OPERATIONS MANAGER

  • Full time, permanent role
  • Salary £78,000 plus benefits

A new and exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Dragon LNG leadership team.  Dragon LNG are recruiting for an Operations Manager who will be a core member of the Extended Leadership Team, lead the Operations team and manage all operational activities associated with the safe and efficient running of our LNG terminal. 

The successful candidate will possess a strong track record of operational delivery, strong skills and knowledge of continuous improvement, financial management and budget holder experience, as well as highly effective leadership and interpersonal skills.  The candidate must be able to develop productive and collaborative relationships both internally and with key stakeholders externally.

The Operations Manager will be accountable for delivering on operational strategy, ensuring compliance with all legislative, industry and site regulations for an upper tier COMAH site.  The Operations Manager is responsible for managing process, planning, control and performance improvement of terminal operations and contributing to the success of the organisation through achieving our company objectives – safe, reliable, competitive, agile.

The role responsibilities will include:

  • Ensuring the safe, reliable and efficient operation of the LNG import, storage and re-gasification terminal.
  • Maintaining operational integrity and operational safety standards of the LNG terminal.
  • Liaising with other business functions to identify plant improvements and facilitate in the design of modifications to improve cost, availability and reliability of facilities.
  • Providing strategic and tactical technical support for all organisational projects.
  • Consistent application of policy throughout the operations team, including manning, fatigue management and overtime.
  • Consistently demonstrating model leadership behaviours in line with company values.
  • Developing a highly multi-skilled and motivated team.
  • Budget holder for operations. Monitor and control OPEX and CAPEX expenditure.
  • Owner of Assurance Plan and Risk Scorecard for the Operations function.
  • Supporting the development and maintenance of an Asset Reference Plan to understand future opportunities for DLNG in the evolving energy sector.
  • Championing Continuous Improvement within the Operations team.
  • Core member of the crisis management team for the site with rotating responsibility for crisis management situations.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Degree level education or equivalent.
  • NEBOSH qualification in health and safety or equivalent.
  • Operations management or leadership experience in Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals or LNG Industry.
  • Plant operations experience of COMAH installations including the application of relevant UK, international legislation or codes of practice.
  • Marine operations and shipping including unloading / unloading experience.
  • Leadership and people management skills.
  • Demonstrate a strong commercial mindset and awareness.

Please click here to view the full Job Description.

To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter to recruitment@dragonlng.com

Application deadline: 17:00 on Friday 15th October 2021

 

 

MAINTENANCE MANAGER

  • Full time, permanent role
  • Salary £78,000 plus benefits

A new and exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Dragon LNG leadership team.  Dragon LNG are recruiting for a Maintenance Manager who will be a core member of our Extended Leadership Team, lead the Maintenance team and manage the planning and execution of all maintenance activities associated with the safe and efficient running of our LNG terminal. 

The successful candidate will possess a strong track record of maintenance execution delivery, strong skills and knowledge of continuous improvement, financial management and budget holder experience, as well as highly effective and demonstrable leadership and interpersonal skills.  The candidate must be able to develop productive and collaborative relationships both internally and with key stakeholders externally.

The Maintenance Manager will be accountable for executing maintenance through robust planning, work preparation, scheduling and performance measurement whilst ensuring compliance with all legislative, industry and site regulations for an upper tier COMAH site.  The Maintenance Manager will be responsible for managing and coordinating asset integrity, maintenance, inspection and testing activities to assure the continued safe operation of the terminal, contributing to the success of the organisation through achieving company objectives – safe, reliable, competitive, agile.

The role responsibilities will include:

  • Preparing and executing an effective and optimised predictive, preventive and corrective maintenance programme.
  • Ensuring condition monitoring programmes are executed and reported to support equipment replacement plans and optimise maintenance frequency periods.
  • Budget holder for maintenance. Monitor and control operational and capex expenditure.
  • Develop and implement the maintenance strategy and Asset Integrity Management System (AIMS). Develop and manage KPIs associated with maintenance activities.
  • Liaising with other business functions to identify plant improvements and facilitate in the design of modifications to improve cost, availability and reliability of facilities.
  • Providing strategic and tactical technical support for all organisational Projects.
  • Driving continuous improvement relating to maintenance efficiency by increasing “Tool Time” and reducing maintenance backlog.
  • Ensuring through effective management of the Stores team, that adequate processes are in place to ensure adequate spares and inventory are available to carry out all maintenance activities.
  • Consistently demonstrating model leadership behaviours in line with company values.
  • Developing a highly multi-skilled and motivated team.
  • Carry out regular reviews of all vendors and contractors in line with current C & P procedures. Act as Contract Owner for key maintenance contracts.
  • Owner of Risk Scorecard for Maintenance function.
  • Supporting the development and maintenance of an Asset Reference Plan to understand future opportunities for DLNG in the evolving energy sector.
  • Championing Continuous Improvement within the Maintenance team.
  • Core member of the crisis management team for the site with rotating responsibility for crisis management situations.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Preferred Degree in Engineering discipline or equivalent.
  • Preferred Chartered Engineer.
  • NEBOSH qualification in health and safety or equivalent.
  • Understanding of the Health and Safety, Environmental and Quality standards that are applied with a top tier COMAH installation.
  • Maintenance Management experience in Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals or LNG Industry.
  • Multi-disciplinary maintenance management experience including electrical, mechanical and C&I.
  • Plant operations experience of COMAH installations including the application of relevant UK, international legislation or codes of practice.
  • Leadership and people management skills.
  • Demonstrate a strong commercial mindset and awareness.

Please click here to view the full Job Description.

To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter to recruitment@dragonlng.com

Application deadline: 17:00 on Friday 15th October 2021

 

 

FIELD HSE OFFICER

  • Full time, permanent role
  • Salary £37,000 per annum plus benefits

Dragon LNG are recruiting for a Field HSE Officer to join our brilliant, dedicated and experienced HSE team to support in the operations of our LNG terminal, where safety is our number one priority.

Reporting to the HSE Manager, the role holder will engage and influence across the organisation to promote our health, safety and environmental culture, being a champion of HSE best practice and supporting the company in compliance with HSE regulations and legislation.

The successful candidate will provide a hands-on approach to support the resolution of HSE challenges and issues arising from work activities on site.  They will be a point of contact for personal safety risk management and promote and support the implementation of the Dragon LNG integrated HSE and COMAH Major Accident Prevention policy.  They must have relevant experience in a HSE environment, excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to build collaborative relationships across the organisation.

The role responsibilities include:

  • Carrying out risk assessments, inspections and audits.
  • Accident, incident and near miss investigations.
  • Undertaking internal and external health and safety audits, liaising with regulatory bodies.
  • Supporting the HSE team to maintain, review and update policies and procedures.
  • Supporting the implementation of the Environmental Management System.
  • Actively influence and monitor safety initiatives across the organisation.
  • Designing and delivering safety awareness programmes as required.
  • Supporting the implementation of the DLNG emergency response plan.
  • Providing advice to DLNG team on Health, Safety and Environmental issues.
  • Supporting the HSE team to compile the COMAH Safety report
  • Producing statistical information / management reports as required.
  • Ensuring HSE standards are maintained and continuously improved.
  • Actively spending time on site to positively influence and champion HSE behaviours of the Dragon team engaged in work activities

The successful candidate will have:

  • Educated to degree level in Health and Safety / NEBOSH diploma or equivalent.
  • Experience working in oil and gas or petrochemical industry.
  • Experience of working in a HSE environment or similar role.
  • Knowledge of health, safety and environmental requirements associated with an upper tier COMAH installation.
  • Competent in risk assessment, risk identification and risk management techniques.
  • Knowledge of permit to work and life-saving rules.

Please click here to view the full Job Description.

To apply, please submit a CV and covering letter to recruitment@dragonlng.com

Application deadline: 17:00 on Friday 1st October 2021