for turnaround and maintenance planning, and plays a lead role in the communication of unit-specific issues to the technical support organization. You will interfaces with the production teams regarding unit optimization, product specs, and target ranges.

This position is a key element of the Production Organization. Successful candidates will help drive the changes in our work practices by implementing the objectives of the ESP, RCM and ME (Maintenance Excellent) work process. While there are no direct reports for this position, influence to guide the organization is a must.

Requirements
Have operation experience and knowledge on waste water treatment, cooling water treatment and competence on water chemistry for cooling water and waste water.

Lead by example and demonstrate that Health, Safety and Environmental have top priority in the execution of the work.

Serve as expert in developing, documenting and sharing of operating knowledge of the area unit processes.

Provides support to operating shift teams and Production Team (PT) Leaders in maintaining optimum unit process performance and preventing and/or solving process problems; facilitates the multi-disciplinary teams to understand & eliminate threats and bad actors. Also provide support in coaching and teaching PTs to improve troubleshooting and operating skills.

Provide technical coaching to Production Team Leaders and Site Team Leaders.

Responsible for operations monitoring, unit capability performance, yields and optimization over the medium and longer term including cost performance such as chemicals consumption, lubes, etc.

Participate in the development of operations planning, operating Plan capabilities and constraints, Pre-Startup Safety Reviews, including participating in interdepartmental issues that might impact their respective area of responsibility.

Act as the department focal point for Learning-from-incidents.

Play active role in operator training and procedure reviews/updates.

Champion for unit ESP, IPF (Instrument Protective Function), and MOC work processes for units under responsibility.

Leadership role in major maintenance planning and execution.

Other duties includes various administrative report requirements, projects progress activities, conducting incident investigations and participation in developing and executing strategy plans.

Initiation and support for continuous improvement of unit performance including understanding of longer-term business objectives. Actively supports LEAN and drives PCRs (plant change request) where necessary to rapidly implement performance improvements initiatives.

Utilities Specialist wanted at SHELL – Singapore

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Auto req ID 83182BR
Job Title Production Specialist-Utilities System
Country of Work Location Singapore
City, State (if applicable) singapore
Work Location Singapore – Pulau Bukom
Job Description
The Production Specialist is the primary technical/process expert for their unit(s) of responsibility. Has a leading role in supporting the production team to achieve HS&E objectives. Is the focal point for daily technical assurance, and is a key contributor to maintaining the integrity of process safety work processes like ESP (Ensure Safety Production), RCM (Reliability Centered Maintenance), MOC (Management of Change), HEMP Hazards & Effects Management Process) and PHA/PSSR (Process Hazard Analysis/Pre start up safety review).

The Production Specialist works with the training organization to develop effective training content provides support for operator skill enhancement, performance reviews, and qualification of operators. He/she uses knowledge and troubleshooting skills and assists production team in enhancing their troubleshooting skills.
 
The Production Specialist ensures operations issues, constraints, and plant/unit status is communicated to associated work groups in the production team. Participates in short-term and long-term planning and improvements, is a key resource for turnaround and maintenance planning, and plays a lead role in the communication of unit-specific issues to the technical support organization. You will interfaces with the production teams regarding unit optimization, product specs, and target ranges.

This position is a key element of the Production Organization. Successful candidates will help drive the changes in our work practices by implementing the objectives of the ESP, RCM and ME (Maintenance Excellent) work process. While there are no direct reports for this position, influence to guide the organization is a must.

Requirements
Have operation experience and knowledge on utilities systems such as salt cooling water, instrument air and utilities distribution systems.

Lead by example and demonstrate that Health, Safety and Environmental have top priority in the execution of the work.

Serve as expert in developing, documenting and sharing of operating knowledge of the area unit processes.

Provides support to operating shift teams and Production Team (PT) Leaders in maintaining optimum unit process performance and preventing and/or solving process problems; facilitates the multi-disciplinary teams to understand & eliminate threats and bad actors. Also provide support in coaching and teaching PTs to improve troubleshooting and operating skills.

Provide technical coaching to Production Team Leaders and Site Team Leaders.

Responsible for operations monitoring, unit capability performance, yields and optimization over the medium and longer term including cost performance such as chemicals consumption, lubes, etc.

Participate in the development of operations planning, operating Plan capabilities and constraints, Pre-Startup Safety Reviews, including participating in interdepartmental issues that might impact their respective area of responsibility.

Act as the department focal point for Learning-from-incidents.

Play active role in operator training and procedure reviews/updates.

Champion for unit ESP, IPF (Instrument Protective Function), and MOC work processes for units under responsibility.

Leadership role in major maintenance planning and execution.

Other duties includes various administrative report requirements, projects progress activities, conducting incident investigations and participation in developing and executing strategy plans.

Initiation and support for continuous improvement of unit performance including understanding of longer-term business objectives. Actively supports LEAN and drives PCRs (plant change request) where necessary to rapidly implement performance improvements initiatives.

Technical Service Engineer wanted at SHELL – Singapore

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Auto req ID 46157BR
Job Title Technical Service Engineer
Country of Work Location Singapore
City, State (if applicable) Singapore
Work Location Singapore – 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.

Job Description
Customer facing position managing Shell Marine Lubricants customers
Directly responsible for managing technical services to end customer
Support to win new business or increase in wallet share, as part of “hunting together” and contribute to profitable growth of marine lubricant business
Deliver strong technical customer experience through problem solving and implement services as key differentiator to generate revenue.
Develop and empower distributor technical staff
Champion HSSE for marine
Onsite visit including shipyards and vessels

Requirements
Min. Class 5 Engineers Certificate of Competency (Steam and/or Motor)
Relevant technical experience which would include practical experience in the operation and maintenance of machinery plant, preferably gained in a marine or power generation environment, or as OEM service engineer
Proven analytical skills
Proven ability to communicate effectively in a virtual environment
Strong verbal and written capacity of Local and English language

Technical Service Consultant wanted at SHELL – Singapore

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Auto req ID 80009BR
Job Title Technical Service Consultant (Aromatics)
Country of Work Location Singapore
City, State (if applicable) Singapore
 
Job Description
The Specialty Catalysts, CRI and Zeolyst
Technical Service team is responsible for delivering technical services in support of CRI and Zeolyst International (ZI, a partly Shell owned JV catalyst company) and the specialty hydrogenation catalyst business in Asia.

This role exists to principally:
1. Service CRI and zeolitic catalyst sales by providing high quality technical service to customers using CRI/Zeolyst Catalysts
 
2. Support existing product line sales and lead new business development activities for hydrogenation and zeolitic application area, in target markets, by using technical & commercial expertise, to help meet business growth targets.
 
3. Provide input for planning for longer terms sales and growth by giving quality technical direction, input and market feedback to Catalyst R&D programs to maintain incumbency and be well positioned for winning new business.

Requirements
Bachelors degree (or higher) in Chemical Engineering or Chemistry with 5+ years experience in petrochemical technology support

Experience in cracker/Hydrogenation/ Reforming/Hydrocracking/Paraxylene processing is preferred, but general background in Cracker, Aromatics and other zeolitic catalytic processes will also be considered

Knowledge of Applied Catalysis or Operation of Catalytic
Reactor would be advantageous

Knowledge of zeolitic catalysis particularly in the area of Aromatic applications

Excellent writing, presentation and communication skills

Ability/experience to cooperate with Shell Global Solutions, the Shell Group as a whole and outside parties (clients, Engineering contractors, etc.) is a plus

Strong technical skills and the ability to perform in-depth problem solving

Proficient in use of spreadsheets and computer models

Be able to work independently, balance priorities and take ownership for assigned work.

Strong organizational skills to multi-task and manage several projects at the same time

Be an effective team player

Have a strong customer orientation.

Learning Advisor wanted at SHELL – Singapore

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Auto req ID 81962BR
Job Title Learning Advisor Team Development
Country of Work Location Singapore
City, State (if applicable) Singapore
Work Location Singapore – Metropolis

Job Description A regional role to support the development of Teams in Shell to engage, perform and deliver business results by delivering best in class team development interventions.
 
Partner with the relevant HR & business stakeholders to diagnose Team Effectiveness needs and ensure delivery of leadership interventions.
Drive/support projects with the objective to design and develop best in class Team Effectiveness and/ or In-Situ Programmes in Shell via diagnosing learning needs, ensure effective learning design, development interventions and programs, related materials, evaluation and impact analysis.
Deliver Team Effectiveness learning programs & interventions to improve understanding & skill of Team Effectiveness in the organization and its increased impact on business results through external partners and/ or internal TTT (train the trainer)
Build Team Effectiveness Diagnostic capability in the HR, Learning & OE community with the objective to identify opportunities for increased Team Effectiveness in their business and with their teams through external partners and/ or internal TTT (train the trainer)

Evaluate and continuously improve impact of the Team Effectiveness framework, language, tools in accordance with external research
Embed digitisation and the use of technology to support team development activities
Manage relevant internal and external stakeholders to deliver team development programs & interventions
Manage associated financial budgets and processes
Partner with C&P to manage contracting and procurement activities where appropriate
Requirements
Minimum Bachelors degree, Masters preferred

Significant and relevant expertise & experience in learning and team development in large global organisations

Ability to collaborate across multiple parties / teams to bring diversity of thinking into Team Effectiveness

Experience of collaborating with external and internal partners to design, deliver and measure best-in-class team development interventions

Ability to professionally engage, coach, and partner with all levels of stakeholders internally and externally

Expertise and knowledge of current and contemporary trends in team effectiveness and leadership development

Strong commercial acumen with knowledge and expertise of Oil and Gas industry preferred

Strong project management, financial and contracting & procurement capabilities

Strong facilitation and coaching skills

Road Transport Supervisor wanted by Shell – Singapore

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Singapore – Tuas Lubes Plant, Singapore
Skillpool group: Downstream Supply Chain
Updated: 14-Jun-2018
Reference ID: 76780BR
 
Logistics Road Transport Supervisor for Singapore operations, covering scheduling, and road transport for local and export deliveries – drive effective OPEX spend and safe operations
Manage the day to day activities related to fleet planning and product distribution from RDC and production plant

Coordinate and assist in implementing effective and efficient inbound and outbound delivery operations, working closely with Hauliers, 3PLs and Freight Forwarders
Contribute to the efficiency of Logistics Transport operations related to Contract with Hauliers and Freight Forwarders

Responsible for the day to day activities associated with receiving/shipping operations controlling the movements of trailers, in cooperation with the Warehouse Supervisor
Actively support Regional and Global improvement programs by providing strong ground support
Work closely with HSSE Advisor to ensure HSSE Goal Zero
Actively support Regional and Global improvement programs by providing strong ground support
Ensure all transport activities conducted by the haulier for Shell comply with the RT Manual according to the RT contract. To ensure that all RT non-compliance gaps identified are reported and close within the agreed timelines based on severity of the gaps.

CI Manager, APME+ wanted by Shell – Singapore

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Skillpool group: Downstream Supply Chain
Reference ID: 74509BR
The Lubricant Supply Chain (LSC) organization is a critical part of the broader Lubricants business, and critical to winning in the marketplace, specifically in the Asia Pacific growth markets.
 
The Continuous Improvement (CI) Manager will be a key member of the Regional LSC Performance & Development Leadership team, which is responsible for championing the LSC competitiveness journey within the region. He / She will also shape the CI deployment journey in Global Commercial (GC) and Retail as a member of GC/Retail CI Leadership Team.
 
The primary focus of this role is driving Best-in-class End-to-End performance across Operations, Planning, Logistics, Quality and HSSE, and sustaining competitiveness.

This is achieved by focusing on 3 key areas:
Value Delivery – via CI projects with linkages to costs, working capital or revenue growth. Projects are divided into (1) Large end-to-end projects with deep hands-on involvement from CI team, (2) Mid-Sized projects delivered via CI practitioners coached by CI team.

Capability Building– Deliver fit-for-purpose CI learning program e.g. CI Practitioners, CI Manager, to ensure organization is equipped with the skills to identify and sustain improvements.

Culture Building – Ensures CI Ways Of Working is embedded in our daily activities, and extended to our internal and external business partners. Success is measured by progression along maturity stages in CI standards.

Accountabilities

Provide leadership to the development and progression along LSC Continuous Improvement roadmap, working closely with Regional and Global Supply Chain Leadership teams, and CI counterparts from other parts of Shell.
Stay abreast of supply chain industry trends and introduce fit for purpose internal and external good practices contributing to business competitiveness and the Future of Supply Chain initiatives.

Value Delivery:
Manage and sustain CI project portfolio via opportunity finding workshops and kaizen events with internal and external business partners.
Lead large end to end complex projects.
Facilitate good practice replication across regions and sites.

Capability Building
Manage and sustain CI capability pipeline (CI Practitioners) and CI competence.
Deliver CI Practitioner 1/2 learning program and CI lunch and learns.
Coach and certify CI projects.
Develop applications of advanced CI tools and approaches such as Value Stream Mapping, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, Cost-Of-Non Quality, Hoshin-Kanri and Statistical Process Control to drive performance.

Culture Building:
Lead CI Standards assessment and application in Operations, Logistics and Planning Teams.
Coach leaders and local management teams on the use of CI structured approaches to make problems visible (e.g. VM, Daily Huddles, Go-Sees), to identify and address root causes (e.g. Kaizen, Fish-Bone, 5 Whys, Cause and Effect Analysis), and to sustain improved performance (e.g. 5S, SOP/WI/LSW/FMEA/SPC/PDCA).

HSSE Performance Analyst wanted by SHELL – Singapore

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75688BR
Job Title HSSE Performance Analyst
Job Description
Embed Goal Zero and Generative culture as core values through implementation of change programmes which include diagnosis of the current safety culture, facilitate/plan workshops, support leaders in their delivery of change tools, monitor the change process etc.
Roll out of HSSE Culture improvement activities in collaboration with various OU HSSE Specialists.

Support activities in HSSE culture promotion, e.g. prepare award/gift for HSSE Recognition, coordinate Best PINMs exercise with selection panel, support Safety Day organising activities, work on graphic design for HSSE activities/events (e.g. Safety Day).
Support LSC sites and OU HSSE Specialists to implement changes in requirements from the HSSE & SP Control Framework revision; with respect to gap analysis, prepare gap closure implementation plans, ensure successful implementation of the agreed gap closure actions, and program manage this activity throughout the region.
Support and maintain the HSSE Audit and Assurance process and HSSE annual planning in APMESA.
Assist the organisation to maintain an effective LOD1 self-assessments program, and analyze common gaps to improve the effective implementation of the standards and procedures. This helps to provide assurance that an appropriate but effective HSSE Management System is in place meeting all of the Group requirements for all lubricant activities in LSC.
Consolidate LOD2/3 audit reports and track actions.

Act as Gatekeeper of FIM, FSO of LSC SharePoint and Focal of TRIM and manage monthly and quarterly updates in systems such as FIM, GPMR, TRIM (GRM).
Conduct HSSE data analytics by collecting (from various OU), consolidating, analysing and providing insights on trends. Data includes HSSE performance, FIM, PINM, etc.
Coordinate and disseminate Learning from Incidents (including development of standardised engagement pack) and track follow up actions at site level.
Manage HSSE communications such as drafting of email announcements for various milestones/events milestone, drafting of TBTs, HSSE monthly performance/KPI reports.
Maintain LSC HSSE webpage/SharePoint, and work with Global website management team for updating webpage and troubleshooting.
Manage minutes in meetings and track actions arising from meetings as assigned, e.g. incident review meetings.
Exhibit One Team behaviours.

Requirements Achieving step change improvement requires significant behavioural and mind-set change to ensure full compliance to standards and requirements of all manual sections in the HSSE Control Framework. This is a support role coordinates with 10 LSC sites across 10 countries, and several Clusters for S&M in the APMESA Region. It has special challenge of establishing working relationships across the sites and delivering results through others who are not under direct supervision.

Requirements:
Operational HSSE experience (> 5 years) is preferred.
Hands-on experience and use of the appropriate HSSE tools and techniques in Behavioural Safety, Assurance and Auditing, and Incident classification and reporting.
Experience in implementing the requirements of the HSSE & SP Control Framework with sound understanding of HSSE policies, standards and procedure expertise in the HSSE & SP Control Framework.
Experience in processing big data, specifically HSSE data.
Strong organisational and administrative skills.
Sound interpersonal & influencing skills, and strong stakeholder management skills and ability to build effective relationships.
Performance and compliance driven.
Good communication skills.
Brings innovative thinking to the challenges actual practices and standards.
Looking for an individual with
Plenty of drive, energy and initiative, and willing to make a change.
Someone ‘hands-on’.
Strong communication and reporting skills are essential.
Experience (good knowledge) of working with different cultures.

Regional Digital Manager wanted by SHELL in Singapore

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Job Title Regional Digital Manager
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.
Job Description The Regional Digital Marketing Manager is a member of the APMESA (Asia Pacific, Middle East & South Africa) regional Excellence team, which owns the digital excellence agenda, develops the regional digital roadmap and executes regional growth initiatives.

Purpose

The Digital Marketing Manager works with leaders throughout the Global Commercial (GC) organisation aiming to help them transform their businesses into a world-class digitally enabled organisation. The Digital Marketing Manager for the APMESA region will play a lead role in shaping the digital roadmap for the business leaders in the region, covering the areas of e-commerce, new business models, data analytics, digital marketing and organisational readiness. Specifically,

Lead the strategy and development of digital solutions (including eCommerce) as a sales channel for APMESA, focusing on: Online to Offline (O2O) transactions, MarketPlaces, B2B platforms, aggregators, new digital business models and new strategic control points for the Lubricants value chain
Support and drive colleagues in local teams to achieve and maintain financial returns through ecommerce and digital programmes.
Develop and own the digital marketing plan, integrating digital across all areas of marketing and coaching the APMESA local marketing teams on execution
Collaborate with Global Brand teams, Digital team and Channel/Sector teams on Digital Strategy, Social Strategy, Mobile applications, and other online technologies to maximize yield, and deliver long term brand/sector goals
Provide evidence-based analysis of the commercial value generated by digital programmes ensuring rigorous piloting of programs takes place and processes to learn, optimize and iterate
Requirements
University degree in business, marketing or MBA equivalent
Marketing, strategy and channel management experience
Direct knowledge of developing online sales, marketing and digital platforms
Experience of customer centric design, innovation processes and development of new initiatives
Experience in influencing without having direct authority across a wide range of stakeholders and cultural backgrounds
Ability to work virtually, independently, both strategically and operationally with limited resources; Highly self-motivated
A strong interest in digital trends and new online business models
Strong commercial acumen, external mindset and demonstration of speed in development and implementation of initiatives
Critical thinker, highly collaborative
Excellent communication, engagement and relationship skills
Display strong leadership qualities (Growth, Collaboration, Authenticity & Performance)
Able and willing to take the challenge of transformation to support long-term business strategy
Proven track record in Marketing (10+ years) with ideally multiple roles in country / regional / global marketing implementation

 

Compliance Manager wanted – SHELL – Singapore

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79178BR
Job Title Compliance Manager – Asia Pacific
Work Location Singapore – Metropolis

Job Description Job Purpose:
The AP Compliance Manager supports relevant functions in Shell Eastern Chemicals (S) (“SECS”) with respect to regulatory compliance needs related to customer and supplier transactions. Such regulatory compliance needs include: customs import/export requirements, Free Trade Agreements (“FTA”), dual-use product controls, Goods and Service tax (“GST”) and excise duty declarations, SOX controls, etc.

Responsibility:
As regional representative of the global Chemicals Trade Compliance Network, which operates and governs trade compliance regulatory and fiscal requirements.
Understanding/monitoring trade compliance risk & exposure, for developing/rolling out/maintaining processes/procedures/controls to effectively manage this risk, for monitoring & ensuring the effectiveness of these processes/procedures/controls, for following up legislation changes and ensuring regulatory compliance by taking the lead to coordinate with relevant functions and addressing such changes with appropriate Management of Change.
Development and maintenance of contacts with internal and external.
Provide advice and support to SECS on trade compliance and Free Trade Agreement (“FTA”) matters for contract negotiation and preparation.
Specific Accountabilities:
Apply Customs regulations to business transactions ensuring corporate customs compliance, including handling tariff classifications of imported/exported merchandise, valuation issues, country of origin determinations, applicability of embargoes and/or sanctions programs, and Free Trade Agreement-related issues and managing customs audits and duty minimization programs.
Benchmark best practices with respect to international trade for the regional business.
Develop, implement and manage Asia Pacific customs related projects and activities that enhance customs compliance, secure cost-saving opportunities and minimize overall customs liabilities.
Interface with product lines and supporting functions, manufacturing plants, customs clearance agents and freight forwarders to ensure compliance to all government import/export regulations.
Contract holder for SECS customs clearance agents.
Promote the Shell General Business Principles and Code of Conduct.
Develop and provide training/expert guidance to customer centre, commercial, operations and other parties involved in trade compliance related activities.
Manage the risk matrix for regulatory compliance areas related to SECS’s business and develop and implement fit-for-purpose trade compliance programs, processes and controls.
Understand trade legislations and regulations relevant to SECS’s transactions (including import and export regulations), monitor changes in such legislations and regulations and assure appropriate Management of Change (process changes, training, etc.) to assure compliance in view of such changes as well as in case of business/organizational changes. This includes interfacing with Indirect Tax and Shell’s Shared Service Centers to assure compliance with GST and other duty changes.
Custodian of licenses and permits (including import licenses).
Process owner for Operations and Commercial SOX controls & processes.
Implement and manage, as required, compliance programs mandated by Group or Downstream in conjunction with the Chemicals Governance Risk & Assurance Manager.
Assure document retention for regulatory compliance related documents (e.g. export licenses, Letters of Indemnity, excise duty certificates, FTA certificates, REACH, etc.) in line with Group Records Management requirements.
Assure SECS staffs are competent with relevant legislation and regulations by providing fit-for-purpose training programs.
Proactively advise management on recommendations to address gaps/issues related to regulatory compliance and provide input to support the annual Letter of Assurance.
Develop and maintain effective networks with various stakeholders (internal stakeholders, Indirect Tax, SBSC (Shell Business Service Centers), Customs, industry consortia, etc.) to stay abreast of and influence developments in the regulatory compliance arena and to anticipate required changes.
Requirements
Degree in any discipline with minimum 5 years of relevant working experience, preferably in Petrochemicals industry.
Comprehensive knowledge of Singapore Customs import/export regulatory requirement and import/export Asia Pacific import/export regulations.
Hands on in-depth experience interpretation and utilizing Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
Good knowledge of Product Harmonized System (“HS”) classifications
Experience in managing Customs Clearance Agent