Environmental & Social Advisor

  • TBC
  • Scotland Scotland
  • Contract
  • Oil & Gas
Role synopsis 

The role will be directly supporting all P&O Projects in the North Sea operating basin covering both topsides modifications and subsurface tiebacks.

The Environmental Advisor role will support all aspects of HSSE plans and agenda for the Project portfolio and will report to the North Sea Projects HSE&C Lead. The Environmental Advisor is responsible for the development and management of applicable Regulatory and Environmental plans and deliverables.

Key accountabilities 
  • Ensure the project implements RCE&S management in conformance with Client's internal Practices  
  • Manage and implement the project Environment and Social Management Plans for all activities. 
  • Develop and manage the Regulatory Compliance Plans and stakeholder engagement.  
  • Delivery of applicable permits, including ESIAs and associated modelling and assessments including those required for UK compliance.  
  • Support low carbon assessment and management of Client internal requirements through decision making process.  
  • Provide input to the projects risk management process to capture HSE risks associated with the project, ensure the right level of line ownership and support development of Risk Action Plans as required. 
  • Ensure project RCE&S readiness for entry to Define and Execute in support of the PHSSER process and other Readiness Reviews. 
  • Work with the project Senior Environmental Advisor and other members of the project HSSE team  
to present consistent HSE input to the Projects Leadership Team. 
  • Support North Sea Region low carbon agenda and action plans. 
  • Ensure that Safety Leadership Principles and Human Performance Principles are understood and applied. 
  • Interface with wider North Sea HSE&C teams to ensure alignment and sharing of best practice. 
  • Fully embrace agile ways of working and the mindset of the projects modernisation and transformation agenda 
Essential Education 
BSc in science, environment, engineering or equivalent subject. 
Essential experience and job requirements: 
  • RCE&S experience in projects. 
  • Experience of North Sea region regulatory requirements and expectations. 
  • Proven track record in developing and implementing robust HSSE systems and processes.  
  • Technical and practical experience in ESIA delivery, management of consultants, modelling and technical data reports.   
  • The successful candidate will be required to demonstrate the appropriate behaviours and understanding around intervention and escalation to ensure there is the right level of HSE focus and action orientation. 

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