2014 Graduate and Experienced Recruitment at Nigeria LNG - Jobs in Nigeria

2014 Graduate and Experienced Recruitment at Nigeria LNG

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20 Oct, 2014

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Graduate Jobs in Nigeria, Oil & Gas Jobs in Nigeria

Nigeria LNG Limited was incorporated as a limited liability company on May 17, 1989, to harness Nigeria’s vast natural gas resources and produce Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs) for export. The company has a wholly-owned subsidiary, Bonny Gas Transport (BGT) Limited, which provides shipping services for NLNG and Nigeria LNG Ship Manning Limited which provides personnel for all of NLNG’s Vessels. Our LNG is delivered to ports in cities around the world.

Nigeria LNG Limited, a world-class company helping to build a better Nigeria, seeks to engage suitably qualified candidates for immediate employment in the vacant positions below:

CONSULTANT OBSTETRICIAN AND GYNAECOLOGIST

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationBA/BSc/HND
  • Experience10 years
  • LocationRivers
  • Job FieldMedical / Health / Safety

The Duties

The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Modern Obstetrical Practice both routine and in emergency situations. Operative Obstetrics.
  • Gynaecological Consultations including infertility assessment, sexually transmitted diseases and pelvic infections.
  • Family planning counseling.
  • Gynaecological surgery including endoscopic and laparoscopic procedures.
  • Pre-pregnancy counselling.
  • Antenatal care, intrapartum management and postnatal clinics.
  • Advice on current Contraceptive technology as applicable to individuals.
  • Community outreach programmes to include preventive techniques such as health education, nutrition in and out of pregnancy.
  • Management of behavioural changes that may require emergency contraception.
  • Management of complications of abortions and post abortion care networking.
  • General Out Patient Consultation.
  • Team leader for the ward.

The Person

The right candidate should:

  • Possess MBBS with either MRCOG, FMCOG or FWACS or their equivalents and be registered with the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN).
  • Have a minimum of 10 years post MBBS working experience, 5 of which should have been in the area of specialty as a consultant in a standard hospital.
  • Possess strategic and motivational leadership skills.
  • Maintain high professional standards, discipline and communicate effectively with all levels of internal and external parties.
  • Be a good team player, with ability to work in a multi-cultural environment.
  • Be Computer Literate.
  • Not be more than 50 years old as at 31st December, 2014.

Senior Marine Supervisor

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationBA/BSc/HND
  • Experience5 – 7 years
  • LocationRivers
  • Job FieldTransportation and Driving

The appointee will be required to provide marine expertise and supervision to ensure safe and efficient Port and Terminal operations in support of Production, Commercial and Shipping Divisions business targets.

The Duties

The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Supervise Marine terminal operations to ensure full and effective implementation of the Port and Terminal Procedures for all visiting vessels at all Bonny Jetties.
  • Execute the agreed berthing schedules for Jetties 1 & 2 by implementing the NPA pilot’s integrated schedule, coordinating utilisation of marine support craft. Schedule and ensure safe and effective execution of berthing operations at MOF jetties.
  • Monitor HSE and operational and technical performance of Marine Support Craft, Marine Infrastructure and Terminal equipment, reporting deficiencies to the respective responsible unit and suggesting improvements
  • Act as Marine focal point in all routine and operational communications, administration and interactions with multiple internal and external stakeholders, including (but not limited to) ISP, CMA, NPA Pilots, CSS, DES & FOB vessels, Ships Agents.
  • Monitor, track, record, review and follow up port performance including demurrage and towage.
  • Provide input into reviews and updates of Marine procedures and risk assessments.

The Person

The right candidate should:

  • Possess a minimum of Class 2 Certificate of Competency (Foreign Going) in Marine Navigation
  • Possess 5-7 years including service on Gas and or Oil tankers up to and including the rank of 2nd officer on Gas tankers for not less than 2 years or Chief officer on Oil tankers for not less than 3 years in the Oil and Gas or Marine industry, OR
  • Alternatively, possess demonstrable experience in a similar role in Marine Terminal Operations
  • Not be more than 48 years old as at 31st December, 2014.

CONSULTANT ANAESTHETIST/ EMERGENCY CARE PHYSICIAN

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationBA/BSc/HND
  • LocationRivers
  • Job FieldMedical / Health / Safety

The appointee will be required to efficiently deliver cost-effective general and specialist medical care to eligible staff, dependants, contractors and third parties in line with company policy to sustain a healthy and productive workforce.

The appointment will be for an initial 5 year period with possible renewal.

The Duties

The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Provide general and specialist medical care to NLNG staff, dependants and other entitled stakeholders
  • Perform clinical assessment for fitness and provision of anaesthesia services during surgical operations.
  • Provide intensive care to critically ill patients and also adequate pain relief to patients.
  • Provide medical emergency, evacuation and resuscitation services.
  • Support the training and coordination of the activities of the Medical Emergency Response Team for effective emergency services.
  • Provide job specific medical examinations to certain types of workers exposed to special risks.
  • Perform Medical screening for all staff, including pre-overseas and pre-transfer medical examinations.
  • Provide specialist anaesthesiology and general inputs towards the development of procedures and protocols for optimization of anaesthetic and general medical services in NLNG.
  • Conduct health promotion programmes to improve the overall health and well-being of the workforce.
  • Ensure the suitability, availability and serviceability of all anaesthetic and other general medical equipment needed to deliver routine and specialist care.

The Person

The right candidate should:

  • Possess MBBS with either FFA, FMCA or FWACS or their equivalents and be registered with the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN).
  • Have a minimum of 10 years post MBBS working experience, 5 of which should have been in the area of specialty as a consultant in a standard hospital.
  • Possess strategic and motivational leadership skills.
  • Maintain high professional standards, discipline and communicate effectively with all levels of internal and external parties.
  • Be a good team player, with ability to work in a multi-cultural environment.
  • Be Computer Literate
  • Not be more than 50 years old as at 31st December, 2014.

Quality Assurance Officer

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • Qualification
  • LocationRivers
  • Job FieldOil and Gas / Energy

The appointee will be required to assist in conducting pre-charter inspection of vessels for NLNG business to ensure that vessels are fit for intended use. 

The Duties

The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Assist in timely pre-hire inspections of tankers, barges and other crafts intended for NLNG services evaluate the suitability of vessels and identify any specific restrictions to apply.
  • Develop, maintain and validate records of inspections conducted on tankers, barges and coastal crafts for updating NLNG Ship Vetting Database
  • Ensure timely notification to shipping interest within Company of any tanker or coastal vessels having significant deficiencies or considered to be of an unacceptable standard for NLNG shipping activity.
  • Ensure the provision of vetting advice to various interested Departments within NLNG on ship quality and respond to with ship owners and managers on vetting enquiries.
  • Maintain contacts of accredited SIRE inspectors for performance of pre and mid-term time charter inspections by NLNG when required.
  • Participate in inspection of NLNG chartered vessels, assist ship masters during Oil Major, Port State Control and other third party inspections of NLNG chartered vessels.
  • Participate in business review of owners / managers of tankers and coastal vessels chartered by NLNG.
  • Evaluate potential business enhancement from effective use of tankers, coastal vessels and barges

The Person

The right candidate should:

  • Possess a minimum of Class 2 (Deck officer or Engine) certificate of competency
  • Have a minimum of 3 years sea-going experience on tankers, of which 1 year actual sea service must have been served at or above 2nd officer or 3rd Engineer position
  • Accreditation as an OCIMF Cat 2 or 3 SIRE Inspector and OVID Inspector will be an added advantage.
  • Not be more than 40 years old as at 31st December, 2014.

Laboratory Analyst

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationBA/BSc/HND
  • Experience1 year
  • LocationRivers
  • Job FieldMedical / Health / Safety   Oil and Gas / Energy

The appointee will be required to:

  1. Provide safe custody of analytical equipment and quality assurance work in support of the analytical applications in 1 of the 2 sections of the laboratory, and
  2.  Support operations to achieve the production targets, providing non delayed services.

The Duties

The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Carry out timely and reliable routine and non-routine own section analytical tasks according to Sample Manger schedule and as may be assigned involving a combination of different laboratory techniques.
  • Assist to carry out normal, non-specialist maintenance & troubleshooting of equipment under custody.
  • Contribute to and carry out test method validation including quality assurance work for the analytical applications under custody according to ASTM D6299 guidelines in compliance with ISO 17025 requirements.
  • Contribute to the HSE performance of the laboratory including daily housekeeping tasks, waste inventory update and disposal, safe handling of sample bottles and empty gas cylinders according to ISO 14001 standards with adherence to industry best practices.
  • Contribute to and realize targets to ensure continuous improvements of laboratory services to customers including development of standard operating procedures for own custody laboratory equipment and analytical test methods according to site wide management systems requirements.

ThePerson

The right candidate should:

  • Possess HND (minimum of Upper Credit) preferably in Chemistry or related Analytical Chemical Technology discipline.
  • Have a minimum of 1 year post-qualification technical experience preferably in the Oil and Gas industry.
  • Not more than 30 years old as 31st December, 2014.

Senior Terminal Assurance

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • Qualification
  • LocationOther
  • Job FieldOil and Gas / Energy

The appointee will be required to implement the processes for assessing the suitability and compatibility of all LNG terminals that NLNG Chartered vessels might call at in Asia and other parts of the world (Except Europe and America) including the provision of appropriate port entry guidelines to the Shipping Division.

The Duties

The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Ensure that all marine terminals used by NLNG in Asia are vetted and their conditions continuously reported in the NLNG Marine Terminal Vetting Database.
  • Develop and maintains comprehensive database for Asian ports for updating NLNG Vetting information Database.
  • Liaise with port authorities and berth operators to ensure that the safety and security of berths as well as standard of services is adequate, timely and cost effective.
  • Liaise with Ports and harbor authorities to ensure all shipping and terminal compliance issues are addressed and corrected timely. Monitor all events which will impact safe transit in/out of ports including port security and ensure that all NLNG interests are appropriately advised
  • Issue specific instructions to Fleet Operations Department for such matters as optimum voyage performance in the ports/terminal vicinity.
  • Conduct due diligence inspection for newly nominated discharge terminals in Asia
  • Carry out annual schedule of inspections and/or audits covering all the terminals used by NLNG chartered vessels
  • Monitor HSSE performance and Manage LOP issues of NLNG chartered vessels at discharge terminals in Asia

The Person

The right candidate should:

  • Possess a Class 1 (Deck officer) certificate of competency
  • Have a minimum of 8 years sea-going experience on tankers, of which 2 years actual sea service must have been served in a senior position
  • Accreditation as an OCIMF Cat 1 SIRE Inspector will be an added advantage.
  • Not be more than 40 years old as at 31st December, 2014.

SENIOR QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICER (SHIP/SHORE COMPATIBILITY)

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • Qualification
  • LocationRivers
  • Job FieldOil and Gas / Energy

The appointee will be required to initiate, develop and maintain processes to ensure that ship / terminal technical compatibility studies are conducted for all NLNG project vessels calling at Bonny Terminal to confirm vessel’s compatibility with terminal for ensuring safe and efficient port operations. The appointee will report functionally and administratively to the Head, Shipping Quality Assurance.

The Duties

  • Conduct ship/ shore technical compatibility assessment on all vessels to be chartered by NLNG to ensure that they can safely enter, load or discharge at nominated NLNG trading terminals.
  • Develop, maintains and reviews compatibility criteria taking into account development and changes on vessels and ports used by NLNG
  • Promote best ship/shore practice for ensuring the security of moored vessels in all weather conditions and compliance with industry guidelines (OCIMF MEG).
  • Participate in the investigation of all mooring incidents involving NLNG chartered vessels in Bonny or any of the discharge ports.
  • Maintain NLNG Bonny terminal SIGTTO portal to revise and communicate changes and development at bonny terminal.
  • Act as focal point for all compatibility enquiries from ship owners and managers interested in the compatibility of their ships with Bonny Terminal.
  • Participate in inspection of NLNG chartered vessels, assist ship masters during Oil Major, Port State Control and other third party inspections of NLNG chartered vessels.
  • Participate in business review of owners / managers of tankers and coastal vessels chartered by NLNG

The Person

  • Possess a Class 1 (Deck officer or Engine) certificate of competency
  • Have a minimum of 8 years sea-going experience on tankers, of which 2 years actual sea service must have been served in a senior position.
  • Accreditation as an OCIMF Cat 1 SIRE Inspector will be an added advantage.
  • Not be more than 40 years old as at 31st December, 2014.

Senior Fleet Trainer and Auditor

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • Qualification
  • LocationRivers
  • Job FieldOil and Gas / Energy

The appointee will be required to initiate, develop, maintain and implement effective Systems and procedures for training shipping and shipboard personnel and for auditing NLNG Shipping and Marine assets / companies for continuous improvement.

The Duties

The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Develop, maintain and implement protocol for internal audit of Shipping Division and BGT vessels.
  • Develop, plan and Implement NLNG Shipping audit plans, follow up progress and provide initiatives to management on audit recommendations
  • Conduct periodic Ship Management Audit Review (SMAR) of BGT vessels by sailing onboard the vessel for life assessment of the process onboard
  • Carry out onboard assessment/appraisal of personnel including mandatory STCW readiness assessment, when so required, and report as instructed
  • Conduct Fleet training onboard BGT vessels for crew and officers on the vessels
  • Monitor technology developments in navigational, engineering and safety standards and provide analysis and trend to SD Management and Fleet Managers
  • Prepare and  implement a documented process for onboard training of officers and crew in Navigation, Engineering and safety matters on BGT Fleet reporting the outcome to the Crew and Fleet Manager

The Person

The right candidate should:

  • Possess a Class 1 (Deck or Engine officer) certificate of competency
  • Have a minimum of 8 years’ experience in shipboard operations of which 2 years actual sea service must have been served in a senior position.
  • Not be more than 40 years old as at 31st December, 2014.

Assistant Project Engineer

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationBA/BSc/HND
  • LocationRivers
  • Job FieldOil and Gas / Energy

The appointee will be required to undertake the following:

  1. To work as part of a multi-discipline team engaged in major shipbuilding and refit projects for LNG and LPG carriers and offshore units such as FLNG and FLPG barges.
  2. To assist in certain aspects of the design and construction under guidance from a Senior Engineer.

The Duties

The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • To participate in preparation / review of technical specifications, evaluation of bids, design development processes, plan approval, visits to shipyards during construction and commissioning, attending factory acceptance tests and sea trials.
  • Ensure that the design/ construction of new ships is in line with the requirements in the way of safety; operability and reliability are in line with the policies set by the Division for the Group.
  • To prepare with Project Engineer alternative decisions and recommendations on systems, equipment, contractors and methods for beneficial use in place of obsolete, unreliable or less efficient systems/subjects on the customer’s vessels. Analyze and advise on vessel operating parameters to identify inefficient machinery, hull condition, bunker and lubricant consumption and take prompt action so as to limit any further deterioration.
  • Ensure that the customer is guided to the most effective route for bringing the ships into service and ensuring the limitation of cost during lay-up.
  • Provide expert guidance to other departments in the Shipping Division concerned with the chartering of the vessels on technical aspects for most benefit to the Group/ Provide Technical advice and support.In liaison with the Project Engineer, assist the Fleet Manager to co-ordinate and produce all out of service repair and refit specifications, and liaise with procurement department to ensure that necessary equipment is ordered, arrange specialist contractors, review and finalize Yard tender analysis document.
  • In liaison with the Fleet Manager, supervise contractors, ship’s staff and surveyors to ensure the refit is conducted to satisfactory standard, tendered cost and on time. Agree Yard work list and invoice subject to final approval of SDM; On completion of the refit:
    1. Produce a review of achieved Yard performance on time, cost and quality against that tendered.
    2. Prepare detailed report of the work carried out.
    3. Recommend work to be done at future refits.
  • Ensure and monitor the application of international, national and classification society rules and regulations which apply or are proposed for application to LNG carriers and how they affect ship designs and operation
  • Promote Health, Safety and Environment and Quality Management policies of NLNG within NLNG and to third parties involved with management of BGT vessels.

The Person

The right candidate should:

  • Possess a minimum of Class 2 Engineer Certificate of Competency and a Bachelor’s degree (Minimum of Second Class Upper) or HND (Minimum of Upper Credit) in Mechanical/Marine Engineering
  • Have a minimum of 8 years of Shipping operations experience within an integrated shipping/oil/gas company, with 2 years as 2nd Engineer on LNG/LPG carriers, OR 2 years working experience as senior officer in shipping operations.
  • Not be more than 40 years old as at 31st December, 2014.

SHIPPING ASSURANCE & EMERGENCY RESPONSE COORDINATOR

  • Job TypeFull Time
  • QualificationBA/BSc/HND
  • LocationRivers
  • Job FieldOil and Gas / Energy

The appointee will be required to initiate, develop, maintain and implement adequate Shipping Emergency Response and Security Assurance procedures and processes to enhance the safety and security of NLNG project vessels and maritime assets.

The Duties

The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Plan, organize and participate in Shipping and Marine Emergency Response Exercises or co-ordinate actual Shipping or Marine Emergency responses
  • Manage NLNG Shipping Emergency response capability to ensure readiness at all times
  • Lead or participate in related shipping and maritime investigations and audits
  • Initiate, develop and implement Shipping and Maritime Emergency Response and Security Assurance processes to protect NLNG interest
  • Liaising with the NLNG or discharge Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO), NLNGSS or Fleet manager’s Company Security Officer (CSO), Shipboard security officers (SSO) in order to agree priorities for maritime security advice and support
  • Initiate, Manage and Administer a Best Management Practice (BMP) Compliance programme for both managed and chartered vessels Management of the Global Maritime Security Advisory Transit and Vessel Particulars databases
  • Work in liaison with the CSS team to provide security assurance and Security risk management for vessels calling at NLNG terminal or employed for NLNG Business.

The Person

The right candidate should:

  • Possess a Class 1 (Deck or Engine officer) certificate of competency, OR a Bachelor’s degree (minimum of Second Class Upper) in a relevant discipline
  • Have a minimum of 8 years’ experience in shipboard operations with at least 6 years sea-going experience of which 2 years actual sea service must have been served in a senior position, OR be an ex Nigerian Navy deck officer at or above the rank of Commander with at least one year verifiable sea time.
  • Experience in intelligence gathering and the Nigerian Maritime industry will be an added advantage.
  • Not be more than 40 years old as at 31st December, 2014.

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