Deputy SSHE Manager (Huizhou)


Huizhou, 44, CN

Company:  ExxonMobil
Job Role Responsibilities

•Coordinate interfaces with Government agencies and external stakeholders on safety, environmental, regulatory compliance and permitting issues for ExxonMobil Huizhou Chemical Complex.
•Focus mainly on regulatory affairs and regulatory requirements interface with government.
•Point of contact to attend SSHE related government meetings on behalf of the company.
•Guide Government and industry advocacy efforts for SSHE issues with potential impact on ExxonMobil Huizhou Chemical Complex project activities.
•Help the recruit of SSHE team. Ensure that the SSHE group is adequately staffed with appropriate skill sets to provide quality SSHE resources and services to site/unit/project.
•Set safety culture and oversee the safety of all direct reports.
•Mentor SSHE staff, identify staff development needs / opportunities and provide timely, constructive feedback and guidance to facilitate career development and competency.
•Provide leadership for personnel and process safety, risk, OIMS, security, health, environmental, regulatory, and emergency response/preparedness programs and overall awareness within applicable site/unit/project.
•Manage OIMS implementation and execution such that unit/project meets or exceed the Corporate OIMS expectations.
•Develop and steward implementation of safety management systems and processes, safety reporting, and incident investigation based on global standards and practices.
•Communicate with and advise as necessary Senior Management on site/unit/project specific SSHE issues.
•Facilitate implementation of risk assessment and management program elements and steward results for learnings and gap closures.
•Steward regulatory compliance assessments, OIMS assessments, and external stakeholder assessments for best practices and lessons learned.
•Develop environmental and regulatory compliance plans and strategies consistent with operating and project requirements.
•Accountable for project SSHE stewardship and reporting.
•Coordinate unit/project emergency preparedness and response activities, evaluate performance, and implement improvement from lessons learned.

Required Skills and Knowledge

•Bachelor degree or above in Engineering / Science / Polymer.
•10+ years in petrochemical manufacturing or project or maintenance experience, including 3 - 5 years in SSHE related. Knowledgeable about local SH&E legislation and industrial practices.
•Proven leadership, team building, influencing, strategic, forward looking and public relations skill.
•Government interface experience with strong communication skills.
•Experience in international projects, MNC or JV is an advantage.
•Be able to use English/Chinese as working language.