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Shell
15Apr
Senior Compliance Advisor
Shell   via Shell

Job Description

Reporting to the Head of Advice – Asia, the Senior Advisor Compliance is a member of the Asia Advice team within the T&S Compliance organization.The Asia Advice team has responsibility for:

Acting as the first point of contact for all regulatory & compliance advice to the various T&S businesses within their region (including Crude, Products, Energy, Shipping, Operations and Supply);

Providing guidance and advice to T&S businesses on the    Read more

Shell Code of Conduct;

Managing the escalation of more complex regulatory & compliance or Code of Conduct queries to the relevant Compliance SME;

Reviewing new products or activities as part of any T&S new business approval process;

Assisting the T&S Compliance Training team with the allocation and delivery of training;

Providing input to Compliance Risk Assessments.The Senior Advisor Compliance will be responsible for providing Compliance support for a portfolio of T&S businesses within their region.This role will be the primary interface with the business for all regulatory and compliance questions and concerns.This will require expansive knowledge of markets and regulatory framework.The Senior Advisor Compliance will be expected to:

Establish effective business partnering relationships with the T&S businesses within their region;

Develop and maintain a strong understanding of the T&S businesses’ activities, Compliance risks and controls;

Assist the T&S businesses in understanding the Compliance risk implications of their current and proposed new activities, as well as the application of potential risk mitigations and LOD1 controls;

Proactively provide guidance and advice to the T&S businesses in relation to all regulatory & compliance requirements and risks, including (but not limited to):

compliance with external regulations / internal requirements, or conformance with Group Standards, Manuals and Shell Trading Policies;

the understanding and mitigation of regulatory and compliance risks such as market manipulation, anti-trust, bribery & corruption, and money laundering.

Partner as a Compliance Advisory SME with all other parts of the Compliance team, including in the development and execution of the Compliance Training agenda and the annual Compliance Risk Assessment plan.

Mentor and support more junior members of the Compliance Advisory team;

Serve as a Compliance representative in regional leadership meetings, as needed.

Requirements

Bachelor's degree from an accredited university (or equivalent work experience).

Minimum of ten years’ experience in a combination of Trading Compliance or comparable Governance and Audit roles.

Significant knowledge the T&S Businesses (including Crude, Products, Energy, Shipping, Operations and Supply) is required.

Robust understanding of global financial regulations, compliance requirements and the Shell Code of Conduct as they relate to the region.

Strong understanding of trading instruments, trading strategies, and risk concepts.

Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills including the ability to interact with and influence at all levels of an organization and engage with a wide range of stakeholders.

Must be comfortable speaking up, escalating concerns and can provide an independent view and voice.

Must be able to resolve conflict and deliver tough messages with grace.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Team-oriented and collaborative, with the ability to work independently and share knowledge and learnings broadly.

Compliance is a foundation of the way in which T&S does business and therefore integrity is one of the fundamental values that we are seeking as part of the Compliance team.We believe integrity is the hallmark of a person who demonstrates sound moral and ethical principles during their work.Integrity is the foundation on which co-workers build relationships, trust, and effective interpersonal relationships.It is essential that the successful candidate will be able to give clear examples of integrity as one of their core values.

Skills
Shell
11Apr
Analyst Cdd
Shell   via Shell

Job Description

Reporting to the Team Lead CDD, the Analyst CDD is part of the CDD new business team within the Global Financial Crime team.

The global Financial Crime team has responsibility for:

Counterparty Due Diligence as part of initial counterparty onboarding and periodic re-review;

Acting as Financial Crime, Trade Controls and Sanctions Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), where queries from the T&S business are escalated by the Compliance Advisory Teams.The Analyst CDD    Read more

has responsibility for:

Completing risk assessments of new counterparties in line with counterparty due diligence policies and procedures.The Analyst CDD will be expected to:

Develop an understanding of the Trading & Supply compliance systems and controls including a working knowledge of the Financial Crime policy and procedures.

Analyse documentation, assess the risks of new counterparties and complete a risk assessment and recommendation to start business with Shell Trading and Supply.

Complete reviews at different levels of due diligence depending on the risk profile- Simplified, basic, standard and enhanced. Risk assessments to include analysis of findings, identification of any red flags and mitigation.

Liaise with Counterparty Onboarding Focal Points to obtain required company information/documentation.

Analyse substantial amounts of data including transactional data. Verify evidence obtained and identify red flags and other areas of concern.

Prepare documentation to support discussion with Senior Management on counterparties with significant financial crime risks and/or High-Risk PEP relationships.

Ensure compliance with policies and procedures, including handling of customer data to comply with GDPR.

Articulate due diligence requirements and the onboarding process to stakeholders at all levels of the organisation.

Escalate issues that require further investigation.

Prioritise workload with shifting demands and priorities in a fast-paced commercial environment.

Work to tight deadlines and often under pressure.

Be an active and effective member of the Financial Crime team.

Requirements

Bachelor Degree with at least 2 years of working experience in KYC/AML areas.

Experience in Tier 1 Financial Institutions (Wholesale, Commercial/Corporate, Investment Banking) and/or large Commodities or Trading Houses (Oil, Energy) would be highly valuable.

Certifications in AML such as Certified AML Specialist (CAMS), International Association Diploma in Anti Money Laundering or suitable equivalent would be advantageous.

Fluent in Arabic, Russian, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Portuguese or Mandarin would be advantageous.

Understanding of high risk jurisdictions and the associated risks.

Understanding of the risks of dealing with Politically Exposed Persons.

Understanding of corporate structures and complex entity structures including SPVs, Trusts, Funds including identification of Ultimate Beneficial Owners.

Robust written and verbal communication skills.

Stakeholder engagement skills to manage relationships across different businesses and functions.

Exhibit resilience at work. Be able to meet tight deadlines often under pressure.

Self-starter who can work independently demonstrating personal drive and taking own initiative.

Demonstrated ability to collaborate and work effectively in a team.

Compliance is a foundation of the way in which T&S does business and therefore integrity is one of the fundamental values that we are seeking as part of the Compliance team.We believe integrity is the hallmark of a person who demonstrates sound moral and ethical principles during their work.Integrity is the foundation on which co-workers build relationships, trust, and effective interpersonal relationships.It is essential that the successful candidate will be able to give clear examples of integrity as one of their core values.

Skills
Shell
10Apr
Project Electrical Engineer
Shell   via Shell

Job Description

Ensure compliance to the Site HSSE and Process Safety standards, local requirements i.e. Energy Market Authority Act, Electricity Act and local Code of Practices during execution of Engineering Design

Ensure compliance to Shell Electrical DEPs and DEM1 and DEM2 requirements are met and adherence to DCAF throughout the ORS process.

Raise/review deviations, derogation when required and stakeholders are engaged for proper approval.

To support/execute Site lead capital electrical projects when    Read more

required.

Ensure Electrical engineering deliverables from EPC contractors are reviewed at different stages of the project and correct inputs/advice are given when required.

Participate with site project team, EPC contractors and vendors during site walk to address the location plan, construction feasibility and brown field integration.

Attend project meeting to review the EPC deliverables as and when required.

Coordinate with relevant disciplines for integrating the new asset with the existing asset.

Participate and perform Technical bid evaluation of bid packages for Engineering Design and Equipment package.

Participate with the project team for the safety review when required.

Provide assurance during Electrical construction and participate/witness the testing when required.

Develop work plan with contractors, operations, maintenance and all relevant parties for execution with minimum interruption to operating plant. Interface with Operations, Technologists, Engineering, Maintenance & contractors / vendors for smooth execution.

Attend FAT/SAT and Functional testing to ensure electrical equipment’s are meeting the design intent & project premise.

Prepare / execute/review switching plan, method of statement, JHA when required.

Provide electrical support during commissioning & startup for the capital projects.

Review test packages submitted by contractors for completeness and ensure as built make up is done and submit DNF for final update.

Upon project completion, ensure projects have proper closure for all documentation as-built including GSAP and PM plan.

Maintain high equipment reliability by ensuring Flawless Project Delivery is implemented in the project.

Initiate and contribute to improvements including plant safety and reliability.

Support continuous improvement in project and construction toward LEAN

Participate during PSSR to verify and declare the electrical installation are meetings the standards and safe to start-up

Standby duty coverage

Carry out any other related duties as required

Requirements

Diploma/Degree in Electrical engineering.

Minimum 5 years relevant working experience in the field of electrical engineering.

Attend HV Operation Course (EMA)

Oil/petrochemical industry safety course is advantage.

High level of communication and inter-personal skills is required to interact with all parties/discipline

Skills
Shell
05Apr
Maritime Assurance Assessor
Shell   via Shell

Job Description

Purpose:

Assesses the quality of all tankers, dry cargo, bulk carriers and project vessels proposed for use by Royal Dutch Shell Group Companies in accordance with the HSSE & SP Control Framework, the ‘Standard for Ship Quality Assurance’ and the ‘Requirements for the Quality Assurance of Maritime Vessels’.

The objective is to avoid Shell using or being associated with a sub-standard ship thus minimizing the risk of :

- harm    Read more

to people or the environment

- damage to Shell’s reputation

- financial claims on ShellWhilst facilitating business by Group companies in accordance with the Statement of General Business Principles. Accountabilities:

Providing Maritime Assurance advice to all Downstream businesses such as T&S Crude, T&S Products, SELNG, Chemicals, Global Commercial, Manufacturing.

Provision of the positive vetting of cargo transport vessels as detailed in the HSSE &SP Control Framework.

Understand, manage and implement the ‘Standard for Ship Quality Assurance’ and associated ‘Requirements For The Quality Assurance of Maritime Vessels’ on the vessels offered for any forms of Shell employment. Vessels include local bunker vessels, regional trading vessels, international trading vessels, dry bulk carriers, project vessels, launches, hospitality vessels etc.

Responsible for maintaining professional relations with all internal stakeholders (e.g. T&S, SELNG, Chemicals, Global Commercial, Manufacturing) and external stakeholders (e.g. Ship Owners, Oil Companies, Ship Managers, Industry Organisations).The application of established Shell assurance criteria for vessels nominated for Shell Group Business, prior to making a screening decision.

Support the provision of vetting services on a continuous basis by engaging in collaborative activities as required.

Maintenance of the Group Maritime Assurance System (GMAS) database of vessels.

The management of incidents reported to STASCO, including proactive follow up with the technical operator responsible for the day to day management of the vessel involved.

Support time charter assurance in the assurance of over 150 long term time-chartered vessels, in the fleets of some 60 technical operators.

Obtain and Maintain Oil Company International Marine Forum (OCIMF) or Chemical Distribution Industry (CDI) accreditation at an appropriate level of competence to conduct ship inspections.

Conduct Management Reviews of third party technical operators to determine acceptability for level of business.

Recommend improvements to Maritime Assurance requirements and procedures to enhance the screening process.

Requirements

Class I Certificate of Competency Deck Officer (foreign going) or alternatively Class I Certificate of Competency for Engine.

At least 60 months actual sea service aboard tankers, of which not less than 24 months as senior officer on board a tanker with a strong preference for experience on chemical tankers.

Conversant with and ability to apply international legislation (i.e. MARPOL, SOLAS, ISM) and Industry Standards, codes and Guidelines (i.e. ISGOTT, ICS, IBC).

Ability to remain rational, composed and professional under pressure is a distinct advantage to operate successfully in this role.

Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with all levels in an organisation is essential as is the ability to approach problem solving in an innovative manner

It is essential that the incumbent is fluent in English and preferably Mandarin.

Computer literacy with Shell internal applications and SharePoint, Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook etc.

Previous experience ashore in an operational or commercial role and/or external stakeholder engagement experience is considered as an advantage.

Skills
Shell
01Apr
Technical Service Engineer
Shell   via Shell

Job Description

*Job Description

The Ethylene Oxide (EO) catalyst technical service team is responsible for delivering technical services in support of Shell Catalysts & Technologies’ EO catalyst business in the Asia Pacific region.The EO catalyst business is part of the newly rebranded Shell Catalysts and Technologies business which comprises of refining and petrochemicals catalysts, technology licensing and technical services.

This role offers an opportunity to those who are interested to explore    Read more

whether a future commercial role would interest and suit him/her, due to ample exposure in a commercial environment and hands on application of commercial excellence skills and tools in the role.

This role exists principally to:

1. Service EO catalyst sales with a goal to retain incumbency and become customers’ trusted advisor by providing high quality technical service to help existing customers extract maximum value from using our EO catalysts.

2. Support existing sales and new business development activities for the EO catalyst business by using technical & commercial expertise, to meet business growth targets.

3. Provide input to planning for longer term business growth by giving quality technical direction, input and market feedback to catalyst R&D programs to retain incumbency and be well positioned for winning new businesses.

Accountabilities:

1. Develops catalyst sales/technical proposals both for retaining existing customers and winning new customers, using advanced techniques and modeling tools

2. Leads safe on-site customer catalyst start-ups together with Technical Service Associate/s, for a duration of 10 to 14 days per event

3. Provides technical support to existing customers and ensure catalyst performance meets contractual obligations by analyzing catalyst performance data, providing catalyst optimization advice as required, troubleshooting complicated operating issues and advising technical solutions to customers

4. Builds trust and relationship with customer technical and operations team through close contact, providing excellent technical support and proposing solutions to improve unit operations and business margin.

5. Understands customers’ unit constraints and business needs and pro-actively start discussion with customers on next catalyst cycle operating conditions and catalyst options, technical and economic benefits with the goal of retaining the customer’s business.

6. Supports Business or Sales Manager during the sales and negotiation process of catalyst deals

7. Works with colleagues from other Shell businesses (eg. Chemicals, Trading, other catalysts types, technical licensing and services) to address customers’ needs/ambitions and maximize overall value for Shell.

8. Collect and share competitor intelligence and market information with global EO catalyst community.

9. Provide customer needs and market intelligence to R&D programs for new catalyst product development

10. Co-organize regional technical conferences as part of organizing committee and/or as a presenter

Requirements

*Requirements

Bachelors degree (or higher) in Chemical Engineering with minimum 5 years’ work experience in refining and/or petrochemical industry as process engineer

Work experience in catalytic units is preferred, but general background in other refining and/or petrochemical processes will also be considered

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

Proficient in use of spreadsheets and computer models

Excellent communication skills (speaking, writing and presentation)

Pro-active, able to work independently, balance priorities and take ownership for assigned work

Have a strong customer orientation with commercial mindset/acumen

Good time management skills

Able to build relationship with others and a good team player

Uncompromising on safety, ethics & compliance

Proficiency in Chinese/Mandarin is preferred

Willing to travel as 40-50% traveling is expected.

Skills
Shell
26Mar
Technical Service Expert - LubeAnalyst Marine
Shell   via Glassdoor

Job Title


Technical Service Expert - LubeAnalyst Marine


26-Feb-2019


28-Mar-2019



No. of Positions



1




Job Description



The role requires the incumbent to ensure timely operational delivery of SMP Technical Services, Shell LubeAnalyst Marine, Lube Charts, IT development of Shell as well as a    Read more

mediator between external service providers, Shell colleagues and customers. The key objective is to help enable delivery of the long term Marine business aspiration.



Operational delivery of LubeAnalyst Marine


Own and manage diagnostic protocols, diagnostic manual, diagnostic automation and diagnostic profile administration


Manage delivery of IT services, for example, support, maintenance, development including testing of IT releases on behalf of the Business; work closely with the Offshore IT team to ensure that the LubeAnalyst Marine platform remains operational round the clock. Take proactive actions to keep the LubeAnalyst Marine IT platforms sustainable and Fit-For-Purpose


Delivering second line technical support, to the regional technical teams


Monitor performance of external service providers, offering advice and setting priorities as necessary


As part of the central team, develop and implement innovative but pragmatic and cost-effective solutions to simplify and to automate activities as much as possible to reduce manual activity


Conduct Root Cause Analysis of product performance related claims. When required work closely with teams, and also with external customers if required.


Assist with ongoing LubeMonitor (CCM) programmes


Support other activities delivered by MTSC Team, for example, ad-hoc projects, OEM relationship management, training / mentoring of regional colleagues, registration and delivery of Lube Survey


Carry out ship and offshore platform visits as required to cover increasing demand of advanced technical service



Auto req ID



101789BR




Skillpool


Commercial Business to Business (B2B)



Country of Work Location


Singapore



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.



Disclaimer


Please note: We occasionally amend or withdraw Shell jobs and reserve the right to do so at any time, including prior to the advertised closing date.


Before applying, you are advised to read our data protection policy. This policy describes the processing that may be associated with your personal data and informs you that your personal data may be transferred to Royal Dutch/Shell Group companies around the world.


The Shell Group and its approved recruitment consultants will never ask you for a fee to process or consider your application for a career with Shell. Anyone who demands such a fee is not an authorised Shell representative and you are strongly advised to refuse any such demand.


Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Work Location


Singapore - Metropolis



Requirements



COC2 or Marine Engineering Degree with min 2 years sea going experience.


Wide knowledge on laboratory instrumentation, procedures and standard test methodology is strongly desired


Technical experience which would ideally include practical experience in the operation and maintenance of machinery plant,


Marine and technical knowledge and knowledge on Marine Fuels / Lubricants including used oil analysis and condition monitoring would be of advantage


Virtual Team working


Experience in working with virtual teams would be an advantage


Communication skills


Proven ability to communicate effectively in a virtual environment


Strong verbal and written skills, at least in English language



City, State (if applicable)


Singapore

Skills
Shell
26Mar
Engineer, Materials/Corrosion
Shell   via Glassdoor

Job Title


Engineer, Materials/Corrosion


25-Feb-2019


27-Mar-2019



No. of Positions



3




Job Description



To Provide specialist advice on all matters pertaining to material/corrosion in the refinery and/or chemical plants; a technical backup, support and source of reference to the whole site on all    Read more

materials selection and corrosion problems. If necessary, will be the focal point to enlist and co-ordinate the use of consultants, contractors and other specialists (internal and external).


Assist the Production Unit under his/her care in ensuring the technical integrity of the assets and the achievement of pacesetting levels of maintained availability, reliability and facility utilisation.


To work closely with the Inspection engineers and TA teams to develop optimum scope for the TA.


Lead and drive alignment, standardization and improvement for materials and corrosion, inspection practices, guidelines and policies.


Support the development of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to measure/trend activities relating to site integrity performance.


To drive and facilitate the Risk Based Inspection (RBI) assessment and reviews that includes implementation of Integrity Operating Windows and Design Operating Windows.


Lead, support and conduct failure analysis for equipment integrity related incidents.



Auto req ID



101480BR




Skillpool


Materials and Corrosion



Country of Work Location


Singapore



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.



Disclaimer


Please note: We occasionally amend or withdraw Shell jobs and reserve the right to do so at any time, including prior to the advertised closing date.


Before applying, you are advised to read our data protection policy. This policy describes the processing that may be associated with your personal data and informs you that your personal data may be transferred to Royal Dutch/Shell Group companies around the world.


The Shell Group and its approved recruitment consultants will never ask you for a fee to process or consider your application for a career with Shell. Anyone who demands such a fee is not an authorised Shell representative and you are strongly advised to refuse any such demand.


Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Work Location


Singapore - Pulau Bukom



Requirements



Job Requirements:



Degree in Metallurgy/Materials science/Mechanical Engineering with at least 5 years of materials and engineering experience in oil and/or petrochemical industry.


Familiar with Risk Based Inspection (RBI) methodology and implementation.


Good understanding and familiar with safety practices involved in materials and corrosion / inspection / NDT works.



City, State (if applicable)


Singapore

Skills
Shell
25Mar
Airport Operations Manager
Shell   via Glassdoor

Job Title


Airport Operations Manager


25-Feb-2019


27-Mar-2019



No. of Positions



1




Job Description



Purpose & Accountabilities:



Responsible and accountable for the day to day refueling operations in Seletar Airport


Good working knowledge    Read more

and appreciation of HSSE


Excellent stakeholder management both internal and external ( Airport and government authorities )


Ability to lead a team of operators in aircraft refueling operations


Manage airport OPEX and implement cost optimization initiatives including inventory management of critical spares for better efficiency.


Manage stock reconciliation and reporting on monthly basis


HSSE Compliance and Leadership


Strong Knowledge of HSSE


Understanding of Risk Assessment Matrix and Application


Ability to lead and initiate HSSE programs


Provide the interface for government compliance in terms of regulations requirements



Dimensions:



Manage a team of operators (3rd Party Contractors)


Equipment: Tank Farm , 05 Refueling Vehicles & IT Equipment



Auto req ID



101664BR




Skillpool


Commercial Business to Business (B2B)



Country of Work Location


Singapore



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.



Disclaimer


Please note: We occasionally amend or withdraw Shell jobs and reserve the right to do so at any time, including prior to the advertised closing date.


Before applying, you are advised to read our data protection policy. This policy describes the processing that may be associated with your personal data and informs you that your personal data may be transferred to Royal Dutch/Shell Group companies around the world.


The Shell Group and its approved recruitment consultants will never ask you for a fee to process or consider your application for a career with Shell. Anyone who demands such a fee is not an authorised Shell representative and you are strongly advised to refuse any such demand.


Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Work Location


Singapore Airlineroad



Requirements



Skills & Requirements:



Possess a minimum diploma/degree ( Mechanical / Electrical / Chemical Engineering ) qualification with 5 years of experience in an oil gas or manufacturing industry.


Must be able to read and understand pipeline and instrumentation drawing


Strong leadership skills to manage a team to deliver operational and HSSE excellence


Good interpersonal & stakeholder management skills to manage people and relationships at all levels (with both internal and external stakeholders).


Good track record in delivering business initiatives through a team.


Strong organizational and time management skills.


Resourceful, ability to work under pressure and under demanding dead line.


Knowledge of tank farm maintenance an added advantage



City, State (if applicable)


Singapore

Skills
Shell
22Mar
Solutions Analyst
Shell   via Shell

Job Description

The Connected Energy group is an integral part of Shell’s global New Energies strategy. Connected Energy’s vision is to enable customer choice and empower customers to lead cleaner, more productive, affordable, and more convenient lives by providing market-leading energy solutions. This effort will position Shell to capture value created by the increasingly distributed nature of the electricity grid, the emergence of cost-competitive distributed and digital technologies and    Read more

increasing customer choice.

The Connected Energy (CE) group is responsible for innovating, developing and delivering a portfolio of new products, services and business models in the Downstream Energy space aiming to meet the ever so complex energy needs of Industrial, Commercial customers and the evolving needs of communities.

This activity will support and enhance Shell’s current power trading activities and aims to complement the existing sales and origination activities of Shell Energy entities (direct sales to large customers) and their channel partners (indirect sales to residential and SME customers). Today Shell Energy is active in North America (SENA), Europe (SE-EE) and expanding their footprint in Singapore, Philippines, Japan, China, Brazil, India and Australia.

Shell is looking for innovative, motivated and experienced professionals ready to contribute to redefining how power and thermal systems will work in the future.

As the Solutions Analyst, you will be a key member of the regional Projects Delivery team, providing the techno-economic and financial analysis that underpins the customer value proposition, creates value for Shell and appropriately prices in risks and benefits of the technical solution.The Analyst will work closely with the regional solutions development manager, deal delivery team, internal technical and functional experts, outside technical consultants and EPC partners.The analyst will deliver recommendations for client opportunities in the Commercial, Industrial, Campus and Institutional/public sector projects that improve resiliency, lower energy costs and/or achieve sustainability goals.

This position will report to the Head of Projects and Delivery for Connected Energy Asia Pacific, with a dotted line to the Head of Technology and Analytics, working closely with the regional Solutions Development Manager and within Connected Energy for guidance in tool use and analytics work flow.

Accountabilities

Work with Projects Delivery Team to qualify potential opportunities, on basic technical and economic merits, and where projects may not meet standards then challenging the team and proactively recommending appropriate technical choices and/or commercial terms (e.g., price, contract tenor, risk management) to improve attractiveness to client and to Shell.

Perform detailed techno-economic analysis and modelling to identify the solution range for an integrated solution, working closely with technical front- end design team, other internal functional expertise, and technical vendors as needed.

Help structure design alternatives with technical counterparts, documenting key assumptions around customer energy use cases, regional environmental conditions, energy alternatives, and technical performance which impact the offering.

Prepare complex techno-economic models outlining operational and economic characteristics of projects, project risks and customer benefits, to be used for internal capital approvals process as well as client proposals.

Own and be accountable for the economic section of design proposal through internal Shell approvals process and client meetings.Present technical and financial solution to both Shell management and client management, as needed.

Maintain expert proficiency in the latest Distributed Energy Resource (DER) technologies, including cost and performance attributes; the economics of distributed versus grid energy and trade-offs; and the value chain economics of hydrocarbon versus renewable technologies in the Asia Pacific region.

Selectively create internal modelling and optimization tools for techno-economic modelling, but also be familiar with off-the-shelf tools for DER modelling, building sciences, and co-optimization of thermal and electrical systems.

Proactively participate in techno-economic ‘communities of excellence,’ using that forum to share local expertise, modelling tools, advancing knowledge on optimal technology configurations, sharing best practices and competitive knowledge; and developing case studies to advance the business.

Requirements

Education/Required Experience

University degree in Electrical/Mechanical/Chemical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics or a related field, from an accredited institution.

Additional training or specialization in energy systems engineering, energy systems optimization, and engineering economics is a strong plus.

At least 10 years of design experience, technical sales or project development in the field of power generation, cogeneration, distributed renewables and energy supply.

Demonstrated knowledge of central and distributed generation economics (e.g., solar PV, storage); distributed load control; and grid economics.

Strong understanding of regional fuel pricing dynamics and cost build-up to power and/or thermal delivery, and how that impacts LCOE for different distributed technologies.

Knowledge of capabilities and economics of ‘building sciences’ in areas of building automation, smart lighting, HVAC.

Proven expertise at using energy models for optimizing distributed energy systems, particularly where there is import/export opportunity to a power grid.

Outstanding analytical and quantitative skills to uncover best solutions, challenging initial designs and design assumptions.

Innovative thinker, systems and solutions oriented.

Self-starter; strong prioritization, communication and organizational skills to accommodate time-sensitive and/or multiple projects

Strong team player, comfortable in uncertain environments with a rapidly changing business dynamic.

Special challenges

Manage multiple interfaces and maintain effective collaboration with internal businesses and functions and external stakeholders and entities.

Assist in developing solutions that result in shared value to Shell and customers creating integrated value in other parts of Shell as well as New Energies.

As this is an evolving business for Shell, the successful candidate will be able to thrive and contribute in a fast-paced developing business environment.

Multiple disciplines (technical, commercial, financial, legal, regulatory, external affairs) will have to be involved to develop and launch feasible options.

Additional Information

New Energies is a newly formed strategic theme and line of business within RDS, focused on delivering one of the key elements of the Shell strategy. New Energies consists of Wind Operations, Wind Business Development (offshore wind), New Fuels (hydrogen, e-mobility, biofuels, GTL Marketing) and Energy Solutions (Energy Access, Connected energy, Consumer Energy). New Energies is an agile, risk-taking and fast-moving environment where everyone is expected to lean in.

Skills
Shell
21Mar
Contracts Team Lead
Shell   via Glassdoor

Job Title


Contracts Team Lead


20-Mar-2019


19-Apr-2019



No. of Positions



1




Job Description


The Trading and Supply Contracts Unit in the East provides a commercially driven service to the SLMT, Crude, and Products trading teams in, amongst others, SIETCO in Singapore, SELNG in Singapore,    Read more

SWLNG in The Hague, SITME in Dubai and various downstream supply business units in the East.


The Commercial Advisors in the said Contracts Unit are responsible for the management of the entire trading and supply Contracts process from pre-deal to and post-deal contractual activities, providing commercial/contractual advice on drafting and reviewing of contracts (including master agreements and confirmations for the derivatives and emissions trading business) and ad hoc problem solving involving trading and supply contracts.


As the Contracts Unit functions as an integrated team supporting a myriad of activities carried out by various businesses within Trading & Supply, you will be called upon to provide support to various businesses in conjunction with resourcing optimization and personal development. These businesses include the physical crude and products trading and supply business, the emissions trading business, the derivatives and risk marketing businesses, the LNG trading business and the downstream LNG business.


As a Team Lead, a summary of the job description and your primary responsibilities are as follows:


Lead and develop a professional, competent and cost efficient team to support the commercial business of Trading & Supply. The position includes significant managerial challenges including regular assessment and development of staff performance.


Provide direction, guidance, coaching and mentoring to Commercial Advisors and Contracts Support Analyst(s) and Operations Support Document Analyst(s) in close consultation with the Regional Contracts Manager on progression, development and succession planning.


Provide and demonstrate leadership accountability for (a) managing team and stakeholder performance towards meeting agreed performance targets, (b) ensuring regulatory operational effectiveness consistent with documented controls; and (c) development of staff.


Promote an environment that supports the active identification of control improvements to eliminate control weaknesses through reporting and review of relevant learnings.


Engage all relevant stakeholders as well as internal functions for the purposes of managing and enhancing team and stakeholder performance.


Anticipate and manage growth areas in the commercial business and allocate resources and work allocation of Commercial Advisors Contracts Support Analyst(s) and Operations Support Document Analyst(s) accordingly to support the commercial business in an optimal fashion.


Manage resourcing strategies in consultation with the Regional Contracts Manager and undertake necessary job postings and candidate screenings as well as conduct requisite interviews for hiring of Commercial Advisors, Contracts Support Analysts and/or Operations Support Document Analysts.


Provide pre and post deal commercial advice plus general contractual advice to support the Business objectives.


Combine commercial knowledge with contracts expertise to deliver tangible value to Shell’s bottom line.


Advise traders of the commercial, contractual and financial risks associated with their business, identifying areas where there are opportunities for value creation as well as areas where the exposure to value leakage exists.


Draft, review and negotiate term deals, tenders, storage agreements, and master/sideletter agreements directly with customers with an emphasis on negotiating terms and conditions that maximizes value and mitigates contractual exposures to minimize profit leakage.


Review and authorise all contracts/responses, making modifications where necessary to ensure contracts accurately reflect the terms agreed, and to ensure all contracts are fit for purpose prior to dispatch.


Review 3rd Party terms and conditions and negotiate amendments as required to minimise contractual exposure and ensure they acceptable and comply with Shell Group policy and standards whilst at the same time maintaining a keen sense of commercial acumen in empowering the business objectives of creating new and additional channels for trade.


Help find opportunities to increase value by working intimately with trading desks and closely with other businesses across the value chain and advise the trading desks in negotiating complex contractual arrangements and structured contracts in close consultation and collaboration with various functional subject matter experts such as Finance, Credit, Legal, etc.


Provide contractual support in drafting and negotiating ad hoc agreements to facilitate new business development/growth projects.


Provide advice, help and commercial astute options in achieving win-win resolutions of contractual disputes with counterparties, liaising with legal counsels as necessary.


Maintain an awareness of any new trade opportunities and regulatory restrictions that may involve changes to existing procedures or support processes and remain constantly adaptable towards procedural changes necessary to facilitate such new opportunities without compromising on internal policies and overall governance and risk control framework.


Must be accessible to the trading floor and available to engage and collaborate with traders, commercial operations and other functions, taking part in commercial discussions to help deliver the greatest value for Shell. Close collaboration and integration with the business is critical to success.


Lead/actively participate in running the Contracts Workshop and administering the Contracts assessment as part of the Trader Development Program and in training new commercial operators and trading staff.


Ensure that the accumulated experience of traders, schedulers, contracts and claims staff are captured and past learnings applied to maximize value creation and minimize profit leakage.


Maintain mastery in undertaking the comprehensive role played within Shell’s Control Framework and protect Shell’s license to operate by ensuring/verifying that all contracts comply with all local implementation policies, manual of authorities, business controls, Shell Group policy and standards as well as meet all regulatory and regulated market requirements.


Incorporate Shell's five behavioral imperatives into daily work ethic (external focus, commercial mindset, delivery, speed and simplicity).



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103950BR




Skillpool


Trading Operations



Country of Work Location


Singapore



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.



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Work Location


Singapore - Metropolis



Requirements



Minimum of five years relevant experience within an Oil/Gas Trading environment with extensive exposure to contract construction and language used internationally and domestically.


Proven experience leading teams highly desirable.


Experience in dealing with or managing teams in a cross jurisdictional and cross cultural context preferred.


Must have proven experience in energy /commodity trading or shipping environment in a commercial, operational, legal or paralegal/contract administration role.


Possess strong negotiating skills and be able to manage the expectations of various stakeholders to a contract and across the organisation.


Must have a flexible approach and be commercially focused with the ability to work independently and as part of a team.


Must have the ability to prioritise work load, adhere to tight deadlines and be able to operate under minimal supervision.


Must have a strong controls framework mindset.


Must have a proven problem solving ability with a focus on speed and simplicity.


Must be a continuous improvement champion.


Must have strong commercial skills with strong corporate and/or transactional experience.


Must be meticulous with a keen eye for detail and able to work in a fast-paced and challenging environment.


Must have good interpersonal skills and be able to communicate effectively with both internal and external customers/stakeholders.


Must be competent with presentations to a commercial audience and be able to independently undertake face to face collaborations and negotiations with both internal and external customers/stakeholders.


Must be highly organised and be able to take on records management responsibilities independently.


Must be prepared to undertake Business travel, where required.


Must be fluent in English (verbal & written). Fluency in Mandarin also highly preferred.



City, State (if applicable)


Singapore

Skills