Company: BP
Skills: Operations Management
Experience: 4 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Salary: Competitive
Location: Mexico City, Mexico City, Mexico

In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.
     


The Supply, Logistics, Regulatory and Compliance Manager role will be responsible to shape the Regulatory and Supply agenda for the Fuels business in Mexico. This is a critical role in our organization to ensure we can provide our costumers the product needed in our retail stations and other businesses around the country. The role will report directly and work jointly with the country Supply & Logistics Director.

This role will be based in Santa Fé; Mexico City, Mexico.

Role Accountabilities:

  • Responsible to shape the Regulatory agenda for Supply and Logistics in Mexico.

  • Lead the required regulatory and compliance reporting activities for Supply and Logistic across all the different governmental entities.

  • Represent S&L view and actively contribute to the Regulatory agenda for Fuels business in Mexico in conjunction with the C&EA Manager.

  • Responsible for identifying the supply and logistic country environment, competitive landscape and risks, addressing emerging operational trends and regulations, new and pending legislation, and other issues that could impact the ability to successfully conduct our supply and logistics business within the country.

  • Manage positive relationship of BP with federal governments specifically around supply and logistics opportunities always aligned with the C&EA Manager and the VP, C&EA.

  • Engage directly with the appropriate authorities, and in conjunction with VP C&EA and Business technical experts with state and federal authorities, to address and resolve regulatory issues that impact the Downstream business.

Experience & Education Requirements

  • Degree in business administration/ communications/ international relations and/or other related degrees is required.

  • Minimum 4+ years' experience in similar roles; ideally working in international corporations and/or government

  • General knowledge and understanding of energy industry regulations.

  • Leading strategies that involve multiple stakeholders, such as local government officials, regulators and communities, & NGOs at various levels.

  • Deep understanding of corporate ethics, HSSE & Finance rules, guidelines, processes.

  • A keen understanding of Mexican business culture at the local and State levels.

  • Travel up to 15%

  • Strong Spanish and English knowledge in written and spoken form.