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Principal Projects Power Decarbonisation, Perth, Bhp

Published 2022-09-24
Expires 2022-10-24
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Principal Projects Power Decarbonisation, Perth, Bhp
Australia, Perth, Perth,
Published September 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Principal projects power decarbonisation


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About BHP

At BHP we support our people to grow, learn, develop their skills and reach their potential. With a global portfolio of operations, we offer a diverse and inclusive environment with extraordinary career opportunities. Our strategy is to focus on creating a safe work environment where our employees feel strongly connected to our values and objectives, and where the capability of our people is key to our success.

Come and be a part of this success.

About BHP's Strategy

The world faces a critical challenge to respond effectively to the risks of climate change. These risks are clear and pressing. Every segment of society – including business, government, investors, scientists and consumers – has a role to play.

BHP has a strategic approach to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to net zero within our operations by 2050 and to work with customers and suppliers to support their own emissions reductions, consistent with the ambition of pursuing net zero in our value chain

About the Role

Reporting to the Manager of the Power Team within the Minerals Australia Planning & Technical Strategic Services group, this unique role will lead critical studies within the cross-functional team and contribute to the ultimate delivery of the WAIO Power Decarbonisation program across all aspects of the project lifecycle from identification to handover. We are seeking multiple roles:

Principal – Power Road Map: This role is responsible for maintaining oversight of the strategic WAIO Power Road Map which defines new generation and transmission to electrify the Pilbara.

Principal – Power Studies: This role is responsible for undertaking Power Studies derived from the WAIO Power Road Map to achieve decarbonisation goals.

In these role you will:

Be responsible for strategic studies contributing to BHP’s decarbonisation project pipeline;
Analyse and review functional input from technical and commercial functions, ensuring alignment with business objectives;
Make key recommendations and decisions that are selected and optimised for value, high quality, robust and developed in accordance with BHP’s project systems;
Coach and develop collaboration and cooperation in your teams to identify and deliver innovative value adding solutions;
Ensure BHP’s values are at the forefront of each team member’s mind;
Demonstrate strong organisational skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously;
Engage effectively with Executives, project stakeholders and decision making forums.
About You

You will take pride in driving strategic options that enhance BHP’s value. Advanced problem framing and solving skills are essential. Success in this role will require strong communication and influencing skills, including an ability to produce high quality and concise written reports and presentations for delivery to senior executives. Clear articulation of your recommendations, supported by high quality analysis, will be essential.
Degree qualifications in science, technology, engineering or an aligned discipline
Demonstrated strong understanding of project study and delivery methodology and requirements across all stages of project lifecycles OR experience synthesizing and communicating high level strategy
Exposure to Electrical or renewables projects advantageous
Demonstrated technical and commercial acumen, advanced problem solving and strategic resolution capabilities
Exceptional partnership and collaboration with internal and external stakeholders
Resources sector, manufacturing and major project experience with exposure to strategy development, investment evaluation and business planning in a corporate environment is highly valued
How to Apply

Please apply online before 8 October 2022

You may be requested to complete a short video assessment as part of your application.

About Our Process

At BHP, we are committed to employing individuals who align with the BHP Charter Values and meet the requirements of the role. As part of the recruitment process, there are a number of checks which may be conducted to demonstrate applicants suitability for a role including police / criminal background checks, medical, drug and alcohol testing, due diligence checks, right to work checks, and/or reference checks.

To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people, BHP requires employees in Australia to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 in line with BHP’s Covid Policy and any relevant State health directives. If you are applying for a role at BHP please consider this requirement when submitting your application. BHP will also adhere to any relevant health directives that may be made that affects our workforce.

Supporting a Diverse Workforce

The size and magnitude of our business not only provides significant opportunity for professional development, but also attractive salary packages with performance-based bonuses and a unique BHP employee share program.

At BHP, we recognise that we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people. We know there are many aspects of our employees' lives that are important, and work is only one of these, so we offer benefits to enable your work to fit with your life. These benefits include flexible working options, a generous paid parental leave policy, other extended leave entitlements and parent rooms.

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