SHELL Nigeria recruitment, January 2013(http://kimberly-ryan.net/shellrecruitment.php)

Ample opportunity exists in SHELL Nigeria to contribute and manage strategic projects which contribute to production availability and growth, as well as strategic cost leadership practices within the organization. Successful professionals and engineers will be expected to exhibit the highest level of technical know-how,
operational expertise as well as authentic leadership and collaborative behaviors, in support of the organization’s aspiration to achieve top quartile performance and production delivery.  We therefore need competent Nigerian engineers and professionals with relevant post NYSC work experience to take up these exciting opportunities and join us to secure Nigeria's energy future.


Below is a list of jobs as advertised in several national dailies.

The experienced professionals and engineers we seek will be expected to support daily equipment and facility maintenance, reliability and availability as well as production delivery onshore and offshore.


Job Title: Gas Allocation Engineer
Location: Nigeria
Type: Full time
Job opening ID  31
Work experience- 5 -7 years experience
Skill set -              Since the Hydrocarbon Allocation role/function interfaces with many others namely, Production Operations, Production Programming, Production Technology, Reservoir / Surveillance Engineer, Process / Facilities / Maintenance / Technical Integrity Engineers, Production Chemists, HSE and Company Management. The Hydrocarbon Allocation Engineer should be a seasoned production operations engineer with a good depth of knowledge and experience in Surface Production Operations, production planning and programming and produced fluids sampling and metering.

-              The job requires a strong analytical, constructive and evaluative thinking ability especially in the light of integrated oil and gas operations as the flow and process streams of gas is more complex and the integrated production system configuration must be maintained to ensure proper allocation of sales, utilizations and disposals to producing/injecting conduit intervals for all streams (Oil/water/Gas/Gas Lift)

-              It is therefore expected that the incumbent for this position would be an Engineering/Science graduate with about 8 years Production Operations experience of which about 5 years must have been spent in field operations. Experience in Production Programming or Hydrocarbon Accounting role would be an added advantage.

Roles and responsibilities 
 -              Sub-process owner (Gas) for -SPDC SOX (404) F2 – Hydrocarbon Allocation Process.
-              Support engineer for Global process 15 implementation (Hydrocarbon Production Information Management).
-              Company Production Process support (Gas) for introduction of new systems (e.g. Energy Components) and future upgrades.
-              Responsible for the overall QA/QC process of SPDC Gas Production and sales data. Ensure area teams take corrective action for erroneous data.
-              Support the corporate gas allocation team to assume full responsibility for gas allocation in SPDC’s integrated oil and gas production business
-              Make input to the gas administration and sales requirement for new hydrocarbon allocation software package. Ensure all functional requirements are adequately covered
-              Make input to the gas metering philosophy
-              Support the condensate and gas allocation and reporting process
-              Provide input into gas metering requirements for new projects and ensure compliance
-              Liaise with gas customers and government gas companies on allocation issues
-              Provide input into new gas sales and handling agreements and manage same
-              Co-custodian of gas production and disposal data
-              Gas production performance information reporting to internal & external stakeholders




Job Title: Tanker Handling Coordinator
Location: Nigeria
Type: Full time
Job opening ID  32
Work experience: 8- 10 years experience
Skill set 
Skill Level for the following key competences:
 Cargo transfer operations – Cargo quality and loss management – Demurrage management – Navigation practice – Manage ports and berths – Knowledge of marine Regulations and Standards – Effective management of maritime risks – Safe marine passenger transfer – Maintain integrity of export facility loading equipment ( mooring gear, hoses).

Qualifications and Experience Required :
Chief Officer experienced in crude oil and petroleum product transfer by tankers. Class 1 Foreign going Master Mariner, with basic understanding of all marine activities at the Bonny terminal , Slot and inland waterways. Capable to support production marine activities.
 
Experienced in working with tugs and risks involved with handling of large tanker mooring grommets and loading hoses.
 Good interpersonal and negotiating skills.

Roles and responsibilities 
HSE-MS : Act as Authorized person (AP) for Maritime Safety at Bonny terminal. Ensures compliance with the MMG6 and Life saving rules at Bonny slot jetty and Tanker handling operations offshore. Ensures barge hydrocarbon transfer at the jetty is done safely and efficiently in line with COBRA standard. Conduct Safety Inspections and organise safety meetings.

Crude oil loading: Coordinate all crude oil export planning, execution, cargo documentation, inward and outward clearing. Ensure Contractor staff properly execute crude oil loading without accidents /incidents or demurrage caused by SPDC marine operations, in line with ISGOTT /SIGGTO /OCIMF recommendations. Maintain safe jetty personnel transfer and mooring operations. Execute MOB exercises.
 
Cargo Control and Documentation: Ensure staff complete all documentation in time without incidents, both Shell and 3rd parties. Compile monthly Port Performance report and circulate as required. Co-ordinates movement of Export documents to/from Tankers and to/from Export & Shipping in PHIA.

Maintain Integrity: Ensure staff complete pre arrival and departure checks of mooring/loading equipment. Ensure staff inspect line boat towing and SPM handling gears before each loading.
 
Provision of Marine Support: Responsible for arranging water transportation for movement of materials and ensuring on time delivery of the materials from/to Kidney island. Ensures inspection of all support vessels three monthly and assist with follow up close out of action items.


Job Title: Senior Project Engr, CAO/SCADA Upgrade
Location: Nigeria
Type: Full time
Job opening ID 33
Work experience- 8- 10 years experience
Skill set - At least a University degree in a relevant field in Science or Engineering; Proven management experience in technical and operational environments. A natural change agent and minimum of 10 years experience in oil & gas production planning & operations.
- A fine blend and combination of skills in Operations management, Production Engineering, Control and Automation, IT, facilities integration, and change management is required.
- Experiences and broad understanding of project management, production engineering, production systems, development engineering, and sub surface processes will be an advantage.
- Knowledge of Open Systems technologies in IT required to tie together disparate systems in IT, Automation Process Control, and Data Acquisition System.
- Experience in the use of Shell Project Management Methodologies; with excellent inter-personal, negotiating skills and leadership skills.
- Experience with development and implementation of project management processes, i.e. contract management, procurement, project accounting, document and resource management etc.
- Excellent communication skills (i.e. strong listening, report writing and presentation) and ability to influence without direct authority. A natural change agent and able to develop and manage a network of change agents
- Ability to deliver results; Skills in managing and participating in cross-cultural and multi-discipline environment; Ability to manage delivery through service contractors and specialists

Roles and responsibilities - 
Upgrade all obsolete DCS and Instrument field systems and revamp vandalized CAO/SCADA facilities.
- Implement the 3- level support model after aligning it with the existing Production maintenance Strategy
- Provide necessary IC&A discipline resources to undertake the FEED portfolio of development projects in SPDC and SNEPCO if necessary through working with outside Contractors
- Quality control and assure the output from discipline members in the ROCI team.
- CAO/SCADA & RTO Discipline input into Project Specifications generation
- Manage the interface between SPDC activities and those of the Contractor.
- Review Contractors’ HSE and Quality Plans to ensure compliance with legislation and applicable SPDC/Group Engineering Standards and procedures.
- Identify and evaluate hazards and risks for the CAO/SCADA projects.
- Implement recommendations from VARs, Environmental Impact Assessment reports.
- Utilize best practice within discipline by keeping abreast of developments within discipline both in SCIN and the Shell Group.
- Provide IC&A discipline input for the creation of cost and schedule activities in ROCI


Job Title: Senior Mechanical Engineer (Rotating Equipment)
Location: Nigeria
Type: Full time
Job opening ID 34
Work experience: 8- 10 years experience
Skill set -
A professionally qualified maintenance operations Engineer with 10 years experience.
- Should have a good knowledge of his discipline and other maintenance disciplines.
- Incumbent shall have a University degree (BSc or equivalent) in Electrical or Instrument disciplines
- 10 years practical experience in oil and gas production maintenance may be acceptable in lieu

Roles and responsibilities-
A professionally qualified maintenance operations Engineer with 10 years experience.
- Should have a good knowledge of his discipline and other maintenance disciplines.
- Incumbent shall have a University degree (BSc or equivalent) in Mechanical and/or Rotating Equipment disciplines
- 10 years practical experience in oil and gas production maintenance may be acceptable in lieu
- Provide line troubleshooting support to Asset teams on Mechanical and Rotating Equipment maintenance activities
- Provide support to corporate initiatives in the Asset.
- Prepares scope of work for major overhauls of turbines, pumps, compressors, vessel desanding and other related jobs to be executed by contractors.
- Projects Analysis, Evaluation, Execution and Management.
- Prepares the monthly Technical Integrity Report for Asset
- Supervises pre-mobilization of contractors and maintain project management controls to ensure that all Mechanical and Rotating Equipment works are carried out according to standards and all HSSE controls are strictly adhered to.
- Advises the Head, Asset Maintenance of changes to programmed works and to prepare preliminary work schedules for future work.
- Maintains a close working relationship and lines of communication with Asset Co-ordinators and Team Leaders, Supply Chain Management , and campaign teams to ensure that all work is carried out to the requirements.
- Participate in the sharing and identification of best practices across the Asset.
- Prepares monthly performance reports of related activities and ensures that weekly reports on progress are submitted on time.


Job Title: Maintenance Verification Engineer
Location: Nigeria
Type: Full time
Job opening ID 35
Work experience: 5 -7 years experience
Skill set -
Technical graduate with 5+ years experience in the oil and gas industry
- Proven understanding of maintenance management systems and asset integrity process safety management processes.
- Completion of comprehensive Change Agent academy training.
- Proven change capacity, catalyst for change and ability to drive and embed new ways of working to deliver business improvement gains.
- Proven Skills in Leadership Role.

Roles and responsibilities -
 Oversee and carryout Verification Processes and Hardware Barrier Assessment program in SPDC.
- Facilitate / Participate in Verification and Hardware Barrier Assessment activities.
- Development Communication Plan
- Serve as technical advisors to the Assets/Districts
- Act as trouble shooters to identify and remove barriers and obstacles that could impede progress
- Train and facilitate the HBA/RCA process in Asset /District Teams/TAs
- Assist with implementing and tracking Maintenance and Integrity KPIs
- Utilise Effectively the M&I Dashboard to monitor KPIs and Compliance Figures.
- Participate actively in OE Reviews both internal and external.


Job Title: Maintenance Management System Engineer Spares
Location: Nigeria
Type: Full time
Job opening ID 36
Work experience: 5 -7 years experience
Skill set - A degree or equivalent qualification together with 5 - 10 years of broad experience across Production Operations and Maintenance or Engineering disciplines.
- Ability to structure and execute a major change in maintenance strategy, working through a large contractor team
- A good knowledge of SEPCiN key oil and gas production assets and facilities as well as their maintenance management systems.
- A good knowledge of SEPCiN Project Management processes and systems, HSE, inspection, technical integrity, maintenance management systems, Project handover process to Operations
- A good knowledge of SEPCiN Contracting & Procurement and Logistics & Warehousing processes and systems
- Expertise in data analysis and data management.
- Good understanding of the IT applications and databases in the Production and Maintenance Portfolio.
- Experience in networking with Production and Maintenance as well as IT experts.
- Good leadership, communication, interpersonal, networking and influencing skills.
- Proven ability to deliver results through others and manage performance.
- Strong service delivery and result oriented mindset

Roles and responsibilities -
Provide a comprehensive spare part interchangeability records system (SPIR) to enhance availability of aged plants, as well as newly commissioned assets whilst optimizing the cash flow over the life cycle.
- Assistance to the asset teams with respect to identifying/sourcing the correct spares/service kits and equipment documentation.
- Liaise with project teams to ensure delivery of up to date SPIR and Bills of Materials (BOM) that can be seamlessly incorporated into SEPCiN’s spares database.
- Identify equipment categories for which the stock levels (SPIR) have to be reviewed and make input into spare parts stocking policies
- Focal point for evaluating stocks that Procurement and Logistics propose to write off.
- Ensure that spares are properly coded in the SAP Materials Management system and regular update of the material master through the approved change process.
- Assist Asset teams and Procurement & Logistics with ensuring that buying descriptions are correct.
- Assist Procurement & Logistics with acceptance inspections.


Job Title: Head Metering
Location: Nigeria
Type: Full time
Job opening ID 37
Work experience 12 -15 years
Skill set -
 HND or B.Eng. degree with at least 10years experience in oil & gas operations.
- Minimum 5 years experience with measurement/metering in the oil/gas industry, including custody transfer measurement design, calibration and maintenance.
- Experience with crude oil handling and gas sales agreement management and third party injection measurement will be an advantage.
- Good interpersonal and team leadership skill.
- External stakeholder management focus

Roles and responsibilities -
Responsible for metering activities across SEPCIN - Technical to site, Projects, Calibration and Verification, Planning and archive.
- Specify and monitor metering equipment standards and approve equipment for use within SPDC.
- Technical authority (TA-2) for metering.
- Oversee, specify asset needs and assist in system design actions for both up-grade, new and specific replacements.
- Oversee and support up-date equipment specifications for equipment sourcing and company supply of recognised / approved metering equipment.
- Support to commercial on metering issues.
- Monitor calibration requirements and application specification to recognise the required calibration facility for metering stations.
- Liaise with systems and equipment vendors to ensure SPDC standards and requirements are met.
- Liaise with all SPDC departments as necessary to ensure internal supply standards, metering department and operational requirements of all metering projects are met.
- Undertake document and design reviews to support Projects and approvals of all issues within SPDC.
- Support document logging and system entry of all Project docs to allow Operations, Projects, Metering Dept and other SPDC departments to have readily available access to information.
- Oversee maintenance instructions and spares necessary for the operation of equipment.


Job Title: Gaslift Surveillance Engineer
Location: Nigeria
Job opening ID 38
Work experience 8 - 10 years
Skill set - 
 Minimum HND (Engineering discipline)
5 – 10 years operational experience in subsurface and surface operations including gas-lift. Understanding of subsurface technology would be an added advantage. Strong analytical, problem solving and communication skills are essential. Opportunity exists to develop into a Snr Programmer based on available opening and proven ability.
Competencies
- Collect and Evaluate Field data (skill)
- Monitor and analyse Integrated Production System Performance (skill)
- Perform Integrated Production System Optimisation (skill)
- Prepare Short Term Production Forecasts (skill)
- Estimate Integrated Production System Capacity (skill)
- Estimate Deferment and Safeguarding activities (skill)
- Estimate Production Availability (skill)
- Perform Hydrocarbon Allocation (skill)
- Configure Wells and Facilities (skill)
- Measure and report Production/Injection/Disposal (skill)
- Transfer Custody of Hydrocarbons (skill)
- HSE Policies, Standards and Procedures (knowledge)
- Interpersonal skills (skill)
- Work with IT Applications (skill)

Roles and responsibilities -
Act as the Gaslift expert in Operations and train new Production programmers and Operations staff on Gaslift.
- To provide operations input into projects relating to Gaslift incl field development plan.
- Assist field operations to find the root cause of problems associated with the gaslifted wells.
- Organise routine dual string welltest, analyse results and come up with opportunities in case one arm is taking the majority of the liftgas.
- Highlight issues around GL metering and ensure that the relevant parties follow up to resolve.
- Prompt the PT to work on a solution in case well Intervention is required.
- Ensure well related production operations standards and specifications are adhered to. Report any deficiencies.
- Ensure that relevant installed systems like PI, PU and Fieldware are used efficiently.
- Chase the barrels: Look out for PSO opportunities beyond Gaslift optimization.

Through these activities above, play a key role in fulfilling field data requirements and validation.

These priorities are achieved through active participation in the following :
- Collating and challenging data requirements.
- Ensuring appropriate data is acquired including Short term planning of data acquisition activities.
- Short Term Forecasting
- Contribute to Medium Term Forecasting
- Comparing actual production & injection performance against forecast
- Providing data on actual production & Injection performance for improving the MT Forecast
- Artificial lift surveillance, analysis and optimisation using the Shell Gaslift optimisation tools (Winglue) and other IFM tools.
- Maintaining Well Integrity (Well Integrity monitoring and reporting, make decisions within boundaries set by WRFM and ensure actions are closed out).
- Enhanced Oil Recovery Monitoring and Reporting.
- Short Term Production System Optimisation (Optimisation within the Operating Envelope and identification of Opportunities
- Application of RTO tools
- Monitor, Review and Improve the execution of Smart Field Value loops for ST Plan and Forecasting, Unscheduled Deferment management, Well Integrity Management, Optimisation within the IPSC
- Contribute to Asset Reference Plans, Business Plans, Development Concepts, Facilities Design, Well design.

Job Title: FPSO Marine Officer
Location: Nigeria
Type: Full time
Job opening ID 39
Work experience 5 -7 years experience
Skill set
Skill Level for the following key competences: Cargo transfer operations, Navigation practice, Effective management of maritime risks, safe marine passenger transfer.

Knowledge Level for the following key competences: FPSO operate and maintain. Cargo quality and loss management, Demurrage management, Manage ports and berths, Knowledge of marine Regulations and Standards, Maintain integrity of export facility loading equipment (mooring gear, hoses).

Qualifications and Experience Required:
2nd Deck officer experienced in crude oil and petroleum product transfer by tankers. Class 2 Foreign going or Nigerian Master Home Trade or equivalent with basic understanding of all FPSO and in-field marine activities. Experienced in working with tugs and risks involved with handling of large tanker mooring grommets and loading hoses. Good interpersonal and negotiating skills

Roles and responsibilities
HSE-MS: Act as focal point for Maritime Safety at the FPSO. Ensures compliance with the MMG6 and Life saving rules within the 500 meter exclusion zone and during tanker handling operations offshore. Conduct vessel safety Inspections and organise safety meetings.
FPSO Management of Maritime

Risks: Assist with crude loading distribution into the FPSO, maintain hull stresses, cargo tank atmosphere, proper ballasting, COW and tank inspections, hull integrity and FPSO moorings, life saving gear and emergency response equipment. Ensures all FPSO supply operation is done safely and efficiently in line with operational procedures Execute SAR and MOB exercises. Provide assistance to ongoing drilling operations or other SEPCiN terminals as and when required.

Crude oil loading: Assist marine coordinator will all crude oil export planning, execution, cargo documentation, inward and outward clearing. Ensure Contractor staff properly execute crude oil loading without accidents/incidents or demurrage caused by SEPCiN marine operations, in line with ISGOTT /SIGGTO /OCIMF recommendations. Ensure safe personnel transfer and FPSO cargo supply operations.
Cargo Control and Documentation: Ensure all documentation is completed in time without incidents. Compile monthly Port Performance report and circulate as required. Co-ordinates movement of Export documents to/from Tankers and to/from Export & Shipping in PHIA.

Maintain Integrity: Ensure mooring masters complete pre arrival and departure checks of mooring/loading equipment. Ensure mooring masters inspect line boat towing and SPM handling gears before each loading.


Job Title: Tanker Operations Supervisor
Location: Nigeria
Type: Full time
Job opening ID 40
Work experience 5 -7 years experience
Skill set
Skill Level for the following key competences:
Cargo transfer operations, Navigation practice, Effective management of maritime risks, Safe marine passenger transfer.

Knowledge Level for the following key competences: Cargo quality and loss management, Demurrage management, Manage ports and berths, Knowledge of marine Regulations and Standards, Maintain integrity of export facility loading equipment ( mooring gear, hoses).

Qualifications and Experience Required: 
2nd Deck Officer experienced in crude oil and petroleum product transfer by tankers. Class 2 Foreign going or Nigerian Master Home Trade or equivalent with basic understanding of all marine activities at the Forcados, Bonga and SeaEagle offshore terminals and the Forcados slot and Estuary production support marine activities. Experienced in working with tugs and risks involved with handling of large tanker mooring grommets and loading hoses. Good interpersonal and negotiating skills

Roles and responsibilities
HSE-MS: Act as focal point for Maritime Safety at FOT. Ensures compliance with the MMG6 and Life saving rules at FOT slot jetty and Tanker handling operations offshore.

Ensures barge hydrocarbon transfer at the jetty is done safely and efficiently in line with COBRA standard. Conduct Safety Inspections and organise safety meetings.

Crude oil loading: Assist marine coordinator will all crude oil export planning, execution, cargo documentation, inward and outward clearing. Ensure Contractor staff properly execute crude oil loading without accidents/incidents or demurrage caused by SPDC marine operations, in line with ISGOTT /SIGGTO /OCIMF recommendations. Ensure Contractor staff assist with maintaining safe jetty personnel transfer and mooring operations. Execute MOB exercises.

Cargo Control and Documentation: Ensure staff complete all documentation in time without incidents, both Shell and 3rd parties.

Compile monthly Port Performance report and circulate as required. Co-ordinates movement of Export documents to/fro Tankers and to/fro Export & Shipping in PHIA.

Maintain Integrity: Ensure staff completes pre arrival and departure checks of mooring/loading equipment. Ensure staff inspects line boat towing and SPM handling gears before each loading.

Provision of Marine Support: Responsible for arranging water transportation for movement of materials and ensuring on time delivery of the materials from/to Ogunu. Inspection of all support vessels three monthly and assist with follow up close out of action items. Ensures seaworthiness of vessels visiting or based in FOT through premob validation.


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