Risk Management and Emergency Response Supervisor

The Risk Management and Emergency Response Supervisor, as part of the Safety, Security, Health and Environmental (SSHE) group, has overall responsibility to serve as the administrator of the Risk Management System and Emergency Preparedness System. This position will manage the day-to-day activities related to Global Marine Risk Management and Emergency Preparedness under the direction of the Global Marine SSHE Manager. 

Job Role Responsibilities

Together with SSHE, Marine Quality Assurance and Commercial Managers, identify emerging SSHE risk resulting from Marine and Terminal activities that are either proposed (eg; new business) or presently underway

Initiate risk screening process per the Risk Management manual and, if indicated, charter a formal (higher) risk assessment

Collaborate with ExxonMobil Research and Engineering (EMRE) / EM business units and third parties, when necessary, for technical support

Work with EMRE administrators to ensure the proper risk facilitation process and formalities are followed during the risk assessment

Assist with writing the risk assessment reports, ensuring both Legal and Risk Assessment Steering Committee (RASC) review prior to report finalization

Steward implementation of risk assessment preventative and mitigative measures (P&Ms) through close out

Steward risk assessment training and personnel development, globally, to ensure the health of Risk Management System

Conduct and steward the RASC meetings to ensure risk assessments are conducted via the manual / documented process and to align on residual risk assumptions (eg: Risk Category level(s))

Maintain Risk Management key performance indicators and metrics for systemic health and audit readiness

Collaborate with Central SSHE on maintaining emergency response capability (RRT), including Emergency Support Group (ESG) member competency and Business Continuity (BCP) effectiveness

Job Requirements

Familiar with energy industry process safety and risk management techniques (PHAST, FMEA, HAZOP, Bow Tie, etc.) and incident investigation (root cause analysis, etc)

Familiar with emergency response processes which could include the Incident Command Structure (ICS) or similar response framework

Occasional domestic and international travel.  Flexible and adaptable to various working conditions in the field

Demonstrated ability to handle multiple priorities and stakeholders

Proficiency in the use of computers and possesses good administrative and organizational competencies

Proven ability to manage deadlines and emergency situations

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, & Other Abilities

B.S. in Mechanical or Civil Engineering preferred (other engineering fields will be considered)

Supervisory and / or managerial experience

Strong analytical, computer software (particularly EXCEL and POWERPOINT) and communication skills

Work experience in upstream, midstream and / or downstream operations of the energy industry

SeaRiver is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.