Sunday, November 13, 2011

Operations & Maintenance Team Lead Vacancy | Shell U.K. Limited careers



Shell U.K. Limited

Operations & Maintenance Team Lead

Job ID: E24864

Location: Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, United Kingdom

We’re currently looking for a Operations & Maintenance Team Lead to join our team in Great Yarmouth for our ONEGas locations.

Shell has been finding and producing oil and gas for over a century.

Our Upstream International business searches for and recovers oil and natural gas across the world, except the Americas. This spans from exploration activities to the commercial delivery of major upstream projects and to production. Many of these activities are carried out as joint venture partnerships, often with national oil companies. The business also liquefies gas and is active in gas to liquids technology. Today, we have interests in Upstream activities in more than 39 countries and employ around 17,000 people.

Ours is a technically challenging work environment characterised by a continuing need for research and the pursuit of new technology, and the adoption of new ways of working. It demands people who will thrive in a culture that encourages and rewards innovation, collaboration and the ability to learn from success as well as failure.

ONEgas is one of the larger and technically/commercially complex assets in Shell European Upstream operation. The asset portfolio comprises the full range of lifecycle stages, from exploration activities of greenfield and brownfield projects to abandonment activities.

The operated asset geographically covers the Southern North Sea in NL and UK, with a number of pipeline systems either connecting to the Bacton gas plant in the UK or the Den Helder gas plant in the NL.

ONEgas is a key supplier to the UK and NL gas markets. Key dimensions for the ONEgas asset (100%) in 2010: 90 producing fields; 56 offshore installations, 2 gas plants, 300+ producing wells; 8 production systems; 15 sales contracts; 550 Shell staff working shoulder to shoulder with several hundred contractor staff.


Responsibilities:
Asset Organisation:
The Asset leadership team, the staff working in the development disciplines and some of the operational, maintenance engineering and finance staff reside in Assen,The Netherlands.

The assets field operations are subdivided in six cluster teams each looking after a geographical area. The field operations are managed from offices in Great Yarmouth and Den Helder. The Cluster Teams consists of Shell and contactor staff who together form one integrated team accountable for the safe and efficient delivery of all activities in the field. Each Cluster Team is managed by the Cluster Team Leader (CTL) / Operations & Maintenance Team Lead.

You will be the CTL / Operations & Maintenance Team Lead for the Greater Sole Pit Area (Clipper, Skiff, Galleon, Barque, Carrack and Cutter).

The CTL / Operations & Maintenance Team Lead has full bottom-line accountability for field operations in the Greater Sole Pit area. This includes HS&E, Production, Maintenance delivery and Modifications.

Accountabilites also include but are not limited to…

. Ensure Safe Production for all operated installations within the Greater Sole Pit asset area

. Operate the Greater Sole Pit Installations within the approved operating envelope and integrity framework

. Monitor and maintain technical integrity in the asset, jointly with the E&M (facilities) and Development Leaders (wells)

Area Manager Vacancy | Shell UK Oil Products Limited careers



Shell UK Oil Products Limited

Area Manager

Job ID: E25263

Location: Home based covering Midlands and South England, Across United Kingdom, United Kingdom

We're looking for Area Managers to join our growing Retail team in the United Kingdom.

We have several Area Manager vacancies covering the Midlands and South England, United Kingdom.

The Midlands locations include:
- Northampton, Corby, Milton Keynes.
- Chester, North Wales, South of Manchester
- Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire

The South locations include:
- Guildford, Horsham, Crawley, Aldershot
- Wokingham, Sevenoaks, Tunbridge, Brighton.


Shell Downstream encompasses all the activities necessary to transform crude oil into petroleum products and petrochemicals, and deliver them around the world.

We operate the world’s largest single-brand retail network, serving around 25 million customers per day from more than 40,000 service stations in around 100 countries. The range of innovative products on offer is constantly expanding, supported by extensive research and development activities.

Products such as low-sulphur fuel, LPG, and more recently, differentiated fuels including Shell V-Power, V-Power Racing, V-Power Diesel, Pura and Optimax, are tailored to meet growing customer requirements for improved engine and environmental performance. Over 10,000 sites also have Shell-branded convenience stores attached.

We've recently agreed to acquire 254 retail sites in a deal aiming to bring quality fuels within easier reach of UK customers. The move will enhance Shell’s position as a leading fuels retailer in the UK, making it an exciting time to join the Shell Retail team. Shell are now working hard to hire the right people to help deliver a strong customer value proposition, which includes a new coffee and hot food offer at sites throughout the UK.

At Shell our commitment is to satisfy the world’s need for energy with economically, socially and environmentally responsible solutions. We seek a high standard of performance, and understand that great ideas can change the world. If you want to work with a group of creative, ambitious and innovative professionals then you should consider Shell. We will provide you with the resources to put your ideas into action, worldwide opportunities to advance your career, and outstanding benefits and rewards that support your quality of life.

Responsibilities:
As an Area Manager you are responsible for managing the performance of 30 – 35 retail sites via 4-5 multi site operators. You will have the responsibility for managing a business and the outcome of your business decisions. You’ll be managing the relationship between Shell and retailers at cluster/site level, and ensure consistent delivery of our customer value proposition.

In detail, we’ll expect you to:

Identify gaps in all aspects of service, personnel and site performance for your area & ensure retailers implement all areas of the customer value proposition and comply with the site operations/HSSE standards
Advise and implement through retailers the Shell-recommended tools, processes, marketing initiatives to help them deliver the customer value proposition at the retail site and develop business for the mutual benefit of both the retailer and Shell
Maximise all sales potential and deliver improved performance through operational excellence, by coaching and motivating retailers while protecting Shell’s interests and reputation
Develop and maintain a strong HSSE culture
Set retailer company cluster contracts and business plans to deliver sales and cost targets
Manage and maintain a retailer master plan within your territory through retailer assessment
Ensure that retailers train and develop their staff, and understand the importance of people delivering the customer value proposition
Review retailers’ P&L statements, and support them in the development of action plans to close performance gaps
Ensure delivery of a competitive pricing position through fuel pricing procedures
Plan and conduct site visits
Participate in UK business-wide projects

Senior Electrical Engineer Vacancy | Shell U.K. Limited careers



Shell U.K. Limited

Senior Electrical Engineer

Job ID: E25427

Location: Aberdeen & Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, United Kingdom

We’re currently looking for 3 Senior Electrical Engineers to join our team in Aberdeen and Great Yarmouth – One Gas West.

Shell has been finding and producing oil and gas for over a century.

Our Upstream International business searches for and recovers oil and natural gas across the world, except the Americas. This spans from exploration activities to the commercial delivery of major upstream projects and to production. Many of these activities are carried out as joint venture partnerships, often with national oil companies. The business also liquefies gas and is active in gas to liquids technology. Today, we have interests in Upstream activities in more than 39 countries and employ around 17,000 people.

Ours is a technically challenging work environment characterised by a continuing need for research and the pursuit of new technology, and the adoption of new ways of working. It demands people who will thrive in a culture that encourages and rewards innovation, collaboration and the ability to learn from success as well as failure.

Shell has a tradition of meeting challenges with a long history of successful partnerships and a string of patents to prove it. Over the coming decades, the development, integration and deployment of new ventures and technologies will continue. We at Upstream can offer professionals, both with technical and commercial background, a challenging and rewarding work environment where they are part of meeting the demands of the energy challenge.

Responsibilities:
The Senior Electrical Engineer undertakes Upstream International Europe (UIE) disciplines activities and technical support to selected assets. The incumbent is also responsible for providing technical support to small/medium size projects relating to those assets or to which he/she is additionally assigned. The candidate is accountable as Technical Authority (TA2) for all Electrical matters. The successful applicant may also be appointed accountable as Contract Holder for one or more Electrical related service & support contracts and custodian for technical standards.

The Engineering & Maintance support organization operates across Europe to deliver operational excellence in HSE, technical integrity, production and cost leadership.

Mechanical Static Engineer Vacancy | Shell U.K. Limited Careers



Shell U.K. Limited

Mechanical Static Engineer

Job ID: E25840

Location: Tullos, Aberdeen, United Kingdom

We’re currently looking for a Mechanical Static Engineer to join our team in Aberdeen for our Central & Northern North Sea (CNNS) Assets.

Shell has been finding and producing oil and gas for over a century.

Our Upstream International business searches for and recovers oil and natural gas across the world, except the Americas. This spans from exploration activities to the commercial delivery of major upstream projects and to production. Many of these activities are carried out as joint venture partnerships, often with national oil companies. The business also liquefies gas and is active in gas to liquids technology. Today, we have interests in Upstream activities in more than 39 countries and employ around 17,000 people.

Ours is a technically challenging work environment characterised by a continuing need for research and the pursuit of new technology, and the adoption of new ways of working. It demands people who will thrive in a culture that encourages and rewards innovation, collaboration and the ability to learn from success as well as failure.

Shell has a tradition of meeting challenges with a long history of successful partnerships and a string of patents to prove it. Over the coming decades, the development, integration and deployment of new ventures and technologies will continue. We at Upstream can offer professionals, both with technical and commercial background, a challenging and rewarding work environment where they are part of meeting the demands of the energy challenge.

Responsibilities:
The mechanical static equipment engineer will be focussed on realizing HSE, integrity, cost and availability performance in order to improve static mechanical aspects of the CNNS assets performance.

The successful incumbent will advice and discipline direction on matters of specification, design, selection, procurement, application and maintenance. He/she will Interface with technical authorities, operations & maintenance teams and the dedicated Integrated Service Contractor (ISC).


As a successful engineer you will…

. Maintain a close surveillance on integrity and functional performance of processing facilities

. Propose remedial actions for actual or anticipated problems

Operations Technician Vacancy | Shell U.K. Limited Careers



Shell U.K. Limited

Operations Technician

Job ID: E26069

Location: Northsea Offshore installations, Across United Kingdom, United Kingdom

We’re currently looking to recruit over 40 Operations Technicians to join our Production Operations teams in the UK. The majority of these new recruits will be offshore based in the North Sea area, with a small number allocated to one of our onshore gas plants.

Shell companies have been exploring for and producing hydrocarbons for over a century. Today, we have interests in Upstream activities in more than 39 countries and employ around 17,000 people.

This is an exiting opportunity with successful applicants operating in a a technically challenging work environment characterised by research and the pursuit of new ways of working. It demands people who will thrive in a culture that encourages and rewards innovation, collaboration and the ability to learn from success as well as failure.

Responsibilities:

As an Operations Technician, you’ll join a shift team and monitor and operate the plant assets in order to attain full plant integrity and the reliability of processed products supplies to our customers. Conversant with front-line process diagnostics in order to reduce downtime at the plant, you’ll also be required to carry out routine and first-line maintenance, preparations and re-instatements of maintenance equipment.

In detail, your responsibilities will require you to:
. Assist in the continuous safe and efficient operation of the plant and facilities so we can maintain the specified quality and quantity of product to all our customers

. Adhere to and promote safety and environmental procedures to ensure your own safety, the safety of personnel, process plant and the environment

. Respond to any emergency situation under the direction of your Supervisor and provide first-line emergency response in accordance with the emergency procedures, and to assist local emergency services under the direction of the Incident Controller

. Control all work in your area of accountability through our Permit to Work System so as to prevent any undue conflict or unsafe acts

. Report or communicate any abnormal condition or potential equipment failure that could cause unsafe operation or affect export product quality or quantity, and take effective action as directed by your Supervisor

Operational Team Leader Vacancy | Shell International Limited Careers



Shell International Limited

Operational Team Leader

Job ID: E26222

Location: Shell Centre/Canary Wharf, London, United Kingdom

We’re looking to recruit an exceptional team leader to join our Pensions Administration Team in the UK. This team provides administration services for the Shell Contributory Pension Fund and Shell Overseas Contributory Pension Fund . These are both defined benefit pension funds and, together, have a fund membership of approximately 50,000 members, including a pensioner payroll of £30 million per month for a population of around 30,000 pensioners in the UK and overseas.

The Operational Team Lead will report to the Pensions Administration Manager. With 8 direct reports, this role would be an ideal opportunity for an experienced pensions administration professional to join the team responsible for the administration of a significant pension fund in the UK, and become part of Shell’s global pensions community.

Responsibilities:
Responsibilities
The Pensions Administration Team has recently been reorganised following the implementation of a new pensions administration system, Compendia. The successful applicant will be expected to implement an organised and structured approach to day to day administration activities within the Operational Team and to encourage new ways of working which are now possible with the new pensions administration system.

The main duties will include, but not be restricted to the following:-
Lead and manage the two operational teams, managing workloads across these teams to ensure customer service level targets are met.
Oversee the day to day administration activities of the operational teams on specific processes, including retirements, deaths, leavers, transfers out, transfers in, divorce, opt outs, post logging and scanning.
Prepare the Administration Reports for the Trustee Boards.
Keep up to date with pensions legislation and ensure pensions administration processes continue to be compliant with the legislation. Ensure changes required to existing process documentation are implemented in a timely manner and communicated to the teams.
Work with the Payroll Team Lead to ensure that all operational administration activities are completed on time for payroll cycles and with the Project and Data Team Lead on resolution of data issues through the HR and payroll interfaces.
Management of 8 staff, responsible for their appraisal, training and development plans.

Project and Data Team Leader Vacancy | Shell International Limited careers



Shell International Limited

Project and Data Team Leader

Job ID: E26223

Location: Shell Centre/Canary Wharf, London, United Kingdom

We’re looking to recruit an exceptional team leader to join our Pensions Administration Team in the UK. This team provides administration services for the Shell Contributory Pension Fund and Shell Overseas Contributory Pension Fund . These are both defined benefit pension funds and, together, have a fund membership of approximately 50,000 members, including a pensioner payroll of £30 million per month for a population of around 30,000 pensioners in the UK and overseas.

The Projects and Data Team Lead will report to the Pensions Administration Manager. With two direct reports this would be an ideal opportunity for an experienced pensions administration professional to manage pensions administration projects and key pension administration events and to ensure the integrity of data for a significant pension fund in the UK and to become part of Shell’s global pensions community.

Responsibilities:
The Pensions Administration Team has recently been reorganised following the implementation of a new pensions administration system, Compendia, including a significant exercise to cleanse the member data. In addition to acting as Deputy to the Pensions Administration Manager, the successful applicant will be expected to manage pensions administration projects and key events, to improve and maintain member data quality and to encourage new ways of working which are now possible with the new pensions administration system.

Duties will include, but not be restricted to the following:-
Lead and Manage the Projects and Data Team.
Oversee delivery of and authorise all key pensions administration events, e.g. annual benefit statements and valuation extract.
Manage the monthly bulk leaver process to ensure accurate information is provided to members and customer service level targets are met.
Manage and undertake ad-hoc complex pensions projects, including enhancements to the pensions administration system.
Manage the data change process for active members through the HR and payroll interfaces.
Ensure compliance with the Pension Regulator’s (TPR) record keeping requirements and, in particular, meet TPR’s target for all member records by end 2012.
Ensure complete and accurate data is maintained for all membership records.
Manage the administration of the Additional Voluntary Contribution arrangement.
Contribute to the Administration Reports for the Trustee Boards.

Offshore Reliability Engineer Vacancy | Shell U.K. Limited careers



Shell U.K. Limited

Offshore Reliability Engineer

Job ID: E26280

Location: Aberdeen,Offshore, Aberdeen, United Kingdom

We’re currently looking for an Offshore Reliability Engineer to join the team, reporting to the Central Northern North Sea (CNNS) Head of Reliability.

Shell has been finding and producing oil and gas for over a century. Our Upstream International business searches for and recovers oil and natural gas across the world, except the Americas. This spans from exploration activities to the commercial delivery of major upstream projects and to Production. Many of these activities are carried out as joint venture partnerships, often with national oil companies. The business also liquefies gas and is active in gas to liquids technology. Today, we have interests in Upstream activities in more than 39 countries and employ around 17,000 people.

Ours is a technically challenging work environment characterised by a continuing need for research and the pursuit of new technology, and the adoption of new ways of working. It demands people who will thrive in a culture that encourages and rewards innovation, collaboration and the ability to learn from success as well as failure.

Shell has a tradition of meeting challenges, with a long history of successful partnerships and a string of patents to prove it. Over the coming decades, the development, integration and deployment of new ventures and technologies will continue. We at Upstream can offer professionals, both with technical and commercial background, a challenging and rewarding work environment where they are part of meeting the demands of the energy challenge.

Responsibilities:
The Offshore Reliability Engineer’s prime responsibility is the prevention of critical equipment failures and elimination of recurring defects in a systematic and sustainable way. To act as focal point for surface related issues regarding availability and reliability of equipment systems, equipment operation, and equipment health. The engineer is responsible for the implementation of several areas of the Shell UIE Operational Excellence Standard.

Senior Occupational Health Nurse & Medic Co-ordinator Vacancy | Shell UK Ltd careers



Shell U.K. Ltd.,

Senior Occupational Health Nurse & Medic Co-ordinator

Job ID: E26284

Location: Tullos, Aberdeen, United Kingdom

We’re currently looking for a Senior Occupational Health Nurse and Medic Co-ordinator to join our team in Aberdeen, reporting to the UK Health Manager for Shell Upstream International Europe (UIE).

In this role the the successful applicant will support UK Upstream business and will be accountable for implementing group standards for health and will work as part of an integrated health team.

Shell has been finding and producing oil and gas for over a century.

Our Upstream International business searches for and recovers oil and natural gas across the world, except the Americas. This spans from exploration activities to the commercial delivery of major upstream projects and to production. Many of these activities are carried out as joint venture partnerships, often with national oil companies. The business also liquefies gas and is active in gas to liquids technology. Today, we have interests in Upstream activities in more than 39 countries and employ around 17,000 people.

Ours is a technically challenging work environment characterised by a continuing need for research and the pursuit of new technology, and the adoption of new ways of working. It demands people who will thrive in a culture that encourages and rewards innovation, collaboration and the ability to learn from success as well as failure.

Shell has a tradition of meeting challenges with a long history of successful partnerships and a string of patents to prove it. Over the coming decades, the development, integration and deployment of new ventures and technologies will continue. We at Upstream can offer professionals, both with technical and commercial background, a challenging and rewarding work environment where they are part of meeting the demands of the energy challenge.

Responsibilities:
Main objectives of a successful incumbent are…

.Manage Shell Occupational Health clinical services based in Aberdeen on behalf of the UK Health Manager

.Plan, organise and deliver fitness to work and health surveillance programmes, sickness absence case management and health promotion to business units in the upstream oil and gas industry

Senior Reservoir Engineer Vacancy | Shell U.K. Limited Careers



Shell U.K. Limited

Senior Reservoir Engineer

Job ID: E26345

Location: Aberdeen, United Kingdom

We’re currently looking for a Senior Resevoir Engineer to join our team in Aberdeen.

Shell has been finding and producing oil and gas for over a century.

Our Upstream International business searches for and recovers oil and natural gas across the world, except the Americas. This spans from exploration activities to the commercial delivery of major upstream projects and to production. Many of these activities are carried out as joint venture partnerships, often with national oil companies. The business also liquefies gas and is active in gas to liquids technology. Today, we have interests in Upstream activities in more than 39 countries and employ around 17,000 people.

Ours is a technically challenging work environment characterised by a continuing need for research and the pursuit of new technology, and the adoption of new ways of working. It demands people who will thrive in a culture that encourages and rewards innovation, collaboration and the ability to learn from success as well as failure.

Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will be working as a Senior Reservoir Engineer in a team of 10 Reservoir Engineers, responsible for providing advanced consultancy services, technology evaluation and deployment across the European region.

The role will be ideally suited to an experienced Engineer who enjoys complex technical challenges, and is looking to apply and deepen their technical skills without the usual day-to-day operational distractions.

Responsibilities:

As a Senior Reservoir Engineer you get exposure of working on a large variety of projects within Europe, providing consultancy support to specific assets in one or more of the following focus areas:

• Complex dynamic reservoir modelling projects (MoReS, Eclipse, VIP)
• 4D Seismic to dynamic modeling, uncertainty management (experimental design) and IOR/EOR projects

LT Treasury Analyst Vacancy | Shell Treasury Centre Limited Careers



SHELL TREASURY CENTRE LIMITED

LT Treasury Analyst

Job ID: E26346

Location: Shell Centre,Waterloo,London, London, United Kingdom

We are seeking a Treasury Analyst to join our Finance Treasury Operations: Risk & Forecasting team in London, UK.

The team consists of 5 analysts covering a broad range of liquidity management, business sector reporting, Long/Short Term forecasting and investment risk analysis activities, led by the Risk & Forecasting Manager. This position occasionally deputises for the Risk and Forecasting Manager.

This is an ideal role to obtain a high-level understanding of Shell’s cash generation and consumption dynamics, understanding key business drivers in Upstream and Downstream sectors, while being a valued member of one of the world’s largest global corporate Treasury organisations.

A successful candidate will gain exposure to cash management, business planning, financial modeling, scenario analysis and have regular opportunities to demonstrate their professionalism and ability at the highest levels in Finance.


Responsibilities:
The analyst is responsible for the long-term Group cash and debt outlook using the latest top-down modelling. The forecast provides critical information for strategic planning of central cash and borrowing levels. The output is used by the Front Office and Capital Markets Team.

The main duties include but are not restricted to the following:
Manage the Treasury message on cash with key stakeholders.
Understand the complexity of the forecasting operation and implement continuous improvement where appropriate.

Liaise with a diverse network of stakeholders and information providers including Front Office and all other Treasury departments, group reporting, group planning, corporate controllers, business planning and appraisal teams, and Shell Business Service Centres.

Interpret and accurately manipulate diverse forecast data and understand the interdependencies within the data.
Planning and organisational skills to coordinate the monthly forecast and reporting cycle.

Fuels Additive Scientist Vacancy | Shell Global Solutions Careers



Shell Global Solutions - CIP

Fuels Additive Scientist

Job ID: E25900

Location: Chester, Cheshire, United Kingdom

Shell Projects & Technology provides technical services, technology capability and major project delivery in both Upstream and Downstream activities. We also deliver differentiating technical information technology and drive research and innovation to create technology solutions for tomorrow.

The Retail and Automotive Fuels Technology Group is a globally managed business of around 120 staff and operational resources. It ensures that our retail business maintains a leadership brand position by creating step-out technology options for development, turning these options into branded products and providing the technical support and guidance to assure these products are successfully introduced into the marketplace. This is achieved by developing an integrated working relationship with the Shell businesses at all stages of the delivery process.

Supporting this work, the strategic research & development programme develops understanding and insights into societal drivers and developments in fuels chemistry, automotive technology and related consumer and environmental issues that will impact on automotive transport in the longer term. Together, these programmes help ensure that Shell can continue to produce transportation fuels that allow product differentiation and are fit-for-purpose in a world of increasingly complex technical and environmental challenges.

We’re currently looking to recruit a Fuels Additive Scientist to join our team in either Chester, UK, Hamburg, Germany or Houston, USA. The primary purpose of this role is to carry out research and development in the area of automotive fuels. Emphasis is placed on developing and nurturing an understanding of the scientific and mechanistic aspects of work undertaken, and the generation of intellectual property, primarily in the area of fuel additives and their ability to improve functionality and performance of automotive fuels.

Responsibilities:
In your new role as Fuels Additive s Scientist, we’ll expect you to:
Develop new additives and components via a process of screening, formulation and demonstration of benefits.
Lead additive formulation and additive selection programmes and interface with suppliers at the technical level to deliver high quality and added value products
Ensure that new additive technologies represent opportunities for product differentiation in relevant future engine technologies
Be creative, innovative and drive opportunities for the commercialization of new technology in a mature market
Look for opportunities to harvest and develop ideas from external partners
Generate intellectual property to support new and existing products, and ensure all appropriate intellectual property is duly protected
Deliver to budget and customer satisfaction in your areas of responsibility
Develop your own competencies and help others within the team to develop theirs
Ensure that the Shell standards regarding health and safety are being adhered to

Power Trader Vacancy | Shell Energy Trading Limited Careers



Shell Energy Trading Limited

Power Trader
Job ID: E25719
Location: London, London, United Kingdom

We’re currently looking for a Continental Power Trader to join us in London, supporting Shell Energy Europe Ltd (SEEL). SEEL sells and actively trades energy related products and services associated with European natural gas, power, and environmental products. By combining the market insights and relentless drive for profitability of our trading desks with our established customer relationships and strong experience in sales and 3rd party gas procurement, SEEL can develop a strong competitive advantage and deliver solid results.

SEEL is part of Shell Trading & Shipping Company Ltd (STASCo), our principal trading and shipping business. Shell Trading is made up of a network of independent companies that trade in their own right, but also leverage the opportunities open to a global organisation by sharing information, advice and best practice.

We trade the equivalent of about 14 million barrels of oil per day - this is made up of crude oil, refined products, chemicals, natural gas, electrical power, biofuels and environmental products. With the skill base and international scope to capitalise on trading opportunities inherent in Shell's asset and market positions around the world, our key trading and marketing operations are based in North and South America, Asia, the Middle East and Europe.

Our commitment is to satisfy the world’s need for energy with responsible solutions. If you want to work with a group of creative, ambitious and innovative professionals then you should consider Shell. We'll provide you with the resources to put your ideas into action, worldwide opportunities, and outstanding benefits. Let’s make a real difference together.

Responsibilities:
As a Power Trader you’ll be an essential part of the North Europe Trading team. You’ll have accountability for trading profits in the Northern European Markets.

• Executing power trades within mandated authorities for Northern Europe
• Being the primary interface with customers, both internally and externally
• Sharing information/intelligence across the trading network while managing trading exposure with particular attention to detail
• Understanding and communicating risks effectively
• Analysing fundamental and technical market conditions, devising and implementing profitable trading strategies around these
• Ensuring compliance with all regulatory guidelines
• Identifying market opportunities and engaging the relevant commercial teams in developing concrete plans to pursue them
• Building effective relationships with internal stakeholders, and communicating advice succinctly to senior management

Senior Analyst,Business Performance Vacancy | Shell International Trading And Shipping Company Careers



Shell International Trading And Shipping Company Limited

Senior Analyst,Business Performance
Job ID: E26486

Location: 80 Strand, London, United Kingdom

We’re looking to recruit an experienced Senior Analyst to join our Strategic Planning, Appraisal and Reporting team in the UK, London. The team supports trading leadership by providing pertinent management information on profitability, liquidity / balance sheet management, and cost drivers. In addition the team delivers various improvement projects to enable analysis from front-end trading platform and the books of record (SAP).

The Senior Analyst will report to the Global Head of Strategic Planning, Appraisal and Reporting. This role would be the ideal opportunity for an experienced Finance / Business Analyst and offers a balance between reporting (50%) and improvement projects (50%), with the main focus on cost efficiencies.

Responsibilities:
The Analyst will work closely with each of Shell’s Trading businesses (Oil, Gas and Power, LNG) and the Trading Finance teams.

Duties will include, but are not restricted to the following:-

Developing an in-depth understanding of cost drivers at the trading book level, interfacing with Trading leads.
Monthly and quarterly cost reporting to the Trading Leadership and Shell Group, including trend and variance analysis.
Take a lead role in developing new projects to meet changing business requirements
Project managing various cost related improvement projects around trading costs, developing new management reports and enhancing reporting capabilities.
Migration of routine reporting processes to a Shell Business Service Centre and manage ongoing relationship with service centre.
Ensuring cost reporting is aligned with Shell Trading's strategic IT roadmap.
Assist the SPAR team, and wider organisation, in the prioritisation and demand management of different cost related improvement projects.
Assisting in the planning and forecasting processes for costs.

Control Systems Engineer Vacancy | Shell International Trading And Shipping Company Careers



Shell International Trading And Shipping Company Limited

Control Systems Engineer - MarineJob ID: E24815

Location: Shell Centre,London, London, United Kingdom

Shell Trading is the principal trading and shipping business within Shell. It is made up of a network of independent companies that trade in their own right, but also leverage the opportunities open to a global organisation by sharing information, advice and best practice.

As a world-leading shipping and offshore consultancy, Shell Shipping Technology aims to add value to shipping and marine businesses worldwide by offering a one-stop technical solution to an array of business needs. With around 40 consultants providing up-to-date market intelligence, we offer first-class advice from early project development to fast-track implementation of shipping and marine projects.

Our key activities involve the project management of oil and gas-related projects, design and concept feasibility, detailed structural analysis, specification development, technical verification and site supervision. We also work on maritime HSSE audits, vessel condition surveys, technical risk assessment, technical support to fleet operations and maintenance, and casualty support.

Responsibilities:
As a Control Systems Engineer,you’ll be the responsible for defining,developing and executing control of the navigation and communications elements of marine technical projects and for the day-to-day support of the Shell managed fleet of ships. You’ll coordinate the provision of technical advice to Shell’s fleet operations on a global basis. You’ll provide control and automation engineering expertise on newbuild and conversion projects,ensuring that the associated designs,specifications and construction meet required operational standards.

Specific responsibilities will involve:
• Providing specialist expertise and advice on developments in the relevant technology areas
• Participating in project teams for new ship construction and conversions,including the preparation of outline specifications,evaluation of tenders,negotiation with shortlisted bidders,plan approval,design discussions with builders,and ensuring attendance at commissioning and trials
• Reviewing proposed rule changes of classification societies,ensuring that what is proposed is safe,reasonable,not unduly costly and overall beneficial to the advancement of technical standards
• Maintaining external networks so as to keep abreast of developments in the relevant technology areas and feeding this into Shell projects.
• Leading various aspects of discussions with manufacturers
• Following policy with minimum guidance and effectively interpreting legislative requirements as necessary.
• Being a technical authority on marine control and automation engineering.