Loss Control Specialist @Phillips 66

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Job Description:

Primary Accountabilities/Responsibilities

  • Selecting, instructing, and monitoring independent inspection companies in order that correct cargo transfer procedures and measurement standards are used.
  • Investigate quantity and quality issues and claims against Phillips 66 with a view to prevention of recurrence and maximizing recovery of claims and identify and recover loss claims against Suppliers & Shippers.
  • Investigating measurement and quality issues relating to custody transfer movements.
  • Onsite physical attendance of Phillips 66 core leased storage facilities in Europe and other locations as required to mitigate waterborne quantity losses of shipments.
  • Facilitate field attendance with internal stakeholders in Phillips 66.
  • Carry out audits through onsite office and field monitoring of independent inspection companies to ensure safe cargo custody transfer procedures and industry measurement standards are adopted and met.
  • Carry out audits on Phillips 66 leased storage facilities in Europe and other locations to ensure accepted Industry and Phillips 66 operational requirements and standards are met.
  • Identify and drive Loss Control improvements that lead to reductions in company costs.
  • Provide technical expertise to Operations, Trading, Chartering, Marketing, and other Phillips 66 groups & affiliates.
  • Prepare, issue, and maintain Loss Control Procedures.
  • Ensure knowledge of loss control techniques is maintained through networking and formal organisations such as the Energy Institute and the American Petroleum Institute.
  • Preparing metrics to show the value of the function and identify areas for investigation and corrective action.
  • 24-hour availability.

Critical Skills/Leadership Criteria


  • Hold the legal right to live and work in the UK on a permanent basis without restrictions or meet the criteria for employer sponsorship.
  • BSc Chemistry Degree highly desirable or equivalent in similar discipline.
  • Comprehensive knowledge and experience associated with the handling, analytical testing and blending of renewable and petroleum products.


Preferred Skills

  • Understanding of Road Tank Vehicle loading and discharge operations an advantage.
  • Good working knowledge and understanding of safe marine tanker and terminal operations.
  • Current knowledge of industry measurement procedures and techniques to fully evaluate operations carried out on a variety of ship and shore locations.
  • Good negotiation, collaboration and communication skills.
  • Strong analytical, numeracy and computer skills.
  • Valid driving license.
  • Regular travel, both UK and overseas will be required as part of the position.

Experience Level: Junior/Associate
Work From: Onsite

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