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The experienced professionals and engineers Shell seeks 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 Vessel Quality Assurance (Pre-Mob & Ops. Compliance) Supervisor in Nigeria. The candidate must have 5 7 years work experience.

Job opening ID: 24

Skill & Experience
  • Preferably a Class 1 and minimum a Class 2 qualification as deck officer or marine engineer.
  • Experienced in all aspects of vessel compliance, inspection and maintenance.
  • Knowledgeable of the Shell HSE-MS system, the ISM system and the ISO 9001 QM system.
  • Knowledgeable of the Stasco Ship Quality Standards and Safe-T, Sire, Marvel, Cobra and OVID databases.
  • Preferably 10 years experience on oil or gas carriers.
  • Experience in E&P operation and marine transport operation is an advantage.
  • Experience in local community management and local vessel operation and maintenance in Nigeria is an advantage.
  • Stress tolerant and be capable to work remotely without direct supervision.
  • Excellent HSE Leadership drive
  • Strong interpersonal skill and communication skills and capable to work with local communities.
  • Proficient in computer application systems (excel. Word, power point).
Roles and responsibilities
  • Execute premob compliance inspections at all Shell Nigeria and third party marine work locations.
  • Single point responsibility for the Quality of all pre-mob verification activities, including verification of HSE-MS in place in marine operations east and west, including Contractor bases.
  • Train, monitor and manage a team of Contractor premob verification inspectors covering all Shell Nigeria and Contractor work locations.
  • Implement an improvement process to reduce the overall Shell and Third Party non-compliant vessels.
  • Based on field experience propose changes to the premob standards and propose improvements in inspection methods.
  • Monitor and maintain database of Shell Nigeria and Third Party premob
  • compliant records in Marvel, Cobra and OVID. Produce reports and analysis.
  • Update the Maritime Safety Standards for Shell Nigeria, if required, update and maintain the procedures, work instruction and guidelines.
  • Assist with development/maintenance of Marine Asset Reference Plan
  • Participate and implement maritime process/value adding drives and business development studies to enhance performance.
  • To develop individual risk registers, top events, critical tasks, and Manuals of permitted Operations for individual maritime operations.
Last date of application
The last date is 31st January, 2013 for submission of application

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