Local Content Supervisor

Vacancy ID

BBBH1093837

Location

Mozambique, , Mozambique

Job Type

Contract

Job description

POSITION: Local Content Supervisor
REPORTS TO: Local Content Manager
LOCATION: Maputo (with frequent travel to Pemba, Palma and other districts of Mozambique)
SUPERVISES: Local Content Advisor, EPC Local Content Advisor

Please note: This position is only open to Mozambican nationals.

All CVs must be in English.

MAIN FUNCTIONS
The Local Content Supervisor focuses on the Mamba Midstream Project. The role is characterized by:
- Development and implementation of Local Content strategies and plans to ensure compliance with Project commitments to Government, Community and Lenders
- Embedding Local Content into standard business processes (e.g. training, bidding process, contracts)
- Monitoring the Local Content landscape to inform continuous improvement

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsibilities of the Local Content Supervisor shall include the following:
- Develop and implement Project National Content strategy ensuring alignment with Project strategies and commitments
- Ensure clear short and long term strategies documented for the three pillars of Supplier Development, Workforce Development and Strategic Community Investment
- Build internal alignment across all business lines re National Content objectives
- Establish and ensure early engagement with procurement re contracting requirements to ensure National Content requirements included; provide input into contracting strategies
- Build and facilitate strong relationships with external stakeholders including co-venturers, and Project contractors
- Provide guidance and best practice approaches to employment, training and engagement/capacity building with Mozambique businesses
- Review various commitments by government as it relates to National Content and identify key strategies to work with Government Relations team to ensure commitments are honored to ensure smooth operations
- Develop, review and maintain consistency in messaging and negotiations with stakeholders as it relates to Project issues
- Engage/build the relation with the different Mozambican government ministries, regulators, associations to promote the project Local Content strategy and provide reports/updates
- Provide input into contracting strategy and execution planning to ensure appropriate National Content
- Provide guidance and best practice approaches to employment, training and engagement/capacity building with Mozambique businesses
- Schedule appropriate meetings and negotiate with key stakeholders to resolve issues and close
- Provide advice on Mozambique Government National Content law, policy or procedures, Oil and Gas Act and relevant legislation/s that applies to overall P&GA operations
- Ensure Local Content programs meet project Lender requirements through approved Social Management Plans
- Provide regular and timely National Content reporting to both the internal and external stakeholders, as stipulated in the project plans and directed by management
- Provide appropriate intel to CR teams to assist in the development of Community Relations strategies for dealing with issues (particularly related to Local Content) that crisscross different functions and responsibilities and where appropriate provide recommendation to be used in the development of short and long term mitigation measures

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
- Tertiary qualification in Law, Business, Social Science & Humanities, Lands, Anthropology or related field
- Minimum 15 years business, government, lands or adequate community relations experience
- Team leadership skill in alignment, empowerment and continuously improving team performance
- Commercial knowledge to complement community and external affairs understanding is essential
- Knowledge of legislations applicable to the Mozambique petroleum industry specifically those related to Local Content (labor law, local content legislations..etc)
- Good appreciation of government systems and contacts
- Strong report writing and presentation skills
- High level of interpersonal skills in a multi-cultural work environment
- Excellent oral and written communication skills Proven management and leadership skills
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; persuasive with strong business perspective
- Adaptable to changing priorities
- Ability to assess and act on project resource needs
- Experience with interacting with a variety of external entities (e.g., government agencies, NGOs, local communities, EPCs, Lender institution representatives)