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

  • Communications Adviser (London or Aberdeen)
  • Editorial Adviser (London)
  • Business Advisers (London and Aberdeen) 2 Roles
  • Decommissioning Manager (Aberdeen)                                             

Communications Adviser
Full Time
Aberdeen or London

We seek a communications professional to join a busy Stakeholder and Communications team as a Communications Adviser. Reporting to the Communications Manager, you will work collaboratively across the organisation and its subsidiaries to provide exceptional media and public relations expertise.

The successful candidate will be a first-rate copywriter and creative storyteller with proven experience in media and public relations. They will develop and deliver effective media and PR campaigns (using traditional, social and digital platforms) on issues relevant to the Industry and help promote the association’s events and publications.

Creative, versatile written and oral communications skills, including speech writing, creating advanced presentations and digital content, are essential. Candidates should have strong news sense and be a good team player with an ability to manage relationships and the drive to work across teams to deliver targeted communications to multiple audiences.

This is an exciting role in a high-profile organisation at the heart of one of the country’s most important industrial sectors. An understanding of energy issues in general and the oil and gas industry in particular is desirable but not essential, together with a nose for the newsworthy story. You must be able to demonstrate a keen interest in the industry, as well as the capacity to cope under pressure.  In return for hard work and commitment, the organisation offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits.

If you are interested in the either vacancy, please apply by sending a detailed CV and a personal statement together with location preferred to Dionne McGregor at [email protected] . A full job description can be found at here      

Due to the high volume of applications we will be unable to respond to each applicant. If you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.  

Closes 11th July 2018                                                    


Editorial Adviser
Full Time
London

We seek an exceptional editorial specialist to join a busy design, digital and editorial team as our Editorial Adviser, based in London. Reporting to the Design, Digital & Editorial Manager, you will undertake duties with a strong emphasis on writing, editing, digital and social media skills and proof-reading.

You will be responsible for delivering an effective suite of print and digital publishing tools that meet Oil & Gas UK’s business priorities, reinforce the Oil & Gas UK brand and enhance its reputation. Candidates should have extensive copywriting, editing, corporate and report writing experience preferably with a journalistic background and relevant editorial qualifications and/or training. Ideally having experience working with technical content e.g. energy, engineering, science of similar. A strong news sense with an ability to write and edit content in different editorial styles, from corporate reports to news and features, to marketing copywriting.

The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal and communication skills and a high degree of literacy. A keen eye for detail, creative writing styles, strong time management, project planning and organisational skills as well as being a flexible team player. Intermediate level of using content management systems, email marketing systems, InDesign, PowerPoint, Word, Excel and Acrobat are essential.

This is an exciting role in a high-profile organisation at the heart of one of the country’s most important industrial sectors. An understanding of membership organisations, energy issues in general and the oil and gas industry is essential. You must have a keen interest in the industry’s wide-ranging issues and topics, as well as the capacity to cope under pressure, in return for hard work and commitment, the organisation offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits

If you are interested in the vacancy, please apply by sending a detailed CV and a personal statement to Dionne McGregor at [email protected] . A full job description can be found at here  

Closes 29th June 2018


Business Advisers (2 roles) London and Aberdeen
Full Time
Aberdeen

We are seeking two talented graduates to join the market intelligence team which provides analysis and insight on the oil and gas industry in the UK and offers project support across Oil & Gas UK’s priority areas.

Reporting to the Market Intelligence Manager and as a valued member of the Market Intelligence team of business advisers, you will service the research, analytical and reporting requirements of all the teams within Oil & Gas UK in a timely and professional manner providing general and specialist business advice as required.

The successful candidate(s) will carry out analysis, provide and share insight and presentations and engage with members and key stakeholders in the industry. They will work with thought leaders across the energy sector. As such, the successful candidate must have the ability to prepare, analyse and present complex information in an effective and timely manner with good oral and written communication fluency to match.

Minimum of a 2:1 honours in a business, economics, mathematical or engineering related degree

The role gives an ideal introduction to this industry, providing:

  • a broad perspective on the oil and gas sector and its importance to the UK economy
  • opportunities to hone analytical, presentational and interpersonal skills
  • the exposure to a wide range of companies across the entire energy supply chain
  • access to senior professionals and industry leaders enabling the creation of a large network of contacts

In return for hard work and commitment, the organisation offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits.

If you are interested in either of the above vacancies, please apply by sending a detailed CV and a personal statement, including preferred working location (Aberdeen or London), for the relevant position to Dionne McGregor at [email protected] . A full job description can be found at here      

Due to the high volume of applications we regret we will be unable to respond to each applicant. If you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.                                                                                    

Closes 29th June 2018


Decommissioning Manager
Full Time
Aberdeen

The Position

Based in Aberdeen and reporting to the Upstream Policy Director, the Decommissioning Manager will provide subject matter expertise, working in partnership with Members, Government and Regulators to shape the Decommissioning agenda across the sector, ensuring risks are managed and best practice is shared across the industry. The role will focus on leading, coordinating and facilitating projects and groups of members, and working with the various agendas that impact them.

This is a high profile role where the business model is still being developed and the opportunities to develop the UK as a global leader in Decommissioning are within the industries’ reach. The successful candidate will need to be capable of working closely at a senior level with member companies across the whole Supply Chain to encourage proficient late-life asset management and an innovative approach to Decommissioning.

The incumbent will lead on all Decommissioning related issues and late life asset management, as well as handle a range of related asset stewardship and engineering issues. Other key job responsibilities include Decommissioning liabilities, facilitating access to data for the industry and developing assurance products to help manage liabilities for the industry.

The Candidate

The ideal candidate will have broad Oil & Gas skills and experience with a core understanding of the Decommissioning arena. These will be combined with sound knowledge of and exposure to the complexities of stakeholder management and influencing in a trade body context.

Candidates will most likely have a mix of engineering and commercial career history with a broader skillset which enables them to contribute across the wider agenda that this position, and the rest of the team in the Upstream Policy Department, handle.

The Decommissioning Manager must have an understanding of the wider arena and context of the industry and where Decommissioning fits in now and in the future. A good knowledge and understanding of the issues surrounding liability, risk and the legal regulatory framework in Decommissioning would be advantageous.

If you would like to discuss this role in more detail, please contact Karyn O’Neill – email: [email protected] or by telephone 0044 (0)1224 218963.  

Due to the high volume of applications we regret we will be unable to respond to each applicant. If you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.                                                                               

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