Beach Energy

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Beach Energy Adelaide SA, Australia
Head of Health and Safety Date: 04-Mar-2019 Location: Adelaide Glenside (ADL1), AU Company: Beach Energy Highlights Dynamic Oil and Gas ASX Listed Company Broad, Varied and Interesting work High Performance Culture An exciting new role has presented for an experienced Health and Safety Leader to design, implement and manage Health and Safety standards, policies and procedures to support the effective operation of the business across the whole value chain, reducing health and safety risk and driving sustainable performance. This role reports directly to the Group Executive - Health Safety, Environment & Risk. As part of the Extended Leadership Team, you will be an experienced leader and have the opportunity to further develop your leadership capability and influence in the organisation. If you have impeccable stakeholder engagement skills, enjoy the autonomy in setting new standards, policies and processes and thrive in a role that offers variety in working across all areas of the business this role may interest you. Regular travel is required to sites and offices throughout Australia and New Zealand. About the opportunity The Head of Health & Safety position is an important function in the Health, Safety, Environment and Risk team, with responsibility for: Setting standards for Heath, Industrial Hygiene and Occupation Safety to ensure that these are fit-for-purpose, meet legislative compliance obligations and effectively demonstrate and promote Beach’s HSE culture throughout the organisation; Being the designated Technical Authority (TA) for Occupational Safety supporting the Asset-based General Managers and their Operational teams, and the Construction and Drilling General Managers and teams, in providing Safe Systems of Work for effective management of work execution and operational risk; Ensuring visibility of reporting metrics for the Beach Board and Executive Management team on Health and Safety; Maintain oversight and or conduct investigations, reporting and following up on H&S incidents to ensure the identification of root causes, timely close-out of incidents, to prevent the recurrence of incidents and to ensure that a continuous improvement process is applied; Coordinating and leading company-wide Health and Safety risk management programs, campaigns and initiatives, including aiding sites and projects, to ensure activities are conducted in accordance with regulatory and company standards; Establishing and managing occupational health and industrial hygiene risks through a health risk assessment process; Establishing procedures for case management, fitness for work, and injury classification including protocols involving the company’s medical officer and Human Resources as required; Providing effective SME oversight of key controls within a safe system of work and the systems that define requirements for these, including: Isolations Working at Heights Confined Space Entry Electrical Safety Land Transport Providing an interface across all assets and projects to ensure alignment with and consistency of deployment of the corporate HSE and risk requirements; Annual budget management, including an individual delegation of authority of $1M and department budget of approximately $10M; Managing staff performance and development to ensure timely and quality level of service delivery, aligned with Beach HR systems; Championing the effective implementation and embedding of key processes and systems such as HSEMS, Risk, Approvals, Emergency Response and Compliance across Beach sites through site based HSE personnel; Coordinating with operating assets, projects and other key stakeholders to ensure adequate resources are provided to support Safe Systems of Work, and operational effectiveness Provide assurance of compliance to HSE management system standards and processes across Beach through site-based staff in accordance with an annual assurance plan. Selection Criteria Essential selection criteria Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline or extensive experience in a similar role. Extensive experience in the Upstream Oil and Gas industry, and strong understanding of key HSE and Risk requirements within the hydrocarbon or related industry. Experience in auditing, particularly audits of Major Hazardous facilities, including offshore drilling rigs and production platforms. Experience in deployment of HSE management systems and integration into broader operations management activities. Experience in design, deployment, reporting and assurance of safe systems of work and corresponding electronic systems. Knowledge of relevant industry HSE legislation; AS/NZS 4801 or ISO 18000 (Occupational Health and Safety Management) and AS/NZS ISO 31000 (Risk Management) Proficient in MS Office. Desirable selection criteria Registered Safety Professional (CPMSIA or higher) Training and Assessment qualifications Qualifications in Management or Business (Certificate IV or higher qualifications) Understanding of processing/production plant processes. Relevant Process Safety experience or qualification. About Beach Beach Energy is an ASX listed, oil and natural gas exploration and production company, headquartered in Adelaide, South Australia with additional offices in Melbourne, Victoria and New Plymouth, New Zealand. Founded in 1961, we today have onshore and offshore oil and natural gas production from five basins across Australia and New Zealand, making us a key supplier to the Australian east coast natural gas market. Our values are Safety, Creativity, Respect, Integrity, Performance and Teamwork. We are focused on maintaining the highest health, safety and environmental standards and we are committed to engaging positively with the local communities in which we operate, providing local employment, as well as partnerships with clubs and organisations. Application deadline Monday 18 March 2019 This is an outstanding career opportunity with a leading Oil and Gas ASX Listed Company, enjoy an exceptional work environment within a highly experienced team in a highly respected and progressive company.
Beach Energy Adelaide SA, Australia
Work Health & Safety Lead Date: 07-Mar-2019 Location: Adelaide Glenside (ADL1), AU Company: Beach Energy Highlights Dynamic Oil and Gas ASX Listed Company Interesting work High Performing Culture An opportunity has presented for a qualified Industrial Hygienist to provide Health and Safety (H&S) guidance and support to field (H&S) Advisors, Operational, and Development teams across all of Beach Energy’s activities. As the Workplace Health & Safety Lead (WHS) Lead, you will be tasked to complete Health Risk Assessments across all of Beach’s facilities and setting up programs from these assessments, overseeing incident investigations, incident classifications and case management. As the Designated Technical Authority (TA) for Industrial Hygiene you will support General Managers and their teams across Drilling, Completions and Operations by providing Health Management Systems for the effective management of work execution and operational risk. You will have a strong ability to engage and influence others at all levels with a proven track record of enhancing and sustaining a high safety culture through the development and delivery of campaigns required to mitigate field risks. Regular travel is required to sites and offices throughout Australia and New Zealand. About the opportunity The WHS Lead reports to the Head of Health & Safety position and is an important function in the Health, Safety, Environment and Risk team, with responsibility for: Developing, implementing and maintaining an Occupational Hygiene Program including: Developing the Industrial Hygiene standard and related procedures; Executing a Health Risk Assessment (HRA) to baseline current occupational health hazards and controls for each site or activity (including gas plants, oil fields, offshore platforms, drilling rigs and construction sites; Observing processes, procedures and operating conditions both inside and outside work sites; Developing strategies for evaluating the work site to determine the degree of risk; Collection and analysis of samples to assess worker exposure to physical, chemical and biological agents; Using direct reading instruments, sampling techniques and other methods to measure levels of physical agents such as light, heat, noise and radiation; Determining airborne exposure concentrations of contaminants and compare them to regulatory standards and guidelines and accepted occupational exposure criteria; Evaluating the effectiveness of control strategies implemented to protect against workplace exposures and hazards (for example, personal protective equipment, ventilation systems); Interpreting the results of exposure evaluations and determine risk to human health based on scientific research and recommend ways to control workplace hazards; Being the Designated Technical Authority (TA) for Industrial Hygiene and supports the Asset-based General Managers and their Operational teams, and Construction and Drilling General Managers and their respective teams, in providing a Health Management System for effective management of work execution and operational risk. Fitness for Work and Case Management: Determining standards and related procedures for Fitness-for-Work, Case Management and Incident Classification and effectively deploy company-wide, interfacing with Human Resources and the Chief Medical Officer as required; Recommending the classification of Health and Safety incidents in conjunction with Chief Medical officer where required. Incident Investigation and Reporting: Leading serious incident investigations using formal investigation tools and ensure investigation timeframes are met; Drafting investigation reports and present findings in various company forums. Assurance: Leading or participating in annual assurance activities required of the HSE and Risk Division at various sites, supporting management system reviews of elements pertaining to health and safety; Supporting the Production, Development and Exploration teams with the HSE evaluation, mobilization and monitoring of Contractors and Vendors as per Beach contractor management framework. Safety Campaigns and Culture: Developing and delivering campaigns required to mitigate specific field risks and improve safety culture based on analysis of HSE data, safety culture surveys and recent incidents and near misses. Improving a greater awareness throughout the organisation of the desired safety culture at Beach. Performance Monitoring: Determining appropriate leading and lagging KPIs for all areas of responsibility above, based on industry recommended practice and regulatory requirements. About Beach Beach Energy is a proud Australian oil and gas company with a strong pioneering history. Formed in 1961 and listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in 1962, Beach Energy is an oil and gas exploration and production company that has grown to become Australia’s largest onshore oil producer with a major gas business having operations in South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia, Queensland and New Zealand. Our portfolio of strategically located oil and gas assets positions us for further growth. Beach Energy’s sensitive approach to the environment, commitment to supporting the communities in which we operate, and sponsorship of local organisations all point to a thriving culture. We are committed to providing a diverse, satisfying and fulfilling workplace for all of our people. We value Safety, Creativity, Respect, Integrity, Performance and Teamwork. Applications close on Friday 22 March 2019 This is an outstanding career opportunity with a leading Oil and Gas ASX Listed Company, enjoy an exceptional work environment within a highly experienced team in a highly respected and progressive company.
Beach Energy Adelaide SA, Australia
Expression of Interest Date: 07-Mar-2019 Location: Adelaide Glenside (ADL1), AU Company: Beach Energy Join an ASX listed company Be a part of a Australia’s largest onshore oil producer Opportunities across Australia and New Zealand Beach Energy is a proud Australian oil and gas company with a strong pioneering history. Formed in 1961 and listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in 1962, Beach Energy is an oil and gas exploration and production company that has grown to become Australia’s largest onshore oil producer with a major gas business having operations in South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia, Queensland and New Zealand. Our portfolio of strategically located oil and gas assets positions us for further growth. Beach Energy’s sensitive approach to the environment, commitment to supporting the communities in which we operate, and sponsorship of local organisations all point to a thriving culture. We are committed to providing a diverse, satisfying and fulfilling workplace for all of our people. We value Safety, Creativity, Respect, Integrity, Performance and Teamwork. Further information can be found on our website:- http://www.beachenergy.com.au/ Please follow the link to create your profile, and upload your resume. This Job is open for expressions of interest only Just a reminder that we are not actively recruiting for this Job. But you are welcome to leave your details on file with us. We do not represent that we will necessarily recruit for this role in the future or that we will contact you about it should an opportunity arise.
Beach Energy Adelaide SA, Australia
Supply Chain Specialist Date: 03-Mar-2019 Location: Adelaide CBD (ADL2), AU Company: Beach Energy Highlights Dynamic Oil and Gas ASX Listed Company Career Development Opportunities High Performing and Growing Team We are seeking an experienced Supply Chain Specialist coordinate and execute the purchasing requirements for the operations division to ensure timely supply of goods and services at lowest total cost and risk within the scope of Beach Energy’s policies and processes to maximise value from our Contractual Agreements with third party partner. To be successful in the role, you will need a strong focus on output, and a demonstrated ability to influence and negotiate good outcomes for the business. You will have impeccable stakeholder engagement skills, have a strong desire to achieve, and thrive in a deadline driven environment. This is a great opportunity for someone with purchasing, and SAP experience to develop their career by collectively driving efficiencies and value to contribute to the continued growth of the business. If you are looking for a challenging role in a dynamic and maturing organisation where you are able to build ground up and truly make an impact, this may be the role for you. About the opportunity The role of Supply Chain Specialist is an important function in the Contracts and Procurement (C&P) Operations division reporting to the Contracts and Procurement Manager – Operations with responsibility for: Managing Purchase Orders from order placement to payment, ensuring timely supply of goods and services. Reducing and/or containing costs and managing risk to the business within the P2P scope. Keeping master data relating to site information current (SAP materials, vendors, OA, contracts database and catalogues. Achieving overall results in line with key performance measurements such as Active Vendors, Spend via Catalogue, Spend without PO and benefits. Supporting the implementation of new contractual arrangements into systems and across the business. Ensuring compliance to contractual commitment. Managing low value and non-contractual spend to achieve efficiencies and value for money. Supporting shutdown and planned maintenance activities in relation to required purchasing planning and execution. Ensuring P2P processes at site level are maintained, communicated, implemented and fully utilised in accordance with approved and documented procedures and guidelines. Actively supporting the capability in the business through guidance and training. Management of parked or blocked invoices to facilitate “in full, on time” payment of Supplier’s invoices. Managing Supplier performance and relationships. Essential Selection Criteria Purchasing experience SAP Experience Strong communication and relationship management skills Attention to detail Ability to act with honesty and integrity at all times Ability to work with pressure and within deadlines Strong influencing and negotiating skills Strong ability to execute Desirable selection criteria Coupa Experience or similar Experience and in Oil & Gas Industry Projects or Production Operations and Drilling Operations. About Beach Beach Energy is an ASX listed, oil and natural gas exploration and production company, headquartered in Adelaide, South Australia with additional offices in Melbourne, Victoria and New Plymouth, New Zealand. Founded in 1961, we today have onshore and offshore oil and natural gas production from five basins across Australia and New Zealand, making us a key supplier to the Australian east coast natural gas market. Our values are Safety, Creativity, Respect, Integrity, Performance and Teamwork. We are focused on maintaining the highest health, safety and environmental standards and we are committed to engaging positively with the local communities in which we operate, providing local employment, as well as partnerships with clubs and organisations. Applications close on Monday 18th March 2019 This is an outstanding career opportunity with a leading Oil and Gas ASX Listed Company, enjoy an exceptional work environment within a highly experienced team in a highly respected and progressive company.
Beach Energy Adelaide SA, Australia
Date: 26-Feb-2019 Location: Adelaide CBD (ADL2), AU Company: Beach Energy   Highlights     Dynamic Oil and Gas ASX Listed Company Career Development Opportunities High Performing and Supportive Team   The Beach Contracts & Procurement (C&P) team provides functional support, enabling each part of our business by developing innovative and sustainable solutions.   As Contracts Administrator, you will play a key role supporting the C&P activities for the Projects, Completions and Drilling teams. This opportunity is for a Contracts and Procurement professional to join a dedicated team, supporting stakeholders in the preparation and administration of contracts and purchase orders and effectively planning, monitoring, reporting and communicating updates across the contract life cycle. This role will develop your C&P experience to make an impact in assisting to develop systems and processes in conjunction with the day to day delivery of effective C&P administration and governance.     To be successful in this role, you will have already a strong understanding of Contract and Procurement fundamentals. You will have strong analytical and problem solving skills, have a keen eye for detail and thrive in a deadline driven environment.       About the opportunity     The role of Contracts Administrator is an important function in the Contracts & Procurement Projects team, reporting to the Contracts & Procurement Specialist, with responsibility for: Contract / PO administration and support for the C&P Projects, Completions and Drilling teams (Development). Supporting Development stakeholders in the preparation and administration of contractor and purchase orders by: Development and administration of the contract lifecycle management system Preparing contract status reports for the Development C&P team Facilitating regular team meetings Administration and governance of contracts and purchase orders: Tracking commercial deliverables (e.g. insurances) Processing payment claims Setting-up and administering supplier progress meeting including drafting agenda and minute taking Establishment and variation management of low complexity/risk contracts Developing and maintaining strong C&P stakeholder engagement to support Logistics, Operations and Systems relationships Supporting C&P team with Supplier Performance Management All other duties as reasonably required by Beach Management       Selection Criteria     Essential Selection Criteria   A proven track record of contract and procurement administration & governance. Must have strong analytical, communication and problem-solving skills with demonstrated ability to meet goals and deadlines. Understanding of contracts / purchase orders and their primary components. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. The ability to apply a consistently high level of attention to detail. Highly proficient in MS Office suite of products The ability to work to deadlines and prioritise workload.   Desirable Selection Criteria   A tertiary qualification in commerce or business or equivalent. Knowledge of Contracting and Procurement fundamentals: major procurement, contracting, expediting, materials logistics and warehousing management. Certificates/Member Status in CIPSA or other such Professional Qualifications and/or accreditations in Procurement, Logistics or Supply. Resource industry experience in the field of projects. Commercially astute and have demonstrated negotiation skills.       About Beach     Beach Energy is an ASX listed, oil and natural gas exploration and production company, headquartered in Adelaide, South Australia with additional offices in Melbourne, Victoria and New Plymouth, New Zealand. Founded in 1961, we today have onshore and offshore oil and natural gas production from five basins across Australia and New Zealand, making us a key supplier to the Australian east coast natural gas market. Our values are Safety, Creativity, Respect, Integrity, Performance and Teamwork. We are focused on maintaining the highest health, safety and environmental standards and we are committed to engaging positively with the local communities in which we operate, providing local employment, as well as partnerships with clubs and organisations.   Applications close on Friday 15th March 2019   This is an outstanding career opportunity with a leading Oil and Gas ASX Listed Company, enjoy an exceptional work environment within a highly experienced team in a highly respected and progressive company.