Emergency Response Coordinator in England - London, United Kingdom

at Brunel

Oil & Energy
Administration & Office Support
Minimum Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience
3 - 5 years
Employment Type
Full Time
Male or Female

Job Description

Implementation of Group Asset Protection standards and provision of emergency and oil spill response advice, support and assurance to operational activities.


- Assist with implementation of Group Emergency preparedness, Incident Management and Business Continuity Standard across company’s operations.
- Provide support to the Business Units on identification and assessment of credible emergency scenarios.
- Assist with the development, review and implementation of emergency response, oil spill contingency plans and bridging documents.
- Assist in the preparation and delivery training, exercises and emergency response drills for the Crisis Management Team and Incident Management Teams.
- Participate in audits and reviews to provide assurance on Asset Protection and EHS requirements with a specific focus on oil spill risks.
- Assist in the development and co-ordination of information and toolkits relating to Crisis and Emergency Management on the Company intranet site.
- Provide direct assistance to CEM teams responding to specific incidents and participate in post incident investigations as required.
- Establish effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders. 


A formal qualification in Crisis and Emergency Management, Disaster Management or Environment preferred.

- Experience and knowledge of crisis & emergency management, oil spill response and business continuity planning.
- Project management with strong emphasis on execution and delivery.
- Presentation and instructional skills.
- Experience working within the oil and gas or similar industry.
- Experience of working in remote and hazardous environments.
- Experience of working internationally with multi-cultural workforce – specific experience of working in Africa an advantage.
- Stakeholder management including demonstrable ability to influence at all levels of an organization.
- Knowledge of operational and technical EHS issues
- Competent with appropriate computer packages and technological systems and tools to aid CEM preparation, response and training.

Business Behaviours:
- Excellent verbal, written and listening skills
- Good communicator with open and constructive styles
- Open, honest & reliable, high personal integrity and commitment to high EHS standards.
- Able to work effectively as part of a team 
- Ability to work on own initiative, self motivating and disciplined
- Ability to take responsibility and manage tasks through to completion
- React quickly & flexible to changing circumstances, able to work under pressure
- Seek ways to find and apply best practice
- Adopt a pragmatic, fit for purpose approach 

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