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Phillips 66 Scheduler, Crude Oil in Singapore, Singapore

Scheduler, Crude Oil


Basic Purpose/Accountabilities:

Reporting to the Operations Lead (Crude & Heavies), the Scheduler - Crude Oil position will be responsible for all aspects of scheduling crude oil operations in Asia and Middle East regions. This role will involve contributing to the business bottom-line by striving for operations excellence to ensure the business is a high performance work unit.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Execute all waterborne movements and barge deliveries according to Sales and Purchase contracts.

  • Execute all waterborne movements and deliveries according to Sales and Purchase contracts.

  • Execute all loading month and date nominations according to suppliers’ general terms and conditions (GTCs)

  • Nominate vessels for acceptance, cargo and date range declaration to counterparties and terminals.

  • Responsible for scheduling & optimizations, keep a close monitor on vessel berthing program, BS&W, volumetric performance and resolve any significant discrepancies promptly.

  • Maintain accurate inventory records at all times.

  • Notify Marine Demurrage group for demurrages on vessels, if incurred. Daily updates of cargo volumes and B/L estimated date into SAP for P/L Validation Report.

  • Cargo actualization into SAP.

  • Timely nomination of inspector into Navarik system.

  • Adhere to Phillips 66 compliance policies such as DRM, Import/Export Custom declaration (if any)

  • Inform/Consult Operations Lead, Loss Control and Traders for any operational issues.

  • Cultivate and maintain good rapport with industry people and share market intelligence.

    Basic Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher

  • Minimum qualification of a Degree/Diploma, preferably in Chemical and Maritime

  • Minimum 3 years of related industry experience

  • Knowledge of Middle East crude oil suppliers’ GTC (including ICE Futures Abu Dhabi (IFAD) or Dubai Mercantile Exchange Limited (DME) Operation Rules Book) and vessel nomination rules

  • Experience in scheduling waterborne crude/ heavy oil movements within Asia Pacific with terminals in Asia (Japan/China) and Middle East

  • Knowledge of supply logistics chain involving inspections/ cargo operations and procedures

  • Strong analytical and advanced computer spreadsheet skills

  • Collaborative team player with the ability to work constructively within a very close and often demanding teamwork environment

  • Strong interpersonal and networking skills with strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Results oriented with ability to think and act decisively and independently under situations and changes, often at all hours of the day and during weekends/holidays

We regret to inform that only shortlisted candidates will be notified

Job Ref: 139903