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Minggu, 21 Juli 2013

Community Affairs Officer

Community Affairs Officer
BP International - Indonesia

Job Description

Maintain good relationship between Tangguh LNG and local community by regularly visiting villages/district around the plant and manage the implementation of community investment programs.

Key accountabilities
1. To conduct social analysis in DAVs especially in anticipating of tension and other emerging social issues;
2. Liaise with government officials in district and village level, plays critical roles in networking, stakeholders consultation and coordination, facilitate the entry of social investment programs in Teluk Bintuni and Fakfak Regencies.
3. Facilitate the CAPs programs monitoring, and ""Participatory Planning"" (PBM) proses and ensuring that the implementation is according with the agreed procedures;
4. As mandated in AMDAL documents; to manage social programs such as Education, Health, Livelihood and Governance in Directly Affected Villages (DAV), high ability in managing and organizing community programs;
5. Managing community concerns and aspiration with regard to AMDAL documents establishment for Tangguh Development, both in Teluk Bintuni and Fakfak Regencies. To facilitate/hold meeting with community in making clarification of community aspirations and demands with regard to Tangguh Development;
6. To response any conflict and tension with community that may arise, provide advice to CRP and C&EA management on the action that should be taken and facilitate the decision making process - interact with community regularly;
7. Ensuring that all programs are implemented according to the principles of community development e.g.: consultation, empowerment, participation, partnership and sustainability;
8. Socialize the project activities to the community e.g. Drilling, Geotechnical and Geophysical and seismic survey;
9. Manage community grievances’, ensure that all grievances are responding within the agreed time limit.
10. Oversee partners’ work; ensuring that all activities in villages/districts are carried-out as per agreed work order.

Essential Education
- Academy graduate or bachelor degree
- Senior High School Graduate with 15 years relevant experience

Essential experience and job requirements
1. Understand Papuan culture, especially tribes around Bintuni and Berau bays such as; Sebyar, Sumuri and Irarutu
2. Understand communities/social issues, aspiration and “adat” demand related to the present of Tangguh LNG and able to response whenever required.
3. Relate well and communicate effectively with all segments in community and local government
4. Posses high sensitivity toward local culture
5. Has experiences and knowledge in implementing community investment programs
6. Calm and patient; good communication skill, good ability in listening and response properly
7. Able to translate company messages into ""community languages"
8. Able to make plan and reports and a team work player attitude."
9. Able to work with community and stay in villages with minimum logistical support

Desirable criteria & qualifications
1. Able to stay in villages with minimum logistical support
2. Posses high experience and skill in conflict resolution
3. Strong leadership skill; able to communicate internally e.g with Security Group, Logistics, Harbour and Marine

Relocation available
No

Travel required
Yes - up to 50%

Is this a part time position?
No

About BP
Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of 80,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 80 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future.

Company Description

BP is constantly exploring new oil and natural gas fields. This means a continuous flow of new challenges for people in our Upstream business around the world.
Join our Upstream business and you'll be part of a team that finds, develops, recovers and transports oil and natural gas around the world. We operate in 22 countries and, taking into account our in-house team, contractors and joint ventures, Upstream employs about 100,000 people. Our major interests are in the USA, UK, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey (AGT), Angola, North Africa, Norway, Abu Dhabi, Oman, Jordan, Iraq, India, China, Australia, Indonesia, Brazil, Trinidad & Tobago, Russia and Canada.
We're continually developing new technologies to locate and access new resources. Using industry-leading seismic imaging we recover heavy oil and gas from unconventional rocks and maximise resources from existing and deepwater oil fields. Producing safe, reliable and efficient well operations is always our priority, and by integrating real-time data to our operations, we can manage risk from sand-prone reservoirs and reduce integrity risk.
In 2011, we had a record year for new access, gaining 55 exploration licences in nine countries, which opened up around 322,000 km2 of new fields. Despite major developments like Mad Dog in the Gulf of Mexico, Clair Ridge in the UK, Tangguh in Indonesia and Rumaila in Iraq, we plan to more than double our exploration expenditure over the next few years. This means even more opportunity for upstream specialists - from engineers and geologists to operations, planning and logistics professionals.