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Woodside Energy Perth WA, Australia
2020 Woodside Graduate Development Program     Date: 18-Feb-2019 Location: Perth, AU Company: Woodside Energy Ltd   About Woodside   Woodside is the pioneer of the LNG industry in Australia and the largest Australian natural gas producer. We have an outstanding base business of world-class assets and strong growth prospects – plus the experience, capability and vision to make things happen. As Australia’s premier LNG operator, we produce 6% of global LNG supply.   Our producing LNG assets in the north west of Australia are among the world’s best facilities, renowned for their safety, reliability and efficiency. We have significant equity interests in high-quality development opportunities, combined with a strong track record in project delivery from more than 60 years’ experience. We are creating an integrated LNG production centre on the Burrup Peninsula in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Our exploration plan focuses on established, emerging and future growth hubs in Australia, Myanmar, Senegal, Gabon, Peru and Bulgaria.   Wherever we work, we are committed to upholding our values of integrity, respect, discipline, excellence, working sustainably and working together.   Technology and innovation are essential to our long-term sustainability. Today, we are pioneering remote support and the application of artificial intelligence and advanced analytics in our business. Technology also features in Mia Yellagonga, our state-of-the-art campus in Perth, Western Australia. Mia Yellagonga has a six Green Star rating, advanced wellness features and a variety of workspace choices.   We will play our part in the global response to climate change by continuing to provide reliable and sustainable energy in a lower-carbon future. Our contribution includes reducing and managing our own emissions, and developing new markets for LNG to displace higher-emissions fuels.    Our success is driven by our people, and we aim to attract, develop and retain a diverse, high-performing workforce.       What our graduates can expect   Woodside’s Graduate Development Program plays an important role in building our long-term technical and leadership capabilities. We’ve refined our approach to graduate development over more than 30 years to ensure Woodside graduates reach professional independence in an industry-leading timeframe. We’re proud to be recognised as one of Australia’s top graduate employers.   Woodside’s three-year, competency-based program offers experiences and opportunities to develop both your technical and leadership skills, including: Rotational assignments - both within and outside your discipline Site visits to our plants in Karratha, Western Australia Extensive on-the-job training Structured business and technical development Individual technical mentors and graduate buddies A proactive and dynamic graduate community, as well active employee community groups for gender equality, reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, and LGBTI+ staff and allies. Community volunteering opportunities Heavily subsidised gym membership A competitive remuneration package, featuring performance-based incentives, share plans, above-industry superannuation contributions, and a generous health insurance allowance.   We know developing and growing our people is key to achieving our company growth plans. Our size and pace means more opportunities, earlier in your career.       Who we look for   We look for innovators and passionate problem solvers from wide range of degrees. Try our new tool to match your degree with our graduate disciplines, and find the best fit for you. Woodside is an increasingly inclusive and diverse company. No matter your field or background, you share the same values we do – and you can demonstrate it. We encourage applications from both domestic and international students in their final year of study, or graduated within the past two years.       How to apply   Applications for the 2020 Graduate Development Program open on Monday 18 February 2019 and close on Friday 22 March 2019 at 11.59PM AWST .   We will be visiting university campuses around Australia during this time, so you can get to know our people and find out more about our program.   To apply for a graduate position, please click on the 'Apply' button below and complete the application form. Attach a copy of your resume and a certified copy of your academic transcript, or current statement of results.   We do not review emailed resumes.
Woodside Energy Perth WA, Australia
UIPath Developer     Date: 26-Feb-2019 Location: Perth, AU Company: Woodside Energy Ltd   About Woodside   As a diverse and expanding organisation we have many divisions that support our business. You will find development and career opportunities, you’ll be valued, recognised, challenged and rewarded. What’s more, as a WA-based company, executive and leadership decisions are made right where you work.   Explore your Woodside at woodside.com.au/careers       About the Role:   At Woodside we aspire to have digitisation embedded in everything we do. When you join Digital at Woodside you will work with teams pioneering new technologies and the application of cloud, data science, process automation, artificial intelligence and cognitive computing. Our success is determined by the pioneering spirit of our people, who live our values every day: respect, discipline, working sustainably, working together, integrity and excellence. We are looking for people with proven technology experience who approach their work with passion and will collaborate extensively to help us realise our Digital Strategy. The UIPath Developer is responsible for developing fit for purpose RPA process automations to derive real business benefits across Woodside’s global operations. Working within Agile teams you will use your proven technical knowledge and experience to analyse business processes and develop RPA automation solutions seeing the process through the lifecycle from testing through to implementation and business handover.           Duties & Responsibilities:   Responsible for developing RPA solutions that meet the business requirements and adhere to Woodside’s architecture and technical standards Prepare and review estimates for RPA development work Participate in analysis of business processes and requirements definition Provide fit for purpose documentation to facilitate handover to operational teams Perform Change Owner role for deployment of technical changes between development, test and production Ensure ongoing review, enhancement and maintenance of the RPA development standards Onshore focal point for offshore RPA developers Adhere to the quality assurance processes and perform peer code reviews Develop strong working relationships across Digital to ensure effective delivery of RPA solutions Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of UIPath and making recommendations relating to new features and enhancements Ensure products delivered meet the Solutions Delivery Procedure Responsible for adhering to and being familiar with Woodside’s Agile delivery principles Perform post deployment activities as required to monitor unattended robot activities and diagnose and resolve support issues Identify and assess opportunities for the implementation of new or improved business processes and present recommendations to relevant managers and forums       Skills & Experience:   Previous experience working in a UIPath Developer role   Proven development skills with experience working with a product UIPath (Studio and Orchestrator) Previous experience in working with .NET, SharePoint, K2 and SAP would be highly advantageous Proven ability to problem solve, multitask, prioritise, guide and influence Experience in – and knowledge of – information technology services in an Oil and Gas context is highly desirable Proven ability to build strong working relationships with various stakeholder groups Strong interpersonal and communication skills       Recognition & Reward:   A career with Woodside is rewarding both personally and professionally.  We offer:   Flexible work arrangements, including part time and job share opportunities Career development through professional development programs and by working alongside industry leaders Possibility of educational assistance to support your career development Opportunities to undertake interesting work on world-class projects A values driven environment where working together is key The opportunity to participate in voluntary initiatives in the community Financial rewards that are linked to performance through an annual bonus Above industry superannuation contributions Industry leading 16-weeks paid parental leave Flexibility of leave provisions for events such as community service, cultural and volunteer activities (one day per annum) Subsidised gym membership in some locations   Woodside aspires to be an industry leader in diversity.   Applications close at 11:59pm AWST on Tuesday 26 March 2019.
Woodside Energy Perth WA, Australia
System Engineer End User Computing     Date: 01-Mar-2019 Location: Perth, AU Company: Woodside Energy Ltd   About Woodside   As a diverse and expanding organisation we have many divisions that support our business. You will find development and career opportunities, you’ll be valued, recognised, challenged and rewarded. What’s more, as a WA-based company, executive and leadership decisions are made right where you work.   Explore your Woodside at woodside.com.au/careers       About the Role:   People are at the heart of Woodside’s success and we require a Systems Engineer to help shape, drive and own the standard operating environment (SOE) and pioneer new workspace solutions across the organisation. You will use your technical expertise to design and recommend solutions to meet the ever-changing needs of our business so our users can work productively and securely from anywhere on any device.   Your Team: Reporting to the Digital Workspace Service Manager who is responsible for Unified Communications and End User computing, you will work in a high performing team across a challenging digital environment and with an organisation that is innovating at pace. You will collaborate extensively to implement Microsoft Windows management, provisioning and image management strategies that are customer focussed and secure.   This is a 12 month fixed term contract based in our head office in Perth, Western Australia.       Skills & Experience:   Deep technical understanding of Windows 10 Operating System, Image Build, and Hardware Compatibility Experience with SOE design and implementation, applications packaging, scripting and deployment Working knowledge of Active Directory, Group Policy, and other Microsoft enterprise services like SCCM 2016 Experience in designing and maintaining large-scale Citrix environments, including both Citrix XenDesktop and XenApp is desirable. Experience in AWS and Azure is also desirable Extensive experience analysing and trouble-shooting OS and Citrix deployment issues Demonstrated ability to deal with diverse stakeholder groups and drive continuous improvements Information Technology/Management-related Degree or IT Tertiary Diploma desirable Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) and/or Microsoft Certifications desirable       Duties & Responsibilities:   Analyse, design and recommend complex solutions for the end user computing systems to meet the ever-changing needs of our business Engineer global automated PC Build environments Coordinate and drive end user computing improvements, in collaboration with our managed service partners Integrate SCCM and other end user computing systems with other desktop lifecycle infrastructure (ITIL, asset management, application catalogue, etc.) Ensure highly available software distribution and patch management and meet compliance targets Design and architect Mobile Device Management platform and advise on BYOD and co-management policies Collaborate with the Infrastructure and cloud teams to maximise uptime and design of highly available systems, achieving performance benchmarks, as well as identifying any system vulnerabilities Develop roadmaps for end user computing systems and services, and contribute to the development of Operating System Standards and Procedures Ensure effective Service Provider engagement plan to manage knowledge transfer, continuous improvement, service quality and Woodside process training Provide engineering guidance and assurance for hardware refresh and Operating system upgrades Implement pro-active monitoring, and lead trouble-shooting during major incidents Ensure Woodside’s Infrastructure Support Service Providers are aware of and operate in accordance with Woodside standards Monitor and manage service quality against agreed SLAs with Service Providers Develop and improve support processes and procedures to maximise benefit and minimise cost Monitor and ensure transparency of the total cost of ownership of infrastructure systems       Recognition & Reward:   A career with Woodside is rewarding both personally and professionally.  We offer:   Flexible work arrangements, including part time and job share opportunities Career development through professional development programs and by working alongside industry leaders Possibility of educational assistance to support your career development Opportunities to undertake interesting work on world-class projects A values driven environment where working together is key The opportunity to participate in voluntary initiatives in the community Financial rewards that are linked to performance through an annual bonus Above industry superannuation contributions Industry leading 16-weeks paid parental leave Flexibility of leave provisions for events such as community service, cultural and volunteer activities (one day per annum) Subsidised gym membership in some locations   Woodside aspires to be an industry leader in diversity.   Applications close at 11:59pm AWST on Friday 15 March 2019
Woodside Energy Perth WA, Australia
Cloud Architect/Full Stack Engineer     Date: 01-Mar-2019 Location: Perth, AU Company: Woodside Energy Ltd   About Woodside   As a diverse and expanding organisation we have many divisions that support our business. You will find development and career opportunities, you’ll be valued, recognised, challenged and rewarded. What’s more, as a WA-based company, executive and leadership decisions are made right where you work.   Explore your Woodside at woodside.com.au/careers       About the Role:   At Woodside we aspire to have digitisation embedded in everything we do. When you join Digital at Woodside you will work with teams pioneering new technologies and the application of cloud, data science, artificial intelligence and cognitive computing. Our success is determined by the pioneering spirit of our people, who live our values every day: respect, discipline, working sustainably, working together, integrity and excellence. We are looking for people with proven technology experience who approach their work with passion and will collaborate extensively to help us realise our Digital Strategy. We are looking for a Cloud Architect/Full Stack Engineer to drive strategic outcomes and technical direction of the enterprise cloud platform.  You will use your excellent communication skills to guide and influence an extended team of service providers to ensure excellence in design, delivery and support of the cloud platform       Duties & Responsibilities:   Work in partnership with the Cloud Transformation Manager, Cloud Engineers, Service Providers and Business Consultants to ensure solution design aspects are consistent with Digital technology vision and roadmap Coordinate and/or perform solution architecture in support of the cloud platform and delivery of initiatives on the platform Co-ordinate technical resources in the cloud team to ensure excellence in design, delivery and support of the cloud platform Work closely with the Cloud Transformation Manager to provide a clear picture of state of cloud platform Provide leadership and guidance to coach, inspire team members and other Digital peers on cloud platform and architecture Develop strong working relationships across Digital and within the Business to support and enable Digital’s business strategy and priorities  Advise and undertake cloud engineering activities where required Provide expert quality assurance and advice around all aspects of cloud solution architecture and use of cloud computing Drive automation and continuous improvement in cloud delivery & operational processes Find new opportunities by staying abreast of industry trends and disrupters and how they can be applied at Woodside       Skills & Experience:   Demonstrated experience in technical hands on cloud IaaS, platform architecture, design and delivery Good understanding of both on-premise and cloud infrastructure, architecture, delivery and support Possesses strong communication skills both written and verbal Previous experience working in senior technical infrastructure roles and DevOps development Hold AWS Cloud Certifications Previous experience in managing small teams would be advantageous Experience with multiple cloud providers (eg. GCP, MS Azure) favourable       Recognition & Reward:   A career with Woodside is rewarding both personally and professionally.  We offer:   Flexible work arrangements, including part time and job share opportunities Career development through professional development programs and by working alongside industry leaders Possibility of educational assistance to support your career development Opportunities to undertake interesting work on world-class projects A values driven environment where working together is key The opportunity to participate in voluntary initiatives in the community Financial rewards that are linked to performance through an annual bonus Above industry superannuation contributions Industry leading 16-weeks paid parental leave Flexibility of leave provisions for events such as community service, cultural and volunteer activities (one day per annum) Subsidised gym membership in some locations   Woodside aspires to be an industry leader in diversity.   Applications close at 11:59pm AWST on Friday 15 March 2019
Woodside Energy Perth WA, Australia
Senior Industrial Security Engineer     Date: 05-Mar-2019 Location: Perth, AU Company: Woodside Energy Ltd   About Woodside   As a diverse and expanding organisation we have many divisions that support our business. You will find development and career opportunities, you’ll be valued, recognised, challenged and rewarded. What’s more, as a WA-based company, executive and leadership decisions are made right where you work. Explore your Woodside at woodside.com.au/careers       About the Role:   People are at the heart of Woodside’s success and we require a Senior Industrial Security Engineer to shape, drive and own  the secure delivery of our OT/ICS systems across one or more of our major capital projects. As a part of this role, you will determine the functional requirements, provide input to the project basis of design and scope of work documents, select and manage the contractor delivering the work (including EPCM contractors, system vendors and integrators), review deliverables (including technical design / implementation details), attend factory acceptance tests (FAT), manage site implementation and acceptance testing (SAT), and manage document as-building. Through-out this process you will ensure the OT security architectural principles are incorporated into engineering changes, through consistent application of Company/industry Standards, platform hardening guides and good engineering practices. You will also provide advice and guidance on security strategies to manage the identified cyber risks in OT and IoT disciplines. Your Team Reporting into the Operational Technology Team Lead, you will work in a high performing team across a challenging ICS/OT digital environment and with an organisation that is innovating at pace. You will have the opportunity to lead and shape the safe and secure delivery of Woodside’s digitisation efforts across our application development, cloud, IoT and robotics service lines in support of the Cyber Team’s core mission of protecting Woodside’s people, brand and reputation. This is a 2 year fixed term contract position based in our head office in Perth, Western Australia.       Duties & Responsibilities:   Deliver secure-by-design solutions by consulting with business stakeholders and projects to identify and reduce risk with innovative, efficient and sustainable controls built-in Manage and influence the lifecycle for security solutions across IT, OT, physical and cloud environments Champion cyber security by informing and influencing service line managers to own and manage cyber threats applicable to their platforms Apply NIST CSF and Woodside’s Engineering Standard for Information Security to system architecture and design Find new opportunities by staying abreast of industry trends and disrupters and how they can be applied at Woodside Drive continuous improvement in Woodside’s security governance, assurance, standards and delivery processes Mentor and coach staff to develop capability within the Cyber Security team       Skills & Experience:   10+ years of experience as an industrial control systems engineer and/or designer Extensive experience working across brownfield or greenfield projects in an EPCM environment Experience in the design, implementation, and operation of industrial controls environments (power plants/energy, manufacturing, utility, or equivalent) with working knowledge of SCADA systems and related hardware and software Extensive knowledge of cyber security fundamentals, with direct experience implementing new controls, ICS systems, or ancillary systems in support of cybersecurity hardening or improvement programs Knowledge of industry and government standards, including practical application of said standards Knowledge of an IT discipline such as networking, Wintel, virtualisation Experience acting as a subject matter expert within engineering teams       Recognition & Reward:   A career with Woodside is rewarding both personally and professionally.  We offer: Flexible work arrangements, including part time and job share opportunities Career development through professional development programs and by working alongside industry leaders Possibility of educational assistance to support your career development Opportunities to undertake interesting work on world-class projects A values driven environment where working together is key The opportunity to participate in voluntary initiatives in the community Financial rewards that are linked to performance through an annual bonus Above industry superannuation contributions Industry leading 16-weeks paid parental leave Flexibility of leave provisions for events such as community service, cultural and volunteer activities (one day per annum) Subsidised gym membership in some locations   Woodside aspires to be an industry leader in diversity.   Applications close at 11:59pm AWST on Friday 22 March 2019
Woodside Energy Perth WA, Australia
Finance Business Partner     Date: 07-Mar-2019 Location: Perth, AU Company: Woodside Energy Ltd   About Woodside   As a diverse and expanding organisation we have many divisions that support our business. You will find development and career opportunities, you’ll be valued, recognised, challenged and rewarded. What’s more, as a WA-based company, executive and leadership decisions are made right where you work.   Explore your Woodside at woodside.com.au/careers       About the Role:   The Finance Business Partner provides expert financial advice to the Marketing, Trading and Shipping (MTS) division on management, financial reporting, budgeting and governance.    The MTS division includes marketing and trading; strategy, power and new markets; commercial shipping; energy and marketing strategy (including domestic gas).   As the primary representative to MTS you will use your excellent interpersonal skills to communicate to non-finance professionals on issues and processes that may impact the business.  You will have a proven ability to manage multiple customers, at varying levels across our organisation, and influence positive outcomes.   This is a permanent role based in our head office in Perth, Western Australia.       Duties & Responsibilities:   Provide expert advice and guidance on complex and emerging issues Establish strong working relationships with all functional team leads Act as the key focal point for the budgeting and forecasting process to ensure effective communication between MTS and Finance Provide insights and feedback to Finance on the business needs of the MTS function to enable enhancements to management information and financial accounting processes Anticipate needs, communicate issues and seek solutions to add value and resolve issues         Skills & Experience:   Post graduate qualification – CPA, CA or equivalent is required for this role Previous experience working in oil and gas or marketing, trading shipping relating to the oil and gas industry would be desirable Extensive experience working in a financial and/or management accountant role Excellent oral and written communication skills with a proven ability to influence positive outcomes and talk finance to non finance professionals in a clear and concise manner Experience of working with SAP, Hyperion and Microsoft excel would be highly regarded       Recognition & Reward:   A career with Woodside is rewarding both personally and professionally.  We offer: Flexible work arrangements, including part time and job share opportunities Career development through professional development programs and by working alongside industry leaders Possibility of educational assistance to support your career development Opportunities to undertake interesting work on world-class projects A values driven environment where working together is key The opportunity to participate in voluntary initiatives in the community Financial rewards that are linked to performance through an annual bonus Above industry superannuation contributions Industry leading 16-weeks paid parental leave Flexibility of leave provisions for events such as community service, cultural and volunteer activities (one day per annum) Subsidised gym membership in some locations   Woodside aspires to be an industry leader in diversity.   Applications close at 11:59pm AWST on Friday 22 March 2019    
Woodside Energy Perth WA, Australia
Commercial Analyst / Senior Analyst Date: 08-Mar-2019 Location: Perth, AU Company: Woodside Energy Ltd About Woodside As we build on our position as Australia’s leading oil and gas company, we rely on a diverse group of people who all bring their unique skills and talent. We’re committed to providing the opportunities for our employees to reach their potential. We call it ‘Developing your Woodside’. After all, only by helping you achieve your potential will we be able to fulfill ours.   Inspire your Woodside at careers.woodside.com.au   About the Role: We are looking for future leaders at Analyst or Senior Analyst level to join our high-performing team.   Analysts are at the heart of our Commercial function. Our Analysts work closely with project teams to frame investment decisions, source information from technical experts and provide the business with insightful analysis to support a range of business decisions.   These positions are offered on a permanent, full time basis, based in our Perth offices. Duties & Responsibilities: This role will provide you with the opportunity to undertake detailed analysis across our base business as well as growth projects. Applying your analytical and problem solving skills you will have the opportunity to develop a deep understanding of our projects and support the business deliver its strategy. You will get exposure to the full lifecycle of project developments where your regular responsibilities will include: Guiding opportunity framing for new investment decisions Designing and developing economic models (primarily using Microsoft Excel) to support the analysis Preparing and/or assuring valuation analysis of a variety of major investment decisions and / or to support commercial negotiations Identifying and clearly communicating valuation insights which add value and inform the direction of the business Working with multidisciplinary teams and managing diverse stakeholders Supporting functional excellence initiatives to improve efficiency and quality of valuation analysis Coaching and supporting junior and graduate Analysts Skills & Experience: We are looking for experienced analysts, so you are probably in a similar role currently and will be at a level where you can work autonomously with minimal guidance or direction. You will have had exposure to the Oil and Gas sector for a considerable part of your career, with recent exposure being highly desirable. You will have an in depth understanding of valuation methodologies and value drivers, including discounted cashflows, risk analysis and corporate financial analysis in addition to knowledge of multiple oil and gas fiscal regimes. You will understand the importance of getting it right, with a track record of providing high quality, accurate and robust analysis for decision making purposes, with the experience to advise the level of detail that is fit-for-purpose for the decision at hand. Your experience developing concise and informative board and executive level communication will demonstrate your ability to ensure valuation analysis effectively guides the decision. Recognition & Reward: A career with Woodside is rewarding both personally and professionally.  We offer: Opportunities to undertake interesting work on world-class projects Career development through professional development programs and by working alongside industry leaders Possibility of educational assistance to support your career development A values driven environment where working together is key Financial rewards that are linked to performance through an annual bonus and share plans for permanent employees. Above industry superannuation contributions Flexibility of leave provisions for events such as community service, cultural and volunteer activities (one day per annum) Subsidised gym membership in some locations   Woodside aspires to be an industry leader in diversity.   Click APPLY to submit your application. Applications close Sunday 7th April 2019, at 11:59pm AWST
Woodside Energy Perth Australia
Expressions of Interest - Planner, Cost Controller & Brownfields Team Lead - Cost Control Date: 15-Mar-2019 Location: Perth, AU Company: Woodside Energy Ltd About Woodside As we build on our position as Australia’s leading oil and gas company, we rely on a diverse group of people who all bring their unique skills and talent. We’re committed to providing the opportunities for our employees to reach their potential. We call it ‘Developing your Woodside’. After all, only by helping you achieve your potential will we be able to fulfill ours.   Inspire your Woodside at woodside.com.au/careers About the Role: Woodside is currently seeking expressions of interest for individuals to join our Projects function as a Planner or Cost Controller, to support activities through all phases of projects. The role involves delivering services across a wide range of workstreams which include Subsea and Pipelines, Drilling and Completions, Topsides, FPSO’s, Onshore and Brownfields.   Potential opportunities would be based in our Perth Headquarters. Duties & Responsibilities: Planner: Support schedule preparation, forecasting, monitoring and reporting in accordance with corporate processes and procedures Support the development of accurate schedule based on the scope of work, project schedule and project execution plan Assist with analysing project schedule risk Support, update and have input to the Basis of schedule document Identifying critical path activities within schedule to enable priorities to be established Participate in cost and schedule assurance reviews Support Weekly Status/Progress updates   Cost Controller: Support Cost Control services in accordance with corporate processes and procedures Prepare cost control records including phased commitments, VOWD, accruals, forecast, budget, AFE and contingency Use dashboard for cost information, cost performance index, cost status and variances Support to establish cost control to align with project scope and CBS Provide cost information to support AFE submissions and revisions and maintain AFE history records Participate in cost and schedule assurance reviews Prepare and maintain Cost Report and monitor cost trends   In addition to above, the Brownfields Team Lead - Cost Control shall: Manage cost control team supporting projects Lead future cost control initiatives and improvements Lead and participate in assurance reviews Co-ordinate and undertake reviews on cost control Foster an integrated cost environment to optimise use of available resources Skills & Experience: Experience in the Oil and Gas industry with recognised tertiary degree or equivalent experience in cost control across all phases of projects Planner: Good Understanding of planning processes and best practice Good Knowledge of planning and schedule tools and techniques Ability to use Planning tools: Primavera, OPRA, Milestone Professional, MS Project, and Office Suite Able to develop and articulate Level 1- 4 schedules Good knowledge in producing quality planning documents Excellent oral and written communication skills, including making presentations as required Able to work on multiple projects of various size and complexity Able to work in small to large multi-disciplinary teams, and share and transfer knowledge within the teams   Brownfields Team Lead - Cost Control / Cost Controller: Good understanding of cost control processes and best practice Ability to use SAP, Unifier and other cost control tools Working knowledge of Cost risk modelling techniques and tools Good understanding of cost and schedule dependency Good knowledge in producing quality cost control documents Excellent oral and written communication skills, including making presentations as required Able to work on multiple projects of various size and complexity Able to work in small to large multi-disciplinary teams, and share and transfer knowledge within the team Effectively manage change to work tasks and the work environment Recognition & Reward: A career with Woodside is rewarding both personally and professionally.  We offer: Flexible work arrangements, including part time and job share opportunities Career development through professional development programs and by working alongside industry leaders Possibility of educational assistance to support your career development Opportunities to undertake interesting work on world-class projects A values driven environment where working together is key The opportunity to participate in voluntary initiatives in the community Financial rewards that are linked to performance through an annual bonus and share plans for permanent employees. Above industry superannuation contributions Industry leading 16-weeks paid parental leave Flexibility of leave provisions for events such as community service, cultural and volunteer activities (one day per annum) Subsidised gym membership in some locations   Woodside aspires to be an industry leader in diversity. Expression of interest applications close at 11:59pm AWST on Sunday 31 March 2019 .