Jobs in SHELL Nigeria for Experienced Engineers, April 2013

Shell companies have been finding and producing oil and gas around the world for over a century. Today, we have interests in exploration and production ventures in more than 80 countries and employ approximately 90,000 people.
This is a technically challenging work environment characterised by a continuing need for research, the pursuit of new technology, and the adoption of new ways of working. It demands people who will thrive in a culture that encourages and rewards innovation, collaboration and the ability to learn from success as well as failure.
Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) is the pioneer and leader of the petroleum industry in Nigeria. It is capable of producing an average of over one million barrels of oil equivalent per day. The company's operations are concentrated in the Niger Delta and adjoining shallow offshore areas where it operates in an oil mining lease area of around 30,000 square kilometres.

The following job vacancies are available at SHELL Nigeria:

Job Title: Contract Support Engineer
 
Responsibilities:
In view of the growth of the SNEPCo wells organization from 1 rig to 3 rigs by 2015, the Senior Contracts Engineer is responsible for approximately 100 minor service contracts and 10 to 12 major tenders in 2013 and 2014.
Special challenge: The contracting process including NAPIMS and NCDMB is a lengthy process requiring in depth knowledge of the local contract rules and regulations.

The Senior Contracts Engineer is responsible to provide support to all elements of the Contracts and Procurement processes, technical input, tender strategies, technical and commercial evaluation, contract management for all wells related contracts.

The Senior Contracts Engineer fulfills the role of interfacing between the wells and C&P departments aiming at contract optimization, facilitating tender processes and all other contract processes related issues for all SNEPCo wells projects.

- Responsible for overall contracting and tender strategies.

- Defining HSE, tender technical and commercial input, liaison with NAPIMS and NCDMB and provide support to the Wells Head Of Business Support.

- Ensure tender strategies and get approval from the Well Global Contract Board and Major Tender Board.

- Input and submission of Invitation to Tenders.

- Responsible for HSE, technical and commercial evaluation of tenders.

- Responsible for timely award of contracts.

- Responsible for defining input to contract management plans, input to Business Performance Reviews and Contract Optimization Reviews.

- Provide support to Contract Holders and Contract Owners, responsible for providing an overview of the contract status as well as potential cost exposure.

Requirements:
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering
- Minimum 10 years WE/CWI experience with at least 3 years in completions
  WE/CWI Round I and Round II
- Demonstrated success in a technical WE/CWI position is required
- Skill in contracting and procurement processes is required.
- Experience in operations logistics and materials
- Knowledge of the application of QA/QC processes and procedures.
- Skill in floating well engineering and/or completions and intervention operations.
- High level of HSE commitment and awareness.

- Good communication skills in order to fit into a multinational work force.
- Good command of the English language, written as well as verbal.
- Good report writing, communication skills and PC skills
- Good commercial awareness and appreciation of life cycle costing.
- An ability to work independently with the minimum of supervision.
- Flexible, self-motivated and dynamic personality, capable of performing in a work    environment which only provides limited resources.

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Application Deadline: Friday 31 May 2013

Number of Vacancies: 1


Job Title: Rigless Intervention Engineer/Supervisor 
Responsibilities: Rigless Intervention Engineer provides support to plan and execute the rigless intervention campaign.
The Rigless Intervention Engineer will provide support to deliver the program to achieve the yearly target oil from well restoration using rigless intervention techniques.

Accountabilities:
Provide support in planning the rigless intervention programs in cooperation with the Asset while maintaining the HSE safe practices, championing Goal Zero and the Life Saving Rules. The rigless intervention varies from acidization, use of Slickline Intervention Package but also developing the possibility for Open Water Completion using a vessel of opportunity.
Ensure are process safety considerations are fully embedded in the planning and design.
Define the rigless intervention cost and schedule estimate appropriate to the project phase.
Provide Support to rigless input to various project deliverables and the WRFM team including but not limited to rigless well intervention strategies, value improvement plans, Risk and Opportunity register, Interface management.
Provide support to the rigless intervention contracting strategy.
Provide support to the Wells aspiration for Opoen Water Completion using a vessel of opportunity.
Provide support to various technical tenders, develop the technical specification and progress the following specialized tenders from tender initiation to contract award: Slick Line Intervention systems, Open Water Completion Systems, Intervention Vessels.
Coach and mentor younger CWI staff in the Well Delivery Process in accordance with the Wells Framework.

Dimensions:
The Bonga projects are amongst the largest Wells projects in the Group’s portfolio.
The rigless well intervention has been in the past a very successful contributor to the over Business Target for oil production.
The Open Water Completion opportunity for Bonga South West and Bonga North is a major step change in the delivery of high production and injection wells.

Special Challenges:
The nature and style of P&T-Wells deepwater operations in general means that the work performed is often intense and always high cost and high profile. The incumbent will be expected to possess and harness skills to work effectively in such an environment, sometimes with challenging timelines while maximizing the team's opportunity to achieve Best in Class performance.

Requirements:

- Experience and Qualifications required Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering
- Minimum 8-10 years CWI experience with at least 3 years in completions
  Drilling/CWI Round I and Round II
- Demonstrated success in a technical Deep Water Drilling/CWI position is required
- Experience in completion design and programming and the application of DCAF.
- Experience in operations logistics and materials
- Knowledge of the application of QA/QC processes and procedures.
- Experience in floating, deepwater completions and intervention operations.
- High level of HSE commitment and awareness.

- Good communication skills in order to fit into a multinational work force.
- Good command of the English language, written as well as verbal.
- Good report writing, communication skills and PC skills
- Good commercial awareness and appreciation of life cycle costing.
- An ability to work independently with the minimum of supervision.
- Flexible, self-motivated and dynamic personality, capable of performing in a work    environment which only provides limited resources.
- Knowledge of completions and work-over programming, design and execution, specifically within the sub-sea operations environment.

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Application Deadline: Friday 31 May 2013

Number of Vacancies: 1


Job Title: Senior Process Automation & Control Engineer

Responsibilities:
This experienced professional will be supporting asset integrity and delivery of projects from the front-end through execution and commissioning towards value maximisation. This role will be responsible for delivering safe,cost/schedule effective and efficient projects,especially the process automation,control & optimisation (PACO) aspects; and will be looked up to as important contributors to ongoing projects realization and strategic cost leadership practices within the Deep water Projects organisation. We therefore need competent Nigerian Engineering professionals with deepwater experience who have spent at least 8 years (post-NYSC) focused on practicing the discipline.

Requirements:
• A B.Sc. degree in Electrical/Electronic/Instrumentation and Control engineering. A minimum of 8 years experience in instrument, control, and automation with at least 5 years in offshore facilities design and operation.
• The candidate should have an interest in the technical evaluation, estimation of cost, design, construction and installation of offshore facilities.
• Broad knowledge of deepwater floating systems design, fabrication, installation, commissioning and operation with depth in FPSO (Floating Production & Storage) systems.
• Knowledge of existing PACO-related standards
• Strong technical background with understanding of Engineering processes and drawings
• HSE commitment and leadership.
• Capability to proactively implement plans and following through execution to meet project milestones
• Coaching, mentoring, and motivating others to be successful.
• High personal energy level; core values enterprise first, leadership and teamwork; and a proven track record in achieving stretching personal and business goals. This post requires a self-starter, able to work with minimal supervision and possessing the ability to communicate well and interact.
• Ability to work with multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural team .
• Very good communication skills
• Commitment to making a career in the discipline.


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Application Deadline: Tuesday 30 April 2013

Number of Vacancies: 1


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