Engineer / Technologist – Control: GE Nigeria Vacancies

Posted on :

27 Sep, 2009

Category :

Oil & Gas Jobs in Nigeria, Technical Jobs in Nigeria

geoilgasGE Oil & Gas (  is a world leader in advanced technology equipment and services for all segments of the oil and gas industry, from drilling and production, LNG, pipelines and storage to industrial power generation, refining and petrochemicals. We also provide pipeline integrity solutions, including inspection and data management. As part of our ‘Innovation Now’ customer focus and commitment, GE Oil & Gas leverages technological innovation from other GE businesses, such as aviation and healthcare, to continuously improve oil and gas industry performance and productivity. GE Oil & Gas employs more than 12,000 people worldwide and operates in over 70 countries.

GE oil and Gas currently recruits an Engineer / Technologist – Control for it’s Nigerian operations

Essential Responsibilities

  • Interpretation and Creation Of Specifications
  • Working as Part of the Design Team in the Creation of Design Schemes and Manufacturing Documentation
  • Creation of Technical Design Files containing typically Strain, Pressure Calculations, FMECA and Design Review data
  • Creation of Work Packages for Offshore Engineering
  • Production of Test, Installation & Maintenance documentation
  • Technical Liaison with other Departments, Customers & the Supply Base
  • Root Cause Failure Investigation and Technical Reporting
  • Operational Support during the Build and Test phases
  • Standardisation Embodiment
  • Product Line Extension activity to further develop the Product Portfolio


  • Skills in multiple disciplines – Structural, Mechanical, Hydraulic, Materials
  • Working knowledge of ISO 13628-6
  • Good time management skills and ability to perform to focused schedules
  • Good communicator and motivator
  • Ability to work across disciplines and departments, particularly production and manufacturing
  • HNC/Degree Qualified or equivalent
  • Chartered engineer status would be ideal

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