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There are currently the following roles available at Oil & Gas UK

  • Stakeholder & Communications Director (Aberdeen or London)
  • Supply Chain & HSE Director (Aberdeen or London)

Stakeholder & Communications Director  
Full Time
Aberdeen or London

The Role

Based in either Aberdeen or London, and reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Stakeholder & Communications Director will be responsible for working with a variety of stakeholders and member companies across the full spectrum within the oil and gas sector in the UK. The Director will lead a team of 16 responsible for the media relations, PR, events, membership services, government relations, crisis management, external relations and corporate communications.

The role has a mix of strategic and operational duties and responsibilities and will lead a new, combined team, integrating the various functions previously managed by different parts of Oil & Gas UK. Members of the team are based in both London and Aberdeen.

The role is one of four Directors in the Leadership Team reporting to the CEO and as such has the ability to influence not just within the areas of functional specialism, but the wider organisational direction. This is a high-profile role that will require a significant level of visibility across the industry and as such will need the right individual to sustain their profile in the industry, stay engaged with the key decision-makers across the sector and develop broader networks.

The Candidate

The ideal candidate will be a senior leader with a breadth of functional skills and experience in all aspects of Corporate Communications, Government and Public Affairs and Media Relations. The successful candidate must have the ability to operate at a variety of industry levels, up to and including main board and government ministerial level.

The Director must be able to be influential with Government agencies, industry leaders, functional forums and regulatory bodies, and ensure that members’ interests are well represented.  The candidate will be comfortable operating in diverse, sensitive, and political environments so fundamental to success is an individual who has strong diplomatic skills.

Strong advocacy skills are required, including influencing and negotiation, with the ability to challenge in a constructive and non-confrontational manner.  The scope of the role is well defined but there is the opportunity to further develop this aligned to the greater good of the Membership and therefore the industry.

If you would like to discuss this role in more detail, please contact Ryan Brown – email: [email protected] or by telephone 0044 (0)1224 218975.

http://www.odgersberndtson.com/en-gb/opportunities#AssignDetail.aspx?guid=63613


Supply Chain & HSE Director  
Full Time
Aberdeen or London

The Role

Based in Aberdeen or London, and reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the remit is broad and key responsibilities will encompass a range of activities across the Supply Chain and Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) arenas affecting members. Critical to success will be working with multiple stakeholders and member organisations in the UK, with whom relationship management is key.

The Director will have a keen focus on the SC elements of the position as the industry works hard to engage with the supply chain across the UK as it seeks to deliver greater cost efficiency and more collaboration in order to maximise economic recovery for the UKCS. HSE is an essential part of the agenda and as such the Director should be able to demonstrate knowledge, experience and delivery in such a context.

This is a high-profile role, which will require a significant level of visibility across the industry and as such will need the right individual to sustain their profile in the industry, stay engaged with the key decision-makers across the sector and develop broader networks.

The Candidate

The ideal candidate will be a broad oil and gas leader with core functional skills and experience in SC which will be combined with sound Health, Safety & Environment operational delivery, understanding and exposure.

The right candidate will be able to function in a high profile, relationship-based organisation. Engaging with members and other professional bodies within the industry, and understanding the structure and functioning of other institutions and their respective legislative processes, will be key to success in this role.

The Director must be influential with Governments and their agencies, industry and functional forums, and regulatory bodies and ensure that members’ interests are well represented.  The candidate will be comfortable understanding and operating in diverse, sensitive, and political environments, so fundamental to success for this position is an individual who has strong diplomatic skills. Strong advocacy skills are required including influencing and negotiation, combined with the ability to challenge in a constructive and non-confrontational manner.

If you would like to discuss this role in more detail, please contact Kimberlee Anderson – email: [email protected] or by telephone 0044 (0)1224 218972.

http://www.odgersberndtson.com/en-gb/opportunities#AssignDetail.aspx?guid=63612

 

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