Phillips 66 Loss Control Specialist in Singapore, Singapore
Loss Control Specialist
The Loss Control Specialist position will be involved in identifying and seeking Loss Control improvements and solutions to minimize operational risk exposure to Phillips 66, to ensure delivery of high-quality products, with minimum quantity losses, throughout the supply chain.
Instigate and follow through loss investigations on cargo movements.
Select, instruct and monitor independent inspection companies to ensure that correct cargo transfer procedures and measurement standards are deployed.
Investigate quantity and quality issues and claims against Phillips 66 with a view to prevent recurrence and maximize recovery of claims through identifying and recovering loss claims against Suppliers & Shippers.
Investigate measurement and quality issues relating to custody transfer movements.
Provide onsite physical attendance for Phillips 66 core leased storage facilities in Singapore & other Asia locations to mitigate waterborne quantity losses of shipments.
Facilitate field attendance with internal stakeholders in Phillips 66.
Carry out audits through onsite office and field monitoring of independent inspection companies to ensure safe cargo custody, transfer procedures and industry measurement standards are adopted and met.
Carry out audits on Phillips 66 leased storage facilities in Singapore and other Asia locations to ensure accepted Industry and Phillips 66 operational requirements and standards are met.
Identify and drive Loss Control improvements that lead to reductions in company costs.
Provide technical and marine expertise to Operations, Trading and Chartering counterparts in Singapore office and other Phillips 66 affiliates.
Prepare, issue and maintain Loss Control Procedures.
Ensure knowledge of loss control techniques is maintained through networking and formal organisations such as the Energy Institute and the American Petroleum Institute.
Provide metrics to show the value of the function and identify areas for investigation and corrective action.
Provide 24-hours operational support where necessary.
Basic/ Required Qualifications:
Higher technical education qualifications with preferably terminal operations and cargo/marine surveying background knowledge or experience.
Good team player with strong negotiation and communication skills
Sound knowledge and experience of petroleum and chemical laboratory analysis is an added advantage
Current knowledge of industry measurement procedures and techniques to fully evaluate
operations carried out on a variety of ship and shore locations
Good negotiation and communication skills.
Strong analytical, numeracy and computer skills.
Valid driving license and extensive offsite travel required
Job Ref: 139002