Management of Change/Incident Investigation (MOC-II) Coordinator

Marathon Petroleum Corporation - Findlay, OH3.8

Full-time
Company Name: MARATHON PETROLEUM COMPANY
Location Name: MPLS Findlay OH Main Bldg
Location Address: 539 S Main St, Findlay, OH, United States (US), 45840
Education Level: Bachelor's Desired
Relevant Experience Level: Mid Career (4-10 Years)
Employee Group: Regular - Full Time
Employee Subgroup: Salaried Exempt

The Management of Change/Incident Investigation (MOC/II) Coordinator position provides the opportunity to work within Marathon Pipe Line’s (MPL) Field Services & Planning (FSP) Department in close association with the various MPL Process departments, the Marketing and Transportation Engineering (M&TE) Pipeline department, and with MPL Field Operations personnel. As an integral part of the Incident Investigation, and Management of Change team of three individuals within FSP, the Coordinator will drive further development and improvement of MPL’s incident investigation and other MPL processes utilizing TapRoot© investigations, metrics, stakeholder input, incident report management, oversight and trending, and industry learnings and best practices. Management of Change will be primarily accomplished through use of existing tools within the Intelex application.

Incident Investigation, and Management of Change are critical processes to MPL in providing a forum for continuous improvement, learning, and the management of change to equipment and systems that ultimately leads to improved company operational and safety performance. The MOC/II Coordinator will have the opportunity to interface with personnel from all facets of MPL during incident investigations and the management of change process and additionally, will interface with MPL and L&S management to present findings and recommendations from incident investigations. In addition, opportunities exist to interact and learn from industry peers within both processes.

From a regulatory perspective, OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM) regulation requires operators to provide appropriate processes for incident investigation and change management. The MOC/II Coordinator will ensure alignment with and adherence to external regulatory Process Safety Management (PSM) requirements, and internal Process Safety System (PSS) and Corporate MPC requirements for incident investigation and management of change. As part of the role, the coordinator will support the PSM and PSS element owners as needed to fulfill requirements and to continuously improve the process.

This position affords a unique ability to regularly interact with multiple departments across MPL and L&S and reports to the Incident Prevention & Planning Supervisor.

Responsibilities

Common Responsibilities For All Three MOC/II Coordinators:
Work with field and process personnel to gather facts from incidents and generate TapRoot© investigation reports to determine causal factors of incidents. With stakeholder input, formulate recommendations for improvement and present findings to management.

Monitor incident reports to ensure that trends are identified and recommendations are created to mitigate potential future incidents. Work with incident report submitters and approvers to clarify scope and ensure understanding of the incident reports and to ensure timely report and recommendation submittal. Ensure that new IR’s are directed to the correct responsible person or to the other MOC/II Coordinators

Work with project leaders to understand proposed modifications to facilities or processes in order to correctly identify impacted stakeholders to review management of change requests. Identify appropriate control data affected by the change request to ensure that MPL documentation is kept current.

Monitor MOC statuses to ensure that requests are reviewed and processed in a timely manner. Work with requestors and approvers to clarify scope and ensure understanding of the requests.

Generate and send periodic Intelex reports to facilitate Incident Investigation and Management of Change Process and Region review.

Specific Management of Change Process Leader Responsibilities

Ensure alignment with and adherence to external regulatory Process Safety Management (PSM) requirements, and internal Process Safety System (PSS) and Corporate MPC requirements for management of change. Function as element owner and subject matter expert for management of change in PSM and PSS. Participate and/or lead audits as needed to fulfill requirements and to continuously improve the process.

Create and communicate value-added metrics for Management of Change. Monitor metrics for leading and lagging indicators and initiate continuous improvement as needed.

Obtain stakeholder input and work with IT and vendor(s) to continuously improve the management of change system and subsystems for ease of use, efficiency, and effectiveness. Utilize contract/consultant resources when applicable for these efforts.
Develop and conduct appropriate training for requestors and approvers of management of change requests. Work with MPL Human Resources, Training & Development to ensure appropriate user knowledge for all levels of management of change systems and data.

About Marathon Petroleum Corporation

Marathon Petroleum Corporation (NYSE: MPC) is a large-scale geographically-diversified and highly -integrated refining, marketing and midstream company. MPC is the nation's largest refiner, with a crude oil refining capacity of more than 3 million barrels per calendar day in its 16-refinery system. MPC's high-quality, nationwide retail and marketing business includes approximately 3,900 company-owned and -operated stores and 7,800 branded locations. MPC owns the general partners of MPLX LP and Andeavor Logistics LP, two strong, customer-focused midstream master limited partnerships.

Job Function: Ref, Terminals, Pipeline
Travel Expected: Up to 10%

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