Chevron Corporation Senior Logistics Specialist in Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Chevron is accepting online applications for the position of Senior Logistics Specialist located in Hong Kong.
Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:
Foster and cultivate a safety culture that leads to and sustains world-class incident-free operations by visible leadership.
Ensure local execution of safe, efficient and incident free transportation system throughout the Cluster.
Drives standardized processes, systems and metrics and improvement of environmental, safety and health performance as appropriate.
Ensure compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements and all applicable Corporate environmental, safety, health and commercial policies.
Oversee local execution of company transportation process in a safe and efficient manner for both Fuel and Lubricants part.
Provide active governance to ensure strict compliance of regulatory/company standards and procedures.
Collaborate with Supply Chain Logistics Cluster and Regional to ensure appropriate deployment of Best Practices in a prioritized fashion with highest impact initiatives implemented first.
Conduct incident investigation, identify and share Lessons Learned and best practices with Regional and across the Cluster for the good of the enterprise.
Implement and steward transportation optimization and safety programs.
Accountable for cost control oversight for all transportation operations within the Cluster (deliveries and secondary transportation) and ensure haulage payments are aligned with P2P ERS system.
Work with Logistics Manager & Operations Manager to drive cost reduction, improve safety performance and efficiency increases by gaining greater capacity and time utilization of all transportation fleet in Fuel & Lubricants.
Work closely with the Region & Cluster Logistics Transportation group to identify cost savings opportunities.
Drives execution of all cost savings opportunities / projects, including agreements with all carriers. Key NWT (Natural Work Team) member for supply chain optimization on Distribution network
Oversee service levels to provide a superior level of customer satisfaction through all customer facing activities including Auto-replenishment programs, NODS (No order delivery system), spot truck requirement, and new delivery sites assessment.
Collaborate with Retail, Commercial & Industrial (C&I) and Aviation to ensure that customer expectations are met in the most economical manner.
Establish and chair SM&I meeting with all stakeholders, Haulers, Retail, C&I and Procurement etc to review performances and address operational issues.
Manage good communication with interface areas such as Services Center, Engineering and Marketing Team.
Develop C&I new business/tendering strategy and competitive quotation to satisfy customer demand.
Close collaboration with stakeholders to formulate and implement negotiation
Work with Procurement, Retail, C&I, Regional Transportation Coordinator and local terminals in tender preparation before expiration of transpiration agreement.
Responsible for haulage contract negotiation and contract owner of MFTA (Master Fuel Transportation Agreement) to ensure global Road Transport Safety standards, tools and reporting systems are executed consistently by all haulers.
Develop transition and MOC plan when deliveries are being taken over by a new hauler/transportation supplier.
Close collaboration with stakeholders to formulate and implement negotiation tactics to drive best desirable results.
Lead and participate in special projects in Region, Cluster and Terminal level.
Acts as representative with Trade Associations, Regulatory agencies and transportation related industry forums.
Coordinates with Legal and Public Affairs to represent the company in matters where regulatory and legislation changes could affect our industry and the way we do business.
Minimum 10 years experience working in warehouse, transportation, Import Export or other logistics field
Minimum 5 years supervisory experience In an operations environment
Ability to achieve objectives at agreed upon cost and service levels
Execution of logistics transactional process
Warehouse Management System in a high-sku environment
Ensure full compliance with company and statutory requirements.
OE/HES knowledge and execution of OE process
Communication skill and can be a team member to perform team work
Bachelors degree in Business, Logistics or Supply Chain
Experience in digital supply chain or logistics
Experience in TPM, Lean and project management
Experience in managing 3rd Party Logistics Providers including a keen understanding of cost models utilized
Familiar with warehousing and transportation of chemicals products
Knowledge of financial measurements of logistics
Strong computer literacy and demonstrated use of technology to improve logistics performance
Demonstrated leadership and communication skills
Tactical and strategic thinking skills
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Chevron Corporation is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies. Through its subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide, the company is involved in virtually every facet of the energy industry. Chevron explores for, produces and transports crude oil and natural gas; refines, markets and distributes transportation fuels and lubricants; manufactures and sells petrochemicals and additives; generates power; and develops and deploys technologies that enhance business value in every aspect of the company's operations. Chevron is based in San Ramon, Calif. More information about Chevron is available at www.chevron.com.
Chevron is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status, or other status protected by law or regulation.