Division : Crisis & Continuity Management (C&CM)
Line Manager : Head of GOCC & UK Operations
Purpose of Role:
To work with a team of experienced individuals to provide a range of consultancy, training, exercises and response services to clients in the UK & Europe Region. As a Crisis & Continuity Advisor, you will assist in the management of work delivered to individual clients, in accordance with the agreed scope, on time, and within budget. By building strong relationship with clients and developing a network, you will expand opportunities with current clients, and develop business with new clients.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
- Creating and following up on business opportunities with clients;
- Assist Producing proposals;
- Undertaking development work from Restrata’s offices;
- Delivering work at clients’ offices or facilities;
- To work closely with the Country Manager and Operations Manager to ensure that all required reporting is carried out in a timely manner.
Examples of work include:
- Writing major accident hazard scenarios;
- Producing ERPs, IMPs, and Crisis Management Plans;
- Advising on team organisation, response centre design and technology;
- Defining and sourcing the resources (equipment and people) required by plans;
- Assist producing and managing training programmes;
- Assist developing and delivering training courses;
- Assist designing and delivering exercises; and
- Assist reviewing existing policy, procedures and plans.
The individual will be expected to be technically competent and an effective Project Manager, able to demonstrate knowledge of major accident hazards and specialist skills in major emergency management, emergency response, crisis management, media response and relative response.
To this end, the individual should have:
- Preferred Higher Education level – HND / BSc;
- Experience of working on International Projects;
- Formal Training on Crisis Management and Emergency Response;
- Good initiative and ability to work independently or part of a team; and
- Proven report writing skills.
In addition, the individual should be:
- A team player, capable of forward planning, setting individual objectives and target oriented;
- Sensitive to local customs with excellent verbal / communication & influencing skills;
- Familiar with key developments in HSE regulations and ER best practice; and
- An experienced and capable user of information technology and common operating environment applications.
The progression from CCMA to Project Manager is achieved as knowledge and theory develops into experience and understanding. It is expected that the Individual will further progress to the post of Project Manager as experience is gained in the Oil and Gas Sector and Project Management skills are developed.