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Massive Recruitment at Nigeria LNG Limited 2023

Nigeria NLG Limited, a global LNG company helping to build a better Nigeria, was incorporated as a limited liability company on 17th May 1989, to harness Nigeria’s vast natural gas resources and produce Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs) for the domestic and export markets.

NLNG has two subsidiaries: Bony GAs Transport Limited (BGT), which provides shipping capacity and NLNG Ship Manning Limited (NSML) that provides vessel management services and manning. Our LNG is delivered to an ever-expanding list of ports and receiving facilities around the world.

Applications are invited from interested and qualified candidates to apply for the Massive Recruitment at Nigeria LNG Limited 2023.

Job Specifications:

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To support the Lead Design Engineer in the Project Delivery Organisation in ensuring effective coordination and implementation of design and engineering work for capital projects post-DG3.
  • To ensure that the Process engineering design for every capital project is carried out safely to applicable codes and standards utilizing industry best practices to achieve quality project delivery on time with no error.

Main Accountabilities

  • Responsible for delivering the process and utilities engineering design packages for projects, as appropriate for each phase, in line with the corporate goal of top-quartile, competitive and affordable projects
  • Apply the relevant engineering standards & specifications in line with DEM1 & 2 requirements aligned to the Project management framework and DCAF to deliver the appropriate engineering and design requirements and ensure value creation and protection
  • Ensure all Process engineering discipline requirements and inputs are made into design deliverables across project maturation and delivery phases such as BFD, BDEP, PES, PEP, ITT, etc. in close coordination with other technical disciplines to ensure an integrated project delivery.
  • Develop & review of all process and utilities requirements on design and technical deliverables, including quality control of deliverables, whilst meeting process technical safety assurances, to ensure the quality and technical integrity of new installations complies to the required standards and codes; applying requisite design criteria and standards as prescribed by NLNG /Shell DEP and best practice in the industry; and applying strategies that aim for minimum life cycle costs.
  • Carry out basic design and engineering work: Design Calculations, Simulations, Work scope definition, Project Specifications, selection of standards, Preliminary Design Drawings as may be required for specific projects
  • Carry out discipline and intra-discipline design reviews, Joint Design Reviews, constructability reviews, models reviews, HAZID/HAZOP, PSSR reviews, etc. on third party design packages
  • including, BFD, FEED, Detailed Design to ensure compliance of the deliverables with provisions of the applicable Design standards and specifications as part of the overall project quality assurance program.
  • Provide support for Process engineering studies and change impact analysis as part of the Management of Change (MOC) procedure. Review and advise on Engineering Technical Queries (ETQ), Construction Technical Queries (CTQ) and mitigate actual and potential impacts on project philosophy and existing design
  • Review vendor documentation to ensure compliance with requisite standards, codes and regulations for integration within the project design. Provide input for equipment selection and integration, implement best practices for integration of equipment within a modularization philosophy including inspection/commissioning/testing related to commissioning, start up and integration of new facilities
  • Perform the role of Discipline Q-Captain to ensure Flawless Project Delivery
  • Demonstrate HSSE Leadership, champion Production Risks and Process Safety accountabilities in implementation, execution, and management of process & utilities integration support with new plant projects, growth projects and Third-Party Projects.
  • Drive the review of and learnings from proactive observations and incidents.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering or other Engineering/science disciplines at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation experience with at least 3 years Process Engineering experience in the oil and gas industry. Experience shall include process conceptual and design development, process control, modelling and analysis in Petrochemical, Refinery, E&P and Gas plants environment. At least 4 years should have been spent leading process engineering designs.

Lead Process Engineer - Area B & C

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • Lead/Co-ordinate the process technology support to operations for areas B&C as a principal process engineer to maximise plant safety, reliability, efficiency, and capacity and ensure process technical safety.
  • Lead/Co-ordinate the process technology support for areas B&C as a principal process engineer to ensure cooperation with other business support groups, such as engineering disciplines, asset support teams, projects, shut-down, and scheduling /planning, to achieve business objectives with a focus on ‘enterprise first.

Main Accountabilities

  • Execute activities related to areas B&C for Asset Management Systems (AMS) modules including Ensure Safe Production (ESP), Pro- active Technical Monitoring (PTM), Asset Integrity-Process Safety Management, bow-ties, process Technical Safety Assurance (TSA) as TA3 and compliance reviews.
  • Ensure quality for Technology advice for process, including quality control of deliverables and ensure that advice to operations is documented, including expected and realized economic impact to maintain the operating window to ensure safe and sustainable plant operations.
  • Execute the 5-year rolling program of process technical safety reviews to cover all RAM 5A/B and high-risk process areas.
  • Responsible NLNG areas B&C principal process engineer (TA3) to assure process technical integrity of installations by maintaining minimum required design and engineering standards as applied by TA in the execution and quality assurance of process technical safety reviews (HAZOP, PSSR, etc) for plant changes, third party projects integration, ESP and AI-PSM in conjunction with the other discipline NLNG TA3s.
  • Demonstrate HSSE Leadership and Process Safety accountabilities to safely operate and manage production facilities.
  • Execute technological support to achieve maximum profit of NLNG through energy efficiency, maximizing production capacity, and minimizing trip frequency.
  • Execute technological support to reduce environmental impact of NLNG operation to minimize flaring, optimize fuel consumption and minimize waste generation.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering or other Engineering / Science disciplines at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 8 years post-graduation experience in Operations and Technology assignments in the Oil & Gas industry. At least 3 years should have been spent in a similar position in the oil and gas industry. Ability to interfaces with Engineering, Assets, Operations, Maintenance, Technology and HSE are critical. Technical Authority for Process Technology # TA3.

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Senior Discipline Plant Engineer (M / E / I / R)

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To support provision of broad technical frontline support for maintaining the technical integrity of the rotating equipment assets in the assigned plant area.
  • To enforce and optimise maintenance and operating strategies /standards in order to achieve /sustain rotating equipment reliability and availability in a cost-effective manner.

Main Accountabilities

  • Support the Bad Actors Management process and the MTO process for the respective discipline equipment, within the Area, to identify and eliminate recurrent failures, potential threats and shortfalls in equipment and system performance. Raise job requests and share periodic reports on performance with the respective discipline teams in PI department, thereby ensuring that NLNG meets its Annual Delivery Plan (ADP) commitment.
  • Supervise, monitor and verify installation, commissioning, start-up and operation of rotating equipment as and when required to prevent costly delays that impact of LNG, LPG or condensate production. Supervise and ensure quality control during rotating equipment overhauls & shutdowns to prevent re-work and loss of revenue. Ensure and verify that the proper procedures are used when starting / stopping / changeover of rotating equipment.
  • 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 including initiation of plant changes.
  • Participate in the planning and execution of scheduled inspections of Gas Turbines and Instrument Air Compressors to achieve safe and optimized outage duration without rework and under agreed premise and scope
  • Support the reliability engineering in their investigations of plant trips, equipment failures and root cause analysis on Rotating Equipment to find lasting solutions that mitigate / prevent loss of LNG production and revenue.
  • Carry out the Plants Equipment Condition and Performance Monitoring Programme of Rotating Equipment for assigned area and participate in S- RCM studies in order to develop strategies for risk and reliability management. Provide early detection and remedial advice.
  • Liaise with the CPM sections (Contracting, Procurement and Materials) a plan of action to ensure timely availability of spare parts for discipline equipment and co-ordinate with peer area maintenance and discipline engineers the stock rationalization for equipment within the asset areas to minimize equipment down time due to spares unavailability.
  • Support the provision of QA services and advice to the Workshop and Maintenance departments. as well as external repair shops regarding rotating equipment overhaul and repairs, to guarantee compliance relevant industry standards and DEP as required.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience, out of which a minimum of 3 years of which must have been spent in a Senior Engineering position in rotating or mechanical equipment on LNG plant.

Senior Project Engineer - Cluster II

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To initiate, plan, execute and manage approved portfolio of Infrastructure Projects to agreed standards (Cost, Schedule, Quality), ready to operate as defined in each project’s Final Investment Decision while meeting NLNG 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.
  • To provide project engineering function for post DG3 projects execution supervising the project until Ready for Start-up (RFSU) / Ready For Use (RFU).

Main Accountabilities

  • Implement project execution and commercial strategies, including procurement, post VAR3 that will assure value for money, meet the specified standard for quality and ensure timely delivery in line with the ORP.
  • Coordinate all technical requirements to deliver infrastructure projects in line with project objectives with due attention to Project, risks, opportunities and value drivers, within cost and schedule targets and to acceptable quality standards.
  • Support the development of Project implementation strategies that will ensure completion of all infrastructure projects in accordance with the objectives of the Projects Execution Plans.
  • Ensure that processes are in place for the development of the technical scope of work for the projects, ensuring adherence to the appropriate NLNG and International standards and specifications.
  • Support the project engineering activities related to the projects’ multidisciplinary nature, including discipline and inter-discipline review of design deliverables, participation in HAZOPS and design reviews; monitor follow-up of recommendations.
  • Prepare justification and develop project plans for infrastructure projects, secure funding and support and ensure approval of Investment Proposals and ensure projects
  • Implement strategies for contracts consolidation to achieve spends reduction and standardization across portfolio projects; and realize value for money in project execution.
  • Accountable for managing and delivery on Safety, Quality, Cost and Schedule performance against plan and in line with the 8 project principles.  
  • As the leader of the project drive project delivery; connect the team to the bottom line and set goals to deliver a Top Quartile project.

Accountabilities:

  • Accountable for HSSE/SP performance of project until RFSU and for building the desired HSSE culture in project team to achieve Goal Zero.

Requirements

  • Candidates should possess relevant qualifications.
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Senior, Gas Contracts Management

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • Responsible for coordinating and supervising the NLNG feed gas quantity
    and quality assurance processes and activities in compliance with the
    GSA, with minimal supervision, so as to ensure optimal utilization of
    the gas transmission system and value for the business.

Main Accountabilities

  • Develop procedures and calculative tools to optimally balance the short to medium term Gas Supply requirement, administration and commercial activities.
  • Act as contract holder & directly develop and manage the administration of the gas quantity and quality assurance activities and contracts, seeking support from relevant disciplines where necessary and, ensuring effectiveness, efficiency and value for money.
  • Coordinate the monthly gas invoice receipt and processing and relevant annual reconciliations, ensuring accurate accrual of funds for payment, while also ensuring payments to gas suppliers are promptly processed with nil interest penalty exposure to the business. Interface with the Gas Suppliers and regulators, maintaining excellent relationships and routinely arrange the PGC internal monthly invoice / Gas Contracts review meetings. Support the Gas Suppliers’
  • Coordination Group (GSCG) Meetings in order to enhance relationships between NLNG and the Gas Suppliers.
  • Participate in the resolution of claims/complaints and disputes associated with gas supply (quality, quantity, timing) and assurance processes / services.
  • Provide advice as appropriate and execute GSA management activities including performance measurement and  contract compliance monitoring and reporting
  • Custodian of PGC transaction records, organize and maintain records and correspondences on all gas supply related issues with suppliers, contractors and relevant government organizations and other stakeholders.
  • SME for the Energy Component (Hydrocarbon Accounting System)
  • Transport and Revenue modules, support the development of other users and the upgrade / improvements to the system, continually seeking ways to improve the gas business administration and assurance processes.

Requirements

  • A University Degree in Engineering or Sciences (e.g. Process Engineering, Production Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, etc.) or Economics, Finance, Business Administration.

Experience:

  • 5 – 7 years post graduate experience, out of which 3 years should have been spent in required function in a reputable organization preferably an Oil & Gas company. Previous technical and/or upstream, operational experience is desirable.

Senior Inst Engineer - IPF Test & SPI Asrn B & C

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To provide technical support to Areas B & C (i.e., off plots, Condensate/LPG/LNG Storage & Loading) plant operations and Area Maintenance Teams on field instrumentation issues to achieve set production targets and advise on necessary breakdown/scheduled maintenance thereby sustaining long-term integrity of instrumentation installations.
  • Custodian of Safety Critical Instrumented Protective Function (IPF) testing in accordance with Asset Management System (AMS) to facilitate plant integrity assurance.

Main Accountabilities

  • Operate maintenance contracts and budgets and provide relevant support to ensure long term operability of all field instruments under his care by planning upgrades and 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.
  • Conduct Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Assessment, design and implement robustness of identified Safety Instrumented Functions (SIF) as Certified Facilitator and Multi-disciplinary Team Lead to assure Areas B & C plant/asset integrity.
  • Develop, review and update procedures and work instructions required to carry out maintenance work safely, efficiently, and effectively under the responsibility of PEI/2. Carry out Field Observation Audits and Maintain Quality records relevant to his area of responsibility to enhance plant availability and integrity.
  • Liaise with instrument suppliers/vendors/manufacturers to ensure overall integrity and availability providing improvements input into obsolescence masterplan where and when required.
  • Develop strategy for “Ex compliance” checks and monitor the health check plant wide being the “Ex compliance” driver for the whole NLNG assets and prepare periodic report for management review in furtherance of plant/asset integrity assurance.
  • Develop adequate process for safety instrumented function (IPF) testing in line with AMS and ensure IPF testing activities are conducted as per schedule on the production or shutdown trains when required.
  • 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.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Sciences (Electronics / Electrical, Instrumentation, Control or Mechanical) at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience in general field instrumentation in the oil and gas industry with at least 3 years in similar function in an LNG plant or in a petrochemical company.

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Lead Utilities Engineer - Area A

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To co-ordinate and provide utilities technology expertise to Production Units A/B/C, Area A to maximise plant safety, reliability, efficiency, and capacity and ensure process technical safety.
  • To interface with Production Support and integrate Utilities and Process Technology advice to provide the most optimized solutions to operate Area A.

Main Accountabilities

  • Coordinate and ascertain process technical safety assurance and compliance in Area A.
  • Coordinate and provide Technology advice/input to Area A including participation in
  • investigations, troubleshooting and provision of discipline assurance to processes and projects related to Area A.
  • Coordinate and ensure quality control and proactive technical monitoring of Area A processes to ensuring units are perform according to design.
  • Control and coordinate all documented advice to Area A, including expected and realized economic impact.
  • Support update and use of the following critical process safety documentation: Process Safeguarding Memorandum (PSM), process safeguarding flow scheme (PSFS), alarm and trip registers, hazardous area classification drawings, flare load diagram, plant operating manual.
  • Provide and control technological support to reduce environmental impact of NLNG operation by implementing the GHG management plan, minimizing flaring and optimize fuel consumption, minimizing waste generation and efficient waste incineration, optimizing effluent treatment.
  • Coordinate technological support to achieve maximum profit of NLNG through energy efficiency and minimizing trip frequency.
  • Contribute to preparing and or update of Utilities Masterplans to ensuring utilities capacity and sparing is always optimal.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering or other Engineering / Science disciplines at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 8 years post-graduation work experience in LNG Utilities Technology and Operations assignments. At least 5 years should have been spent in a similar position in the Oil and Gas industry.
  • Ability to co-ordinate interfaces with Engineering, Assets, Operations, Maintenance, Technology and HSE are critical. Technical Authority 3 (TA3) in Utilities and Water Treatment.

Senior Project Engineer

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • The Snr Project Engineer will be a member of the NLNG Asset Projects organisation that support the development and execution of Greenfield and Brownfield projects for the NLNG Production Assets and Non-plant Assets.
  • The Project Engineer will lead the delivery of multiple projects in the overall Portfolio.
  • Each Project ranges in size and complexity from small, single discipline projects to large, multi-discipline, multi-year projects.
  • The Snr Project Engineer will be responsible for accepting handover of projects from the Front-End Development Team at DG2+ (Concept Select) and lead Basis for Design, FEED, detail design, procurement, construction, and commissioning up to RFSU and close-out. 

Main Accountabilities

  • Execution of an assigned group of projects, including prioritizing, resourcing projects and securing approval for budget and expenditure in line with the business plan
  • Development of individually assigned projects to meet milestone targets in Define, Execute, Construction, and Commissioning in line with the overall progress of the opportunity
  • Work closely with Asset and Project stakeholders to ensure that projects remain aligned with critical success factors, boundary conditions, and value drivers
  • Adhere to NLNG HSSE standards, ORS, PMF, and deliver within budget, schedule, and quality requirements,
  • Ensure regulatory requirements are in line with the permits and consents plans.
  • Provide visible HSSE leadership on assigned projects as well as the overall NLNG Portfolio
  • Proactively encourage a close working relationship between NLNG project team, the selected contractor(s) and the wider NLNG organization
  • Drive implementation in assigned projects in the areas of competitive scoping, target costing, standard solutions, replication, and fit-for-purpose technologies
  • Participate in and actively support the NLNG Cost Transformation journey, driving year on year improvements in project delivery cost.
  • Participate and actively support the NLNG Digitalization journey, driving implementation of new technologies that would delivery performance and ensure new assets are future-ready.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 7 years’ post-graduation experience in projects especially in the execution of complex multi-disciplinary projects
  • Previous experience with brownfield projects in the oil and gas industry preferably within a Project Engineering role, is considered an asset.
  • Previous experience in Front End Development (Opportunity Framing, Competitive Concept Identification & Selection, Basis for Design), is not a requirement but is considered an asset.

Lead Process Control Engineer, APC

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To provide comprehensive advanced process control optimization and automation support for the entire NLNG plant through design, implementation and fine tuning of the Advanced Process Controller (APC) to ensure improved plant reliability and availability in support of a sustainable safe, reliable, high capacity and efficient operation.
  • Supervise a team providing advanced process control support for the entire NLNG plant.

Main Accountabilities

  • Check and control quality of the following critical process safety documentation: Advance Process Control Narratives, Advanced Process Control Descriptions, Advanced Process Control Engineering Design
  • Provide and control advanced process control support to reduce environmental impact of NLNG operation by optimizing APC/SMOC performance and uptime, minimizing flaring and optimize fuel consumption, minimizing operator intervention, achieving energy optimization, maximizing production capacity and minimizing trip frequency in order to optimize NLNG cost benefits and reduce waste.
  • Coordinate the designing and development of new as well as rejuvenation of existing advanced process control applications to ensure no disruption to operations and facilitate optimal availability of advanced process control applications in order to continuously deliver cost benefits.
  • Coordinate the troubleshooting and problem-solving activities associated with advanced process control applications in the DCS, UAPC, associated software such as OPC, PCTP, Matrik on etc to ensure high availability of all systems and minimization of downtime
  • Facilitate process control technological integrity by implementing the minimum required design and engineering standards as applied by TA and best practices from the industry in new applications and reviewing existing applications for SEC and plant changes to ensure all safety critical equipment are adequately protected to minimize un necessary trips and or equipment outages.
  • Responsible for the integrity of advanced process controller configurations in the DCS, UAPC and equipment protection in the safeguarding systems to ensure high availability of these applications and minimize unnecessary trip of the plant.
  • Coordinate and provide process control advice for the APC/SMOC applications; Coordinate and ensure quality control of all process control advice deliverables for all APC/SMOC applications; and Control and check documented advice to operations, including expected and realized economic impact and benefits, to ensure seamless service delivery to operations and minimization of slowdowns or trips due to advanced process control applications.
  • Responsible for training all necessary operations staff on new or rejuvenated APC/SMOC applications to ensure good understanding of the applications and that advertised benefits can be delivered continuously.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, Physics or Process Control at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 8 years post-graduation work experience in the field of process control in the Oil and Gas industry, with 5 years in a Senior Process Control role. Experience with modern DCS systems, model predictive control, multi-variable and non-linear control, simulations, process dynamic modelling and APC.

Senior Process Safety Engineer

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To Support Process safety development, implementation, and sustenance with respect to risk identification. 
  • Drive the implementation of associated controls and provide means to assess the effectiveness of these controls.

Main Accountabilities

  • Support the development and implementation of Process Safety assurance and compliance.
  • Provide Process Safety guidance and support which will ensure that hazards are properly managed.
  • Support the implementation of Risk Management strategy whilst ensuring compliance with design and engineering standards with specific emphasis on DEM 1 and the Process Safety Basic Requirements (PSBR) and other relevant International Safety Codes to ensure that Process Safety risk is adequately managed, hence no Process Safety incident.
  • Participate in the implementation of a 5-year rolling program of process technical safety reviews to cover all RAM 5A/B and high-risk process areas. This will assist in providing assurance that Plant design does not have any inherent Process Safety risk.
  • Participate in all in-house process technical safety reviews (HAZOP, Pre-Start-up reviews, Fire Safety Reviews, S-RBI, IPF, bowtie), ensuring that there is no Process Safety Gap in Process Safety risk identification and eliminated or mitigated for.
  • Ensure and maintain quality of the following critical process safety documentation: Process Safeguarding Memorandum (PSM), process safeguarding flow scheme (PSFS) which are process safety critical document required for the Operating facility with respect to design.
  • Develop tools and processes to support the embedding of Process Safety culture and Process Safety as a way of work. This ensures that Asset leadership in Process safety is visible whilst supporting objectives and targets for process safety management of the Asset with clear expectation and accountabilities.
  • Support the review of Process Safety risk to determine is managed to ALARP and identify actions to take if they are not. Support the implementation of these actions to provide assurance that the Plant is in a state of fitness.
  • Support the Monitoring and reporting of Process safety leading and lagging indicators. Participate in the annual review of Process Safety risk in line with Management review to address specific process safety issues and reflect the effectiveness of the key controls/processes.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering or other Engineering / Science disciplines with relevant experience at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience with process technology experience in the Oil and Gas industry or Asset Integrity/Reliability function or plant safety in plant operations.
  • Technical Authority (TA-3 Ready) in Process Safety, Technical Safety, or other Process related discipline.

PD HSE - Maintenance & Operations Officer

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To support the operationalization of an effective level-1 HSE Management System & risk controls and provide HSE Support to NLNG’s Production business (Maintenance) in the implementation of Integrated Safe Systems of Work (ISSoW) at the Coal face level to ensure safe operation and no harm to people.

Main Accountabilities

  • Support the facilitation of the operationalization of NLNG HSSE Control Framework compliant level-1 HSE Management System (HSE-MS) as an addendum of NLNG’s overall level-0 Corporate HSE- MS.
  • Ensure the implementation of HSE Critical Processes (PTW, MOC,etc) and ISSoW (JHA, TBT, LOTO, CSE, Unsafe Acts Auditing, HSEW, PFSO, etc) in Maintenance & Operations to prevent harm to people and damage to asset.
  • Support NLNG Maintenance & Operations contract holders in providing required HSE oversight during the execution phase of contracts in line with the Contractor HSE
  • Management Standards, ensuring full understanding of contracts execution HSE requirements at the frontline, and auditing for compliance as may be required to deliver Maintenance & Operations contracted activities safely and without damage to the assets and environment.
  • Ensuring Maintenance & Operations related incidents are investigated and reviewed at business level LIRP in line with established corporate procedure and learnings approved, actioned and disseminated appropriately to prevent re-occurrence or similar situations.
  • Facilitate the identification, documentation, assessment, and control of HSE risks associated with NLNG’s Maintenance & Operations Activities in line with NLNG HSE MS.
  • Facilitate the operationalisation of the competency assurance framework for all Maintenance & Operations personnel and contractors to ensure that requirements for execution HSE critical activities and tasks are continuously maintained; and HSE performance monitored and reported.
  • Operationalise NLNG’s defined corporate standards, tools and techniques at the Maintenance & Operations activities frontline (coal face) to consistently manage Personal Safety Risks to As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP).
  • Drive and facilitate all HSE awareness campaign program to build the expected Safety culture within the Maintenance & Operations organizations.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferably in Engineering, Sciences or Physical Sciences at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
    Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience, out of which a minimum of 3 years should have been spent in a similar position in a reputable organization preferably in the Oil & Gas industry

Senior CP Business Analyst & C

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To identify and define business improvement solutions for all processes in the Contracts, Procurement and Materials Management (CPM) Department and coordinate the delivery of business solutions to assure and improve the department’s capability to support production and the delivery of the contractual, statutory, administrative, and social obligations of the company.

Main Accountabilities

  • Analyse supply chain insights, trends, forecasts, and expert views for decision making through analytics, Big Data, models and what if scenarios to support business processes to ensure that NLNG maximises value.
  • Ensure compliance and effective management of Category Management and Contracting Process (CMCP), including pre-award assurance activities (OPEX and CAPEX) to ensure cost optimization and value delivery to the business.
  • Propose, develop, and support the review of policies and procedures for the Contracts, Procurement and Materials (CPM) Department to reflect current business need and industry best practice to meet business objectives as well as coordinate an effective Records and Information Management System to ensure timely decision making and timely delivery of high-quality reports for the department.
  • Analyse Supply Chain Business Impact and determine recoverable time objectives for the departmental Business Continuity Plan as well as undertake annual exercises to test the plan to ensure business resilience.
  • Manage the supply chain risk framework, initiating reviews, prioritising mitigations and ensure close-out to minimize exposure to identified risks, measure the effectiveness of business process improvement initiatives and present findings / recommendations to CPLT and the larger business.
  • Manage and implement all CPM audit reviews and resulting actions ensuring timely sustainable outcomes as well as coordinate the planning and execution of department-wide internal compliance audit reviews, and support non-compliance corrective action plan development and implementation to achieve best practice in the departmental activities.
  • Regularly monitor, review and engage accountable parties within the department on the status and effective closeout of all Preventive and Corrective Actions in the Incident Management System, to ensure that actions are taken timely and remain effective to prevent undue exposure to avoidable occurrence/re-occurrence of Business Control/HSE Incidents.
  • Conduct yearly Business Review meetings and quarterly CPM Business Plan for the department and drive agreed improvement strategies to facilitate synergy and cooperation within the departmental function.
  • Conduct critical stake holder’s engagement meetings and drive agreed improvement strategies to facilitate efficiency of the departmental functions.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferably in Engineering, Business or Financial management or any related discipline, at Second Class Lower Division (2:2) and above. 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 added advantage.
  • With a minimum of 5 years post-graduate experience with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in required function in a reputable organization in the Oil and Gas Industry.

Green House Emissions & Assurance Officer

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • Ensure that NLNG continues to retain the License To Operate by carrying out compliance environmental monitoring activities in and around the production facilities, through monitoring strategies and protocols that highlight, address environmental breaches, and provide data to measure improvement in environmental performance.
  • Provide advice to company on Green House Gas Performance by maintaining a corporate Green House Gas management framework and assurance of 100% compliance to all Regulatory requirements and Liaise with business units on proffering solutions to resolve issues where there is noncompliance.

Main Accountabilities

  • Develop corporate activities to establish where improvements can be made and ensure compliance with environmental legislation across the organization through Flare reduction, CO2 emission reduction and Green House Gas / Energy Efficiency Management.
  • Coordinate environmental performance of all production facilities in the organization in order to develop, implement and monitor environmental strategies, policies and programs that promote sustainable development including the phasing out of ozone depleting substances in NLNG’s HVAC and cooling systems in line with NLNG HSE Policy.
  • Support environmental Performance Monitoring and Reporting for production business in accordance with the established corporate standards and best practices to provide emission and waste management data for input into NLNG Benchmarking activities/accounting for the quality and critical review of environmental data reported enabling Management to prioritize and direct focused improvement actions.
  • Liaise with production Scheduling, Operations and Technology departments to recommend to the business% Losses -Weight of Intake (Flaring, Venting, Fugitive, Hydrocarbon) annual target based on calculation/estimate from all related production equipment and units. Monitor and report flaring performance on weekly basis, and losses on gas intake on monthly basis. Make PowerPoint weekly presentation on flaring to the production division multi-disciplinary team.
  • Develop and Implement NLNG annual Environmental Monitoring Plan and Measurement Protocol for ambient air quality and environmental noise measurements and assessment within the plant fence and surrounding communities of Finima and Bonny as well as aqueous discharges from the Plant, storm drain and ground water in compliance with regulatory requirement and other environmental guidelines applicable to NLNG.
  • Develop and maintain protocol to test emissions from all turbine, furnace and incinerator stacks within the Industrial Area to confirm compliance with NLNG’s Permit to operate as well as the maintenance of appropriate equipment for collecting meteorological data for emission dispersion modelling of pollutants from Plant Operations
  • Coordinate the Corrective Action Team (CAT) comprising of other departments to manage environmental incidents, breaches/exceedances from releases, discharges and emissions arising from NLNG plant operations to determine required remedial action, including escalation to Senior Management and to the Government Regulators via ERG.
  • Manage the integrated 3rd party environmental monitoring contract, equipment maintenance and calibration planning, PTW interface in order to carry out environmental inspections and assessments, identify deficiencies, report on non-compliances, review and send reports to FME & DPR.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Environmental/Biological Science, Chemistry or Chemical Engineering at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience, out of which 3 years should have been in a similar position in a reputable organization preferably in the Oil and Gas industry.

Senior Finance System Analyst - ERP

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Tasks

  • To provide support to the Head, Treasury Back Office in planning, implementing, managing, coordinating and maintaining systems, strategies, operations and policies relating to Treasury payment operations for the NLNG group as related to Foreign currency payment operations for NLNG, thereby ensuring timely and efficient settlement of third party vendors, regulatory agencies, related parties, shareholders and staff;
  • In compliance with the Company’s financial procedures, treasury objectives, contractual terms and conditions.
  • Primarily responsible for all NLNG foreign currency payments.

Main Accountabilities

  • Generate and execute all qualifying NLNG foreign currency payment activities, including carrying out all risk management practices as documented in the procedures and work instructions, to prevent loss of value to company resulting from fraud and other payment errors.
  • Initiate and manage engagements with counterparties including International House Banks, Accounts Payable, Contracts & Procurement, and Business owners in handling and resolving issues / enquiries / queries related to processed invoices and payment execution, thus ensuring that Company only parts with value for goods and services confirmed as received and preventing penalties or charges that may accrue from breach of contractual terms due to late payment.
  • Ensure timely resolution and clearing of outstanding bank reconciliation items, ensuring that open items are properly resolved and adequately disposed of, including the maintenance and update of issues logs covering returned payments, re-application of returned payments and all other payment related issues for tracking and reporting.
  • Monitor and facilitate the closure of all audit action items, including internal and external audit items, management letter points and acting as focal for all payment related audit activities.
  • Maintain proper records of transactions and filing of (electronic and hard copy) documents to ensure availability and accessibility, when required.
  • Ensure full compliance with all policies and procedures and contractual terms and conditions in the payment process to prevent loss of value through fraud, incorrect / erroneous disbursements on all vendors’ foreign currency payments.
  • Ensure that all vendors foreign currency payments are disbursed by contractual due date (100% for all critical suppliers / regulatory agencies and not less than 95% overall).

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related discipline at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience out of which 3 years should have been spent in finance function in a reputable organisation.

Senior Rot Equip Engineer - Process T1-3 D

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Tasks

  • To provide technical assurance and support, ensuring that the technical integrity of rotating equipment in LNG Trains 1-3 is adequately safeguarded.
  • To develop, enforce and optimise maintenance and operating strategies / standards especially on the Main Refrigerant Compression Trains to improve rotating equipment reliability and availability.

Main Accountabilities

  • Carry out checks to verify the integrity and performance of the Rotating Equipment in LNG Trains 1-3 to meet company objectives for plant integrity and availability. Recommend solutions to correct underperformance and improve reliability of rotating equipment to ensure safe and effective operations. Contribute to in the investigation of Trains 1-3 trips. Carry out equipment failures and root cause analysis on Rotating Equipment to eliminate bad actors and un-reliability.
  • 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
  • Participate in the planning and execution of scheduled inspections of Gas Turbines and Main Refrigerant Compression Trains to achieve safe and optimized outage duration without rework and under agreed premise and scope.
  • Provide Rotating Equipment technical assistance to the operations and maintenance departments. Initiate and review Operations and Maintenance procedures for Rotating Equipment to ensure compliance to best engineering practices.
  • Coordinate the Plants Equipment condition and Performance Monitoring Programmes for assigned area and participate in S-RCM studies to develop strategies for risk and reliability management.
  • Review rotating equipment spares and advise PEM and CPM focal points to ensure timely availability of spares to minimize expensive emergency purchases and equipment out of service periods which may have impact on the objective of sustainable LNG Production. § Initiate Plant Changes to optimize operation and reliability of the Rotating Equipment portfolio to bring about continuous improvement.
  • Providing QA services and advice to the Workshop and Maintenance departments as well as external repair shops regarding rotating equipment overhaul and repairs, to guarantee compliance relevant industry standards and DEP.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized tertiary institution at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience, 2 years of which must have been spent in this/similar role or in a Senior Engineering position in rotating or mechanical equipment on an LNG plant) or in a petrochemical plant.

Senior Inspection Engineer - Utilities

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Tasks

  • To assure that Plant Static Equipment in Utilities and off-plots are inspected to function as intended with ALARP risk to Asset, People, and Environment.

Main Accountabilities

  • Implement continuous on-stream inspection surveys of the facilities; record inspection findings and provide feedbacks to optimize inspection plans and schedules.
  • Implement shutdown inspection strategies and plans, based on data from previous inspections with focus on critical areas for future inspection and prepares Inspection Work List(s) for on-stream and shutdown of the specific equipment.
  • Execute inspection of safety relief valves (SRV), pressure vessels lifting equipment in line with Statutory Requirements, approved Procedures, DEP’s, etc.
  • Implement repair advice and ensure application of right materials, procedures, and appropriate NDT requirements for continued assurance of equipment integrity.
  • Monitor and report local trends required to modify, as necessary, S- RBI predictions and recommendations to provide optimum inspection schedule in Utilities and off-plots area production facilities.
  • Update S-RBI study with current equipment and piping statuses relative to the expected/selected corrosion/degradation mechanisms required for equipment monitoring.
  • Coordinate the activities of specialist NDT personnel to ensure result accuracy and repeatability and compliance to Company and Code requirements.
  • Implement/enforce radiation safety and other safety requirements in NLNG production facilities to ensure exposure to radiation is as low as reasonably possible (ALARP).

Requirements

  • Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering or Mechanical / Chemical / Engineering at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience with at least 3 years in welding, NDT or materials & corrosion and on-stream / off-stream inspection techniques in the Oil or Gas or Chemical industry.

Business Analyst (Data Analytics)

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Tasks

  • Responsible for designing, developing, maintaining, monitoring, and extending the data warehouse and analytics capabilities to meet our business analysis and reporting needs.
  • Additionally, work closely with the data warehouse team, and our co-workers outside of IT to identify key metrics and capture business logic to transform raw data into actionable insights.

Main Accountabilities

  • Gather reporting and analysis requirements and translate into reporting structures data models, including aggregate tables, relational and dimensional. Profile and analyse source data to determine the best reporting structures.
  • Design and build data integration processes from internal and external source systems into the Enterprise Data Warehouse/Lake.
  • Establish and communicate a framework for content security and administration.
  • Develop and implement quality controls and departmental standards to ensure quality standards, organizational expectations, and regulatory requirements.
  • Manage and optimize processes for data intake, validation, mining, and engineering as well as modelling, visualization, and communication deliverables.
  • Develop use cases and data visualizations. Deliver value to the business from data analysis and document, catalog, profile, cleanse and audit the data.
  • Build, develop and maintain data models, reporting systems, data automation systems, dashboards and performance metrics support that support key business decisions.
  • Lead cross-functional initiatives using advanced data modelling and analysis techniques to discover insights that will guide strategic decisions and uncover optimization opportunities.
  • Provides business and technical expertise for the analytics process, tools, and applications for a business function or business unit.
  • Oversee the design and delivery of reports and insights that analyse business functions and key operations and performance metrics.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree at Second Class Lower division (2:2) and above. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Sciences or Engineering will be an advantage.
  • With a minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience, out of which 2 years should be a similar role within the IT department of a reputable organization preferably Oil & Gas company.
  • Ability to monitor and consistently improve performance in a rapidly changing landscape, with the need to keep abreast of, manage and respond, to ensure operational efficiency, effectiveness, and business continuity. Ability to manage diverging view and goals.

Instrument Engineer, CTM - CTM Assurance

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Tasks

  • To maintain and renew (as required) a portfolio of custody transfer & metering (CTM) critical to plant operations across the LNG value chain (from Gas Suppliers up to Condensate/LNG/LPG loading) thereby assuring quality of gas supplies and Condensate/LNG/LPG sold to customers.

Main Accountabilities

  • Carry out gas suppliers metering facilities’ validation as per PG annual plan in line with Gas Supply Agreements (GSA) and follow-up on action plans to facilitate fiscal integrity.
  • Perform periodic inspections and adequate maintenance execution (ME) in line with Gas-GAME (Gas-Global Asset Maintenance Excellence) on all instrumentation installed on all export metering facilities on-site to ensure quality/on-spec Condensate/LPG/LNG.
  • Maintain excellent record keeping and documentation on custody transfer & metering (CTM) systems and ensure the integrity of all relevant drawings and diagrams, assuring plant integrity.
  • Identify the need for new spare parts and carry out periodic stock review of custody transfer & metering, Fire, Gas and Smoke detection and quality measuring instrument systems to ensure cost effectiveness of long-term budget proposals.
  • Provide technical input to maintenance/engineering/obsolescence strategies and propose applicable upgrades to existing systems to continuously improve on performance for sustained system reliability.
  • Manage workflow 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 to ensure compliance with ISO 9001:2000 and Company Quality Management System (QMS).
  • Plan and schedule maintenance tasks to ensure that preventive maintenance is executed as per schedule and back-logs are kept below agreed target to assure system reliability and availability
  • 8. Provide technical support to senior instrument engineer (CTM) and contribute to specialist training development and competency development program peculiar to CTM thereby assuring Assessment & Progression (A&P) scheme’s objectives.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Sciences (Electronics/Electrical, Instrumentation, Control or Mechanical) at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 3 years post-graduation work experience in instrumentation (including analytical systems and CTM) in the Oil and Gas industry, with at least 2 years in similar function in an LNG plant or in a petrochemical company or in the Oil & Gas industry.

Senior Discipline Plant Engineer

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Tasks

  • To provide Process Control support to Production Unit A/B/C for Area A to maximise plant safety, reliability, efficiency, and capacity and ensure technical integrity and process safety.

Main Accountabilities

  • To deliver frontline Process Control support and the delivery of frontline/ day to day Process Control support and application for the Production unit in base layer Process Control, Advanced Process Control (APC), safeguarding strategies, and turbo-machinery control to achieve production unit business objectives and goals. To identify activities with longer term implications/scope, activities requiring more detail support / evaluation, or activities with wider scope/application and escalate those the Production support team for resolution and action.
  • To provide Process Control support for the production unit in Asset Management Systems (AMS) modules including Ensure Safe Production (ESP), Pro-active Technical Monitoring (PTM), Managing Threats and Opportunities (MTO), to ensure production unit integrity, reliability and safety targets are achieved.
  • To provide Process Control support for the production unit in Asset Management  Systems (AMS) modules including Ensure Safe Production (ESP), Pro-active Technical Monitoring (PTM), Managing Threats and Opportunities (MTO), to ensure production unit integrity, reliability and safety targets are achieved.
  • To utilise best Process Control best practices for all Process Control deliverables and activities. To ensure that advice to operations is documented including expected and realized economic impact to maintain the operating window to ensure safe and sustainable plant operations. To follow procedures to carry out work safely and consistently.
  • To develop self by identifying and actively seeking coaching, mentoring opportunities and ensure adherence to the individual development plans to achieve development objectives.
  • To support technological adoption and implementation in Process Control for the production unit to achieve value for NLNG.
  • To collaborate with the Production Support team to review unit activities and operations including control system performance and develop strategies to continuously improve and achieve production unit business objectives and goals.
  • To demonstrate HSSE Leadership and champion Production Risks and Process   Safety accountabilities to safely operate and manage production facilities and service contracts. Drive the review of and learnings from proactive observations and incidents.

Requirements

  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation experience of which a minimum of 3 years should have been spent as a Process control specialist in the Oil and Gas industry.
  • Experience with modern DCS systems, safeguarding systems, turbomachinery control, base layer control, and APC.

Senior Rotg Equip Engineer - Util, S&L, LPG & LHU

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Tasks

  • To provide all-inclusive technical assurance and support, ensuring that the technical integrity of rotating equipment asset in Utilities, LHU, LPG and S&L areas is adequately safeguarded.
  • To develop, enforce and optimise maintenance and operating strategies / standards especially on the Gas Turbines Generators to improve rotating equipment reliability and availability.
  • To Coach and develop future Specialist Rotating Equipment Engineers.

Main Accountabilities

  • Provide risk advice and verify the integrity and performance of the Rotating Equipment in Areas A/B/C to meet company objectives for plant integrity and availability. Recommend solutions to correct underperformance and improve reliability of rotating equipment to ensure safe and effective operations.
  • 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
  • Coordinate the scope development and execution of scheduled inspections of Gas Turbines and Main Compression Trains to achieve safe and optimized outage duration without rework and under agreed premise and scope.
  • In conjunction with relevant OEMs, TA, and other sites, provide appropriate advice on all aspects of rotating equipment including, operation, maintenance, overhaul, materials, corrosion, mechanical engineering, and inspection technology. This is to ensure compliance to best engineering practices.
  • Update and harmonize the maintenance philosophies applied to the rotating equipment across Areas A/B/C. Define and maintain the rotating equipment 10-year plan, a key input into the Site Activity Plan. Liaise with rotating equipment OEMs for the troubleshooting, inspection, maintenance and spare parts procurement for all Gas Turbines, Compressors and other rotating equipment including auxiliaries in assigned area.
  • Decide min/max level for rotating equipment spares and coordinate with PAA/B/C and PMA/B/C and CPM focal points to ensure timely availability of spares to minimize expensive emergency purchases and equipment out of service periods which may have impact on the overall Business Planning and Company objective of sustainable LNG Production
  • Participate in the investigation of plant trips, equipment failures and root cause analysis on Rotating Equipment to find lasting solutions that prevent loss of LNG production and revenue.
  • Set-up and administer Call-off Contracts for specialist Rotating Equipment repair and overhaul services in assigned area and others as may be assigned. Assist in the administration of contracts for rotating equipment and Contractual Services Agreement.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized tertiary institution at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience in a petrochemical plant, 2 years of which must have been spent in a senior engineering position in rotating or mechanical equipment on an LNG plant. Candidate must be a certified TA-3 in discipline to apply for this role.

Interface Engineer

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  • To provide process & utilities integration input into Plant and Expansion projects, with the aim to maximize overall plant safety, reliability, efficiency, capacity and ensure process technical safety on an economically justifiable basis.
  • To coordinate the process & utilities technological support and to ensure cooperation in design, scheduling & planning, implementation and commissioning of new Plant projects and Third-Party projects to achieve seamless integration and ensure they meet NLNG standards.

Main Accountabilities

  • Provide timely and pro-active technology supports for integration of projects covering Masterplans for process, utility, plot layout, product evacuation and gas supply. Reviews and audits with respect to consistency and integrity at the interfaces. Development studies with various SMEs for growth projects. Review, ensure and maintain quality of a critical process safety document Process Engineering Flow Schemes (PEFS.) Plant modifications related to the project interfaces prior to Management approval to ensure operational integrity of the process plant.
  • Review of all technical integration input for process and utilities projects, including quality control of deliverables, whilst meeting process technical safety assurance, to ensure the quality and technical integrity of new installations by maintaining minimum required codes; applying requisite design criteria and standards as prescribed by NLNG /Shell DEP and best practice in the industry; and applying strategies that aim for minimum life cycle costs.
  • Provide process & utilities technological support to assure the quality of in-house process technical safety risk assessments as applied by TA in the execution and quality assurance of utilities and process technical safety reviews (HAZOP, PSSR, etc) for plant changes and third-party projects integration, ESP, AI-PSM and Bow-tie development in conjunction with the other discipline NLNG Technical Authorities (TAs).
  • Provide process engineering support to achieve maximum profit for NLNG through evaluating energy efficiency, production capacity, and process reliability of new plant projects, expansion projects and Third-Party Projects.
  • Review vendor documentation to ensure compliance with requisite standards, codes, and regulations for integration within the project design. Provide input for equipment selection and integration, implement best practices for integration of equipment within a modularisation philosophy including inspection/commissioning/testing related to commissioning, start up and integration of new facilities.
  • Demonstrate HSSE Leadership, champion Production Risks and Process Safety accountabilities in implementation, execution, and management of process & utilities integration support with new plant projects, growth projects and Third-Party Projects. Drive the review of and learnings from proactive observations and incidents.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering or any other Engineering / Science discipline at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 3 years post-graduation work experience with at least 2 years Process Engineering experience or in similar role in the Oil and Gas industry.

Senior Rotating Equipment Engineer - Process T4-6 Area E

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Tasks

  • To provide technical assurance and support, ensuring that the technical integrity of rotating equipment asset in LNG Trains 4-6 is adequately safeguarded.
  • To develop, enforce and optimise maintenance and operating strategies / standards especially on the Main Refrigerant Compression Trains to improve rotating equipment reliability and availability.

Main Accountabilities

  • Carry out checks to verify the integrity and performance of the Rotating Equipment in LNG Trains 4 – 6 to meet company objectives for plant integrity and availability. Recommend solutions to correct under performance and improve reliability of rotating equipment to ensure safe and effective operations. Contribute to in the investigation of LNG Trains 4 – 6 trips. Carry out equipment failures and root cause analysis on Rotating Equipment to eliminate bad actors and un-reliability.
  • 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.
  • Participate in the planning and execution of scheduled inspections of Gas Turbines and Main Refrigerant Compression Trains to achieve safe and optimized outage duration without rework and under agreed premise and scope.
  • Provide Rotating Equipment technical assistance to the operations and maintenance departments. Initiate and review Operations and Maintenance procedures for Rotating Equipment to ensure compliance to best engineering practices.
  • Coordinate the Plants Equipment condition and Performance Monitoring Programmes for assigned area and participate in S-RCM studies to develop strategies for risk and reliability management.
  • Review rotating equipment spares and advises PEM and CPM focal points to ensure timely availability of spares to minimize expensive emergency purchases and equipment out of service periods which may have impact on the objective of sustainable LNG Production.
  • Initiate Plant Changes to optimize operation and reliability of the Rotating Equipment portfolio to bring about continuous improvement.
  • Providing QA services and advice to the Workshop and Maintenance departments as well as external repair shops regarding rotating equipment overhaul and repairs, to guarantee compliance relevant industry standards and DEP.

Requirements

  • B.Eng. or B. Sc. Degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized tertiary institution and 2nd Class Lower and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience in a petrochemical plant, 5 years of which must have been spent in a Senior Engineering position in rotating or mechanical equipment on a LNG plant.
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Project Engineer - Cluster I / Cluster II

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Tasks

  • To manage and execute multiple small to medium complexity Capex Infrastructure project development requests in accordance with NLNG’s approved project management procedure, ensuring HSE, quality, schedule and budget standards are met in a controlled, transparent, and auditable manner.

Main Accountabilities

  • Develop the strategic value identification (Pre-FID) and value realisation (Post FID) processes of allocated projects in accordance with the NLNG approved project management procedures ensuring proper authorization from the assess phase to the close-out stage to achieve project delivery within the approved scope, budget, and schedule.
  • Develop contracting and procurement strategies and manage all associated contracts for the allocated small to medium projects to ensure contract key performance indicators (KPIs) are met.
  • Develop project risk management plans and effective mitigation strategies to evaluate risks (both upside and downside) associated with implementing specific small to medium projects.
  • Execute effective project controls (scope, schedule, budget, and quality) and produce timely project progress reports for all allocated small to medium projects for effective stakeholder management.
  • Develop and provide client with commissioning and start up plans, spare part recommendations, training requirements, start-up assistance for specialised equipment, etc. and manage project hand over to the business owner or Asset Holder.
  • Implement timely close out of completed projects by verifying all commitments are cleared with Finance against the approved budget and that as-built drawings / documentation are loaded into NLNG’s document management systems. Generate project performance post implementation. review and document lessons learnt for improved projects delivery.
  • Adhere to the project quality management system throughout the project lifecycle and utilize approved NLNG procedures, standards, and specifications as well as relevant Design Engineering Practices (DEPs) to achieve quality delivery of projects.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering or any relevant Engineering discipline at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 3 years post-graduation work experience, out of which minimum of 2 years should be in Project Engineering/ Design/ Construction activities or in similar job in the Oil and Gas industry.

Senior Electrical Engineer - HVAC & Lightin

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Tasks

  • To provide safety leadership, coordination, and supervision to Heating, Ventilation & Airconditioning (HVAC) installations and maintenance in NLNG non-plant Areas, and maintenance of Light and light fittings across non plant facilities to ensure safe and reliable LNG production.

Main Accountabilities

  • Execute and manage all company’s non-plant HVAC and Lighting installations in line with Company HSE Goal Zero requirements to ensure safe and reliable operations.
  • Monitor compliance to plans, highlight and drive improvement opportunities, ensuring HVAC and lighting maintenance contractors for non-plant areas are well equipped to support all routine and breakdown maintenance activities, and ensure HVAC equipment and lighting database is kept up to date in line with industry’s best practices.
  • Drive compliance with maintenance methodologies, matching installation, and OEM
  • specifications with specific reference to Area Classification and Atmospheres Explosible (ATEX) requirements for all non-plant located HVAC equipment and adhering to proper Management of Change (MOC) where required to ensure safe service provision.
  • Lead troubleshooting of faults and interpreting of vendor documents and equipment
  • specifications necessary for maintenance and operation of all non-plant chiller installations, and other related equipment in a safe manner to meet NLNG safety and employee proposition targets.
  • Provide review inputs and drive compliance with procedures, work instructions & inspection sheets required to perform day to day maintenance, aid investigation of reoccurring problems and resolve design flaws for improved reliability and availability of the non-plant HVAC systems.
  • Participate in the development of non-plant HVAC obsolescence and master plan development processes required in compliance with environmental legislations dealing with Ozone depletion substances/gases used in HVAC systems to ensure reduction in OPEX costs and compliance with international regulations and standards.
  • Develop a framework for HVAC contractor competence evaluation and drive compliance with
  • NLNG mode 1 contractor’s safe work practices to improve competency and skill of the HVAC contractors’ staff HSE performance in support of the Goal Zero HSE target.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above. Additionally, HVAC plus any professional qualifications e.g., ASHRAE.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience in HVAC maintenance engineering, with at least 3 years’ experience in operation and maintenance preferably in an LNG, Petrochemical plant, or an Oil & Gas Company, with proven experience in design and fault finding on such systems.

Senior Lab Analyst

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Tasks

  • To assist with the supervision and implementation of routine and non- routine laboratory testing services for water and environmental samples including calibration, analytical equipment operation, development, and maintenance activities to provide optimal support to NLNG production facilities and Asset to achieve compliance to contractual agreements, international standards, statutory regulations, and industry best practices.

Main Accountabilities

  •  Assist to coordinate the day-to-day analytical operations and resources utilization of the laboratory water section to ensure reliable analytical support including analysis and determination of the physico-chemical properties of collected samples using applicable laboratory techniques to deliver laboratory service targets.
  • Assist to coordinate and monitor the quality control and quality assurance processes to ensure compliance within approved validated operating limits to minimize non-conforming analytical works; maintain asset integrity and personnel safety in line with HSE considerations to prevent HSE incidents and accidents.
  • Assist to ensure the utilization of approved laboratory procedures, validated test methods and equipment to ensure performance within approved operating parameters and limits according to ASTM D6299 guidelines for continued compliance to ISO 17025 requirements for continued maintenance of the laboratory accreditation.
  • Assist with coordination of water section laboratory analysts to safely and reliably provide timely response with non-routine operational requests to manage plant process changes and upsets to prevent production losses.
  • Assist to coordinate and monitor the provision of analytical support for plant effluent discharges to recipient body water and environmental monitoring samples in compliance to regulatory specifications to secure and maintain license to operate.
  • Ensure water section laboratory analyzers are operated within the prescribed limits, identify performance gaps for required maintenance/preventative corrections and obsolescence equipment management including daily housekeeping tasks, waste management, chemicals and materials handling with adherence to industry best practices to achieve quantity and quality production targets in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Assist in the implementation of on-the-job training of laboratory analysts according to the A&P competence development framework to enhance improvement in their overall performance on the job.
  • Assist in the implementation of non-standard test methods, introduction of new analytical technology and contributions to the laboratory budget preparation to ensure continuous improvements of the operation and services to customers.

Requirements

  • HND in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related disciplines with minimum of 4 years post qualification experience as an Analyst in the oil and gas industry.

Senior Counsel - Technical & Projects

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Tasks

  • To provide legal support (negotiations, documentation, drafting, conflict resolution, stakeholder management etc.) and advise to the technical functions in the Company in respect of all matters pertaining or incidental to the conduct of their respective operations in line with all applicable legislations and regulations, with a view to effectively anticipating and mitigating legal risk exposure to the Company.

Main Accountabilities

  • Provide legal advice and support to the Project Delivery, Corporate Engineering, Technical Interfaces and Digital & Innovation functions under the Technical Division of the Company, with a view to protecting NLNG interests and preserving and optimizing value.
  • Provide legal advice and support for all physical infrastructure projects outside Bonny Island to responsible NLNG business units, ensuring conformity with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements and the mitigation of all identified legal risks.
  • Provide legal advice and support for all growth and expansion projects/initiatives and related activities, ensuring favourable terms that enhance profitability of any investments for NLNG.
  • Provide legal advice and support to the relevant functions in NLNG, in respect of identifying, protecting, and optimizing the Company’s own intellectual property and proprietary information and continually educating employees on their responsibilities in relation to such matters with a view to ensuring and preserving long term value.
  • Provide legal advice and support in relation to contract development, contractor variation and claims, negotiation, and dispute mediation activities, as well as contract administration/management, with a view to protecting NLNG’s interest, eliminating avoidable loss and maximizing accruable value.
  • Provide legal advice to the Estate Services function, managing the interface, mediation and resolution of disputes relating to terms and conditions of use of corporate facilities, shared resources, and related facilities provided by Company to NLNG and Contractor personnel and 3rd parties amicably with a view to achieving equitable results and zero loss of value.
  • Provide legal advice to NLNG Management and internal customers as required, to identify and anticipate legal risks arising from business and operational activities.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Law (LL. B, B. L) at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-Call to Bar work experience, out of which at least 3 years should have been spent in active litigation in a reputable law firm or as counsel in a legal function in an oil and gas organization.

Principal Lab Analyst

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Tasks

  • To support the supervision and implementation of routine and non-routine laboratory testing services for the oil & gas section including calibration, analytical equipment operation, development, and maintenance activities
  • To provide optimal support to NLNG production facilities and Asset to achieve compliance to contractual agreements, international standards, statutory regulations and industry best practices.

Main Accountabilities

  • Coordinate and manage the day-to-day analytical operations and resources utilization of the oil & gas laboratory section to ensure reliable analytical support including analysis and determination of the physico-chemical properties of collected samples using applicable laboratory techniques to deliver laboratory service targets.
  • Coordinate and monitor the quality control and quality assurance processes to ensure
  • compliance within approved validated operating limits to minimize non-conforming analytical works; maintain asset integrity and personnel safety in line with HSE considerations to prevent HSE incidents and accidents.
  • Responsible for the utilization of approved laboratory procedures, validated test methods and equipment to ensure performance within approved operating parameters and limits according to ASTM D6299 guidelines for continued compliance to ISO 17025 requirements for continued maintenance of the laboratory accreditation.
  • Coordinate oil & gas laboratory analysts to safely and reliably provide timely response with non-routine operational requests to manage plant process changes and upsets to prevent production losses.
  • Coordinate and monitor the provision of analytical support for custody transfer of LNG, LPG and Condensate products including third party surveyors during to assure the quality of loaded cargoes in compliance with contractual sales agreements to optimize returns for NLNG.
  • Assist and coordinate to identify performance gaps of oil & gas laboratory test equipment to initiate maintenance or investment proposals for obsolescence equipment management, resource allocation and contribute to budget preparation to ensure continuous improvements of the operation and services of the laboratory to customers.
  • Assist, monitor and implement on the job training of oil & gas laboratory analysts according to the A&P competence development framework to enhance improvement in their overall performance on the job.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of non-standard test methods and introduction of new analytical technology into the laboratory.

Requirements

  • HND in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related disciplines with minimum of 7 years post qualification experience, with 3-5 years as Senior Laboratory Analyst in the oil and gas industry.

Lead Process Engineer - Area B & C

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To coordinate and provide Process Control expertise to Production units A/B/C for areas B & C to maximise plant safety, reliability, efficiency, and capacity and ensure process technical safety.
  • To interface with Production support and integrate Process Control and Process Technology advice to provide the most optimized solutions to operate Area B & C.

Main Accountabilities

  • Execute day-to-day activities related to areas B&C as defined by Asset Management Systems (AMS) modules including Ensure Safe Production (ESP), Pro-active Technical Monitoring (PTM) reports, Asset Integrity- Process Safety Management, participate in process Technical Safety Assurance (TSA) as TA3 and compliance reviews.
  • Ensure quality in the day-to-day support to operations, including quality control of deliverables and ensure that advice to operations is documented, including impact to maintain safe and sustainable plant operations.
  • Provide necessary support to process technology in executing the long-term program of process technical safety reviews to cover all RAM 5 A/B and high-risk process areas.
  • Responsible NLNG asset B&C principal process engineer (TA3) to assure technical integrity of installations by monitoring and supporting operations day-to-day to maintain minimum required design and engineering standards as defined by the process technical safety reviews (HAZOP, PSSR, etc) for plant changes, third party projects integration, ESP and AI-PSM, in conjunction with the other discipline / process technology TA3s.
  • Demonstrate HSSE Leadership and Process Safety accountabilities to safely operate and manage production facilities.
  • Execute the guidelines and directions provided by process technology support to achieve maximum profit of NLNG through energy efficiency, maximizing production capacity, and minimizing trip frequency.
  • Execute the guidelines and directions provided by process technology support to reduce environmental impact of NLNG operation to minimize flaring, optimize fuel consumption and minimize waste generation.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering or other Engineering / Science disciplines at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 8 years post-graduation work experience in Operations and Technology assignments in the Oil & Gas industry. At least 3 years should have been spent in a similar position in the Oil and Gas industry.
  • Ability to interfaces with Engineering, Assets, Operations, Maintenance, Technology and HSE are critical. Technical Authority (TA3) Certified in Process Engineering/Process Technology.

HSE Advisor

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Description & Requirements:

Task

  • To support the operationalization of an effective level 1 HSE Management System &risk controls and provide HSE support/advise to NLNG’s Shipping business in the implementation of Integrated Safe Systems of Work (ISSoW) at the coal face level to ensure safe operation and no harm to people.

Main Accountabilities

  • Ensure the implementation of Integrated Safe System of Work (JHA, TBT, LOTO, CSE, Unsafe Acts Auditing HSEW, PSFO, etc) in Shipping business to entrench best practice HSE culture, save lives and prevent major accidents the Shipping operations.
  • Support the operationalization of an OHSAS 18001 and HSSE Control Framework compliant level-1 HSE Management System (HSE-MS) and HSE Case in Shipping operations to ensure that a consistent and standardized approach is applied across the Shipping business in achieving personal safety and environmental objectives.
  • Facilitate the implementation of HSE tools and techniques at the Shipping activity frontline and consistently manage Personal Safety Risks to As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP), preventing harm to personnel.
  • Support the Shipping Business in Safety and Technical Reviews such as HAZOP, SAFOP, FIREPRAN, FSR, to robustness of HSE risk management at the frontline, thus helping to prevent harm to people, damage to assets or environment.
  • Provide necessary data for HSE Performance Monitoring and Reporting for NLNG’s Shipping business to provide Shipping Management insight into prevailing HSE issues, enabling them prioritize and direct focused improvement actions.
  • Support Shipping business in providing required HSE oversight during the execution phase of all activities in the shipping operations, and also contracts in line with applicable Contractor HSE Management Standards, ensuring full understanding of contracts execution HSE requirements at the frontline as may be required to deliver Shipping Business’ contracted activities safely and without harm to people, damage to the assets or environment.
  • Provide facilitation support to NLNG Shipping operations significant HSE incident owners, ensuring incidents are reported and investigated in line with approved procedure, learnings approved, actioned and disseminated appropriately to prevent re-occurrence or similar situations from leading to personnel injury, damage to assets and environment in the future.
  • Facilitate Hazards identification awareness campaigns and strategy to ensure the entrenchment of acceptable HSE culture among the Shipping Business back office and coalface personnel.

Requirements

  • A Bachelor’s Degree preferably in Engineering, Sciences or Physical Sciences; OR Minimum of Class 2 (Deck Officer) certificate of competency.
  • Minimum of 3 years post graduate work experience, out of which a minimum of 2 years should have been spent in a similar position in a reputable organization preferably in the Oil & Gas industry; OR Minimum of 3 years’ experience serving as Chief Officer onboard Oil and/or Gas Tanker.

Senior Laboratory Analyst

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To assist with the supervision and implementation of routine and non- routine laboratory testing services for water and environmental samples including calibration, analytical equipment operation, development, and maintenance activities to provide optimal support to NLNG production facilities and Asset to achieve compliance to contractual agreements, international standards, statutory regulations, and industry best practices.

Main Accountabilities

  • Assist to coordinate the day-to-day analytical operations and resources utilization of the laboratory water section to ensure reliable analytical support including analysis and determination of the physico-chemical properties of collected samples using applicable laboratory techniques to deliver laboratory service targets.
  • Assist to coordinate and monitor the quality control and quality assurance processes to ensure compliance within approved validated operating limits to minimize non-conforming analytical works; maintain asset integrity and personnel safety in line with HSE considerations to prevent HSE incidents and accidents.
  • Assist to ensure the utilization of approved laboratory procedures, validated test methods and equipment to ensure performance within approved operating parameters and limits according to ASTM D6299 guidelines for continued compliance to ISO 17025 requirements for continued maintenance of the laboratory accreditation.
  • Assist with coordination of water section laboratory analysts to safely and reliably provide timely response with non-routine operational requests to manage plant process changes and upsets to prevent production losses.
  • Assist to coordinate and monitor the provision of analytical support for plant effluent discharges to recipient body water and environmental monitoring samples in compliance to regulatory specifications to secure and maintain license to operate.
  • Ensure water section laboratory analyzers are operated within the prescribed limits, identify performance gaps for required maintenance/preventative corrections and obsolescence equipment management including daily housekeeping tasks, waste management, chemicals and materials handling with adherence to industry best practices to achieve quantity and quality production targets in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Assist in the implementation of on-the-job training of laboratory analysts according to the A&P competence development framework to enhance improvement in their overall performance on the job.
  • Assist in the implementation of non-standard test methods, introduction of new analytical technology and contributions to the laboratory budget preparation to ensure continuous improvements of the operation and services to customers.

Requirements

  • HND in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related disciplines with minimum of 4 years post qualification experience as an Analyst in the oil and gas industry.

Charter Admin Advisor

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Task

  • To establish policies and procedures to ensure high operational standards, efficient utilization of BGT fleet vessels in other to achieve compliance with BGT operational KPI and international safety standards.

Main Accountabilities

  • Assist with the development, preparation, maintenance and adherence to operational policies, procedures, and work instructions for the BGT Fleet. Assist with the development and preparation of operational procedures, guidelines, and work instructions.
  • Monitor and assist with the management of operational HSE matters for the BGT fleet including participation in investigations, preparation of HSE related reports, co-ordination, and management of audit activities (schedules, actions, and closure of action items) both internal and external for the NLNG Ship Management.
  • Participate in the preparation of weekly & Monthly Management, Bank, Board, and other Operational reports within the agreed schedule. Assist the Fleet Administrator to develop and maintain appropriate business and contingency plans in conjunction with other NLNG departments and ship managers.
  • Monitor and review actions in respect of BGT Fleet insurance claims (P & I and H & M) and further ensure that BGT vessel incident data base is maintained up to date and that incidents are recorded, actioned, and closed out in a timely manner.

Requirements

  • Master Mariner Certificate of Competency (Class 1) Or Bachelor’s Degree in Shipping / Maritime Studies, Law or Social Sciences at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation experience out of which 3 years is served in a senior officer category on LNG/LPG carriers including 2 years shore experience in an integrated Shipping/Oil/Gas company

Senior Process Control Engineer - Area A

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To provide Process Control expertise to Production Units A/B/C for Area A to maximise plant safety, reliability, efficiency, and capacity and ensure technical integrity and process safety.

Main Accountabilities

  • To deliver frontline Process Control support and the delivery of frontline/ day to day Process Control support and application for the Production unit in base layer Process Control, Advanced Process Control (APC), safeguarding strategies, and turbo-machinery control to achieve production unit business objectives and goals. 
  • To identify activities with longer term implications/scope, activities requiring more detail support / evaluation, or activities with wider scope/application and escalate those the Production support team for resolution and action.
  • To provide Process Control support for the production unit in Asset Management Systems (AMS) modules including Ensure Safe Production (ESP), Pro-active Technical Monitoring (PTM), Managing Threats and Opportunities (MTO), to ensure production unit integrity, reliability and safety targets are achieved.
  • To utilise best Process Control best practices for all Process Control deliverables and activities. To ensure that advice to operations is documented; including expected and realized economic impact to maintain the operating window to ensure safe and sustainable plant operations. To follow procedures to carry out work safely and consistently.
  • To help develop, Process Control engineers by identifying and managing competency gaps, coaching, mentoring, and assuring performance standards to achieve development objectives. To develop self by seeking opportunities for improvement and ensure adherence to the individual development plans.
  • To support technological adoption and implementation in Process Control for the production unit to achieve value for NLNG.
  • To collaborate with the Production Support team to review unit activities and operations including control system performance and develop strategies to continuously improve and achieve production unit business objectives and goals.
  • To demonstrate HSSE Leadership and champion Production Risks and Process Safety accountabilities to safely operate and manage production facilities and service contracts. Drive the review of and learnings from proactive observations and incidents.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, Physics or Process Control at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience, out of which a minimum of 3 years should have spent as a Process Control Engineer in the Oil and Gas industry. Experience with modern DCS systems, safeguarding systems, turbomachinery control, base layer control.

Lead Refit Engineer

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To manage and promote the highest achievable maintenance standards, ensure availability and reliability of BGT fleet. Also, initiate and manage repair programs and management of critical equipment on board BGT fleet.

Main Accountabilities

  • Develop and implement strategy to promulgate efficient maintenance and repair of BGT vessels in accordance with industry best practices, in other to ensure reliability and availability of BGT vessels to support NLNG production capacity.
  • Oversee and manage technical issues on all BGT vessels and provide technical advice to management and fleet managers on best maintenance strategy or systems to adopt.
  • Schedule and implement robust ship visit program to identify and control technical and HSE related issues before they develop into incidents or nonconformance’s that may impact on the performance of the fleet.
  • Plan, execute and attend dry docking of all BGT vessels to ensure quality maintenance of the vessels in line with approved specification, including liaison with Fleet managers in the preparation scope review of material requisition (MR) for adequacy and in the most cost-effective way.
  • Collate and maintain refit history in terms of scope and cost, critical spare management record and ensure procurement of long lead items in other to minimize unavailability of BGT vessels.
  • Participate in the development, selection, and periodic review of approved shipyards for the dry docking of BGT vessels. Ensure maintenance of HSE standards of selected yards, competence of yard to carry out refit and advise management of the best in terms of safety, cost, and value.
  • Develop and implement safety campaigns and programs to improve the technical competence of shipboard officers and ensure adequate training of officers on latest technologies including knowledge sharing and retention programs.

Requirements

  • Chief Engineer Certificate of Competency (Class 1) in Marine Engineering or B.Sc Degree equivalent in Marine Engineering field at Second Class Lower Division (2:2) and above.
  • With a minimum 8 years post-graduation work experience out of which 5 years is served in a senior officer category on LNG/LPG carriers including 2 years shore experience in an integrated Shipping/Oil/Gas company.
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Senior Security Advisor - Operations

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To ensure implementation of security strategies which will result in minimal risks to NLNG assets, manage security systems and infrastructure in the IA and RA and maintain an interface with security processes in shipping operations and the port facility.
  • Oversee the overall operations of security and ensuring adequate protection of people, assets, and non-interruption of production in the Industrial Area.

Main Accountabilities

  • Responsible for Access control into IA & RA, and developing, overseeing and continuously reviewing the access control strategy for the IA and RA in line with the prevailing security assessment.
  • Conduct and review security risk assessment for the industrial area (IA) facilities in Bonny and interfaces as part of the security management system.
  • Formulate security strategies to manage risks and oversee the implementation procedures and guidelines for the Industrial and Residential Area operations. Ensure continuous enabling environment for production activities.
  • Oversee operations of the Visitor Centre and ID Card Operations.
  • Coordinate and act as interface for all security infrastructure and system projects.
  • Ensure alignment and maintain crucial links/interface between security systems and information security function.
  • Carry out HSSE Critical Activities as defined in the relevant bowties to ensure the effectiveness of control barriers.
  • Maintain liaison with the local government security agencies (NPF, SSS, NDLEA, Customs, Port Health and Immigration), as well as security depts. of sister companies in monitoring the general security situation especially as it affects Bonny community, and the waterway.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in any of the Social Sciences or Arts, at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years post-graduation work experience with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in similar role in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company.
  • Relevant Professional certifications are an added advantage.

Senior IT Security, Risk Management & Control Technical

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • Provide Information Security services by review of new technologies, definition of security configuration, performance of vulnerability assessments, response to and resolution of security incidents, and communication of information technology security risk, thus ensuring that the organization maintains prescribed Information Technology standards.
  • Lead investigations on information security incidents in all NLNG IT Environments including NLNG Plant Control Domain (PCD), follow-up on learning’s from incidents and report findings to the NLNG IT Security Incident Management Committee
  • Lead the review, assessment and sign-off security requirements for all IT projects and major changes in existing IT environments. Participate in the IT Architecture Review Board to ensure that IT Solutions delivered with Projects are in line with the Reference Architectures and are fit for use /fit for purpose. Provide IT Security assurance on assigned IT projects and conduct Business Impact Analysis (BIA) for those assigned projects
  • Adopt and apply IT Security Standards for  security assessments and validation in  the processes of  database design, servers, desktop, network, application development and other IT systems  to ensure that these solutions security configurations complies with these standards.
  • Adopt and apply the standard IT Risk Management standards, tools and techniques to accurately manage all IT Risks that cover the whole threat and vulnerability landscape of NLNG IT Environment and develop IT Risk Visuals for Management team review.
  • Coordinate the conduct of Business Impact Analysis (BIA) for all  IT as agreed in the BIA for IT Services. Maintain the IT disaster recovery services. Implement the necessary IT controls in NLNG IT Environments including PCD that will guarantee the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of NLNG Data in line with the NLNG Management commitment plan in support of corporate NLNG Business continuity
  • Participate in all PCD Systems project security assessments, Cyber Security control activities and serve as an interface for the alignment of the IT Security policies/standards with the Process Control Domain (PCD) Security policies/standards.
  • Implement and conducts periodic vulnerability assessment of Company assets, existing IT systems and new systems before go-live. Participate in design of information system contingency plans that maintain appropriate levels of protection and meet time requirements for minimizing disruptions to operation
  • Manage access controls for IT systems by agreeing, documenting, monitoring, reporting, enforcing appropriate restriction and preventing abuse of user access control for IT systems within the company’s computing environment. Provide expert technical advice and guidance to management and other technical specialists on critical information security issues.

Requirements

  • A University Degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Information Management or related field; a professional certification, such as a CISSP, CRISC or other Information Security credentials, will be advantage.
  • 5 to 7 years post graduate experience, out of which 2 years should have been spent in a similar position preferably an Oil & Gas company.

Senior Security Advisor - Operations

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • To ensure a safe and secure environment with minimal risks to company and material assets at the Port Harcourt locations through the implementation of security strategies and policies.
  • Accountable for supervising security operations in the head office location i.e., service delivery through third parties (contractors and spy police formation) and direct journey management/escort provision implementation to ensure appropriate risk mitigation for company movements.
  • Oversees security activities in the Lagos office
  • Design and review the Security Management System to match current risk levels; consider and review all aspects of Industrial Security and propose improvements in procedures, facilities, and equipment to secure Company assets in line with industry best practice.

Main Accountabilities

  • Develop and implement functional security strategies, identify processes and procedures in line with security policy and oversee attainment of set KPIs for their effective management and review.
  • Lead the identification of security contracting strategies, contract management compliance.
  • Develop contractor security guidelines and lead the identification of security products and services”.
  • Design and implement physical and technical security solutions for the Head Office location.
  • Lead functional business performance reviews, conduct periodical reviews, security risk assessment for company assets and interests in the Port Harcourt Environs as part of the security management system.
  • Design and implement business assurance strategies, and act as focal point for audits and HSSE.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in any of the Social Sciences or Arts at Second Class Lower Division (2:2) and above.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ post-graduation work experience with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in similar role in a reputable organization, preferably an Oil & Gas company.
  • Relevant Professional certifications are an added advantage.

Cost Analyst - Production

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Description & Requirements:

Tasks

  • Support Line Managers and Budget focal persons to prepare annual budgets and provide periodic budget performance/cost targets reporting to management.
  • Provide front-end financial advisory support to Line Managers in all departments in Production Division and Shipping Governance towards the preparation of departmental budgets monitor existing commitments review/booking of accrual proposals and ensure adherence to budgetary control limits in the creation of new commitments to adequately report on budget performance periodically to stakeholders.

Main Accountabilities

  • Annual Budgets: Collaborate with departmental budget focal persons/budget holders to develop annual budgets/forecasts for each department that quantifies input resources required to efficiently achieve the business plan for review company stakeholders. Ensure that such budget proposals comply with approved budget guidelines and tranche categorisation and is submitted within the set process timelines. Ensure the delegated budget is accurately loaded in SAP.
  • Budget Performance Reporting: Responsibility for preparing periodic budget performance reports to enable Line Managers and other stakeholders track progress against the approved or delegated budgets. Ensure Line Managers are adequately briefed on performance and coordinate to ensure presence of Line Managers in Executive Management challenge sessions.
  • Budgetary Control: Responsible for ensuring all proposed expenditure from SAP commitments are vetted against the appropriate approved or delegated budget elements and drive compliance to Executive Management delegated budget by rejecting commitment proposals that exceed the balance of the delegated appropriation.
  • Contracting/Procurement: Represent Finance Division in Tender Evaluation Teams (TET) to ensure financial scrutiny of bids in line with established Company processes and procedures. Fully participate in vendor evaluation and contract clarification meetings with CPM.
  • Matching principle/costs capture: work in liaison with Budget Holders to validate Value of Work Done (VOWD) manual accrual proposals, defend manual accrual proposals to the Accrual Review Board (ARB) and ensure system booking of approved/validated accrual proposal to ensure integrity of the accounting matching concept.
  • Adhoc Report: provide Line Managers with adhoc reports as requested to support decision making. Reconciliation: ensure reconciliation of advance payments for specific vendor accounts or other assigned accounts to ascertain refunds and close-out any outstanding.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Economics, or the Social Sciences at Second Class Lower Division (2.2) and above. Professional Accounting (ACA/ACMA/ACCA) qualification is an added advantage.
  • Minimum of 3 years post-graduation work experience, out of which 2 years should have been spent in finance function in a reputable organisation.

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