Oil and Petroleum Risk Engineer

Location
London (Central), London (Greater) (GB)
Salary
£65 to £95,000 PA
Posted
19 May 2017
Closes
19 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Our client is a major player in the insurance sector where it is involved in the provision of cover for major high hazard sites and assets worth billions of £’s including refineries, petrochemical, LNG and oil & gas plant, marine facilities, shipping and so on. The organisation’s London office is enjoying exceptional levels of growth supporting EMEA and is looking to recruit another senior chemical or mechanical engineer with substantial operational/production experience acquired within the hydrocarbons, refinery or petrochemical sectors. This is an unusually rounded role focusing on routine engineering surveys, but also business interruption reviews where experience of plant finance, scheduling and economics would be extremely useful. Activities would include core responsibilities such as condition/physical assessments that would describe site operations and processes, the evaluation of plant condition and integrity, the analysis of loss prevention/mitigation issues and opportunities and involve software based desk top risk reviews. Additional business interruption responsibilities would extend to an examination of loss consequence on major incidents such as explosions or natural catastrophe and projecting and quantifying interruptions to supplier and customer agreements and material movements around major multi-unit sites. About 80 days travel annually can be expected throughout EMEA. . Foreign language skills, particularly in Arabic and French, would be welcome. Our client is looking for substantial experience of COMAH regulated operations and production and is not seeking design engineering candidates at this stage.

Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward a Word version of their CV and a brief covering letter to:

Mark Stracey

Mark Stracey Recruitment

mark.stracey@outlook.com

01303 812433 

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