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The experienced professionals and engineers Shell seek will be expected to support daily equipment and facility maintenance, reliability and availability as well as production delivery onshore and offshore.

Shell Nigeria required a full time Head of Fixed Wing Operations in Nigeria. The candidate must have 12 15 years work experience.

Job opening ID: 25

Skill & Experience
Current or former holder of Air Transport Pilot’s Licence (Helicopters) and or Fixed Wing and Instrument Rating, with a minimum of 10 years’ experience as a commercial pilot
Strong understanding of current industry best practice and international aviation requirements
Experience as a training captain, flight safety officer, management pilot or air accident investigator
Experience of negotiating and managing contracts
Experience as an aviation adviser or auditor

Roles and responsibilities
  • Lead SPDC aviation staff and contractors in Lagos,Warri, Port Harcourt, Abuja and regional and national airfield locations to deliver EP “Must Wins” for Logistics
  • Provide safe and efficient fixed wing services and manage SPDC aircraft, airfields and support facilities, in full compliance with national regulations and Shell Group safety and technical standards
  • Ensure that all SPDC aviation staff and contractors strive for “Goal Zero” and commit to obeying the 12 Shell Life Saving Rules
  • Hold and manage the SPDC Executive Jet, Twin otter and chartered airlines contract including shared services in accordance with SEPCiN competence and business requirements
  • Oversee and prioritise fixed wing operations, striving to achieve optimal use of resources-COR
  • Liaise effectively with customers and contractors, identifying task requirements and explaining any limitations due to weather, aircraft resources etc.
  • Liaise with NCAA and other national aviation agencies to maintain appropriate licences and approvals
  • Participate in joint industry initiatives to develop Multilateration, GPS approaches and automatic weather reporting
  • Collaborate with Head of Onshore and Head of Offshore Helicopter Operations to exploit all opportunities for resource sharing, ensuring effective cost recovery
  • Provide timely assistance for emergency medevac and evacuation operations
  • Ensure inspection of aviation facilities in accordance with national and Shell Group requirements
  • Support audit programmes relating to aviation contractors, aviation facilities and assist asset owners in closing out audit actions
  • Provide advice and support during aviation-related incident investigations and remedial action programmes
  • Liaise with SAI on safety, technical and audit matters
  • Maintain comprehensive records of aviation audits, recommendations, incidents, findings, actions and deviations using Fountain and Livelink
  • Provide aviation technical input for national and regional airline performance, new projects and upgrade of existing facilities
  • Hold onshore air services contract meetings at least quarterly and facilitate annual contract BPRs
  • Train Shell Nigerian or regional aviation specialists.
  • Maintain SLA/CTR, chargeback and cross-charge on aircraft sharing on monthly basis
  • Contract Holder for Executive Jet Operations
  • Contract Holder and Manage Twin Otter operations
  • Contract Holder for Fixed Wing Chartered services
  • Liaise with Head of Aviation Safety on Nigerian and Regional Airline performance
  • Deputise for Head of Aviation Safety when required
Last date of application
The last date is 31st January, 2013 for submission of application

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