Tyra Future HSE Advisor

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Tyra Future HSE Advisor
EsbjergLocalHealth/Safety/Security/Environment/QualityRef.: MO-158129
Tyra is Denmark’s largest gas field. A full redevelopment will restore the infrastructure that processes 90% of Denmark’s North Sea gas.

After more than 30 years of production the Tyra field requires redevelopment because of the subsidence of the chalk reservoir. This has led to the Tyra platforms sinking by around 5 metres since production started, and has reduced the gap between the sea and the platform decks.

Maersk Oil and it partners in the Danish Underground Consortium (DUC) are committed to progress a full redevelopment plan for the Tyra field.

A full redevelopment will restore important North Sea gas infrastructure of pipelines and platforms. Tyra will continue to be the hub for export of Danish North Sea gas to shore.

The new asset ensures continued production from the Tyra field and the surrounding satellite fields. It also enables future projects and production of oil and gas volumes from the DUC license area as well as third party projects in the North part of the Danish North Sea.
We Offer
We Offer
The safety and wellbeing of people and assets, and protecting the environment is the key priority in Maersk Oil. Achieving Incident Free (IF) in the Tyra Future Project is a Critical Success Factor.

The selected candidate will have significant influence on the way we work safely during the execution stages in Tyra Future Project (TFU) and contribute to TF being a world class project and delivering the new assets and operations ways of working that will sustain into the future.

There will be good opportunities for exposure to HSE in a diverse mega project with numerous internal and external stakeholders. These include colleagues in the TFU team, Operations and the wider Maersk Oil organisation. Furthermore industry bodies, relevant authorities, partners and numerous contractors and suppliers will also be groups the role may need to have successful interfaces with.
There will also be a great opportunity in the role to gain further HSE knowledge from various new expertise involved in TFU.

The Role requirements include professional HSE support to the Tyra Future Delivery Teams, Contract Owners and Contractors at various office, site locations (onshore and offshore), in close collaboration with the Tyra Future HSE Manager. The position is based in Esbjerg with short duration trips to support execution activities on location.

The Maersk Oil Incident Free culture underpins everything we do at TFU and is built on heritage, sustained through innovative thinking, and prided for the level of trust it has earned throughout the years. Without our employees, none of this would be possible. For over a century, Maersk Oil has been doing business where trust means everything. In Tyra Future Project we live and work by our Maersk Values and ACT principles. (Accountability – Collaboration & Trust). The Values and ACT form the foundation for achieving Incident Free.

At Maersk Oil, every employee is empowered to achieve and surpass their potential, while remaining focused on creating lasting business relationships and long-term, sustainable success.

You should be prepared to document your previous work experiences as part of the application process.
Key Responsibilities
Reporting to the Tyra Future HSE Manager, you will support & help drive continuous development of the Tyra Future project HSE Culture to be highly mature and ‘Generative’.

You will support implementation of our HSSE Management Plan and key Strategies to sustain our HSE ambitions for Incident Free. Specifically you will lead ‘IF’ engagements with Contractors (as planned) and ensure ‘IF’ mind-set, Life Saving Rules and other relevant HSE standards compliance is sustained throughout the execution activities.

Other key tasks will include (but not limited to):
  • Supporting and assuring the Contractors successful implementation of the HSE Activity Plan.
  • Ensuring Contracts record and report accurate HSE statistics as required for the Project.
  • Support the TF HSE recognition programme.
  • Focal point for ensuring effective Interface between Contractor Emergency response processes and MO/Project the Project are in place.
  • Support leaders site HSE visit Programme at location.
  • Contribute to HAZIDs and HAZOP events for Contract Preparations.
  • ‘IF’ coach and conduct Inductions as required.
  • Contribute to Project HSE meetings, learning from incidents and Project HSE Communications.
  • Focal Point for Contract related Incident Management, Investigation and HSE Audit.
  • Contribute to identifying Risk and changes, ensuring MOC processes are followed.
  • Provide HSE input and support for new Operational systems & Technologies being implemented in the Project.
Who we are looking for
The ideal candidate is an experienced HSE professional with a proven successful track record in executing HSE management offshore and with Contractors (in Mode 1, 2 & 3 environment). It is a requirement, that you have minimum 5 years operational offshore upstream experience and a minimum 10 years in an HSE role involved with Major Oil & Gas Projects.

You will have had extensive experience in offshore SIMOPS, Marine and Helicopter operations, Brownfield Engineering, Construction, offshore Installation, Hook up and Commissioning, and Contractor HSE Management.
Experience with Onshore fabrication yard HSE Management in Major Projects and in controlling main HSE risks is required.

Experience working with Pipeline/Pipe lay, Diving, ROV and Lifting & Hoisting operations would be an advantage.

As a minimum you hold International Certificate/Diploma in OSH (or currently undertaking studies) and have experience with conducting HSE audits & investigations.

You are competent and confident with new technologies that bring new ways of working in the field. Having experience in implementing Industry Best Practice HSE standards, guidelines and systems such as from OPITO, UKOOA and IOGP , would be an advantage.

The successful candidate will have solid working knowledge and experience of HSE Risk Management systems, processes and tools (including PtW, Bow-Tie, Task risk assessment, Tool box Talks and HAZID/HAZOP), and operational field understanding/practice of Process Safety Management, Safety Critical Equipment, Technical Integrity Verification and Case for Safety requirements.

At the same time you are structured in your work, have a strong planning ethic and attitude to ensure agreed Contractor scopes are delivered.

You role model Incident Free behaviours, are a passionate, energised, positive, displaying the courage and skills to successfully intervene, help put things right and stop the job when it is required. Supportive as a change agent for the new ideas, concepts, technologies and ways of working expected for the TFU development and future operations.

You possess excellent communications skills – able to successfully train, coach and influence a wide range of stakeholders.
You are a resilient team player who is flexible and demonstrate a high level of commitment and thrive in a diverse working environment.
>Last application date: 18 December 2017.
For further information, please contact: Recruitment Partner: Julie.Andreassen@maerskoil.com.
Maersk Oil is an international oil and gas company with a 2016 entitlement production of 313,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. Our production comes from Denmark, the UK, Norway, Algeria, Kurdistan Region of Iraq, Kazakhstan, and the US Gulf of Mexico. Exploration or development activities are on-going in Angola, Kenya, Brazil and in the producing countries. Turning complex and challenging fields into commercial successes has been the cornerstone of Maersk Oil business since 1962. Maersk Oil focuses on pioneering technologies and harnessing talent to continue to operate safely and successfully, creating value for partners and host governments. For more information about Maersk Oil, please visit the website at www.maerskoil.com