We have an urgent requirement for an Environmental Specialist to join the Decarbonisation Team at our client Phillips 66, based near Immingham, North East Lincolnshire. This is a PAYE contract position for an initial 12 month period, the role and requirement will be re-assessed thereafter. We are seeking a candidate who can work up to 40 hours per week however part time working (20 hours+) will also be considered.
Supporting the development of the planning and permit applications for Humber Zero and Gigastack projects on behalf of Phillips 66 Limited.
* Advise on the technical aspects of the EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) for the developments
* Liaise with the project team on the project development and application of BAT (Best Available Techniques)
* Liaise with the project team to ensure appropriate oversight and input into the project, and that the correct information is included in the EIA and relevant application
* Review associated documents on behalf of Phillips 66 Limited
* Input into other documents and communications as needed to ensure EIA, planning and permitting issues are accurately reflected
* Liaise with relevant authorities and bodies, such as Local Authority, Environment Agency, Natural England, Wildlife Trusts) as needed.
* Liaise with projects collaborators, such as VPI and Orsted, on aspects of the EIA, planning and permitting applications as needed
* Assist with co-ordination and management of contractors, such as ecological, archaeological etc, carrying out work for the EIA.
* Environmental background.
* Technical competency.
* Knowledge of environmental standards, regulations and management systems.
* Good interpersonal skills, at all levels.
* Hands-on approach to problem solving.
* Clear communication.
* Uses functional expertise to best effect.
* Responsible and delivers on commitments.
* Establishes priorities and develops critical tasks.
* Engenders trust and respect, works collaboratively.
About Phillips 66 Humber Refinery
The Humber Refinery is one of the most energy efficient refineries in Europe and is leading the way in lower-carbon fuels production. Phillips 66 Humber Refinery was the first in the UK to produce high-performing, advanced second-generation biofuels, at scale, from waste – when Used Cooking Oil (UCO) was introduced to its refining processes in 2017.
In 2020, Phillips 66 Limited invested significantly trebling this capacity, with the addition of a new lower carbon fuel module. One of the most exciting opportunities for the Humber Refinery lies in the electric vehicle revolution.
One of the products produced by the refinery is high-grade petroleum coke, a carbon-rich residue that remains when other, lighter materials are refined from crude oil. Petroleum coke from the Humber Refinery already has a vital role in supporting advanced manufacturing in the steel recycling and aluminium smelting industries, but now through its unique coke formulations, is also being used across the globe in smart phone and electric vehicle batteries.
The Humber Refinery's role in the electric vehicle battery market was recognised in the UK Government, Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy.
Since March 2021 Phillips 66 Limited is working with several partners on a number of decarbonisation projects to support the Humber region to meet the UK Government's target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
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