List Recruitment is seeking a P6 Scheduler for a contract role based at Phillips 66 Humber Refinery. The P6 Scheduler is a full time position, working Monday – Friday 8am – 4.30pm (40 hours) on site. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced P6 Scheduler to work with one of the region’s most prominent employers. The contract is expected to be in place for a duration of 12 months, to be reviewed thereafter.
To develop and update the pre-turnaround, shudtdown/startup and post- turnaround Primavera P6 schedule for all Turnaround Events for 2022/23/24
Develop the schedule for the different phases of the Turnaround listed above. Liaise with the individuals carrying out the work and gather progress updates. Update P6 and IPS (Turnaround Planning Database) with these updates.
• Interpersonal skills
• Hard working
• Willing to work long hours for a short period
• Team Player
• 5 Years Oil & Gas Experience Preferable
• Mechanical Trade or Engineering Background Preferable
• Proficient in Primavera P6
• Experience with XER Tool Kit Preferable
About Phillips 66 Humber Refinery
The Humber Refinery is one of the most energy efficient refineries in Europe and is leading the way in lower-carbon fuels production. Phillips 66 Humber Refinery was the first in the UK to produce high-performing, advanced second-generation biofuels, at scale, from waste - when Used Cooking Oil (UCO) was introduced to its refining processes in 2017.
In 2020, Phillips 66 Limited invested significantly trebling this capacity, with the addition of a new lower carbon fuel module. One of the most exciting opportunities for the Humber Refinery lies in the electric vehicle revolution.
One of the products produced by the refinery is high-grade petroleum coke, a carbon-rich residue that remains when other, lighter materials are refined from crude oil. Petroleum coke from the Humber Refinery already has a vital role in supporting advanced manufacturing in the steel recycling and aluminium smelting industries, but now through its unique coke formulations, is also being used across the globe in smart phone and electric vehicle batteries.
The Humber Refinery's role in the electric vehicle battery market was recognised in the UK Government, Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy.
Since March 2021 Phillips 66 Limited is working with several partners on a number of decarbonisation projects to support the Humber region to meet the UK Government's target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
By applying for this role your details will be submitted to List Recruitment.