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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Amecron Nigeria Massivr Recruitment- Experienced Job Vacancies


AVAILABLE JOBS IN CATEGORY THREE (3)
1. JOB TITLE
PRINCIPAL ELECTRICAL ENGINEER (PROJECTS)
DESCRIPTION:
1. Candidates will lead a team of Electrical Engineers in the provision of Electrical Engineering expertise to the Design Engineering teams on all aspects of power generation and distribution systems (e.g. equipment selection, definition of power and electrical drive systems, transmission and distribution requirements, earthing and lightning protection) during detailed design, installation, procurement, construction and commissioning phases.
2. Act as Corporate Technical Authority TA-2 for Projects and Technical Integrity.
3. To ensure that projects are executed safely, in compliance with Group Electrical Safety Rules and SPDC Electrical Safety Operational Procedures.
4. To ensure that Projects are executed in accordance with SPDC technical and business standards and requirements, to the satisfaction of all stakeholders.
QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS
· University degree in Electrical engineering.
· 8+ years relevant experience in Electrical engineering design within the oil and gas industry; this shall include Electrical design and modeling, Electrical controls and safeguarding.
· Experience in the Construction and Commissioning of LV and HV equipment.
· Previous Projects experience in the Contracting and Procurement and Ski pool, to be able to Interface with other key stake Holders.
2. JOB TITLE
SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER (ELECTRICAL)
DESCRIPTION:
· Lead and manage the delivery of the Nembe Electrical Interdependency Project to secure NFA production, enhance FTO, and deliver substantial annual OPEX savings associated with the discontinuation of diesel-powered power generation, improve alignment with Stakeholders and improve SPDC’s reputation and social performance rating
· Progress the projects through the major stages of delivery including design, planning, execution, commissioning, handover and long-term operation
· Provide requisite technical coordination and integration necessary for development of effective project plans that will lead to project delivery within budget and to the required/agreed standards and quality.
· Manage interfaces with Asset and SDCR Teams, and other stakeholders to ensure that delivery is on time to support ongoing FTOs and production protection plans, and new Asset Development Plans and projects
· Contract Owner responsible for ensuring adherence to all control processes on budgets and contracts..
· Assist in promoting environmental sustainability by reducing carbon emissions from SPDC operations.
· Provide Electrical engineering support to the NIPP + Project management team (PMT) in order to meet goals and targets.
· Provide Electrical engineering support to the EPC Contractors.
· Undertake Electrical engineering studies and simulations for the NIPP+ project using Shell DEPs and approved software under SODA project.
· Provision of Electrical input into detailed design of new facilities with special emphasis on ALARP concept, safe operations, uptime/availability, and local experience.
· Participate in and carry out close-out of recommendations from HEMP, Joint Venture, and Regulatory Bodies’ reviews.
QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS
· University degree in Electrical engineering
· 2. 8+ years relevant experience in Electrical engineering design within the oil and gas industry
· This shall include Electrical design and modeling, Electrical controls and safeguarding.
· Experience in the Construction and Commissioning of LV and HV equipment.
· Previous Projects experience in the Contracting and Procurement and Ski pool, To be able to Interface with other key stake Holders.
3. JOB TITLE
ON THE JOB TRAINER ELECTRICAL
DESCRIPTION:
· Identify and Close individual competency gaps for nominated O&M staff before the start up.
· Interact with Contractors to get the right exposure to SPDC staff on daily basis.
· Organize Toolbox meetings, Safety meetings.
· Assign daily activities to individual based on gaps.
· Guide, explain and clarify technical doubts on the job at GU site.
· Develop and maintain weekly action plan and provide daily update and monthly reports on all training issues including close-out plans and activities
· Interview and assess staff weekly.
· Project back / Guide / motivate the staff at the site.
· Report on progress / Project back to staff of gap closures.
· Quality and timeliness of training provided.
· Produce competent staff for commissioning and startup.
· Organize presentation by specialists / Vendors / Commissioning teams
· Continuous monitoring of staff competence progress.
· Produce competent staff for commissioning and startup.
QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS
· University degree in Electrical engineering.
· 8+ years relevant experience in Electrical engineering design within the oil and gas industry; this shall include Electrical design and modeling, Electrical controls and safeguarding.
· Experience in the Construction and Commissioning of LV and HV equipment.
· Previous Projects experience in the Contracting and Procurement and Ski pool, to be able to Interface with other key stake Holders.
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· INTERESTED PERSON SHOULD ENDAVOUR TO QUOTE THE JOB CODE AS THE SUBJECT OF THE MAIL.
· JOB CODE; SCN/DSCP/ELECTRICAL/CAT 3/260313
· ALL CV’s. SHOULD BE SENT TO cv@amecron.com.ng

AVAILABLE JOBS IN CATEGORY FOUR (4)
1. JOB TITLE:
PROJECT SECURITY SUPERVISOR
DESCRIPTION:
· Manage the interface between external security agencies and SPDC staff in the district and ensure harmonious relationship.
· Provide Area Security Adviser with up to date information and intelligence.
· Develop security checklist for all facilities in the district and devise action to deal with emerging security issues.
· Manage the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) issues related to the delivery of security services in the districts.
· Maintain response procedures for security contingency and simulate drills/exercises to test state of preparedness.
· Provide weekly security reports on incidents occurring in the districts to the Area Security Adviser
· Maintain response procedures for Security contingency and simulate drills and exercises to test them.
· Access and analyze surveillance/intelligence reports on continuous basis and make proactive dispositions of resources on ground (external security personnel and Spy Police where applicable.
· Assist ASA to monitor security budget spend on external security personnel/logistics in the districts by providing correct figures an personnel /logistics on ground.
· Provide transit and in-field security coverage for the Project /business crews visiting remote locations.
· To set up and manage security risk database to monitor crime trends that would facilitate strategic planning and proactive action/ assist in Incident Investigation.
· Implement the applicable mitigation measures applicable under the Security Operating Level (SOL).
· Develop and maintain detailed log of security related events and stoppages.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
· Good knowledge of security operations with a minimum of 3 years field experience (Security Certificate is an advantage)
· Good knowledge of business and understanding of local environment Tactical planner and good data manager A good post-secondary school certificate (University Degree is an advantage
2. JOB TITLE:
PRE-MOB COORDINATOR
DESCRIPTION:
· Visit all worksites for pre-mob inspection / certification of equipment.
· Recommend improvements in HSE methods, practices and procedures.
· Initiate proactive steps to improve pre-mob and HSE standards on-site.
· Conduct informal and formal HSE inspections and audits.
· To ensure project compliance with all government guidelines and policies
· To ensure commitment and compliance of all project team members to Royal Dutch Shell Group
· commitment to pursue the goal of managing HSSE as a critical business activity to ensure no harm
· To people, the environment and facilities..
· To ensure that the project has integrated Impact Assessment studies carried out and have in place
· Effective remediation plans.
· To ensure project incorporates HSSE Standards in design and demonstrated ALARP/ continuous
· improvement for high risk activities
· Manage contractors to ensure they develop and manage their own HSE-MS and manage HSSE in their
o contracts with AN-OS
· Facilitate/set agenda for all AN-OS HSE meetings, including project kick-off, JHA document reviews
· And Audits.
· Coordinate all contractor HSSE evaluations, including contractor bid submissions.
· Facilitator monthly and quarterly HSSE performance reviews.
· Facilitate alignment of ORP phases with the relevant HEMP activities (HAZID, HAZOP,FIREPRAN, QRA, SAFOP, HFE, etc),
· Participate in HSE audits, coordinate development of HSE cases, Hazards identification workshops, etc.
· Facilitate competence/integrity assessment of all Engineers and equipment prior to their deployment/Mobilization to the project.
· Take personal responsibility for the inclusion of Minimum Health Management Standards (MHMS) in the Management system of the Project HSE plans.
· Participate in all Human Factor Engineering reviews of project designs.
· Participate in SPDC mentoring scheme for young graduates.
· Sub-ordinates: Direct: Up 15 when project moves to the field for construction
· Document HSE violations, unsafe acts and conditions, prepare and complete accident/incident reports.
· Participate as member of accident/incident investigation team.
· Prepare and maintain HSE reports, files and correspondence relating to the work.
· Explain SPDC HSE-MS and Project HSE Management Plan to all Contractor management, supervisors and HSE personnel.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
· HND or equivalent in a technical discipline;
· Conversant with Group and SPDC HSE philosophy and practice;
· At least 2 years experience in Pre-mob activities
· A minimum of 5 years hands-on experience in an HSE advisory position in the oil and gas industry, with preferably two or more years in a project environment;
· Preferably previously worked with Shell operations.
· Strong inter-personal and leadership skills with good communications skills (i.e. report writing and presentation) are essential.
· Team player, acting as a champion to break new grounds, self-motivated, starter.
· Computer literate; skilled in Microsoft Office software and capable of being self sufficient in correspondence, documentation, generating charts and schedules etc.
· Good knowledge of International HSE legislative requirements in the Oil and Gas Construction Industry.
3. JOB TITLE:
TECHNICAL SAFETY
DESCRIPTION
· To ensure project compliance with all government guidelines and policies DESCRIPTION:
· To ensure commitment and compliance of all project team members to Royal Dutch Shell
· Group commitment to pursue the goal of managing HSSE as a critical business activity to ensure no harm to people, the environment and facilities..
· To ensure that the project has integrated Impact Assessment studies carried out and have in place effective remediation plans.
· To ensure project incorporates HSSE Standards in design and demonstrated ALARP/ continuous improvement for high risk activities
· Manage contractors to ensure they develop and manage their own HSE-MS and manage HSSE in their contracts with AN-OS
· Facilitate/set agenda for all AN-OS HSE meetings, including project kick-off, JHA document reviews and Audits.
· Coordinate all contractor HSSE evaluations, including contractor bid submissions.
· Serve as author and Custodian of all project HSE plans.
· Facilitator monthly and quarterly HSSE performance reviews.
· Facilitate alignment of ORP phases with the relevant HEMP activities (HAZID, HAZOP, FIREPRAN, QRA, SAFOP, HFE, etc),
· Participate in HSE audits, coordinate development of HSE cases, Hazards identification workshops, etc.
· Facilitate competence/integrity assessment of all Engineers and equipment prior to their deployment/ mobilization to the project.
· Take personal responsibility for the inclusion of Minimum Health Management Standards (MHMS) in the management system of the Project HSE plans.
· Participate in all Human Factor Engineering reviews of project designs.
· Participate in SPDC mentoring scheme for young graduates.
· Sub-ordinates: Direct: Up 15 when project moves to the field for construction
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
years experience in facilities engineering and safety roles in the oil and gas industry,
At least 4 years of which must have been spent in a HSSE coordination role in a major project.
· Membership of NISP and other professional safety bodies.
· Certification and experience in technical audit.
· Training in the use of FRED and other technical safety simulation software.
· Seven years experience in hazards and effects management process (HEMP).
· Experience in drawing up and maintaining design and construction HSE Cases.
· Ability to use Tripod-Beta accident investigation tool.
· Conversant with Company and Shell Group standards.
· Excellent inter-personal and leadership skills with good communications skills (i.e. report
Writing and presentation) are essential.
· Team player, acting as a champion to break new grounds, self-motivated, starter.
4. JOB TITLE:
HSE SITE SUPERVISOR
DESCRIPTION:
· Continuous monitoring and review of working practices and worksite management and promotion of best practice HSE standards in compliance with the HSE reference manual;
· Provision of safety briefings to site personnel;
· Development of a framework for managing HSE compliance, aimed at managing deviations and behavioral controls;
· Provision of regular fire and safety reviews of the worksite and initiation of appropriate follow up action;
· Provision of quality assurance and control in development/review of the HSE-MS and facility Safety Cases;
· Provision of specialist advice on safety engineering services i.e. HAZOP, HAZID, FIREPRAN, QRA;
· Lead / facilitate accident investigations with appropriate record of analysis, trends, risk reduction measures and follow up;
· Maintenance of the HSE database and compliance monitoring system.
· Verification of hygiene conditions in living quarters, kitchen and mess room;
· Provision of weekly and monthly reports to the Project Management;
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
· HND or equivalent in a technical discipline;
· Conversant with Group and SPDC fire and HSE philosophy and practice;
· A minimum of 10 years hands-on experience in an HSE advisory position in the oil and gas industry, with preferably two or more years in a project environment;
· Strong interpersonal and communication skills;
5. JOB TITLE:
HSE COORDINATOR
DESCRIPTION:
· Ensure compliance with 12 LSRs through proactive initiatives and engagement of workforce.
· Visit all areas of the worksite and evaluate working conditions.
· Recommend improvements in HSE methods, practices and procedures.
· Initiate proactive steps to improve HSE standards on-site.
· Conduct informal and formal HSE inspections and audits.
· Document HSE violations, unsafe acts and conditions, prepare and complete accident/incident reports.
· Participate as member of accident/incident investigation team.
· Prepare and maintain HSE reports, files and correspondence relating to the work.
· Review accident, injury, illness and environmental reports to detect problem areas.
· Monitors performance, coach and conduct necessary training of Contractor HSE personnel.
· Monitor the implementation of the site Permit-to-Work system.
· Organize, attend, take and publish minutes of scheduled on site HSE meetings.
· Participate in and monitor effectiveness of Contractor daily Toolbox Meetings.
· Assist site operations management and others in emergency situations.
· Participate in promoting the occupational health programmed.
· Promote ‘Hearts & Minds’ culture with respect to HSE in all work sites.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
· Minimum 5 years experience as HSE Supervisor on EPIC Oil and Gas Construction Projects
· Familiar with working with multinational, multicultural workforce.
· Preferably previously worked with Shell operations.
· Excellent inter-personal and leadership skills with good communications skills (i.e. report writing and presentation) are essential.
· Team player, acting as a champion to break new grounds, self-motivated, starter.
· HND or equivalent in a technical discipline
· Conversant with Group and SPDC fire and HSE philosophy and practice.
· Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Professionally qualified holding one of the following HSE qualifications:
· NEBOSH Diploma (U.K.)
· Diploma in Safety Management (Dip SM) U.K.
· Registered Safety Practitioner (RSP) Australia, USA, Canada
· Nigerian Equivalent HSE Qualification.
· Member of the Nigerian Institute of Safety Professionals.
Skills Required
· Computer literate; skilled in Microsoft Office software and capable of being self sufficient in correspondence, documentation, generating charts and schedules etc.
· Good knowledge of International HSE legislative requirements in the Oil and Gas Construction Industry.
· Trained in conducting Risk Management techniques and applying these to the Project scope of work
· Trained in HSE Auditing techniques
· Trained in accident/incident investigation and reporting techniques e.g. Tripod Beta, Taproot or similar.
6. JOB TITLE:
WORK SITE HAZARD MGT/GZ COACH
DESCRIPTION:
· Continuous monitoring and review of working practices and worksite management and promotion of best practice HSE standards in compliance with the HSE reference manual;
· Provision of HSE Training on Work site Hazard Management site personnel;
· Provision of safety briefings to site personnel;
· Development of a framework for managing HSE compliance, aimed at managing deviations and behavioral controls;
· Provision of regular fire and safety reviews of the worksite and initiation of appropriate follow up action;
· Provision of quality assurance and control in development/review of the HSE-MS and facility Safety Cases;
· Provision of specialist advice on safety engineering services i.e. HAZOP, HAZID, FIREPRAN, QRA;
· Maintenance of the Worksite Hazard Management database and compliance monitoring system.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
· 5 - 8 years experience in the oil & gas construction industry and experience in Nigeria;
· HND/B.Sc. or equivalent degree from a recognized University
NEBOSH,
· NISP HSE Competency Level III as well as other internationally accredited HSE certification
· Membership of International and Local HSE organizations shall be an added advantage
ECM 1
· The ability to operate in harsh and remote locations
· Sound working knowledge of the national/international HSE standards associated with the construction of oil and gas plant
7. JOB TITLE:
PTW SUPERVISORS/WHM RANGERS
DESCRIPTION:
· Ensure consistency in the application of the principles of Permit to Work at location and oversee the PTW process from application to suspension/closing of permits.
· Liaise with PTW Applicants on upcoming work plans to ensure smooth administration of the PTW system and minimize disruption to operation
activities due to PTW delays.
· Review documentations (permits, certificates, JHA, checklists, SHOC and procedures) to ensure that hazards, their controls and mitigations are identified.
· Act as first line check for conflicting work activities, isolation boundaries and potentially hazardous operations
· Put in place a procedure or guide for an effective management of interface activities to manage conflicting activities during pre-commissioning, commissioning and construction
· Check that work is within the Project Work Activities Pack
· Check to ensure isolation and associated boundaries, and that hazard control measures of the permits are maintained during work execution
· Ensures the area is not over crowded with permits, particularly hot work permits
· Assist the PTW Coordinator in the use of the Permit Location Board to effectively manage work permits and its associated documents/attachments. Isolations must be reflected on up-to-date approved P&ID and attached to the Permit To Work (Isolation plan/JHA must be approved prior to permit approval)
· Maintain location-approved list of certified PTW signatories.
· Provide site based work party PTW awareness training
· Maintain Permit to Work System documentation archives for audit trail.
· Follow up on PTW audits/effectiveness assessment findings.
· Continuous monitoring and review of working practices and worksite management and promotion of best practice HSE standards in compliance with the HSE reference manual;
· Provision of weekly and monthly reports to the Project Management;
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
· 5 - 8 years experience in the oil & gas construction industry and experience in Nigeria;
· HND/B.Sc. or equivalent degree from a recognized University
NEBOSH,
· NISP HSE Competency Level III as well as other internationally accredited HSE certifications
· Membership of International and Local HSE organizations shall be an added advantage
ECM 1
· The ability to operate in harsh and remote locations;
· Sound working knowledge of the national/international HSE standards associated with the construction of oil and gas plants;
· Sound working knowledge of SHELL HSE standards;
· Excellent communicative skills are a prerequisite, as personnel will be required to offer advice to SHELL management/engineers on HSE issues;
· Essential to be able to read, speak and write in the English fluently
· Have received training in and be fully literate in the following software applications:
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· INTERESTED PERSON SHOULD ENDAVOUR TO QUOTE THE JOB CODE AS THE SUBJECT OF THE MAIL.
· JOB CODE; SCN/DSCP/HSE/CAT 4/260313
· ALL CV’s. SHOULD BE SENT TO cv@amecron.com.ng
AVAILABLE JOB IN CATEGORY 10
1. JOB TITLE:
ON-JOB TRAINER
DESCRIPTION:
· Identify and Close individual competency gaps for nominated O&M staff before the start up.
· Interact with Contractors to get the right exposure to SPDC staff on daily basis. 
· Organize Toolbox meetings, Safety meetings.
· Assign daily activities to individual based on gaps.
· Guide, explain and clarify technical doubts on the job at GU site.
· Develop and maintain weekly action plan and provide daily update and monthly reports on all training issues including close-out plans and activities.
· Interview and assess staff weekly.
· Project back / Guide / motivate the staff at the site.
· Report on progress / Project back to staff of gap closures.
· Quality and timeliness of training provided.
· Produce competent staff for commissioning and startup.
· Organize presentation by specialists / Vendors / Commissioning teams
· Continuous monitoring of staff competence progress.
· Produce competent staff for commissioning and startup.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:

8 years experience in IC&A Engineering in the Oil & Gas industry particularly in the areas of design, construction, commissioning and start-up of Instrument & Control systems, of which a minimum of 5 years in a senior Instrument and Control Automation Engineering role.
B.Sc. or equivalent in Instrument and Control Automation Engineering.

2. JOB TITLE:
SENIOR INSTRUMENTATION CONTROL & AUTOMATION ENGINEER
DESCRIPTION:
· Develop project execution and commercial strategies, including procurement, that will assure value for money, meet the specified standard for quality and ensure timely delivery in line with the ORP-Liter process.
· Co-ordinate the project engineering activities related to the projects’ multidisciplinary nature, including discipline and inter-discipline review of design deliverables, participation in HAZOPS and design reviews; monitor follow-up of recommendations.
· Prepare justification and develop project plans for facilities IC&A projects, secure funding and support from JV Partners, ensure approval of Investment Proposals and ensure projects are captured in Asset Short, Medium and Long term IAP.
· Manage change control to field facilities
· Ensure SPDC HSSE standards are adhered to in project execution.
· Prepare monthly project progress report for Senior Management.
· Implement local content in the execution of the projects, while ensuring SPDC HSE and Quality standards are strictly adhered to.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
· 8 years experience in IC&A Engineering in the Oil & Gas industry particularly in the areas of design, construction, commissioning and start-up of Instrument & Control systems, of
· which a minimum of 5 years in a senior Instrument and Control
· Automation Engineering role
· B.Sc. or equivalent in Instrument and Control Automation Engineering.
· Experienced in technical clarifications, equipment specification, inspection and testing major
· Instrument & Control systems. Experienced with the requirements of HAZOP, IPF, FIREPRAN studies, SCADA-CAO systems and Open System Architecture.
Excellent inter-personal and leadership skills with good communication skills (i.e. report writing and presentation)
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· INTERESTED PERSON SHOULD ENDAVOUR TO QUOTE THE JOB CODE AS THE SUBJECT OF THE MAIL.
· JOB CODE/TITTLE; SCN/DSCP/IC&A/CAT 10/26031
· ALL CV’s. SHOULD BE SENT TO mbakwe.chinonye@amecron.com.ng

AVAILABLE JOBS IN CATEGORY 11
1. JOB TITLE:
PRINCIPAL MATERIAL AND CORROSION ENGINEER
DESCRIPTION:
· Provide specialist expertise, policies, procedures, standards, and technical review capabilities in the area of Materials, Corrosion and Inspection engineering in the Engineering Disciplines
· Provides specialist expertise in Corrosion Management system from down hole to a point of sale.
· Participate in drive to enhance its asset integrity both from a design, technical as well as an operational point of view for all projects in the pre-start up phase.
· Review and update standards on material selection, chemical inhibition, catholic protection coating and non-metallic’s.
· Lead and/or Participate in normal projects audits / reviews, and QRAs during concept development, conceptual and detailed design basis. Carry out Corrosion Risk Based Assessments. Also, via participation in VARs, peer assists and technical challenge sessions; ensure consistent application of SPDC Materials, Corrosion and Inspection engineering standards in projects and in facility changes.
· Participate in SPDC sponsored Materials, Corrosion and Inspection engineering-related SGSi projects and studies.
· Assist the MCI discipline Lead in dealing with competence development of MCI engineering staff.
· Lead and/or participate in welding, fabrication and non-destructive testing for new oil and gas plants through option evaluation, and QCs on welding, fabrication and non-destructive testing work from design consultants. Thoroughly check consultant and contractor generated designs, specifications and interfaces to ensure compliance to legislation and group code and standards, identify cost effectiveness and innovative technology application.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
· Incumbent must be a graduate in a relevant technical discipline e.g. Material & Metallurgical Engineering, Corrosion Science & Engineering, etc.
· With working knowledge of a broad range of Materials, Corrosion and Inspection engineering systems, tools and practices. Experience should be 12 - 15 years with good inter-personal and
· Leadership skills. Good communications skills (i.e. report writing and presentation) are essential.
· Must be registrable with COREN (Council for The Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria).
· Participation in local and international professional activities and networking is desirable.
2. JOB TITLE:
Principal Process Engineer
DESCRIPTION:
· To provide process engineering advice and steers via participation of peer-assisted reviews, IDR, VAR and HAZOP to assure projects design implementation are in compliance with HSSE & SP CF based on appropriate application of AIPSM, DCAF, DEM1 and DEM2.
· Technical Authority 2, process engineering supporting TA-1 in the implementation of Discipline standard as detailed in DCAF.
· To provide technical support to operation assets to assure operations are within operating envelope and in compliance with AIPSM.
· Assist operation assets to mature improvement proposals. Participated in CCMP for MoC approval during absence of RDL.
· Assist RDL in management of process engineering skill pool in areas of graduates development and LnD.
· Provided discipline advice in IRP investigation and application of new technologies.
· Deputies for RDL, process engineering

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
· Chemical Engineering Degree BSc or MSc or its equivalent and a minimum of 12 - 15 years
· Experience in process engineering practice in the exploration and production (upstream) of oil and gas industry.
· Had demonstratable experience in conceptual or front end, detailed design, operation and optimization of oil and gas treatment facilities with a broad exposure to all aspects of process engineering including pipeline hydraulics, flow assurance, process control and safeguarding.
· Had a good working knowledge of reservoir engineering, production technology and well engineering.
· Had a good understanding of complimentary surface engineering disciplines - mechanical, control automation, pipeline, electrical etc.

3. JOB TITLE:
SENIOR FRONT END (PROCESS) ENGINEER
DESCRIPTION:
· Propose study, develop, evaluate, integrate, prepare preliminary delivery plans, and document project concept selection decisions for endorsement at DRB.
· Perform/Coordinate engineering studies to support key decision at the various development stages.
· Identify and Assess development uncertainties/risks, including HS&E and SD assessment, and propose mitigation plan.
· Plan and implement assurance process at key stages of the development in the form of Peer review or Integrated Functional Review (IFR).
· Plan and engage internal and external stakeholders.
· Support the Business Planning (BP) and Work
Program and Budget (WP&B) exercise.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
· A university degree (or equivalent qualifications) in an engineering discipline, preferably Chemical/Mechanical Engineering), with a minimum of 10 years relevant experience.
· Skills in front-end engineering systems, tools and practices.
· Must be COREN registered/registrable.
· Have a working knowledge with UNISIM and Pipes.
· Knowledge of project execution planning and economics.
· Conversant with Group and international oil and gas facilities design codes and standards
· Understanding of exploration and sub-surface works will be a clear advantage.
· Innovative thinking with technical, analytical and commercial business skills
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· INTERESTED PERSON SHOULD ENDAVOUR TO QUOTE THE JOB CODE AS THE SUBJECT OF THE MAIL.
· JOB CODE/ TITLE ; SCN/DSCP/PROCESS/CAT 11/260313
· ALL CV’s. SHOULD BE SENT TO mbakwe.chinonye@amecron.com.ng

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