Coordinate ongoing effort to obtain various
permits for EPC’s scope of work in a timely fashion in order to remain in compliance with
National, Province, and Local regulations.
Interface with the functional groups as
necessary to access timely support for project activities, identify/implement
best practices and lessons learned
Work with PMT
and Functional groups to support development of documents such as oil spill
response plan and waste management plan.
project engineering and construction to ensure environmental and regulatory
development and submittal of EMCAPS regulatory compliance and environmental
management plans for project facilities
consultants, as necessary, to prepare and submit requisite environmental,
regulatory and socioeconomic impact assessments.
coordinate activities with functional groups, as appropriate, to develop and
implement appropriate plans for interfacing with Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO’s) and Government agencies.
advise PMT about EPC contractor’s environmental, regulatory and socioeconomic
documents and deliverables, as prescribed in project Coordination Procedure.
internal environmental, regulatory and socioeconomic stewardship reports, as
well as external reports required to satisfy Government or external financial
team, as appropriate, on special tasks and studies related to overall
Environmental and Regulatory permitting requirements, and community affairs at
shore tie-in and offshore work sites.
amicable relationships to facilitate open communication and transparency in
processes and procedures with various Government offices (BPMIGAS, Sea Com, etc) that are responsible for
issuing recommendations and approvals for regulatory and environmental permits.
with ITS to exploit full benefits of the work scope for which ITS has been
Required KNOWLEDGE, qualifications, skills, and EXPERIENCES:
Broad project management, technical and SH&E skills
with good understanding of working in a project setting and an ability to
interact amicably with various external stakeholders
5+ years broad-based experience preferred, with prior
experience in one or more related disciplines (i.e. Environmental, Regulatory
Experience interfacing with NGO and
other similar organisation
Knowledge of EMCAPS process, and in particular SH&E
Knowledge of EMDC strategies and key business drivers
Good interpersonal and communication skills in English and
Bahasa Indonesia. Ability to speak Jawanese is an additionally desirable
Adaptable to changing priorities as focus of activity is
expected to vary between the three disciplines.
Willingness to undertake business travel and/or field
based short term assignments
Ability to interact proactively in the Project’s interest,
with EPC contractor, local Government offices and local community in East Jawa
Placement : Jakarta