NLNG job recruitment for Engineers, September 11th 2013 (http://www.nlng.com/Careers.aspx)

NLNG job vacancy recruitment for experienced Engineers, September 11th 2013 (https://sws.nlng.com/e-recruitment/openings/Default.aspx)
Nigeria LNG Limited directly employs over 1,000 people. In addition, work is provided to thousands of others through various contracts and agreements.
Most staff live on Bonny Island and work there or at the head office located at KM 16 Port Harcourt-Aba Expressway, Port Harcourt and Abuja. Those who work on the Plant facilities live in Bonny Island at the Corporate R A (Residential Area) estate and Port Harcourt.

The following job vacancies exist at NLNG for Engineers

Job Title: PROJECT LEADER 
PP/2013/001
LOCATION : BONNY  
The Job:
The appointee will be required to initiate, plan and execute approved portfolio of projects to agreed standards (Cost, Schedule, Quality), ready to operate as defined in each project’s Final Investment Decision while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives. Scope includes all activities to initiate the projects, progress through the various Decision Gates, obtain FID, execute, commission and close out the projects.

The Duties: The duties will include but are not limited to the following:
  • Adopt and apply standard project management tools and techniques, including supporting resources, to accurately scope, plan, cost, execute and control projects to meet approved objectives as in the FID. Contribute to the evolution of standardized work processes, tools, best practices, repeatable solutions and synergies between all projects in the portfolio and across the Projects Delivery group.
  • Participate in the process of identifying, screening, planning, prioritization and approval of the plant’s investment program, including capital allocation and all related governance accountabilities.
  • Apply the Opportunities Realization Process (ORP) as used in NLNG to govern all capital and other technical/commercial opportunities in the plant; Apply the ORP to implement a structured Project Delivery Assurance of own portfolio of projects.
  • Implement approved projects controls and health-check tools to ensure quality delivery of own portfolio of projects, including appropriate Management Information Systems to provide accurate, regular and timely performance feedback to Management and Shareholders.
  • By personal leadership and commitment to the goal of no harm to people and the environment, implement the approved HSSE Framework for capital projects; be accountable for own portfolio of projects to be executed safely in design and construction and provide assurance that they will operate safely during and after start-up.
  • Lead, coach, develop and manage own staff, contributing to effective skill-pool management and effective and timely development and deployment of project delivery resources.  Contribute to continuously raising the quality of project execution.
  • Manage relationships with external stakeholders, including senior management, and NLNG Board sub-committees as appropriate, National regulatory bodies, NGOs, the host communities etc to ensure all required approvals and permits are delivered timely.
  • Implement the approved Operations Readiness and Assurance process to ensure from project initiation, that all projects are delivered ready to operate safely and reliably.
  • Manage own projects’ portfolio in line with, and contribute to maintaining the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System in place.

The Person:

The right candidate should:
  • Possess a B.Sc. degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in an engineering discipline. A Master’s degree will be an added advantage.
  • Possess a minimum of 15 years post-NYSC experience, out of which minimum of 10 years must have been spent in project engineering / design / construction activities and minimum of 5 years must have been spent as Project Leader in a reputable organization preferably in the oil and gas industry.
Job Title: PRINCIPAL PROJECT ENGINEER 
PP/2013/002
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to define and develop projects that will assure the long term technical and operational integrity of NLNG’s Production Asset and support extension of useful production life beyond the current Sale and Purchase Agreement (SPA) by at least another 30 years at minimum cost within approved HSES and asset integrity standards. The main objective is to deliver the relevant components of Plant Rejuvenation Program and NLNG Production Division Capex projects to an approved DG3.

The Duties:
The duties will includebut are not limited to the following:
  • Adopt and apply standard project management tools and techniques, including supporting resources, to accurately scope, plan, cost, execute and control projects to meet approved objectives as in the FID.
  • Contribute to the evolution of standardized work processes, tools, best practices, repeatable solutions and synergies between all projects in the portfolio and across the Projects Delivery group.
  • Participate in the process of identifying, screening, planning, prioritization and approval of the plant’s investment program, including capital allocation and all related governance accountabilities.
  • Apply the Opportunities Realization Process (ORP) as used in NLNG to govern all capital and other technical/commercial opportunities in the plant; Apply the ORP to implement a structured Project Delivery Assurance of own portfolio of projects.
  • Implement approved projects controls and health-check tools to ensure quality delivery of own portfolio of projects, including appropriate Management Information Systems to provide accurate, regular and timely performance feedback to Management and Shareholders.
  • By personal leadership and commitment to the goal of no harm to people and the environment, implement the approved HSSE Framework for capital projects; be accountable for own portfolio of projects to be executed safely in design and construction and provide assurance that they will operate safely during and after start-up.
  • Support, coach, develop and manage assigned staff, contributing to effective skill-pool management and effective and timely development and deployment of project delivery resources. Contribute to continuously raising the quality of project execution.
  • Manage relationships with external stakeholders, including senior management, and NLNG Board sub-committees as appropriate, National regulatory bodies, NGOs, the host communities etc to ensure all required approvals and permits are delivered timely.
  • Implement the approved Operations Readiness and Assurance process to ensure from project initiation, that all projects are delivered ready to operate safely and reliably.
  • Manage own projects’ portfolio in line with, and contribute to maintaining the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System in place

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in an engineering discipline.
  • Possess a minimum 12 years post-NYSC experience, out of which minimum of 8 years must have been spent in project engineering / design / construction activities and minimum of 4 years must have been spent leading a project team in a reputable organization preferably in the oil and gas industry.
 
Job Title:  SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER 
PP/2013/003
LOCATION : BONNY  
The Job:
The appointee will be required to initiate, plan and execute approved portfolio of projects to agreed standards (Cost, Schedule, Quality), ready to operate as defined in each project’s Final Investment Decision while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives. Scope includes all activities to initiate the projects, progress through the various Decision Gates, obtain FID, execute, commission and close out the projects.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Adopt and apply standard project management tools and techniques, including supporting resources, to accurately scope, plan, cost, execute and control projects to meet approved objectives as in the FID. Contribute to the evolution of standardized work processes, tools, best practices, repeatable solutions and synergies between all projects in the portfolio and across the Projects Delivery group.
  • Participate in the process of identifying, screening, planning, prioritization and approval of the plant’s investment program, including capital allocation and all related governance accountabilities.
  • Apply the Opportunities Realization Process (ORP) as used in NLNG to govern all capital and other technical/commercial opportunities in the plant; Apply the ORP to implement a structured Project Delivery Assurance of own portfolio of projects.
  • Implement approved projects controls and health-check tools to ensure quality delivery of own portfolio of projects, including appropriate Management Information Systems to provide accurate, regular and timely performance feedback to Management and Shareholders.
  • By personal leadership and commitment to the goal of no harm to people and the environment, implement the approved HSSE Framework for capital projects; be accountable for own portfolio of projects to be executed safely in design and construction and provide assurance that they will operate safely during and after start-up.
  • Support, coach, develop and manage assigned staff, contributing to effective skill-pool management and effective and timely development and deployment of project delivery resources.  Contribute to continuously raising the quality of project execution.
  • Manage relationships with external stakeholders, including senior management, and NLNG Board sub-committees as appropriate, National regulatory bodies, NGOs, the host communities etc to ensure all required approvals and permits are delivered timely.
  • Implement the approved Operations Readiness and Assurance process to ensure from project initiation, that all projects are delivered ready to operate safely and reliably.
  • Manage own projects’ portfolio in line with, and contribute to maintaining the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System in place.

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in an engineering discipline.
  • Possess a minimum 10 years post-NYSC experience, out of which minimum of 6 years must have been spent in project engineering / design / construction activities and minimum of 3 years must have been spent leading a project team in a reputable organization preferably in the oil and gas industry
Job Title: PROJECT ENGINEER 
PP/2013/004
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to initiate, plan and execute approved portfolio of projects to agreed standards (Cost, Schedule, Quality), ready to operate as defined in each project’s Final Investment Decision while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives. Scope includes all activities to initiate the projects, progress through the various Decision Gates, obtain FID, execute, commission and close out the projects.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Adopt and apply standard project management tools and techniques, including supporting resources, to accurately scope, plan, cost, execute and control projects to meet approved objectives as in the FID. Contribute to the evolution of standardized work processes, tools, best practices, repeatable solutions and synergies between all projects in the portfolio and across the Projects Delivery group.
  • Participate in the process of identifying, screening, planning, prioritization and approval of the plant’s investment program, including capital allocation and all related governance accountabilities. 
  • Apply the Opportunities Realization Process (ORP) as used in NLNG to govern all capital and other technical/commercial opportunities in the plant; Apply the ORP to implement a structured Project Delivery Assurance of own portfolio of projects.
  • Implement approved projects controls and health-check tools to ensure quality delivery of own portfolio of projects, including appropriate Management Information Systems to provide accurate, regular and timely performance feedback to Management and Shareholders.
  • By personal leadership and commitment to the goal of no harm to people and the environment, implement the approved HSSE Framework for capital projects; be accountable for own portfolio of projects to be executed safely in design and construction and provide assurance that they will operate safely during and after start-up.Manage relationships with external stakeholders, including senior management, and NLNG Board sub-committees as appropriate, National regulatory bodies, NGOs, the host communities etc to ensure all required approvals and permits are delivered timely.
  • Implement the approved Operations Readiness and Assurance process to ensure from project initiation, that all projects are delivered ready to operate safely and reliably.
  • Manage own projects’ portfolio in line with, and contribute to maintaining the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System in place

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  •  Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in an engineering discipline.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience, out of which minimum of 4 years must have been spent in project engineering / design / construction activities in a reputable organization preferably in the oil and gas industry.
 
Job Title:  SENIOR PROJECT PLANNER 
PP/2013/005
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to deliver and maintain standard, consistent and realistic project plans reflecting the assessed risk parameters for NLNG Production Division Capex Projects to ensure effective project delivery within budget and schedule.

The Duties: The duties will include but are not limited to the following:
  • Provide project management support in the development of the portfolio project activities, logic, resources and progress of the integrated project schedule, leading to the creation of the overall Project portfolio baseline schedule and its subsequent maintenance.
  • Develop and maintain the overall Project Portfolio Plan at levels 1 to 4 required to develop and execute each approved project in their hierarchy relationship and update the planning and progress measurement and monitoring procedures so each element of the project performs the processes consistently.
  • Schedule control activities to monitor physical progress against key deliverables and track trends on schedule over-run and under-run and use such trend information to identify timely corrective actions to maintain schedule; prepare risk and sensitivity analysis on project schedule or critical path analysis for evaluation of impact on overall Project portfolio plan.
  • Provide monthly progress updates, forecast completions, together with the critical path and trend analysis to ensure timely and accurate information are available to the delivery groups.
  • Assess the impact of approved changes and any deviations from the key project targets and milestones, including productivity monitoring and What if scenarios to aid project management decision-making.
  • Evaluate bid schedules and review contractor execution plan and develop the key milestone dates for critical projects for alignment with the overall integrated Project portfolio plan. Verify that the contractors reported progress is correct and accurately reflected in the overall Project portfolio integrated plan.
  • Evaluate scope change requests for the impact on schedules and the critical path of the project. Prepare reconciliations between earlier schedules and the current schedule and provide schedule impact assessments to change control process
  •  Establish probabilistic techniques to determine and continuously communicate the possible range of schedule completion dates for the project with the inclusion of tracking schedule risk mitigation efforts, the criticality of the main paths to completion, float consumption and the release of the 50/50 schedule contingency to ensure timely completion of Projects
The Person:

The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in an engineering discipline.
  • Possess a minimum 10 years post-NYSC experience, out of which minimum of 6 years  must have been spent in construction, project engineering / design activities and minimum of 3 years must have been spent in a senior project planning position in a reputable organization preferably in the oil and gas industry. 
Job Title:  PROJECT COST ENGINEER 
PP/2013/006
LOCATION : BONNY  
The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide Company with total cost management services including preparation of cost work breakdown structure, cost estimating, post projects contract cost management and cost control support to aid management make informed decisions at various value assurance gates, minimize successful contractual claims, achieve value for money, contribute to company’s good corporate image, meet projects objectives and ultimately contribute to achievement of Cost Leadership in the management of projects and budget.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Evaluate different design proposals and establish optimum cost and challenge contractors bids as may be necessary and provide details of cost, quantities, and work hours for cost benchmarking to achieve value for money and Cost Leadership for the Projects.
  • Develop and maintain up-to-date cost database for the preparation of accurate cost estimates for budget planning, project screening and investment decisions to achieve value for money and Cost Leadership for the Projects.
  • Develop and agree valuation schedules and implement valuation of project work done, prepare variation accounts and timely/quality payment certificates and final accounts for all Projects to achieve effective project contract cost management and budget performance.
  • Produce timely and quality cost estimates/Bills of Quantities/MTOs for budget planning, project screening and investment decisions in line with Departmental Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to achieve value for money and Cost Leadership for the Projects.
  • Develop Enquiry Schedules of Rates, Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and Cost Time Resources, Bills of Quantities and Materials Take –Off (MTO) for to achieve a standard, uniform and consistent bid document to Company’s Contract & Procurement Department (CPM) to facilitate effective and common basis for job pricing by vendors, ensure efficient, transparent and auditable bid analysis and support effective post contract management of projects.
  • Develop tender analysis models for schedule of rates contracts to aid management’s decision to award call-off contracts and ultimately achieve value for money. 
  • Contribute to projects change management process by analyzing trends and potential change impact on project cost, assessing, negotiating and agreeing valuation of variations (change orders)  with contractors and advise project leaders in respect of raising financial commitments and obtaining authorities for variations to achieve proper project cost control and value for money.
  • Maintain a database of all current projects contracts, including current site estimates, original, current and forecast final status in respect of cost and progress to ensure consistency, integrity, quick retrieval of cost information to keep cost within approved budget

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in an engineering discipline / Quantity Surveying. Membership of any relevant professional  body will be an added advantage.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience, out of which minimum of 4 years must have been spent in project engineering / design / construction activities in a reputable organization preferably in the Oil and Gas industry
Job Title: MECHANICAL ENGINEER 
PE/2013/002
LOCATION : BONNY  
The Job:
The appointee will be required to carry out mechanical design of equipment that ensures integrity and safety of the pressure envelope activities and ensure that the designs are executed in a safe manner; in accordance with design and engineering practices (DEP), codes and standards. Coordinate simulations required to confirm mechanical equipment integrity and fitness for purpose of in-service pressure equipment within the process plant areas.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Responsible for developing mechanical conceptual designs and preparation of Basic Engineering and Design Packages (BDEP) that will ensure safe operations when installed.
  • Responsible for creation of Data Sheets and Specifications for Material Requisitions and preparation of Material Take-Off (MTO) from mechanical engineering design packages required for project implementation.
  • Offer guidance and support to external design contractors to facilitate achievement of fit-for-purpose mechanical designs and compliance to applicable standards and specifications.
  • Review design and engineering packages from external contractors – to ensure conformity to Design and Engineering Practices (DEP) and other applicable standards. 
  • Offer professional support to the in-house project engineers to ensure only proven designs are progressed to execution.
  • Apply approved procedures, relevant DEPs, standards and specifications to ensure adherence to the project quality management system during the design phase.
  • Conduct dynamic and steady state stress analysis, studies and simulations of equipment behaviors expected in service to confirm fitness for service.
  • Maintain proper filing system for the assigned projects for ease of referencing and retrieval.

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a Bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Mechanical or Metallurgical & Materials Engineering discipline.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience, out of which minimum of 4 years must have been spent in multidiscipline maintenance position, or discipline engineering position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company 
Job Title: SENIOR MECHANICAL ENGINEER 
PE/2013/001
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to carry out mechanical design of equipment that ensures integrity and safety of the pressure envelope activities and ensure that the designs are executed in a safe manner; in accordance with design and engineering practices (DEP), codes and standards. Coordinate simulations required to confirm mechanical equipment integrity and fitness for purpose of in-service pressure equipment within the process plant areas.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Responsible for developing mechanical conceptual designs and preparation of Basic Engineering and Design Packages (BDEP) that will ensure safe operations when installed.
  • Responsible for creation of Data Sheets and Specifications for Material Requisitions and preparation of Material Take-Off (MTO) from mechanical engineering design packages required for project implementation.
  • Offer guidance and support to external design contractors to facilitate achievement of fit-for-purpose mechanical designs and compliance to applicable standards and specifications.
  • Review design and engineering packages from external contractors – to ensure conformity to Design and Engineering Practices (DEP) and other applicable standards.
  • Offer professional support to the in-house project engineers to ensure only proven designs are progressed to execution.
  • Apply approved procedures, relevant DEPs, standards and specifications to ensure adherence to the project quality management system during the design phase.
  • Conduct dynamic and steady state stress analysis, studies and simulations of equipment behaviors expected in service to confirm fitness for service.
  • Maintain proper filing system for the assigned projects for ease of referencing and retrieval
The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a Bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Mechanical or Metallurgical & Materials Engineering discipline.
  • Possess a minimum of 10 years post-NYSC experience, out of which minimum of 6 years must have been spent in multidiscipline maintenance position, or discipline engineering position and minimum of 3 years must have been spent as senior discipline engineering or maintenance position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company 
Job Title:  SENIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEER 
PE/2013/003
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to manage all aspects of Electrical protection system and entire fleet of distribution Transformers as the site protection and Transformer specialist necessary for safe operation of the electrical system.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Manage all aspects of the electrical protection system and protection scheme database, run electrical load flow and short circuit studies necessary for the safe and reliable operation of the electrical power generation, transmission and distribution system.
  • Interpret Project documents related to complex protection schemes and develop procedures to implement protection changes whenever required in order to assure continued delivery of LNG production targets without systems failures arising from wrong protection settings.
  • Develop working level procedures and work instructions for testing and verification of protection Relay settings by the Special Measurement Analysis Reporting Team (SMART) to support all aspects of maintenance activities in line with industry best practices.
  • Responsible for development of technical solutions as the site electrical protection specialist whenever required to investigate reoccurring problems, design flaws and deep rooted problems for improved reliability and availability of the electrical network leading to sustained LNG production.
  • Lead the implementation of electrical integrity and obsolescence management programs all for electrical equipment, power systems and associated control and protection installations for improved reliability leading to sustained LNG Production
  • Responsible for managing all aspects of Transformer condition monitoring and reliability issues as the dedicated subject matter expert on transformers being a key component of the power system.
  • Manage the developmental needs of the electrical staff and lead in applying best in class industry standards in electrical protection management as the subject matter expert in order to improve competency and skill of the electrical team supporting LNG’s policy of providing the very best in class training and progression opportunities to own staff.
The Person:
The right candidate should:
  •   Possess a B. Eng degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Electrical Engineering plus any other relevant professional qualifications or certifications.
  • Possess a minimum of 10 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 6 years must have been spent in power generation, transmission and distribution system with specific expertise in HV networks, relay protection and control and experience in electrical Protection design and commissioning, and minimum of 3 years must have been spent as a senior electrical engineer and a Senior Authorized Electrical Person with authority to switch high Voltage levels in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company .
Job Title: ELECTRICAL ENGINEER 
PE/2013/004
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to manage all aspects of Electrical protection system and entire fleet of distribution Transformers as the site protection and Transformer specialist necessary for safe operation of the electrical system.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Manage all aspects of the electrical protection system and protection scheme database, run electrical load flow and short circuit studies necessary for the safe and reliable operation of the electrical power generation, transmission and distribution system.
  • Interpret Project documents related to complex protection schemes and develop procedures to implement protection changes whenever required in order to assure continued delivery of LNG production targets without systems failures arising from wrong protection settings.
  • Develop working level procedures and work instructions for testing and verification of protection Relay settings by the Special Measurement Analysis Reporting Team (SMART) to support all aspects of maintenance activities in line with industry best practices.
  • Responsible for development of technical solutions as the site electrical protection specialist whenever required to investigate reoccurring problems, design flaws and deep rooted problems for improved reliability and availability of the electrical network leading to sustained LNG production.
  • Lead the implementation of electrical integrity and obsolescence management programs all for electrical equipment, power systems and associated control and protection installations for improved reliability leading to sustained LNG Production.
  • Responsible for managing all aspects of Transformer condition monitoring and reliability issues as the dedicated subject matter expert on transformers being a key component of the power system.
  • Manage the developmental needs of the electrical staff and lead in applying best in class industry standards in electrical protection management as the subject matter expert in order to improve competency and skill of the electrical team supporting LNG’s policy of providing the very best in class training and progression opportunities to own staff.
The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a B. Eng degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Electrical Engineering plus any other relevant professional qualifications or certifications.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 4 years must have been spent in power generation, transmission and distribution system with specific expertise in HV networks, relay protection and control and experience in electrical Protection design and commissioning in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company .
 
Job Title: SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEER 
PE/2013/005
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide engineering support for the maintenance and repair programmes for Company Production Division civil assets to sustain and improve the integrity of such assets and assure realization of Company Business Plan.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Drive the execution, on a daily basis, of all Statutory, Preventative and Corrective Maintenance activities for civil assets including structures and production equipment to ensure continuous LNG trains operation and loading of LNG, LPG, and Condensate
  • Carry out all necessary safety critical functions as identified, assigned and defined in the bowties to ensure that the effectiveness of the control barriers and recovery measures are maintained.
  • Supervise day to day civil maintenance work flow using the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to ensure adequate capture of the civil engineering activities for Audit purpose, performance Analysis, Procedures and Work Instructions improvements, and System continual improvements in line with ISO 9001:2008 and Company Quality Management System (QMS)
  • Recommend min/max level for civil maintenance consumables and spares and coordinate with Contracts, Procurement & Materials department to ensure timely availability of ordered items to prevent expensive emergency purchases and equipment out of service periods which adversely impact the overall Company Business Plan
  • Approve the priority setting of emerging civil engineering maintenance jobs to ensure that critical Operations are not adversely affected to ensure continuous liquefied gas production and loading to meet Company Business Plan
  • Assist to prepare budget proposals, implement approved budgets and propose improvement initiatives concerning maintenance practices or obsolescence of equipment or when upgrading is otherwise beneficial to Company which will ensure effective budget management and control.
  • Develop in liaison with the Principal/Senior Civil Engineer and implement short-term maintenance plans and communicate same to relevant Operations units and stakeholders to ensure continuous liquefied gas production and loading to meet Company Business Plan
  • Raise and implement Simple Engineering Changes (SEC) and support the development and execution of the civil work scopes of projects to improve plant performance and civil infrastructure reliability

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a University degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 10 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 6 years must have been spent in engineering/construction/maintenance and 3 years must have been spent as a senior civil engineer in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company
Job Title:  CIVIL ENGINEER 
PE/2013/006
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide engineering support for the maintenance and repair programmes for Company Production Division civil assets to sustain and improve the integrity of such assets and assure realization of Company Business Plan

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Drive the execution, on a daily basis, of all Statutory, Preventative and Corrective Maintenance activities for civil assets including structures and production equipment to ensure continuous LNG trains operation and loading of LNG, LPG, and Condensate 
  • Carry out all necessary safety critical functions as identified, assigned and defined in the bowties to ensure that the effectiveness of the control barriers and recovery measures are maintained.
  • Supervise day to day civil maintenance  work flow using the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to ensure adequate capture of the civil engineering activities for Audit purpose, performance Analysis, Procedures and Work Instructions improvements, and System continual improvements in line with ISO 9001:2008 and Company Quality Management System (QMS).
  • Recommend min/max level for civil maintenance consumables and spares and coordinate with Contracts, Procurement & Materials department to ensure timely availability of ordered items  to prevent expensive emergency purchases and equipment out of service periods which adversely impact the overall Company Business Plan.
  • Approve the priority setting of emerging civil engineering maintenance jobs to ensure that critical Operations are not adversely affected to ensure continuous liquefied gas production and loading to meet Company Business Plan
  • Assist to prepare budget proposals, implement approved budgets and propose improvement initiatives concerning maintenance practices or obsolescence of equipment or when upgrading is otherwise beneficial to Company which will ensure effective budget management and control.
  • Develop in liaison with the Principal/Senior Civil Engineer and implement short-term maintenance plans and communicate same to relevant Operations units and stakeholders to ensure continuous liquefied gas production and loading to meet Company Business Plan.
  • Raise and implement Simple Engineering Changes (SEC) and support the development and execution of the civil work scopes of projects to improve plant performance and civil infrastructure reliability.


The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 4 years must have been spent in engineering/construction/maintenance in a reputable organization, preferably an LNG plant or an Oil & Gas company
Job Title:  SENIOR INSTRUMENT ENGINEER 
PE/2013/007
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to:
  • Maintain and renew (as required) a portfolio of DCS, safety systems and 3rd party systems critical to plant operations across LNG value chain from Gas Suppliers’ tie-in at Gas Transmission Stations (GTS) up to Condensate/LNG/LPG Ships thereby sustaining gas supplies, Condensate/LNG/LPG production and loading operations.
  • Carry out safety critical technical integrity assurance role with respect to conceptual design, detail design, construction/installation, commissioning, start-up and “run-and-maintain” of safety systems. 
The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Operate maintenance service contract and provide technical support on portfolio DCS, safety systems and of 3rd party systems including control system, Compressor Control System, Vibration Monitoring System, Ship Berthing and Mooring Systems, etc and ensure long term operability of all control systems under his care by planning system software upgrades and hardware rejuvenation timely with minimal impact to plant turn-around duration.
  • Maintain high availability, integrity and reliability targets of all systems and investigate reoccurring instrumentation problems (bad actors) to improve the overall reliability of the plant.
  • Improve continuously on performance of hardware by proposing (long term) strategies concerning either aspects of maintenance or aspects of obsolescence or when upgrading is otherwise beneficial to the company and identify the need for spare parts and periodic stock review concerning for all systems.
  • Operate maintenance framework to assure security of Systems on Process Control Domain and enhance systems’ integrity and provide technical input on systems tie-in, extension, design and integration of new projects e.g. pipelines (i.e. Gas Suppliers’ projects), tie-ins etc.
  • Operate budgets allocated to 3rd party systems and contribute to long term budget proposals and liaise with operations and peer engineering sections concerning issues of maintenance on any of the control systems.
  • Develop all necessary procedures and work instructions to carry out the work safely and efficiently in line with ISO standard.
  • Provide technical integrity assurance, make input to Trip Investigations, Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and be actively involved in troubleshooting and defect eliminations/corrections including advice on instrument spare parts availability and stock levels.
  • Provide relevant support to 3rd party systems maintenance personnel (direct & indirect) to identify development needs and propose development schemes that will allow the individual to accomplish their work objective

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a University degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Engineering or Sciences (Electronics/Electrical, Instrumentation, Control or Mechanical). Relevant professional certification required for the job will be added advantage.
  • Possess a minimum of 10 years post-NYSC experience; out of which 6 years must have been spent in general field automation and at least 3 years in a similar function in a reputable organization preferably an oil and gas company
Job Title:  INSTRUMENT ENGINEER 
PE/2013/008
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to maintain and renew (as required) the DCS and Safety System (comprising of Fire &Gas Systems and Safeguarding Systems) and also support maintenance of portfolio of 3rd party systems critical to plant operations across LNG value chain from Gas Suppliers’ tie-in at Gas Transmission Stations (GTS) up to Condensate/LNG/LPG Ships thereby sustaining gas supplies, Condensate/LNG/LPG production and loading operations.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Provide support to Invensys Resident team on day-to-day maintenance of the Invensys DCS and Triconex PLC and work with the team to ensure long term operability of the systems by planning system software upgrades and hardware rejuvenation timely with minimal impact to plant turn-around duration.
  • Carry out all necessary safety critical functions as identified, assigned and defined in the bowties to ensure that the effectiveness of the control barriers and recovery measures are maintained.
  • Provide support for installation and maintenance of Server hardware software and network infrastructure in the Process Control Domain (PCD) and undertake routine preventative measures of PCD network infrastructures.
  • Perform maintenance and monitoring of PCD network security and work closely with IT focal on firewall/secured access for network connections between PCD and Office network. In addition, carry out requisite administration of user accounts, permissions and passwords and manage deployment of virus protection software(s) on Servers and systems in the PCD.
  • Identify the need for new spare parts and also carry out periodic stock review concerning portfolio of integrated control systems to enhance cost effectiveness and ensure business continuity. Provide support that enable Invensys team operate allocated budgets and material returns programme and contribute to long term budget proposals and liaise with operations and peer engineering sections concerning issues of maintenance on any of the control systems.
  • Assist in managing work flow using the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to ensure adequate capture of team activities for Audit purpose, performance Analysis, Procedures and Work Instructions improvements, and System continual improvements in line with ISO 9001:2008 and Company Quality Management System (QMS).
  • Provide technical input to Trip Investigation, Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and be actively involved in troubleshooting and defect eliminations/corrections including advice on instrument spare parts availability and stock levels.Supports the Principal and Senior Systems Engineer to provide relevant necessary support to 3rd party systems maintenance personnel (direct & indirect) to identify development needs and propose development schemes that will allow the individual to accomplish their work

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a University degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Engineering or Sciences (Electronics/Electrical, Instrumentation, Control or Mechanical). Relevant professional certification required for the job will be added advantage.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience; out of which 4 years must have been spent in general field automation and at least 2 years in a similar function in a reputable organization preferably an LNG plant or in a petrochemical company
Job Title:  PROCESS CONTROL ENGINEER 
PT/2013/001
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide with assistance from senior process control staff, process control support in his area of support through control and safeguarding application tuning, testing and monitoring, and troubleshooting/improvement of the entire NLNG plant in support of a safe, reliable, high capacity and efficient operation.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Assist in providing day to day process control support to Operations, including Base Layer process control, Advanced Process Control (APC), Safeguarding strategies, and Turbo-machinery control
  • Assist in maintaining high availability of process control systems by tracking controller mode and controller compliance, monitoring performance of all process control applications and identifying applications that can be improved via plant changes.
  • Identify plant improvements by identifying process control opportunities, prioritization based on a risk matrix, initiating plant changes / projects as needed to implement.
  • Assist in ensuring sustainability of long term process control support by manpower planning and staff development, training / job growth needs of staff, maintaining appropriate balance of staff skills and experience, develop procedures to carry out work safely and consistently and identifying new technologies and developments in the process control area to utilize at NLNG.
  • Assist in supporting Corporate Expansion Projects by Providing process control support to Resident team for turbo machinery & complex control strategies utilizing lessons from plant operation to provide support to ensure seamless integration of project into plant production and supervise process control representatives to assist functional tests, start-up & performance test runs
  • Assist in ensuring sustainability of long term process control support by developing technical presentations for process control department and providing On-the-job training opportunities to other process control staf

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Chemical Engineering, Physics or Process control.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 4 years must have been spent in process control in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company
Job Title:  PROCESS TECHNOLOGIST 
PT/2013/002
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to:
  • Assist and participate with the provision of process & utilities technology support to operations for a process area to maximise plant safety, reliability, efficiency, and capacity and ensure process technical safety.
  • Assist and participate with the provision of process & utilities technology support for a process area to other business support groups to achieve business objectives.


The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Assist and participate with the provision of process technical safety assurance and compliance.
  • Assist and participate with the provision of technology advice in the assigned area (process or utilities).
  • Assist and participate with the provision of document technological advice to operations, including expected and realized economic impact, in compliance with the operating window, required design and engineering standards in the industry, minimize flaring and optimize fuel consumption, minimize waste generation and ensure efficient waste incineration.
  • Assist in the 5-year program of process technical safety reviews to cover all high risks in the process/utility area.
  • Assist in in-house process technical safety reviews (HAZOP, Process Safety Audits, SIL classifications, etc) for plant changes, third party projects integration.
  • Assist with the updating of critical process safety documentation like Process Safeguarding Memorandum (PSM), process safeguarding flow scheme (PSFS), alarm and trip register, operating manual.
  • Assist and participate with the provision of technological support to achieve maximum profit of NLNG through energy efficiency, maximizing production capacity, and minimizing unplanned process unit shutdown frequency.


The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Chemical Engineering, Industrial Chemistry, Gas Engineering, Physics or any other closely related Applied Science discipline.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 4 years must have been spent as a Process Technologist in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company
Job Title: PRINCIPAL PIPELINE ENGINEER - FEED 
PD/2013/001
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide pipeline engineering and operations/maintenance expertise and support for all phases of design and execution in terms of concept selection, development of basis for design through construction, commissioning and start-up, ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Define and optimize pipeline project concepts providing inputs for development planning and cost/economic screening, identifying major hazards and risks and develop preliminary design basis reflecting design standards and operating/production parameters as well as participating in value assurance reviews, and preparation of project strategic plan.
  • Participate in the preparation of project strategic plans, identification of fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies, and participate in reviews, including independent design reviews (IDR) and value assurance reviews (VAR) while ensuring integration across disciplines and project phases.
  • Design cost effective pipelines taking into account required operating design envelopes, strength, flexibility for crossings, stations and tie-ins, requirements for pipeline emergency shut-down systems, and stability for a safe construction, (pre) commissioning and operation in accordance with the requirements of the applicable legislation, standards, and HSE requirements while ensuring /guaranteeing functional requirements of the pipeline system for capacity, pressure, temperature, and product quality.
  • Design pipelines and gas transmission systems to resist operational, environmental, construction testing/pre-commissioning and operating loads by using different design concepts such as allowable stress, limit state design, and load and resistance design methods in line with relevant codes and standards.
  • Select the optimum pipeline route taking into account current and future transmission and right of way requirements, costs, impact on public safety and environment, third party activities and the required permits/licenses, mitigation measures and compliance to regulatory requirements.
  • Identify, evaluate, and select potential pipeline materials including CRAs, coatings, insulations, and internal liners suitable for their intended use, compatible with the selected construction method(s), resulting in the required reliability and lowest life cycle costs. 

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 12 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 8 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position and minimum of 4 years in a senior pipeline engineer position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company
Job Title: SENIOR PIPELINE ENGINEER - FEED 
PD/2013/002
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide pipeline engineering and operations/maintenance expertise and support for all phases of design and execution in terms of concept selection, development of basis for design through construction, commissioning and start-up, ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Support in the definition and optimization of pipeline project concepts providing inputs for development planning and cost/economic screening, identifying major hazards and risks and develop preliminary design basis reflecting design standards and operating/production parameters as well as participating in value assurance reviews, and preparation of project strategic plan.
  • Participate in the preparation of project strategic plans, identification of fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies, and participate in reviews, including independent design reviews (IDR) and value assurance reviews (VAR) while ensuring integration across disciplines and project phases.
  • Design cost effective pipelines taking into account required operating design envelopes, strength, flexibility for crossings, stations and tie-ins, requirements for pipeline emergency shut-down systems, and stability for a safe construction, (pre) commissioning and operation in accordance with the requirements of the applicable legislation, standards, and HSE requirements while ensuring /guaranteeing functional requirements of the pipeline system for capacity, pressure, temperature, and product quality.
  • Design pipelines and gas transmission systems to resist operational, environmental, construction testing/pre-commissioning and operating loads by using different design concepts such as allowable stress, limit state design, and load and resistance design methods in line with relevant codes and standards.
  • Participate in selecting the optimum pipeline route taking into account current and future transmission and right of way requirements, costs, impact on public safety and environment, third party activities and the required permits/licenses, mitigation measures and compliance to regulatory requirements.
  • Identify, evaluate, and select potential pipeline materials including CRAs, coatings, insulations, and internal liners suitable for their intended use, compatible with the selected construction method(s), resulting in the required reliability and lowest life cycle costs. 


The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 10 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 6 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company
Job Title:  PIPELINE ENGINEER - FEED 
PD/2013/003
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide pipeline engineering and operations/maintenance expertise and support for all phases of design and execution in terms of concept selection, development of basis for design through construction, commissioning and start-up, ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Assist in the definition and optimization of pipeline project concepts providing inputs for development planning and cost/economic screening, identifying major hazards and risks and develop preliminary design basis reflecting design standards and operating/production parameters as well as participating in value assurance reviews, and preparation of project strategic plan.
  • Assist in the preparation of project strategic plans, identification of fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies, and participate in reviews, including independent design reviews (IDR) and value assurance reviews (VAR) while ensuring integration across disciplines and project phases.
  • Support the design of cost effective pipelines taking into account required operating design envelopes, strength, flexibility for crossings, stations and tie-ins, requirements for pipeline emergency shut-down systems, and stability for a safe construction, (pre) commissioning and operation in accordance with the requirements of the applicable legislation, standards, and HSE requirements while ensuring /guaranteeing functional requirements of the pipeline system for capacity, pressure, temperature, and product quality.
  • Design pipelines and gas transmission systems to resist operational, environmental, construction testing/pre-commissioning and operating loads by using different design concepts such as allowable stress, limit state design, and load and resistance design methods in line with relevant codes and standards.
  • Participate in selecting the optimum pipeline route taking into account current and future transmission and right of way requirements, costs, impact on public safety and environment, third party activities and the required permits/licenses, mitigation measures and compliance to regulatory requirements.
  • Identify, evaluate, and select potential pipeline materials including CRAs, coatings, insulations, and internal liners suitable for their intended use, compatible with the selected construction method(s), resulting in the required reliability and lowest life cycle costs.

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 4 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company
Job Title:  PRINCIPAL PIPELINE ENGINEER- FLOW ASSURANCE 
PD/2013/004
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide specialist expertise in the area of pipeline engineering, review new pipeline technologies and sponsor trials within NLNG with aim of incorporation into either new projects or existing operations as well as create, revise, & review engineering standards and procedures required to ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Apply modeling and simulation techniques to formulate the basis for pipeline model development and desired steady state hydraulics for operating points for pipeline and transmission systems, and interrogate and analyze simulation results in collaboration with other flow assurance specialists.
  • Define and specify all interfaces to assure mechanical and functional compatibility and integrity while taking into account product specifications, metering and corrosion management requirements, design of cathodic protection (CP), Instrumentation protective function (IPF) as total system functionality requirements.
  • Develop and maintain pipelines and gas transmission systems, and Right of Way; provide specialist expertise in procedure, implementation and review of operation, maintenance, rehabilitation and abandonment of pipeline systems.
  • Provide specialist expertise in design, material and construction specification, yard fabrication, field installation, pre-commissioning and commissioning of pipelines and gas transmission systems.
  • Design the layout of pipelines and transmission systems in accordance with applicable legislation, standards, and HSE requirements taking into account maximum operating conditions, requirements for pressure, requirements for optimal storage, and metering, loading and pumping/compressing facilities.
  • Define and specify requirements for total pipelines and transmission system functionality options and impacts on pipeline size, configuration, flow line architecture and layout, provisions for future expansion or modifications and effects of routing alternatives on overall system functionality. 
  • Act as Technical Authority for the interpretation of engineering standards, the review and approval of deviations from engineering standards, and for the provision of specialist advice for pipes


The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 12 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 8 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position and minimum of 4 years in a senior pipeline engineer position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company.
Job Title:  SENIOR PIPELINE ENGINEER- FLOW ASSURANCE 
PD/2013/005
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide specialist expertise in the area of pipeline engineering, review new pipeline technologies and sponsor trials within NLNG with aim of incorporation into either new projects or existing operations as well as create, revise, & review engineering standards and procedures required to ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Apply modeling and simulation techniques to formulate the basis for pipeline model development and desired steady state hydraulics for operating points for pipeline and transmission systems, and interrogate and analyze simulation results in collaboration with other flow assurance specialists.
  • Support in the definition and specification of all interfaces to assure mechanical and functional compatibility and integrity while taking into account product specifications, metering and corrosion management requirements, design of cathodic protection (CP), Instrumentation protective function (IPF) as total system functionality requirements.
  • Develop and maintain pipelines and gas transmission systems, and Right of Way; provide specialist expertise in procedure, implementation and review of operation, maintenance, rehabilitation and abandonment of pipeline systems.
  • Support the provision of specialist expertise in design, material and construction specification, yard fabrication, field installation, pre-commissioning and commissioning of pipelines and gas transmission systems.
  • Participate in designing the layout of pipelines and transmission systems in accordance with applicable legislation, standards, and HSE requirements taking into account maximum operating conditions, requirements for pressure, requirements for optimal storage, and metering, loading and pumping/compressing facilities.
  • Define and specify requirements for total pipelines and transmission system functionality options and impacts on pipeline size, configuration, flow line architecture and layout, provisions for future expansion or modifications and effects of routing alternatives on overall system functionality. 
  • Participate in the interpretation of engineering standards, the review and approval of deviations from engineering standards, and for the provision of specialist advice for pipeline operations.


The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 10 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 6 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company
Job Title: PIPELINE ENGINEER- FLOW ASSURANCE 
PD/2013/006
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide specialist expertise in the area of pipeline engineering, review new pipeline technologies and sponsor trials within NLNG with aim of incorporation into either new projects or existing operations as well as create, revise, & review engineering standards and procedures required to ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Apply modeling and simulation techniques to assist in formulating the basis for pipeline model development and desired steady state hydraulics for operating points for pipeline and transmission systems, and interrogate and analyze simulation results in collaboration with other flow assurance specialists.
  • Support in the definition and specification of all interfaces to assure mechanical and functional compatibility and integrity while taking into account product specifications, metering and corrosion management requirements, design of cathodic protection (CP), Instrumentation protective function (IPF) as total system functionality requirements.
  • Assist in developing and maintaining pipelines and gas transmission systems, and Right of Way; provide specialist expertise in procedure, implementation and review of operation, maintenance, rehabilitation and abandonment of pipeline systems.
  • Support the provision of specialist expertise in design, material and construction specification, yard fabrication, field installation, pre-commissioning and commissioning of pipelines and gas transmission systems.
  • Participate in designing the layout of pipelines and transmission systems in accordance with applicable legislation, standards, and HSE requirements taking into account maximum operating conditions, requirements for pressure, requirements for optimal storage, and metering, loading and pumping/compressing facilities.
  • Assist in defining and specifying requirements for total pipelines and transmission system functionality options and impacts on pipeline size, configuration, flow line architecture and layout, provisions for future expansion or modifications and effects of routing alternatives on overall system functionality. 
  • Participate in the interpretation of engineering standards, the review and approval of deviations from engineering standards, and for the provision of specialist advice for pipeline operations.

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 4 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company.

Job Title: PRINCIPAL PIPELINE ENGINEER- PROJECTS 
PD/2013/007
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide pipeline engineering support for the safe, cost-effective and timely execution and commissioning of various pipeline projects along the assigned point GTS- Gas Transmission Systems, and Right of Way within approved HSES and asset integrity standards and ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Facilitate the preparation of pipeline engineering specification for construction, installation, and pre-commissioning with good understanding of welding and NDT techniques and pipeline protection systems.
  • Support pipeline project delivery by providing technical, community affairs, HSE, security and commercial direction comprising of design checks, material procurement, tendering/contract management, site supervision and interface management activities to ensure quality delivery of own portfolio of projects.
  • Manage contractor performance at all stages of pipeline projects by maintaining business and technical controls and cost challenges, and undertake compliance audits to ensure compliance with contract terms and conditions and appropriate delivery of all contract deliverables.
  • Liaise and manage interfaces with following key stakeholders to ensure seamless execution of pipeline projects –Product flow asset teams, commercial/contract services, and procurement, external relations, HSE, tender board, senior management, and NLNG Board sub-committees as appropriate, host communities, DPR and others as may be necessary.
  • Lead and/or participate in the evaluation and selection of methods for the construction and pre-commissioning for pipelines, project QA/QC coordination and in integrated audit teams contributing own expertise into technical (e.g. HAZOPS, design reviews, etc), Quality (ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System), HSE and Business Control audits.
  • Manage pipelines handover to operations with required operating procedures, inspection and maintenance plans, Management of Change documents (MOC), NLNG Permit to Work system, as built drawings, engineering data books including NDT records, performance standards, and fitness for start-up certificates.
  • Monitor development of emerging and evolution of existing pipeline technologies to achieve reduction in life cycle costs and continuous improvement in long-term operational performance of NLNG Pipelines and Gas Transmission Systems.


The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 12 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 8 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position and minimum of 4 years in a senior pipeline engineer position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company.
Job Title:  SENIOR PIPELINE ENGINEER- PROJECTS 
PD/2013/008
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide pipeline engineering support for the safe, cost-effective and timely execution and commissioning of various pipeline projects along the assigned point GTS- Gas Transmission Systems, and Right of Way within approved HSES and asset integrity standards and ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Prepare pipelines engineering specification for construction, installation, and pre-commissioning with good understanding of welding and NDT techniques and pipeline protection systems.
  • Support pipeline project delivery by providing technical, community affairs, HSE, security and commercial direction comprising of design checks, material procurement, tendering/contract management, site supervision and interface management activities to ensure quality delivery of own portfolio of projects.
  • Ensure contractor performance at all stages of pipeline projects by maintaining business and technical controls and cost challenges, and undertake compliance audits to ensure compliance with contract terms and conditions and appropriate delivery of all contract deliverables.
  • Liaise and manage interfaces with following key stakeholders to ensure seamless execution of pipeline projects –Product flow asset teams, commercial/contract services, and procurement, external relations, HSE, tender board, senior management, and NLNG Board sub-committees as appropriate, host communities, DPR and others as may be necessary.
  • Participate in the evaluation and selection of methods for the construction and pre-commissioning for pipelines, project QA/QC coordination and in integrated audit teams contributing own expertise into technical (e.g. HAZOPS, design reviews, etc), Quality (ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System), HSE and Business Control audits.
  • Support pipelines handover to operations with required operating procedures, inspection and maintenance plans, Management of Change documents (MOC), NLNG Permit to Work system, as built drawings, engineering data books including NDT records, performance standards, and fitness for start-up certificates.
  • Monitor development of emerging and evolution of existing pipeline technologies to achieve reduction in life cycle costs and continuous improvement in long-term operational performance of NLNG Pipelines and Gas Transmission Systems.


The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 10 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 6 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company
Job Title: PIPELINE ENGINEER- PROJECTS 
PD/2013/009
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  
The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide pipeline engineering support for the safe, cost-effective and timely execution and commissioning of various pipeline projects along the assigned point GTS- Gas Transmission Systems, and Right of Way within approved HSES and asset integrity standards and ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Assist in preparing pipelines engineering specification for construction, installation, and pre-commissioning with good understanding of welding and NDT techniques and pipeline protection systems.
  • Support pipeline project delivery by providing technical, community affairs, HSE, security and commercial direction comprising of design checks, material procurement, tendering/contract management, site supervision and interface management activities to ensure quality delivery of own portfolio of projects.
  • Ensure contractor performance at all stages of pipeline projects by maintaining business and technical controls and cost challenges, and undertake compliance audits to ensure compliance with contract terms and conditions and appropriate delivery of all contract deliverables.
  • Liaise and manage interfaces with following key stakeholders to ensure seamless execution of pipeline projects –Product flow asset teams, commercial/contract services, and procurement, external relations, HSE, tender board, senior management, and NLNG Board sub-committees as appropriate, host communities, DPR and others as may be necessary.
  • Assist in the evaluation and selection of methods for the construction and pre-commissioning for pipelines, project QA/QC coordination and in integrated audit teams contributing own expertise into technical (e.g. HAZOPS, design reviews, etc), Quality (ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System), HSE and Business Control audits.
  • Assist in pipelines handover to operations with required operating procedures, inspection and maintenance plans, Management of Change documents (MOC), NLNG Permit to Work system, as built drawings, engineering data books including NDT records, performance standards, and fitness for start-up certificates.
  • Assist in monitoring development of emerging and evolution of existing pipeline technologies to achieve reduction in life cycle costs and continuous improvement in long-term operational performance of NLNG Pipelines and Gas Transmission Systems
The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 4 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company.
Job Title:  SENIOR PIPELINE ENGINEER- MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS 
PD/2013/011
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide engineering support for planning and executing pipeline operations and maintenance activities including but are not limited to pigging, cathodic protection and coating, corrosion inhibition, planning and execution of Right-of-Way (ROW) surveys, maintaining risk contours and registers for NLNG Gas Transmission Systems and ROW ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Execute and deliver pipeline pigging operational activities, cathodic protection and coating operations and implement pipeline corrosion inhibition operations; manage and execute repair and re-commissioning of pipelines.
  • Plan and execute right-of-way (ROW) surveys, establish and maintain risk contours to determine minimum proximity distances to structures (based on pipeline location class definition) interfacing with local authorities and other stakeholders as per Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) Communication Plan.
  • Develop, maintain and manage pipeline asset budget utilizing a system for projecting and recording asset cost based on a developed asset reference plan (including resource planning, life extension study requirements, life cycle cost, and contracting strategy for long term maintenance activities).
  • Deputize as production or pipeline duty coordinator; determine course of action for damaged pipelines including leak reporting, and  participate as part of an Emergency Response Team during maintenance activities, or emergency repairs, or drills,
  • Ensure technical integrity condition of pipeline using fitness for service integrity assessment principles on the basis of as-built data and operations/inspection/maintenance records.
  • Participate in the development, implementation, updating, and administration of the Pipeline Integrity Management System, pipelines and gas transmissions systems database, specifications, inspection and maintenance reference plans, risk and integrity assessment processes and procedures as well as Pipeline remediation and repair of defects to ensure procedures are in place to optimize pipeline operations over the long term.
  • Determine requirements and prepare plan for refurbishment, abandonment, de-commissioning or removal of pipeline and gas transmission systems.
  • Determine impact of pipeline damage or (corrosion) defects and advise on acceptable operating pressures, temperatures and/or requirements for repair in accordance with fitness for service methodologies such as the Pipeline Defect Assessment Manual.
  • Ensure technical integrity and reliability of optimal pipelines and gas transmission systems as well as for ensuring compliance to regulatory requirements.


The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 10 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 6 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company.
Job Title:  PIPELINE ENGINEER- MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS 
PD/2013/012
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide engineering support for planning and executing pipeline operations and maintenance activities including but are not limited to pigging, cathodic protection and coating, corrosion inhibition, planning and execution of Right-of-Way (ROW) surveys, maintaining risk contours and registers for NLNG Gas Transmission Systems and ROW ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Execute and deliver pipeline pigging operational activities, cathodic protection and coating operations and implement pipeline corrosion inhibition operations; manage and execute repair and re-commissioning of pipelines.
  • Execute right-of-way (ROW) surveys, establish and maintain risk contours to determine minimum proximity distances to structures (based on pipeline location class definition) interfacing with local authorities and other stakeholders as per Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) Communication Plan.
  • Assist in developing, maintaining and managing pipeline asset budget utilizing a system for projecting and recording asset cost based on a developed asset reference plan (including resource planning, life extension study requirements, life cycle cost, and contracting strategy for long term maintenance activities).
  • Implement remedial action for damaged pipelines including leak reporting, and  participate as part of an Emergency Response Team during maintenance activities, or emergency repairs, or drills,
  • Assist in ensuring technical integrity condition of pipeline using fitness for service integrity assessment principles on the basis of as-built data and operations/inspection/maintenance records.
  • Participate in the development, implementation, updating, and administration of the Pipeline Integrity Management System, pipelines and gas transmissions systems database, specifications, inspection and maintenance reference plans, risk and integrity assessment processes and procedures as well as Pipeline remediation and repair of defects to ensure procedures are in place to optimize pipeline operations over the long term.
  • Assist in preparing and implementing plan for refurbishment, abandonment, de-commissioning or removal of pipeline and gas transmission systems.
  • Assist in determining impact of pipeline damage or (corrosion) defects and advise on acceptable operating pressures, temperatures and/or requirements for repair in accordance with fitness for service methodologies such as the Pipeline Defect Assessment Manual.
  • Ensure technical integrity and reliability of optimal pipelines and gas transmission systems as well as for ensuring compliance to regulatory requirements.


The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 4 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company.
Job Title:  SENIOR PROCUREMENT ANALYST
CPM/2013/001
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to analyse and develop optimum value demand management and category strategies for all high volume bought-in direct and indirect materials (excluding feed gas) required to fulfil Company’s contractual (production & delivery), statutory, administrative and social obligations.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Develop, together with senior buyers and business areas, material demand forecasts, planning and budgeting to support planned activities for high / frequent consumption materials.
  • Coordinate the development and implementation of annual procurement plans for the different business areas, to ensure consistent standards and results are achieved in the planned sourcing and delivery of materials for key business activities.
  • Analyse procurement data & plans (category spend, productivity, strategic vendor relationship management etc.) regularly to review progress against baseline, and recommend corrective measures where necessary to ensure high implementation level for spend portfolios & categories.
  • Develop and implement strategies (e.g. buying house, purchase price and supply agreements, contract price agreements etc., as required) across all business areas for high volume spend areas, to ensure high percentage of planned optimal solutions are available to source & deliver required materials, based on use of leverage (e.g. aggregation, standardisation, consolidation etc.), risk assessment, cost drivers, market analysis, and value maximization (- including Nigerian Content) of category spend on a life cycle basis.
  • Monitor and provide assurance of compliance with the Deming (plan-do-check-review) work cycle by the procurement activity areas (i.e. planning, MR processing, expediting and price agreements), to ensure effectiveness of service delivery to internal customers.
  • Prepare, present and defend (where necessary) category submissions (strategy, enquiry and/or award) for materials within allocated business area to Company committees (e.g. Tender Committees) to obtain approvals in accordance with delegated financial authority for commitment processing.
  • Prepare, review, vet and/or issue enquiry and/or price agreement documents for transactions, incorporating general and specific controls applicable ( - including regulatory, HSE, technical, commercial, Nigerian Content and logistics requirements) to ensure timely delivery of fit-for purpose materials, within allocated categories.
  • Communicate and regularly interface with key internal & external stakeholders throughout the supply chain and advise on procurement embedded in activities (e.g. projects, contracts, agreements etc.), ensuring adequate information is available to stakeholders.
  • Prepare commercial negotiation strategies and commercial negotiations with vendors, resolving commercial disputes and claims arising from business transactions.

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a University degree (minimum of Second Class Upper). Membership of The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) UK or Nigeria, or Institute of Supply Management (ISM) US or equivalent at a diploma or certified level is an advantage.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 4 years must have been in Contracting and Procurement role in a reputable organization.
Job Title: CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR 
CPM/2013/002
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to develop and administer appropriate planning and contract administration solutions for all third party works and services in all spend categories to assure timely and proper execution activities required to fulfil Company’s contractual (production and delivery), statutory, administrative and social obligations.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Coordinate, together with contracts and procurement teams as well as business areas in own location, works and services demand forecast, planning and budgeting to support planned activities and prepare 5 year contract plans within allocated business area or work and service category to ensure clarity of business requirements.
  • Develop and facilitate program for monitoring key activities for critical (strategic and tactical) activities, including key contract development milestones, contract optimization reviews and contract management audits.
  • Maintain systems for managing service acquisition (electronic or otherwise), data storage and retrieval, preparation and publication of contract performance metrics, contract close out and key business reports as required to facilitate timely placement and availability of critical contracts and performance management.
  • Together with Senior Contracts Administrator administer the Minor, Senior and Corporate Tender Committees, preview submissions and agenda items for completeness and quality, prepare agenda and organize meetings, guide on compliance with contracting process, keep and maintain record of proceedings and implement Tender Board directives.
  • Maintain contract data in contract management systems tools for departmental and internal customers, and provide training when required.
  • Maintain an efficient filing, archiving, retrieval and office supply system for all contract documentation and carry out internal audit of contract files.
  • Maintain and audit filing, archiving and retrieval system for all contract documentation and data including contract files and records of key contracting activities.
  • Support Contract Engineers in the administrative elements of contract development (bid issuing and receipt, correspondence with vendors etc.) using appropriate systems and processes.


The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper). Membership of The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) UK or Nigeria, or Institute of Supply Management (ISM) US or equivalent at a diploma or certified level is an advantage.
  • Possess a minimum of 5 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 3 years must have been in a line role in a contracting and procurement organization
Job Title:  PRINCIPAL BUYER 
CPM/2013/003
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to develop and implement value adding demand management and sourcing solutions for all bought-in direct and indirect materials (excluding feed gas) in business critical (>$10M) spend categories required to fulfil Company’s contractual and statutory obligations.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Develop, together with business areas; demand forecasts, planning and budgeting to support planned activities in the business critical spend categories within production and/or shipping activities.
  • Develop and implement the annual procurement plans within allocated business area, to procure materials required for implementation of Company activities.
  • To identify and realize opportunities for spend leverage (e.g., standardize specification, aggregate spend, re-schedule supply, aggregate sourcing, value engineering analysis etc.) across all demand areas to maximize the value from spend across categories on a life cycle basis.
  • Develop and implement category strategies and their performance management end to end from pre-award to post award in the critical business areas, to ensure benefits accruing to Company during materials sourcing and delivery are maximized for allocated categories.
  • Articulate sourcing tactics within own portfolio and contribute to development of complementary supplier base to assure availability of material requirements. 
  • Prepare,  and present high value and risk category submissions (strategy, enquiry and award) to Company committees (e.g. Tender Committees), with particular focus on supply chain model & risk, cost drivers, opportunities realisation and market intelligence, to obtain approvals in accordance with delegated financial authority for commitment processing.
  • Manage the workload optimization and process efficiency in the Procurement section and own portfolio, review and vet medium enquiries/orders/invoices to ensure service delivery to all business areas.
  • Appraise market conditions & supply chain risks locally and internationally for key materials, identify & fill knowledge gaps and develop synergies in support of the development of category strategies across all business areas.
  • Develop commercial negotiation framework and strategies and lead commercial negotiations with core vendors, high value and high risk project procurement deals resolving commercial disputes and claims arising from the deals.
The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper). Membership of The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) UK or Nigeria, or Institute of Supply Management (ISM) US or equivalent at a diploma or certified level is an advantage.
  • Possess a minimum of 12 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 8 years must have been in a contracting and procurement and minimum of 4 years in a senior position in procurement or contracts service.
 
Job Title:  MATERIALS INSPECTOR 
CPM/2013/004
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to assure inventory asset integrity for all bought-in stock direct and indirect materials (excluding feed gas) required to fulfil Company’s contractual, statutory, administrative and social obligations to its customers and other stakeholders.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Coordinate inspection, and vets within own are of competence,  materials received into the warehouse to ensure only fit for purpose materials that meet prescribed specification, delivery conditions and user requirements are accepted by company.
  • Coordinate daily activity for warehouse foremen based on the approved MRs and plant exigencies as may be required, and to ensure compliance to warehouse safety management program.
  • Implement working procedures for carrying out warehousing activities viz: materials receipt, handling & storage, warehouse & yard operations safety, materials preservation, and materials Issue to ensure all stored materials are fit for purpose when required and prevent loss of materials due to damage, theft, expiration, corrosion, or other means.
  • Develop and implement a HSE work plan including a self-audit safe working program for the main warehouse and materials yard operations.
  • Monitor the storage and preservation of spares, consumables, general inventory material to ensure that all materials stored in the various warehouse facilities are fit for purpose when required and prevent loss of materials due to corrosion, injury to personnel, damage to company assets.
  • Coordinate the reconciliation of routine stock check activities in order to ensure stock integrity and maintain high service delivery level and system data accuracy.
  • Implement withdrawal, repair, testing and return of repairable materials to maintain fit for purpose materials.
  • Develop and promote safe handling and storage of technical materials in lie with best practices.

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a HND degree (minimum of Upper Credit) in Metallurgical or Materials engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience with at least 4 years’ experience (in a technical quality control or assurance role) in reputable organization
Job Title:  INVENTORY ANALYST 
CPM/2013/005
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to deliver fit-for-purpose acquisition transactions for all bought-in direct and indirect materials (excluding feed gas) in assigned spend categories required that enable Company safely and reliably fulfil its contractual (production & delivery), statutory, administrative and social obligations.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Monitor replenishment of inventory materials against key controls and criteria, (- i.e. consumption pattern, inventory policy, future business requirements, storage and shelf life considerations etc.), to validate that each request meets basic standard for meeting demand without compromising value.
  • Prepare proposals including those for additional stock, stocking level variation, adjustments, write-ons/offs and other inventory related transactions, incorporating general and specific controls (- including HSE, technical, risk and commercial aspects) applicable to ensure availability of fit-for purpose materials, within allocated categories.
  • Release replenishment requests, and analyse consumption trends for both slow and fast moving materials and recommend most economic replenishment quantities that deliver value to Company and ensures timely delivery of fit-for purpose materials.
  • Identify and recommend appropriate inventory management strategy to minimise acquisition lead time, and stock value for items and improve stock availability within assigned group, without compromising service level.
  • Support the resolution of all issues hampering the timely delivery of fit-for purpose materials and liaises with buyers, expediter and customers to ensure that accurate orders status and system information is available
  • Execute the annual inventory plans within their business area, by working with internal customers to define requirements, maximize value and deliver materials required for operational/activity plans implementation.
  • Identify obsolete, surplus and moribund items for disposal and liaise with Senior Inventory Analyst in initiating disposal process.
  • Carry out continuous inventory review management with respective user to ensure that stock holding level is at optimal, attend material status meeting with customers and facilitate effective customers interface meeting to achieve a two-way information and knowledge flow on status of stock items, consumption levels and progression of non-moving spares.

The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Engineering. Membership of The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) UK or Nigeria, or Institute of Supply Management (ISM) US or equivalent at a diploma or certified level is an advantage.
  • Possess a minimum of 7 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 3 years must have been in a materials handling or control line role in a reputable organization.
Job Title: SENIOR VENDOR ASSESSOR 
CPM/2013/006
LOCATION : BONNY  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to develop, coordinate and implement program for vendor evaluation, revalidation, relationship management and development for all suppliers of bought in materials, works and services (excluding feed gas) to maintain a supplier pool able to provide the inputs required by Company to fulfil its contractual (production & delivery), statutory, administrative and social obligations.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Analyse vendor categories and develop 3 year prequalification and revalidation plan (including expression of interest and adverts) based on material/works/services demand forecasts, planning and budgeting to support planned activities.
  • Establish technical evaluation requirements and participate in prequalification visits for high risk categories (suppliers/vendors) incorporating general and specific requirements applicable (- including regulatory, HSE, technical, Nigerian Content and financial requirements) to ensure competent vendors are enlisted in line with relevant company policies and procedures.
  • Coordinate the preparation of vendor prequalification inspection reports for submission to the Vendor Evaluation Team (VET) and Vendor Approval Committee (VAC) to enable effective vendor approval process for business relations with NLNG.
  • Coordinate the quarterly VAC secretariat activities; convene governance meetings, generate and collate agenda items and submissions, prepare minutes and follow up actions to ensure adequate coverage and execution of all agreed items to support NLNG business continuity through a robust vendor base.
  • Liaise with the Legal and GRC departments in the coordination of due diligence checks on vendors to ensure that company policies on Conflict of Interest and Anti-bribery and Corruption are upheld before, during and after registration of vendors in NLNG.
  • Support the activities of the Corporate Vendor Services Centres (Bonny & Port Harcourt) to provide seamless interface with vendors on all enquiries pertaining to doing business with NLNG.  
  • Identify opportunities and recommend measures to develop vendors to ensure availability of robust pool of vendors in all product groups and categories and in particular develop Nigerian Content for effective support of driver functions and compliance with local content legislation.
  • Coordinate, review and investigation efforts of non-conformances and breaches to NLNG control frame work by vendors to ensure follow-up and close out of reported incidents.
The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper). Membership of The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) UK or Nigeria, or Institute of Supply Management (ISM) US or equivalent at a diploma or certified level is an advantage.
  • Possess a minimum of 10 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 6 years must have been in Contracting and Procurement and minimum of 3 years must have been spent at a reputable organization.
Job Title:  PRINCIPAL PIPELINE ENGINEER- MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS 
PD/2013/010
LOCATION : BONNY/PORT HARCOURT  

The Job:
The appointee will be required to provide engineering support for planning and executing pipeline operations and maintenance activities including but are not limited to pigging, cathodic protection and coating, corrosion inhibition, planning and execution of Right-of-Way (ROW) surveys, maintaining risk contours and registers for NLNG Gas Transmission Systems and ROW ensuring fit-for-purpose pipeline technologies and optimization of NLNG pipeline asset life cycle cost while meeting NLNG’s Goal Zero HSE Objectives.

The Duties:
The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Lead the execution and delivery of pipeline pigging operational activities, cathodic protection and coating operations and implement pipeline corrosion inhibition operations; manage and execute repair and re-commissioning of pipelines.
  • Plan and execute right-of-way (ROW) surveys, establish and maintain risk contours to determine minimum proximity distances to structures (based on pipeline location class definition) interfacing with local authorities and other stakeholders as per Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) Communication Plan.
  • Develop, maintain and manage pipeline asset budget utilizing a system for projecting and recording asset cost based on a developed asset reference plan (including resource planning, life extension study requirements, life cycle cost, and contracting strategy for long term maintenance activities).
  • Act as a production or pipeline duty coordinator; determine course of action for damaged pipelines including leak reporting, and  participate as part of an Emergency Response Team during maintenance activities, or emergency repairs, or drills.
  • Assess and ensure technical integrity condition of pipeline using fitness for service integrity assessment principles on the basis of as-built data and operations/inspection/maintenance records.
  • Lead the development, implementation, updating, and administration of the Pipeline Integrity Management System, pipelines and gas transmissions systems database, specifications, inspection and maintenance reference plans, risk and integrity assessment processes and procedures as well as Pipeline remediation and repair of defects to ensure procedures are in place to optimize pipeline operations over the long term.
  • Determine requirements and prepare plan for refurbishment, abandonment, de-commissioning or removal of pipeline and gas transmission systems.
  • Determine impact of pipeline damage or (corrosion) defects and advise on acceptable operating pressures, temperatures and/or requirements for repair in accordance with fitness for service methodologies such as the Pipeline Defect Assessment Manual.
  • Responsible party for the technical integrity and reliability of optimal pipelines and gas transmission systems as well as for ensuring compliance to regulatory requirements.


The Person:
The right candidate should:
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in Petroleum, Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering.
  • Possess a minimum of 12 years post-NYSC experience; out of which minimum of 8 years must have been spent in a pipeline construction, maintenance, engineering, operation or project position and minimum of 4 years in a senior pipeline engineer position in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company.



How to Apply
Click the following link to apply - https://sws.nlng.com/e-recruitment/openings/Default.aspx

Application Deadline:   24/09/2013 

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