Skills: Emergency Response
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: London, England, United Kingdom
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We're seeking a response expert with incident experience who can make sure we develop and deliver highly effective emergency management. This is a hands-on role within a small team, yet with plenty of scope to grow your career globally and across the business.
What's the role?
As Senior Response Specialist, you'll play a vital role, ensuring we respond effectively, speedily and safely across oil and chemical spill emergencies. That means, developing and supporting our regional response capability, and driving improvements where necessary.
We see you as someone who will be a confident core member of the regional team, ensuring your colleagues stay focussed on what happens when incidents occur. You'll provide guidance and support for the emergency response teams, helping them to develop and update response plans as well as emergency assessments. You'll also offer direct oil and chemical spill support and expertise when it's needed and facilitate incident management training.
More specifically, you'll be involved in:
- Standardizing oil and chemical spill emergency plans for businesses.
- Developing regional exercise plans and supporting planning and delivery of exercises.
- Ensuring Incident Command System (ICS) roles are in place, and maintaining your own training and qualifications to serve in key ICS roles when required.
- Providing Shipping & Maritime Emergency Response coverage via a duty system.
- Identifying equipment, facilities and personnel needed for oil and chemical spills.
Your strong communication skills will be essential to the role. Alongside your support and expertise, you'll help to train teams and develop engagement strategies, nurturing close collaboration across a range of internal and external stakeholders, from Global Emergency Management and Legal, to government and environmental groups.
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What we need from you
Working within a small team in a high-pressure environment, you'll need to thrive working independently with good influencing skills when dealing with business. Along with your Bachelor's degree, we naturally expect you to have experience of working in oil spill emergency management and incident response (experience in chemical spills is also preferable, but not essential).
Beyond being happy to travel regularly, we're keen to talk to men and women with as many of the following on your CV:
- Experience in Vessel Emergency Response having held a senior role onboard a vessel.
- Experience building and developing an Incident Command System (ICS) organization and responding to incidents/exercises in ICS roles.
- Experience conducting Tier 3 response exercises.
- Experience building and developing organizational capability and competence in oil spill response management.
- Ideally, Subsea Well Intervention System (SWIS) experience, though it's not essential.
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