In support of Shell’s strategic ambition, a newly formed centralized P&A team is being established within the Corporate Relations function. The new P&A unit will concentrate on:
- policy making outcomes and will bring together expertise across lines of business (LOBs) and functions and utilize more sophisticated approaches including leveraging integrated campaigns aimed at a range of stakeholders.
- The P&A unit will be a strategic partner to the business and will develop the policy and advocacy, and reputation-building programmes required to deliver
- Shell’s strategic objectives: thrive through the energy transition, support a world class investment case, and deliver a strong societal license to operate.
- While most work will be conducted at country level, the central P&A team will be responsible for setting policy positions; supporting the local teams in positioning these in a local context.
- In addition to this, issues which require global or cross-country advocacy; and the prioritizing and decisions around global platforms and partnerships for policy advocacy purposes will be the responsibility of the central P&A team.
What is the role:
- Support the roll-out of key elements of the Industry Associations Governance & Control Framework at country and international levels.
- Support implementation of robust internal processes and governance in support of Shell’s Transparency priorities and values.
- Provide high quality data about Shell’s industry association relationships for internal assurance and external disclosure, in support of Shell’s Transparency priorities and values.
- Support Shell’s broader Corporate Political Engagement agenda, with a particular focus on strengthening internal governance.
- Support the internal roll-out of key elements of Shell’s Industry Associations Governance & Control Framework at country and international levels. In particular supporting staff with queries relating to the Industry Associations Relationship Manager checklist and Code of Conduct Register – Industry Associations module.
- User acceptance testing for new/improved version(s) of Code of Conduct Register – Industry Associations module.
- Support the CPE Adviser in implementation of an improved industry associations payments data process, including provision of data for external disclosure. Expect this to involve 1000+ industry associations.
- Provide support to Shell’s broader Corporate Political Engagement agenda as needed (e.g. strengthening internal governance).
What we need from you?
- Self-starter showing high degree of personal initiative and a solutions-orientated approach to help embed new/improved internal governance processes in the organisation
- Proven experience in managing a complex network of internal stakeholders to deliver optimal outcomes
- Innovative and experienced problem solver; quickly able to generate and compile financial reporting and able to articulate ideas clearly
- Experience of using databases (particularly financial databases), conducting data analysis and providing high quality data for internal assurance and external disclosure. Requires high level of attention to detail and accuracy.
- Analytical strength and an interest in measurement and ability to use data analysis for continuous improvement (excel and SERP, GSAP or equivalent ERP knowledge)
- Integrative working style; ability to work in cross-functional, multi-cultural teams and deliver challenging projects without formal control
- A learner mindset - being a role model in your levels of curiosity and reflection and encouraging people to learn from their mistakes and successes
Shell in Krakow supports flexible working arrangements, subject to local regulations and legislative frameworks. If this is of interest to you, please describe in your application the type of flexible working arrangements for which you would like to be considered (e.g. part-time, job share).