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Chevron Phillips Chemical Corporate Occupational Safety Advisor (47588) in The Woodlands, Texas

You may not realize it, but you’ve likely used a product today made possible by the plastics and chemicals manufactured by Chevron Phillips Chemical. From medical supplies and electronics to food packaging and cosmetics, we create the building blocks for more than 70,000 consumer and industrial products.

Even as a global company with 5,000 employees, we maintain a “small company feel” and uphold a culture of respect, diversity, and inclusion. Ask any Chevron Phillips Chemical employee what they like best about their job, and universally, the answer is “the people I work with!” We value work-life balance, and love to see our employees thrive both professionally and personally. There has never been a better time to work for Chevron Phillips Chemical. If you’re ready to grow with us and become part of our vision of being the premier Chemical Company, apply today!

Purpose/Introduction

We are a company that strives each day to conduct our business in a safe, secure, injury-free and environmentally responsible manner. We thrive by placing the health and safety of our employees, contractors, customers, and our communities at the forefront of everything we do. The Environmental, Health, Safety & Security (EHS&S) Department manages our environmental performance, assures regulatory compliance and drives Our Journey to Zero, the company’s blueprint to achieve our goal to eliminate events that could inflict serious–or even fatal–injuries to employees or contractors, or result in severe process safety events.

Purpose/Introduction (continued)

CPChem is seeking a Corporate Occupational Safety Advisor to provide global support to Chevron Phillips Chemical (CPChem) Company LP and Affiliate Facilities and Product Line organizations. This position is located at CPChem's Headquarters in The Woodlands, Texas and will report to the Manager, Global OE Implementation Services in the Corporate Environmental, Health, Safety & Security (EHSS) organization . [CPChem’s OE System is the CPChem EHSS Management System for driving continual improvement in Environmental, Health, Safety, and Security while strengthening compliance with applicable regulatory requirements.]

The Corporate Occupational Safety Advisor will be responsible for the development of corporate governance occupational safety-related Global OE Standards, including Life Critical Standards, and will assist CPChem Facilities, Commercial organizations (Product Management/Sales/Marketing/Supply Chain), and Affiliate locations with implementation of these standards. Additionally, the OE Corporate Occupational Safety Advisor will provide general occupational safety and OE System support to these same organizations to promote standardization and to facilitate consistent and timely implementation of new/revised Company and regulatory requirements. This position works in collaboration with other CPChem Corporate and Facility EHSS staff to instill a functional learning approach in all applicable areas of occupational safety and to develop and manage effective learning approaches for use by all personnel.

Responsibilities

Include but are not necessarily limited to the following:

Support zero safety incident goals at CPChem and Affiliate manufacturing locations through Global OE Standard development and deployment and by working collaboratively with all levels of the organization to facilitate continuous improvement efforts and support CPChem EHSS organizations enterprise-wide through transformational change efforts in occupational safety. This will be accomplished through the following responsibilities:

  • Serve as Document Owner and Subject Matter Expert for Company Global OE Standards and applicable regulations related to occupational safety, with an emphasis on Life Critical Standards:

  • Assist Facilities in interpreting and complying with requirements of assigned Global OE Standards and of applicable, new, and revised U.S. Occupational Safety laws and regulations;

  • Develop training modules, gap assessment tools, and guidance documentation for new and significantly revised Global OE Standards and U.S. Occupational Safety laws and regulations;

  • Develop working knowledge of Facility procedures and practices appliable to assigned Global OE Standards;

  • Lead efforts to resolve conflicts/barriers to application of Global OE Standards, including evaluating requests for variances from and requests for changes to assigned Global OE Standards;

  • Assist Facilities and Commercial organizations in preparation and performance of system performance reviews and OE Self-Reviews for assigned Global OE Standards;

  • Serve as a mentor and institutional knowledge resource to CPChem EHSS organizations enterprise-wide for building and influencing understanding and competency in OSHA General Industry and Construction Standards (29 CFR § 1910 and 29 CFR § 1926) and their application;

  • Provide guidance and on-site training, as necessary, to Facilities and regional Health and Safety Contacts on assigned Global OE Standards and OSHA regulations;

  • Participate in occupational health trade and regulatory associations and in development of industry standards, as appropriate;

  • Serve as facilitator of the CPChem Safety and Health Best Practice Team, including influencing the development of local facility procedures and practices, as appropriate, and in leading enterprise-wide implementation of relevant best practices identified.

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Occupational Safety, Industrial Health; Safety & Fire Protection; Safety Engineering; or a closely related field;

  • Minimum of ten years of professional health and/or safety experience in the petrochemical/chemical industry;

  • Demonstrated working knowledge of application of OSHA 29 CFR § 1910 General Industry Standard and OSHA CFR § 1926 Construction Standard requirements and associated regulatory interpretations/compliance directives/Federal Register Notices;

  • Demonstrated working experience in public presentations, written communications, team and meeting facilitation, and organizational and systemic program development, commensurate with the stated responsibilities of this position.

  • Demonstrated working experience with qualitative and quantitative risk-analysis techniques, incident investigation methodologies, hazard analyses, change management approaches, and audits of safety, health, risk management, quality, and similar programs, commensurate with the stated responsibilities of this position.

  • Strong leadership and facilitation skills and proficiency in solving complex problems and analyzing unique issues;

  • Highly motivated and be a self-starter able to organize and manage multiple tasks concurrently as well as work with limited supervision;

  • Superior reading comprehension skills, persuasive communication skills, both oral and written, as well as strong interpersonal skills;

  • Ability to travel extensively, both domestically and internationally, up to 50% of the time; and

  • Proficiency in the utilization of Microsoft Office computer applications (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Visio)

Preferred Qualifications

  • Professional certifications (e.g., Certified Safety Professional)

Chevron Phillips Chemical offers competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package and at most locations, alternate work schedules. To learn more about Chevron Phillips Chemical and to be considered for a position, please visit us online today at www.cpchem.com.

Paper resumes will not be accepted. All job seekers must go to the web site to be considered for positions. If you are interested in applying for this position and need an accommodation to apply, please contact our Human Resources Service Center at 1-800-446-1422, option 4.

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, veteran status or marital status.

To all recruitment agencies: We are not responsible for any fee related to unsolicited resumes from 3rd party staffing and recruiting agencies (whether submitted through this website or sent directly to employees) unless a written agreement is in place between the agency and Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP (“Company”) and an authorized Company representative makes a written request to the agency to assist with this requisition. Similarly, no fee will be paid for candidates who apply and claim to be represented by an agency. Any unsolicited resumes, CVs, or other candidate information submitted by an agency will become the property of Company, and no fee will be paid in the event such candidate is hired.

Travel Requirements: Up to 50%

Eligibility for Relocation: Yes (Internal Candidates Only)

Closing Date: 10/28/2021

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