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Job Opportunities at Shell Petroleum Development Company

Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) is the pioneer and leader of the petroleum industry in Nigeria. We invest heavily in our employees, which is reflected in our industry-leading development programme and our commitment to see our employees’ ideas travel and come to fruition.

Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) is recruiting into the vacant positions. All Interested candidates are advised to go through available positions carefully and submit their applications appropriately before the deadline.

All Available positions are listed below:

Job Specifications:

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Ref No: R60727
Location: Port Harcourt, Rivers, Nigeria
Job Family Group: Discipline Engineering
Worker Type: Regular
Business unit: Projects and Technology
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description:
  • We’re seeking someone who’s an expert in quality assurance and quality control within the oil and gas sector.
  • Here’s a role that will develop and grow your professional and personal skills, with the chance to make a real difference within a supportive, positive company.

Where you fit in:

  • The Senior Quality Engineer role will report to the Engineering Lead SWO (Shallow Water Offshore). In this role, you will collaborate with all disciplines and support groups within the organization.
  • You will also interface with project groups as necessary for internal audits, asset integrity, quality, and operation readiness functional groups.
  • Moreover, you will deal with multiple stakeholders such as NDT (Non-Destructive Testing) Contractors, QA/QC & Inspection Services Contractors.

What’s the Role?

  • As a Senior Quality Engineer, you will provide expertise and advice on quality issues to the project teams, to guide and help develop and maintain the various Project Quality Management Systems. You will manage and direct QA/QC support to specific projects.
  • Moreover, you will also network with Senior Management, Project Quality Leads, QA/QC Engineers, QC Inspectors, Materials Engineers, HSE Advisors, Project team members and contractor to ensure service requirements are met.

Your Further Accountabilities

  • Manage the QA/QC & Inspection Services contract, deliver contract value, and become its Contract Holder.
  • Manage quality assurance and control activities at the various SCiN (Shell Companies in Nigeria) projects and assets.
  • Liaise with project teams and production assets to manage resource plan and manning levels for QC inspection personnel.
  • Facilitate business performance review meetings with inspection service contractors to monitor performance, resolve issues like claims/variation requests, listen to complaints, pass information to contractors on new requirements etc.
  • Facilitate review and renewal of pre-mobilization certificates for NDT (Non-Destructive Testing) contractors.
  • Lead quality audits, reviews & PQHC (Project Quality Health Check) and prepare robust reports on outcome of audits.
  • Conduct ECIA (Equipment Criticality and Intervention Assessment) workshops for SPDC (Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd) projects at design & execute phase.
  • Provide SQI (Shelly Quality Intelligence) training to senior management, project quality leads, QA/QC Engineers, QC Inspectors, Materials Engineers, HSE Advisors and Project team members in SPDC.
  • Provide professional support to project teams in implementing and utilizing QIRMS for managing Project Quality.
  • Support SCiN and EMEA Projects to ensure that ALL Quality incidents are properly reviewed and recorded in QIRMS.
  • Review NCRs (Non-Conformance Report) in SPDC Projects to ensure accuracy of information and proper close-out in QIRMS.
  • Maintain a report tracking system with QIRMS and issue reports on a regular basis.
  • Establish good relations with the organisational team members, promoting quality as a personal responsibility.
  • Lead, guide and motivate a team of quality practitioners to vigorously pursue and improve their quality performance.
  • Implement a Monthly Quality KPI management system to support awareness across the organisation.
  • Analyse root cause analysis of Non-conformance/Corrective reports action and recommend, opportunities for improvement to Management.
  • Co-ordinate continual improvements of the Quality Management System, ensuring that evidence of corrective and preventive actions taken are reviewed and recorded in QIRMS.
  • Establish and maintain processes to ensure a consistent, robust and auditable approach to quality assurance and control.
Qualifications and Requirements:

We’re keen to hear from individuals with at least 8 years of working experience in major oil and gas projects and preferably a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent. Alongside this, we’d hope to see many of the following on your CV:

  • Extensive experience in performing quality audits/assessment and project quality health checks.
  • Ability to communicate very effectively with people, and interface with senior as well as junior staff at the desired level.
  • Self-starting ability and the drive necessary to lead a substantial QA/QC team.
  • Fluent in English, written and oral.
  • Strong stakeholder engagement, displaying personal effectiveness.

Senior Commissioning and Start-Up Engineer

Job Specifications:

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Requisition ID: R60734
Location: Port Harcourt, Rivers
Job Family Group: Production Engineering Upstream
Worker Type: Regular
Business Unit: Upstream
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description:
  • We’re seeking someone who’s an expert in commissioning and start-up (CSU) engineering within the oil and gas sector. Here’s a role that will develop and grow your professional and personal skills, with the chance to make a real difference within a supportive, positive company.

Where You Fit In

  • As a Senior Commissioning and Start-Up Engineer, you will be involved in preparing and monitoring design and construction reviews to ensure design and activities are in line with the approved project specifications, standards and documentation requirements to maintain commissioning records also in managing work, as well as supervising the junior colleagues in the team in order – to ensure all projects assigned to them are efficiently delivered to a high professional quality.
  • The Senior Commissioning and Start-Up Engineer should have significant operational experience, preferably Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO), offshore and onshore experience, exceptional interpersonal and management skills.
  • The work will be executed in a very challenging environment and business solutions will be required to a wide range of issues not all of which will be of a technical nature. Teamwork and influencing, communication skills will be a key requisite, as will the ability to operate effectively in a multi-cultural environment.

What’s The Role?

  • Your main responsibility as a Senior Commissioning and Start-Up Engineer is to support Commissioning & Start-Up (CSU) Lead in design, assurance and safety reviews, planning, documentations, pre-commissioning, commissioning, start-up of portfolio projects in line with Shell Project Standard CSU and Handover Practitioners Guide requirements and industry best practice.
  • You will support the asset team during start-up planning, developing/reviewing procedures, and actual start-up activities.
  • You will also support the update of projects Completions Management System for all the projects/work scope.

Your further accountabilities will include:

  • Providing commissioning inputs to projects front-end definition.
  • Supervise activities of assigned commissioning engineers and technicians, including contractor resources.
  • Support the CSU Lead in producing project commissioning and start-up deliverables (plans, schedules, manpower, budget, procedures) in line with corporate standards and methods.
  • Contribute to project design and quality assurance activities and deliverables.
  • Provide input to, and support implementation of, project HSE and quality plans.
  • Support commissioning and start up execution activities and associated Permit to Work (PtW) requirements.
  • Review commissioning and start up deliverables as may be assigned by the CSU Lead.
  • Ensure timely and accurate data entry into Projects Completions and Certification Management System (CCMS)
  • Update of all commissioning documentation pre & post start-up.
  • Participate in all pre start-up safety reviews and pre start-up hazard study activities.
  • Input into systemization of the plant and create all commissioning documentation and check sheets for assigned systems.
  • Organise and execute all commissioning activities within responsible systems.
  • If required prepare Standard Operating Procedures, prepare and deliver training packages.
  • Carry out all commissioning and start-up activities safely to schedule and punch list allocated systems.
  • Assess all activities associated within the commissioning systems allocated to the individual and present justified training requirements for commissioning manager’s approval.
  • Participate in all coordination, scheduling, safety and progress review meetings; and administer Change Control System.
  • Ensure and assist as required that all discipline tests are complete.
  • Ensure the newly built asset is suitably labelled for process pipe, equipment, instrumentation, electrical items etc.
  • Attend design review meetings as required per assigned systems, i.e. hazard and operability (HAZOP), Process and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) review and model reviews.
Qualification and Requirement:

We’re keen to hear from individuals with 5 – 7 years of working experience in upstream operations or commissioning and start-up roles and preferably a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or equivalent. Alongside this, we would hope to see the following on your CV:

  • Extensive oil and gas industry experience including front-line supervisory roles for operations and/or maintenance and/or engineering.
  • Knowledgeable in Project Management Framework, and CSU & Handover Practitioners guide.
  • Leading by example in HSE / HSE management systems skills.
  • Experience in a supervisory role for Commissioning and Start Up activities in projects through multiple phases (Identify / Assess, Select, Define, Execute) including:
    • Implementation of Commissioning strategy and execution plan.
    • Developing & implementing Commissioning plans, procedures and budgets.
    • Specifying Commissioning contractor technical support requirements.
    • Supervising multi-disciplinary pre-Commissioning and Commissioning activities (process, mechanical, instrument, electrical);
    • Technical and HSE risk identification and mitigation (including Flawless Project Delivery);
    • Application of a computerized Completions Management System.
  • Experience in structured technical review or audit.
  • Effective communication skill – both written and verbal, with the ability to communicate subject area within multi-disciplined project team.
  • Proven ability and track record as an effective team leader.
  • People coaching, mentoring, diplomacy skill.
  • Skilled in influencing, excellent relationships- both up and down the organization.
  • A self-starter and quick learner –who can attain to an SME in Commissioning in a short period.

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Project Lead - Platforms & Integration

Job Specifications:

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Reference ID: R60753
Location: Port Harcourt, Rivers
Employment Type: Full time
Worker Type: Regular
Job Family Group: Projects
Business unit: Projects and Technology
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description:

Where you fit in:

  • Shell’s Projects and Technology (P&T) business supports the company’s operated and non-operated assets, safely improving performance and raising the bar being a responsible operator. We use our technical, commercial, and digital skills to competitively optimize production and we replicate technologies across the portfolio.
  • As Project Lead, you will be a member of Shell’s SPDC Nigeria HI Gas Development Leadership Team and will directly manage the Platform Jackets and Topsides Fabrication/Integration and Offshore Installation aspects of HI project in accordance with the contractual and safety requirements, within the budgets allocated and within schedule.

What’s the Role? 

  • In this role, you will manage the Platforms, Jacket and Integration aspects of our HI NAG Development that will develop gas and condensate in Shell’s HI field located in OML 144 in Nigeria’s Shallow Offshore Waters.

Your further accountable include:

  • Assure effective project management and provide clear advice/instructions to the multi-disciplined project leadership team.
  • Support the PM as a key member of the LT to deliver a competitive (cost and schedule) project.
  • Integrate other functional areas (construction management, asset holders, drilling, subsurface, etc.) into a single technical delivery organization.
  • Participate in the development of the control cost and schedule.
  • Deliver the HI Project Platforms on schedule, safely and within budget.
  • Develop project strategies, direction and performance for the HI Gas Development in accordance with Shell requirements and policies.
  • Manage the interface with the Commercial Function to ensure that project execution for platforms matches the availability of funding.
  • Develop and implement project management and health check systems including interface, risk/opportunity, permits and consents, cost, schedule/progress, Quality, HSE (HSE MS, HSE Case, Goal Zero), Global Processes and Monitoring/ Reporting. Apply these through the Platform design and construction phases to demonstrate Technical Integrity.
  • Manage interfaces with internal and external stakeholders (Sunlink; State Government representatives; NCDMB, and Contractor Management).
  • Jointly accountable with Asset Manager and Sustainable Development & Community Relations Manager to deliver performance on SCD, EISHA and Security for effective project delivery.
  • Manage Operations Readiness & Assurance for the HI asset to enable the Asset Team take over operation & maintenance of the plants by full implementation of Project to Asset Handover processes, including early identification, training, involvement and integration of future operators.
  • Provide Commission support on all systems for the HI Project.
  • Develop contingency plans; resolve conflicts; set priorities based on trade-offs
Qualification and Requirement:

We’re keen to hear from Individuals who graduated from any Engineering discipline and who are COREN registered with working knowledge of oil and gas facilities and Project engineering systems, tools and practices.

Beyond that, we’d like to see the following on your CV:

  • Minimum of 15 years in Engineering Design and Construction Experience with at least 3 years in a project lead position.
  • Knowledge of Digital Project Management and Requirements Engineering.
  • Extensive Project management experience and skills – Minimum GPES Lv2, with proven record of leading similar projects.
  • Experience in Contract management.
  • Excellent inter-personal and leadership skills with good communications skills (i.e. report writing and presentation) are essential.
  • Team player, acting as a champion to break new grounds, self-motivated starter.
  • Can manage as required the relationship with key stakeholders to achieve projects’ objectives.
  • Thorough understanding of the risks and the technical/commercial issues associated with development and production of oil and gas.
  • Proven track record of results delivery in challenging project environments.
  • Capable of rigorously implementing and enforcing global standards, procedures and engineering work processes.
  • Skills and competencies such as:
    • Skills in managing Strategic and Front-end Processes.
    • Project Execution
    • Resource & Schedule Management
    • Cost Management
    • Project Control Processes
    • Project Context
    • Contracting and Procurement

Project Manager - Oil & Gas Development

Job Specifications:

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Ref No: R60725
Location: Abuja, Lagos, Nigeria
Job Family Group: Projects
Worker Type: Regular
Business unit: Projects and Technology
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description:

Where you fit in:

  • Shell’s Projects and Technology (P&T) business supports the company’s operated and non-operated assets, safely improving performance and raising the bar being a responsible operator.
  • We use our technical, commercial and digital skills to competitively optimize production and we replicate technologies across the portfolio.
  • As Project Manager, you will be a member of the Shallow Offshore Projects Leadership Team and will directly manage Shell’s HA projects involving Platform Jackets and Topsides Fabrication/Integration, Floating Systems, Offshore Construction, Pipelines/Mooring, Engineering, Project Controls, and Contracting.

What’s the Role?  

  • In this role, you will manage the Shell’s HA Development (an emerging Flagship Project in the HA Hub) that will develop gas, oil and condensate in the HA field located in OML 77 in Nigeria’s Shallow Offshore.

Your Further Accountable

  • Assure effective project management and provide clear advice/instructions to the multi-disciplined project leadership team.
  • Assure effective project management and provide clear advice/ instructions to the multi-disciplined project leadership team
  • Support the Project Manager, Shallow Offshore Projects to deliver a competitive (cost and schedule) project.
  • Integrate other functional areas (construction management, asset holders, drilling, subsurface, etc.) into a single technical delivery organization.
  • Develop and finalize the project execution and quality plan.
  • Review project costs and schedule estimates and participate in the development of the control cost and schedule.
  • Deliver the HA Project on schedule, safely and within budget.
  • Jointly accountable with Wells Delivery Manager to deliver all th.e HA wells required to meet production promises.
  • Develop project strategies, direction and performance for the HA Oil & Gas Development in accordance with Shell requirements and policies.
  • Manage the PTU interface and ensure seamless transfer of the HA Opportunity from concept select phase (Decision Gate 3) into Execution and eventual handover to the Asset Team.
  • Manage the interface with the Financial and Commercial Functions to ensure that project execution matches the maturation of financing solution and commercial agreements.
  • Develop and implement project management and health check systems including interface, risk/opportunity, permits and consents, cost, schedule/progress, Quality, HSE (HSE MS, HSE Case, Goal Zero), Global Processes and Monitoring/ Reporting. Apply these through design and construction phases to demonstrate Technical Integrity.
  • Develop contracting strategy and tender documents for the HA project scope and manage contract delivery. Lead the selection of the design and execution contractor(s).
  • Manage interfaces with internal and external stakeholders (NAPIMS / NNPC; State Government representatives; NCDMB, and Contractor Management).
  • Jointly accountable with Asset Manager and Sustainable Development & Community Relations Manager to deliver performance on SCD, EISHA and Security for effective project delivery.
  • Manage Operations Readiness & Assurance for the HA asset to enable the Asset Team take over operation & maintenance of the plants by full implementation of Project to Asset Handover processes, including early identification, training, involvement and integration of future operators.
  • Commission all systems for the HA Project.
  • Develop contingency plans; resolve conflicts; set priorities based on trade-offs.
  • Will house the offshore Construction center of excellence across the Shallow Water portfolio.
Qualification and Requirement:
  • We’re keen to hear from Individuals who graduated from any Engineering discipline and who are COREN registered with working knowledge of oil and gas facilities and Project engineering systems, tools and practices.

Beyond that, we’d like to see the following on your CV:

  • Minimum of 20 years’ experience in engineering design and construction with at least 5 years in a project lead position.
  • Knowledge of Digital Project Management and Requirements Engineering.
  • Extensive Project management experience and skills – Minimum GPES Lv2, with proven record of leading similar projects.
  • Experience in Contract management.
  • Excellent inter-personal and leadership skills with good communications skills (i.e. report writing and presentation) are essential.
  • Team player, acting as a champion to break new grounds, self-motivated starter.
  • Can manage as required the relationship with key stakeholders to achieve projects’ objectives.
  • Thorough understanding of the risks and the technical/commercial issues associated with development and production of oil and gas.
  • Proven track record of results delivery in challenging project environments.
  • Capable of rigorously implementing and enforcing global standards, procedures and engineering work processes.

Skills and competencies such as:

  • Skills in managing Strategic and Front-end Processes.
  • Project Execution
  • Resource & Schedule Management
  • Cost Management
  • Project Control Processes
  • Project Context
  • Contracting and Procurement
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Offshore Construction Lead - Gas

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Requisition ID: R60721
Location: Port Harcourt, Rivers
Employment Type: Full Time
Job Family Group: Projects
Worker Type: Regular
Business Unit: Projects and Technology
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description:
  • Shell’s Projects and Technology (P&T) business supports the company’s operated and non-operated assets, safely improving performance and raising the bar being a responsible operator. We use our technical, commercial, and digital skills to competitively optimize production and we replicate technologies across the portfolio.
  • As Offshore Construction Lead – Gas Development, you will be a member of our SPDC Nigeria HI Gas Development Leadership Team and you will directly manage all Offshore Installation aspects of our HI project in accordance with the contractual and safety requirements, within the budgets allocated and within schedule.

What’s The Role?

  • In this role, manage the offshore construction aspects of Shell’s HI NAG Development that will develop gas and condensate in Shell’s HI field located in OML 144 in Nigeria’s Shallow Offshore Waters.

Your further accountabilities will include:

  • Primary responsibility for health, safety and welfare of offshore personnel.
  • Overall responsibility for safe and efficient execution of work scope and ensuring its timely completion, within budget, in accordance with relevant legislation, contract and procedures.
  • Maintain communications with Client’s Offshore Representative, vessel/installation management and onshore management.
  • Conduct all project briefings with Client’s Representative, vessel / installation Master / OIM, Dive Superintendent etc., to ensure all concerned understand the purpose of the operation, and the proposed method of achieving its completion.
  • Ensure all personnel involved in the offshore construction work are competent and qualified to carry out their appointed task and are familiarised and briefed in accordance with project requirements and onboard policies. May be involved with line Supervisors in selection of respective crews.
  • Ensure all personnel involved in the offshore construction work receive sufficient coaching and supervision to assist them in carrying out their appointed tasks in a safe and effective manner. May request to change out any person who is repeatedly unable to carry out his role in the operation despite being given additional coaching and assistance. In all instances must provide a detailed written report regarding the individual’s deficiencies.
  • Lead role in developing and executing a structural verification program.
  • Lead role in supervision and training of the offshore construction verification staff (welding engineer, structural inspectors, piping inspectors, dimensional inspectors, NDT inspectors, coatings inspectors, E&I inspector).
  • Interface focal point for construction, inspection, loadout and marine operation related issues and communications between Contractor, team members and other SPDC personnel.
  • Support role in developing and lead role in implementing the Site HSE and Quality Plan. Lead role to develop and implement work instructions pertaining to verification inspection activities.
  • Lead role in the review and approval of Contractor’s fabrication and erection plans and procedures.
  • Lead role in the review and approval of Contractor’s and Subcontractor’s welding procedures. Support role in the review and approval of Contractor’s and Subcontractor’s inspection and test plans (ITP) and quality procedures.
  • Lead role to ensure Contractor and Subcontractors have a sufficient number of competent quality personnel.
  • Support role to liaise with regulatory authorities.
  • Lead role to ensure Contractor’s full understanding of design drawing and project specification requirements.
Qualification and Requirement:

We’re keen to hear from Individuals who Graduated from any Engineering discipline and who are COREN registered with working knowledge of oil and gas facilities and Project engineering systems, tools and practices. Beyond that, we’d like to see the following on your CV:

  • Minimum of 15 years in engineering design and construction experience with at least 5 years in offshore construction lead position.
  • Extensive Project management experience and skills – Minimum GPES Lv2, with proven record of leading similar projects.
  • Experience in Contract management.
  • Excellent inter-personal and leadership skills with good communications skills (i.e. report writing and presentation) are essential.
  • Team player, acting as a champion to break new grounds, self-motivated starter.
  • Can manage as required the relationship with key stakeholders to achieve projects’ objectives.
  • Thorough understanding of the risks and the technical/commercial issues associated with development and production of oil and gas.
  • Proven track record of results delivery in challenging project environments.
  • Capable of rigorously implementing and enforcing global standards, procedures and engineering work processes.
  • Skills and competencies such as:
    • Skills in managing Strategic and Front-end Processes.
    • Project Execution
    • Resource & Schedule Management
    • Cost Management
    • Project Control Processes
    • Project Context
    • Contracting and Procurement.

Principal Cost Engineer

Job Specifications:

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Ref No: R60728
Location: Port Harcourt, Rivers, Nigeria
Job Family Group: Projects
Worker Type: Regular
Business unit: Projects and Technology
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description:
  • We’re seeking someone who’s an expert in cost management and contracting within the oil and gas sector.
  • Here’s a role that will develop and grow your professional and personal skills, with the chance to make a real difference within a supportive, positive company.

Where you fit in:

  • In Projects & Engineering, we believe that an inclusive and diverse workplace is essential to our future
  • success. The role sits within the SWO (Shallow Water Offshore) Project Services Team, reporting to the SWO Project Services Manager (PSM). The role is supported from a discipline perspective through the Manager Project Services, Nigeria.

What’s the Role?

  • As a Principal Cost Engineer, you will have the full responsibility for the establishment, maintenance, and delivery of the cost engineering activity for the Shallow Water Projects. You will support SWO Project Services Manager in leading cost engineering support for all SWO projects in the portfolio.
  • Your main responsibility is to deliver standard, consistent, and robust cost management frameworks and procedures to projects in the Shallow Water Portfolio of projects.

Your Further Accountabilities

  • Deliver consistent but appropriate cost management structures for major, complex projects.
  • Roll-out of the company standard tools and processes, as appropriate for each project’s life cycle development & execution phase.
  • Develop and implement project cost and schedule management plan.
  • Implementation of cost breakdown structures (CBS) and their population from the estimate.
  • Develop Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and document Cost Time and Resource (CTR) sheets for phased cost estimates in line with the company guidance notes for agreement and sign-off by the CTR budget holders.
  • Provide project guidance for creation of accurate monthly cost reports, identifying variances from the plan on commitment, value of work done, changes and currency fluctuations against approved Authorities For Expenditure (AFEs).
  • Develop and implement the change management process for projects. Provide guidance on trend analysis and the assessment of change impacts on cost.
  • Develop and implement Earned Value Management process consistently across projects/sub-projects.
  • Participate in peer reviews and other assurance events.
  • Contribute to the development of junior staff through coaching and training in cost engineering practices, tools and techniques.
  • Maintain and promote realism in the cost forecasts in the face of commercial pressure and optimism from project teams.
  • Maintain consistency in cost bases through rigorous adherence to the controls processes.
  • Drive and raise awareness of the importance of developing the cost management structure in early project phases.
Qualification and Requirement:

We’re keen to hear from individuals with at least 10-15 years of working experience in cost engineering role, cost management, cost control and preferably a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Management Scientist or equivalent. Alongside this, we’d hope to see many of the following on your CV:

  • Strong offshore and project engineering experience
  • Experience in full responsibility for establishing, managing, and delivering the project services activities.
  • Knowledgeable in using Microsoft applications and cost management tools.

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Principal Technical Safety Engineer

Job Specifications:

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Reference ID: R60732
Location: Port Harcourt, Rivers
Employment Type: Full time
Job Family Group: Health Safety Environment and Security
Worker Type: Regular
Business unit: Upstream
Experience Level: Experienced Professionals

Job Description:
  • We’re seeking someone who’s an expert in process and technical safety engineering within the oil and gas sector.
  • Here’s a role that will develop and grow your professional and personal skills, with the chance to make a real difference within a supportive, positive company.

Where You Fit in

  • As a Principal Technical Safety Engineer, you will provide process/technical safety engineering expertise and support to Shallow Offshore projects, to enable the embedding of goal zero. You will act as the Technical Safety Technical Authority (TA2) for Shallow Offshore project team with accountabilities as defined in the AIPSM and DCAF.
  • Moreover, you will lead reviews to help establish fit for purpose and cost-effective approach to technical safety engineering.
  • You are tasked to provide specialist services and support for Process Technical Safety (HEMP studies) studies.
  • You will also provide support, challenge and expert advice, relating to Design Integrity, Technical Integrity and Operating Integrity during the Design and Execute phases of the projects as well as drive the implementation of the Technical Safety Engineering discipline standards.

What’s the Role?

  • As a Principal Technical Safety Engineer, you will provide hands-on Technical Safety Engineering services and support under the Engineering Lead and the accountabilities include:

Your further accountabilities will include:

  • Executing HEMP studies to support Shallow Offshore Project team.
  • Providing specialist services and support to the project team on requirements on HSSE Cases and the associated HEMP studies (HAZID, HAZOP, Bow-Tie, FIREPRAN, etc) supporting these HSSE Cases.
  • Screen and/or Review E-MoC to support timely Technical Safety input to assure proper Risk Management in the Management of Change Process.
  • Hazardous Area Classification (HAC) Review: Support HAC, ensuring timely Process/ Technical Safety input.
  • Participating in audits, health checks, technical reviews, incident investigations and peer assists as the technical authority in the subject area.
  • Provide input into detailed design of new facilities or modifications to facilities undertaken by the Shallow Offshore project team with special emphasis on safety and optimization of facility up-time/availability.
  • Ensure compliance with the requirements of HSSE & SP Control Framework and the Discipline Control and Assurance Framework (DCAF) for the effective delivery of projects within the Shallow Offshore project team.
  • Provide Technical Authority (TA2) support for the Shallow Offshore Project Team.
  • Promoting effective communication of Technical Safety best practices in Shallow Offshore projects.
  • Lead HSE Risks Management:
    • HAZID organisation/facilitations/contribution
    • Hazard analysis using Bow Tie.
    • Risk Assessment contribution/facilitation/training
    • HSE Cases / ALARP demonstration process.
    • Management of Change.
    • Major Hazards Management.
    • Physical Effect Modelling (using FRED software)
    • Support Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) review.
Qualification and Requirement:
  • We’re keen to hear from individuals with at least 10+ years of working experience in oil and gas business and its process safety aspects and preferably a Bachelor’s Degree in Technical Engineering or Advanced Science or equivalent.

Alongside this, we’d hope to see many of the following on your CV:

  • Broad experience with EP and experience with Safety risk aspects of EP. A degree in safety risk engineering would be advantageous.
  • Knowledge in use of design safety tools such as HSE Cases, Bowties, HAZID, FIREPRAN, HAZOP, Layout reviews, Fire & Explosion modelling, QRA, SIL, dispersion modelling, etc.
  • Ability to manage resistance to change in complying with standards (including process safety standards) and operating within recommended envelopes.
  • Strong technical, integration and interpersonal skills are essential for the successful performance of the job.
  • Maintain an overview of hydrocarbon streams in an oil and gas infrastructure with many interconnections.
  • Ability to work within teams – Well Engineering, Operations, other Disciplines in a dynamic and challenging team environment.
  • Good understanding of business aspects of HSE in the short and long term.
  • Passion, drive and commitment for HSE performance excellence.
  • Good analytical skills and keen sense of reality.

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