Intels Nigeria, working in conjunction with Intels West Africa (Intels), has become established as leading supplier of oil and gas logistic support services throughout West Africa and particularly Nigeria. First in Nigeria and then in other countries, Intels has pioneered the concept of the integrated ‘one-stop-shop’ oil service center bringing together terminal operations, logistics plus transit and supply services.
To complete the range of services available at the oil service centers, and to offer a more complete logistics package Intels also provides dedicated manpower and equipment hire, secure residential housing and commercial office areas. This benefits the Operators by allowing them to concentrate on their core business rather than invest time and resources in peripheral activities
Job Title: Continual Business Improvement Manager
INTELS Nigeria Limited – Nigeria
Are you our next Continual Business Improvement Manager?
We are currently seeking a Continual Business Improvement Manager (CBI) for our Strategic Services Team in our Corporate Head Office in West Africa, situated in one of the world’s largest oil and gas freezones. This is a new role and an opportunity to shape the strategic direction for continual business improvement and to put into place a systematic process of assessing, reviewing, and proposing alternative solutions for business improvement. The main purpose of this role is to institutionalize behaviors and practices that will enhance overall business performance. You will develop, together with subject matter experts, the specifications of improved opportunities and present the feasibilities to the stakeholders for approval. Once approved you will be responsible for the successful implementation of the proposed improvements.
Intels is Nigeria’s premier logistics support organization located in one of the world’s largest Oil and Gas Free Zones, operating ocean going terminals, port facilities, warehousing, integrated logistics, supply and service solutions for the oil and gas operators in the sub-Saharan West African region. This is a challenging and rewarding job for someone who wants to be part of one of a fast moving organization and the world’s major oil and gas producers. This is certainly not a traditional 9-5 role and will involve work rotations of 52 days followed by 21 days paid leave, a fully furnished apartment in the secured complex including all facilities, gym, restaurant etc. in Onne Rivers Estate. With return flights and full competitive expatriate benefits package; subject to experience and qualifications, this is a great role for the right candidate.
Candidates for this role must be able to evidence previous expertise project development and management, activity management implementation, preparation of feasibility studies, project management software and change management strategies. You will also need knowledge of contract management, financial management and international ISO 9001 quality standards.
Desired Skills & Experience
What do you need for this role?
Minimum of 5 years dedicated financial management/project management/Management consultancy experience, preferably supported by a professional qualification/training in project and financial management. Membership to the Institute of Project Management and or other relevant professional bodies would be advantageous.
Comprehensive knowledge and practical experience in a design and implementation of Continual Business Improvement strategies.
Experience of creating and maintaining effective Continual Business Improvement policies, lean initiatives and processes.
Strong knowledge of Continual Business Improvement, Finance, Project Management Systems and tools-ideally linked to ta major ERP system
Highly developed planning and organization skills, strong attention to detail and accuracy and ability to multi-task and manage a range of projects, challenges and deadlines.
Conscientious and resilient with the ability to manage challenging situations and service delivery failures through relationship management skills
Ability to lead, motivate, and manage a small team
Exceptional interpersonal communication, influencing and negotiation skills, with fluency in English (written and spoken) with the ability to communicate clearly and confidently in writing, by email, phone and face to face meetings, with both colleagues and external parties. Working in a cross cultural context would be an advantage.
How to Apply
The closing date for applications is close of business, 15 March 2013. Please send a current, up-to-date CV with a covering letter (max 2 sides of A4) to the Intels Recruitment Team, firstname.lastname@example.org outlining how you meet the above criteria in the candidate profile.
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