Reservoir Engineer
Miri, Sarawak and Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Skill Group: Petroleum Engineering
Reference ID: 14638BR

The role of Reservoir Engineer is expected to perform a full range of hands-on Reservoir Engineering work to support the asset in achieving business objectives. In addition, the incumbent is expected to add to the technical capability of the subsurface community by coaching, mentoring and helping to develop the capabilities of peers and colleagues as well as contribute to Reservoir Engineering (RE) discipline health and business improvements the asset. This position provides an opportunity for both technical broadening and expertise deepening, and requires highly motivated individuals with the capacity and flexibility to work on a diverse range of projects/fields.


Deliver high quality Reservoir Engineering (RE) technical work to support and enhance all field development activities (optimisation of future phases of the field);

Identify, compile and interpret key RE data as input to development studies. Construct/update and perform prediction sensitivities with dynamic simulation models (MoReS) to address the key business decision and value drivers for the asset;

Deliver robust RE technical work that help drive the team towards excellence in pro-active Wells, Reservoir and Facility Management (WRFM) in order to optimise oil recovery under water and gas injection;

Work with other subsurface disciplines and Well Engineering in planning for any potential development wells. In particular, ensure that pore pressure prediction ranges capture the full range of uncertainties as part of the Well Delivery Process;

Be actively involved in technical engagements with key stakeholders, both internal and external, including P&T, Partners and the Regulator (PETRONAS). Seek early alignment on technical issues and establish strong working relationships;

Ensure work is subjected to appropriate internal and external reviews to ensure that deliverables are fit-for-purpose;

Ensure compliance with Shell annual business deliverables (Business Plan, ARPR etc) including any internal review requirements and deliver discipline standard documentation in-line with Discipline Controls and Assurance Framework (DCAF) requirements;

Coach junior team members by frequent face-to-face technical engagements and taking a prominent role in organising knowledge sharing events;

Contribute to the company's HSSE targets and aspirations. Adhere to process safety and safety critical rules relevant for Reservoir Engineering.

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Brand & CVP Manager, Malaysia
Menara Shell Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Skill Group: Commercial and Retail
Reference ID: 12142BR

The role of the manager is central within the Shell Retail organization and entails market analysis and understanding to drive future market share growth with priority focus on key customer segments in Malaysia.


Leverage on customer analytics and business/competitor data to drive market specific customer experience delivery at sites.

Responsible for developing & overseeing the Retail Customer Experience Delivery integrating the Brand, Fuels CVP, Consumer Insights and consumer intelligence, on-site operations, etc and innovation which reflects the changing consumer trends.

Lead immediate effort to integrate and improve the quality and consistency of the overall customer experience at sites with the development of strategic initiatives by the various class of business such as non-fuel retailing growth projects, Customer loyalty rejuvenation, new payment innovation & Network innovation to deliver a seamless superior customer experience

Support the Marketing Manager to develop overall short & mid-term marketing plans based on the strategies, ensuring they deliver the medium term financial aspirations of the business

Develop a new partnership model in the country with the ability to expand the business customer base with the intent to drive increase in product penetration and profitability per customer and help design a platform for measurement to be used by the Retail team.

Support the other functions of the Marketing team & Network team to ensure consistent standards of the Brand & CVP activities of Shell Malaysia

Acts as local focal point for brand standards enquiries and escalate concerns to global RVI & Brand Standards Manager when necessary

Initiates consumer research based on brief and budget being approved and Interfaces with local research and media agencies to implement consumer research

Plays an active role in ensuring all local site-level marketing materials and image standards are in line with global and retail standards

Coordinate cross functional work stream for integrated initiatives,

Monitor & track competitor activities in all markets

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Inspection Engineer - Field
Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia

Skill Group: Discipline Engineering
Reference ID: 13537BR

Provide a technically competent and effective inspection service for the static equipment and piping in the plant;

Prepare and implement realistic inspection monitoring programs both on and off streams to maximize uninterrupted operation of the plant;

Department focal point for inspection planning, SAP and IDMS;

Supervise & execute the HEMP and Safety Critical Activities in accordance to specific performance standard as per GAS GAME processes for safe and reliable operation. Refer to CA list and SCE list;

Lead a team of inspectors during inspection shutdown and ensure that the work scope for shutdown complies with the requirements of both SMDS and statutory regulations;

Conduct in depth investigation and diagnosis of static equipment and piping failures or irregularities;

Provide quality control on incoming technical products;

Provide support to maintenance and project for material and welding related issues;

Supervise inspection and testing for Safety Critical Equipment (SCE) i.e. corrosion circuits (cc) and pressure relieving devices (PRD). Evaluate and analyze the result before input into IDMS;

Perform or plan the inspection as per stated in SMDS HEMP Critical Activity;

Optimise operating and capital expenditure;

Train and develop inspection technician in various inspection disciplines.

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Management Driver
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Skill Group: Downstream Supply Chain
Reference ID: 13924BR

Job Descriptions:

To provide a safe and reliable transportation service to the Chairman & Senior management team

To drive the Company vehicle in accordance with the legal requirements and Company procedures (Life Saving Rules) following duties allocated by supervisor

To be on standby whenever required for the services

To ensure cleanliness of the vehicle at all times

To observe punctuality and ensure a timely journey to/from destination with safety aspect in place

Assist in other administrations work for Chairman's office as and when required

This position is on Contract Terms

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Skill Group: Finance5
Reference ID: 13969BR

Job Descriptions:

The role’s primary objective is for the candidate to support and conduct investigations into potential breaches of the Code of Conduct, company policy and the law. Investigations may involve, but are not limited to, fraud, theft, bribery and corruption, conflict of interest, anti-trust and may involve employees, contract employees, vendors/suppliers and others. The role requires conducting witness and subject interviews, the collection, preservation and analysis of evidence (digital and hard copy) to appropriate court standards, as well as a preparation of detailed written reports subject to third party review (civil and/or criminal) and testify as required in legal proceedings.

The candidate should be able to maintain strict confidentiality, independence and standards of professionalism in the conduct and management of investigations and be able to identify accounting and internal control weaknesses, and determine the quantum of potential and actual loss.

The role’s secondary objective is to act as the Integrity Due Diligence (IDD) screenings focal point for the Asia Pacific Region and to assist the Regional Head of Business Integrity in engaging Company’s IDD vendor with respect to IDD screenings, background checks and performing quality control on the output of the IDD vendor.

The candidate is expected to execute IDD screenings/background checks on identified entities either by conducting and/or coordinating with Company’s IDD vendor both overt and discrete site visits to establish the existence of office locations as well as screening corporate records and official certificates, interviewing parties etc and escalating identified integrity issues/red flags discovered during IDD screenings/background checks to the Regional Head of Business Integrity.

The candidate will act as the interface between IDD requestors, the IDD Team in Glasgow UK and Cyberjaya Malaysia, Legal Subject Matter Experts, Business Compliance Officers, the IDD vendor and other process stakeholders, as well as ensuring that all documentation pertaining to IDD screenings/background checks is properly retained in line with Company’s Record Management & Retention policies.

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Manager, Government Relations
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Skill Group: Corporate & External Affairs
Reference ID: 13825BR

Job Descriptions:

Government Relations (GR) is a team of government relations professionals reporting to the EVP Global Government Relations, who in turn reports to the Chief Executive Officer.

GR’s mission is to support Shell’s business success, creating and delivering optimal business value and distinguishing Shell from competitors in the view of governments. GR delivers this by understanding and influencing government needs and policies and by ensuring that the company’s geographical perspective is balanced against business and functional strategies in line with the overall objectives of the Group.

Support the Country Chair/businesses/functions on Government Relations efforts in representing Shell's interests to the Government and regulators that have an interest in, and potential impact on, Shell's domestic and international businesses on the short and long-term business environment as Government and other external stakeholders affect it.

The Advisor is expected to develop understanding of regional/country and local business, geopolitical trends and key decision makers/influencers, as well as an understanding of the key drivers for Shell Group success.

Advocacy and advice
• Supports the management of issues that are impacted by Government.
• Provides advice to the businesses on Government Relations strategy, including representation on issues.
• Advises and represents the interests of the businesses with Government officials.
• Supports representation by Shell on a number of external groups as required.

Business Delivery
• Advise and brief regional /country business VPs on issues and opportunities related to external stakeholder engagement to maximize value;
• Provide Shell representation when critical stakeholders visit the countries or are visiting key countries for Shell GR interests;
• Ensure appropriate alignment (and coordinate the involvement) of colleagues from various parts of Shell (Businesses and Functions) in the management of regional/country level issues and cross-border business opportunities.

Leveraging Relationships
• Develop independent access country information and insights for use by businesses;
• Cultivate relationships with relevant external stakeholders especially with senior ambassadors and business councils of the countries;
• Leverage external perspectives and form own perspectives on country issues for their impact on the Group;
• Represent Shell, as appropriate, in key events and initiatives.

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Senior Legal Counsel (Litigation)
Kuala lumpur, Malaysia

Skill Group: Legal
Reference ID: 13979BR

Job Descriptions:
This role is accountable to the Managing Counsel, Global Litigation - Asia Pacific for the following:

- management of the Group’s litigation and regulatory dispute matters (“litigation”) and providing cost effective and efficient litigation legal services to meet the litigation and dispute resolution needs and priorities of entire Businesses;
- direct management of litigation matters, including high-risk and high-value litigation matters;
- providing advice and counsel to legal and business managers with respect to litigation issues;
- engagement and close management of external counsel as necessary on litigation matters;
- interfacing with lawyers in other organisations in company Legal Services regarding litigation risks impacting their areas of responsibility;
- consistent use of LSGL systems and processes, including Team Connect; LORP; and AFA Program;
- providing insight and expertise in management and risk evaluation of litigation matters;
- providing executive training on litigation risks; and
- liaising with Corporate Communications (CX) and Industrial Relations (IR) to provide messaging around litigation matters that pose high reputational risks for the Group.

The dimensions of this role include:

- managing a substantial portfolio of disputes with significant financial exposure and significant Group reputation exposure;
- developing a litigation strategy for disputes;
- managing all activity related to disputes, including case assessment, strategy development, client communication, management of outside counsel, recommendation of provisions and disclosures, settlement recommendations and compliance with Shell policies and procedures relating to settlement authorities, and management of reputational issues;
- providing senior leaders in the relevant Businesses with strategic legal advice to avoid, minimize and manage litigation risks in the Asia Pacific region;
- coordinating with appropriate internal stakeholders, including CX, Government Relation (GR), Sustainable Development, etc, on issues involving disputes.

We operates within a highly complex and litigious legal environment. At any given time companies within the Group are party to a substantial number of litigation matters and lawsuits, and are constantly subject to additional threats of litigation. In addition, the Group operates with a complex structure involving global lines of business, numerous legal entities, and different joint business arrangements across a number of jurisdictions. The Global Litigation organization is accountable for providing advice that enables the business to operate effectively and with minimal risk under these circumstances. This position will require a good amount of travel, direct interface with senior management and collaboration with lawyers in other jurisdictions. This role will need to have a strong focus on India as part of the role, ideally spending some time there and making arrangements with local firms to handle as much as possible of the Group's Indian litigation under supervision from KL.

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Senior Production Technologist
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Skill Group: Production Engineering Upstream
Reference ID: 14413BR

To provide a full range of professional Production Technologist services to the Sabah Deepwater Development team. Effectively and efficiently deliver Production Technologist products to help meet business objectives. Coach, mentor and help to develop the capabilities of peers and colleagues. Contribute to Production Technologist discipline health and business improvements.

1. Support well delivery and startup, conceptual well design and Wells Reservoir and Facilities Management (WRFM) plan delivery going forward.
2. Supervise/coach two or more Production Technologist staff.
3. Support overall well integrity management

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Business Opportunity Manager
Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia

Skill Group: Petroleum Engineering
Reference ID: 14415BR

Business Opportunity Manager (BOM) with primary accountability for the maturation of a portfolio of new gas projects within the Sarawak Asset, which are currently in the Assess phase and are targeted to be brought on stream from 2018 onwards.

-Accountable for overall management of the above developments across the full Business TECOP (Technical, Economic, Commercial, Organizational, Political) spectrum. Primary focus being the E/C/P elements while supporting the project management
-Integrates and works Venture/Business issues with the wider stakeholder community (internal & external), including PETRONAS and JV Partners.
-Key interfaces will be the Sarawak ADL (Asset Development Leader) and Operations teams, Asset Commercial, Project Teams and various other internal stakeholders (HSSE, Exploration, Technical Authorities etc).
-Ensure close collaboration with projects organization in the execution of the above projects.
-Representing Shell at various Technical and Management Committees.

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Subsea Integrity & Intervention Team Lead
Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia

Skill Group: Discipline Engineering
Reference ID: 14066BR

The Shell Malaysia Exploration & Production (SMEP) Production Directorate (PD) organisation is designed to operate seamlessly across Asia Pacific & deliver operational excellence in HSE, technical integrity management, and production and cost leadership. This is done by standardising, simplifying and optimising of core operational processes, creating real dependency between locations, and between activities across borders, and facilitating active allocation of resources towards the highest value adding work. Rapid sharing and incorporation of learning and best practices will be essential to delivery of cost and production promises. The organisation is also designed to provide clear accountabilities for performance and provides a strong functional excellence relative to existing relevant organisations to drive improved execution across the region.

To lead the development, integration and optimisation of a Shell Malaysia EP integrated subsea activity Plan across assets (Sabah and Sarawak) and functional (logistics, engineering, wells) activity plans to ensure optimal delivery of the overall Malaysian business plan.

The Subsea Intervention and Integrity Team Leader are responsible for providing Top side and Underwater IMR (Inspection, Maintenance, Repair), Asset Integrity management and Operational support across Shell Malaysia Exploration & Production (SMEP) organisation.

SMEP Subsea activities portfolio:

Subsea Asset Integrity

Subsea Technical and HSSE Operational Assurance

Diving and ROV Technical Authority Advisor and HSSE & SP Assurance

Underwater Services Inspection, Maintenance and Repair

Subsea Shallow Water Front End Engineering Projects Support

MEDE budgeting and planning strategies

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Diving and Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Advisor
Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia

Skill Group: Discipline Engineering
Reference ID: 14067BR

The Maintenance Discipline Engineering group provides support to Shell Malaysia EP Production Assets to safeguard and improve the technical integrity and reliability.

Key success factors are the completion of the Asset “Fix” program, and embedding the elements needed to sustain and improve performance.

Uphold a Technical Assurance role (TA2) per the DCAF (Discipline Controls and Assurance Framework) Standards in the operate phase.

Lead Technical Investigations of failures and follow up with corrective actions.

Coaching and Mentoring of colleagues within the Underwater Services / CSR’s

Management of HSSE Social Performance (SP) strategies and incentives as applicable to work copes and business environment

Responsible for the underwater contractor’s compliance (IMCA- International Marine Contractors Association and OGP -International Association of Oil and Gas Producers) during its implementation stage.

Responsible for the safeguarding and maintenance of all underwater equipment in regard to conformance to industry standards (IMCA and OGP)

Conduct HAZID (Hazard Identification) and Risk Analysis with regards to underwater operations in support of the regional assets.

Ensures that all incidences pertaining to underwater operations (including near misses) shall be reported, takes the lead to investigate and analyse root causes to prevent future recurrence.

Ensure that all communication (both process and equipment) pertaining to underwater operations and safety is established and complied with.

Responsible for monitoring emergency response arising from incidences associated with underwater operations in the region.

The regional link to the Diving Center Excellence encompassing underwater operations or engineering technology, standards, best practices and procedures.

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Category Manager - Retail
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Skill Group: Commercial and Retail
Reference ID: 12087BR

Shell Retail is the largest branded fuels and convenience retailer in the world, and is the number one preferred brand in our sector. Daily, millions of consumers choose our premium fuels and shop products. As Category Manager for this category, you are responsible to grow and maximize business opportunities for this category, by working closely with external supplier. This role has a special challenge on having to grow the segment which are imposed with heavy policies and regulation.

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Lubes Sales Operations Specialist (MY)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Skill Group: Commercial and Retail
Reference ID: 13780BR

Job Descriptions:

Review dashboard with Account Manager (AM) for selected customers, agree on priority areas; develop plan across functions.

Design, development and execution of reports with analysis and summary of conclusions where contractually obliged and not available in IT tools. Complex multiple tables involved, local business knowledge and relationships required

Gather data and commentary to prepare Customer Business Reviews aligned with Sales Business Plans.

Support AM by tracking performance of volume, growth and operational targets.

Assist Sales with analysis tools, business case development and data management to process special pricing

Participate and coordinate with customers and account managers to ensure smooth launch of new customers

Attend meetings with account managers to provide clarity to the account set-up process and display the value added activities from OTC.

Visit customers to gather input and share ideas to build relationships, improve processes and add value.

Where contractually obliged, act as single POC and coordinate issues through other functions.

Identify key operational people at customer locations and proactively call to prevent issue escalations and to support role out of new functionality (e.g. how is your einvoicing going?)

Ensuring legal/fiscal compliance that is relevant for all customers (e.g. due to regulated environment)

Act as Sales Support Super User / SME - escalate issues as needed, assist peers

Complete standard and non-standard contracts incl. all sign offs

Review contract performance as part of new SCM process: -

Advise on offer and contract

Coordinate Contract Review Panel meeting (e.g. bring deal forwards, document decisions made)

Prepare standard and custom/non-standard contact

Ensure adherence to DDD, contract and CARM MOA

Execute contract

Operate Contract and Monitor Life Cycle

Manage elements of the DFOA process, including: -

Monitor and ensure Distributor Partner Contracts are accurate, complete and valid & include HSSE requirements.

Monitor E2E Distributor & customer set up and amend process liaising where appropriate with internal service providers, i.e. LSC, HMRC, PLM, ecommerce, to ensure timely and accurate set up within defined SLA.

Ensures process in place to communicate relevant Customer data to Distributor Partner for new Customers or changes to existing Customers

Set and maintain KPI’s to monitor DFOA related activities across the Offer to Cash processes to highlight good and poor performance using analytical skills to highlight and CI skills to ensure continuous process evaluation & improvements are triggered.

Provide regular performance updates to stakeholders to outline Distributor Partner performance & customer satisfaction.

Facilitates training & knowledge transfer re systems, delivery promise and transactional processes to Distributor Partners.

Primary stakeholder relationships required covering AM/STLs, Customers, Credit, LSC, CSC, Tax, Legal, FinOps, Finance etc

Demonstrates strong relationship building skills, including customer and service providers within the business

Must be able to influence peers, stakeholders and customer. Must have experience of leading without formal authority.

Manage multiple projects with aggressive deadlines; influence stakeholders across all levels in the organization; interact and drive performance with stakeholders at various levels; ability to understand and work across all aspects of Offer to Cash.

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Aircraft Operations Supervisor
Miri, Malaysia

Skill Group: Aircraft
Reference ID: 14109BR

To lead, supervise, organize and manage safe aircraft and flight operations in the transportation of personnel and freight for Shell Malaysia Exploration & Production which seeks “best in class” performance, safety and security. To manage aviation services contract and ensure compliance with the commercial and HSSE contract performance. Optimize the use of resources in the most efficient and cost effective ways. Provide aviation expert advice and support to other business units.

To ensure air transportation operates seamlessly in Malaysia and deliver operational excellence in HSE, technical integrity, production and cost leadership through standardization, simplification and optimization of core operational processes, creating real dependency between locations/activities across borders and facilitating the active allocation of resources towards the highest value adding work. Rapid sharing and incorporation of learning and best practices are essential to the delivery of cost and services.

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