As part of the Asia Pacific Midstream leadership team, the Supply Optimisation Manager leads the ANZ Optimisation team. The Optimisation team is responsible for the delivery of >10 billion liters of fuel for our customers in ANZ each year, and is accountable for both supply security and commercial delivery. The role has 5 direct reports, and the team makes decisions every day, managing risk-reward trade-offs in a fast-paced environment. The role also provides informal leadership across the Midstream-Trading interface, setting a joint import and optimisation strategy together with bp Traders.
Beyond the core role responsibility of managing supply, the role acts a commercial advisor on Midstream priorities as a subject matter expert for the Midstream-Trading interface. This includes projects, origination, low carbon interfaces, public policy and long-term deals.
- Midstream-Trading interface relationship management and building effective ways of working as well as talent development.
- Maintain reliable supply to bp’s customers in the ANZ region.
- Responsibility for ensuring supply plans remain within financial, tax, legal and compliance boundary conditions through effective planning and re-optimisation.
- Accountable for supply security, financial delivery and working capital management
- Chair of New Zealand Supply Manager forum and transition of refinery to steady-state import terminal.
- Support value assessment of strategic customer tenders
- Owns the overall pricing exposure management for ANZ
- Lead efficient infrastructure footprint and tank allocations
- Delivery of major commercial projects, including public policy and emerging markets engagement.
As the successful candidate you will have –
- >3 years in a front office role within a trading organization.
- >8 years experience in supply chain management.
- Demonstrated ability to make material commercial decisions under pressure, with experience in handling risk-reward.
- Strong understanding of the end-to-end value of the supply chain.
- Understanding of product quality considerations and risk management.
- Strong grasp of shipping charter planning and appreciation of technical shipping aspects.
- Understanding of pricing mechanisms and exposure, gained via front office experience operating in mark-to-market framework.
- Leadership experience and continued desire to develop as a leader of people.
- Experience engaging externally, ideally with both counterparts as well as with government stakeholders.
- Ownership of material P&L and performance management with executive level.
- Experience in roles working across the barrel- diesel, jet and gasoline supply or trading experience.
- Deal and contract management experience.
Australia (Melbourne) or New Zealand (Auckland)