Senior Risk Engineer shall be responsible for developing, coordinating, monitoring and implementing risk management activities.
This role drives the strategy and best practices that help us develop an organized, comprehensive and integrated risk management strategy and prepare Risk Management Plan (RMP).
Duties include (but are not limited to) :
Risk Management Planning
To develop an organized, comprehensive and integrated risk management strategy and prepare and submit for Client Approval a Risk Management Plan (RMP) determining the methods to be used to execute this strategy.
The plan shall define, as a minimum :
a. Objectives and goals
b. Required technical expertise and roles and responsibilities
c. Tools and techniques for identification, assessment, rating (probability of occurrence and potential impact) and procedure for consideration of response strategies
d. Monitoring and control methodology and metrics
e. Reporting and communication needs
Perform risk identification based on objective and subjective sources. Phase-specific risk identification shall cover, without being limited to, engineering, transportation, Construction, installation, testing, Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning, initial operations and Performance Testing.
Categorize risks as Safety, Health, Environment & Security (SHE&S), disruption to Plant operations, reputation, quality, cost and impact on Work Time Schedule.
Risk Analysis and Response Planning
Apply a systematic qualitative approach to estimate the level of identified risks by using a probability of occurrence and consequence of occurrence scales together with a risk mapping matrix to convert the values to risk levels.
Upon identifying risks, Senior Risk Engineer shall :
Develop a Project Risk Register and present it for Approval
Evaluate Approved risks probability of occurrence
Evaluate Approved risks consequence of occurrence
Convert the above values into risk levels and prioritize the risks accordingly
Develop for each Approved risk a Response Plan by selecting the most appropriate response option(s) (acceptance, avoidance, mitigation or transfer) and specific implementation approach and documenting them in the Project Risk Register with the objective of reducing the risk to an acceptable level and / or exploiting potential opportunities.
Senior Risk Engineer shall help to identify the responsible person for each Risk Response Plan.
Risk Monitoring and ControlManage identified risks through implementation of Risk Response Plans. Verify effectiveness of response actions Periodically Review / revisit risks Periodically re-run analysis.
Regularly (monthly) update / revise / re-issue Risk Register including Risk Response Plans.
Conduct follow-up meetings.
Initiate risk Workshops at the beginning of each Project phase
Minimum of 5-7 years loss prevention experience, preferably in Oil & Gas Industries
Knowledge of ISO / NIST Risk Management Guidelines
Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
Degree in engineering, but equivalent experience along with a degree in process safety / control will be considered
Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering or Process Control and Safety
ISACA CRISC Certified in Risk Management qualification is an advantage.
Project Manager Solid Line Reporting
Personality / Behaviours / Competencies :
Good understanding of Cyber Security portfolio.
Good communication skill in English (R
Business sense, standout colleague, service mindset
Proficient computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Office products)
Exceptional team working ethic and interpersonal skills
Very Good level of knowledge across cyber security
Well organized and methodical.
Ability to prioritize and dynamically adjust to changing demands.
Independent, self-sufficient, able to work alone even without direct supervision.
Capable of taking full responsibility for executing projects, sometimes at remote locations.
Confident to work under customer pressure.
Able to show initiative, take decisions, follow through to a conclusion.
Focused on results rather than process.