Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2008 10:21:58 -0400
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From: List Moderator <ecgrants**At_Symbol_Here**UVM.EDU>
Subject: Safety Manager Position Opening
Comments: To: SAFETY

ConocoPhillips is seeking a Safety Manager in Texas. They are  
targeting safety professionals in the chemical industry. Below is more  

information about the position. If you are interested, contact:

Phil Stephenson

Associate Partner, Executive Search


Lucas Group

In Partnership With The Wall Street Journal

1925 Century Park East Suite 750

Los Angeles, CA 90067
P:  (310) 595-2611
P:  (800) 497-5475 xt 511
C:  (818) 370-7008
F:  (310) 275-2933

Safety Manager, U.S. Refining

Company Overview

ConocoPhillips is an international, integrated energy company with  
operations in nearly 40 countries. As the third-largest integrated  
energy company in the United States and fifth-largest refiner in the  
world, ConocoPhillips=92 goal is to deliver energy in a safe,  
environmentally and socially responsible manner. Approximately 32,600  

ConocoPhillips employees work worldwide to consistently deliver top  
performance and value to maintain the company's global market  
position. Employees' individual talents and strengths combine to  
create a diverse and energized workforce within ConocoPhillips.  
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, the company had $178 billion of  
assets as of December 31, 2007.


The Safety Manager, U.S. Refining reports to the Manager, HS&E, U.S.  
Refining.  The purpose of this position is to coordinate Safety,  
Occupational Health and Loss Prevention programs throughout U.S.  
Refining.  U. S. Refining consists of the 12 U. S. based refineries,  
employs approximately 8,000 employees.

The Safety Manager=92s responsibilities may include, but are not limited 
to the following:
=B7    Lead the implementation of the S&OH elements of the HSE  
Management System within Refining
=B7    Overall ownership of Safety, Occupational Health and Loss  
Prevention programs for refineries
=B7    Interface with refinery management, S&OH staff and union  
representatives in the development of programs
=B7    Coordinate professional and career development for staff through  

leadership of the Refining S&OH Network
=B7    Utilizing HSEMS to monitor S&OH performance, identify areas of  

improvement and implement improvement strategies
=B7    Maintain key performance indicators and report to senior 
=B7    Coordinate the capturing of cost synergies and best practice  
development where appropriate
=B7    Provide oversight for risk reduction programs and report progress 
to senior management
=B7    Make recommendations for S&OH long range plan inclusions so as to 
address strategic improvements

=B7    Lead the Refining S&OH and Contractor Safety Networks and sub- 
=B7    Interface with Corporate staff on programs, reviews and  
assessments, incident reports and injury statistics
=B7    Participate in external trade organizations (NPRA, API)  
representing ConocoPhillips as necessary

	Legally authorized to work in the United States on a regular 
time basis without restrictions
=B7    B.S. in Safety and Occupational Health or related discipline
=B7    10 or more years of experience working in refining or  
petrochemical operations in an HS&E role

	Prior experience in an operations role in a refinery or 
	Prior supervisory position at refinery or manufacturing facility
	CSP certification
	Ability to work with refinery staff groups to lead effective 
	Strong communication and influencing skills

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